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I tJ t TIiE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14 1901 NUMBER 12 PROFESSIONAL CARD- SATO1ETS RW MILLER JtTTOftNYATLAW- R1cIIwocD KBICTUCKY Office n the Burnira Building next door to arnier Ktiopjil Bankfeb3ly J A SI7AtORVAtLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over SUite Bank Trust Co opposite Court 1Ionse on Main itreet j o DlL CHENAULT ATTORNEYSATLAI KENTUCKYRIchMOND Office on Second street over Chen Tilts grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatrLaw KENTUCKY RICHMOND tSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY womce aver Thunnan OrOcT1 Campnya n PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND iS and to Secbuilding Office in thf oe Ccflim tad Street ove White old drugstore 37 CHItS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty oraceat stable corner First and Water Streets Richmond Kyapr71y H 0 JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Irather Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway KENTUCKY RICHMOND 7 EVANS M D Gw PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMONDENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY DT e tt QnSQ tlRJfTIST OF LoolSVtLLB KY aOfflce next door to Government Building BlchtnSnd Ky Omce hours9 to 121 to norl7ly Dr Louis H Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No llli Madison Arenne Covington Ky will be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY AUG 14 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond KymayllyPractice limited tO the disease of the eye Our Goods 4r2 Our prices Compel you to tradewithis when you give us a trial fte past fla ra 1 lli1mD nni1 The ladies cannot be decehed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest upto date goods Is that what you want If so trade with WnlteAND GIDSOn I am agent for the Page Wire Fence eA And will tell any amonnt wanted Keep car loads on hand at all UIIea Also pure bred Durock- Jersey Hags for sale J TCOY Kirtsvlllc Ky VILEY THE CTAILORM- akes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of 1MO RTBD FABRI From New York and desires to make you an upto data SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes lila house tarns oat HeHI easily the equal of Wakh WiEtteror any tailor west of New Yerk t1 TRY HIM J1jI W S lLEYt MAIN ST unpyergg I1eii- YL cuW OCC++ JEWELRY + JrTlie largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and ++ Swiss Watches also s Diamond Setting and fine by4tI also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Design ing done by a fine Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto la RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY IStebly N JAPANESE pI E- CURSofBUProslTOUUS PUcaorwhtcltarereiuianj in loath ann cMary Why enduro WrittenOuarnnteobentflureceTea KtoanU ll a box 6 fur IS Sent OTmalL BoxCONSTIPATION REOUIAT0aandto tate eoreclal1rlIdaptfJd fOr children up tO trtjp1JepaucooFor sale by Stccklon Hasan Druggists tJlllli1Ill iDfllj Successor to J W Aibilll liner M anJ Sale Staile IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mchZMy KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in WJjP81prBIl for Summer and Fall trade Comprising many t pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices ar- eJust Right 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 THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator 17jantf PHONE 75 SOUTHERN RtIILWIlY ON KENTUCKY 14sesed Sekidili li lust May to IIOL UTDOUHD No L No 6 N iTIxmt3Till 74am 400pm 74pra- Ar 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2 pDt JeT JCksoCVflle pi 8Mgi 1O000ta- LT CatI6noog MIJia 6 Ar t1ria1mgke IL4IMM Ar Mertdia L J Ar New Orlsita 8 No 3I11h sIeipin4aJ Lois1IeL- IeO1 yla Lu1n Ma ifree ObfVOS WL5I MIAxlli Oe NfMoNena e SrI4CSBgtOC LOi5YIIIa o J 1inr Bir14gka 14 IkyiII Tie LpxiaLOa All traIi Mw LeulnU Miei aM- BirgtedaUY Be4ws VeiMlbU4 rceWW N es II d 144Ily4oc aM 4sL1ysxeeadsy 1 Vue fIOIIS Xi3A aM rvtedSll7 xop I er RI 4- G4NoMPG3LJi Z x iIJ- tWhIVQ WthI14S4OL L- QTjrvRLGPA wTvwLAaPh yPUQ THOMAS JEFFERSON Speech of W Reed Embry Valedictorian of the Law Class at Centre College ThisYearA Splen did Effort Thomas Jefferson was tho subject of tho speech delivered by W Reed Embry valedictorian of Centre College this year It was a very strong speech and at the request of many Madison county friends the speech is printed in full Mr Embry is welt known here and certainly no young man has a brighter future Thetollowingis a copy of the speech- A great statesman is a Nations pride An unselfish one is its choicest blessing find a man who loves his country more than selfaggrandize wh2willcitizens and their posterity for genera tions It Is a man of this character that I shall attempt to portray to you His avowed purpose upon entering public life was never lo attempt an jthing that was solely for his own benefit And to this principle lie adhered through all his Iublic dealings Upon entering public life bo was a man of considerable means but at its close he was practi catty a bankrupt and it was only through the munificent subscriptions of his beloved countrymen that his last days were saved from abject poverty When I say that this statesman was the author ot the bills in the Virginia House of Burgesses abolishing the es tablished church the law of property by entail also the founder of the University of Virginia some perhaps n W HEM HY Valedictorian of the Law Department may not know of whom I ppcak but when I say that be was the author of the Declaration of Independence every schoolboy can call his name for the name of Thomas Jefferson is forever linked with the birthday of this RepublicWe these truths to be selfevi dent Chat all innn are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights that among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness This sentence in the Declaration of Independence covers the wholeground- of the rights of humanity That all men are created equal is the principle upon which our Government is based and whenever it becomes overshadowed by towering wealth and ambition it wilt mark the decline of our free institutions But as long as the flag of equality is flying at the mast the ship of state may steer a straight course through the dangers of foreign or domestic strife to a serene haven of se curityEquality ainong ncn as spoken of in that magnificent document means that an honest American citizen in the estimation of tho law is the equal of any man on earth be he lord prince or potentate It means that the honest man iu his humble cottage whoearns his daily bread by the sweat of his brow is the equal iu right and the equal in dig nity of tho mal who sits in a marble palace and clips the coupons from his per cent bonds It means that a fearless young gun ner is worthy of any position in the American Navy to which his bravery intelligence and integrity may entitle him even though he may not be a grad uate of thp Academy at Annapolis or well versed in the etiquette of calls and piuk teas So much for the bills introduced by the Declaration of Independence for to one who has studied that remarkable instru ment in all Its various details it needs neither argument nor commentary It speaks for fleef hut it is of the bills introduced by Mr Jtlfeisou in the VirginijtUoufccof Bur gets and posed bj thai body to which I wish to inviiecbpeciul attention In order that we iiinynioro fully Every woman Ta the country ought torjcnowrabout MoilierS FrkR4IT- lve W do knp aboutIt alongwltboqtlfmany a de Ibtspreservetl her girlish figure suffering1 It is an external linU nt nndcanic iUhrefo e upsettIngthealf ftit agt to doJ lt is to be rHbSs3dintotke abdomen to soften Audatrt1thj4u the imsscle4 whkh- ara 10 ar1aestraa Tiuiaeans rnuchiesa It tso prevents mfafa sickafess and ofptcgnancyArr have sold it large Quantity of Mothers Friend and nave never knows ah ice where ft has failed toprodtMi the good roftlts claimed for it A prominent lady of Lam aiyirjjidftika4 to 30 Jbenw After using g fritud vty sevtntli was botu IftfhOnu G Mafliia YyIsitL =drug 5 i lit MAIWILI KECtJUTOK A1tAN1 w 1r uw sS cllx MI- TT comprehend the vas importance of these enactments to the people of Ken tucky it will be necessary to refer briefly to the Common Law of England- It is a settled rule of the Common Law of England that male belts shall iLheritan estate in prefeience to fe male and that the eldrst male heirsbal inherit to the exclusion of the rest In the reign of Edward I there was enacted a statute commonly called the statute dedonis by which an estate might be entailed adinflnitum so that it could never be sold for debt or con veyed y the tenant in possession so as to defeat the estate of the heir in tail By an act known as the Six Articles in the reign of Henry VIII was established a new form of religion with the King as the head instead of the Pope this church was known as the Church of England To this church each citizen was compelled to pay an nually a certain amount as tithes vt beth er he was an adherent oi that faith or not In the reign of Elizabeth many severe laws were passed for the punish ment of both Catholics and Protestant disesuters all persons being required to conform to the Church ot England On the 20th day of Jnne 1619 in the little vIllage of Jamestown was assAm bled by Governor Yeardlytbe first legislative body that ever net in America This body enacted that all laws then existing in England as far as they were applicable to this country should be come laws of Virginia In this way they adopted tio law of primogeniture and entailed estates At the eamo Jime they adopted the Church of England as the established church of Virginia For over 150 years these laws flour ished in Virginia with increasing strength and vigor until they were attacked by Jefferson in 1770 when at one blow they came tumbling down The example set by the disestablishment of the Church of England by the Virginia Legislature was soon followed by all the other States that had an established form religion so that in a short while freedom of religion was es tablished in all the infant States of the republic Of the ten amendments of the Constitution proposed to the Legislatures of the different States by the first Con gress on September 25 1789 the begin ning of tho first article provides that Congress shall make no laws respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof This provision is enoneonsly supposed by some to be the abolished church had been abolished in most all of the States several years before This pro vision was simply a guarantee to the people that the Federal government would never impose upon them the yoke of religious oppression On the 19th day of April 1792 in a convention held in this town was adopted the first Constitution of Kentucky Article 8 Section 6 of which provides That all laws now in force in the State ot Virginia not inconsis tent with this Constitution which are of a general nature and not local to the Eastern part of that State shall be in force in this State until they shall be altered or repealed by the Legislature It is therefore plain that had not the established church and the laws of primogeniture and entailed es tates been abolished before the adoption of the Constitution of Kentucky they would have beet iu full force in this State with all their injurious con sequences The freedom of religion is just as important as the freedom of speech To be compelled to pay tithes to a church in which a person has no connection or belief is as much tyranny as the laws that brought on the devolu tion It took France forty years of war and bloodshed to accomplish the freedom of religion while in Virginia it was accomplished in a short time bv the energy and statesmanship of one man leaving as it has to future genera tions the right to worship God as they bee fit In the repeal of the laws of primo geniture and entailed estate we have the greatest safeguard against the es tablishment of a nobility in this coun try For if the property is eqally divided between all the heirs without the privilege of entailing the estate to the eldest son it is impossible for a no bility to exist proof of which is shown by the fact that prior to the repeal of these laws there hat sprung up in Virginia a quasi nobility composed of the wealthiest planters of this country whose estates were entailed to their eldest sons but after the repeal f these laws this nobility completely disappeared There were other laws passed in the Virginia Legislature through the gold alice of Mr Jefferson of scarcely less importance than these among which were bills for the establishing of a public school system and also for es tablishing courts of justice throughout the country Ifwould hardy bean exaggeration to sty that the statute book of Virginia was a Jeffersonian code But In on great attempt at legislation he utterly failed and had lie sue ceded it would have saved Virginia and Kentucky thousands of their noblest sons This was a law to emancipate the slaves In his utobfograpby written in 1821 speaking of tho attempted legislation he said It was found the public mind would not yet boar the proposi tion nor will it bear it even to this day yet the day Is not distant when it must bear it and adopt iti or worse will follow Nothing is more certainly written in the book of Into than that these peo pie are to be free This prophecy was fulfilled more than forty years later What a won derful foresight Had Virginia given heel tp her son wise beyond his time the slaughter Gettysburg and An tietam might have been Averted jRId too the heartbreak of Appomattox where Lee with his reranaut oi footsor- ebutdevOtedklIoworssaw their fondest hopes disappear beyond the horizon of p vilaetijig impossibility had she but heeded the voice of prophecy lice hills ami valleys would not now be dotted by thousands of nukndwii graves aud a rnonuroeat IB lonely wilderseee would not be marking the spot where Ston w U Jackson tell the victim of a teiibte bltMMJter During Mr J ffwoti last t rlfiln ogres hie bfttl ttie ptowure of tend lag to LhM body Virjri k I deed ia its vast fci thwectern Ten itory to be held w property of the Government lie 0jttirtj4 n fq rib W i rzi1 FLESH I preventea1by Its as beneficial In summer asIn winter If you are weak or run down It will build you up sampleSCOTT 40p415 rear Street New York soc and zm all druggists General News John Wood of Wealherford O T who drew No1 in the Oklahoma lottery has selected a claim worth 30000 Senator Stewart oi Nevada no longer considers free silver an issue He also believes Senator Hanna will be a presidential possibility in loot Murderers and gamblers have been holding high carnival in Lawton O T and the people of the new city have taken active measures to suppress law William Cecil Price who was United States Treasurer under Presi deut Buchanan and who later espoused the cause of the Southern Slates in the Civil Var died iu Chicago The Shelby Smelting Works at Val 110 Cal were robbed of 280000 in gold bullion The thieves who were evidently skilled mechanics left no trace of their identity Martial law has been declared in Venezuela by the president of tho country in consequence of the invas ion of a revolutionary force from Columbia It is reported that an army of 10000 men will meet the invaders The citizens of Tampa in order to put an end to the strike of the cigar makers have kidnaped a number of labor leaders whom they have deport ed The strikers have been warned to return tdwork and have been notified that if they remain idle more of them will bo deported- A plan has been formulated for the organization of the National Wholesale Grocery Company for the pnrpohe of controlling the principal wholesale gro cones in the United States The pro posed combine which will include about 2700 of the leading jobbers of the coun try will be capitalized at 100000000 1000000 Company to De velop Kentucky Land In regard to the proposed organiza ion of a SI 000000 coal mining company for the development ol coal lands between Corbin and London Ky follow ing the visit of G W and W G Man ley of Berlin to that section the Knoxville Sentinel prints the following interview with jilr W G Manley The trip to these coal lands has been successful one My brother and my self inspected a large tract of coal property and found 18JO acres as very desirable This land is adjacent to the Louisville