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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iI r e I iH ItICIIMOND CLIMAXt AJitt Ittfr1 WJ Jt1t r I VOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1901 PtSlowstlo1l NUMBER 11 u PROFESSONltLOARDS ATTORNEYS li W MILLER ATTOaSKYATLAW RlCHUOSD KBHTOCXT Onice n the Burnam Building next door to armcra National Bank feb3- 1y3QIJI CV AN JA ATTORNEY ATLAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op Iloeite Court House on Matfl Street J 0 D M OHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYRICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatZaw KENTUCKY RICHMOND EOffi over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS ANI AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY aaOfflce oTerThnrman Grocery CompanyQ PHYSICIANS BRS GIBSON GIBSON pjfiICfAAND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office in thf oeCeliobuldineiS a4Secold drugstore iiATniteend Street ore eHAS C 1I00Inm- r j ETERINARYUR t Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Momce at m stable on corner FIt and Water streets RIchmond Kyapr71y lIeC JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery lV Ofhce Prather Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on ltrodway 1tMONflKENTUcKY EVANS M D JW ot1t i0 PiysIqIAN AWSUftGKON 41RICH- MOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STOGEBY DT a11J i- DETIaT tonS01 or LOUISVILLE KY MOfflce next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Office 130uTa9 to 1II to 4 noTl7Iy Dr Louis H Landraan formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No Madison Avenue Covington Ky will be at Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY AUG 14 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich KymaylIy s Practice limited tb the diseases of the eye Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 1r ffin i fjffl 33 U mDIDD1i InnIJ11aD The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor ibombastic claims All nve have to say is we buy nn the best markets of the world select the latest goodsand when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WnitANDGiDson I am agent tot the Page Wire Fence And wilt sell any amount wanted Keep car load on hand at all ti ea Also pure bred Darock Jeracy noga for ule KlrknllleKy VILEY9CTAILOR a r Makes Lexington 3 SWELL CLOTHES In material shape ami finish his garments are unsurpassed He has juet received an elegant of IMQOIrrom New York and deakeeIyou an utvlodnta S Mr Viiey Tints ersoiiMy It We cinthes easily lilaIany tailor west of New YorkIIele TRY HIM Jj wwi 1 AIN Si tarcwffrGtcitY 413tebl JEWELRY The largest stock in central Kentucky will be fonuda- tVICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and Swiss Watches also 1 finei1+ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Des lning done by afine Engraver Have you Seen The Hfstoric Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing times My Motto Is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly THE GREAT HINDIPORESTORES VITALITY Made a Well ran of Me resuttLdmnuna10sses roralalowboodtires vigor and size to shrunken organs and fits a nun for business or marriage Easily carried in 6Boxesz53bymallguarantee DR J EAN OHARRA Pull Foraale bfHtcTtdn llagan DrnjIsts lliIDIIDW i8 Successor toJ WAzbll Liver leel ant Eb ElUo IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have allmy old customers call andsee me Rates Reasonable L I a RICHMOND jncbZWijJ85KENTUCKY We are flbaY Jto show yon our immense stockofIatest designs i- nWail Perfor Summer and Fall trade Comprising many pretty colorings in floral and stripes and our prices are JustRight We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY 1L THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Printer and Decorator ITlantt PHONE 75 +SOUTflERHBflltWflYL tN KENTuCKY ce 4 atOlld ta EfcllilZOlH- ewTB Nn No L N CN LTLou1svllle 74am 4oopm 74tp Ar 1I100m 5Y2pm IU5pm- M Larencebg9huain 6Rptn II45pin- Ar 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CbatIlaeoL eiatroar LwiUyttl Vo 5 tree obsrTa4i oLexIDJSi JCeo 6 tree Talol i r LexIa oG tC It NAtPii tIi I ylAll tratMi bIW LMkYlUe LeztSI as4 Bwrcta daUyj YffMtu iIt eetcenlfolI- f XoiT sad 4iII7SJCSPIIfdJ- t v w Y lMIaoIMTIJtoaX sad hoT1ie I11i p Siiaday 1 Sua4s Or I- rai7VkGJ N M Wi1a D1 WAYLOfLOPL WnAgc Englands New King iWiltbaseverknown landj the mightiest of monarcliiert reins over about 400000000 pcoplSpr a quarter of mankind In other words nearly ono person out ot every four os aliecinnce to hTni AS Pn1aI- es his income was about 500000 as King lao gets about 5000 H clav His debts incurred before he camlot- he throne agKregatlng 510000000 e expects to have settled by Parliament As a public speaker the King Ihs shown a complete mastery of such m tricate and diverse subjects as art Iit erature dramatic history military mat ters engineeringiihipping civic iiisti tutions the study of the Bible and Dila sion work the history of Egypt the Irish question the management of lifeboat collcclate education ambulance and first aid training agricultural iin provements live stock breeding there claiming of barren land the manage ment of hospitals the housing of the poor the Darwinian theory raitwiy- sancftbeir management and musical training All his life he lisa been a good listener to the beat that was with in earshot lip has always inquired exactly what he wanted to know and stored np much in one ot Ibe most por tent OilS memories of his generation The King Is an inveterate smoker The cigar in his solace of a special Havana brand made particularly for him and resting about one dollar each His mother abominated tobacco as did his father and ft is said ihatwhen ttie Prince of Wales first tested tho joys of the weed he thought it discreet to do so in the seclusion of the royal stables Under Likes and Dislikes the lIasgwritten IUtbO Duchesof- YJ aI6ii 18 rtillitnalu Sr iI am the happiest whienl have no public engagements to fulfill when I can smoke n really good cigar andifead a good tiovelon the quietJw1ien X capi likeplain Mr go to a race meet lug without it being chronicled in the paper the next morning thatthe Prince of Wales has taken to gambling very seriously and lost more money than he can ever afford to pay when lean spend a quiet evening with the lrincess and my family I am unhappiest when I have a raging toothache and have to attend some function whAre I inust smile as pleasantly as though I never had a pain ill my life Tho King is an expert shoemaker a handicraft he chose to learn when a boy being obliged by his royaLparenis to learn some trade He JutS worn shoes of his own make How long will the King live That is an interesting question There is an old gypsy saying that tile Prince of Wales would die by violence as soon as- a great honor was conferred upon him The predictions of this gypsy are said to have corne true in regard to other members ol European royal lam ilies The King Las never shown the lightest fear of assassination and his personal recklessness has sorely worried those who are responsible lot his eaf etv One of the Kings treasures is a solid gold dinner set the most magnificent in the world It is rained at 4000000 and is kept nt Windsor Castle An other unique specimen of its kind be longing to Edward is the State carriage which cost 10000 In addition to being tha most ornate vehicle in ex istence it is said to be one of the most uncomfortable Queen Victoria never used it when she could avoid doing so- IlS it always gave her a headache The royal yacht the Victoria and Albert is said to he the finest pleasure yacht ever anchored A million ami a half dollars went to the building and filling oUt Right Education Fewer studlesin the public schools greater thoroughness in the great sta pies of every knowledgethese are de mands thatare significant Knowledge of Ihe language onespeaks knowledge of the geography ofTthe country one lives in and of the world knowledgeiof the nation of which one is the citizep and of the other nations these are indispensable The everyday man who has mastered these has a practical fonhhatieathntwIIlstanU himin good steaila lifetime Take these thjpee in their wider audnioro exclusive Bignjfl caHco and they include Jhuch Thoroughness is the one grea thing and there is notnn ihleUigeuth teacher in our schools who does riotrealize that today this horoughtiess7 is sacri ficed liPa uperficial knowledge of furtyleveh things that are practically no rent use to thep lilarrlJrti av Ing school Thosp who seekjjor er education can find it aftehaftl rjnt for the coinoohUiolpr a fethdIeatlioronalilyinastRretl are tbetJsldeVa f r tjinaniitonioIfaVvOhian O wants to put out a fire abe doesnt ti- J heap on oiland wood She throws X on waterknowing that yater quenches Jj fire WbenjtIomal wants 0 get t weHfrom diseases peculiar to hfts X she should not add fuel to the tire j hei1kawAc h j O JJJ8the digaath ydohot cure Itthe add fuelttfthe fire IerhaleRegulatorsho1J14be Ie tkenbycveryicrran rglrlho has the sHghsU suspicion of any ol the all menu which af I llct women ywralmplybo until thify take ItUI The Regulator is a purifyinga- tecigtheningterficwhch gets at tbet1otoI the disease and urea the cause It doe not drur Ihe it eradicate it ItctoCtialUnKOf the womb Itu and periodical uffer1ng1r prpalnfulm- eBstruaUon And by doing ajl this drix Vw y t1e- iundtvd oae aand whlihdra1l health mid beauty happiness and good temper from many a oman life ItIII the one medrbjv alt others Tfhich every woman should know aboa and use 100 per lirtilo at drag More trnt tot our tree IiIntated book The BraiJfIetd- Regui3Jor Co Af4lG Goooc3aE a Coming of Itan To portray a pageant that would rivalany ot the great Mardi Gras ef feats in New Orleans presented some difficulties in tho minds of the Cincin nati fall Festival directors but when the subject was chosen and a great Mystic Organized to take care of theI features Its success was immediately insured for the Queen City has alt the necessary pluck perseverance and inj ginujty and particularly the influence which are necessary in devising now electrical and spectacular effects The Pageant will be lighted throughout electricitythe first timo ever at tempted in the United States It will be seen on the evening of Wednesday September and the Mystic Order of ItanNicNic alone will have not fewer than twenty floats The subject will be Dreams of Childhood ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Bolt show losses In 1895 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II De Vanx after several years of scientific experi ments and study succeeded in isolatlngthe true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Berum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVanx Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 001 hogs hare been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hop treated with the tntitox1n thrive better and command a higher rrlce on the market than those not treated Company guarantees that the injection of their in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will caveat least 65 percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any former can easily adtnlolstertbt Aalltoxla Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six bogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemical Company 134 Van Burcn Street Chicago 2laprly Fall Festival Souvenir Cards People living in suburban cilies have hit upon an ingenious plan to get a collection of magnificent souvenir pos tals They are writing Cincinnati friends and acquaintances asking a reply on one of tile new Fall Festival Souvenir postals A Queen City IJlh ographing firm has issued a set show ing twelve ditTerent colored design They are the finest over put out in the interest of allY International Exposi Lion Dont be satiiiedwith temporary re lid from indigeftion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure permanently and completely re moves tills complaint It relieves per manently because it allows the tired stoinneh perfect rest Dieting wont Test the stomach Nature receives wnppliett from the food we cat The reliable way 10 help the stomach is 10 use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which di gests what you eat and cant help btt do you goodPerry Thomas A sensation has been caused in the East by the publication of A Kentucky Scarab by rittenden Marriott in the August number of the Pocket Magazine It is a wicd story in which Kentucky and Ancient Egypt are mys teriously joined together O O Buck Beirne Ark says I was troubledwith constipation until 1 bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint I recommend them Perry Thomas Yet it