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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r w w sliiiiHftiflif r- I MiEp p 1THE RICHMOND CLIMAX2 VOLUME 28 JRICEMONfD MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY at 1901 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATIOEHSYS RW MILLER ATToanrrATLiWUI- CHMOKD KMTCCMT f the Burnfl Building next door to liners National Bank tebSlr SULL VAJ1 JA ATTOKNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Stzte Bank Trust Co opposite Court HonBe on Main ttreet J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYRICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery V R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw KKNTOCK- YjfflOflice mcnM08D over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rOffice over Tburman Oiocery CompanyO PHYSICIANS DES GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND oe Ceilint building and o Sec cndSueVLore ATnue a old drugstore y A CHAS C HOOKER p ETERIffARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty rOfllce at table corner First and Water Streets Richmond Kyapr74 H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Pratber Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway KBNTCCKY KicnMOND GW EVANrk1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KENTUCKY RICHMOND DENTAL STTHQEB Dr a t tono OKNTIST OP LotJISVILUK KY MOffice next door to Government Building nlchmSnd Ky Office hours9 to 124 to 4 n0V17lyDr H Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No 1111 Madison Avenue Covlngton Ky wilt be al Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY AUG 14 190r returning every aecond Wednesday each olBlchmonth J1ond Kymlaji lY Practice limited tft the diseases of the eye Our Goods + r9 Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial bB ffi B iim m ID Dll- mmDIDJP fliJa The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have tOsayis we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteAND Gibson1 THE BEST- PAPER Published in the United State for Democrats and for ALL readers ia th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal rThe equal of many dailies and tbenpellorof- all other enilweeklleOr ecUfeaV Iara Wednesday and Saturday IM cepfe a year and you get it for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday Issue ia oeroted to New the Saturday tune to Home Matters A liberal commission to Aitenta Basapte copies cheerfully aent free to all who will Mk for them Write to COUtllC LCfLouisville ir nr SPECIAL AURANOKMKNT YOU OANUNTT- UIRICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE 4 T1e4Wcek C rA44a Both i1 r for Only i 150 It Always Stops 1 at Ex inaof SoBicffeJn This Ii or OMk baerIi ijAIl i- bwrwIv ri JEWELRY r C TheJargesWock in central Kentucky will be oimd at VICTORBOGAERTSStore For repairing SplitScondand 1+ Swiss Watches also t- t Diamond Setting and fine Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also make specialty of MEDALS CLASS ETC and Design lug done bYIfine Engrav- erHaveyouScen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY ISIebly JAPANESE pLt ECUBEofSUPlOSITOUI1SBoxes of Ointment A never faUnfc Cure for PUa of erery nature end tfecreo It makes an operaUon with the knife or Injections of carbolic acid which are painful uxl MUom permanentcare and oftea endurethiwOnaranteo In each 31 Box Ton only ray tnr SentbJAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a SQL PsiletIthepleacnttoPoses 2s tIl NOTU ThoOlluln rettJapaacto iilo Cora fur uilo ouiy tj For sate by Stccklon Hasan Druggists M If fuID IJ1mlH IDv Successor to J WAzUll tiy Fed mi Sals tic IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST UIIUBCH Will be glad to have all my old c stomersj aIl andsee me Rates reasonable fVRICHMOND mchW U71 KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our immense stock of latest designs i- nkiii L V Pjpefor Summer and FaIl trade Comprising many t colorings in flbralni stripes and otir prices are 44 JL Right- We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Paper i We take pleasure In waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY i THfifflAS WALLPAPER co W 1 LEEDS rah erJlnd Decorator UJanttf PHONEJS SOUTHeRN 4J lfILWftY IN ICZSTUcKY r fsd cbs 1aEfc JOd IAaTDoueD Nol N 5N 1-yL 745aml PiM ShelbjrlileLlOnznI K32pm- Ar 1 Larenllb6r IIr pm 9i6pnt Ar VeraiIies ioiearnl 647pm loOlpm Ar Lexington 1a45anI uspm LO3pn- wasTlionsa No6Io2 NO4- Lv Lexlnton7JamIT35Prn 5IDacn Ar Versailles7CaW SJtpm liJam Ar Lareneebgnn KLpm a5Ar Shelbyrlile 9iOam 6t5pm II38am- Ar LoutnlUe iQOain TtOpm UoraL- UTBOUlfn WMTJlOUKD o 13 No Ii wrArONR IL- 400pmMiai LvLQuntl Ar IIZpm IrJ1oul LyjrncbrgAT INol samY- 16pm Ia4aw ArllarodbrLT 7IOai- nt3pm sAr1triinLY 7lO- airTBomcD wIITheQD- Ico 16 tN eTANQKL Ni1O4eepTu 14aeznLyLouIeII Ar Lpm DIGlml LV Ske1l1Y1lM LlOeIIfl 47pm tmLyVetIUes Ar 75Oai UIIIom a jlurBOUCD te216m 7AbID LY Veri1lISAr 7OanI4 L4epm1- ILllam 1 6 4m RtcLfljapIAriirLric4 No to k1- Ly Loulsril1e JtZM LexklctoB eo M JCnorYII4e 1 Ar AsIariUo i S Ar Sartnna1- Ar r Jecknonefile1- L CJYttOOIf 6 I- lLAr4eSU14it J rW Ar x z Am1 t4- ArS1 s NO Ar New OrtetwN 3 arovck ataC Oar LOIIV4i S I- rI3ffI yla IAW8CtoD pel 1 II II I foeecytIon ktror revLUS Ii1gLoeXe pljeraiio etuIr ILezlagtou W LrikTIa i II Jttnalarlla to LOUIIYII- IAll reo 4 IIC ytaxx lr eLiUI1TI1Ie LutIlCMIa aa4- urgtE ISf B VesalIIeI sGeorc8ioOXJIl- iIpd kNMUrrreAss 1toeIae1II zIa s1h7 O4 SIUl4aT 1IrvtS otbttII 4flf- pLO1No i M VPa OK X tmP1 WmkiHIoG DC1aqtODD 1fnoOPI S 1 IN FAR OFF MEXICO TJE iss Fannie Wallace WHtes Entertainingly ofTam co And Its Surroundings TAMPICO MEXICO JULY 19 1001 Editor Climax 1i Tnrnpix is tho principal cily iujftiio State of Tarrulipas having n ponula Han of 18581 people Many ofuTein are refined progressive and prcspmms while many others do lint begIn to pThisimportant deep water ports on the Gulf of Mexico The Italian navigator Amerigo Vespucius first landed lon his continent at this point and itwas- this magnificent harbor made bjtho mouth of the Rio Grande which empties into the gulf at Tamplcotbat attracted the Spaniards over 400yje1iJS ago The city is built on a rocky Bluff BUrrounded by lagoons of salt water at a sufficient distance from the Guff to make it safe from storms It is Jepn ncctcd with various boat landings from the smallest canal to the largest ocean streamers Tho city is construct ed of stone and may be said tovbe composite in its aiuhetecture andjcps mopolitan iu its population Of co urse it is a Mexican townbut not altogether Here you see tho pitched rowfs audlan occasional veranda outside but upre often the long upper balconies going the whole length of the hl uses The everlasting1 adobe is not tholbn ly material used in construction wood stone or iron takes its place in many buildings It Is said to be againstihe law to paint any wall white iuTampicoi a wllllo lI very tryitig to the eye Among the most Important buildings that descrro special notice may be mentioned the magnificent Custom House built by the Mexican govern ment at a cost of 3000000 Adjoin ing the AUuana or Custom House the trovernment is now constructing n new wharf whIchwill cost 2000000 or more Thenztrket is also a place ofrjeueral interest to the tourist The bouts land with every kind of tropical regita tion and fruits at its terraced steps in true Venetian style Itonaiias pine apples mangoes and uielocotones are in great abundance now The Jetties which insures the pott of Tampico one of the best deep water harbors in Mexico or on the Gulfcoast are built from the mouth of the Panuco River to a distance of Several thou and feet into the Gulf This work is substantially constructed with massive stone and is a credit to the Republic ns woll as iuj builders The cost of these harbor Improvements is sall to be 1000000 and were borno largely by the Mexican Centtal railway Thus it can no loneer bo truthfully said that on the whole Gulf coast there is no good harbor eay of access or any sheltered anchorage The jetty work has changed all this says a certain writer and it is a fad ol Immense importance not only to the whole Republic of Mexico but also to every matioa in the world engaged in foreign commerce On the northern bink of the river in and below the city one sees the rail road stations Their warehouses and wharves further down at La JLSauu The administration and other houses pertaining to the jetty company a splendidly equipped hospital for time ra road men and last of all on the sandy shore of time Gulf the government light hougo which casts its beacon lighf far out at sea duriug the long lonely night watches TheTarpon At and all along the jetties for several miles the waters are perfectly alive with the Silver King and many Other varieties of Iame fish can be caught with reel and rod in cIudiu till JtwjojJurie fi wiling rrlliiiOOt rm pouud a ibTs is cer tainly the fisherman paradise and if properly advertiedsomc one has said many ot the multiuiiTlionairea of the- Unitet States and Europe would be at frliclcd to thie matcbltsij coast Capt IeeljSr jsiijs Tumpico will yete thoj- muiouB tarpon resort of the country rfien benides when tired of thyroid the jun may bUs d vllh good results aud uiuclVploasure lu and arbundJTampico- iviog a varIety ttllbe eportsliians l- ife1herocunall khr aif water fowl ithiut num bur Llr r dturke3s phlasal s hrnoqptalii lious audptigers The Stato of Tamnulipns hiis ltU area of 2S639 squaremiles alllu JOpulttloli- of iwrhap7 J25lopo It contains many rich silver and cupfjec tuimmesitud val auble tiirtbtiiv 1svt isverj tertilo fl1earfAtNI Everx worn nJov9 to tJUnkof the time when Soft little body all her own will nestle in her bosom fully satisfying the yearning which Jles In thehearf of every goodyoman But yet thea Is a black cloud hovering l about the pretty pcture In her mind which tub her with terror The dread of thlldblrtK takes much of p e Joyjof ropthethood And yet It need not beso Forzometlma there has been upon the market wellknown and fccornrhended by physicians a liniment called iottc s Bteii which makes childbirth as simple and easy as nature intended it It is a strengthening penetrating liniment which the skin readily absorbs It gives the muscles elasticity and vigor prevents sore breasts lornigscl nose and tims lou of ha gtUsHJlgure An intelligent in says Vcre I to need Mother lrfrnf again I would obtain bottled It I hail to pay 3 per bottle for GetleMraFtkfid at tho dreg turBo 51 per IHtttJc THE DWHICLD KGUtATe CO AtIeAU Ga Write for oar free lIluHraf c3 book Before 17ls I1rll gathered the following which may Inter est your readers Time exports through Tampico in 1000 amounted to 40bOO- ooo Slvxican sliver and the imports to 410000000 gold From the United States time imports amounted to 1986000 From other countries 5061 201 The total exports through this part of time United States amounted to 34907963 to other countries 5 000000 Thus it can be seen that Tampico is an important and growing pert anti that the Mexican trade witb the United States exceeds by many million dollars the trade of all other countries com binedBesides steamboats and ships the Mexican Central Railway cfTdts rapid conveyance for traffic to the interior also the Monterey and Gulf has its terminus here and ofleis to Northern Mexico good accommodations Aug mented by time steamship line vizr Campania Navegadora La Huasteca which navigates the Paunco river for several hundred miles traversing the finest and most fertile section iu Mex- Ico gives Tampico every facility for shippingA company with ample capital has purchased a large tract of land near Tampico and is now boring for oil time oilmen expecting great developments along time Mexican coast For many years it has been believed by experts that petroleum existed in Mexico especially along the coast Time chief indication being time existence of numer ous beds of asphalt But will JJiey succeed The nutiVu replies Quien Sabe Though making such wonderful strides iu commercial interests we can but say in regard to the masses Asleep in the lap of legends oMa Tho CLIMAX is a very welcome Isitor every Monday mourning 1 could nut get along without it Time weather here now is unusually cool and pleasant for July we have abundant ruins and delightful gulf breezes Fruits are quite plentiful but I havent yet learned to eat with relish tortillas chile and oucliilimlee and tamales My Spanish is progressing fineb 1 htsve a pleasant home with onr Vice Consul Bull wife who are also mission aries in the Iresbyterian church ell- joy my work and am quite contented in my adopted land If I could only seo time home folks now and then Come down to see us We will giv you plenty of oranges platiuos ba nanas mangoes splendid pine apples smith tomatoes Of course being a Kentuckian you wouldnt want any pulque Ia With kind regard FANNIE L WALLACE I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure iu without question the Ltllt and only cure for dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact with and 1 have u nd many other preparations JoInt Beam Mid equalsKutlolthe natural digestante It will digest all kinds of food and cant help but do von good PERRY THOMAS The British say that their Govern moot in hampering Kitchener Nonsense it is the Boers who are hamper iug him DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds soothes and quickly heals the injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitts PERRY do THOMAS Such a pity this isnt a presidential election year If it were Mark Hanna would certainly turn too and pave the corn crop It is easier to keep woll than Jcl cured DeWitts Little Early Risers taken your keepbowelsnever ripe but promote an easy gentle action Perry do Thomas Will Speaker Heudeibon pleaee ox plain to his outraged constituents what ho means by hobnobbing with royalty Those famous little pills DeWiits Little Early Ilfeers compel your liver and bowels to do their duty thus giving you pure rich blood to recuperate your body Aro easv to take Never grip PERRY A THOMAS Even Crowinshield has not yet claimed the authorship Sampsons historicISantiago telegram ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in tbe Corn Belt show losses iu of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II Ue VKUZ after several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded In isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which Is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago OyerJOO 000 hogs have been successfully treated and svedb this remedy hogs treated with the- Antltoxan thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the Injection