and Nashville rail way at Lil ly Ky Some few openings have been made which show what is in the property However no extensive develop ments have taken place A spur track has already been built affording excellent shipping facilities As the land may be developed this track can easily be extended in any direction vMy brother is still at Lilly attending to some detail work I am now going to Chattanooga near which city there are some coal lands which will be exam Ined From Chattanooga I shall return direct to New York where the formal organization of n company to develop the Kentucky lands will be perfected This company has practically been formed already Those interested be1 siLica we two brothers are capitalists in New York City and in Berlin The organization will be fully consummated within the next month The capitalza tioir will be 1000000 On the lumber barons who shut out Canadian timber falls the responsibil ity for the cutting away of the forests in our Northwest and consequent changes of climate all over the coun try After a while the people will learn enough to swat these fellows when it is too late to do any good THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH UKUNKARUS ARK BEING CURED DAILY IN SIlTB Or THEM SELVES No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A 1leasant anti Positive Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat ing HipuorBrequires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving for intoxicants Sulfennrs may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business bv this wonderful nOME GOLD CUllE which has been perfected after many of close stndrand treatment of inebriates use according to directions of this wonderful discov cry is positively guaranteed to euro the must obstinate ease no matter how hard u drinker Our Urdullow the marvelons transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR IIUS cmmlYOUspecificfordevised ami prepared that it is thoroughly soluble aud pleasant to the taste so that it can be Jien in a cup of tea or coffee without the knOflpdgeor the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made tent perate men by having thin CURE1 administered by loving friends and relatives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that they discontinue drinkinfrof their own free will DO NOT WAiT Do not be de luded by apparent and misleading hJIIi provement Drive out the didens nt once for all tmeThe HOME lylowwithm each of everybody a treatment more effectual than others costing 35 to50r full directioas accompany each package Special advice by vkiiM phytieiikM when requeued w tir 8101LheiROWDCIlGILMarketFtrcdtrhhiIaelph1i4 A rrfll tJ nTp1 rh4v oendaqh- i1Iu i 1lY WI Another on the C Many good stories have been told in regard to the K 0 cannon hall which runs between Uicbmoiid and Rowland Last week a gentleman who had left Richmond early that morning andreached Lancaster at noon 20 miles said that while corning down the train stopped in the middle of a large field As it remained sometime he climbed out and akcd Capt Phil Price the cause of the trouble Oh nothing replied Price only sotre cows on the track Soon as they get out of the way we will go ahead Tlje gentleman returned to the coach and presently the train started and ran several miles when it stopped again After a wait the gentleman went out to again inquire the caufe Oh we have overtaken those same cows again said Capt Price and Henry Lainmere the engineer has to wait until they get out of his way Lancaster Record ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES It e turns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt show losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F H DeVaux after several years of scientific experi ments and study succeeded In isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy lion treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will fare at least 6S peru t In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be re funded Any farmer can easily adailalstertbc Antitoxin Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hogs SIoo Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVanx Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprly Secretary Longs belated order of No talkeo talkee in the Schley case seems a good deal like locking the sta ble door after the horse is stolen Dont be satisfied with temporary rei LivspepsiaCuremoves this complaint It relieves per manently because it allows the tired stuinach perfect rest Dieting wont rest the stomach Nature receives supplies from the food we eat The sensible way to help the stomach is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cute which di gests what you eat anti cant help but do you goodPerry te Thomas If McLaurin docs not get a reserved seat with the Republicans soon he is likely to find himself restricted to standing room only 0 O Buck Beirne Ark says l wfis troubledwith constipation until I bought DeWitls Llttlo Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint I recommend them Perry Thomas I What is the moral difference be tween lotteries operated in Louieaua and Oklahoma We pause for a reply James White Bryautsvilie Ind says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs He had suffered 6 years Doctors failed to help him Get DeWitls Accept 110 imitations Perry Thomas Why should Porto Rico have to pay for her own federal courts No other State or territory in the Union does so Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup The doctors said she couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by One Minute Cough Cure Jerry Thomas After all in this weather we dont have lo worry over the exactions of the coal trust C O Atlantic City Excursion On Thursday August 15 the Chesa peako it Ohio Railway will run the last Atlantic City excursion of the season leaving Lexington at 1120 a m and 845 pm arriving at Atlantic City next day noon and evening respec tively Through sleepers will be from Lexington without change on I 120 a m train Berth rate Sl Tickets will he sold at 14 and will be good return lug 12 days Stop over at Washington oil return trip will be granted Make your arrangements to go Write for sleeping car berths or other information to Goo W Barney D P A Lexington Ky LAND STOCK AND CROP The Democrat says that J C Bonta of Mercer averaged 20 bushels of wheat on 700 acres He is storing it The Glasgow rimes notes the sale of 1370 bushels of wheat at 70 cents and a quantity of shelled corn at 350 a barrel Owing to this scarcity of grain cars ill the West the Kansas farmers are ex periencing difficulty in moving their wheat Mr J A Nooe of Burgh jaised 1100 bushels of wheat this year on the same laud that produced 2200 last year Ho is afraid corn will not make a half cropJ T Royalty sold Mack Ransdcll 40 70pound lambs at lJfc W Carpen ter sold Jake Board 10 head of butch ers cattle at S3 and bought a bunch of heifers at 210 Wheat sold for 283 in May 1807 2 20 in June 1804 and 220 hi September 1888 The lowest price was 48J cents in January 1805 Harrodsbnrg Democrat Walter Torhune accompanied by Jake Brown returned last week from Boyle Marion aujl Casey countlec where they bought 35 weanling mules at from 550 to C8 per head They will continue to buy until they have bought 1500 They say the drautli nothing to compare with that of C county HarroIsburg Sayings A dust bath should be arranged nn der shelter and in a convenient place whore the fowls can pot tho use of it any time and it wjll J o found that un dir these conditions the hens will make ue of it every day It should be made largo enough that two qrlhree liens can use it itt one time if desired It should be of dust and the material should be changed boat ten dava4 15111111 order to prevent it becoirtfeK too foul Dry dwit se red during th UHIUKT or early iii the Ml cannot be M ned for this prfwe We objoet deesd4dly ta Southern AeltroellbektK taken North where they will be looked dews iii nd ill tear 8oJibjalersvIIC the ii n Iiti whom tlierq9frRophi tQ 3tlttIr Pl4t l 717F 71 80th SemiAnnual 4FI 7II 7I7I 7F7f7t ell m r Of the Reliable Clothing House of Louis Gus Straus Leading Clothing House of Kentucky ItO Years of Honorable Dealings I Prices into Smithereens Cost not Alfred Benjamin Clothing Included in this Sale Our 1200 1000 and 800 Suits at + 399 All 1500 Suits now 999 J6 500 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 350 now 124 R 1000 Pair of Wash Pants now 10 cents NjjX Flannelette Coats and Pants i 99 71 Our 35c Undershirts and Drawers at 1 9cents um livingf7 c- LOUTS71 GUS pVF LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS 1LLEXINGTON KENTUCKY L ili71 7rF 71 1 T7f 71 71 71 7I 7 A Gem From Ingersoll Here is a gem from the writings of Ingersoll which if not authordox is the very essence of religion It is far more important to love your wife than to love God and I will tell you why You cannot help him but you can help her You can fill her life with the perfume of perpetual joy It is far more important that you love your children than that you love Jesus Christ And why l If he is Sod you cannot help him but you can plant a little flower ot happiness in every foot tep of the child from the cradle until you die in that childs arms Let mo lell you today it is far more important to build a horns than to erect a church The holiest temple beneath the stars is a home that love has built And the holiest altar in all the wide world is the fireside around which Rather fath er and mother and the sweet babes When tho Cosmopolitan in its April number published an essay at onto clever anti philosophic on The Ideal Wife a demand was created for a paper on The Ideal Husband by the same author Lavinia Hart The Au gust Cosmopolitan contains an essay on this subject on which few people agree which is certain not only to prove widely interesting but to cause lively discussion In the same num ber Mrs Van Ilensselaer Cruder Julieu Gordon tells the story of the lift of the French wife with all its tragic commonplace nan owness The woman of small capacity puts up with and perhaps does much toward maintaining present conditions says the author but there are women of brains who die at an early age of no disease known to doctors but simply from utter weariness The Treasury Department decides that a man can bring CO cigars or 500 cigarettes into this country with him free of duty The W C T U should see to this unjust discrimination in favor of colli in nails THIN 9Lots have thin PerW parents had thin H4AI hair per n haps their children have thin hair But this does A not make it necessary for them to have thinJI hairOne thing you mayr y upon people AWIZI Hairvigorkes the hair healthy I and vigorous makes it grow thickand long It cures dan druff also Itawaysrcstorcs color to gray hair all the dark rich color of early life There is no longer need of your looking old be fore your time 1 fMh bottle AH drurelil IAs a rrnr ly fur itsUirdif color iii tho hair 1II Ayers Hair Vigor hiss ual It hao always girfu ft iierfect MtMwcttbtt m every way 4rsAMSTR5Hi Aug IS Hnm iuHisPftNT wi N ffi aiii- i i 5b sa TI Male s4 aI up s4K jw me cs aIpM4 lit vi n i 515 taisJ41 vas mi Wall fE rB81Il811l11 ce Se Considered Boys 7 WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY UR MidSummer CUT PRICES are now in full force biggertheShades JO 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade andwe make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for 110 pure Linseed Oil and White Lead at factory prices freight added Largest stock of Picture Framing materials in the State We will from your pictures in up todate styles for little money Dont forgot that you will byhaving+++ + + GEO M WILLGING Manufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints for all kinds of purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY X0X0XtT I IIII I Peoples Friend ILIshe who sells good goodsforthe least money Thats what we Jare doing Our bargains in furn iIiiIijiJWIS Couches Dinning Tables Chairs j1 Our Undertaking lepartment in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is iJ1complete in every respect W S Oldham 4 Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND aljsiy KENTUCKY The summer girl steels her heart in order that it may not he stolen Donbo daily train service lo Buffalo anti Niagra Falls Queen Crescent RouUneedinePolisli Will CIMH ranegiftthnwloqsqi- uck dmirwl Pills 5iU with IMto tabef aMtilMt- WM Lass LerthUayotherpnIassehft- tMkrvquhsedo4othwck WIlt tRiM the Ms4 1eei- em tkk a si NpJeMIteett ns- Uum a DdonoooonloaM ulbvr- m If =fu 4oa=Me k MMI i UN CMRK fOLWH OO 1ChattsamPa 1 3 JQI1Q 1iEverything THE BEST PAPER Published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal The equal of many dailies and the superior of all other semiweeklies or weeklies Issued Wednesday and Saturday 104 copies a year and you get it for only IJoo A YEAR issue u devoted to News Matte the Saturday issue to HoLe Matters A liberal commission to Arenta Sample copies cheerfully tent free to all who will ask for them Write to COURIElJOURNAL Lonlsrille Kjr BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN OKTTH- ERICHMOND CLIMAX AND TIlE TiGeaWeek- I3oth iecrlI Ana Year for Only 150 Stopeat of Subcriptfetl If 1I11dr Ip Jpa tri1hubr r U fI c = v cffr c I fj r u v iA rTTiiprini The Richmond Climax J O CUEULTProprietor-A D MILLER Manager B LBB DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14IDOl roRLniHKurvKKr WBDNIOIUAY BY Ths Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COUNTY JUDO N B TURPIN FOR COUNTY XTTOBXET J TEVIS COBB rOB RUBBIF- FJ011N F WAGERS FOR JAILED JAMES O LACKKY FOR OLBBK JESSE COBB Poll nETBKSEXTJlTIVB CluB L 8KAROY FOR SCHOOL KRINT DENT J W WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOR SURVEYOR S F ROCK FOR CORONER CUFF SAMUELS FOR DAVID H TEVIS FOB POLICE JUDGE II O RICE FOR CITY ATTOUSKT J TALBOT JACKSON FOR CHIEF OP POLICE J HALLUAN FOR MAGISTRATE D PARMER FOR CONSTABLE II F KHNNEftfr FOR COUNCILMAN COURT MOUSE J W Half W L Leeds CITY O T Wells E H Bjbee UNIVERSITY C Q Douglas W L Arnold LEXINGTON has a gambling sensa tion which calls for a LPXOW investipo lion and if the charges can be substan tiated some of tho corrupt officials of that corrupt city will wear stripes The trouble was all precipitated by the ar rest of John McLaughlin a poolroom keeper who alleges that for several months ho paid 500 a month blood moimy to the police for permission to conduct his gambling lIen antI when finally he refused to couch up he was unceremoniously pulled He avows that this system of bribery is the license nder which gambling and many other frms of vice are permitted to thrive in the I5Iuo Grass capital in open violation of law and doconcy The charge is a most serious one and not only in volves tho personal and official honor of every ofllcer whose duty is to sup press gambling but it charges that some of the officers of Lexington have been guilty of aiolonv the punishment for which is confinement in the peni tentiary for from ono to five years By the law it is made the duty of every peace officer every policeman con stable sheriff and deputy sherifl to arrest those engaged in gambling if they have knowledge or information that they are so engaged neglect to do this is made a misdemeanor punisha ble by a fine and imprisonment in the county jail failure to do this for re ward or pay is made a felony punish able by confinement in the penitenti ary Up in New York the Police ward man has just been convicted and given a five and a half year sentence and fined 1000 for a similar offense and the Iexington oflicials have an excel lent chance for a dose of the same medicine AN exchange very sensibly remarks There is nothing we believe which is more needed iu American life today than business men ol broad anti liberal training The change iu business or ganization through the concentration of capital has created new positions of power and responsibility in the indus trial world These call for a higher grade of education an the part of the lenders of elite prise than was demanded in the past CI L BrowerCoJ LEXINGTON K- yVISITORS f 1f2Jz1z v TOT- HEELKS FAIR TillS WEEK Are cordially invited to makes our stor- eHEADQUARTERS 4 Awhile in the city QMrOt MJ- QMDE K R TATI iERYl I WATER a dall WBLt MB tl are yours CiFiBroWiCOsjM- Afl AND SBQiDWAY IILZnNQT0N KY Ix accordance with tho mandate of President Shafler of the Amalgamated Association