is warm here but think what it is in some places where n man can light a match by sticking it in a pail of water that had stood in tho san for a few minutes James White Bryantsville Ind says DeWittH Witch Hazel Salve healed running sortS on both legs lie bad suffered 6 years Doctors failed to help him Get DeAVittfl Accept no imitations Perry Thomas Just hear the Uritish grumbling be cause they have a maximum of 85 in the shade They owght to come over and get a taste of our climate and be grateful HAIlport Johnstown Pa 1Mrs Our little girl almost strangled with croup The doctors said she couldnt livebut she was instantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure Jerry Thomas THE RESULT OF DRINK ATime Table Written by one Supposed to Know ThjLitime8leapp5arJn t Star ifltH rptfHdidliia printed at tlie pen- Itentiary at JSingNj It wnl written bylfconvictr TtfBLACKf VALLEY R R Slandered Guagc International Line Chartered under the Laws of all States No Slopover Cliqcks No Return Trains STATIONS OS THH rAIN USE Av CiKWreUWifeVYn T30 a m rtiLv ModenttiorrFnllsTs f00 am L tipple1fsyileVvv P00 a m Lv TopersvlllodOOO a in LVirrlinkardVCmo 1100 am Iv Rowdys WooIu a m Av Quarrei8burkTi Noon i Remainsone IrourJaabnsewifp and cluldreim vVLv Ojuarrelshurg IrOO p in Av Lustylinicli115 p in Av Bummer Roost 13J pm Av 1heggaiIowli2i0Oi in Av CrlmioarsRendezvoiis 3M pm AV DehiriuinviIle i 400 p m AVjllattlesnakeJjwamp 600 p in AvJrlsonburgd 800 Po m AvDatiliGap brakes all off 1000 p m Av Dark ValleylO30 p in Passengers may feel some discomfort inhaling BUlpherons fumes but hover tnlnd there is no way to return Av Demons headIl3Op HI Dont set frightened at the dying groans yon may hear Av penIi ionhlidDi 1It Tick tsfOr sale1 by all barkeepers Ben Franklins Rules A Email leak will sink a great ship Fools make feasts and wise men eat them Buy what thou hast no need of and- wlOig thou BhaltBolI thy necessities rifde Is as lond a beirnar as want and agreat del more Baucy- vIt Is easier to suppress the first desire than to s1tsmfy all llpt follow it Creajtwi hAve bettor memnres IMM SeWsws Qr ifNHJa ttupeiwtiliow Net great oiijeTv f flit ifay and time Ityoii would knot vtu 6fnx n jgo and try to borrow aoin lor helhat piu raw ugKoeti sOroit Only 50 Centsto make your baby strongand well A fitly cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion- will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cent a day think ofit Its as nice as cream Send for a free sample and try ItSCOTT BOWKS Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and 100 all druggists Obituary We are sad to unto the death of Mr M N Forbes who thoIPhome nf his son Jl paac s near Vliite flail after a lingering illness ol three months He was in his 791 hear and was a devoted husband and father and a consistent member of the Christian church A purer anti truer man is seldom found His neigh bors loved him because he loved them tie was intensely sympathetic in both their jys and sorrows and his voice was ever raised in defense of those who needed a good void for to cue ever heaid him speak in other than terms of kindness It is so hard to say thy will O Lord be done Why it was His will to take him from us wo can not understand but some sweetdav ii will be made known to us All that medical skill could do and lov ing Learti devise was done to arrest the itis ase suit stay the hand of death but the Lord hud ordered it otherwise and as it was His will to take him from us we should be Bitiiieil It was all for the best He is an angeliiowfreo from all earths cares To the family we can only Kiiyclicrish his memory follow lila beautiful example and meet him wheic death never cornea and smarting is no more L F n THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INGENIOUS TUEATMEXT BY WHICH DKUNKAUKS AUK JJEINO CUUEU DAILY IX SlJTK W ThEM SELVES Xo Noxious floes No Weakening of time Nerves A IIrasant aua 1osilivu Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A hotly tilled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periodiral or constant use of intoxicat ing liquors requires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving for intoxicants Suffeners may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of times from business by this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many of close study and treatment of inebriates Time faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the must ohstinnto case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious menVIi YOUR HUS BANDS rillLDUEN CURE YOUR FATHERS This remedy is specithfordevised and prepared that it is thoroughly solnble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea orcolre 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 temperate men by having the CURE ad ministered by loving friends and rela lives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that they discontinued drinkinirof their own free will DO NOT W A I r Do not be de hUlled by apparent and misleading im provement Drive ont the disease at once and for all time The HOME extremelylowwithin reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others costing 25 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special advice bv skilled physicians when requested without extra charge Sent prepaid to any part of time world on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept C 959 EDWIN B GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia AM correspondence confiden tial imaylyr Chances in The South Chjinces in the South are equal if not better for every avocation that promises a living Its true there jsnot the gift of a quarter section of land but men in every line of business are in demand and hundreds of thousands of dollars are ready to be paid in return for common labor or technical skill Positions are more numerous than the men to fill them Factories and mills are being started where nothing before hut time bark of time squirrel and the crack of the woodsmans rifle were beard Truck gardens are yialding munificent returns the climate lit Jtalnhrious the soil fertile mountains rich in minerals beneath and forests of wealth above and what more is needed as an inducement to the homesceker McDowell Record Daily MalI on The Farm Though put into effect as an experi ment it issafe to say that the rural de HvdrjHias conic to stay Reforms do riot move backward and the public is not likely to give np a servlcA which has provon a vast benefit wherever in trrxluced When the farmer has his daily mail delivered on the farm and can keep fully abreast of current events he feels more like allying actor in the great human drama Augusta Citron icle An Editors Prosperity Our plea to delinquent suhscribersin last issue was responded to in grand style Monday In counting np time days collections we found three dollars in money SiX ruaEting eaTS a bas hat of apples anti one homemade cob pipe We will shortly take a vacation visit the PanAraeftcaa Exposition go to Europe and blow in time ret of the snmjner months TItle world Is full of encouragement sure Lancaster Record Oter seven thousand PI MOBS ftlretdy been grant e4 riM d bA1 i 5nired in time Spanish War nearl of tarn in th West lades Athe en tlrjj hrjwy foreo there fjii ICM than jam ltlouj Jbat if the ipqfoh had kept on a nlnp a little foriBijrpurjirmywoujil jiftVa been cx termtl1f Four More Years of Heat The New York Journal and Adver tiser prints an article npun time hot weather by Garret P Serving the scientific writer of Itliica N Y who says Time burning heat which during the month of July aflllcted time whole Unit ed States and was felt also on the other side of the Atlantic mill geiinrally throughout the Northern hemisphere was convincing proof of tIme fact thnt the earth is the satellite of a variable star Only on the assumption that the source of terrible heat is directly in the sun and duo to an extraordinary in crease in its effective radiation can time widespread and long continued nature of time present meteorological disaster be satisfactorily explained All astronomers know that the lace of the sun is blanketed with absorbim vapors while its interior is mnch hot ter than the glowing shell that we see Strip off the vaporous blanket entirely anti the surface of the earth would probably burst into smoke and flame in the instantaneous rush of unbearable heat that would be poured upon it Whenever as occurs periodically though not always to the same extent time solar vapors are thinned the heat from within leaps out through the weakened shell and strikes the earth and the other nearby planets as with a breath of fire from the suddenly opened door of a blazing furnace This is what has happened this sum ncr and the immediate agency that has flung open the furance doors und sent forth the destroying blast is the mysterious power whose visible man festation is the presence of black sun allots But it is a mistake to suppose that the sun spots themselves exercise allY direct influence upon time Weather ur that there must be spots on the sun whenever there Is extraordinary heat on the earth The spot are simply indicators of the suns condition resembling in that respect the eruptions on the face of a smallpox patient They tell the story of the suns internal convulsions and indicate somo of the places on its surface where the pent up forces are burst lug out For the next four years these gigantic outbursts will increase in fury and a corrcspondingserles of terrestrnl seasons marked by great excesses of temperatures sudden contrasts and ex- tra rdlnllry cyclonic disturbances will followC O Atlantic City Excursion On Thursday August 15 the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will run the last Atlantic City excursion of the season leaving Lexington at 1120 a in and 845 p in arriving at Atlantic City next day noon and evening respectively Through sleepers will be from Lexington without change on 1120 a in train Berth rate tolickets will be sold at 14 and will be good return ing 12 days Stop over at Washington on return trip will be granted Make your arrangements to go Write for sleeping car berths or other information to Geo W Barney DP A Lexington KyTale of a Cow A cow while being escorted from Lydney to Blakeney the other day en tered a house walked down a long pas sage and up twentytwo steps into a bedroom where it prepared itself lor- an afternoon siesta Time manner cf restoring it to the street was igenionr Another cow was brought to the bottom of the stairs anti the intelligent bovine at once descended the twenty two stairs to invite the new arrival to share its slumbers Then they were both shoved into the street Ports month Eng Evening News There is joy in the ranks of the American ladles who raised the money for the hospital ship Maine which rendered such efficient service in South Africa King Edward has thanked them addressing them as his dutiful and loyal subjects They are wild with delight and the other anglomanics ate green with envy COilled Look at your tongue Is it coated Then you have a had taste in your mouth every morning Your appetite is poor and food dis tresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres old and re liable cure ilYS illDont take a cathartic dose and then stop Bet ter take a laxative dose each night just enough to cause one good free move lfollowingYou very next day Your appetite returns your yourheadaches your tongue clears up your liver acts well and your bowels no longer give you trouble Price 28 reels drwggitte I have taken Ajvri Pills for W rein awl I consider then made One pin docs ae ther1tan telratoxofjla ever trIed Jra1IT Isuch iemn Arrla um Kaaa T4 rr ft 80th SemiAnnual C1eirnce SkOf the Reliable Clothing House of Louis Gus Straus f Leading Clothing House of Kentucky I4O Years of Honorable Dealings I Prices into Smithereens Cost not Considered Alfred Benjamin Clothing Included in this Sale 0Our 1200 1000 and 800 Suits at 399 0All J500 Suits now 999 500 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 350 now J24 JOQO Pair of Boys Wash Pants now 10 cents Flannelette Coats and Pants J99 Our 35c Undershirts and Drawers at 1 9cents Largest livingSpecialRichard Shryock Cutter LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY The Big Score We will kindly ask your kind cnmisitiermt Ion to be favored with a rail and same will be nppte ciated f C I T TH DIG STORE RICHMOND KYt Purchase OR BARGAINST77E have only been open in your city one week are confident from indi Yvcat ons that we with you to stay New Goods and Low Prices is what made us busy our opening week Our of uptodate Clothing Gents Furnishing g eJ of Shoes Hats and CapsI- s responsible for the rush enjoyed from early opening until closing