of their Antitoxin in well swlno will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick kwine wilt save at least 65percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer can easily adxnlnlsterzhe- AntItoxlzh Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hoes 100 Antitoxin Syringe J350 DeVanx Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago Ilaprly Cost of Great Steel Strike According to figures om pi led by time Pittsburg Dispatch the steel strike now on is daily costing the three companies involved 210000 Bud time workmen fliiGCOJ U is estimated that Iho daily loss of nearly 23 000 boxes of tin plate a day the American Tin Plate Company Is daily losing over while the losd to this canning companies unable to secuio their material is enormous in addition Practically no stocks have been carried and cuntuiilpUou has kept pace with the production for seme little time past About 700 lemma of the 1000 tons dailv production of time American Sheet Steel Company is being lost and this represents a loss each day to the combine of at least 50000 Time loss to the gas stove manufacturers ialso treat as the mills are closed which make a specialty ef stove iron This is the heavy season for making stoves About 2000 or iOOtons of steel hoops bauds Rud cation ties are being lost daily bytlid American Steel troop Com pany byr aflOH of the strike anti this represents adailv lo J8 in inooey of 70 000 Itis cfliuiaied that time men are loaiDJ in Dragee 150000 Tile tin workers will lose 0000 daily in addition In tftldnioii to all qf these leases tl e many and varied induetriee crippkd now and jn jHwi e Mprestnt lUllteH in the iiiettpf l rg suniB tht ecuuot bo coUJ JJwwTh Awa lnoM td amen are sm4 t hsit aJ twc OOOO with wbieii in Ik fvtng irkandHlietn ipi Arn lg hieh employed UX the vla rtoa mliii stilt iperat iiijj wjil go a great way idttpinv 1ihs i1ut rar nM4 vD r IMQUSA where it is hot all the year round Scotts Emulsion sells better than any where else In theworld So dont top taking it In summer or you will lose what you haw gained tplSCOTT t 409415 Pear Street New York Soc nod f100 all druggists Kentucky River Improvements The annual report of the engineer officer in charge of Improvement on the Kentucky river says that it is probable the limit authorized by existing Legislation fir continued contracts will be readied while Lock 02 is under construction and before its completion leaving tlmt lock and two more to be dealt with by future Legislation There are eight locks and dams now open to navigation and tbo contract is let for the construction of time ninth The estimate bled upon time assumption that it will be possible to acquire sites for lock and dam No 12 to complete locks No 0 ami No 10 to build lock tenders dweling nnd locks No 11 and No 12 and to do about onefourth of tire work on locks and dams No 11 and No 12 or the amount estimated fur the completion of the existing project Is 32XJ3000 The amount that can bo profitably spent in the fiscal year ending June SO 1003 is 200000 Washington dispatch to the Couiur Journal THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TUEATJIKXT BY WHICH DKUNKAKIIS AUK UEIXfl CURED DAILY IN SlITB W THEM SELVES No Noxious floim No Weakening of the Serves A Ilrasuiit am 1iisilivo Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with puisnnand nes completely shattered periothital or constant use of intox tati- ll liquorsrequircs nil antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison anti destroying tie craving for intoxicants tulfeiicrs may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GO LVCUnEwhich hiss been perfected many years of close study and treatment of inebriates Time faithful use according to directions of this wonderful iliseorIery is positively guaranteed to most obstinate ease no matter how hard a drinker Our records ehow the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR nus RANDS M1ILDREN lURE YOUlt FATtIER This remedy is splclficfordevised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee 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 tem p rate men by the CUIiE ad ministered by loving friends and rela tives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that they discontinued drinkingof their own free will DO NOT WAIT Do not bo deluded by apparent and misleading im provement Drive out the disease at once and for all time The HOME GOLD CURE is soul at time extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing of everybody a treatment more effectual titan others costing 25 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special advice by skilled physicians when requested without ex tra charge Sent any part of time on receipt of Ono Dollar Addrpss Dept C 059 EDWIN n GILES COMPANY 2330 and 233 Market street Philadelphia Al correspondence strictly confiden tial Imaylyr Colony of Dairymen in Kentucky The Cincinnati Post says A gigantic scheme to form a colony of dairymen in the rich farming country surround lag Lexington has been launched by the Kentucky Pasteurizing Company of which Col Raymond L Doliings Of Covington is at the head Behind this plan arc prominent Cincinnati New York and Lexington capitalists who are ceeking to buy up the whole Blue Grass section of KentucKY and control the dairy products of the State It is proposed making time colong sec ond Elgin Col Doliings is now corn municating with the Immigrant Com mUfciouers at Washingtun to secure dairy farmers from Germany to popu late the colony Time Kentucky Pat teuriziug Company imasbeetm in opera lion about a year and in that time has combined all the dairy interests of Lexington lint surrounding country branches have been established in Cincinnati St Louis Indianapols and New York Move taStop Treating t Thomas U Minalian olColnmbusO who has originated movouielit for tlic abolition oftho American custom ol treating will present his plans to the central divibion of the Knights of Col umbus at their meeting this week iii 1utiriBny Mr Minahan is a promt flout attorney JLhis movement is in ilor od by eminent divfina i f the Ro man Catholic Church mind of the Prot estant denominations lie says that IhodbHternUon of tIme custom of treat ing so cxteneively practiced by Ainer leans is time first real step toward total abatruence lIe is confident that with the active support of the churches the movement will become national The initial step was taken in the rankn of the Columbus Council No1 Knights of Columbus which adopted resolutions pledging its numbers to refrain from the ciifttom AVhen tUB considered that tho national organisation has a niem bel hip of 80000 the real importance ot this crtwaile will bo understood Advertising Pays Who jMf 8 it not pay to advert iw A FlaiHiptbarit rtmh ptlt au ad In hl- maTimeatserat joraxri ait ltu yery Bfxt dr gpe4Kmted him with on Pfpkbl fidtlttook tUa QowMttu tloti With hun when ha v fiishedf At iirtt wUf fetB toptlewlv1 lw t I Late State News Lexington is agitating time question 67 asphalt streets Isaac limes colored si ot anti killed Mike Mare also colored in a quarrel over some blackberrits on a farm near LouisvilleJohn Smedley a Voodford coun ty farmer was caught between a trac lion engine and a thrasher sustaining fatal injuries Frank C Nickell a prominent far mer and trader was Eliot from ambush bv an unknown assassin null mortally wounded near 3loroimend Andrew Carnegie has increased his gift to Coviugtoti Ky for the estab lishment of a public library to 75000 His original gift was 40COO Orville Lawson the missing member of the assigned firm of JJareford Lawson Louisville has written a letter to friends hero from Mexico where ho has been Tho big safe in the L N office at Owensboro wcighinc 5000 pounds was blown open by burglars who took 8in cash and left several hundred dollars in checks and money orders Time large stock barn of Colonel T B JEipy time wellknown Anderson county distiller was destroyed by fire Two thoroughbred horses wnre burned Loss 6 500 insurance fi50 Tee city of Louisville lisa obtained judgment against Col It W Woolley a lawyer for 23003 duet on taxes Co Woolley tins been engaged in perpetml litigation over taxes having paid none sinco 1875 The report of the State Prison Com mission states that both the Frankfort and Kddyvillo penitentiaries are not only self sustaining but show a feood balance in favor of time State Collector Randall raided an illicit still at Bush Laurel county 1500 gallons of beer naTgallons of singling and the finest 110 gallon stiR ever operated in that section being de stroyed The operators escs ped Charles Harton a clerk for the Illinois Central Railroad saved Miss Margie Williams from being burned to death but it is leared will lose both hands A lamp exploded and the young ladys dress caught Time dry goods anti clothinc store of M Braum at Nieholixsville was con siderably damaged by fire at a late hour Saturday night caused by the ex plosion of a lamp The loss Is about 3000 which is fully covered by insnr aumce Burglars entered the Sambrook Ho tel at Livingston rolled a largo money safe belonging to Mr J M Smith out in the yard and were proceeding to break it open when Mr Smith awoke and discovered the tiouble He dis charged a gnn in the air which die banded the thieves MrD Elliott Keller formerly of this city but now of Philadelphia is visiting friends iu Lexington Mr Kelley is employed on the Philadelphia Record where ho is occupying the position of freak editor or in other words has charge of the writing of out of the way stories Lexington Herald A meeting of the State Election Com mission will be held in Frankfort Mon day July 2J TIm meuibera of the Commission will be sworn in and a secretary will be elected llu Commis sion will determine whether the old election officers of Menofee county or new ones to be selected shall hold a local option election ill August Coeducational Matrimony in Russia In Russia if a girl desires to study at either of the univeintits etiquette reQuires that she should be married AccordinglySiie goes throuub the civil form of marriage witlf one of the men studonts whom she may never have seen before and perhaps may never speak to again Those marriages are perfectly legal and if the contracting parties like each other they are united for life but otherwise time marriage is dissolved when their university course Is finished and both are free to marry again ntAth IAFR cure ness A man with a thin head of hair is a marked man But the big bald spot not the ILkind oI a mark most r men like Too many men in their twenties are bald This is absurd and alL unnecessary Healthy hair shows mans strength Tooj buildup the from the roots to prevent and to bald use is MIQOF It always restores color to faded or r hair Notice that word always And it cures dandruff Slee a bottle AH 1InIR te My bualneen calls out aMeIlC- IIkrottena ii t deal I woul4 acisiafly feet wbamcd every time I wwild take ott my tot my balr wa no thus tad the bald tpots no plainly Ibegautfcojwo ol year Halt Vigor Btoattoue Today land I bare M a heiWt of bair U I ever lIad 1 u everybody wbot I aad- 1Mg aer It JIlQ1lt be a womidsei- iiveiay taoYAaL no14 MM CW BL w a oa hall lair Md I wsk w vtU 114 tAo 1 mmkmLuaifl L FF7I 7I 80th 7A i5 ffi 8 W Prices +if 7tJ 7 7J ffi 4 F Largest 500 SemiAnnualBARGAINS gOOOOWW 1 The Big I ++ + We will ja your kind to be favored 2 uiid sumo will elated W4VW 7 FOF have only been open in your city one week and are confident from present mdi that we are with you to stay New Goods and Low Prices is what made us busy our opening week Our line of uptodate Clothing Gents Furnishing Boots Shoes Hats and Caps Is responsible for the rush we enjoyed from early opening until late closing hours In order to get acquainted withthe trade of the city and county we will place on sale until further notice the following articles at prices named fo ot fo t fo Mens 55 00 Cia Suits will soli for 8 25 1 IMciisMens SfiOO Cassimere Suits will sell for3 i5 Mens 12 00 Cheviot Suits will sell for 8 25 Mens 12 00 Allwool Serge Suits will sell for U 75 Mens 15 DOSuits will sell for10 10 IMensMens S3 00 Pants will sell for 2 00 IMciisMens 100 Pants will sell for 75 I Yours Low Prices and Kind u limwro wWW I Six days in the I weekare Bargain I Days at the g I Big Store eMq QQ Main St Richmond Ky NATIONAL ADVICE AS TO I Notice In I Hook How to I I wrggsmoderu1eNnfeethlpatentIssccured- r Letters strictly confidential J r SIGGERS Lawyer Washington DC I amsgent for the Page Wire Fence fole And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand tlo es Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY KlrksTlIle Ky VILEY THE CTA1LOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material sliare and finish hut mrinonts are unsurpawel He hat jubt received an elegant lot of IWpijRTBD rAII From New York anti tliiies to lfIake an nito llahl SPRING sun Mr ViHytutsvoroiaHy kll tM clntlit his douse turns out easily the equal of Wiiteti WI or- attytailur wtst of New YtMIk jt TRY IfI MIif fai f2t w s VILE 1 MAIN OT iFXINGtOUt KT dli+ NUMBER 10 ili 7I7I 7F7IIF WEHAVE Mens S500 Shoes for350 Mens 350 Shoes for 2 50 lens 225 Shoes for 75 M nsS2 00 Shoes for 1 a Mens 25 Shoes for Ladies S3 25 Shoes for 2 25 Ladies 2 50 Shoes for 75 LadifisSl 75 Shoes for 25 Lathes 51 25 Shoes for 05 Misses and Childiens Shoes at your own figures A fnl stock of uptodate Shirts at 43 cents pricesIJoYlit5OcA big stock of Hals at the very lowest prices for T realmentI The Big Store NEXT DOOR TO MADISON BANK ATENTSADh1 PATENTABilITYFREE Patent you Hei WW iWiW w g BIG g you see in g adyou el find it H storei P READ THIS i+ + + + IRVINE 6 1901 iMH GfcO M WILL61NG Richmond Ky DEAR Sir I owe you all lIQloiry for condemning yonr Willging Pure Paint Mixed Knndvfur Use paint wltlfhit first exaniiiiinc it tnystir but I tuck the painters word fur it and found that lie wanted to order the paint for mnti himself and when I got Utter I went anl made the examination myself of thii paint and found it good Yes all good ai I want BO I did not get euoucli youtoIIIV address 3 for second coat ansi to 5 gnllous for first coat and 5 gallons for second coat work white also 3 gallons grsy stone just like you sent tile for trimming mill we will be donu next Monday it being county court day and will pay for same and if vou have not got it on hand or for any reason gall not end It today pteflsn telephone me or E P Campbell s that wo can make some other shift but if you can be sure to send wine by toIays freight and oblige p L HUME George M WilIging Paint Mixed Ready for Use always gives the best of satisfaction being manufacturedand sold by a practical