issued a few days ago thousands of steelworkers employed by the great steel trust went on a stiike Saturday The struggle Is destined to be a long drawn out and bitter one and will be watched with interest by the entire civilized world as itinvolvesvthe very existence of unionism Shortly after the formation of the giant steel trust under the masterhand of J Pierpont Morgan a movement began to kill off the unions and substitute in all the plants of the trust nonunion labor instead of union labor Several attempts have beon made to effect H compromise between the warring elements but to no avail and thn present widespread strike is the result As a general thng we do not taKe much stock in stiikes bat this one seems jus tillable Labor must have some safe guard some protection against the encroachments of aggregated capital and the labor union seems to be the most feasible weapon that the laborer has yet devised for the maintenance of his rights and he foresees that if he sur renders it he is at the mercy of these greedy monopolies and his enslavement is only a question of time Thesympa- thy of the public is with the strikers and if tliey win it will dignify labor and make the laboring classes more respected in the eyes of tho trust magnates From present indications the American Federation of Labor and other kindred organizations will sup port the steel workers and order a sympathetic strike WE missed a rare oratorical treat in not being present at Madisonvillo last week to hear the inaugural address of Editor Harry McCarty on accepting the presidency of the Kentucky Press Association if the following description of his hypnotic effort taken from his paper the Jessamine Journal does him justice When H M McCarty had conferred upon him the honor of being made President of the Kentucky Press Association Friday last he arose in his majestic style and itis said for ten minutes the large gathering of quill drivers were held spell bound with the oration that fell from his lips The rafters in the building shook as it having congestive chills and even the water in the cooler changed to con densed air It was indeed a masterly speech that has never been equaled since the days of Geo D Prentice The audience was so elated that they prevailed upon the now President to finish his address upon Pikes Peak that the angels might have a glimpse of what an editor could do when inspired TilE power of the trust to build up or crush out a community is evidenced in the recent action of the Steel combine at McKeesporf Pa Tho great Dewees Wood plant at that place one of the centers of the present widespread strike against the United States Steel Corporation has boon ordered disman tied and removed to a less affected locality Notice has been given of a similar change of location of two steel hoop plants Yonngstown 0 unless the men go to work These plants will be removed to Pitteburc THE Daily Interior Journal issued during the Houstonville Fair by Messrs G C Kellar and J M Alver son the latter an old Richmond boy was a commendable piece of journal istic enterprise and judging from its spicy contents was one of the best features of the fair Both gentlemen are hustlers and the venture reflected credit upon their energy and ability SOME idea of your much vaunted Republican prosperity may be gathered from the fact that in July 1000 four mouths after McKinleys inanguara tion the price of wheat was 731 cents rt bushel and in July 1901 after ho had been in oflico sixteen months wheat was quoted at 58 cents This is prosperity for the fanner with a yen geance DEIJOK carried his point with the Administration arid Mrs Gertrude San ders was removed from the position of postmaster at New Castle 16 make way for a working Republican J P Gray The Kentucky G O P must be hard up for help when it makes war on widows aud orphans to obtain it PIHNOKSS VICTORIA ADELAIDE MAKIA LOUISE eldest daughter of the late Queen Victoria and mother of Emperor William of Germany is dead at Cronherg If nothing else hadnt her name would have killed her THE Hon Jerry Simpson the Sock less Statesman of Kansas has an ambition it is said to represent the new Kiowa Cherokee country in Con gress and with that end in view has located at Lawton HON W J BRYAN las bought the National Watchman the paper which championed his cause so effectually in 1k390 and may publish an eastern edi lion of the Commoner at Washington WAr is imminent between Venezuela and Colombia Politics Mr John M Meloan has retired front the editorship of the Paducah Democrat and returned to his old position in Auditor Coulters office at Frankfort Hon Morgan Chinn of Harrodsburg who represented his comity creditably in the General Assembly of Kentucky is a candidate for Clerk of tie Court of Appeal ExCongressman D G Colson of Middlesboro called on President McKinley at Canton last week presuma bly to ask for a Federal appointment of somo kind In the Laurel county Republican pri mary held last week Hon Ed Parker was nominated for representative from tho counties of Laurel and Rockcastle A nomination is equivalent to an eke tionThe following is taken from Fridays CourierJournal You can make the positive statement that Dr W ioti frey Hunter will again be a candidate for the United States Senate said a prominent outof town Republican to a reporter for the CourierJournal at the Louisville Hotel last night From all over the State comes en co raging reportsof ezGov McCrearys election to the U SSeBte No fitter man could be chosen for that high po ittonNo theIDemocratic p ri has Gov Mc Creary and no maiTtHtsfeerved life constituents with more ktosaisd fidelity than hei Wey seat JpJcCrewy to the Senate and inark out tVmt black Rpotiri Kentuckys htetory Mt VerB if Si nal Miss JtCarttaret Ils ol P fie l now a clerk in the CABWM D iMrtiMttt at Washington will shortly turN homo and aBHOH ce ht MwlMWy for Enrolling Clerk ef Uw BMMW Miw Ingallfl it will be rsisibred stu ap rXentwcky tocBryn 18 amife aa exceptionally hibawlaxxue ana at I 0 o tractive woman and has mauy friends among the politicians who will gladly assist her in her race Among tho prominent young Demo cratic county officials of Kentucky is Judge Dick1 Williams of Rockcastle county Judge Williams enjoys the distinction of being the only Democratic County Judge in Kentucky who was elected in a strong Republican county His majority was 230 and ho holds his office by virtue of ins popularity and ability When one knows him well personally there is no surprise that he should win at anything He is young capable and a born politician Elktou Progress PERSONAL itev L ILBIanton was in Lexington MondayMrs Farley is visiting relatives in FayetteMr Reeves is visiting rola tires in Beatty ville Mr H L Perry was in Louisville this week on business Miss Bessie Covington is visiting Miss Angeline Cobb at Danville Mrs T P Hayes of Donorail visited Mrs T S Hagan last week Mrs J W Zaring is in Carlisle visi ting her daughter Mrs Allen Mr and Mrs L R Blauton have re Urned from Crab Orchard Springs Dr and Mrs G W Evans attended the Elks Eair at Winchester Friday Mrs J W Wagers is visiting relatives at Station Camp Ebtill county Miss Carlisle Walker has for her guest this week Miss Tinsley of Louisville Mrs J H Colcman of Nicholasville spent Sunday with friends and relatives Mrs E M Dickson of Paris visited her lather Rev L H Blanton last weekMr and Mrs II C Hargis have ro turned from a pleasant stay at Witt SpringsMrs Green Clay has taken rooms with Mrs Lizzie Wilmore on High street Mr David M Stephensou is traveling in Casey county with his photograph galleryMr Coleman Neff returned Friday from New York where he took a car load of poultry Mrs C D Chenault and children are visiting relatives in Lexington and attending the fair Mesdames R E Turley and Joe Chenault Attended tho Elks Fair at Winchester Friday Messrs Hood Little Dan Junes and Thos Pickels attended the Winchester dante Friday night Prot H H Brock and family have returned from a months visit to relatives in Clark county Mrs Ab Green visited friends in Winchester last week and incidentally took in the Elks Fair Mrs Nettio Bronstou is visiting her daughter Mrs Dave Chenault at Cbilesburg Fayette county Col D M Chenault went to Olympia Springs Saturday to spend Sunday with Mrs Chenault and the children Miss NoIaShipman of Shelbyville was the attractive guest of Miss Leila Beatty of Kingston last week Mrs Neale Bennett and mother Mrs Thompsffi have returned from a two weeks sojourn at Estill Springs Governor James B McCreary attend ed the meeting of the County Attor neys at Grayson Springs last week Mrs Lulu Davis and children of Campbcllsville after a months visit to relatives here returned home Friday Mr and Mrs Kit Clay and Misses Martha Clay and Margaret Butler were guests of Mrs John F White last week Col S LTudor the genial proprie tor of tho Shepherd House Irvine was a pleasant caller at this office yester dar Messrs George W Pickels Sr Henry L Perry and Cyrus Douglas leave to morrow for New York and Atlantic CityMiss Sue Hume and Messrs James Tribble and George Pickels Jr have returned from house parties in Win chftster Mr and Mrs G E Dozier and son Harvey Ohenault left yesterday for an extended visit to relatives and friends in Illinois Insuranue Commissioner John B Chenault and wife of Frankfort are visiting the formers parents at Cumberland View Misses Fannie and Lee Prather are visiting Mr and Mrs Irviue Prather in Lexington and taking iu the Eks Fair there this week Mr W B Feland the polite and popular clerk at Rice t Arnolds is spending a two weeks vacation at Olympia Springs Misses Matilda and Bessie Tribble Laura Bennett Sue Smith and Mary Leo Colyer have returned from the Buffalo Exposition Mrs G G Prewitt and son Ben and Misses Mary Tribble and Mary Collins are enjoying the del tsof Crab Or chard Springs thi JJJBjL Attorn F wSB Kof Cincinnati is here weeks with relatives HolSf and pros poring in the Q- DrWAThome llflSrrefnrmiyrpm a months trip to the during whibh ho visited the Buffalo ErposiUonMt n treal New York and PhlJ iaDhia Miss Volney Lobdell nMS OHio Perry and daughter of Albany N Y and Miss Stella West of Nicholasviile arrived yesterday to visit Mrs H L Perry Mr N P Wise of Cincinnati State Superintendent of the Co was here several days this week initiating the new locatuaiiager jSStjM B Anderson VN v Mrs W A Fullerifcider forum MMissvisiting her mother Mrs IL B bell in tho country hiss retuJ1eU home in Hhelbyvillo Misses Annie Bronangh oLQrali chard Earl Cheuault of Richmond Christine Bradley of Lancaster a handsome trio of guests of Mies Te Carpener Stanford Journal Miss Mary Stoulbbaa returned from Richmond where she hiss been visiting Miss Lizzie Feenv Miss Edna Schlegal and Miss Feeny will be Miss Sloughs guests during the Fair Lexington Democrat Mr Jesse M Alverson6r tau ford Interior Journal Who COslle of weeks vacation is vWTUng hfc Mother herehJefI has been w +tk tW Journal eight years and is Oft of ttaioet valaed employee C J I44t ItmboieltlHtek from a- liT IIIljIittru at Crab QccinwJ bS 1ilIIhat C1rtee wooi ttM Moat nepqkr gMtt HUM and Umt MuJMgi Jos WUfli ewcMtran i Difficult Digestion That is dyspepsia It makes life miserable Its sufferers cat not because they want to but simply because they mutt Thoy 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 stom ach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not perronnHoods Sarsaparilla HOODS IlLLs are tho best cathartic the Springs hotel without his indispens able aid Mr Thomas S Moberlcy came up from Louisville Saturday and will spent two Sunday with hIsparents Torn has a fine position with iheBig Store with which our former townsman Mr Henry J Strong is connected and life in the Falls City seems to agree with him Mrs C D Chenault and children Lucy and Sara of Richmond were in the city yesterday the guests of friends Mrs Humphrey of Richmond who has just returned from an extended trip to New Orleans and other points is the guest of Mr Joseph Humphrey on Voodard Avenue Lexington Herald From the Danville papers we learn that Mr T C OBryan who recently made au assignment there will not ro embark in tho dry goods business at Danville but instead has secured a nice position as representative for the Givens Manufacturing CoofNew York with headquarters in Cincinnati Ills many Richmond friends wish him unbouned success in his new field Dr E P Fairchilds formerly ofJBe rea but now VicePresident of the Lincoln Memorial University at Cumberland Gap was here Saturday on bus incas In conversation with a CLIMAX representative Dr Fairchilds said that Lincoln Memorial University had fine prospects for a large attondance the coming year and was destined to be one of the great educational institutions in the South Tile following comprise a house par ty which is being deli hifnlly enter tamed this week by Miss Elizabeth Robinson and Mr Hart Robinson Misses Sue Hume and Mary Little of Richmond Miss Ethel Watts of Chiles burg Messrs Joo Evans and George Pickets of Richmond and Brent Green of FrankfortMrs W D Oldham and Miss Susan IJronston of Lexington are guests of Mrs Ollie Shaw lion B A Crutclicr of Nicholasville Commonwealths Attorney for this dis trict took in the Fair this week Winchester Democrat Rev II G Turner and family of Richmond have been spending a few days at Ambrose with his parents Mrs G A Roy and sister Mrs F Bryson left Weddesday morning to visit relatives at South Point OLient- lI B Wilhoito arrived at Nicbolasville yesterday from a two years service in Philippines He made an excellent record PS a soldier and his appointment in the United States army is a deserved one Lieut IVilhoite was accompanied from St Louis by his sister Miss Leua who went there to meet him Nicho lasvilie Journal Prof C G Crooks who willoccupy the Chair of Mathematics and Astrono my in Centre College next session was in Danville yesterday looking for a house in which to move his family this fall He said that about sixty or sev enty Richmond students would attend Centre this year and that a number of them would be Madison county boys Rev Tyler of Lawrenccburg who tray eled for the consolidated colleges until a short time ago stated he would guaran tee that he had secured a hundred ad ditional students for the college up to the time he resigned his position Danville Advocate A Kicholasvlllo dispatch says that Miss May Crutcher daughter of Prose cuting Attorney Ben A Crutcher has been honored by appointment as one of the Maids of Honor for the Knights Templars Ball to be given at Louisville August 29 Miss Crutcher is but 19 years of age and is of a family of Masons all of whom have herd high offices in the order Her grandfather Judge T B Crutcher is still living pas sing his fiftieth year as J member of Hart Lodge Nicholasville Her picture which appears in Sundays Enquirer shows her to be an unusually attractive girl RELIGIOUS llev Rutherford Douglas of Kiclio laaville is chaplain of the Second Ken tucky regiment iu camp at Owe sboro Presiding Elder John H Deering of the Methodist church is spending the summer in Europe and when last heard from was in Germany Elder W B Gainboe formerly pastor of the Christian Church at Union City has been called to the pastorate of the Christian Church at Ashland Ky The Christian Church of Paris is erecting a 50000 house of worship that will he one of the handsomest church edifices in Central Kentucky Rev Richard French will begin a protracted rnseting1 at Republican Baptist Church Monday night He will be assisted by Rev J M Weaver of Louisville VinchesterDeniocrat Mrs Elizabeth Crawl of Nicholas ville aged 94 years was baptised at the Christian Church Saturday morning by Elder James Vernon She was the oldest pereqii pel haps that was ever baptised in Kentucky and especially iu Jessamine county Tliiere will bo an open air union gos pel service in the court house yard next Sunday afternoon from 5 to IL Rev W A Eiseuhardt pastor of the Second Presbyterian church will con duct the services There will be good singing and brief talks by well known church workers Tho 30th annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association jwill be held at Danville August 20th sellcOllIldfare for this occasion All persons who HJre to attend lie convention as del from Richmond or Madiso- net3T should apply to President L V Dodge of Bores or Secretary R E Turley of thin city for credentials If they wish entertainment at Danville