hours In order to get acquainted with the trade of the city and county we will place on sale until notice the following articles at prices named Ie Ie 10 Men s j00 Clay Suits will sell for 3 25 Mens S800 French Clay Suits will sell for 6 25 lens 1000 Allwool Clay Worsted Suits will sell for 7 25 Mens 5500 Cassimere Suits will soil forl75 Mons 12 00 Cheviot Suits will sell for 8 25 Mens 12 00 Allwool Serge Suits will sell for 9 75 Mens S15 Suits will sell for10 M Mens 20 00 will sell for 12 75 Mens 500 rants sell for 3 25 Mens S3 00 Pants will sell for 2 00 Mens 2 00 Pants will sell for 25 Mens Pants will sell for 1 In Mens 100 Pants for 75 Six in the at the NEXT DOOR BANK Is tell your friends if not tell us and we will make it good and are line o we late Suits will sum will sell Mens S500 Shoes 50 Mens S350 Shoes for 2 50 Mens S2 25 Shoes for 75- Mens 2 00 Shoes for 25 Mens 25 Shoes for 05 Indies 325 Slices for 2 25 Ladies 2 ft Shoes for 1 75 Ladies SI 75 Slices for 25 Indira 25 Shoes for 05 Misses and Shoes at your own figures A fu stock of uptodate Shirts at 43 cents A big stock of Hats at the very lowest prices Yours for Low Prices and Kind Treatment days weekare Bargain Days Big Store Childrens pricesBoys The Big Store Main St Richmond Ky TO MADISON NATIONAl Ifyour satisfactory F HAVE present Boots further for3 THE BIG T QL What you see in our adyou will find it in our store L A LUXURY WITHI1 THE REACH OF ALP s AH Alike LION COFFEE is always the same One package is just luke another- It is uniform In every respect IT NEVER VARIES If you like one package you will like all LIor COFFES LION COFFEE is aot glazed or coated with egg mixtures and chemicals but is an absolutely pur coffee full of str tgt1 and flavor i0 5 Ijt fI t C qJ i I eray pirfws sli UN COfftt yBirwiH Awi fully flWMrated Mtd descriptive list No IteMMkeefM in fact1owoipnn ram boy otWU fait to h Ja the Mat some artIcle wfckh will coatribtrte lo tbSrhp4nmn- eatnett IOIi woieae ad ehey1My ws by aupyisttiag eat a certain aiMBberef Lon lknds frv ft the rnkjtowitfewo pgBjrta packages whIch tithe oely form in wbicUw VSaSUeJ MJ4 i JVr8e m 31 The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT Proprietor A D MILLER Manager R LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1901 PUBLISHED EVERY WBDNKSUAY BT The Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB COONTY JUDGE N B TUHPIN FOB cOOn KT J TEVIS COBB FOB 8UBB1VF JOHN F WAGERS FOR JAILER JAMES C LACKEY FOR CIRKK JESSE conn FOR KUIRKKNUTVK CHA8 L SKAUOV FOR SCHOOIiSOPBKISTKSDEXT J W WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAN FOR SURVEYOR S F KOCK FOR COBOXEB CLIFF SAMUHLS FOR MAVOB DAVID UTEVI3 YORPOLIOEJUDGEIi von CITY ATTOKSRT J TALBOT JACKSON FOB CHIEF OF POLICE J II ALL MAN FOR MA01STBATE D PAUMER CONSTABLIIif FOR COUNCILMAN COURT HOUSE t J W Balsa W L Leeds r CITY O T Wells E H Bjbee VIIIVIIRSITY C G Douglas W L Arnold KBXTCCKY Is coming in for a share of llr Andrew Carnegies philanthopy A few lays ago it was announced that ho had decided to present Covington with TrKo for a public library anti JlOW he has agreed to give Hender S25000 for a similar purpose provided that city furnishes a site and agrees to maintain the library which of course it Wilt do Mr Carnegie is doing a great civilizing woik in placing libra ries in various parts of the country in renoir of the masses and no where are they needed more than in the Ken tn ky townsvery few of which have even n public reading room much less a li lirhry Richmond might profit by the example of Coviugton and Henderson and not in vain appeal to the liberality of the generous Scot AT the annual meeting of tho Kentucky editors held this week at Madi sonville Mr Harry McCarty of the Jessamine Journal Nicholasville was unanimously elected President of the Kentucky Press Association an honor richly deserved and most worthily lIe stowed Genial Tom Walking of the CourierJournal was chosen Vice Presi dent and the inimitable and irrepres ible Bob Morniugstar Secretary After the adjournment of the meeting at Mavlisonville the editors accompanied bv their wives and sweethearts left for a ten days trip to Salt Lake City which will include stops at the IriIIcil put points of interest enroutem A SPECIAL census bulletin just issued gives the population of Kentucky as follows Males 10K227 i females 1 OJGJ17 Natives 2OSG9i5 foreign born 550510 white 1802309 colored 2848G3 the colored people including fiftyseven Chinese and 102 Indians ami the remainder negroes CONRRESSMAX CHARLES K WHEELER Padueab opened his campaingn for United States Senator at Tunnel Hill llardin county Saturday outlining his position on questions of Democratic policy and on public issues Tho speech is published in full in Saturdays CourierJournal CiFBronnerCo LEXINGTON KY j Do YOB Want A Bat Rack J If youd011 Herefs what You want N 1 l ilJg Salq piice r 1400 Jf5QRQ1ioi I1gSalQ i 1iNolrice30ON- o lOOS Remodeling Sa- lePricel600 No2034Rii de1ingJS lef Puce 1700f t liro 450Remqdeling Sale PriceLQQl- o 231 Remodeling Sale Price soo- CF1BrogrCo MAIN AND EPOADWAY LEXINGTON BY- M4117 AT Frankfort this week Judge Hazel rinr as special Judge decided a case of long standing which wiJlboof interest to every town in tho state The city had ordered sidewalks built the city to pay one third of the cost and the property owners the remaining two thirds The owners claimed that the city must pay all the cost but Judge Hazelrigg decided that the City Coun cil had the right to order sidewalks built at the cost of the property owners YOUR UNCLE SAMUEL Is not such a pauper after all if recent statistics are correct The stock of sold in the Treasury is the largest in the history of tlieSqvernment and is accumulating ai the rate of 4500000 to 5000000 a month Tuesdays figures wore 504 354297 of which 248658697 is free gold but including the 150000000 gold re serve Since July 1 1901 the stock of gold on hand has increased about 81 000000 PERSONAL Mr and Mrs H C Hargis are at Witt Springs Mrs John Turley is visiting her par ents at Winchester Mrs Widnoy Cobb is visiting her mother in Tennessee Dr L II Blanton was in Lexington Wednesday on business Miss Evelyn Smith Is visiting Miss Mary Lewis in Springfield- Mr and Mrs C T Ilig ins are visi ting relatives at Pineville Dr R M Phelps of Versailles visi lel relatives here last week Col and Mrs W R Letcher have returned home from Chicago Major Matt Adams is visiting his brothdrinlaw B W Turner Master McClure of Danville is visiting his uncle Dr H 0 Jaspar Miss Harriette Parrish is visiting relatives and friends in Danville City Solictor Walter S Bronston is visiting his sister Mrs G G Prowitt Prof C G Crooke Is spending n few days with his mother in Mercer county Miss Unsafe Miller left today for Crab Orchard to visit Miss Jean Buchanan Dr H C Jasper has for his guests hs kinsman Dr William Jasper of Texas Miss Mary Hall of Maysvllle is the guest of Mrs W A Laugford on High StreetMiss Lizzie Graddy of Lexington was the guest Sunday of Mrs II C JasperMrs S A Deatherago has returned from n pleasant visit to relatives at Lancaster Miss Janie Myers after a two weeks confinement with malarial fever is convalescent Mr and Mrs C M Shearer left Thursday for n two weeks sojourn at Slate Lick Springs Messrs Harvey Prewitt and Reeze Owings of Mt Sterling were in town last week Messrs N B Deatherage and J T Curtis have gone to Huntsville Mo to buy stock Kev 11 G Turner wife and son Lynn were guests of relatives at Georgetown last week Mr and Mrs W D Oidham and chil dren have returned from a weeks tay at Kstill Springs Miss Tinsley of Louisville Is the harming and popular guest of Miss Carlisle Cheuault Prof and Mrs S J Sanderson will leave this week for Carrolton Miss to make their future home Mr Walter Christerson and pretty sister Miss May are guests of their aunt Miss Pattie StepHenson Mr and Mrs John Fox arrived last week from Dawson Ga to spend several weeks with relatives hero Mrs S B Hume antI children let Thursday for Bay View Michigan ac companied by Dr Eugene Hume Misses Annie Bentley and Mattie Bicbardson of Ford attended the hup at the Garnett House Friday night Misses Lila Bell and Dovia Christian of Lexington were the attractive visi tors of Miss Addie Hunley last week Mrs Annie Clay Crenshaw of Richt mond Vat is spending the summer at her country home near White Hall Miss Bessie Dudley is at home after a pleasant visit of several weeks at Richmond and Old Point Comfort Va Miss Kiltie French attended the fair at Cyuthiana last week and while there was the guestof Miss Mary Cur ran Miss Blanche Nell who has been visiting her cousin Miss Dora Keff re turned Friday to her homo at Harrodr burg y j flfMIssesJffelen Ulaand fohnnle Ter rihIhavreturIIedIornefafter a deli ht VforTen n Mr IA Wallace one of Irvines leading dry goods merchants was here Monday and paid the Climax a pleas ant call Mrs 11 J Hayden and daughter Miss Sarah Hayden of Louisville are guesta of Mrs R BLittle on Lancaster Avenue rrof B 0 Hagerman President of Hamilton College has returned from a holiday trip to Atlantic City Lexing ton Herald Mr and Mrs McGuire of Shelby ivllle have been for thepast week the guests of their daughter Mrs Hugh McLellan Prof McClelland principal of the Nicholasville Graded School was an Interested visitor at the Teachers In stitute last week Misses Sue Deatherage Mayine Pick els Bessie Turley aud Minnie Dunn left Thursday for a visit to Crab Or chard Springs M stlames S G Humphreys and L S JohnstoneafLer a plea iut visit with Mrs C D Chenault have returned to their home Jn Woodford 2r William CornelUoh a former Madison County citizen but now n clothing mircbaut of Louisvillo is vial ting relatives in this county Misses Susan Untiioand Mary Little and Mr George W Picfcels Jr are attending Miss Elizabeth Robinsons house party m Winchester this week Mr and Mn W L Crutcher and EvsBSItcouple of weeks at Ito Lick Springs Mr and Mrs RIchardL0 MorgRH of West Third Street have returned from a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Clark Kellogg iu lUchraood Ky Lexington Herald Two charmlrigyoang ladles Miss Kate Smith of Rich oiHlaid Mnm Belle Deany of Liaeoln live fem visiting Miatt Katie Leecnghtol Squire J N Deaay LaQeutlli1We ord Biy Willbn SinwoM and JwallyV ot Kirksville Mo who are the guests of Mrs Sallie Rayburn leave in a few days for North Carolina to visit rela tives there Mr S V Rowland andjdaughter Mrs S 11 White and her children who have been hero ihe past month visiting relatives and friends left Thursday for their home in Danville Miss Alice Lloyd late principal of Madison Institute this city will not resume teaching this fall but instead will take a postgraduate course at the University of Chicago Mr J D Hamilton of Union whose sufferings from rheumatism took him to Marlinsville Ted to try the medicinal efficacy of the waters there has returned home and says he feels very much improved Mrs A D Combs was called to Richmond Wedriesday by the serious ill ness of her sister Mrs Ed Rowland who is suffering from eancer1r J Herschel Boggs of Wacc Tex has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J H Boggs Nicholasville Journal Mrs Tate of Madison county is the guest of Mrs T Q Ma4inMr and MrsCE Gibberi and their two little daughters Bonnio and Llzzret of Ford will leave the first of next week for Frankfort Michigan where they will spend several weeks Winchester Sun The Lexington Leader gives publi TohnIremembered in Richmond where ho gave a reading several years ago to a delighted audience yearsIes at College Hill and Pine Grove was here last week in the interest of the Union Central Insurance Co of Cincinnati Ho has not he says aban doned the minsistry but preaches on Sundays and talks insurance the rest of the week Mr A D Hamilton of Whynet Lee county who recently celebrated his ninetieth birthdAY is visiting his nephew Mr J T Hamilton of this city Mr Hamilton is one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of Leo county and is an interesting character whose reminiscences of the good old times are quite vivid and refreshing Mrs W II Shanks and Miss Willie Hocker are visiting iu Madison fill Misses Olive Baldwin and Anna Ben nett are keeping house at the Shanks homeDr W W Burgin wife and baby of Richmond and Mr Levi El der and wile of Crab Orchard formed a party to the Hustonville fair yester dav Stanford Journal Quite a swell german was given at Estill Springs last Thursday evening by Misses Stedman of Cincinnati and Lucas of Paris A number of local society people attended This popular resort is in the hey day of its glory this seasonand its rooms are filled with as large and charming a circle of guests as any summering placo in