painter Each specific paint for a specific purposeGECX M WILLGING 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY Tbrouith sleeping ears to Buffalo via Queen Crescent Route nn+++ClLLl1+ + + JONES MERSPN- SALOON PAlLOR Will IM OWl Cboleei and meet refreshing of driaks that be found ia the city are dispensed 1y pfcs ate and accotamo- L wMng 1erks r tiSaretsji Ws4W IC4 oS TM i1ii liilis f Ji18- Ph g St kiVUQWif THB T RE What our will in our KYJuly your gallons him The can Faat frheilules finest trains to Cin cinnati and North Queen Crescent R ue On taiil1 i Mlutie Eulrori Schedule etfect May 1901 DAILY EX SUNDAY TXAIXS LEAVE RICHMOND 1CH YIIMII1LawnaCet llltBeiLoutriUe tesail0pm iBtttin11thIM Mllteri Crack t TRAIW8 AURIVX BKJHKONB Psci siotthftte Lzi I aIlaam-AtIaU IJ MPf Poi = = I Fega j l aJ aq1tjI1eaaMtr- u 1 If 6 r I r jIT he Richmond Climax ProrrietoriU LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1001 rORLIDHRI EVERY WKDNIC8UAY BY The Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET wwwwwFORK B TURWN ron CODKTT ATTORNEY JTKVIJ jOBD FOB SHERIFF JOHN F WAGERS FOR JAILER JAMES a LACK BY FOR count CIKRK JEiSE WHS FOR RIIPRHsWerATIV- ECIIAS L SKAKCr FOR UFIIINTINDET J n WAGERS JFOB ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAN FOR sURVEYOR 8 F nOCK FOR CORONER CJLIPK SAMUHLS t FOBJIAYOK 4 DAVID hiTEVIS POLlVRJYDGCn P6R CITY ATTORNEY J TALBOT JACKSON FOB OIIIBF OF POUC- HJIIALLMAN J1AG1ST2ATB IjARMHR OK CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMAN COURT IIOUSB JW Dales W L Leeds CITY HALLO T Wens E II Dybee UNIVERSITY C G DoiiKla w L Arnold TIlE Harrodeburg Democrat in its last issue prints a splendid picture of our distinguished townsman Governor McCreary candidate for United States Senator with this timely comment which every good Democrat and faith tnt party worker acquainted with his stainless record will indorse Unless all signs fail this hot dry weather Gov James 1J McOreary will be the next U S Senator from Ken lucky He already has a majority of the Democratic nominees for the Leg islature and the result in Louisville added six to his list Xo man in Ken tucky has borved his party better or done more for its upbuilding than he As n soldier in tho Lost Cause Repro sentative Speaker of the House Gov ernor Congressman and private citizen Uov McCreary has filled the full measure in every requirement and deserves to bo given the Senatorehip as a crown ing reward for his faithfulness to the people and hia fidelity to duty IN a recent issue of his paper tre Commoner Mr Bryan outlines his po sition as follows- I am not only not a candidate for allY office but I have no candidate in my mind for any office My interest conters in principles and men are im portant only as they aid in carrying out thasoprinciples and unless I mistake the sentiment of the masses the voters will insist upon adhering to these principles spite of threats of reor ganizers Those who argue from the Ktandpoint of expediency will not have influence with the voters because no ono can say what is expedient We may deserve to win and yet lose but it still remains that to deserve to win is the surest road to success ACCORDING to B W Snow statisti cian of tho Chicago Board of Trade the present drouth is the most severe ill the history of American agriculture and there is little prospect for general relief in the stricken area lie regards tho continue dry weather as almost attaining the proportions of a national disaster CFBiomCo LEXINGTON KY Heres a Thing To Think- About You spend eight hours a day in sleep Therefore over 120 daysoufcof every year are sptnt in your bed room You should Spend those 120days in just as comfortable a manner as you can You ought to live that one third of your life in as nice surroundings as pos sible i Your sleeping rooms should befurnisoed just as restf- ullyI just as cheerfully as your means will allow And it doesnt cost so much We are selling lots of hand 4some bed room furniture big Mahogany and Birch bedsteads pol ished like gold dressing tables chiffoniers dress ers andboud6irchalrsorI equal richness jk Alsogood honesty comforta ble bedsteads of brass aridinetal and woods less I artistic than Mahogany and tlje Qther bed room necessities to match the bedstead AT 8EMOBEL1NQ SALE PRICES t CfBrowerCOi rMAIN AND ROADWAY k L1XIN070N KY t rJt IIIiiL LIKE Ban quos ghost the Schley Sampson controversy which gave every body that tired feeling last year will not down The attentlonof Admiral 5chley hits jnst been called to lac1ays history of the Spnnlsriwar now Hsed ns a text book nt the Naval Academy in which the hlstorianJn his account of the destrnotiou of Ceveraa fleet gives all the glory to Sampson who was several miles away and imputes cowardice to admiral Schley And it now develops that Sampson read the proof sheets and of course improved this slander of Schley The latter has demanded as he should an Investiga tion by the Naval Court and before it is over his friends believe he will be able to show the selfconceited Samp son and a lew others np In a very ugly light BECAUSE of alleged frands and irregularities of Sapp and his henchmen the Republican City Committee has nullified the recent primary held In Louis vllle and ordered a new election IThe rada are all torn up down there but let em cut each others throats It is only when rogues fall ont that honest men get their dues Mark our pre diction Louisville is certain to go Democratic this fall PERSONAL Mr Phil Willging is hero visiting his parentsMrs J B Stoufier is visiting rein tives in Stanford Prof C G Crooke and wife have re turned from the Buffalo Exposition Miss Bird Gaines Iff visiting her sister Mrs W E Munrey In Winchester Misses Pollie and Maggie Traylor of Stanford are visiting Miss Annie Ken nedy Mrs Jennie Grider and son Fred are visiting Mr and Mrs Lee Todd at Ford Mr and Mrs W W Pigg are spend ing several days at Witt SP nKS Estill county Misses Terrill have returned from a delightful two months visit to Tennessee Dr C C Hooker spoIlt a few days last week with his parents at Dana Indiana Prof G lf Ballard of Livingston son of Tom Jim Ballard was in Richmond last week Mrs Mat Adams of Winchester was the guest this week of her sister Mrs B W Turner Mr Shelby Tribble of the Lancaster Record spent Sunday with his mother at this place Mr and Mrs HG McElwainc have returned from a visit to relatives near Bowling Green Mrs J W Gruman and little son of Canton Ohio are the guests of her mother Mrs C D Samuels Misses Olive Baldwin and Annie Ben lett of Madison are with Mrs W H Shanks Stanford Journal Mrs George W Pickels Miss Mary D Pickels and Miss Elizabeth Embry left Friday for Lake Chantanqua NY Mr and Mrs A B Patrick and Miss Fannie Pnrtwood returned Tuesday from an extended visit to Auburndale Flu Mrs Mary W Williamson arrived Monday night from Asheville N C and is the guest of Rev L G Barbour and wife- 1lIss Ceil Crooke of Louisville who has been visiting Miss Marie Harber left yesterday for Knox county to visit relativesMiss Annie Sharp of Sharpsburg and Miss Cobb of Stanford are the at tractive guests of Misses Mary and Margaret Miller Miss Emily Chenault of Richmond and Miss Waters of Maryland spent a few days with Miss Christino Bradley Lancaster Record Mrs O J Brown and son Herbert ol Chicago and Miss Letton of Paris are visiting Mr and Mrs R A tVoolum on tho Summit Col D M Chenault returned Monda from Olympia Springs Mrs Chcnauli amlthe children will remain until the present torrid wave passes Col and Mrs W H Letvher of Rich mond Ky are visiting Dr and Mrs Montgomery In this city for a few days Sundays Lexington Leader Mrs un Wilson and two sons Geo and Tilford of Lexington have returned homo from a pleasant visit to Mrs B B Million this county Master Cyrus Turner Jones ac companied by his mother Mrs M Ashby Jones arrived this week to visit his grandfatherCol Charles S Turner General Wilbur K Smith and daugh ter Miss Margurete have returned homo after a visit to relatives In Rich mond Ry says the Lexington Herald Miss Leila Beaty of Kingston and Nola Shipman of Shelbyville were guests of Miss Lila Deatherage of Rich mond last week and attended the fair The Harrodsbnrg Democrat says that Howe O Cecil who was a popular stu dent here four years ago has a gcod position on the large Gould farm In North Dakota Pastor W H Ryals and family will spend the month of August in Southern Kentucky He expects to return in time to occupy his pulpit on the first Sunday in September Mr J WAlbrcttiu Superinlendent of the Metropolitan Insurance Coof New York with headquarters at Winchester was in the city several days this week in the interest of his com Oraddock of the Paris Kentuck ian passed through here yesterday en route home from Estill Springs lie stopped over long enough to take in the Institute and shake hands with the good looking school marms in attend anco Mr Clay be Thorpe of Winston Et till county was here Wednesday en business lie says the best people cf Estill county lire Indignant over tie sentence of Joe McDowell to the peni tentiary believing that he ought to have been acquitted Mrs D Davis of Campbellsvllle is the uet ot Mr and Mrs Charles E Smithof North Broadway Mrs Smith is Ctln238 her guest during the Elks Fair Miss Florie Chenault and Miss Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Ky Lexington Herald Mr arid Airs Kit Ch sAult and visitor Miss Ceil Crooke and Messrs Neale Bennett Jim XMjLobfc Neae Hood Little TOnI Pjekel Harris Crooke Allen Xaring Irvine1 llama Jep Cbenatlt and Mr Scanlan spent Sunday at Estill SprTHga Miss Bell Fish iuid Mrs EIw hUer revolting Mrs Brutae Clay fe Rfefc moiid The repertig ahfht MMM- latkm t1iatSetJS C Stack HIM ill soon to be HMtrriod t JCw JtaefclMtir a WHltfiVof R rrelative wbtr sMe in Washington City Nicholasville JournalExalted Ruler A Wilkes Smith at tended the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Elks at Wlhvaukee last week as representative of the Richmond Lodge In life annual election of officers Kentucky was honored by the election of Wrri B Brock of Lexington as Grand Esteemed Loyal Knight Misses Mary and Bessie Tribble Mary Leo Colyer Laura Bennett and Susie Smith joined a Shelbyvilio party Lexington Wednesday for a trip to the Buffalo Exposition Before their return they will visit Niagra Falls Mon treal Thousand Islands and other points of Interest along the St Law rence Among the Richmond people regis tered at Crab Orchard Springs the past week were L R Blanton and family D Bates Shackelford Miss Margaret Chenanlt Clarence E Woods T E Arnold J S Crutcher Joe H Tevis Thomas H Collins Miss Kate Smith Mrs C T Willis and daughter Mrs C T Higgins and Mrs Charles Coly Mr A C Green of Cincinnati was in Richmond Thursday Cammy as ho is familiarly called here at his former home has recently opened a drugstore in Cincinnati and has also em barked in the manufacture of toilet soaps He also owns an interest in a large cigar factory Cammy is a hustler and one of these days will be classed among tho millionaires of the Queen City Dr II R Gibson of Richmond is in town for a day or so with a view to lo eating and practicing his profession Dr Gibson is a fine portly Virginia gentleman who has enjoyed a line prac ice in Richmond for ten yearsMatt Cohen the Richmond horseman is in the city Sheriff Colyer and daughters and Mrs Sue Smith of Richmond were here yesterday en route to Buffa lo Lexington Demo- cratRILIOiOUS There will be quarterly meetinz at the Methodist Church next Sunday morning In tho absence of the presid- Ing elder Rev John R Deering Rev E G B Mann of Xicholasville will conduct the services Elder J W McGarvey Jr the new ly chosen President of the Female Col legs at Richmond Ky and son of the eminent Lexington minister has been emploved as a supply preacher by the First Christian church of this place for the second and fourth Sundays in each month beginning next Sunday July 28 Winchester Demo- cratMARRIED SIIOKT WILLS Mr J H Short of Jackson and Miss Efile Wills of Win chester eloped to Cincinnati and were married VILEYPAIUHSII MrJBrecklnrilge Viley and Miss Mary Phil Panish prominent society people of the Bluegrass will be married toraonow at Midway BOGAEKTREYXEHS Victor Bojraert the wellknown Lexington jeweler was married July 10 alEtterbeck Bmssell Belgium to his deceased wifes sister Miss Josephine K I1eyile- rsRonIssoNSuocuLEyMrG Ros Robinson a young farmer aged 25 and Miss Annie Shocklcv the 15yearold daughter of E H Shockley both of Berea were married yesterday at that place JEFFEKSOXWATKIIMAS Dr Samuel M Jeflereon professor of philosophy in Kentucky University Lexington anti Miss Annie M Waterman former ly Instructor in the Boston Conserva tory of Music were married at Spring Geld III- STAFORDPUGlrA Washington dispatch announces the forthcoming mar riage of Miss Nellie Mae Pugh daugh ter of exCongressman Pngb to Mr Henry G Stanford a Washington news paper man The wedding will take place early In October at Vanceburgi the home of the bride Miss Pugh at tended school at Madison Institute this city and is well remembered here DEATHS MuwiAY Mrs David RMurray wife Adjutant General D It Murray died of flux at her home in Oloverport EXOWINE Geo 11 Yenowlne for merly editor of the Sunday Courier Journal died suddenly at Wilwaukeo Wis Monday of Brights disease aged 14 years Mr Yenowine is remembered in Richmond where he lectured Iwo years ago to Central University students GOODNIGHT Judge I II Goodnight Circuit Judge in the Seventh Judicial district composed of tho counties of Simpson Logan Todd and Muhlen bnrg died Wednesday at his home ii Franklin of typhoid fever aftera long illness Judge Goodnight was formerly Congressman from that district CiinisroriiEK Mrs LaviniaB Chrs topjior died at her home in this city Wednesday after a lingering illness aged 7J Sho was a consistant member of the Baptist church having united with the church about 17 years ago She leaves two children Mr John Christopher and Miss Bettie Christopher and three grand children alLof tins city The burial took place Thursday COLE Tho Winchester Democrat chronicles the death of Mr John G Cole who passed away Thursday at Isis home near Winchester Deceased was 4 former wellknown lawyer and prom inent citizen of Madison county but left here about ten years ago locating at Clay City He subsequently ro moved to Clark county He had num erous relatives here andIn the county The remains were brought here Sat urday and interred in the Richmond cemetery JOHXSOX Rev J L Jolmsou fcr merly pastor of the Methodist cliuich at College Hill and the founder of Ayers Academy at that place which for it number