they are requested to write at once to Prof C SI Neale Danv- llieMARRIED IDltDGItANlMr William if MiddyfGrantgplace last Wednesd- ayHoAKERt7RgEDayjd B lIon aker tire well known Lexington florist and Miss H ttk Burks eloped to Out ci athl1dwero atrled1belJdlte is only Ix4eii sad i built pretty and poItl1 oCOuuit John TM tout p young iwmer of WhiteisSUUca and Miss Fannie M Collin of Paint Lick came to this city Wednesday and were united in marriage by SqulreD p ArmerHANLONGARVINThctirst all rouud shirt waist wedding in Kentucky took place at Olive Hill in Carter county 111 Sunday August It The contracting parties were Ed G Haulon and Miss Nora Garvin Tho bride groom minister and all attendants wore shirt waist6as did also the visitors WESTELLIOTT News of the mar rings of Miss Mary Elizabeth Elliott the handsome daughter of Prof Milton Elliott and wife of Mayfield formerly of Kirksvillp this county to Mr Chas R West of Memphis Teiin has been received here The happy event was celebrated at the brides home on Wednesday August 7 Mr and Mrs West are at home at 485 Pontotoe street Memphis Saturdays Cou rierJournal contained a splendid pic ture of Mr and Mrs West which shows them to bo au unusually handsome couple BLACIBUExBLACRIiuRNAWashington J C S Blackburn is to be married to Mrs Mary F Blackburn widow of the late Judge H H Blackburn of Mar tinsburg W Va who was a distant relative of the Senator The wedding is expected to take place before Congress meets For several years Mrs Blackburn has been a clerk in the Quartermaster Generals office of the War Department but has resigned her position She is now in Cape May N J the guest oi the Senator and his daughter Mrs William P Hal- l1fAulINToODMrRobort Maupin and Miss Annie Todd gave their friends a genuine surprise last Tuesday by quietly slipping off to JefTersonville and getting married Mr Maupin is a nephew of Councilman Calvin Muupin and has a profitable position with the Standard Oil Co He Is a steady in dustrious young man and popular with all who know him The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James Toddis graduate of Caldwell High School aud- is as charming in manner as she is love ly of face Mr and Mrs Maupin returned to Richmond Thursday night and were tendered a reception at the residence of Mr and Mrs Calvin Man pin with whom they will board for tho present The CLIMAX extends sincere congratulations BIRTHS CAUB News comes from Paris that tho wife of Mr F B Carr the popu lar LES N agent at that place former of this city presented him with a fine daughter Friday night Mother and infant both doing w- ellDEATHS SOPKR Miss Annie Soper aged 40 died at her home near Wallacetont after an illness of three weeks ConnlJraud Mrs R W Cobb of Waco are rejoicing over the birth of a fine girl which arrived on Sunday Aug 11 to brighten their home AKEBS A useful and highly honor abe career was prematurely ended Sat urday morning when Prof J T Akers passed away at the Pattie A Clay In firmary in this city after a lingering illness of several months duration His death was due to Brighta disease which last year compelled him to give tipJiis work at the University and seek relief from that encroaching malady He visited his old home in Virginia for a rest but later returned and went to the Infirmary whore he could have quietude and the attention of competent trained nurses There surrounded by hie devoted wile and children he expired early Saturday morning De cased who was 49 years oldwas for fifteen years professor of English and modern languages in Central University this city and there was not in the entire faculty of that institution a more painstaking instructor or devoted stn dent of learning than Dr Akers He was a native of Floyd Virginia and a graduate of Washington and Lee He was a ripe scholar a quiet unosten tatious citizen and an exemplery Chris tian gentleman whose motto in life was plain livihg and high thinking A wife and five children are left to mourn the irreparable loss of husband and father and to them the sympathy of the entire community goes out in their sad bereavement After funeral services by Rev L H Blanton assisted by Rev L G Harbour Sunday after noon at the Presbyterian church tho remains were followed to their final resting place in the Richmond Ceme tery Red Men Organize Mr John M Clifford of Louisville Deputy State Organizer for the Im proved Order of Red Mon is here organizing a branch of that ancient and honorablo order He has secured twenty initiates as charter members and will institute a tribe in this city Tuesday night Sept sf Mr Clifford tells us that there are already 70 tribes in Kentucky and the one here will be number 77- Following is a list of the charter members C G Douglas F L Grin stead C II Pigg W H Watts R W Colyer Dan Jones S Z Douglas Joe rerrill John Turley J M Baldwin J R Sims J T Ferrill J S Joplin J C Lackey R B Terrill T B Col lins DItTevisT IL Pickels A Mershon E H Rugg Other members added since are R MitcbellA Wilkes Smith D II Breck W E Blanton Allen Zaring Jesse Cobb J V Gibson A T Douglas Jas Wagers School Board Sued Through their attorney Hon Grant E Lilly Wiley Embry Grandison Boggs William Johnson Robert Turner Jason Blythe and J W Mackey claiming to constitute a Board of Education for the colored city school filed Thursday hv the Madison circuit court suit enjoining the white Board of Edit catipn from exercising the duty of trim tees over the colored school and employing a principal and corps of teach ers therefor The facts in the case areas follows actiagRIIjdelthe late Judge P H Sullivan nho wa at that time City Attorney appointed a Board of lrustees for tluocity colored school Soon afterwards an ejection was held and a board of white Trus tees was elected same to have control of both the white and colored schoote of the city For some unknown rr a1t- he colored board did not try to elrct a priscipal and a corps of teach 4 for the colored school and the whia nosrd proceeded to exercfoo this duty Sice that time the colored people hve tkxtie nothing IB the wiy ol sIc ting their priiKipnU Hiid teachers the MAM r8 each yer by the wWUTHoinle of KJuiestios The pM stand that neeeM bvs B T r boost chosen aDd bejr ale W- 111El jI 4 0Jthe legally constituted board and that there baa never been a legalelEtIQII held in the city olRichmoad for Hiew hers of the Board of Education M such elections have been held separately from the regular November electlosfl of each year when the law provides that such election shall be held by the offi Lois appointed to hold the regular November elections The petition asks that the court construe the meaning 01 the city charter which provides for Urn appointment and election of the Board of Education and to determine which board IB entitled to tho control and government ol the colored school Another interest ing point raised in the petition Isas to how members of tho Board of Educa tion for the city schools are to be electedThe white Board of Education which is composed of Democrats has decided to employ Prof D1I Russell a Democrat to succeed Prof Reynolds as principal and this fact is said to have precipitated the present legal corn plications The case was submitted Friday to Judge Scott at Nicholasville who alter carefully considering it refused to grant the temporary injunction asked for which ought to settle the matter FORD From the Index J Mr and Mrs C E Gibbons and daughters Bonnie and Lizzette left Sunday lor an extended visit in Frankfurt MichIgan Mr Arnold Gibbons has charge of the books at the B k B Company store in absence of Mr T L Todd who is suffering with fever Prof JamesPark our former School Principal has relieycd one of the clerks in the Clark county National Bank and will remain until his school begins here in September During the month of July there were one lnudred and ninetysix cars of lumber shipped by both lumber com p mies at this place Tho L N Railway received 533528 In freight Drs Williams Hood and Brown per formed an operation Saturday on Fe nada Selkirk for locked bowels and apendicitis his condition was a serious one and a careful operation saved his lifeMr Ed Moberly while handling bundle of lumber last week at the mill let it fall and mashed two fingers se verely liiflamation has set up and it will be necessaay to have them lanced MrJ W Howard has much to the sorrow of many citizens of the town secured license to sell whisky It seems that Ford is destined to have a grog shop a pity and a shame to any first class community IRVINE Miss Florence Gorin Wyatt has re turned home Mrs I T West lIftS returned to her home at Frankfort Mrs John Clark is visiting her husbands relatives here Mrs David Bergman has returned from a visit to Lexington Miss Mary Miller will attend school at Lexington again this fall Miss Annie Wagers is visiting Mrs Harry Shepherd at Lexingtcn Mrs Oscar Park of Middlesboro is visiting Mrs Nellie Gardner Miss Mary Jacobs is spending tho summer with her brothers family at Elwood Indiana Miss Louise Park has been on the sick list for some time much to the regret of her many friends Miss Judith Tudor left Monday morning for Lexington where she will be the guest of Judge Gourleys family Quite a crowd of Irvine ladles attend ed a picnic at Witts Spring Saturday given by some gentlemen from Madison Maude Miller gave a dinner party last Tuesday evening Covers were laid for ten Those present wore Misses Wyatt of Mt Sterling Miss Hinds of Cincinnati Miss Gerrie of Eorouto Misses Tudor Riddell and Park The following gentlemen were entertained later in the evening Messis Bohon Williams Gardner Friend Graham and Dr Park Gardner From the Irvine Leader Miss Vena Wilson aged 22years daughter of J Pot Wilson died at her homo In this county last Wednesday The Estill County Teachers Insti tute will begin here August 26 Prof L8 Barber of Mt Sterling will be instructor for this session Rev and Mrs E G B Mann nee Friend are expected here the latter part of the week They retnrn from an extended tour through the West The public school of Irvine will be gin August 10 Prof James Wilson of Madison county is principal with Miss Dorsie Stockton of Waco as as sistantMrs J T West and niece Miss Laura West of Frankfurt who have been the guests df Mr and MM Robert Bergman uee West returned home Louise Park of Middlreboro who is the guest df Mrs M PGardner and who has been confined to her bed with fever is convalescent and will shortly be out among her friends again Miss Mary Curtis of West Virginia who has been on a protracted visit at the home ofl Judge Riddell left last week fur Richmond She will visit several points in the State before re turniughomeMr Riddell of Denver Colorado is among the guests at Estill Springs Mr Riddell is a son of Judge Robert Riddell of this place He left Irvine when a young man and Is now one of the most successful lawyers of the West Hon W H Lilly was confined to his home several days last week by very peculiar hurt Ho was bitten on the foot by a mosquito his shoe irritat lug tile bite until his foot greatly swelled and he was rendered unable to walk He is now able to got out DMfaMS Ccnaot Tw Cmrid by local applications an they cannot earThand that is by constitutional rernedieu tOflditlonstachun Tube When this tube soearurimperfecttJ rely closed deafness w the result and unless the iuflaination attn be taken MrIRllIcOtlditioo cuisedby serfseer Ww DlitrlyhuhsCslarthi 0iH lTs bsAug7 2J ci Li F Rich Juicy Plumbs Ripe For Your Picking I Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our store Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Allover Lace Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yardr I Our Belt Department completeStyles first so do MeKeefi Belts Novelty is essential to make sales you will be struck by the novelty in our Belts Reliability should always be considered it is a specialty with us The dip or pointed effect is growing more pronounced every day In connection with our Belt Department can he 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 50c and flOO The G D Corset one of the most widely advertised brands Is a very large sale with us G D Chicago waists at SI 00 O D style 35c Straight front at 100 Z+ + Remember we belong to the Merchants and Consumers Association which means money you if you trade us I Respectfully yours Cor Main First St PAINT LICK Mrs Bohon G Kilgore spent several days last week with her fatter and sister Miss LydU Champ who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is improving Miss Minnio Woods who has been the guest of Mrs H L Wallace has returned to her home in Stanford MrA B Eatrige will soon have his new store room completed It will im prove tiltS looks of the town very much Misses Annie Paris and Kate Denton will opnnd several days with Mrs Victor Lear of Lancaster this week MaysiePrestonMaymie Ramsey left for their home in Louisville last wee- kVALLJY VIEW From the Argent MrsDilks has returned to her former hornedRichmond Ind to reside W Hook and V W Hanlin two of our carpenters have secured jobs at Lexington The L k A R R will run an excursion from Versailles to Richmond the 16th at reduced rates Mrs R A Herring fell from her horse and was so badly bruised that she was confined to her bed two weeks Joe Haden aged about 45 years died at the home of his father Haden near Forest Hill Monday Mr R G Hahn with a force of will begin theLA 11It bridge next Monday Mr Hahn will superintend the work The public school with Miss Annie W Duncan principal and her sister Miss Emma Duncan assistant begun Monday with 75 pupils in attendance Manager G W Hutchison and family have nfoved into the G A Roy rear dence and Dr J BWatson and family are happily domiciled in the residence made vacant by Mr Hutchisons re moval Carpenter Sc Cosby have soul their stock of merchandise to Dan posses4onCarpenter will probably engage in some ties a at NlcholaavJIle while Mr Cosby will embark in tile livery busi ness atthis plac- eDissolution Notice CarriageWorks retirirgfleas All Indebted to the linn and all parties holding claim against same will please present to Mr Donelson for settlement KENTUCJLT CARRIAGE WORKS aUg144wNotice to Creditors George Crigler et at Ptflr8 Sillle Gibbs AndersooAdmVsic DTti And Consolidated Action PtftfThomaThese two consolidated cause are now ferred to S Eo Scott Master Commissioner of the Madison County Iircnlt Court and all persons haying claims against the estate of SaBle Gibba Anderson are hereby notified to pre ent the same on or before the 31st day of August 1901 properly proven OTaugltrDissolution Notice By mutual consent the firm of Douglas Bros the first day of July 1901 was dissolved 0 O DbBglas remaining in the business tinder the iSrm name of Douglas Crutcher 8 Z DOUGLAS Sljalfo C G DOUGLAS rTilE XNOBLE- WATER FILTER POSITIVELY OERM PROOF KW A kIc A new PAC TAt and PER PECTPltTIIUerIHHH rc1wi We guarantee r ILTEICSlt ect MtIII N 4a1rI INit FILTER ta y MMllte ryfke for a week trial t ewytg M merits Mtl Ie C IBIkk e iTIIEI ItE FfLTE oi M UTMWN CHICAGO ILLSI atM Pea mA Ribbons etJ p The demand for Ribbons during the past hlronSufipoPlllarVehet silkjp In all colors pink cream IRvPIIIIr green yellow blue JrayLlaclt yardIn or leaderspSpecial for two only upIv at lt and 49c Our line of Boys Caps is complete BoysPKat39and60cYacht Caps at 24c pricesfrom I Scrip saved to with William men painting general OWEN MCKEE j JO S 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities Also full of Picture Mouldings Frames For Rubber Stamps RichmondKentucky JOPLIN AT + OFFICE + + 7oWEFHOROUGHLY i MILLRUST DUST SANDvSLEi RAIN PROTECTED 11111 taiS t1lIII4L Th in AwUtntr dMcmllu CoUnr IIlllOrLiOftWRd sICl4 1111 ti atnperiorud OUR STEEL TOWER ry 7 i lb S1 rl44 HYIEIA SPRAY OR WHITEWASHING PUMP =JIPIWATER PURIFYING PUMPS FuUlw ENGINESUaJcembi r Tismi TEMPLE CO CHICACO ILLS augH m rrCJ I ooMADISON INSTITUT S RICHMOND KENTUCKY tA High Class Boarding School for Girls t J WJVJcGARVEYjR PRINCIPAL buliliII1Jfil iout of the East department especially Frequent illustraed RlltlEuropenor of many ones Send for Catalogue juh1o8w FOE ZALEPV2UOy1 premisesatIOoclot Thursday August 15 located at corner of Oak and High Streets TheItaaeTholotonecfRichmond eirmonthsinterMt aag72r A R BURNAMI titHti KNkNNPIMM 0 HIAPHY T WrIIIc TIIIcnIiIIi1 WILBUR B SMITH LEXINCTOK KY IW Li tascal weIVERSI1TAwavddWeno NodoIaWriaiIr NI OMKWfTM a wu a tTH Lex a Jl45w r i j I line and CALL ++ THIS