the South Prof S C Stevens business manager of the Southern School Lexington Kentuckys leading educational journal spent last week at the Teachers Insti tute here and reaped a rich harvest in the way of subscriptions to his valued and popular paper Mr Stevens was formerly editor of the Beaver Dam Gleaner and is ap affable gentleman who possesses the hapoy faculty of mak ing friends wherever he goes Miss Katherine Baughman entertained a few friends Friday evening in honor of Misses Ann Bennett and Olive Baldwin of UichmondMr S T Harris went to Richmond Saturday to see his aunt Mrs Harry Park who is critically illMrs J B StoufFer of Richmond Mrs J J Carson of Oklahoma and Mrs Mary Coruelison of Txmisville are guests of Mrs J K Vanarsdale Stanford Journal Miss Bell Bennettwho accompanied- by Miss Mary Helm of Elizabethtown recently sailed on the steamer Weis hand for Liverpool expects to be gone about three months visiting England Scotland and Ireland They will first attend the Holiness Meeting at Kis wick England and in September will go to London to be present at the In ternationa Missionary Rally and Con clave at which the Rev Dr Morgan a noted English divine will speak Prof Milton Elliott President olthe West Kentncky College at Mayfield iCy is here shaking hands with old friends for the first time in four years Prof Elliott was formerly principal of Elliott Institute at Kirksville this county He Is greatly pleased with his western Kentucky home where he has built up ono of the most flourishing In- stitutiOns in that part of the State Last year he enrolled nearly four hundred students and says his prospects are equally as encouraging for the coming year Prof Elliott is a fine classical scholar a thorough teacher anti a splen did type of Christian manhood and tho people of the Purchase deserve con gratulations upon having him for a citizen RELIGIOUS Rev II G Turner will preach at uudayRcjDto begin at Ml Zion church on Aug 8 aslpastorOwensboro to accept the pastorate of a large church in Kansas City A protracted meeting to be conduct ed by Revs Reynolds and Daucherty will begin at Flatwoods the third Sun eachdayannouncelint litSlatenext Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock RevTR Hubert who hiss been for naptistChurc1attIll to the Baptist Church of Lake City lnJhimministerial labors in a few daysJacks- on Hustler Rev Hubert was for a while pastor of the Methodist church of this city MARRIED GoonnicnJonNSTON Mr John Goodrich 32 and Miss Mary Johnston 85 will bo married today at llerea- BEoosroTNAM Mr Charles S JJeggs axed 41 a prosperous farmer of Ash land III and Miss Helen G Putnam of IJerea were married at the latter place Saturday You WoounisMr Gilbert Young and Miss Susie Woolums both of tho Red llousu locality were married nt CountyJdttgeMOKSECALVKKT Miss harriet Cal vert ehrter of Mr A L Cnlvert maim ger of the Lexington Democrat 1- 8JMrriedt ClnriawUi e Xr John JfaiM forrorfy of PtoicJOIfNxwXlwMrAnblrBl9D Difficult Digestion That Is dyspepsia It makes Hfo miserable Its sufferers eat not because they want 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 feelins of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not Tho effectual remedy proved by permanent cures of thousands of severe cases Is Hoods Sarsaparilla llonnB IILU are the belt cathartic merchant at Dreytns this county nnd Miss Lillie M Newman the pretty 15 year old daughter of Mr D JNewman of Combs will be married at the brides home Sunday HoLUNGswoirmSiiAnp Sir William HolIIiigsworth of Ford and Miss Lula Sharp of Eatlll county wore united in marriage here Friday Squire D P Armor pronouncing the ceremony in his usually felicitious manner BKOWXGOKDOX The Cincinnati Enquirer announces the engagement of Miss Caroline Lewis Gordon the re maining unmarried daughter of Gen eral John n Gordon to Mr Irvine Bishop Brown a wealthy New York business man Since the death of Winnie Davis Miss Gordon has been known in the South as The Daughter of the Confederacy and has made quite a reputation as a professional reader of negro dialect The wedding will be celebrated in the autumn DUDLEYESTKIDOK The CLIMAX is in receipt of the following announce ment of the wedding of a former popular Richmond boy SIrs Susan Estridge requests the honor of your presence- at the marriage of her daughter Blancheto Mr J Gordon Dudley on Wednesday August twentyfirst nineteen hundred and one at 830 p m First Baptist Church Shelby North Carolina The prospective groom is a son of Mrs Sue Dudley of this city and brother of Policeman Charley Dudley He was formerly Deputy Sheriff here but at present has a nice position at Shelby N C with the Shelby Electric Light Company His bride is said to be both pretty anti accomplished His many Richmond friends ex tend hearty congratulations DEATHS WOODRUFF The Berea Citizen chron icles the death of Mrs H S Wood ruff which occurred of paralysis nt Manhattan Kansas Mrs Woodruff was from 18SOS4 matron at Ladies Hall and a woman of rare culture and beauty of character PAnKMrs Mary Pnk one of the oldest residents of the county died Thursday at the homo of her son C II Park near Brassfleld Deceased was a splendid Christian woman and her death is mourned by a large circle of relatives and friends The remains were buried near Waco Saturday ELDER Mr and Mrs E V Elder have the sympathy of many friends in the sad bereavement which has befallen them in the loss of their infant son E V Elder Jr who like a tender blos seal was plucked from their hanpy fire side on by that angel whose name is Death But He who saidsuffer little children to come unto me for of such is the Kingdom o Heaven knoweth what itf best ansi in his promises the sorrowing will find comfort The burial took place in the Richmond cemetery Wednesday afternoon at four oclock Two Painful Accidents Friday while RichmondKanatzar of Vhitlock was driving near Valley View his horse becamojfriubtened antI ran away upsetting the buggy throwing Mr Kanatzar out He how ever held on to the reins and was dragged some dlstancesustaining three broken ribs and severnljpainiul bruises abontthe body With these injuries he was plucky enoughto walk home a distance of two and a half miles Mrs Talton Heathman ofNewby f while returning home from a neighbors was thrown from her horse which became frightened and her right arm was broken in two places above jand below the elbow Dr Davis attendedherin juries Lucky Richmondites Only two Richmond citizens were lucky enough to draw prizes in the great land lottery in Oklahoma last week and they were exScnator A II itStuartboth of whom were soldiers in the hat e unpleasantness with Spain Senator Stuart sent his claim by Mr T S Hagan and Vulcan his by Mr C D Chenault As the act opening the laud for settlement provides that Span ish war EoUUsrs were entitled to a quarter section their applications were duly recorded and recognized Mr Chenault who with Dr J C Morgan and T 8 Hagan returned empty handed says the newspaper reports of the scenes at El Reno Ft Still and Lawton arc not exaggerated and that life among these land boomers must be experienced to bo appreciated Court Day Monday was an exception to the average August court day an unusually large crowd being In town The rain which nobody however complaint of so glad were all to see it interfered with street business and trading was slow The scarcity of grass and other feed stuff and the disinclination of farmers to buy with no prospect of feed ing made the cattle market dull At both pens altogether there were not 300 head and prices were low ranging from 2J to 4c Only a few changed hands Thd mule market on tho roll trary was brlbk and at Gibsons stable headquarters for horsemen there were several buyers from a distance among them Patterson Bros and Berry of Lexington add R H Smith of Cynthi ana Prices ruled lower than last court and a number of sales were made at from 00 to S120 Kewland JonC8 sold- to Miss Laura Clay one pair of superior work mules for S240 Berry of Lex ington bought of Will Parkea one pair at same figure Patterson bought one pair forSlSO These wero tho best prices obtained Only a few horses were offered Coed Showing The following item taken front the Turf Field and Farm shows that old JybshhreWhite aired by Haxhall owned by W C Gorraloy this city We predict something good from Ithis illustrious sire before the season is half over I Billy Absbire chestnut Folding 5 Jullobj now owned by Capt JJrH7TuthIIIand trackntGoeheneditor of tire Turf Field and Farm wi eked to jirue him the last quarter of a theIMtthelaatquaiicr 41rrOr1a polo The watch of Capt TutbilL and Hint of Driver agreed with Ahorseto the mile will bear watching In the coming campaign Billy Abshire is by Haxhall soil of William L and Sultaness by Sultan darn Sally Ab shire by Vatleati sire of Iheile Yam 208 and he Is a very resolute golne chestnut geldine No puch high rate of speed at the trot was ever before seen in Orange coUntYthCAPT L BLO DELLt f Aquatic Exhibition at High Bridge The famous swimmer and noted life sayer will give one of his wonderful Aquatic Exhibitions on the Kentucky River close by the beautiful HIghsw Bridge on the Queen Crescent on Sunday August 18th A grand view can be had from the surrounding hills One of tho greatest water effects evor offered to the public will be theDBlowing up of the Maine A some aridcostly Model of the once beautiful ship will be on exhibition on local freights passing through all points between Ludlow anti Lexington Tuesday August 13th South of Lex jngton on Wedneeday August 14th Points on the F C Ry Angust 15th Dont fail to see it Capt Klondell will accomyany the car bearing the Model What thuForthVayno Morning JournalGnzette Monday July 29 1901 says of CAPT BLONDELLS PER FORMANCE The out of door attrac tions of the park were added to yester day by the performance of Capt Blon dell the celebrated swimmer A large audience witnessed the aquatic marvel in sonic seemingly impossible feats and his work is really wonderful It Is doubtful if Capt nIondell tins an equal He claims he has not and the specta tor must perforce acknowledge that if he has any equal it cannot bo a man but a fish Blondell deserves the title of great His performance is enter taming and it is also instructive Richmond People at Crab Orchard Springs Special to Climax- I left Richmond on the midnight train and in two hours was shaking hands with that jolliest of men the inacomparable host J B Willis who is up to welcome guests at all hours The moon was shining and I caught a glimpse my first of the resort that had longest lingered In my memory associated with thoughts of the famous salts that have brought back the bloom of youth to so many thousands of cheeks Hut no light except tho suns can reveal the beauties of this place bioeighttyfour acres A hundred blows upon the silver chime roused me from slumber at seven anti I hastened to bbreakfastguests early to the big dining room There I was cordially greeted by Mrs dhundredbreakfast a few moments wore given to the evening papers from Cincinnati and Louisville when in company with George Willis I set out for a recon noissance of the place First facing me was the 100000 threestory brick hotel twice as large as the big Hotel Glyn donflanked on each side by a long twostory frame hotel forming a capa cious twoacre court studded with old shade trees flower beds fountains hammocks settees etc The maui road rune directly in front leading to the pretty town of Crab Orchard five hundred yard distant On the left resides Col and Mrs J J Brooks form erly of Richmond The Springs grounds Inure a frontage of a half mile and extend backs almost an equal dis Lance In the rear of the hotel just fifty yards from tho kitchen Is the pretiest sheet of water in this section an artificial lake covering four acres Here I rested contemplating the possi bilities of fishing boating bathing tur tie and duck shooing in which I was prepared to indulge with all my heart Mr Tom Arnold of Richmond joined me in the sport and for days and nights we haunted the lake clear as crystal and from twelve to twenty feet in depth Wo captured turtles catfish newlights perch and bass and kept our table supplied therewith After tiring of this sport there was bowling and target shooting croquet and ten nis while indoors there weie for those so inclined dancing card playing ani cake walks to music by a mandolin and guitar club lint what of tho waters Seven kinds The famous Crab Orchard water three kinds of iron water the finest sulphur on earth salty to a grocand cistern These ara kept on ice in tho ollice fresh or may be ob fIJ1housesweary and worn humanity This place is an immense woodland crisscrossed with gravel walks with comfortable