of years was one of the leading educational institutions of the county died at midnight last Thursday at his home In Pleasureville i Henry county where he was pastor of the Methodist church Ills death was due to u complication of diseases ag gravated by the heat Dr Johnson was eeventyfonr years of age He leaves a wife ami six children Mr James Johnson of Pleasureville Mrs Dr Combs and Mrs VjlIiarn Scudder all of Madison county r Mies Jennie Johnson of ouisvillo and Miss Deity Johnson of PleaRUrcville The Louis ville Times eays of the deceased Dr Johnson was a man of ripe scholarship fcoftd influence for good and noble- c4Mracter The funeral and banal took pJiWastJn I4Y at Piwwurevilk hi Memory Of th ialMrt dmthinc of Mr uMra Flli HUMlJIy If 1M- i Md Difficult Digestion t That Is dyspepsia It makes lire miserable Its sufferers cat not becausatlicy wast to but simply because they mutt They know they are irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste in the mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stomach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by permanent cures of thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla llnous IJLUt are tbe belt cjVhAlUc seven months With aching hearts and tearful eyes Ita mother sat by the hearth alone Only a babe ont of her life The life and Joy and hope had flown Their little Evlyn the deathless soul Now help to swell the beavely song While the parents weep in vain for the child That is nnmlescd by the beedless throng M JP A Hint to the Wise It takes money to run everything from a crap game to a corner on wheat and a newspaper is no exception Therefore we earnestly request all those who are indebted to us for job work or subscriptions to come in next Monday county court day and settle up A paper cant run on promises nor the editor livo on wind pucldin his wife cant like good old mother Eve dress in fig leaves nor his babies wear frog stools iorshoes he cant sleep on compliments cover with the Milky Way and use the aurora borealis for a candle If the army worm had notde voured our garden and the drouth cut short the blackberry crop we could have stood it but theres the rub I Sic semper tyranms E pluribus unum or we bust So bring in the cash and help provide hash or we may get rash and like Sampson play smash A hint to the wise is sufficient Girls Serious Charge At the instance of Joe Foster a brotherinlaw the girl Judge Million issued a writ Friday for tho arrest of Nopris Harvey who is charged with criminally assaulting Miss Matilda Stin nett sixteen years old whom Harvey and his wife are said to have reared The girl alleges that IJarvey during the absence of his wife persuaded her to come to his house and prepare his meals and that while they were alone Harvey attempted to assault her She declares she resisted and ho choked her into submission and accomplished his purpose For fear she would tell on ijim if she went back to her sisters where she was living he would not she says permit her to leave but kept her at the house several days continu ing to mistreat her Harvey Is a pros porous farmer of the Siloam locality about 55 years old and has a family Heretofore he has borne a good reputation The writ tor his arrest was placed in Deputy Sheriff H W Colyers hands but that officer on arriving at Harveys home found that he had fled ills whereabouts are unknown Joe McDowell Goes to the Pen Joe McDowell the absconding cashier of the E8till County Deposit Hank in charge of Sheriff Stephen Daniels passed through this city last Tuesday en route to Frankfort to serve a term of one year for alleged embezzelment of the batiks funds On his arrival at the pen he was put to work as book keeper and will not have as Iianlji time this hot weather as Yontsey who is stoker of the furnace We under stand that many of the best people of Estillcounty are indignant at the conviction of Mciowell believing him in nocent of any criminality They claim that the money alleged to have been stolen by him was squandered by others connected with the bank who used it for political purposes It ill said that the friends of McDowell will make a strong efTost to secure his par don Besides the one on which he was convicted there are four other indictments for embezzelment pending in the Estill Circuit Court against McDowell growing out of the wrecking of the bank Echoes From the Street Fair By an unintentional oversight the CLIMAX in its writeup of tho Street Fair last week neglected to mention that Dr L J Frazeo was Field Mar shal of tho grand parade and its sue coos was largely due to lis untiring efforts He selected his assistants ar ranged the order of march superin tended every detail and on his dashing charger seemed everywhere at once Dr loyntz at a Confederate reunion or Col Rj D Williams at a national fox chase never presented a more splendid appearance than the portly Doctor in his white uniform and red sash galloping up and down tho column of marchers His pretty little laughter Miss Hettio Martin Frazee rode at the head of the parade and at traded much attention In this connection we must not for get to mention Douglas Crutchers elephant which looked so much like the real thing that many country people followed it about town like they would a circus It was led by Dan Jones and performed numerous tricks for the edification of the onlookes who could not believe that it was simply a dummy with two men inside to give it the semblance of life It was a great advertieing novelty and made a decided bit Unprecedented Hot Spell The intense heat of the present un precedented hot spell reached Its climax last Wednesday which was the hottest day ever felt by the inhabitants of Kentucky who literally baked and broiled in the torrid rays of Old Sol Here in Richmond the mercury reach ed 108 atLexington 1t was 105 at Frankfort 106 was reached Louisville sweltered under a temperature of 107 while Paducah was the hottest place in Kentucky with a temperature of U2 The present hot spell has smashed all previous records for nearly two weeks now the mercury passing the century mark In Louisville about twenty deaths have occurred and numerous prostrations while in St Louis the m rtuary list numbered over 200 with 1001 prostrations Good rains have faUst in many parts of the West break ing tho long drouth and in some parts of Madison countyat White Hall College Hill Waco Taint Lick and Wliiie 8 Station they have been favor cd with refreshing showers that did much good Hero in Richmond how ever no rain has fallen for a month gardens are literally burned up and cisterns end wnllsaregivingout What is needed is an old fashioned gully washer goslin drowsier and trash mover and there will be bnt little re lief for Buffering humanity until it comes LATER A refreshing rain foil Mon day night and wore is promised by lhf 8ginl irvice iWjjriww econtroversy iwnretiweg greoetha fMl tzt jMepte lib rlIQ Ctufl House Improvements At the last meeting of the Fiscal Court a committee composed of Conn ty JndgoE C Million County Alter ney JiTevis Cobb and Magistrate n P Armor was appointed to consider the advisibilty of repairing the court house which has for sometime needed a numberof changes and improvements The committee after carefully considering the matter and figuring the cost came to the conclusion that Madison county could not afford any longer to be without a modern conveniently arranged temple of justice and elsewhere in this issue will bo found notice of sealed proposals for the work which is deemed necessary Every Blue Grass county around us has a more sightly and commodious court house than ours Fayette Jessamine Garrard Clark alt have court houses that are a credit to their people and an ornament to the county but ours is an antiquated ir regular old pile of brick mId mortar poorly arranged and with not sufficient office room to accommodate all the county officials The improvements contemplated will cost upwards of 1000 and are so badly needed that every lax payer in the county will be glad to see them under way The character patriotism and civilization of a people aro maui fest in their public buildings and ac cording to thisstandard Madison coun courtItheIIProposition Rejected The following dispatch from Rich mond to Fridays Courier Journal gives the status negotiations between the local committee and the consolidated University relative to the disposition of the school property here The proposition made by tho com mltteo from the consolidated Presby terian University at Danville to the citizens of Madison county relative to the disposition of the buildings and grounds of old Central University here has been rejected by the latter The proposition of the consolida tions briefly was to turn over the buildings and grounds hero to the people of Madison county to be used for educational purposes on condition that the school thus established be governed by a board composed mainly of mom bers of the Presbyterian Church this board to bo selfperpetuating thus giv ing to the school the moral support and indorsement of the parent university at Danville On the other hand the local com mittee contended that if the school is to be turned over to tho people of Mad ison county it must bo nonsectarian so that it can be patronized by all de nominations It is said that in case no agreement can be reached along these lines an ef fort will bo made to organize the school in this city the S P Lees Collegiate Institute at Jackson tho Hardin Col legiate Institute at Eliznbethtown and the Middlesboro High School at Mid dlesboro into a separate system inde Dondenl bf the University at Danville to he placed under a separate dispen sation of the Kentucky Synod IRVINE Miss Margaret Clark has returned from a visit to Richmond The intense heat hns caused a cessa lion of the euchre parties Mrs Harry Shepherd of St Louis is visiting Miss Annie Wagers Miss Cora hinds of Cincinnati is visiting her aunt Mrs S L Tudor Irvine is to have a new paper in August edited by Mr Robt Friend Mrs James Wallace has returned from a visit to her mother at Stanton Mr Charles Miller of Lexington spent last week with his fathers fam ilyMrs I T West of Frankfort is visi ting her daughter Mrs Robt Borg wail Misses Bessie and Annette HIdden entertained in honor of Misses Wyatt and Park last week Mrs Tom Williams entertained Friday evening in honor of Mrs Isaac West of Frankfort The Misses Wagers of WIsemantown entertained Saturday evening in honor of Miss Wyatt of Mt Sterling The ladies of the Methodist church will have a lawn fete in the court house yard next Friday evening Mrs David Bergman left Monday for Lexington where she will join a party of twenty and go to Mammoth Cave Misses MaryMilward and Jane Frost of Lexington who have been visiting Mrs David Bergman have returned homeMr F S Griffin of the 1 N is at Estill Splints HU Irvine friends are always glad to welcome him in their Mollie Gardner will entertain at six oclock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of her cuest Miss Louise Park of Middleboro Mrs Oliver Boltz has returned from Lexington and Cincinnati where sho carried her little son ins to receive medical attention Miss Louise Park ono of Middles boros prettiest girls is visiting Mrs manyfriendsA boat excursion was given last Wednesday evening in honor of the Irvine visitors All the young people were on hand and had a jolly good time Miss Maud Embry has been on the sick list for several weeks hut her friends will be glad to hear she is slowly improving and will be out soon Mrs Chas Chess entertained at din ner last Thursday in honor of Miss Wyatt of Mt Sterling and Mrs Sam Vaughn of Kansas City Covers wore laid for eight Lewis Taggart the handsome little son of Mr and Mrs C L Taggart was overcome by heat one day last week but soon recovered and is as bright and lively as ever Miss Judith Tudor gave a house party last week Those present were Misses Ida Kathrino and Louise Park Maude Miller Florence and Elizabeth Wyatt Bessie and Annette Riddell One of tho most popular young ladies that has ever visited Irvine is Miss Florence Gorin Wyatt of Mt Sterllnr wlic is the guest of Miss Judith Task anti many entertainments have lcngiven in her honor Mr and Mrs t L Taggart i o a tea Jast Friday evening Those present were Misses Judith Tador Elizaegth and Florence W attIIHMiller ami Mrs Sam Vwtaba JUv OhM Bonos nad Dr 1iwk Gardner MM6 i Ida And XatberiM Padc eg t rtned Jilt dinner Sunday Thou prawmt ww MIMM Todor NiHW WwtU HidttoU Lee Park Mrtfe o 0 Williams and Mesws Bohon Williams Graham Friend Burton Smith and Dr Gardner Teachers Institute The County Teachers Institute ia being held this week at Caldwelt High School having convened Monday morning for a five days session Prof J C Willis member of the faculty of Kentucky University Lexington editor of the Southern School and one of the foremost educators in the State is in cbargeas Instructor and there ia an unusually large attendance of teachers It is a noticeable fact however that most of them are ladies only fifteen ont of the seventyfour enrolled being males but we desire emphasize the fact right here that they differ from the Massachusetts school marm In one essential feature at least that is they are an exceptionally good looking lot of teachers Promptly at 10 oclock Supt Wagers called the Institute to order and the exercises began with devotional services consisting of songs prayer and scripturalreading conducted by Elder J1 Bailey of the Second Christian church Prof 0 F Brock followed with an address of welcome which was responded to in a most happy manner by Mrs W H Miller whose witty sallies put everybody in good humor and evoked a round of applause The election of a Secretary and Assistant Secretary followed Miss Maude Mason being unanimously chosen for the former anti Miss Madge Wilson for the latter Supt Wagers then touk the floor and in a brief but effective speech defined the objects of the In stitute enumerating the benefits to be derived therefrom and mentioning the prediction that the present Insti tnte would be one of the most interest ing and successful ever held in the county In closing he introduced the Instructor Prof J C Willis who at once captured his audience with his easy manner happy facial expression and felicitous anecdotes Among other things he said that the present age was eminently a practical one ttytt education was no longer ideal but real and that the teacher needed to quit theorizing and give his pupils tangible truths He dwelt upon the necessity of more professionally trained teachers better school houses longer terms and a broader higher conception of what constituted