IS PUMP 3111810 strong inferior ISIk elrcll1aot PUBLIC SALE OF Re I P rsoDaLPrO rt wlllotfrrdpobllcauetlDJonwy Ify on rriby trailer NO 1SCI About tLe hour of 10 oclock a m my fsrm f M acres welt tmproved one of the best stone buildings la Madison container unoieImeats well fenced and close to aDdpotoMceCOurse of erection Also hat interest in acres of rn and small tobacco crop larmlul farnltnreUpona m I will alto o er r residence which now occupy In RiCad located IOcStJODInwell fenced with soste fruit nelghboi salestwostery W2IUStreetSbIsmtit beiWiags on that Street with 500 ibi tlo Iw horse hey and com yu wxtMKNt tt thrifty co dtkm with t- 0trOI4 N stia thrhOdIVna md hmwB day of sJe For nf cai1 ml isePfoYeai7 Shelby Masters nglt+w r IrISHIRTSI I The Shirt Sale of the year ll 975 Takes Choice of all Our 15 1350 1250 12 BLUE SERGE SUITS CHEVIOT SUITS FANCY WORSTED SUITS Worth your Attention 1 4S Hy u The Richmond Climax VEDXESDAY AUGUST 14 IDOl Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist Is ow located over J B Stouffers lothins Store 6febtf Wanted a rick of straw near Rich nond Ky R J CLAY Lexington Horso Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 Square piano for sale Apply to Irs W S Oldham 27febtf Gentlemen leave your straw hats toe cleaned at H S Stouts the tailor 7aug2t Mens straw hats made to look like ew at H S Stouts 7aug2t Special rate of 150 to Cincinnati unday via the L Nleavingon 355 rainPr Landiran the oculist will be t the Glyndon Hotel today Wednes ay 14 Leave your clothes with H S tout the tailor to be cleaned and rcssed 7aug2t Thoroughbred Southdown bucks r sale Apply to B J CLAY 17july 3t Iichmond Ky Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of ce over Middletons drug store July 17tf Elizabeth Walker wail given thirty iys in jail before Judge Million Satnr ay for chicken stealing Mrs J T Akers will sell at public ublic at theresidence Thurs lnytat ten clock her household and kitchen irnituro Moonshine Still Destroyed Deputy Collector Short captured and- ctroed a moonshine still in the edge f Knox county last week Notary Public Mr C B Hamilton of tIe Madison ational Bank has been commissioned Notary Public by Gov Beckhnm Arcade Burned The west end of the Emery Arcade i tnicinnati was damaged by tire last ednesday to the extent of 100000 WilIgings Paints Best t any price Price the lowest all andsee our many testi loaials Elected VicuPresident Mr G A11iv formerly of Valley Jew WHS elefted First VicePresident the Kiuludasville Commercial Club st week Pharmaceutical Examination Vuder the auspices of the State uarditn exuuiiiat fur plmnnacitstB ill be htM at XUsuinc Temple in this Iou Octobers Walt paper 3c or room hung mplete for 3 Geo M Willging Fine Dressers ould be interested in the eplendid ae rtiuent of stylish woolens lor fall and inter suits at the custom tailoring epartment of Covington Banks City Collector Removes City Collector D It Freeman line oved his Oftlce to Higgins Ellis oeery where those desiring to settle leir taxes will find him with his re tilt hook 17julyU Your pictures framedupto te for little money at Will ings Glade Republican Primary The Republican primary in the Glade strict resulted in the nomination of wee Lunsford for Magistrate and ihn Crawford Jr for Constable A rite vote was polled Taking a Rest 3In the absence of night Policeman harles Dudley who with Dr Muss ibson is sojourning at French Lick prings Claude Devore is keeping atch over the city at night For Rent Three brick residences on University ampus in good repair larg yards and ardens stables water and gas Terms t asonablo Apply to 3ugl4tf L H BLASTOS I Charged With Thelt Fletcher Williams a colored boy Bed 14 was tried in Judge Rices court Vednesday and held over to the grand Jry on the charge of stealing a quanti v of bluegrass seed from Barkers m chouse WilIging with his force of killedworkmen gives you the est work for the least money ithout vexatiousdelays Oats ursed C II Baker of AVallaceton lost 100 uiels of oats by fir which caught u the stubble and carried tliewpk to ume nearby StaekV Only bykwie York was his barn B M from Utt c oaricK flatneV cray ilOurDepartment Mens V T anciVBoysL t Guaranteed SHOESWill be- Opened Shortly lllRB1Io flLOTHIERS rzLZINoToP Low Rates to Louisville Via Queen Crescent Route ac count Knights Templar Conclave August 2730th Ask ticket agents for paiticulars W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O Has Decided to Go West 3Ir Shelby Masters having decided to locate in the West offers for sale his farm near Ruthton and several houses and lots in this city See notice of sale elsewherein todays CLIMAX More than 30 years practical experience has made Willging a practical paint and paper man and that why he can give you the Best for the least money Try him A New RailroadV A number of Diiuville Ky capitalists have organized a company to build a railroad from Coibiiuon tlieL AN to Point Buriibides on the1 C S The road will penetrate a section rich in coaland tiwber resources Goes to Lawrenceburg Mr A bIt Darison for some time past connected with tho Silver Creek distillery has been promoted to the superintendeucy of the Bond and LII Jard distillery at Lawrenceburg and will rhortly remove with his family to that placeIHeld Over To Grnd Jury Breck Walker colored of Nar row Gap this county was brought before Judge Million Monday on two charges of housebreaking and held over to the grand jury in each case under 300 bund which he failed to secure and was lodged in jail Our Band Selected The Richmond Military Band has been engaged to furnish music at both the Mt bltrlingand Berea fairs There is not a better band in Kentucky as any one can testify who has listened to its niKguificent open air concerts given here every Friday night Paroled The State Prison Commission last week paroled John Madden of Jackson county who was serving a torm of 15 years for liouseoreaking Madden had been in the pen for ten years John Hurst who was convicted with him was paroled about three years ago Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 12 17 The Louisville Atlantic railroad wilt sell tickets to Lexington August 12 to 17 inclusive with limit for return tuth at tate of one fare fur round trip 2t C M Unjwxixo Gen Mgr No Evidence ol Guilt Tim Lakes of Jackson county whose arrest charged with stealing ti copper worm from A W Creekmore re ported exclusively in last weeks CLI MAX had his eximining trial Monday before Judge Million and was dill charged on the ground of insufficient evidence A Prize Oration By request we publish 011 oUr first page the speech of W Reed Embry delivered at Centre College on the oc casion of his graduation in JiitpVV1Ur- Ewbry Is a son ot Madison county parents a promising young man lUll this splendid effort of lila has received many encomiums Anderson County Fair Lawrcnceburg Ky August 1924 1901 Tho Louisville and Atlantic railway will seW licketto Lawrenceburg Angnst in 14 inclusive with limit for returirfUS at one fare Inc the round trip C M BROWXIXO- General Manager F jExport Cattle Sold Simeon Weld representing Kelson Morris CoChicagor bought mat week of Mesrs J W and L A Ballard 50 cornfed export cattle weigh lHOO pounds at 5ir also of Thomas PJielps 40 head atfetme figure These are the liret export cattle bought in Madison county this season Pantagraph Changes Mr John H Harri of the Panta graph has secured a position asciw editor ot the Gateway Sentlnelht Winchester and left Monday for his new field of labor Mr WA Brad shaw of Covington who was foreman of the Register some years ago takes charge of the mechanical department of the Pantagraph Lexliiftftfl Herse Show and Carnival v Onefare round trip to Lexington dallv August 12th to 17th QweIlk Crescent Route See small bills forlist of finest attractions over uflTiigpflNii Lexington W C RIXEARSON G P A CiivciniiatCp Tatters dllllrlllll This farnoas TatterswU Hor Ex liange ir xI ton uurIOtISlltwrday afternooN entailing a loss tif W8OW AIx Htf30d WO worth of Block quwttsrfd lit the Msjes witS sed TIMI Ls WHo tferou ly seb Elk ur trowiHW iHit tiW uol dinsjetIae ta iU IN ttiw ttrJntiMJM wMk tbe fair ppogwin ibm week f J t Beauties y For All otofr t beatlIowersfIJ Our Floral Decorations are beantts and ractlce WelORSCS4t ranlbg ry KNOW receives our personal at tentlon BELL The Florist Ed LEXINGTON n KY HENRY L PERRYAgt- Bellsc flowers go Everywhere c SciDr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky apr7tf The Governor Saw Tom Gov Beckham and his stuff Inspect ed the Second regiment of State Guards at Camp Jean Raphael near Owens boro Saturday The Governor was tickled almost to death to pee Tom lurpin in uniform and playing soldier Prompt Payment Through local agent E It Rowland tho Sun Life Insurance Co paid this week the following death claims John Embrv colored 75 Ellen Webb 75 Embryslclaim was paid within 24 hours arid the other within 36 hours after death showing the promptness of this old reliable company No Such Corporation Here An Associated Press dispatch from Dover Delaware says that the Pro ducers Gas and Refining Co of Rich mond Ky with a capital ot 500000 has been incorporated there Inquiry among local capitalisls failed to die cover any information concerning tbe identity of the aforesaid company Special Train Service on Account ol Elks Fair at Lexington During tho Elks Fair at Lexington a special train will leave the C and O depot at 930 p m Each night con necting at Winchester with the train arriving at Richmond at 1125 p m Close connections to and from Lexington on all L N trains 31 br the round trip For Saie or Rent I offer for sale or rent privately my residence and two acres of hind on West Main street There are eight rooms bath room and hall and all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or address Dr G W Evans or the undersigned MRS SPEED SMITK julylGm Richmond Ky Stuart Jones Buys a Blue Grass Farm Throughreal estate agent Frank P Searce AV Stuart Jones the well known Second street ealoonist of this city bought of Mrs liollingahead her farm of 187 acres near Athens Fayette county for 10500 possession to be given March 1902 with the usual privilege of fall seeding Mr Jones with build a handsome residence on tho property Sold Halt Their Interest Messrs J Stone Walker J A Sullivan J C Chenault and G W Evans were in Cincinnati Saturday where they closed a deal with Pennsylvania parties disposing of an undivided half interest in their Brush Creek coal mines and ten thousand acres of coal land in that vicinity The considers tion is not stated but it is known to a very satisfactory figure Window shades 10 J5 20 and25cup at Willgings A Ground Soaker Both man and beast are greatly rejoiced over the good rain which set in Sunday night and continued until Monday noon It was the first real groundsoaker that has visited this section since last June The down pour was so heavy that it started thin creeks while the benefit tq late corn pastnr age and gardens will be worth thousands of dollars to the farmers Will Meet at Estill Springs Next At Grayson Springs last week the Cmnty Attorneys of the State met and organized a permanent association lion J Tevis Cobb represented Mad lion county at the meeting W Of Davis of Woodford was elected President Sam C Mulloy of Lyon VicePresident It C Simmons of Kenton Treasurer and T W Thomas of Warren Secretary The association will meet again next August at Estill SpriiigsVLow Rates via L One faro to Lexington and return August 12 to 17 Good returning 19th Account Elks Fair U 00 to Parke 11111 and return Sun days August 11 and 18 Account Camp Meeting Special train leaves Richmond 730 a in 353 to Cleveland Ohio and return August 8 to 12 Good returning until September 15 with privilege of exteni sion to October 8 Account Grand Army ofRepublic Wilbur Smiths College Lexington Ky Write to Prof W R Smith for 25 years President of the famous Com mercinl College of Kentucky Universi ty for particulars of unequaled in ducements fur young men to pursue its Business Shorthand Typowriting or Telegraphic Courses This Oolleue is responsible antI is influential in eecur iJujt situations for Its students See ad vertisement Address only VsT It SMITH Lexingtonltf The Elks Fair at Lexington began Monday with a great flourish of trum pets and decoration galore ExGov enter Bradley pressed thin button that started the fun Owing to the in clement weather only a small delegn tion of Elks from here went over to participate in the parade Tottnorrow Is Confederate Day when Fightingn Joe Wheeler the idol of the Confederacy will be ojnof the leading at tractions i Vitemove to West VjVrjV Mr and Mrs WK Denny hadI silo Saturday of their household and kitchen furniture preparatory to their removal to Point Pleasant W VP where fbere soiflniaw1Mr Stcinber ger lives wefil where Mh Denny will feHgoK irt farming They will leave fortbetr newliome th6 litter trt of this week J nrjdK thwIrst here tlwy xcstly endeared thciUflelvei to people of JUi Jni fid wlw ptlfr tthrir departure sad WiiktfJIMMrty is the Pan Handle i3tMV i 4 7 4 Fine Tailorm L 2727 SUITS OVERCOATS and extra TROUSERS made to meas feg tire at lowest prices consistent with highest grade workV Correct style JpN iand perfect fit guaranteed in every 3 PsinstanceWinter Woolens is now ready and jiJiv e an early inspection by our old 4 patrons would be appreciated gj L Covingtoii Bafiks 91J YV We have made extraordinary jUg J preparation for the Fall and Winter p i Shoe traae and before the snow ifjl i flies well have the largest stockof jjj 1Mens and Boys Footwear ever Jfa Richmond Look outs r for this department its coming to b55 the frontV 1oCoviiigtoii uiiks r iA SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR J J 5t Jk 9 rT14VVxer X6X ITCocaine riabil Growing A Lancaster dispatch says An or dinance was introduced before the city council to stop thesale of cocaine and morphine by the drug etores except on specific prescriptions and then only in cases of actual sickness The cocaine habit lIRe assumed such proportions as to require legislation to stamp it out Boolman Plays the Hero A special to the Lexington Leader from Jackson Ky tells how Rev Robt Bootman formerly of this city played the part of a hero and rescued Mrs Spencer and Mr George Breidenthal railway mail clerk on the L E from watery graves Mr Boatman is now traveling for the Now York Life Insurance Co and was visiting friends in Jackson Progressing Rapidly Work on the Beatty ville extension of the L A is progressing rapidly About 200 negro laborers from Louisville Midway and Versailles passed up to Irvine Thursday making about now engaged on the Irvine end of the line There is also a large force working on the Beattyville end With such ac tivity and favorable fall weather the early completion of the road Is assured High Price for Corn Owing to the protracted drouth not more than half a crop of corn will be raised in Madison county this year and like conditions are true of other sections For old corn the astonishingly high price of f 375 per barrel is be ing paid and it is scarce even at that New corn in the field will be worth at IeastS250Thcre was a fairly goodyleld of oats rind the hay crop is better than usual which are some consolation to the farmers To Develop Lead Mines Mr J Byrd Deatherago has gone to Midway to superintend tho develop ment of some lead mining property owned by Messrs J C and IX M Chenanlt of this CitVThese gentle men have leased a large tract of land near that place believed to ho rich in lead and Mr Deatherage who has had experience as a mineral expert in tho West will spend the next sixty days hi making thorou investigation olihe ore New Street Opened The City Council at its last regular Erecting entered an order to open anew fitreet in tho east end of town The new street will run from the entrance of the fair grounds to the barrel factory and will be a continuance of Estill aveniie Councilman Lyman Parrlsh Chairman of the Street Committee has advertised for sealed bids for grading the new throughfare which will be ready for travel by the time the barrel factory starts up Poor Children Given an Ouling Through the liberality of the Cincin nati Posts Fresh Air Fund which has enabled hundreds of poor children from the crowded tenement districts of Cincinnati to taste of the joysof country life thirty tots ranging in ages from three to twelve years old passed through jn a special car lest