seats at every turn The people Madison doubtless feel as I did ofI Crab Orchard is zery far awayit four hours by Pike and less than two by railso close ansi so beautiful and so beneficial that I count it H great loss to all of ts who have sweltered during past hot seasons in sight almost of the most charming resort In all Kentucky Mr and Mrs Willis have had unlimited means wherewith to improve the place and I state after personal examination of the hotel register that they have nearly trebled the attendance lucre as compared with the past ten years There are about 145 guests here steadily while on Sundaysand Fridays the attendance is greatly increased The Richmond people here at present aro Mr and Mrs L R Blantoii and two boys Mrs Lizzie ShacKelford Mrs Thos Thorpe Mrs E VGibson Mr J R Gibson Mr anti Mrs W L Arnold and son Misses Sue Deatherage Mamie Piokels Bessie Turley Minnie Dunn DeathcrIaMr and Mrs T E Arnold Miss Belle Mardi and Mr Burton Farris Lave rej turned home There were 145itueslshereyeslerdayI from several tucky The tablefare is all that could be asked and the company of guests as delightful as ever got together Come hither ye weary and sickly and you shall be given health and zest CLAKESCE E WOODS Watch Sundays CourierJour nal for Crab Orchard letters WG DAY AT BEREA SuinfeY Sofcaol Convention Attended t Use ThHBand Pcopla Basket Dinnv ant iRleresltag Exercises Tho largest and most enthusiastic Sunday School Convention that eyer gathered In Madieon county WM that held at Bere last Wednesday Jaly 31 fully 1000people binR in mtcnd anes p of four eoaebw carrJudSSO Sunday School work n from ilw Tftfious Subbatb JOlthii city to take part in the proceedings which wereieterestiBK throughaat and deuioastrated that interest in the good work of the Saaday Soliool instead of waning is growing stronger every day Upon the arrival of the Richmond delegation at Berca they were wet at the depot by a Reception Committee headed by Prof L V Dodge anti ex ashed a hearty welcome after which ey were escorted to the spacious Tabernacle on the College campus where the exercises were held We take from Thursdays Berea Citizen tho following wellwritten account of the proceedings The Convention was called to order 03C a in and devotionalexercIses ere conducted by Boy II F Aulick followed by Prof Dodge in an opening addres A temporary organization was- ffected by the election ot Prof L V odgo Chairman and Mr R E Tnr i oy of Richmond Secretary tom mittees on permanent organization and resolutions were then appointed Rev H G Turner of Richmond who was first on the program was sick and unable to attend Rev J R lowell of College Hill gave a thoughtful address on the topic Anointing for Seryico Following Mr Howes Prof E A Fox conducted a twenty minute conference on Teacher Train- Ing It Prof Fox U an enthusiast in Sunday School work and fully committed to the doctrine that the Sun day School is the most important math tution in the world and he insisted that trained teachers are an absolute necessity The professor is a thought tul speaker and thoroughly equipped for his work The next speaker was Mrs T E Arnold of Richmond i she spoke eloquently forfifteen minutes on Methods of Primary Teaching This subject is of first importance and was clearly presented by the speaker urging upon eacliers the positive need of they themselves being living epistles for the children to read- Following Rev H B Zerno of Kirksville spoke on The Results of a Godless Childhood emphasizing the importance of training children in godly manner so that they may become good citizens anti that to neglect such training brings upon usall evils social political and religious that afllict the world The Home Department was the subject assigned Miss Nannie Leo Frayser of Louisville but she chose to speak to the audience throught the children Miss Fraysers portrayal of the typical bad boy not tho vicious oy but the sure enough boy whom no otis ran help loving was as good as could be The bad boy is oiie of Miss Fraysers actual acquaintances Her experiences with John have een unique but if earnest desire to ave is any factor in saving boy John will be a star in Miss Fraysers crown Miss Frayser jis a most won erful storyteller and her stories clear heart as tears of joy do the eyes A bountiful basket dinner served by the ladies of the Sunday Schools represented followed the forenoon sea e lan The afternoon program was made up largely of the reports of com mittees the electiion of county officers for the ensuing year the repoits from Sunday Schools etc Truly it was A Grand Convention the weather was perfect and fully 1000 persons attended The singing of Blest be the Tie that Hinds was heartily joined in antI the Convention adjourned sine die The Committee on Permanent Organ ization reported the following who were unanimously elected permament officers lor the ensuing year Presi deut L V Dodge Berea VicePresi dent V H Hobson Richmond Secretary and Treasurer Elmer Deatherage Richmond Executive Committe Miller Davidson Kirksville Miss Sudie Russell Harvey Chenault Miss Jennie Taylor W L ArnoldRichmond- A committee was also appointed from each magisterial district to organize a cooperative Sunday School Convention in each of the said districts to keep up interest in time work Those appointed on this Committee were Roy C White Foxtown Cassius VanWinkle Berea GriggaUnionH Mltldelton Knksvillf 010 18 m Bogie Million Williom Robe Yates The following delegates were chosen to represent Madison county in the State Sunday School Convention to beheld at Danville August 20 21 and 22 HobBonMnsRev George Ames Mrs Maria Lynn and Miss Luciie Crooke The Richmond people who attended the Convention are loud in their praises of Berea and its hospitable ritizene who showed our people every attention and were untirlug in their efforts to minister to our comfort and enjoyment BEREA From the Citizen Miss Anna Lindley and Lester Hid returned Thursday from a visit with friends at Greensburg Iud Prof Dinsmoro is in attendance at the Madison County Teachers Institute at Richmond Prof Marsh left Saturday for Beat tjrillelo attend the Institute inees sion there this week theLeeBeattyvillo this week Mr and Mrs I C Davis entertained evenitlJtInWorkmen have been busy for the LadiesHallpairs Burdettescaught in one of the saws cutting it very badly Chas Hanson and life sister Anna who have been on a trip to Buffalo placesreturnedSaturday Mrs Lou Hanson returned WednoB day of last week from a visit With friends at Greensburg lndandBracken county Ky bringing with AagaetaKywhowllttime forYaleYaleDivinityspeak nexd Sunday night attlie Seoead chnrch ZHnfaMS Oinaet 1MauR bylo l applications as they eaaaot earThererewediesDeafnCllldition of the mucous lining of the Eu gftilIentlrelylHaakeuoutcondition hearing will be destroyed euusedhyDtllWUeMIrfaces DeltaforHallCatarrhCHKNEYXTo4QSodyDrugiziMsc Rahls bseAUg7 Rich Juicy Plumbs Ripe For Your Picking Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our store Dim itsin the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in cdlorsT guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming oflaceete In Allover Lace Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard a Our Belt Department a Iscomplaleatvles come first so do MeKeeft Belts abeReliability should always be considered it is a specialty with us The dip or pointed effect is growing more pronounced every dRY In connection our Belt Department- can be had a most complete line of Purses Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be had in all colors and sizes Our line of Corsets Is complete In netting or summer Corsets at prices from 29c to Socandl0OT- ime G D Corset ono of the most widely advertised brands Is a very large sale with us G D Chicago waists at t 00 G D style 35c Straight front at 100 I connection Remember we belong to the Merchants Consumers Scrip Association which means money saved to you trade with us Respectfully yours Cor Main First St OWEN MCKE E Richmond FOE SHE FUILICLT premlaeatTuesday August J5t Located t corner of Oak and High Street and rrcinUj owned bjr Prof J T Akera The sonic tsA frame structure and contains sIx rooms front porch and excellent cellar The gardenfruitofRlchmcndTerma onethird cash onethird in six months and onethird in twelve month with interest A R DURHAM angTlw Richmond Ky Notice to Creditors George Critter et al FtOa SallIe libbs AndenooAdmrsc Dft J And Consolidated Action ZT Cooketal PtffT- homaAnderPOn TBI ic DTt This two consolidated Cannes are now re tiered to 8 E Scott Master Commissioner of the Madison County circuit Court and all persons bayIng claims against the estate of Saul Anderson are btreby notified to present the same on or before the list day of Auguit ItOl properly proren ATTEST 8 n THORPE C H C C 7ang4w Dissolution Notice By mntnal consent the firm of Douglas Bros on the fleet day of July not was dissolrsd C O Douglas remaining in the bnsinesa under the firm name of Douglas tCratcher S Z DOUGLAS SlJaUw C a DOUGLAS Dissolution Notice The partnership heretofore existing between J 11 Stouffer and J D Mose ley has been deesolved by mutual con sent AH persons owing the firm are requested to call and settle at once All persons having claims against the firm are requested to present same at once for payment J E STOUFKER J D MOSKLEV Uneedme Polish ff7MAs KICJCnG UNEEDME ii po va I5a I h1 QJ WW CtoM SHeec sodgise H the ww loo1t w dealre4WI with IRtto labor no dust WM titL09 r than anr tber polish Molittle U miulrad to 40 ttw work wHilst lovoftto Ik lInt Inttt aIL WJII Mil Serctek ltaUp la coo ieDUOlllL Uoata lea la lodonnd ttf lbs UM utbimrs If roar dealer don oo hsv It ucMaaami aad address tot tree sample UHECOMK PUSH ce Chatham Pa yijuly Gin THE BEST- PAPER Demueratsr TwiceaWccfcCJouricrJoonial The eqeal aany dailies aM the aspeitseef leieedWe4eatttyea silK Ir only 100 A YEAR NewtMaMersatoA Kberai cnaiinUrta to Agents aUforcoUR1o4iAL Ce LeukeNMX7- BY ICANRICHMOND CLIMAX AND TH- ETwiceIYIIt OilJa Both One Year IorOnJiJ 150 k AIwaysS4g1 Expirationiof fcr for MI nWar Rw tie Ribbons The denwn1 for Ribbons during tho past herppopularVelvetcan 1m lund in with our silk ribbons I creamlurveuimlr1 yardlii or I gandicB etc we are lenders Ladles Linoii Skirts at 25c Special for two muulyI afcCOcSl 75 and up vardBuggvcompleteItwhite p II at Boys Yacht Caps at 24c Linen Caps in all styles ranging In prices Itfrom 10to25c and you if Kentucky JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities s Also full line of Picture Mouldings and lIFrames fro tic ma the Tu READ TH7SL++++ + + IRVINE KY July 6 1001 MR GEO M WILLGING Richmond Kj lnrpIaiuttook the painters word for it and found that ho wanted to order the paint for mr mscL1ofand will want 3 gallons more for the setozud coat work I also sold a hill forto Mr E P Campbell the livery man of this place so I will ask you to slId m amidgallonsnt me1orfllllmnillis nni1 we will be dowu next Monday it being county courtsame and if you have not trOt it on hand or for any reason run lnatsomeauobliJtCThe George M Willging Paint Mixed Ready for Use always gives the best of satisfaction being manufactured and t specificpurposeGEO M WILLGING 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY For RubberStamps CALL AT ff+ TVYS OFFICE + H lf0 ILti G Peoples FriendI- s he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes f Bed Room Suites Irot Bedsr 7 t TS Folding Beds Rockers Couches Dmning rTabks Chairs Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W 8 OidhamC- or 3d and Irvine Ste RKHMONDr Jsiysiiy KENTUCKy ViC GENUINE MADRAS SHIRTSAn A great variety for selection The Shirt Sale of the year J915 1 Takes Choice of all Ourj 15 1350 1250 12 BLUE SERGE SUITS CHEVIOT SUITS FANCY WORSTED SUITS Worth your Attention CORHfR IlIIiBROS OTnlJR8c Jv Richmond WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 190U Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B PtonfTers Clothing Store tifebIf Lexington Horse Show Fair and Catnival August 1217 Square piano for sale Apnlv to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf MeRsra flalesMcElwalnecaptured four blue ribbons at the Cynthtana Fair lost week Tho Daughters of the Confederacy are requested to meet with Mrs Toyntz at her home Friday afternoon August 9 at aID oclock Gentlemen leave your straw hats to 1 e cleaned at H S Stouts the tailor 7aug2t Low rates and special train service from all Queen Crescent points be tween Cincinnati and Somerset and from Frankfort on the F C Ry Aek ticket agents for particulars Notary Public Mr E L Haden the popular Valley View merchant has been commissioned a notary pnhlic at that plarn Menfi straw hits made to look like