the true teacher He also spoke of the faults of the teacher and pointed out the various Bhoals and reefs upon which so many pedacogical crafts are wrecked warn ing his heareifa to steer clear of them Ills talk of nearly an hour wits full of sound sense and practical wisdom and allwho heard him hind their ideals ele vatedDiscussions of the various school branches did not properly begin until Monday afternoon All the topics taught in the public schools together with methods devices etc will be discussed in their turn and the session promises to be unusually entertaining and instructive All who can should attend Following is a list of the teachers present John Noland J W Moore O A Brock Alma Scriver Anna Huguely Mary Miller Bcttic Francis Lelia Harris Margaret Baxter Anna Dunriin Sina Wharton Georgia Powell Sue Scrivener Rhoda Gilbert Emma Hendren Relda Baxter Tom mie West Mary Coyle Ora Hendren Eltie Scrivener Rebecca Edwards Myrtle Gay Mollie Black Stella Tern pleman Mina Armstrong Bettie Hen dricksoii Allib Tribble Bessie Grin stead Clara AlcWi Hams Walter Bush Iva Hendren Emma ToddSarahi Jones Martha White Mrs Mossle Powell Dorcus Francis Curtis McKinney Emma Duncan Mabel Mason Maude Mason Madge Wilson Maude Broad dus Dora McWLorter Dixie Hood Alvin Ginter Mrs M H Berry A F Caldwell Lee White Margaret White Adelia Fox Eddie Wliitlock Bessie Roberts Lillie McWhorter Jeannette Powell Jane Breck C F Brock Alson Baker Louis Sandlin H L Pittman Peyton Cain Jesse Edwards D L Crow W S Brock J H Winburn Lottie Farris Margaret Jennings Mrs Stulie Chenault Mrs W H Miller JB Million Mrs Lon Moody Ida Evans Jennie Evans Mittie Gentry Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY k CO Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and he lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DrvgjistsToledoWALDIXO KIXVAX MARVIN Whole sale Drugcists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price drumilltllTestlmonlas Halls Family Pills are the best July 3 Inu Doublo daily train service to Buffalo and Niagra Falls Queen Crescent Route HALF RATES Plus 510- 0DA1LY TO BUFFALOAND Big Four Route ffordlnc an opportunity to visit the PanAmericanExposition Niagara Falls Return limit ten days from date of Bale STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo and Niagara Falls On Tickets to New York Boston t1 2ewks Union depot connections in CIncinnati av omnibas transfers 4Fast Daily 4 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake Ride between CleYekad and Buffalo on C 11 Steftm te Cull Oft or write Agents hBi Fear theExpeehtlosJI WAMRBN J LYMCtl WPNffC GMI Pakt p A fl 11 Agt- L WrlI At tc INfOhtuworua a Rich Juicy Plumbs Ripe For Your Picking Dimitiespatterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to andSepatinein prices from 20c to 200 per yard R Our Belt Department Is complete Styles come first so do MeKees Belts Novelty is essential to make sales you will be struck by the novelty in our Bolts Reliability should always be considered it is a specialty with us The or pointed effect is growing more pronounced every day In connection our Belt Department can be had a most complete line of Purses CaabehadOur line of Corsets is complete In netting or summer Corsets at prices from 29c to 60c and 100 Tbfl G D Corset one of the most widely advertised brands is a very large sale with us G D Chicago waists at St 00 G D style 35c Straight front at 100 n +k+ + I f Remember we belong to Merchants Consumers Scrip Association which money to if you trade with Respectfully yours Cor Main First St Dissolution Notice By mntnal consent tbt flrra of Douglas Bros on the first d7 of July 1801 was dluolrtd C Q Douglas remaining in the Imilneia tinder the firm name of Douglas k Crotchet 8 Z Stint c O DOUGLAS Dissolution Notice t The pnrlnersliip heretofore existing between J B Stouffer and J D Mose ley has been deswolved by mutual con sent All persons owing the film are requested to call and settle at once All persons having claims the firm are requested to present same at once for payment J P STOUFFER J D MOSEIE Notice to Gotete Sealed proposals will be rcelvetlI until 3 oclock p m August for the improvement of the Madison County Court House at Richmond Ky as per plans and specifications prepared for said work by Cwpsey Lamm Architects of Cincinnati Ohio Each hid must be accompanied by a certified check In the sum of f500 pay able to the County Judge of said county as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into the contract should the work be awarded to said bidder Plans and specifications may be seen on arid after August 1 1001 at the Court House in Richmond Ky and at the office of the architects in Cin cinnatiand at the Builders Exchange in Louisville Ky Bidding should be made on different parts of the work separately since all of the work indicated by the plans and specifications may not be done at presentPrivilege of rejecting any and all bids is reserved J TEVIS hCowBJuly 23 1001 2Jial2t I Uneedme Polish Cl t Jllw and CITII tb iMMlook much desired WW CUM rtrt GlaSS with little labor and Bodurt Will Lsv than MT ether po4bh M IMIo U required to do IM work nILwiHfe- sttti leji Ja iDduraod ty lbs loot MtiMf iCes If yonr dMJer1 turn tt sow sad MMrtM for tnt sample UMEEOMK POLISH CO Chatham Pa aijulyCin THE BEST PAPER PoblUhed IB the United States for Democrats ad tor ALL readers is tk- sTwiceaWeefc CourierJournal TIM equal of winy dailies and the nperlorrf IssuedWedaedjr a get SeroalyLOOA1YEAL ThefWefaMiay hne IS aerated to New RAfortjjem WrMeto COURiJOVNAL CO LettIaflHeI BY YOUOA RICHMOND CLIMAX AJJ0 TBB TwiceacMrierJtIrJII Both ODe Yer for Only 150 It Always 54op at ExplMtfoft of StiUcripdoa airUM 4Ih I Ribbons e- I tt This demand for Ribbons during the pant beforpSoft popularIour ribbons Jap Silks for waists in all colors pink cream blackImults Persian lawns or giindieo etc we are lenders twoweeksLadies Parasols at oOc SI 75 and up yardnllOur line of Boys Caps is complete PIeBoys Yacht Caps at 24c pricesfromlOto25c the and means saved you us DOUGLAS against Conn late OWEN MCKEERichmond I I I JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and SmFrames ooMADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KENTUCKY A High Class Eoarding School for Girk J W MCGARVEY JR PRINCIPAL liiitlagtutions of the East Terms nohigher than those of any other firstclass wlio nor of many inferior ones Send for Catalogue julioSw Peoples Friend goodsfortheLare doing Our bargains in fur1 L iture includes Bed Room Suites t1 Iron Beds nJ FdHihgiBedsRockers 1 th ICoucbes Chairs Dinning 1 4 4 + ++ 444 + ++++ + E- cEverytkiigmfis4i r+ + + +++ + lWl Undertaking department in of Mr Arthur Todd is in every respect IOurS Cot 2d OldhamI CALL IN PYour Subscription1 And return to youf homes happy after the wriigk CQurt Day is overt t 1 i4 L i IIGENU1NEMADRAS oentirely new clean stock I 1Angreat variety for selection I I The Shirt Sale of the year i l 975 Takes Choice ofallOurv 15 1350 1250112 BLUE SERGE SUITS CHEVIOT SUITS FANCY WORSTED SUITS Worth your Attention The WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1901 IDr A Wilkcs Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store Cfebtf WaIl Paper 3c up at Will gings The L N announces a 150 round trip rate to Cincinnati Sunday on early train Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 See Willgings ad on first page He has something of interest to say to housekeepers Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldlrnm 27febtf Quite a number of persons from here tOOK advantage of the L t A ex cursion Sunday and attended the camp meeting at High Bridge Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of flee over Middletons drug store July 17tf Appointed Deputy Sheriff Sheriff Colyer has appointed Frank Kennedy Deputy Sheriff and aasigned him to the work of collecting hack taxes Boycott Threatened Nidiolasville merchants may boycott the C S railroad on freight because it refuses to utop its fast trains at that point Willging makes all kinds of Window Shades lOc up Horses Killed by Lightning Irvine Haynes a colored resident of Farristown had two horses killed by lightning during the storm in that section last week New World Record The worlds trotting record was broken Friday by Crescens The stal lion made the mile in 202 at the Cleveland track Shut Down Having exhausted its supply of logs the MagannFawke Lumber Cos mill at Irvine has shut down throwing a number of men out of employment WilIgings Paint mixedready for use Best at any price New Plant The Valley View Argentsaysthat the Roy Jackson Co at Nidiolasville are putting in a complete wood work ing plant to bo run in connection with their tmwmill Low Rates to Louisville Via Quean k Crescent Route ac count Knights Templar Conclave August 2730 h Ak ticket agents for pattkiilars W C Rlnearsoti li P A Cincinnati O Have Willging frame your pictures in uptodate style for lttle money One Kind ol Satisfaction When you want to rent a house or a farm buy or sell any tot lk or any Bocondhand articles try nil ad in the CLIMAX It has satisfied others it will satisfy you Hotel Sold Messrs I C Rucker and R L Jennings haye bought tho Veranda Ilptel at IVmt Lick with the store houseaud livery stable attached Mr ButlerEu gleman will run the hoteL d work and vexatious delays by having WilIging with his force ofskilled mechanics to do your painting and papering Secured Judgment C ix Rlddell was given judgment in the county court Wednesday against Saloonist J N Lawson whom he sued for SIS alleged to be due him on salary- It was the second trial of the case New Water Works Engineer Mr John Rucker son of I C Rocker of Paint Lick has been employed as engineer for the Richmond Water Light Co He will irove to the reservoir cottage in a few bis daysI Sold at Public Auction Under a decree of court Master Com missioner 8 E Scott sold at public auction last Tuesday Rices Hall and the frame building adjoining Mrs George Rice was the purchaser at 180 EGGS Thiirman always pays the highest cashmarket price for eggs hides and feathers Call and see him next door to corner of Main and Fiist streets fOfebtf New Trial for Caleb ftytotsi A Frankfort dispatch says 3 he official mandate of the Court of Ap peals ordered a new trial for Cfttete Powers has bee eat totkeSeeUCew ty Circuit Court Th trial wilt jm bly be at Paris BoHrifcm bobHtyjm October 950TSf Our New f Mens t pr and Boys GuaranteedSHOES Will be IILIPRRos oTnltR8 Richmond Climax TAvoid JJDepartment Opened Shortly Summer Excursion to S Dakota and Minnesota verylowIstOth and Sept IstOlh flnaUlimit Oct 31st Ask ticket agents for particulars Sold Under the Hammer To satisfy a rent claim of SCO against Neff Tuxon in favor of Mrs 0 D Chenault the billard parlor on Second street was sold this week under the hammer Herndon Dudley was the purchaser at 20 Road Received Messrs John S Stapp 8 A DJatber age and James Moores tho commissioners appointed to inspect tho half mile of the VhUIock Kentucky River turnpike completed have made a report that the work bn received Willgings prices the low est the largest stock of Wall Paper Window Shades Pic ture Frames Paints Glass c of Best quality get his prices he will save you money Attempted Suicide Emma King white keeper of a no torious liVe in the Crow addition at tempted suicide Monday afternoon by taking a large doso of morphine A stomach pump was brought into action and she may recover Despondency was the cause ot the rash act Cold Winter Predicted W W Marsh the Cincinnati weather forecaster whose prognostications for the past year have been verified al most to the letter predicts that the hot wave juat ended is to he followed by a coolwet fall and an extremely cold winter with deep snows heavy storms and severe blizznids Died on a Street Car While returning home from church at Lexington Sunday Miss Lucy Dun can aged 17 daughter of Peter Duncan who was recently killed by lightning died on a South Limestone street car Deceased was a niece of Messrs John and Wink Duncan of this city and had been in poor health for several ears Tragic Quarrel in Clark In a cutting affray near Elkin Clark county George Brown killed his nephew James Brown and was him self badly wounded thatbe will die Bradford Thomas who interposed as a peacemaker was seriously wounded and may also die A trlval difference while tin men were mnler the influence of liquor precipitated the tragedy For Sale or ReSt I offer for Bale or rent privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bath room nand hall and all necessary out building including three cisterns For further particulars call on of address Dr G W Evans or the undersigned V MRS SPEED SMITH julylCni Richinondyfky Everything for the Home Mr W S Oldbam the todate fur niture dealer and uidertkihins prenptledspace iu this issue to tell the people of Richmond anti Madison coun ty of the ninny bargains in furniture he U now offering Ho lisa everything for the libiuc and at prices that will astonis you Read bin ad and if In ecliifinytuiug from a bedio iii suite tu S babybuggy lie ca nsupPlY YOUe 2i 1 rSJFCels a Better Position We learn tht John D Feeney Jr formerly of this city but more recently connected with the L N passenger office at Purl has resigned to take a more lucrative position with the Kentucky Distilleries Warehouse Co as manager of the G G Whit DistHIjry at Paris John Is a clever capable young man and his many Richmond friends wish hilts pnccefsin liiarjiew field A Senator Thomas Gets His Money tJudge W S Pryor Representing Geu H B Lyon J M Thomas and tbe executors of IWilholte Carpentorhie commissioners who superintended the building of the Eddy ville branch jeni tentiary has collected frtmj AuiMtor Coulter tho S12000 sdjucfged bytjie court tobe due them for their labors Each received3000 without iHteret The General Assebly two lyearsao passed an act permitting the1nsue the State V Ol4tst Sir Klth rsICnts kYy The Triennial Conclave of KBigbts Templaru which will be held JIlie latter part of August in Louisville i3 expected IQ draw to that city e5800 strangers Quite a strong delegation from liichmimd Conimandery wiljfbe theie Mid among them our frlewl Hon Curtis F1Lriiaai whi kProbab Jy the oHkwl Sir K iRbf in KentHeJcy The de reei w tba encmpfiie t were conferred off him by Vebb GownuM er el LexingtoB IH 1818 flfcyews 1t1tyJTlI were n dettt BqekeirJdge Md Jtenator buridoj4uhL WIlIP3S l at cri Deaut1esFor A Lw lIWe have the beHlIo erlAtht can be podacei- tCUr J I Flocl DeotatiQns1 nre beauties Wcpos and practice the tCe c iry KNOW MOW In esieJrcc TeSjOl1rpelIalattJ c JBELL The Florist A iILEXINGTON KY