Wednesday afternoon bound for Silver Creek ami KirkdViltoi where they will spend 81 fortnight Dr I Oldham and other magnanimous citlMKw of The Kirks ville locality wiH entertain the party and It is wfe to say that they will have fcuuu aJllIIUtMthw w after year- stheywll1referWthwttia ayiiit- o Gods coontry VIIl Richmond Elk Honored Dr A Wilkes Smith of this city has just been notified of his appoint ment as District Deputj Grand Exalted Uuler of the Elks for the State ol Ken tucky to succeed George T Wilson of Bowling Green The honor was con ferred by Grand Exalted Ruler E E Pickett The Louisville Times ol Monday printed an excellent picture of the new Deputy Grand Exalted Rulerwho receiving the congratulations of his friends on all sides Mr r10seley Goes to St Louis Mr J D Moseloy who for tho past year has been associated in the merchant tailoring business here with Mr MondayIsome salary with a large St Louis clothing firm Mr Moseley is not only an artist in his special line of work but is a clever genial gentleman and has made many friends during his stay in Richmond The CLIMAX wishes him success in the Mound City Open Gates Must Go Such annisance has the open gate become that the City Council huts en acted an ordiance compelling all property owners to swing their gates Mu instead of out A gate stretch ed open across the sidewalk is quite a hindrance by day and may become a positive source of injury at night to pedestrians The ordinance is a good one and wo hope Mayor Smith will set that it is enforced or at least that the open gate nuisance is abated Richmonds Newspaper Syndicate With the appearance last Thursday of the Irvine Leader from the press of the Kentucky Register Captain S F Rock of this city becomes the largest individual newspaper publisher in Ken tucky Besides his own paper the Semiweekly Register ho now prints time Valley View Argent Ford Index and Irvine Leader issuing a paper Saturday7hothing he undertakes and wo hope he will get millions out of his syndicate of papers OR lor Danville Dr J V Logan who for so long hns been the honored President of Central University will leave in a few days for Danville to take his new position as professor of theology In tho consolidated University His liBrary and house hold effects were shipped this week Prof Crooke will also eay good bye to Richmond in a few days he too having been given a chair in the new institu tion Roth gentlemen have added lus tie to the past glory of Richmond an as educational center and their departure is sincerely regretted Excursion to Old Point Comfort And Ocea View Va On Tuesday August 30 tho Chesa peake and Ohio Ry will sell round trip tickets to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va at 13 and good fifteen days from date of sale Special Hotel rates ofV3 per day at lIygela Hotol and 2 00 per lay orH per week at Ocean View Hotel Ticket will begood going on trains leaving IxjxitiKton at 1120 a maudS4Spw Through sleepers will bo run on 840 p in train Berth rates 2 fur night 350 through Dont take timeV last opportunity ft got to tho sswiiioie this summer Write for fullJ rfrwtioii or Bleepe reeervftMM lrOio HV1URXKY PJP AvPft 0 Ky Lexington JKI il- J Busy + f Bet 1 + + ++ + t+ DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THEtEe BUSY BEE CASH STORE Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to hve money to nieet 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 cut prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keen edged 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 S10 to 1250 are now 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to S9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and Childrens suits and pants have beer cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them Whea we say half price we dont exaggerate Call and see for yourselves dont take our word for it Bring your boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay with us long at these prices We mean business We know it is dijath to competition to turn loose as big a stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We arc forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy r 11 the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circuhJr for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease uprhis is the verdict of the Busy Beq Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt W D OLD AM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Not Till Next Year Mr George Simmons junior member of the hardware firm of Douglas Simmons says that the notice concern ing the dissolution ot his firm published in a local paper is premature The contemplated change will not take etfeit until January 1902 when Mr Douglas will retire to go on the road and Mr James Arbuckle now with DI B Sliackolford Co will take his place as partner in the business In the meantime Douglas Simmons de sire to remind the public that they are still at Iho old stand selling hardware cheaper than anybody Colored Teachers Give Open Session The teachers attending the Colored Teachers Institute gave an open seE sion last Thursday night which was enjoyed by a large audience including a number of white citizens The selections were well rendered and tie entertainment was in every way a cred table one The Institute which was conducted by Prof C W Reynolds and which was one of tho best ever held in the county closed Friday There has been wonderful Improvement in the colored schools of time county under Supt Wagers guidance and they are now doing splendid work Sponsor atthe Elks Fair The Elks Fair and Carnival at Win chester last week was a great success from a financial as well as an amuse meut standpoint Quite a number of our citizens took in time festivities amringthem exGov McCreary Among the several towns represented Rich mond was honored by having one of Its fair daughters Mrs Joe Chenanlt chosen sponsor to time Queen of the Carnival Uivles McElwaine of this city cap tured first money in both stallion and walking rings They also got second money in the Bankers Stake Hen Duncan secured second money in the running race Newspaper for Irvine Mr Robt R Friend a brilliant young graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College has just launched on the jour nalistic sea a newspaper which will be sent out from our neighboring town Irvine every Thursday Tfjij initial number of the Eatill Leader the name of the new paper icuched our desk lust week and after a carefui perusal x f its columns we camisafely say that if Mr Friend will continue to fill tho Leader with just such crisp news time success of his paper M assured As stated in salutatory there is no doubt that paper can saccoed in Estill county if tbereia confidence and supporthetween people and editor The paper in itself ie non partMaiu Mr Friend being a Rativeol IrvhWi Ia Via known to the 4tIaSI S iii theM soustyaud his RMt4ily way hss1ltssaes gftiiNd for Iiimth r rM eta U utlwace thxMe tha- tho4i4h15D aeGek lb4aatof Tta LAOn Jfat eoi crown Mb eettV R For Sale A fine jersey cow and calforparticulars call on J D Stouffer Ujulytf Boys in Madison Institute EDIToR CIJMAX I have been asked by a number of persons who have sons ad well as daughters to educate whether boys will be admitted as pupils in Madison Institute and I take this occasion to say that they will be received as heretofore This announcement would have boen made sooner but I supposed it was generally understood that boys would be received from tho fact that they have been admitted as pupils in previous years The faculty of Madi son Institute for next session will be the strongest in its history in fact it is no exaggeration to say that no stronger force of teachers was ever gathered ti ether in any school in the State and we aro willing for the boys of Rich mond and vicinity to be enrolled among the day pupils and obtain the same superior advantages that the girls will enjoy No change line been made in the excellent course of study I would be glad to confer with parents who wish their boys to have the very best educa tional advantages Soud us your boys and let us show you what we can do for them J WllcGAnEyJnlr1l1cipal ContractAwarded Tho committee composed of County Judge E C Million County Attorney J Tevis Cobb Magistrate D P Armer and Messrs J A Sullivan n W Miller J W Caperton and R R Bur uam appointed by time Fiscal Court to award the contract for remodeling the court house opened the bids yesterday when it was found that Bailey Keener of Henderson Ky were time lowest bidders at ll4J 0 They were accordingly awarded the contract Tho two other closest competitors were Everrode A Son of Columbus lndtat 12OC3and Turpin Rico of this city at 13700 Work will begin at once and the contract calls for its completion by Tan 1902 TIme proposed im provements Include remodeling the vaults making additional security for the records otlmo county and courts new stairs steam heating slate floors below new windows antI doors where Saul have not been recently renewed So extensive are tno changes contem plated that it wili in reality look like a new court bourns and be an ornament Ito tho city and county addition to tlta sheen f M Rift IIn ptfnin filling HtlJH7 and Oeo M Willjin lilt contract Ir tine gWs work and exteri r psintinz Ml232 These bids weto lot fepnrt Iy by tlll Committee Luestratn l1hllr MIIIeY- Kocaer A r tfjftiffi eeiird 44OItO M Wl4hiii kskqi44 p1ntiax M 78tIII1 VSM eoiwldenfete pwtimi yf il 4ok Work a DO YOU WANT To sell your RE A I ESTATE TIMBER r COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to or exchange anv kind of property Write me with all the particulars as I Olav be able to holp you Address rM N Lock Ilox 475 Charleslon W Va 12dec ly The new Alpine railway from Rex to Villars has been opened The line opens a picturesque country in the high Alps Nightingale competitive concerts are held every year durine April in various cities in Japan Dr Whites Electric Courts Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OBRA C HART State Agent 27feblyr During tho last six months 3 004 cases of smallpox were reported in Ohio and 38 deaths c8 A7V7It This ilgnaturo is on every box of tbe genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets tfio remedy that etlres n cold In one dny A Wall street man figures John D Rockefellers wealth at over a billion TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the if it fails to cure K W Groves signature Is on each box 25 cents The sugar trust has reduced all grades ten points Stops tho Gcmffli and Works off the Cofd Laxative Bromo QL nine Tabletc cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Women should always keep something in store for the men they love Cincinnati Sunday Rates The regular biweekly Sunday excursion Qncen Crescent Route Sunday August 18th All the summer attrac tions of the Queen City are open Ask ticket agents for rates and time of trains W C RIXEARSON G1 A- Cincinnati O No lanide dear meals In dining cars are not served on time tables Tttter SatItUeam awl Kcaeraa The tetease Hefetng aad smarting lad lest to ttaee dfeoaceB fa iaetantly ally 4 by apIylag CbMBberlaJna Eye aad Skin iutntuat Mcwy very bad aee8 faura INML penaaaeBtty cured Tsy it It iflqneIkieet foe hchiMr piles and a iaworoe n Soc sore nlp es i chHKwid hiwdi cMbUfeo frostbites and uMruale oce eys 25cte per boi l r Catl1s CwMiMt Fowler we MtWllahDone JHMM1 wkea te WWood priir sad vidUS They cia ao kdIdsd Mt iato vat a kon ta prim eortmoa PriM M MIItIJMII + Cash+ + i StoreVt+++ t ++ + 44 + + ++ + To+ + All t+ + 44 + + 4+ SOJffEXSHTB NEW They cure dandruff hair falHny haul onliuryconmib worldPeopleduced are wild with delight YouVsimply comb your hair eaoh day and wOIulprfnlmade so that it is absolutely impossible to writtention in erery respect Send stamps for StSeLivewhere to introduce this article Sells suecesSeeDocaturIllinois During the first three months of the PanAmerican Expositioh the attend alice was 2724 908 Under the new law 660 National banks have been chartered to dateV hisfootandforceoflampnpesfoot and carefully removes the range of the lameness What is called weak stomach is like time laraene s of the renmovimigtheulate time stomach with whisky medi cines you keep it iroiiifr but everv Afewtuedisordemiof digestion mud nutrition in perftct overyhundredwill cure the worst ailments originating alwlIshelpsPiercesPleasant Although there are 2MOOOacres of orchards in England yet Britain buys 100000 tons of apples abroad in a year Free New Cure for Eczema And skin eruptions REM 1C KS EC ZEMA CURE and ItEMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC have never yet failed to cure FREE TRIAL Write today the samples are free HavanaVMedicine Co 1124 Locust Street St Louis Mo For sale by B L Mid del tonjuue4yA daughter was born to Mr and Mrs George Gould on board the Gould yatch off Seabri ht N J- OnlyaMas Many are not being benefited by the cummer vacation as they should be Now notwithstanding pjgch outdoor life they are little if any stronger tlmn were The tan ou their faces N darker anti makes them look healthier but it N only a mask They are stIltVnervouo easily tired upset trifle and thee du not eat nor sleep well What th iy need is what tcnefc tkiaVcreatl8allpViHrt hr H Dolls Sarsnpariia Ispiis- sd Itwhws Vsemimriywill find use- ilalp44rpitvm iii the T etinn bet frb l rH Xrtut HwdicMte witMVww liYIifa w k I I ryg fP c BEFORE AFTEr VIGORMEN VINE Wz1tteiLJlIJIZuII1nhlII FOr sale by Stockton k Hasan Druggists dec9ly PITTSBURG iCENTRAL STOCK YARDS1i EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern marketsGood buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PftlVATEHORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr Tn utnun Mt1 Jimcnt D OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS paystoThe Company is nearly 8 years old and has a greater premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during lire this Company offers special advantages F SMITH BOWMFNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky n d r1rtlfr1 l p 3 l August 121314 56and 17 19OI Ii 3OQOQ PURSES G ROTTINGKND AtOLE GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WEDfAUG 14 iVEAN0 ART eH1BIT 150000 I GRANDORGEOUS aUypricea S562000Amount riJ A MUSEMENTO INCLUDING AND THE MOST I OF ATTRACTIONS Ever for the ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION RATES RAILROADS I SEE SMALL BILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED II II S ARRAY Devised II CATALOG W Secy r r tc S C E SMITH Pros F E BAIRD See and Treas L M WARE General Manager ffoii Gu y y Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market The BEST because it willmake you the Most Money 30000 SQoooIITUPENDOUS ALL PARTICULAR- SHANKLIN LEXINGTON KY Tna ran ura CD I It is BEST because V there is no high ratio 3 1 business on our II Books It requires LESS money to cpm plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other MAGNETIC NER Jffor Company 1J The Jefferson Is NEW and under IU Weekly Contract can ecU you virtually 1Ground Floor Business every 18th week ttI Jf A trial will provo the wisdom of an Inrestmeni The Jefferson If fw HOME OF ICE c No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY 3 rr LS OttQANIZED CROW MORRIS Pres WW lUTE Vice Pres TUB MUTUAL LirE INSURANCE 00 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Merriwcther Secy Jos Pettuu Treas- Jas B Steadman Medical Director henry A Hodge Supt Agencies Kentucky IAdmitted Assets Dec 31 1900 J30W71 bTTKPUJS Dec 31 1900 191589 W Increase in Surplus J5Q 9 7432 i Income for 1900 f7t1I4I1W Expenditures forIiO cM9rtlM Excess Income over czpenditurec 171544 hsmEe1l Force hcellKrJ l 5 j J H KENNEDY Special Agent may1yRICHMOND KY g it THOMAS JEFFERSON Continued from first page was chosen as chairman of the committee and drew up its report concern ing a plan of government or this region Its most important provision was that after the year 1800 of the Christian Era there shall bo neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in any of the said Statesothenvise than in punishment ol crimes But most unfortunately this clause prohibiting slavery was not adopt ed This was Mr Jeffersons last legis lative nnjlextaking Undoubtedly the legislative enactments of which he was the authortiave been of more benefit to the laws of this country than those of any other single man Through them all you can plainly trace the work of a great lever and