new at H S Stouts 7ang2t Won Second Money Col Tohn II Gibsons beautiful black marc Henrietta won second money in the 220 trotting race at Columbus 0 Tuesday Leave your clothes with H S Stout the tailor to he cleaned and pressed 7aug2t Fish lor Lake Reba A fish par direct from the government fhh hatchery and in charge of Mr E J Vinson passed through here I richand left 275 black bass for Lake Reha Dr Harry M Blanon Dentist Of flee over Middletons drug store July 17tf Splendid Likeness Sitnrdnys Cincinnati Times Star vmtained a splendid likeness of Mayor Claude Smith whom it denominates Th first Republican Mayor of Richmond Low Rates to Louisville Via Qieon t Crescent Route account Knights Templar Conclave August 2730h Ask ticket agents for p itieulars WC Ulnearfion U P A Cincinnati 0 Foot Crushed Silas Wilcox living near Combs Mountain while hnuliiijr cross ties last Saturday had Ihn misfortune to let onu fall crnxhing his foot badly Am putation may tin n apsmtv Appointed Deputy Sheriff Sheriff H H Colyer has appointed Sterling McOuirn a Deputy Sheriff in the Milnry Spring section and the rowdies who have heretolorB tenorizwl that locality had better lay low A Hay Ride A dozen or more young couples en joyl a hay ride over town Vellne lay nitflit antI their murry laughter in the moonlight reminded us rf the lay when we too were young and foolish Elks Day at Winchester Tomorrow is Elks Dayat the Win chester Fair All the itd hhorin towns including Uirlnnnnd will send large delegation of the Bestj oplenti Earth to take part in the btg panidnfD oclock a in on that day Richmond Colored Fair The colored people of Richmond did Malison county are preparing to give a fair at the old fair grounds in this city The dates are August 29 SO and 31 E M Embry is President of the Asso ciation and C F Stono Secretary Lexington Hirse Show Fair and Carnival August 12 17 Tile Louisville Atlantic railroad will sell tickets to Lexington August 12 to 17 inclusive with limit for return 19th at rate of one fare for rOI nd trip 2t C M BROWNING Gen Mgr Drouth Broken The drouth in Kentucky has been broken by rains which have fallen in nearly every portion of the State mak ing Iho outlook for the late crops and tobacco much brighter Will the rain has come general drop in temperature Tendered His Resignation Mr J W Cole has tendered his resig Siujer1Ianlltacturin Mr M J Anderson of Berea has beeu appointed lila successor Mr Cole and family will leave shortly for hia old home in West Virginia to reside Honey Crop a Failure According to the Winchester Demo crat the honey crop tide season is al most a total failure The white clover 98MD81Therp many colonies of bees will dontHI ee have to be fed to bruit tbwrthWH the winter Our New PT Department Mens ++ and + Boyst 5 Guaranteed SHOESW- illbe f Opened Shortly 1 FJ IDllCQToPl The Climax Fighting Joe Will be Ther Fighting Joe Wheeler wjlfbe one ot the notables at the Elks FainniLex ington next week having accepted the invitation to address the exConfederate soldiers on Confederate DavGovB- ecklism will also attend First ol the Season 7 The first home grown water melons of the sensor were brought to townSat nrday On accountof Ilio drouth they were not as large as usual but what they lacked in size they made up in sweetness and found ready sale atjrom 10 to 25 cents a piece Prize Corn Crop Perhaps tho best piece of corn in Madison county is tho 40 acre field oT Mr William Arnold near this city Despite the recent drouth it looks ex ceedingly well and those competent to judge say it will make from right to twelve barrels to the wire Lexington Horse Show and Carnival Onefare round trip to Lnxington daily August 12th to 17th Queen Crescent Route See small bills for list of finest attractions ever offered in LexingtonW C RlXEAKSON G PA- Cincinnatib Holding for Belter Price Manv farmers of this county aro refusing the cents per bushel offered by grain buyers for wheat and very little of the new crop has left the county Believing that the protracted drouth has shortened the food supply they will hold for a higher priceon tertaining the hops that it will goToAl by Christmas For SaUj or Rent I otTer for sale or rent privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There aro eight rooms bath room and haUl and all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or address Dr G W Evans or the undersigned Mits SPEED SMITH JulylCin Richmond Ky Largest Peach Orchard In Madison The peach crop of Madison county will be enormous this year The largest grower perhaps is James Jones whose orchard of 1000 trees is on Combs Mountain near Panola He estimates that his trees will yield three bushels each At per bushel which is a reasonable price his orchard will be worth something like SUOOOto him thisryear Not Going to Lexington Mr H S Stout says that the report published In a Lexington paper that he would remoreto Lexington isa mis take He Is here tojstoy he says and has engaged tho services of William Hukllloiie of the best cutters in the Stato who has hal 23 years experience both iii ladies ant gents tailor lug After September 1st he will make Indies tailoring a specialty One Jailed The Other Escapes Tim Lakes of Roil Lick waslodgod in jail here Thursday charged with istetiling a still worm from A W Creek more lie was arrested by Stlrlinjj McOuire who tried also to arrest Lis Inothor Tom Lakes hutfiio latter alt er all interchangn of shots with Mc Ginre escaped The Lakes brothers are said to opiate a moonshine still near tho Jackson county line School Board Fills Vacancy At a special meeting held ednesday night fo r that purnsetepliYO it Clerk Fit jrnem ber of tho Boanl of Educution to suc coed A S Coyle drtvase1 The selection of a principal for the Colored City School will not be made until the next regular meeting which in next Tues day August 13 when Prof PrM ttutsell will probably be chosen Capt Dlllion Sells His Mine W It pillion Sone of Livingston have sold to C iptaiii J M Tbou1asiof- Ford their large saw and plnniu mill for 10000 cash Mr Thomas owns considerable timber land on the Upper Rockrastle river whjch wllbe rafwd to Lfving tnirand mnnufactureil to lumber Thistmill lisa been itlIort- wo years and its resuming operations will give employment to a large num ber of men 1 l i f Jb3 JI Improving its Propcrty v V The PlttmanoCoal C of PHts Ky of which our friend Apd forMer townsman Mr S V1towl is jteis eral manager is improviniiits ilW6 by putting in a scries of shyftlng y means of which it will h4abe tjpr duce twice as much coal as formerly This is the fist attempt to usthe shafting process in that section at1dI abowqilie proxreKsiyouess oftbis iHdcumpany J Charley Smith Ctesw a Big Lwnkfer Bel The CiactlliRtl EnqmrersaysYthAt Ool Charles E Smith formerlyof this city liutnow of Lexington oTiaat week to a etavn manufacturji fIrm ol Vienna Aastria twenty square MWeS of oak thiiWr ia Breathitt HHd ltwO- 4tcontl8 lOr J3660X cash tie ta tthe bEefrt tlmler dMJ thafhM been eoiwummattd to Kenluakv to wani awl B Mbt WivJBklip di HQrj t a Beauties Fr thill 1 Itsk a lIVeatbebtflowers tht canbe5produccde- 1Ii Our Floral Decorationsa- re beauties weposes vi and practice the neceua ry KNOW HOW lnar Ii ran1iEord era+aJfp j receives personal atM tentioii BELL The Floris- tS LEXINGTON KY HENRY L FERRYA- gtc j Bells Flowers Everywhere i O Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Kyl apr7tf Gone lo a Wetter Clime Jack Buckner better known Umbrella Jack getting tired of wait ing for ruin folded his tent anti like the Arab stole away last week in search of a wetter climate1 When list seen he was headed towardLancaster Mr Hamiltons Successor Mr Edgar Blariton has accepted the position of b pk keeper for D H Myers Co succeeding Mr Chas T Hamilton boon August assumed his new duties as individual book keeper at the Madison National Bank Mr Blnnloii Iason of Dr L H Blan ton and some years ago before his re moval to Brassfield was associated in business with Mr 11 verso Hurst Homo Insurance Co Directors Meet Mr F1I Hurst Manager of the Hurst Home Insurance COn of Millers burg was here Saturday to meet with the directors for Madison county Be sides hearing reports and transacting other important business two delegates MessrsWilHam Hisle and M FAr bncle were elected to represent Madison county at the general meeting of the company to be held at Mlllersburg today Made Money in Oil IDr Elmer Northcutt the oil king of Kentucky was here Saturday and dropped several dollars into our nxchequar for subscription the CLI MAX Dr Northcutt is one of the few Madison county men who have made money in the oil business and the Standard Oil Co would right now lake his holdings and pay him a quarter of a million but he has tooo good a thing to let go yet- Richmoed Good Enough lor Kin Dr H R Gibson says that the item in the Lexington Democrat to the effect that lIe was looking for a loca Capllaltwe QiIiMAX is wholly without foundation and originated in the fertile brain of some imaginative reporter He Bays Richmond is good enough for him that his practice has more than doubled in the past year and that he is here to stay Fox Hunters Meet A party of Madison county for bunters among them beingHarvey Chen suit Killis Deatherage William Hisle Charley Combs Simpson and Younger Norris spent a couple of days last week in the vicinity of Witts Spring Estill County They had with them about forty good dogs and reynard had to lay mighty low to save his scalp They enjoyedeera fine chases and will hold another meet at the same place in the early fall OBryan Bros Assign A dispatch from Danville says OBryan Brothers dry goods merchants have flied a petition in bankruptcy The firms liabilities are 5200 and assets 1610 The assignment was occasioned by a fire last spring hi which tIle firm insnraucfadjustmento Mr T C Onryan senior member ot the firm WBS formerly a clerk for E V Elder of this city and his many Richmond friends hope the firmwill soon be on its feet again Will go to Florida i The sale oi Mrs H B Hopgs hous hold effects nt her residence on Lan caster ayennn Saturday afternoon was v1L attended and fairly god prices realized As soon es she can arrange her business affairs Mrs Hogg accomyanied by her Itttle daugh ter will leave for Key West Florida whercTshe lies seeuredn position teacher in the Methodist Mission ScliooU While regretting to lose her her many Richmond friends wish her success in her new held of labor Increases its Capital Stock The Central Kentucky Cigar Co of this city has admitted a new stock holder in tho person of S Neville Moberley who becomes VicePresi dent The capital stock of the com pany is increased from 0000 to S10 000 The PrandcnniHl Club and Millers Havana Seconds are having an enormous sale and are among the most popular brands on the market The company now has several men on the road and is selling cigars to jobbing houses in Louisville Nashville Ilex ington andOwensboro Insurance Adjusted Mr Dan Riddell whose confectionery was recently destroyed byflreliaid his losses adjusted last week and received 000 the full amount of his policy Mr K J McKee was allowed 100 for dam ages to the building occupied by Mr Riddell Mr J W Cole who lost his house Hold effects abputiihoBarne timby a fire winch deeWbjMcl Dr L jfFraWa cottage ot 3Moberl vi avenue was given tluifu aniouui of his policy XJO and Dr Frazee was allowed 500 for dam ages to the houso Both Mr McKee and Dr Frazeo Xliirestore their dam aged property at onc H Th Ckrneief SlfeVf1 Fairstfbe HeMai Mt Sterling August 2124 The Street Fair Carnival and Mid way to be held under the auspices of tho Ancient Order of United AVorknien and the Red Men of Mt Sterling Ky August 212223 and 2f piomises lobe the greatest amusement enterprrse ever Inaugurated in Eastern Kuntucky The famous BostockFerari Midway Com pans of Buffalo N Y has been se cured for the occasion ami free attrac tions are the best money can ecnre Two grand parades on first and third Uaya Gow J OW Deckbaw leading the procession OH the thiri fojt L- omnidtioiis atreiwonaW rates can be cared Mtc id b 1iag hQI Fcctrslpratii on aJlrasiroads- Wr l Syetrv lor piemiuuv flitC I RlIIiRs M For ladies and gentlemen Great variety to select from Pikes 140 to 1500 new Steamer Trunks just re 4riceived Come and see them Travelig iBags Telescopes Suit Cases etc at right pri- cesNegligee Ii Shirts Ir i4Just received a fine assortment of new for MidSummer Come before best ones are goner stylesI Ii Cool Clothes I Stylish mannel SuitsI I Skeleton Serge Silk Luster and Alpaca Coats liJust days the things to keep you cool these hot CLAN1N 11AN0 = PRE88ING1 4We clean and press clothing ill best manner prices Prompt service at all times Try us once Covinglon