P hENRY L FERRY Agt j c Bells Flowers go Everywhere Dr llobson Dentist Richmond Ky apr7tf City Collector Removes City Collector D B Freeman has moved his oflfco to Higgins Ellis grocery where those desiring to settle their taxes will find Him with his receipt book Prize Sheep Raiser James Turpln of this county is a sheep raiser from away back He reports that froma flock of 27 ewes he raised 55 lambs or an average of two lambs for every ewe Overcome by Heat A Lancaster dispatch says that Capt Frank J White the oldest typesetter in Kentucky was overcome by heat during the recent hot spell lIe Is a brother of Old Printer and both learned their trade in this city Shooting Bee in Estill A report from Red Lick says that DillaJil Powell shot clarence Oliver twice inflicting probably fatal wounds Theshooling occurred on Locust Branch just over the county line in Eitill and both men were under the influence of liquor Bought a Fayelle County Farm Mr Uev White former Sheriff of Clay county has bought the Pettit farm of 105 acres in Fajette for SIOl an acre Mr White looked at several in this countyand as be had relatives here it was hoped ho would decide to settle in our midst Will Remove to Lexington The Lexington Democrat says H 3 Stoutof Paris and later of Richmond has rented the rooms formerly occupied by the Lexington Furniture Company on Main street and will open there a ladles and gents tailoring establishment here about August 1 Returned lo Corbin Mr n A Chestnut and family who came here the first of the year from Corbin have returned to that place to reside Mr Chestnut owns valuabe options on mineral lands in that vi emiLy which he will develop He wit also go into the merchandise burl tiers having already opened a store at Barbourville While here Mr Chestnut and iamily made many friends who sincerely regret their brief stay Enforce the Vagrant Law The Harrodsburg Democrat says when the police court bell rings every idler in town makes a rush fur the room crowding it almost to suffocation It is that way in Richmond also When the police brings up some poor devil the loafers from the goods boxes and park make hot haste to the courtroom They sit there for hours These same fellows hang around the circuit court when it is in session some of them only leaving the room to go to their meals Enforce the vagrant law An Afflicted Family The hand of affliction has been laid Heavily on the family of Rev R E Smith a Methodist minister of Berca A few mouths ago the wife and mother and the large family of chiildrenen- in number were taken severely ill a daughter four years old dying Late an infant four months oldpassed away and last week the husband and father was called to his reward Deceased who was 47 years old was an earnest faithful minister whose loss will be felt hi the community whero he labored New Sorehouso Under Construction Messrs Turpin Stone Co the wellknown contractors of this city have under construction a two story frame storehouse for Sir A L Gott atlhe corner of Main and EstiH avert will cost about 2000 and be ready for occupancy in the early fall The same firm has the contract for Mrs A C Buchanans residenco on West Main street work on the fouuda tin of which was bcgui fihis week When completed it willcost about 3000 and will be one of the prettiest homes in the West End Chosen Principal at Valley View f Miss Annie Duncan of this city has been elected principal of the Valley View public school which will open next Monday Miss Annie assisted Prof Davis there last full and gave such splendid satisfaction that the school was unanimously tendered to her this year As there is only one other public school in the county out side of Richmond larger than Valley View her selection is a high compliment to her ability Her sister Miss Emma Duncan who taught at Kirks ville last year will be her assistant An luvestigaUonDemaneled State Insurance Commissioner John B Chenault has received a request from the Hurst Home Fire Insurance Co of Millersburg Bourbon county that a special examiner W sent to its office to examine its books and report on the condition ot the company TheUiuftiVHomehasa large clientage istorc11movesolvency r1OtieBRulttomake the examinatloh A Twentieth CeAtury Turkey Mrs Robert Doty living near Red House baa a turkey gobbler that has developed singular domestic traits A few days ago he drove a setting bea off her nest and took forcible possession Observing his strange actions Mrs Doly placed 21 eggs ljlli1ethillaIHI ever since he hiss been doing business regularly at tim nest with excellent prospects of becoming ttte pretltof a nourishing jjrood ri gobbler lute pyidenily imbibed tweeeiU owtury Wfl which applied to cbm IfMrSt M ed that tL male Ety r how awl rM Hie family Uebef i sort omrtjo1 ti r 1iRs For ladies and geiitlemeu Great variety to select from Prices 140 to 1500 Many new Steamer Trunks just re Jceived Come and see them lravelig Bags Telescopes Suit Cases etc at right prices t It Negligee Shirts I Pj Just received a fine assortment of new for MidSummer Come before c best ones are gone stylesI Cool Clothesrlj fl St1hFFlannelSuits Skeleton Serge 0 Silk Lusjer and r Alpaca Coats Just the things to keep you cool these hot days r CLEANING Iii AND 1PRESSINGj V We clean and press clothing in best manner at reasonable prices Ironipt service at all r times Try usonce Covioglon nisL- 4 SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF- MENS WEAR s Z Y 1 Sixty Cent Wheat the past 30 days the J W Zaring IiIn Mill Co of this city have about 20000 bushels of wheat paying from 55 to CO cents per bushel for it Sixty cents is the best price offered by local dealers for the new crop Public Sale Desiring to quit house keeping I have decided to dispose at public auction on Saturday August 3 at 3 p m at the Strong residence on Lancaster Avenue my household and kitchen fnrmtnio such as bedroom sets chairs book case hat rack carpets mattings dishes c also one No air tight heater cooking and gas stoves will also sell my phaeton anti horses both good as new Terms made on day of sale It Mia H B Hoca 10 Indiana Messrs 0 0 Moflett and W D Holly who for sometime have been member of the Kentucky Carriage Works Co this city have by mutual consent severed their connection with that firm and left Saturday for Brook yule hid where they will take charge of the factory of the Brookvllle Carriage Co Wbile here Messrs Moffett and Holly made many friends and their business and social relations were very pleasant with all with whom they came In contact it is with regret that we see such clever gentlemen and progressive citizens take their departure and we wish them much success in their hew home A Gigantic Scheme That interurban electric railway which wn have heard so much talk about seems likely to become a reality in tho near future A Louisville dispatch says The Louisville Anchorage and Pe wee Valley Electric Railway Company has perfected arrangements for issuing 18 000000 of fortyyear 5 per cent gold bonds and with the proceeds it is proposed to gridiron some of the richest parts of Kentucky with a system of in terurban electric railways connecting with Shelby ville Eminence Newcastle Faiifield Bloomfield Springfield Lebanon Frankfort Pcrryville Harrods burg Danville Stanford Lancaster Richmond Nicholasvillo and taxhtg ton and not only operating through trains but local accommodation trains between these different cities FAIR FLORA Queen olthe Flower Kingdom lo Open Cin cinnati Fall Festival in September What combination of the material and spiritual is more effective these days than flowers and feminine loveliness With hosts of beautifulchildren for a setting the opetiingpageant of the Queen Citys second Fall Festival promises a picture royal Miles of gor geously decorated vehicles automobiles tallyhos landaus victorias stan hopes fillet with lovely women and children the whole to conclude with programme in great Music Hall the Odeon Washington Park etc The opening day Monday September 10 is to bo called Childrens Day The traveling men are taking extraordinary interest in the Festi val Contracts amounting to GQOO have already been let for the work on their feature of time flower pageant This amount was raised entirely through their efforts aud without the least trouble Thla di vMoii will be one of tho greatest bks of spectacular dk plttveveraetM f When a n ad kg t after jrott jta flylweo Dont forget the celebrated Queen Quality shoes 3 Oxfords 250 RICK ARNOLD Solo Agents Today The Madison County Sunday School Convention meets at Berea today Special train will leave the L N depot at S oclock Let every body who can go At Deaths Doer Prof J T Akers formerly professor of the chair of English at Central Uni versity is critically ill with Brights disease at the Infirmarv in this city anti his death is momentarily expected He was unconscious yesterday and rapidly sinking Sold Their Oil Leases Messrs G W Evans Jr Cabell II Cheiiault and Judge II C Itice sold last week their interest in tho oil leases of the Lexington Richmond Oil anti Gas Co to the other stockholders and retired from the concern They re- ceIved tOO each for their interest An Entertaining Letter On our first page will bo found an interesting letter from that talented little lady Miss Fannie Wallace for merly of Paint Lick who Is now en gaged in miteiou work at Tarapico Mexico Site writes very entertainingly of our sister Rupublic Be sure to read her letter Hills Examining Trial The examining trial of Reuben hull for the shooting of U S Cates at Val ley View July 4 was concluded yes terday before County Judge Million who promptly discharged the prisoner on the ground selfdcfciibe Hill wafc abli represented by Attorney H C Hazelwood Quite a number of wit nesses came up from Valley View to testify iu the case- Lightning Tore off His Shoes During an electrical storm at Bores last Thursday Malen Baker a white man who was cutting wood under a chestnut tree was struck by lightning and severely injured The bolt struck him in tho right shoulder passed down his body scorching him in sever al places and tore off his shoes When found he was thought tobe dead but after a few hours revived and may recover Back From the Philippines Sergeant John Hocker Wilson of theThirtySecond Volunteer Infantry returned to his home at Wallaceton this county this week after three years absence in the Philippines where he served as one of Uncle Sams scouts Sergeant Wilson also served iu the Cuban campaign and was with Gen Shatter at Santiago He is a very sol dierly looking fellow and can tell many interesting things about our new pos seions Warehouse te be Rebuilt The contract for rebuilding the Letcher warehouse at tho corner of Maui and EtiU avenue recently dc Ifitroycd by lira has been let by the University board and the work of remov ing the debris has already begun Tho new building will bo Hluiost an exact copy of the old one and will cost about the same Mr George Myers has the contract Messrs Tarpiii Stone have begun work OB the irot Col J W Caper tonS storaroo l e First street which WM taHIIIRMbr tire whilo dcca ftyt bjr Joist M trray the eosleclwaer It wIlt betlet tevpAiicy la a few week IJ f LDRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING w I a s 1 s a i i IJZS 0000e3eaceee eea3 OF BARGAINS FOR CA8H BUYERS THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE This decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 davs at the most unheard 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 our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were S15 and SI8 are now 9 to 11 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and Childrens suits and pants have beer cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them WIled we say half price wo 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 bier a stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we preferto stay Come and buy ell the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goodsthey need for months to come we are very respt weIi OLDIIAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Hotel Glyndon Substitutes Gas Electricity for After this week the Hotel Glyndon will be lighted from collar to garrett by electricity Manager George Cor zelius having closed a contract with the Richmond Electric Company for 150 incandescent A force of men un der Electrician E A King began Mon day wiring the building which it wilt take about ten days to complete The Wrong Man A man supposed to be Otis Malicote who killed Charley Pignear Big Hill in 1893 was arrested in Laurel county last week antI brought here Saturday by Sheriff Reece who was after the 100 reward offered for Mali cntoa arrest Upon inspection how ever the suspect proved to be John Older and not the Madison county murderer Of courts there was nothing to do but discharge tho prisoner It was simply a case of getting the wrong sow by the oar SodaWater Syrup to be Examined A Lexington special to yesterdays CourierJourDllsaysProf director of the Kentucky Experiment Station has lie cided to begin a wholesale examination of soda water syrup throughout the State Samples from local fountains have been tested and salicic acid ani line and other loreign ingredients were found After local work is completed Prof Scovel will extend tho crusade to other cities 1h3 case will be prose cuted under the pure food law On to Owensboro Following is the official order rt ceived by Captain Frazee for the movement of the McCreary Guards to the State encampment at Oweiisboro Leave Richmond 1125 p m August 6 on Louisville Nashville train No 5 arrive at Rowland 1245 night leave Rowland 225 1110 August 7 on train No 26 arrive In Louisville 650 a m August 7 leave Louisville on Louis ville Henderson St Louis train reg uhuNo41at7M5a in August 7 arrive In Owensboro August 7 at 1110 a m Excursion to Louisville Grand personally conducted excur don under tho auspicrs of the Ken tucky State Baud of Kentucky to Louisville and return via C 0 rail road Sunday Angust4 This will be a grand trip through time Blue Grass Region aud as we pass through time different cities the Kentucky State Band will discourse sweet strains of music for the pleasure and enjoyment of the excursionists Dont fail to go and take your ladies and children with- y as tke rate are low enough for everyone Special train iavni WhtcbMtM at 812 a m JPw for tJ romsd trip WtfcMt tkt l6UiItYUt4llc r tt DlJLirlit r a1ufltIt- mayte Jk 0 ateiUe 1ji IL w Ripe for tho Slaughter Prof John L Carpenter for Feveral years past Principal of the High School at Kingston has been selected by his party to make the race for County Superintendent of