equalizer of a man who cared not a straw for the opinions of those in high places but would kneel to catch the plaudits of the people lie always showed a zeal in the wel fare of his country and was ready and willing to sacrifice private interest to further her propcrity In habits and appearance he was plain and unostentatious lie abhorred everything In the way of pomp and die play Could he as he rode horseback and unattended to his first inaugration have looked forward one century to the dazzling splendor that tow attends a Presidential inaugration he no doubt would have exclaimed Indismay The days of tile Republic are numbered And such in fact today are the pre dictions from many sources An eminent President of one our lead ing universities has predicted that In twenty years we filial have a mon- archial form of Government But such a prediction must be false for before this people will have wrested from them their heritage of liberty and independ ence for which their forefathers sacri flcednil save honor this country would run kneedeep in blood and these magnificent cities great and glorious works of architecture and art would become but a smouldering mass We boast with pride that the sun in its course never sets upon American possessions and the American flag let us predict with more pride that it will never set upon American freedom The fourth of July will always be the greatest dav in the calendar of the Uni ted Statesfor upon that day was signed the declaration of freedom and independence and upon the same day fifty years later died its author At fifteen minutes to 1 on the morning of the fiftieth anniversary of the day be had forever made famous Thomas Jeffer son quietly passed away and in that passing there disappeared from this life Americas greatest statesman Truly it may be said that his is One of the few the immortal names that were not born to die To him we owe not only the declaration of our freedom but its emblem as well After the signing of the Declara tion of Independence a committee was appointed consisting of Mr Jvifereun Dr Franklin and John Adams to pre pare a device for a seal of the United States This seal as designed by Mr Jefferson was a shield with six stripes representing the diflorent countries from which our ancestors came the thirteen stars of course representing the different States This device as re ported was never adopted but it Was afterwards seized upon as the device for the National flag When Freedom from her mountain height Unfurled her standard to the air 3hc tore the azure robe of night And set thiestars of glory there She mingled with its gorgeous dyes The milky baldric oflhe skies Andstriped its pure celestial white With streakings of the morning light hog of the free hearts hope and home By angel hands to valor given Thy stars have lit the welkin dome And all thy hues were born in heaven Forever float that standard sheet Where breathes the foe but falls before ns With Freedoms soil beneath our feet And Freedoms banner streaming oerus Great Strikes in History of United States 1886 Knights of Labor against Mis souri Pacific Railroad 150000 men in terested Men lost 1892 Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers against Carnegie Company 10000 directly involved Men lost- 18J4American Railway Union against Pullman Company 100600 men stopped work Men lost- 18U7UuitetlMine Workers against all bituminous coal operators and many anthracite 110000 men out Men won1000Unltcd Mine Workers in An thracite territory against coat operators 112000 called out Men won 1901 Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers against Steel Crust 100000 directly Involved 7 Justice was leadenfooted when she went after Cantata Carter but her slowness then was nothing wlen compared to her sluggishness in her chase after Neeley Young Girls Are often engaged in doing the rod of comliItionsatooping and lifting tile running up and down stairs at times when labor should possiIbIeoverstrain or self neglect under these conditions that the foundation is laid for serious woman Irregularity step to impaired womanly health- Perfectregularity may established b the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It heal fiamma tion and ulceration and care female weakness It makes weak wom en strong and sick women welL ll I olt give tne much r Teasurew writes Miss SIIPp r James greatgOOrcceiYedfromtion and Golden Medical Discovery1 I bad pei1odspaiRs le my back end stomach I conld not althopeMends iasMed JIIY trying Dr Plcrces FSTOritePrescrlptlolL bitt little fahh I t and before I had taken half a bottle I of1avorile andSubad fal1cdor Dr Pierces Commo S Me Xrtictl Adviser coven IN 40oeipt of ai oueceni i1iisii to pay ez ilikI 3 F ss A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sun I All doctors Lao tried to cureOA TARRH by the lisA of powders acid pasteformTheirmembranes causing them to crack open and bleed The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aImed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treat ment of CATARRH haaat last perfected a Treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but pernanently cures CATARRH by removing the cause stopping the dis charges and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science partsThisSNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollfxreach package containing internal and exter oat medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCATAIRIInow recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and dill gusting disease It cures all inflamma tion quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve LILY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when neclected often leads to CONSUMPTIONSNUF FLES will save you if von use it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage if used accordion to the directions which accompany teach pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition anti you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the regular price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of Ono Dollar Address Dept O 959 EDWIN B GILES COM1ANY2iO- and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imavlyr It seems that the Dumont air ship which has created such a sensation in Europe makes a noise like a battery of nrtilleiy when under way awaking everybody over whom it passes This doesnt agree with poetic thoughts on the silent passage through the air P T Thomas Sumterville Ala 11 was suffering from dyspepsia when I DyspopsiaCure DyspepsiaCureall the natural digestive fluids It gives weak stomachs entire rest restoring their natural conditionPerry Thomas The American soldier costs his Gov ernment outside of his salary and rations nearly five times as much as does the Russian und three and a half times as much as the German Where does all this go If the action of your bowels is not oasy and regular serious complications must bo the final result DeUitts Little Early Risers will remove this dan ger Safe pleasant and effective Perry Thomas If Schley is to be tried for not attack ing the Spaniards at tho first opportunity with his small fleet what is to be done to Sampson who watched them lyinC in range for four hours without firing a shot This is a fact Ills own log book shows it Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores ol all kind quickly healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain cure for piles Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you get the original DeWitts Perry Thomas The physicians who are worrying over Count Tolstons condition should not forget that he bad an interview re cently with Senator Beverldgo who is said to have disagreed with him Prob ably Beveridgo wasnt ripe In cases of cough or croup give tile little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in u little while It never falls Pleasant to take always safe sure and almost instantaneous in effect Ierry ft Thomas New Music For The Popular Music Lover Max S Witt whoso First Violin waltzes dedicated to Richard Mans field had such unprecedented success has just written a new waltz in Spanish rythm called The Belle of Granada It is already a favorite with orchestra leaders Dont Wear Your Heart On Your sleeve is the significant title fa new ballad by the authors of The Little Lost Child It is a song which appeals to everyones sympathies Mazie My Dusky Daisy is the latest craze in coon songs It has a little touch of Spanish melody and rythm in it and acborus that everyone catches on to its melody The Bngvillo Brigade is an odd characteristic piece for piano by Nick Brown Everyone likes this odd kind of n solo piece which while easy of performance is at once effective and easyWilliam Walker have got really a crakerjack hit in their show this season It is called when Zacharias Leads The Band and it has a very catchy melody indeed The above publications are issued this month by Jos Stern Co the House of Hits who tre also agents for the celebrated Hawkes Sonorous Band Instruments nUll the Bear Stringed Instruments They will be pleased to send their illustrated catalogue free upon application to their main olllces 34 E 21st Street New York Owing to the complicity cf the German Consul the Kaiser will probably find himself impotent to punish Cov lumbia for the arrest of Murillo under the German flag The case seems on all fours with that during President Harrisons Administration when General Barrundia was murdered on an American vessel through the connivance of Minister Mfzner All that tho United States could do was to fire Minzer There have been two traitors in the Democratic party of lato years One was Mr Sibley of Pennsylvania and the other Mr McLaurin of South Carolina the first while he did not resign the seat to which Jie bad been elected as a Democrat did not an flounce Ms conversion to Republican ism openly and basil been reelected as a Republican the latter continuing to equivocate has rightly been kicked out bag and baggage What surprises Is is not that Mr Kennon WM fired from RiMsia but that he had the cheek tp go hick there after outraging tba confidence of the Czar oez hi rlMrtri It net muvMim tttU Aihlnw trtIoA uId hai piJll bohd tbsj damnnpcza report frooutsUvery- Jn tIct1IIpIn Wliat eTwj jprnfld it- td t t 7 111 a The Miniature Railway One of the greatest novelties of the age is tIle Miniature Railway the small est steam railroad in the world The gauge is 15 inches the height 30 inches from the top of rails to top of smoke stack on locomotive Each passenger coach accoinodates two persons either adult or children and is six feet long and 24 inches wide A man standing beside the engine is from two to thrco feet above its top and yet this midget runs 12 miles an hour It works just like the big railroad trains and will be one of the features at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Au gust 1217 Every child In the State should see and ride it It suits the Republican to exaggerate the standing of this country in the af fairs of the world by continually as serting that the Governments of Eu rope are now sitting up nights to con trive coalitions and all sorts of dread ful things against us As a matter of fact it is very doubtful whether there Is a single European power that is seriously worrying over the American invasion Perhaps they may some day but not now- lennsyivanla has been considered a Republican strong hold for years past yet no one can say whether it is so by the votes of its people or by the manip ulations of its ballot box It is certain that the State ring can cast 100000 fraudulent ballots whenever it likes and that it does cast a large proportion of them at every election There is nothing now in the Sampson letter to which Captain Schley refers The Admiral sent it to Congress a year or two ago causing a most extraordinary flutter in the navy rijig thereby However the ring was too strong ly committed to Sampson to own up at that state oi titeganie- Busybothies have secured the release from a Kansas asylum of the lunatic who shot and killed six men We hope he will be with his rescuers when his homicidal mania takes him again Wouldnt it be great if Corbin and Crowiushield should be sent to repre sent the Army and Navy at the corona tion next June Wouldnt the country be delighted with the selections Really this man Sampson is too good to live Now he is talking about the battle of San Juan Why not the battle of Matanzas while he is about it In one he killed three children and in the othera mule Official reports from the South Afri can war for June show that women diedjin the concentration camps War is certainly hellns waged by Kitchi nerNow they are playing golf with il luminated balls The accompanying high balls are not illumined but they get there just the same The soporiflc effect of the Vice Presi dent was never moro strikingly illus trated than at present Who knows where Roosevelt is Come to think of it is the intention of President McKinley that benevo lent assimilation shall be preceded by benevolent gluttony If as President Havemeyer of the sugar trust says the tariff is the mother of trusts why not try the effect of abol ishing it on his trust Now that Uncle Sam sees how easy it was to do his plain duty he won ders why he didnt do it two years ago Wo hope the AttorueyGeueFal will apoligize to Mr Neeley when he finally turns him loose Women like to bo loved but what they like best is to be preferred The weather man will gel his reward in the hereafter A young girl is an enigma Marriage gives you tile explanation of it PATENTS TRADEMARKS DESIGNS FREENoticeCiaryes moderate No fee tifipatentis secured Letters strictly E Patent Lawyer Washington OC touinille t1itic R ilroQ Schedule in effect May DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VerailIesLairrenceburr Shel mandFor Irvine 1156 am For Millers Creek 850 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 1158 am Cincinnati 830pm From Irvine w 255 pm From Millers Creek 850 anj CM BROWNING Gen Mgr HALF RATES PIusSlOODAIlUV TO BUFFALOAND RETURN VIA Big Four RQute Aflbrdinc an opportunity to visit the PanAmerican ExpositionktdN Return limit ten days from date of sale STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo and Niagara Falls On Tickets to New York Boston xt btT fsUnion depot connectiOl1SinCiBclnnat1j 14Fast Daily 41 Hours Quickest Choice of rAke Ride between CI laud and BHJf lo on 0 k JL Slesn jtA Call cm or write Agents mig Fair tbeIj4WAIKEKJ LYNCH Jr P DeP AIiqiqyO1NC1I1IATI 0c c aUKrrv Pau latIt 44o9 TnL I i J No other- packaE coffee goes so far or gives such entires- atisfaction as ARBUCKLES ROASTED COFFEE bettercoffeeIneachARBUCKLE BIbS Notion Dept 1lNew York cit7 N Y Fast schedules finest trains to Cincinnati and North Queen Crescent Route t OKLAHOMA Indian Arkansas Territory t Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon O ht59vcts 191 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Construction right Results right For two or three horses Draff lighter than any other Disc Plow Turns either right or left Low Steel Frame Weight 600 pounds 5 What It Does 1 REPAIRING JY close every corners Ithfinrdies more cubic inches of soil with less draft than any plow on earth It turns under stalks trash and V weeds completely It breaks up hard pan and pulverizes the soil It leaves the ground at bottom of furrow porous and natural It prepares the soil to withstand TI wet or dry season It inures better crops than any other method of plowing OOUGUS SIMONS BLRBWiII STOTES F1IIIG IJPLIEttIS nachlly JT I TI TTTTi11t WEEKDAYSIMON VIGOR MAGNETIC NER EasUy QuIckly HMUHiUfl Resfored GnrKntoo Sold with a TTrltten to cure for sale by Stockton 3 Ilagan Druggists dec9ly PITTSBURG g iCENTRAl STOCK YARDS EAST LIBERTY J PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO 8HIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern marketsGod buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consiguuients for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVA EVERY ODONNELL Mgr Tr ullii v OF UEXlrNGTON KY The Giant investment of the South 4 PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead Tho Company is nearly 8 years old and has a greater premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company lc Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company otters special advantages SMITH BOWMNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond K- ytg9dr1111f l August 12 314 