anks IOF ALL KINDS OF 1MENS WEARs 91tSold His Farm Mr W K Denny sold last week his farm of 30 acres near Manse Garrard county Thompson Ramsey for2500 Prof Akers Improving Prof J T Akers whose condition was considered critical last week Is very much improved and his friends are hopeful of his tecovcrv Splendid Farm lor Sale Dont forget the stihTnext Saturday of the splendid farm of Mrs Lucy IS Martin near Paint Lick This is a very desirable piece of property Kee ad on fourth page Colored Methodist Church tobe Finished Work on the colored M E Church of this city which was suspended sev eral years ago after the foundations werelaid for lack of funds has been re sum d and the building will be pushed to completion at once When finished jitwill cost aboutv3000 Miss LetcherQoes to Ml VernonI Weflearn through Prof Ewers that Miss Dove B Letcher of Richmond will have charge of the Greek and Latin classes in the college this year We congratulate Prof Ewers on being able to secure such n splendid teacher as Miss LetcherMt Vernon Signal Hurt la a Runaway A horse drivenby Mr WillJennings and Miss Parks became frightened near C T Wells residence on East Main street Monday night and wrecked the vehicle Miss Parks who saved herself by jumping was painfully hurt sustaining several severe cuts and biuises Returned to the Asylum Deputy Sheriff Colyer took to the Lexington Asylum Tuesday Thomas King aged 20 years who recently cre ated a sensation in the East End by at tempting to kill iiis mother and sister King was formerly an inmate of the asylum but was paroled a short timo ago and returned home An Old C Bciy Honored I Hon John M Lassing an old C U boy has been nominated for Cinuit Judge in the Fifteenth Judicial ULttrict It will be remembered that he was ap pointed a few months ago to fill out an unexpired term As the district id safely Democratic his nomination is equivalent to an election New Building Projected at Irvine A gentleman from Irvine here Mon day tells ua that at least a portion of the burnt district in that town will be rebuilt at once W T U Williams the banker and Postmaster Thomas Wallace are each making arrangements to elect a twostory brick business house Roth together will cost about 5000 and will bo under one roof There was not a cents worth of iusur ance on the property recently burned and the loss which is estimated at 15000 falls with peculiar severity upon the losers Western Crops Not se Bad A letter from Mr N IJ Dealherago who is now in Kansas City Mo Bays that crops in the drouth stricken West expecte11tpfind the newspapers Cattle he says are not so cheap at the Kansas City yards as one wbulil third and there wero no first or s0coad class yearlings on hand Jlesay4 tut100initefl beyond Kausse CityeoheiW told tvery lry and rop are L Wferr but ail through iiiiliaiia Illinotk and Missouri the outlook IB quit promising ltYI Held to the Federal Grand JUlY Robert IJlythe colored who robbed the postofflce at eytontown this county July 5 was tried this week be fore United States Commissioner S E Hill at Lexington and held over to the Federal grand jury at Frankfort In September Elythe is now in jail at Frankfort Welcome Rain The first general rain that has visited this section in seven weeks came Mon lay beginning about 9 oclock in the morning and continuing uninterruptedly all day It came perhaps too late to help early corn any but lato corn las turage and gardens have been greatly bcnelitted Off for Owonboro 1 he McCrenrv Guards of this city forty strong under Captain L J Fra zee and First Lieut Joe Tevis left last night viC the L N for the annual encampment at Cnrcnsboro For tho past ten days the boys have been drill ing several hours daily and are in good trim to compete for the 200 prize to be uttered for the beat drilled company Colored Teachers Institute Time Madison County Colored Teach ers Institute convened Mondar at the colored Baptist church with Prof C W Reynolds former principal of tho colored city school as instructor About forty teachers are in attendance and tho session Is proving unusually pleasant and profitable Prof Reynolds will con duct three other instutcs iu neighboring counties this month Haggtn Enlarges His Estate Millionaire J B Haggin has in creased his holdings of Blue Grasslands to near the 5000acre mark by the purchase from Roger D Early of Fayette of 5C3 acres for a reported once of 55000 Tho farm adjoins the Ilaggin Etmendorf estate upon which its owner is erecting a palace for his young wife Mr Haggin is also reported to be after the famous Dixiann Stud now owned by Major T JCar ou Succcsslul Operation Mr Boyd Wagers received a tele phone message Saturday from Louis ville stating that his wife who wns taken to the St Joseph Hospital Fri day to be operated upon for appendicitis stood the opera tion nil right and was gutting along nicely Mrs Wagers is an aunt of Mr Elmer Deatherage and has num erous relatives nnd friends here and at Waco who will be glad to learn that she is on the high road to recovery Settled Amicibly An agreement has at last been reached between the consolidated Pres byterian University at Danville and the local committee relative to the school property here According to this agreement the grounds and build hugs with the exception of the Chan cellors residence and the residence formerly occupied by Prof Wilson at the north eastern extremity of the cam pus are to revert to the local alumni and to bo turned over to a board of 18 composed of Madison county citizens to have and to hold for educational purposes Arrangements will be made at once to open school at the usual time September but as it is ao late in the sea oa boW and no ftdvertMu or Bollritlng fata heendone the school will hv to dpeBdmainly oa local pfttrotMg A protCtta will tIe Is autl IMc fitting forth lucre deuqitely the plan of The school DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 5 e1 SOOSS IS S S SS S e OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THEj U f BUSY BEE CASH STORE Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond 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 S18 are now S9 to Sl1 Suits that were SlO to 1250 are now 050 to 88 Suits that were 750 to S9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits pantshaveyourboysWe mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as bia stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and r H the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring andsummer while this sale Iasts7 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 out many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt weII OLUHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IP NOT TELL US a a A First Street Fight At Lawsons saloon on First Streot Saturday afternoon James Sims the bartender and Sidney Turpin became involve in a difficulty which resulted in Turpins cutting Sirhs on the wrist Turpin was Monday before Judge Ilic and held over to the grand jury under ai0 bond which he gave and was released from custody Harvey Located Norris Harvey who is wanted by the authorities here on the charge of as 8R tilth lila niece Mies Malilda Stinnett has been located at Clover Bottom Voodford county and Constable Bert Dozier went there yesterday to arrest him That contemplates skipping the county in evident from the fact that his brother brought his three horses here court day and sold them at a sacrifice Solved the Caster Egg 1roblem Mr Burton Smith assistant agent of tho L A this city brought to this oflico on Monday a perfectly formed hen egg of a rich pink color Time col oriog is not the result of any dyeinj process as can bo seen at a glance but is Its natural hue The egg which is quite a curiosity is on exhibition at this office and the hen that produced it has evidently solved the Easter egg problem Parks Hill Camp Mccling The L N will run a special train nextSunday to the Parks 11111 Camp Meeting leaving here nt 730 a in Round trip rate On week hays during the camp meeting season one fore for the round trip will bs charged Iarks Hill is one of themost delightful camp grounds in Kentucky and some of the most eminent divines in the country are in attendance at these an nual gatherings Only a Half Corn Crop The report of the Bureau of Agriculture on the conditions of the crops in eulucky up to August has been issued It shows the great damage done by the recent drouth Only flftyfivo per cent of the corn crop will be made Tho small grain was not injured as it was in the sheaf Out of a ninety lime percent hemp crop expected on ly seventy one per cent will he rca lized and tho tobacco crop has fallen from an eightyone per cent expectation to fiftyfive per cent The fruit crop has also been hurt considerably Cincinnati Sunday Rales The regular biweekly Sunday excur sion Queen Crescent Home Sunday August 18th All the summer attrac tioBti of time QUTOH City Tire open Ask ticket genta for rates and time of traitw- V X RncKiBfiox G PA i eit it O ItenNMrtkr Ieia haS beMa jwt Mrajt in a bgwltht1Sf qt ulrgftaUtnotuers things Teachers Institute Closes After a most interesting and profit able five days session the Madison County White Teachers Institute con ducted by Prof J C Willis came to a close Friday afternoon Every branch in the common school curriculum from psychology to primary grade work was fully discussed time teachers tak lug a lively interest in the debates Among those who were most active in the discussions were Mrs W H Miller Mrs M II Berry Mrs David Chehaiilt Mrs I ula Turner J Harry Heiulren G F Brock John Noland Louis Sand lin Peyton Cain and Misses Harris Tudor Evans Green Faris Duncan Ii ertEdwardBPowclScrivncrUobd d Francis and Jones Prof Willis talks on psychology school management fcc were very instructive mill helpfuland many new ideas were carried awny by the teachers to be put in practice in their schools this fall The open see sion which heretofore has ben such an entertaining feature of the Institute Well omitted this year much to the regret of the town people uianyof whom were unable to attend the regular day sessions Just before adjournment a lively discussion WItS precipitated by the introduction of a resolution to change the present trustee system and substitute a board coextensive with the magisterial district this board to em ploy teachers and with the other his trict boards to form a controlling hoard which operating togetner would have general supervision of the schools of tIm county The resolution aruu ell n heated argument Prof C F Brock who reported tho resolution champion ing it while Proto J B Harris anti others were liS strongly opposed The matter vas left open for discussion until the first pay day in October and then if a majority of tho teachers favor it a committee will in all probabili ty be sent to Frankfort this wInter to make an effort to secure some lexisla tion on the subject The County Teachers Association was reorganized and the following dates selected for holding the various district meetings Elliaton August 31 at Bybeetown 2Union September 14 at Brooks town 8 Yates September 28 at Bear Wish low 4Million Oct 5 atNewby 5 lirkevihic Oct 20 it Foxtown Nov 7lIt11t Pleawmt 7 Glade Nov Hvnt Silver Creek- S Richmond Nov SO lit Caldwell High School steJCthlll Ccuzh and Works c2 the cord Laxative Iromo Qiiniue Tablets cure cold in one day No Cure 00 pay Iriiu 25 cents Time greatest event in hens life in md p of mi em lIlItIpIttld 7ft Sims A OOLD XX WfjfSJLT tab j4xths Rrontsa Quui4TM4 All tiritgftUtB refund tile qfUtfl- nlito cure K W Grove i1eiisttri itt ltNhbo 25 cento rr re MADISON INSTITUT i8 tw RICHMOND KENTUCKY A High Class Eoarding School for Girlstj J W MCGARVEY JR PRINCIPAL bul1llIngtutions of the East Terms no higher than those of any other firstclass school nor of many inferior ones Send for Catalogue jullOSw For SaloJI A fine jersey cow pnd calf For particulars call on J Dr Stouffer Sjulytf The man who hiss nothing to do can generally be depended iipon to do it Dr Whites Electric Courts Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building Mai ORHA C HART State Agent 27feblyr A man always finds it easier to for give a pretty woman than a homely one I fe l all if I should fly to pieces Mow often those words are on n wo mans lip They express to the utter most the nerve rnk condition of the body which makes life a daily ruarlyri dom If this condition has como suddenly it would have been unbearable But thifl transtion was gradual A little strain each day ou lime nerves A little more drain each day of the vitality Any woman uould tit glad to be rid of Mich a condition Every woman tries to bo rid of it Thousands of such women have been cured by Dr Pierces treatment with Ida Favorite Precrip