Schools on the Re1 publican ticket and has it is said definitely made up his mind to run Prof Carpenter is a brotheinlaw of Pout master George Lyons of Valley View is one of the best known educators in tho county and barring his politics ill a clever hightoned gentleman whom we would dislike to see led like a sheep to tho shambles but which will cpr tainly be his fate it he runs against popular Bill Wagers who has made a model Superintendent Fire Scare on High Street The clang of the fire bell haturdav at noon sent the fire laddies on the run to IIi4di street where some dry leaves in the gutter at the resilience of Editor Robert S Crowe hadcaiight fire pre sumably from sparks from the kitchen flue threatening n conflagration Misses Lctitia and Elizabeth Crowe allillwhenof becoming excited saul losing their wits they with characteristic coolness went to work to put out the blaze which was extinguished before the de partment arrived with but slight in jury to the property A strange coin cidcnt connected with the fire is the tact that that very morning Mr Crowe received notice from hid brother of a renewal of the insurance on the house Bad Fire at Irvine Irvino the county seat of Estill was visited Friday night last by oue of the most destructive fires jn its history and as a result a large part of the busi ness portion of the town is In ashes The fire is supposed to have originated from the explosion of n lamp iu the Masonic Lodge in the old Parke and Gardner building whore the lodge met that night and owing to the extreme dry weather it spread with frightful rapidity and was soon beyond con II 01 With no Water works or fire protection of any kind save the bucket brigade it was only by the most heroic efforts of the citizens that the entire town was not wiped onto- FoIlowln2 Is a list of the bnsinrss Houses and offices burned Drug stole of Thoraaa Williams Telephone Ex bhange two business houses belonging to Mrs Lou L Jackson j W T B Williams ii S ma Bunk PosloHlce anti general store of James A Waltsee- Mrs Laura Thompsons building John Parkes store i DM Euibry Sugwers office fixtures library etc Ridde PlddeHs law ottlce fixtures and a fine libiary- Sowe Roods ersveil hid a smwt many ere eOlISUiUtI fht1t Urt tiwated atfrOltt llftOt to 3I Mtt with pfI itrtIfInUM In usl th rllt1t Y4r iIt yfi4 are MA doiuv eo uwrwly tu indulge y9ur Wlideul Iv 4ieea bt u 0 j For Sale A fine jersey cow and calf For particulars call on J B Stouffer julytf The plow trust will probably hire a lecturer whose business it will be to tell boys to remain on the farm Dr Whtteii Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MR ORRA C HART State Agent 27feblyr A woman does as she pleases during courtship and after marriage her hus band does as she pleases NinetyEight Per Cent Thare is a fascination about big prof its to a business man But the censor vatlve aud cautious trlltlnr prefers to have i he lesser per cent of interest and the larger per tent of safety in Ins in vestments fhere is no business man who would not consider it a sound to invest in an enterprise in which absolute loss was impossible and which offered ninetyeish diaucra III a hundred of a rich profit The cta tistic of cures eflerted by l r Ilerces Uold m Medical Discovery show that niileiyeight per cent of weak lungs can be absolutely cured Almost if not all forms of physical weakness may be traced to utarvntion Starvation saps time strength The bodv is just rs miirh starved when the stomach cannot ex tract nutrition from the food it receives as when there is no fund Weak lungs bronchial affections obstinate coughs call for nourishment Gold en Medical Discovery supplies that nourishment in its most condensed anti assimilable form It makes weak lungs strong by strengthening the stomach and organs of digestion which digest and distribute the food and by increasing the supply of pure blood Notwithstanding the protests of the Chinese there are many reasons to be lievn that the Boxers are again in the saddle 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 TRlAlI Write today the samples are free Havana Medicine Co 1121 Locust Street St Louis Mo For sale by B L Middel tone5jnimeIyCuba would better not look crosseyed aitm1or she will get annexed We are sensitive when our motives arc ques tioned TerSer SaUllfceaM aRt Eczema Tbeiatease Itching and SHiartiaj led dentto these diseases te instantly allayed y aiy1Ig Cbaabcrlaias Eye aad kia Oiitmet May very bad aes tave eeJt yermaoeatiy cared by IL It U ft Hy eftcfcat for itching plies awl f wcflw wi lot sore aiqi4es- c head dtabiaiBB frcetit1ItleHi8oreey e 95 cte per ex sr Iys MIM PnHn aN hMt a bone eea whea fa bdXMMBtfm Toate Wood purifier MM yerttHkuM are not ksd Ink wKtaiMMMl tttai in mt to jtboa ta frfM oo HMi Prs- p nMjr Stops the thocord Tabletscurepay Piire 25 cents Ihe fool man and the wiee trout are slow at catching on DAYTakeAll druggists refund the money if it uatureis simiiIsaIds a new copartnership and the other a dissolution NEVTI tumid unliartjcOlllb wurltlPeoilleminced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and wonderful tobreakten guarantee to give perfect satisfaction in emery respect S Mid Kiamps for 85mLirewhere to illtrodllce this article Sehl Surel8eentC1turIllinois Energy is dangeron your little spurts of it may inspire some weaker brother to continuous effort which will give him nervous prostration A Sustaining Diet These are the enervatingtlays whenas somebody liii wen drop by the hatldawnedpoorlyaiista3inedinterest of the less robust of our HoedsSarsaparilla niedicinesomething say n custainiug diet It makes itmuch easter to bear time heat assure a1donbty of year JulvlOlm J Pierpont Morgan certainly hums the European financiers faded If he sold them 750000 shares of steel stock In ninety days as reported e4genulnoLaxative te reed that ewrM a eehllu eae d7 The Standard Oil company has IlonJht the linseed trust The hayseed true is about the only thing that hiss escaped time Standard Oil people far DO YOU WANT Ta wll your REALESTATBTiafBKR or CQAU STOGK OK GOOI S W eallYkindtIM pikbmbars as 1 way be wOhIFhIi 3iW Amhlreai J M N VaJ VIGORMEN ERVINEI Bold with a oursIxWaiting Wtemws and all Weakneuea from early or later toinadzeasorrecs1ptolpricsT1o PITTSBURG giCENTRA I STOCK YARDS S eo EAST LIBERTY J PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES to SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged ail rearnuigCKl It is nearest pointtothg Eastern s Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVA EVERY WEEKDAYSIMON Written retelling the for for for ODONNELL General Mgr TtiMfr Qnii LTA- tiop LEXINGTON KY LJ The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS rWherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is nearly 8 years old nnd has a greater premium income lo the business in force than allY Life 2iinranvo Company j The Araomil Paid In Living Benefits 562000 JAmount Placed in Rererse and Surplus 365000 I Anyone dealriiiR an investment yieWine large returns during life thl Company otters special advantages M SMITH BOiAZTvmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond K- yfwdtilbff kJ August 12 S3 4115 16 and 17 19OI 30000 REMIUM S 30000Tn r JN- o HDUi E GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 I I LitrE SiOOK ANt ART ElttIB1T8 I 150000 AMUSEMENTS S50000I INCUUCING UPERBGORGEOUSARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised forte ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION RATES on RAILROADS ALL PARTICULARS SecyWRITE G tCIfCE SMITH Pre F E BAIRD Sec and Troas 1 U L M WARE General Manager Tnc Jffron arnty rcty O Incorporated Offers you the t jOnThe BEST because it 5 will make you the MoneyIt I It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 If SBooks It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company MAGNETIC 1 Tlrtuallyii IwAtrial will prove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jefferson Iw I HOME OFICI If C No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY w ORGANIZED OEOW MORRIS Pres WW luTE Vice Pres i TB MUTUAL tIrE 1NAN E CQ- 1fr yi OF KENTUCKY tnc Home Office Louisville Ky I a f DavldMcrriwetberSecy Jos PettnllTrns Ja H fneaolinan edlesDiredcr w lienryA Uodg Supt geIIccs Kentucky c 14 i Admitted Meta Dec 81 1900 S3CI87t DecU 191 ee 13 rllRPUStI in Surplus 5097432 69 illIncome for 1JQ S791il7 54 CRJpenditures for 84111511 Incomeoverexpenditureu 174H H L f lamace Ii Force uKr 31 It 1I155I4 JIdc c4 J H KENNEDY Special Aent L CmayiyRICHMOND j+ ICY T J J f ii i LAND STOCK AND CROP The scarcity of hogs is shown by the fact that fur the first six months of the year the receipts at Chicago were 125000 head short of last year Farm laborers near Vincenncs Ind have formed a union and demand an increase of over 50 per cent in wages They are backed by the American Fed eration of Labor E B Dooley andL B Cockrell sold to Spears Bon of Paris six thous and bushels of grass seed for August delivery at 48 cents per bushel Win chester Democrat The report of Commissioner of Agri culture I B Nail shows that the wheat crop of Kentucky will be 21 per cent below the average owing to the ravages of the Hessian fly There was a large decrease in tho American visible supply of wheat last week than expected 1710000 bushels which reduced the total lo 27078000 bushels against 16081000 a year ago Duns Review At Kansas City last week as a result of drouth hay sold for 20 a ton a cent a pound the highest price ever reached in that market This is al most as much pound for pound as wheat is worth Joejrvine has sold 170 lambs to JC Johnstons to be liveredthis week at 1Sper hundred and to John Webb 100 head of hogs at 5c a pound to be delivered the fffteenth ot September Danville Advocate The worst season of the year as far aa disease of hogs is concerned is now fast approaching A stitch in time saves nine as far as preventives are concerned Clean up and disinfect the premises and watch the water supply A drdve of more than 75 cattle being driven to Louisville by Frank McKinley ami Tolon Dooley were frightened and stampeded by a passing train near Ricevillejnd The whole drove rushed over a culT feet high Tho animals which were not killed outright by tho fall had to be killed on account of broken limbs- A Great Rend Kan corrc pon ont of the Kansas City Journal writes Standing wheat in the field at noon to day harvested thrashed ground into flour baked into bread in large quantities by a bakery and sold around town by six oclock was a record break er in this county this afternoon in quickness of conversion of standing wheat in the field to the bread plate According to the weekly summary on the crop conditions by the Weather Bureau tho salvation of the corn crop is still possible in spite of the drouth though early corn has been seriously injured in Central and Southern Mis swirl portions of Eastern Kansas and Arkansas and in the Central anti West Gulf States The winter wheat harvest is about finished in nearly every eecliin of the country WINCHESTER COURT The Democrat says that court day at Winchester was the poorest for the stock men ever known there Owning to the protract ed drought there was literally 110 demand for cattle and what few were of fered found no takers The best sales of the day were a lot of COOlb steers that brought 4c some heifers 060 Ibs brought 3Jc which was the top price for heifers Good cows bronJht 2c and a canner or two sold for 11 to lie Scobees yaids reported 80 to 100 cattle and Wades yards about the same and most in both yards remained unsold Dr D S Price bought at the latter ten steers weighed CCO pounds at 26 each Warren Rogers of North Middle town bought of Frank Redford CO head of 850lb cattle at IroChas Meng of North Meddletown sold to Brock Railsback CO head of 225 hogs at5J cents CJ Daniel bought of Frank Bedford 75 yearling cattle at- U 40 Cas Goff bought of Jonas Weil 159 head of 1200 pound heifers Frank Bedford shipped Friday to Jer sey City the following purchases of lambs Of Sid Ardery 92 head averaging 88 pounds at 41 ctsjof Mr Fetes 28 at 4c j 159 of Wm Kerr at 4c of C J Daniel 100 at 4cParis Ken tuckian Buried Treasure Mr J E S Ott of Buena Vista Boyle county while hoeing in his gar den unearthed lGOO silver dollars About two years ago he was told by a gypsy fortune teller that he would Hscovcr a large treasure there and shortly afterwards found 2 a few yards from where tilt 1600 was found The treasure was in a wooden box of two inch plank and the coins were consider ably tarnished by exposure The mon ey was buried in war times Lightning Cured Rheumatism IlesteLStanton colored of this city who has been a sufferer from rheuma tism for yearn claims she was cured by slight shock from lightning during a storm a few weeks ago She Win stunned by the stroke and after recovering was surprised to find that the rheumatic pains had left her and she has not been troubled by the disease since then Mays ville Ky Bulletin ON FIREAn exploding lamp the clothing in teningTragedy in this form moves a man to tears But for women who are daily being con sumed by the smouldering fire there is little Inflammation with its fierce burning ulcera on eating into the tissues the jmostsuffering these are only part of agoniesborne womanDr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription puts out the of inflammation heals ulceration and cures female weakness It thin quilrzes the nerves restores the appetite and gives refreshing sleep Favorite putupinediciiie sIIWhen I tint commenced using Dr Pierces ofGODoevoortSaratogamni ellie weakness disagreeable drain alltheAfLertakijPrearlpftolital of the Pleasant rtlfet1 alto awi one Itft4niigb ks aic ktnc sdw aH tIN good yoir doIIcc McdicslAdviserreceipt af 31 onecent sUmc to pay DhL1 F WORTHY SUCCESSOR Somcjhing New Under the Sunn All doctors have tried to curb CATARRH b the use of powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes caubin them to crack open and bleed The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes aud ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treat ment of CATARRH lisa at last perfected a Treatment which when used not only relieves at once but pernanently cures CATARRH byre moving the canse stopping the dis charges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afilicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollareach package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect nse SNElFLES is the only perfect CATARRH CURE ever made and Is now recognized as the only safe mini positive cure for that annoying and dts Lustlnc disease It cures all inflamma quickly and permanently tied is nlso wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when neclected often leads to CONSUMFrIONSNU- FFES will save you It you use it at once It Is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage if used accord in c to the directions which accompany each pack ago Dont delay but send for it at once and write particulars as to your condition and you will receive special mlvlco from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the reunlar price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of OUR Dollar Address Dept C9i EDWIN B GILES COMPANY2380- and 2332 Market street PhiladelphiaImaylyr Wont the steel trust take up the gage thrown down by the sugar trust in the Russian matter Or is it going to per mit its trade interests to ho sacrificed for the benefit of the former The piles that annoy you so will be quickly and permanently healed if you use UeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless counterfeits Per ry Thomas If Hawaii is annexed to California and Guam to Rhode Island why not join Sulu to Utah The latter union would certainly be appropriate for religious and marital reasons A bad complexion generally resnlt6 from inactive liver nail bowels In all such cases DeWitts Little Early Risers produce gratifying results Perry Thomas It is something of a question whether Englands atrocities towards the Boers compare with ours in sending a ship load of Congressmen to time Philip pines CoughCurebylOCtOrS CoulhCuroE H WISE Madison Ga- Perry t Thomas A Russian professor of zoology has been selected to come over to study us Will someone please explain wha zoologist should be chosen bydietingdigestedrhenKociol Dyspepsia Cure will It 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 pure blood and healthy appetite PERRY THOMAS Jim and Cole Younger Liberated Jim and Cole Younger after 25 SPears of close confinement in Minnesotas prison at Stillwatcr were liberated last week For a quarter ol a century their lives have been a blank They lived and worked and slept in their prison tomb hoping almost against hope They were like children turned loose from school to a splendid playground They hardly knew which way to turn The outside world was all so strange to them They never saw an electric car till their liberty was granted them The whole world was changed and the famous bandits stood and marveled at what they saw Today they talked by telephone rode in an electric car droppednickels in slot machines and laughed and cried alternately from joy A Credit to Richmond S About sixty persons from Nicholas ville and tho county attended the Fair and Carnival at Richmond Wednes day under the auspices of A 0 U W of that place Tho lodge at Nicholas ville was represented in the parade by twentyfive of its members b silea the lodges of Paris Winchester mind George town participating The parade was the leadinge feature of the day being about a mile in length Several of tim business firms were represented by handsomely decorated vehicles three carriages drawn by four horses filled with beautiful yonng ladies attracted much attention Taken as a whole the parade was a great credit to Rich mond Nicholas ville Journal Investment Company Sued A Lexington dispatch says Through Attorneys L G Grossman and J W Norwood five complainants have filed stilL against the Century Investment Company of this city They allege in their petition that tho company has been insolvent from its inception and that their plan is a lottery They wish to recover money paid in on coupons The case will have a farreaching ef feet It has been postively proved that American ships could be built as cheaply as could foreign ones provided the makers ofjsteel and iron plates would sell as cheaply at home as they do to the foreign shipbuilders When this fact finally permeates the consciousness ota sufficient number of the American people the navigation laws that impede our commerce will bo repealed and the Americans given the right to buy ships abroad Then we shall seethe steel magnates go down At Jaet Britain k showing Maid sesse lajts InaIlIIICJHelltof the Bo r war having bought thousand of mules it BOW ewtdoyiHj negroee to nMMR thea Anyone over liitit ecwkl have told her bog ago tlwrt only 5O sit he 1MNItWcWk I s aJIPeliiuB troubles re not over by any 1111000IA iJ k Fell Fifteen Stories An unknown man in Louisville tile other day jumped fifteen stories and when picked ui was Mill alive One Of Ramsey Cos bill posters was pas sing along time street with an nrmful of descriptive sheets of the Lexington Horse Show Fair antI Carnival August 1217 and the unknown jfinped thinking the elevator would be too slow At the hospital ho said ho was feeling fairly well and would surely be at the big show Catalogues We aro in receipt of a package of Cat alogues of the Lexington Horse Show Fair nndCarnival August 1217 It is perhaps the handsomest Fair Cats logue ever issued We will take pleas ure in handing same to any interested parties who may call at our office Nu merous halftone illustrations are scattered throughout showing a part of the monstor show will be put on The Henderson Route have just ad ded several handsome new day coaches to their passenger equipment which together with tIme fin j Pullmans and elegant chair cars operated by them between Louisville and St Louis is gain ing for the road a surprising amount of through travel An American sentry in China in trying to stop a German officer as he had been ordered to do was knocked down and then punished for shooting at the aggressor We hope it is true as the Japanese reporter reported that he was punished for missing him Secretary Wilson thinks the reports of crop destruction from the West have been exaggerated that the corn has progressed too far to be entirely ruined by any heat yet experienced Let us hope that ho is right Its rather funny to see prominent rowans endorsing each other for President when everybody knows that Iowa will never get the nominations as long as she remains ns solidly Republican as she is Doubtful States always get the plums It is certainly to bo hoped Hint the big steel strike will ho waged with moral weapons and not with material brickbats That the former are quite as eflV ctive as thu latter has been proved ninny a time We hope thi Maryland Legislature will Indvjgein a littlo Mudd sling fog his fallnot into the United States Senate however President McKinley has been riding in an autamobile After his experience in driying Congress he found the au tomobilo dead easy If the good people of Ohio had sue ceeded in burning that negro time other duy would they have used Senator Forakera antilynching plank for fuel 50000 has been expended by the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Car nival in amusement features for the week of August 121- 7TheHenderson Route officials report very heavy travel via their line to Oklahoma account opening of the new lands Montreal N C Christian Workers Assembly July 21 to August 4 On smile July 22nd good returning Aug Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge BP O E July23 to 25 Long limit and low rates MeetingState20 One fare the round trip good returning August 16 Montreal N C Montreat Bible Con ference August 1 to 25 Low rates good returning August 27 Ask ticket agents for full particulars Moses came early but he was unable to avoid the rushes The factory hand who sings at his work lets up with the whistle The Cynthiana Fair TimeCcnthmiamma Fair under tIme management of A 0 UmY No 33 July 31 August 1 2 and 3 promises to eclipse even the splendid achievement of last year The premium list is larger and better the entries more mimeions and all circumstances point to un doubted success Jay Cooks Royal Roman Hippodrome Wild West and Equine Paradox is one of the special attractions which will bo free each day Time celebrated First Regiment Band enlarged and improved will playzi return engagement The Floral Hall is a special and beautiful features Admission to all 25 cents Send for catalogue July lO4t nn3 lnni o1Ic ge for Wom East End Pittsburg Pa ThoroughCollegePreparatory coure Static Art Situation combines beauty and space of country with golfForRev Chalmers Martin D Pres 2luly3m Great Summer Excursionsc via The Burlington Route Time Burlington offers the cheapest excursion rates to the West and North west that have ever been made The conditions are BO varied that one should write time General Passenger Agent or ask tho nearest ticket agent as to de tails etcVery Cheap West Daily to Colorado Utah Black Rills at about Half Rales and from August lo IQth and September 1st to lOtli less than half rates round trip to Colorado and Utah such as only21 St Louis to Deiveh and retur- nHomeSeekers Excursions Every first and third Tuesday to Ne braska Kansas Colorado Utah Cali forums Washington entire West and NorthwestCalifornia Excursions Every week in throughtourist sleepers personally conducted Via Denver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City Cheap Excursions North Every day to St Paul Minneapolis and Lake Superior DOM the favor to write for Burling ton descriptive 1Rtter otltlif1o yi ur trip and lotus advise you Any tifkit agent lu the country can pn i via the Jiurlingtoo- No joarn y to the far imest Imim plate without the Burlinetira tie ass a put of it Itithretei carrier aPIlPeul8GNltilt rhinI4 LoWAT DAMbYIItiii G TOITivQeaaul- WJ t f i j t 1i Donho dally twin service to Buffalo and Nia ra Falls Queen Cresceit oute t OKLAHOMA t+ Indian Arkansas Territory 4 Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon ast DaOOO 8 Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules nnd rates write to R H FOWLER Trav Pass Agt I C R II Louisville Ky Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Year S The 1 5O- p Time FARMER Cleveland 0 is time agricultural live fitock market weekly journal in this every member of the family how to make the farm pay home happy It hiss 20 pages week often 24 pages Most and reliable market re ports actual stat of practical editors all farmers No farmer will be without farm and home journal It will itself time and again Address Printing Co- liiuhmondKy PIns RATES 100 ro RETURN V VIA ForFast Route Pan opportunity Exposition Falls to visit the Return ten days from date of sale ALLOWED AT Niagara Falls Tickets to Boston 3h tUttt Ots Union in Cincinnati omnibus transfers 4 n Trains Daily 41 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake Kiiks hetweee CkvefcHHi aad Bntlslo OB C BT Slensep- call on or write AgentaBic Font- n fall iuformatlon ciicurio HM Expoe9tion etc 1t IM JlYJiCCIl fP UPP oi Faia k TtAti AG P F Art iB KBSVfS 0 al HoailMrn A i CINCINNATI f CLARK fray Pi pat ePaIaaA SL To get a really good cup of coffee YoaU have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In AKBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of AEBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get ArbucklesRoasted Coffee for it Is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satis will find a list of asefal articles in each package of Arbadda Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yonxs when you buy the coffee The one you select from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Motion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrsppea ARBUCKLE EROS Notion Dept New York City NY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or gans Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can aproacb It in emclency It in permanentlycuresDyspepeia NauseatSickHeadaeheGastraIglaCramps8nQ of imperfectdigestion Prepared by E Co Witt A Co Chicago Ferule by Perry Thomas BAKERS 1Bedside and Ring M irADJUSTABLE 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 HANDSOME BOOK containing prices and fully illustrating and describing this perfect device for comfort mailed free to any address Write for it today J R BAKER SONS CO 100 Wayne Street KENDALLVULE INDIANA lOiunCm fCCORSETSMall American Beauties We have then in dl styles and shapes to fitevery figure and every corset is cold under this most liberalwarrant Money refunded after four weeks trial if corset is not satisfactory Look for this Trade Mark on inside ofcorset and on box KALAMAZOO CORSET CO Sole Maim Kalanusoo Mkk FOR SALE B- YWCGRIGGS I5may1m DovleSVllIe Kv Fine Farm For Sale If not sold privately before I will sell at pablic auction ea the preeiiEee ea SATURDAY lUG 10 1901 JarmcoatainiRtCpike abettt H mIle and a qmrter northeast of Paint Lkk nwwr MorransStim Bit OR time LoHisyllle A Nashville rail d In Madwon county Ky It fe well located turnpikes ruBiiine in every direction and splendid iieiKbbor hood conIjijiHiMIltwtMoneaMeM IMIna a4 It ha Mi atouqInoI4I I pod rr ito 1ri ibh Aer pr uitog 1e toJam43 pine asisiig to vtow pNiia ao by mlli 2uso A w hiitIII vtM U ow It d II Pebiir will be anwtI srastfaoIdLUCYRIlARTIN 1 leo Any one need ing a Sewing Machine will 71find the 71 S andard And Norwod The only strictly up = todate Sewing Ma chines on the market Call in and ex amine these goods 4 REPAIRING AND Fl- i WATCHES SPECIALTY L EJ bANE All guaranteed Main Printing 4D8may2m Ca Work KY Heiclose A inspection you will find our line vRefrigarators Ice Boxes iWater Coolers Best and Prices thev 7A lowest I THE i D B HAKELFD i QMPAY IkMAIN STREET RICHMOND KY I till jI717171 F 71 Iv 7 FREE I 44p 5I Dont forget ask for the Consumers and Merc- hantsBENEFIT SCRIP CUSTOMERS TAKE anyMerchant 5 Per Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Cents on CASH OF ONE DOLLAR And take Special Notice that Merchants who belong this Association tIme wide awake and keep best selected Stock Goods prices the LOWEST The ClimuJob 4PerrytCovin Arnold Groceries Dr Hobson Dentist J 0 A 4 t T a t oi I AND r j fM FREE to the to are most the of ami tea are too Bro D II 1 K Hlanton sIOwen McKeeDry Oohv Covinfrton Banks Uotliini John Allman h f h Mcaii tRichmond Carriage Works I1EUfZfJ1LtDOLLAR A YEAR THE 1 CHATTANOOGA HANCOCK PLOW i I9O1 SS Principle right Construction right Results right it For two or three horses Draft lighter than any other Plow Turns comers either right or left dii Low Steel Frame Weight 600 pounds i- What Ite Does TUEINQ 44444444 U I Street- RICHMOND The STANDARD NOTICE Five every PURCHASE MyersLum V80Idham1 ONE DISC Disc t It handles more cubic inches of soil with less draft than any plow on earth It turns under stalks trash and weeds completely It breaks up hard pan and pul- Verizes the soil Itleaves the ground at bottom of furrow porous and natural Li It prepares the soil to withstand a or dry season It insures better crops than any other method of plowing DOUGLAS SIMMONS im IA1BVARI STOYW FAIMMW pfLEMEMT- Sanchlljp