tion when local doctors had entirely failed to cure I Favorite Prescription contains no opium cocaine or other narcotic Every timo an argument gains you a newlriend it losses you two old ones 8 W Thb len tara Is on erery box of the genuine Laxative BrornoQuinirre Tablet remedy that rurca a cold In one tiajr God patience midiireib even the parents who tell the wonderful things their children do- TttCrSalt1tbOdtu and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inch Insl1ntJralluycdhv3kin Ointment zany very bad aeca hdVoteeapennaBeatIy cured by it It ia equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples clwfped haMs chQblaifie f dwqaia son eyes 9i eta 181 box Ir Cwljtt CMHlttiM PftWMaft jaI laats bone aeeds wka laWWMdttfoa Tonie Uaed Miriieca- ftnattoge They IN wot feod tot lDtIopItaboneJe per packa SOKETEINO NEW They cure dandruff hnir falling ntad ache etc costs the same as an ordinarY comb Dr Whites Electric Comb worldPeopleduced are Wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is simply unbreakable and is 10breakten guarantee to give ptrfert satisfac tion in tray respect Send slamnpa for one I ulies size 50c Gents size 36c Live men and women wanted every when to iutrolllwl his artllle Sells on sight Agents are wild with sucnwr See wanted iiollnn in this paper Ad dress ft N HOSE Gen Algr Upcntur Illinois 27feblyr One little song of hope in the storm is worth a whole oratorio in the nun shine A Sustaining Diet These are the eneratln days when assompttody hasaidnien drop by the lieddawnedto people whose systems are poorly inliereaders that the full effect ot Hoodn Sunapaiilla is such as to sngsttt the propriety of calling this niodicihe some thing a blood purifier and tonic say n sustaining diet It makes itmhch easier to boar the heat assures altydoubtof year July 10 In Maclay seems to have pulled the Ill lars of the Naval temple about himself in line style Free New Cure lor Eczema Anti skin eruptions IlEMIOKS E 1 ZEUA CURE and REMICKS PEPSIN JILOOD TONIC have never yet failed to cure FREE TRIAL Write tonlay tho samples are free Havana Medicine Co 1124 Locust Strict St Louis Mo Fur sale by U L Mi dql ton 5jniiely The only successful way a woiiian can chase a mat is for him to chase her DO YOU WANT To soil RKALESTATKtInor rOAL STOCK Olf 000Ipc iXV YOU WANT to buy or wtrKw w aer kind nt pmperty Write ina with all hte llltflk larA a8 I inay li able lu bshiyia Mkesa I MN Luck Hex 475 VhtarlotoU W Va 1dee1y Ii 1 E4J BEFORE FrI Ft5r sale by Stockton NERVINE EasUQulckl Perm3Dentl RestijedZCTwt VltilltTi Nerrnna nobility Inaoranla Falllnc Memory ad JI Wanting DlwAMi and all Woatnoues nunltlnc from early or later ft pr box 6 fr S5 Mailed taaniaddretsonrectiplblprica 110 1s Atudjcmo co ft1aul IIagan Druggla decl91y i EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enhtvgednnd rearranged It is the neiret paint to the tfBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and uUEastern markets if Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention pwl JwcIoes SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr Ttie Soutka Mutual Muni Co OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead Company is nearly 8 years 01c1anel has a greater premium income to the business in force than any life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living Beneflts 562000Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 365000 Anyone desiring an investment yield large returns during life thIs Company offers special advantages H SMITH BOWTVmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY 1MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky Jfijffp S o fllkJr4ku I August S2 13 84 35 16 and 17 1901 33OOOOD VIGOR EMEN PITTSBURG CENTRAL STOCK YARDS fti1 1 IOTIING V 1 riAlblE t S GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AUG 14 1 5OOOO AND ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever EXCURSION RATES ALt RAILROADS SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG PARTICULARS EW Secy LEXINGTON KY C E SMITh Pies F E BAIRD Sec and TrensJ L WARE General Manager J Thi GU uu y SUr y o Incorporated Ie Offers you the best On the Market The BEST because it willmake you the Money 4+ l441 cTceues Tho PLMUM3OOOO I 1ltlBIT8tiE5OOOO I GRAND INCLUDINGI ALL SHANKLIN 4tCM Jskon INVESTMENT CONTRACT Most It is BEST because jthere is no high ratio 3 I business on our Iw Books ItS It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer soar than in any other Company MAGNETIC Ifor t i lS Tlrtual1Oronnd jA trial will prove the wisdom ot an Investment in The Jefferson jf SHOME OFIICEINo 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED 1866 OEO W MORRIS Pres WW HITE Vice Pres TH MUTUAL LIrE INftANE 0 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office LousvIIeKy JDatidJUerrJweUier Joe Petta TrrH JBSteadninMe4IcaI Director UfnryAlIodj t Bopt Agencies Kentucky j Admitted t4 AmieU Dec SI 1930 S30U7U M bUt U9 Dee SJ l9tZiO9 13 rriIncrease ia Surplus so74 32 UXCCM Income over expenditures II 1 lasurance la Ferce Beceiaier 31 In J HVJCENNEDYf Spec Ageig Cra SJJTRICHMOND KY ute State News Maj E H Radnor in charge of the Govt river work in the Cincinnati district recommends an appropriation of 200000 for continuing work on Ken tucky river- Workmen have begun the job of tea- inJl out the old tunnel on the LNlI- ear Carlisle About three hundred men will bo employed constantly for about six months to complete the un United States District Judge John Watson Barr of Louisville suf fered a paralytic stroke of tho right side wiiile m tho oflice of Mr D W Fairleigb Ills condition is not con sldered critical Gov Bradley was up from Louisville Monday returning that night He is delighted with his new home but says the heat is awful III maybe hotter said he but I doubt it Lancaster Record Young Lloyd Brecklnritlge grandson of the famous Keiituckian committed suicide in San Francisco in th Tevls mansion He was a nephew of Hugh Tevis who recently died in Japan dur lug his honeymoon Mr P D Converse of Plain City Ohio will visit Nicbolasville for tho purpose of seeking a location for a strawboard manufactory It is his purpose to install 15000 worth of ma chinery but asks an organization of a stock company and 20000 0Theers met in Frankfort and organized Mr Allen Eo Smith of Louisville who was Secretary of the old commission was reelected The commissioners di rected the Secretary to notify the State Central and County Committees of the two dominant parties to mak1j recommendations for county commis sioners IThe Lexington Oil Gas and Mining Company which holds leases on large tracts of Vayue county land will begin tile work of drilling at onco At a meeting of the Board of Directors an assessment of half of the sub toeribedManager Charles E Smith will leaye at once for Marietta Oto close a contract with experts who will drill the wells R A Burnside Judge of the County Court and II F Parsons a member of ills court of Lancaster engaged in an altercation at tile court house over the measurement of somo rock in which the former was considerably bruised about the face Bars a special to the Lexington Leader Arrests followed Hiid a small fine was assessed against Judge Burnside in Police Court LAND STOCK AND CROP Mary land peaches are beginning to arrive in small quantities The crop this year is not as large by onehall is the crop of last year Ualtimoro AmericanA deal of wheat has been fold in Versailles during the past week at from 60 to 62 cents Probably wxty per rent of the crop in Wood ford has passed out of tho farmers hands Woodford Sun The Robineon White lands 482 acres eight miles from Lexington on the Muir turnpike were sold at an average ofI 67 50 per acre Matt Simpson L JIuir Capt J H Carter and W LI Hughes were the purchasers Forsylhe Curry have bought about 10000 bushels of wheat at Burgin at 54 to 55c He says the crop is not showing well as to quality Mr For sythe has threashed his 125 acres and it averaged about 18 bushehsllarrods- burg Democrat B F Sanders Co bought 50 hogs from G W Robinson of Mercer at 5c to be delivered Sept lOthB F San ders Co of Harrodsbur shipped about 800 lambs to Watkins Carutliere fc Co of Louisville Tuesday The en tire lot was bought in thatcounty and cost from 2c to Ic a pound Shelby Record Dog Days Sheriff John L Forsythe tells us that dog days began yesterday and that there is an old weather saw that if it does not rain within three days after they set in it will not do so for 40 days As all signs fail in dry weather let UP pray that for once at least this one will not materialize Harrodsburg Demo crat From tho hullabaloo over Bob Evans interview in regard to those insurgent signals at Cieufuegos one would think that the facts presented were altogeth er new Yet they were printed time and again two years ago and were never questioned Tho public has a hort memory A French physician has pointed out that the antimicrobe war can go too far often In kilting the harmful one we also slaughter the beneficial ones and thus make ourselves unable to re list the attacks of disease against which they delended us Its hard to tell what France may tr may not do but we will wager that she wont put Louis Napoleon on the throne just yet awhile anyhow THE RACEDo- esnot depend on the start but on the finish Its staying power which carries many a runner to victory Its like that oUilltheburst of speedwliich seems to assure victory Presently be begins to falter and at Jast he falls and fails The cause 1 Nomanisirregularenting lThso grows weak DiscoveryCuresorgans of digestion and nutrition It strengthens fromwhichMedicalDiteovery narcoticsAccetry s no medicine Just as good for diseases of the stoaachadallKd onpM piqnie4 utadtWtltey ever es Alter trythsev en 01tne4it1ILDr iI j s XWORTHY SUCCESSOR 4SeMetklaANew Under the Sun All doctors have 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that annoying and dis gusting disease It cures all inflamma tion quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when netrlected often leads to CONSUMPTION SNUF FLES will save ou if VOlt use It nt once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is positively anyformdirections which accompany each pack age Dons delay but send for it at oncet and write full particulars as to your condition and you Will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond tho recnlar price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept 0959ED WIN B GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr It seems to us that the Ohio Demo crats who aro bolting because the State Convention deserted Bryan aro com milting the same act for which they so roundly denounced the gold Democrats live years ago They forgot that Bryan is not the sole test of party loyal tyhow ever dear ht may be to most Democrats P T Thomas Sumterville Ala 1 was suffering from dyspepsia when I DyspepsiaCure DymtpepsinCureall time natural digestive fluids It gives restorinltheir0Perry Thomas What is the wheat or cotton crop of the country compared to the apple crop which in 1899 was valued at S430 000 000 nearly 50 per cent greater than either of those named Corn was the only American product that excelled it though hay nearly equalled it If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications LilliThe Post Master Ueneral should not glorify too much in the apparent im munity of the Philippine postal service from thieves It was just after he raised his song of triumph over Cuba that Neelys frands came to hislit Eruptions cuts burns scalds and byDeWittscure for piles Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you got the originalDeWitts Perry Thomas At last Schley has demanded a court of inquiry Only retired officers should bep1Icedon it for only such can be en tirely free from tho influence which the Navy Department will throw sostrong Iv against Schley In cases of couch or croup give the little one Ono Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will he all right in a little while It never falls Pleasant to take always safe sure and almost instantaneous iu eflec Perry Thomas Why does not the Navy Department demand from Sampson an explanation of his failure whether by neglect or willfulness to impart to Schley the signals agreed on between himself and the insurgents Ho knew them when he sent Schley to Cieufupgos hInd he not impart them Was it for the same reason that later compelled the newspaper boats to take to the Brook lyn all the news of the fleet she being kept in dense ignorance by the flagship President G Stanley Hall of Clark University pays an earnest and en thusiastic tribute in THE OUTEDOK foi Aucust 3 to President Gilman who has 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