85 16 and 17 19OI II 30000PURSES vs- u TROTflKGPIND AtblE fttS GRAND CONFEDERATE REUNION WED AOG 1- 4iVE stAN0 ART E1ltUBITS 150000I GRAND MEN allWattngtoanaddrcsscnrecsiptotprlcsbe S562000Amount ATTRACTIONS INCLUDING AND THE MOST VINE 5000011 SIITUPENbous ARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever Devised for the ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND EXCURSION RATES on RAILROADS ALL PARTICULARS SecyWRITCKY 1C E SMITH Tres F E BAIRD Sec and Treau w L 11 WARE General Manager The T11aioii Gu ran y cy D Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market It The BEST because it willmake you thej Most Money General 3CXOOO 11 w It is BEST because jt 3SII ss on our1 BooksttItrequires LESS money to com 1 plete an Investment in The Jeffer t + son than in any other Company t4 + vlrtualbOroundA trial will prove the wisdom of an Inrestmeni in The Jefferson rHOME OFrICE No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY aS a a a S S a a ORGANIZED OfeOW MORRISPrrs VTVf lUTE Vice Pres TBB MUTUAL tIrE INMNCE 00 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Merriwelher Secy Jos Pettui Treu Jas n 8teadmanr Medical Dlrectcr Henry A Hodge Supt Agencies Kentucky Admitted Assets Dec 31 1000 J3018714 bWEPiUS Dec31 J900 111 SW H Increase in Surplus J50 97432 Income for 1800 ST1IMI1W Espenditures for IJOff 6041111 Excess Income over expenditures 171M4 H hsiraice IM Ferce Becewkr 3IM 1I4L549 J1 J H KENNEDY Special Agent IhuaYJ7RICHMOND KY THOMAS JEFFERSON Continued from first page was chosen as chairman of the com mittee and drew up Its report concern lug a plan of government for this region Its most important provision was that after the year 1800 of the Christian Era there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary tervitude in any of the said Statesothenvise than in punishment of crimes But most unfortunately this clause prohibiting slavery was not adopted This was Mr Jeffersons last legis lative undertaking Undoubtedly the legislative enact ments of which he was the authorlmve been of more benefit to tile laws of this country than those of any other single man Through them all you can plainly trace the work of a great lever and equalizer of a man who eired not a straw for the opinions of those in high places but would kneel to catch the plaudits of the people He always showed a zeal in the wel fare of his country and was ready and willing to sacrifice private interest to further her prosperity In habits and appearance he was plain and unostentatious lie abhorred everything In the way of pomp and display Could he as he rode horseback and unattended to his first inaugration have looked forward onecontury to the dazzling splendor that now attends a Presidential inaugration he no doubt would have exclaimed In dismay The days of tho Republic are numbered And such in fact today are the pre dictions from many sources An eminent President of one our leading universities has predicted that in twenty years we shall have a mon archial form of Government But such a prediction must be false for before this people will have wrested from them their heritage of liberty and independ mice for which their forefathers sacri flced all save honor this country would run kneedeep in blood and these magnificent cities great and glorious works architecture and art would become but a smouldering mass We boast with pride that the sun in its course never sets upon American possessions nnd the American flag let us predict with more pride that it will never set upon American freedom The fourth of July will always be the greatest dav in the calendar of the Uni ted Statesfor upon that day was signed the declaration of freedom and inde pendence and upon the same day fifty years later died its author At fifteen minutes to 1 on the morning of the fiftieth anniversary of the day he had forever made famous Thomas Jeffer son quietly passed away and in that passing there disappeared from this life Americas greatest statesman Truly it may bo said that his is One of the few the immortal names that were not born to die To him we owe not only the declara tion of our freedom but its emblem as welt After the signing of tho Declara tion of Independence a committee was appointed consisting of Mr Jefferson Dr Franklin and John Adams to prepare a device for a seal of the United States This seal as designed by Mr Jefferson was a shield with six stripes representing the dl florent countries from which our ancestors came the thirteen stars of course representing the different States This device as re ported was never adopted but it was afterwards seized upon as tile device for the National flag When Freedom from her mountain height Unfurled her standard to the air dhe tore the azure robe of night And set the stars of glory there She mingled with its gorgeous dyes The milky baldric oQhe skies And striped its pure celestial white With etreakings of the morning light Flag of the free hearts hope and home By angel hands to valor given i Thy stars have lit time welkin dome And all thy hues were born in heaven Forever float that standard sheet Where breathes the foe but fallsbe fore us With Freedoms soil beneath our feet And Freedoms banner streaming oorU- sGreat Strikes in History of United States 1886Knights of Labor against Mis souri Pacific Hailroad 150000 men in terested Men lost- 1892Jmalgunatetl Association of Iron and Steel Vorkersagainst Carnegie Company 10000 directly involved Men lost- lS94American Railway Union against Pullman Company lOObOO men stopped work Men los- tI89iUnitedMine Workers against all bituminous coal operators and many anthracite 110000 men out Men won1900United Mine Workers in An thracite territory against coal opera tore 112000 called out Men won 1901 Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers against Steel Trust 100000 dIrectly involved 1 Justice was leadenfooted when she went after Cantain Carter but her slowness then was nothing wl en com pared to her sluggishness in her chase after Nee- leyYOllllg orbAre often engaged iu doing time vbrk of a home under the most trying condi lions Nature cries out against the stooping and lifting the running up and Ldown stairs attimes when labor should yossibraoverstrain or self neglect under these conditions that the foundation is laid for serious woman Irregularity step to impaired womanly health- Perfectregnlarity may be established b the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It will heal inflamma tion aad ulceration and care female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women welL Uit gtrea me much l easure writes Miss Emia Spp ot James BountyXIrecrlpLion periGiepains to my back Bud rtoraach I could not amihopenePavorik I tried Hand before t had taken half a bottle I ofFavorite tIalied Jaile4 DrPeneIiCOmDlOqsea Medical Adviser paper covet igat Jrtt m itoelpt of at otM ent cteaqw to ps Dtvit1 cc1c A WORTHY SUCCESSOR SunIAll doctors have tried to cure CA TARRH by the use of powders acid pas1eformTheirmembranes causing them to crack open and bleed Time powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treat ment of OATARRH haaat last ed a Treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but pernanenlly cures CATARRH by removing the cause stopping the dig charge and all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as SNUFFLES tho GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollarcach package containing internal and exter nal medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCTAIRIInow recognized as the only safe and positivo cure for that annoying and dis gusting disease It cures all inflammation quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when necleeted often leads to CONSUMPTIONSNUF FLES will save you If you use it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete is positively aUYformdirections which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the reenlar price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of Onn Dollar Address Dept O059ED WIN U GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr It seems that the Dumont air ship which has created such a sensation in Europe makes a noise like a battery of art illeiy when under way awaking everybody over whom it passes This doesnt agree with poetic thoughts on time silent passage through the air P T Thomas Sumterville Ala I was suffering from dyspepsia when I spepsiaCnredigest anything Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the only preparation containing all the natural digestive fluids It gives weak stomachs entire rest restoring their natural conditionPerry Thomas The American soldier costs his Gov ernment outside of his salary and rations nearly five times as much as does the Russian and three and a half times as much as the German Where does all this J01 If the action of your bowels is not oasy and regular serious complications must be time final result DeUitls Little Early Risers will remove this dan ger Safe pleasant and effective Perry Thomas If Schley is to be tried for net attack ing the Spaniards at the first opportur ity with his small fleet what is to be done to Sampson who watched them lyinc in range for four hours without firing a shot This is a fact Ills own log book shows it Eruptions cuts burn scalds and sores of nil kinds quickly healed by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain cure for piles Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you get the original DeWitts Perry Thomas Time physicians who are worrying over Count Tolstons condition should not forgot that he had an interview re cently with Senator Ueveridgo who is said to have disagreed with him Prob ably Beveridgo wasnt ripe In cases of cough or croup give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest casv and have no fear Tile child will be all right in a little while It never falls Pleasant to take always safe sure and almost instantaneous iu effect Perry Thomas New Music For The Popular Music Lover Max S Witt whoso First Violin waltzes dedicated to Richard Mansfield had such unprecedented success has just written a new waltz in Spanish rythm called The Belle of Granada It is already a favorite with orchestra leaders Dont Wear Your Heart On Your sleeve Is time significant title of a new ballad by the authors of The Little Lost Child It is a song which ap peals to everyones sympathies Mazie My Dusky Daisy is the latest craze in coon songs It has a little touch of Spanish melody and rytlnn in it and a chorus that everyone catches on to its melody The Bugville Brigade is an odd characteristic piece for piano by Nick Brown Everyone likes this odd kind of a solo piece which while easy of performance is at once effective and easy William Walker have got really a crakerjuck hit in their show this season It is called when Zacharias Leads Time Hand and it has a very catchy melody indeed The above publications are issued this month by Jos Stern Co tho House of Hits who are also agents for the celebrated Jlawkes Sonorous Baud Instruments and time BcarStringecl Instruments They will be pleased to send their illustrated catalogue free upon application to their main offices 34 E 21st Street Now York Owing to time complicity cf the German Consul the Kaiser will probably find himself impotent to punish Co lumbia for tho arrest of Murillo under the German flag The case seems on ill fours with that during President Harrisons Administration when Gen eral Barruudia was murdered on an American vessel through time conniv ance of Minister Hizner All that the United States could do was to fire Minzer There have been two traitors in Ihe Democratic party of late years Ono was Mr Sibleyof Pennsylvania and the other Mr McLaurin of South Carolina The first while he did not resign the seat to which lie hind been elected as a Democrat did not an flounce his conversion to Republican lain openly and has now been reelected as a Republican i time latter continuing to equivocate has rightly been kicked out bag and baggage What surprises us is hot that Mr Kennon was flred Jrom RiMeia but that he had the cheek to j b hmaik there afor outraging the coafiiTencepf the Czar on liis fiieer trip It fe Mt i nrfai c tiwt the Aila in trato ilsueld kvs pisond hi- cmeid l aeryI- ms tift fnW Wlt 14t do t- cTir The Miniature Railway Oue of the greatest novelties of the ago is the Miniature Railway the smallest steam railroad In the world Tho gaugo is 15 inches the height 30 inches from the top of rails to top of smoke stack on locomotive Each passenger coach accomodates two persons either adult or children and is six feet lung and 24 inches wide A man standing beside the engine is from two to three feet above its top and yet this midget runs 12 miles an hour It works just like the big railroad trainsand will be one of the features at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Au gust 1217 Every child in the State should see and ride it It suits the Republican to exaggerate the standing of this country in the af fairs of the world by continually as serting that the Governments of Eu rope are now sitting up nights to con trive coalitions and all sorts of dread ful things against us As a matter of fact it is very doubtful whether there is a single European power that is seriously worrying over the American invas ion Perhaps they may some day but not now Pennsylvania has been considered a Republican strong hold for years past yet no one can say whether it is so by the votes of its people or by time manip ulations of its ballot box It is certain that the State ring can cast 100000 fraudulent ballots whenever it likes and that it does east a large proportion of them at every election There is nothing now in the Sampson letter to which Captain Scliley refers The Admiral sent it to Congress a year or two ago causing a most extraordinary flutter in the navy ring there by However the ring was too strong ly committed to Sampson to own up at that state of the game Bnsybodies have secured the release from a Kansas asylum of the lunatic who shot and killed six men We hope he will be with his rescuers when his homicidal mania takes him again Wouldnt it be great if Corbin and Crowinshield should be sent to represent the Army and Navy at the corona tion next June Wouldnt the country be delighted with the selections Really this man Sampson is too good to live Now he is talking about the battle of San Juanl Why not the battle of Matanzas while he is about it In one he killed three children and in the othera mule Official reports from the South African war for June show that women dien the concentration camps War is certainly I1cllas waged by Kitchi netNow they are playing golf with iI luminated bulls The accompanying high balls are not illumined but they get there just the same The soporific effect of the Vice Presi dent was never more strikingly illustrated than at present Who knows where Roosevelt is Come to think of it is the intention of President McKinley that benevo lent assimilation shall be preceded by benevolent gluttony If as President Havemeyer of the sugar trust says the tariff is the mother of trusts why not try the effect of abol ishing it uti his trust Now that Uncle Sam sees how easy it was to do his plain duty he won ders why ho didnt do it two years ago IWo hope the AttorneyGeueFal will ize to Mr Neeley when he finally turns him loose Women like to bo loved but what they like best is to be preferred The weather man will get his reward in time hereafter A young girl is an enigma Carriage gives you the explanation of it fP T NTS DESIGNS TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED FREENoticet Charge moderate No fee till is secured r Addn1E C Lonisie Atlantic Railyii Schedule In effect May DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For Vertlall1esLatrenceburgIShel J 605 am andCincinnatlJ 310 pm For Irvine 1156 am For MHleri Creek 330 pan TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 1156 am Cinclnnatl630pmFrom Irvine r 255 pm From Millers Creek 830 arm C M BROWNING Gen Mgr HALF RATES Plus 100 DAILY TO BUFFALOANDBETURN Big Four Route Affordlnc an opportunity to visit tho PanAmerican Exposition Niagara Falls Return limit ten days from date of sale STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo and Niagara Falls On Tickets to New York Boston t a ast 1osUnion depot connections in Cincinnati avoiding omnibus transfers 14 TrainsDaily 4 Hours Quickest Choke of rAke Ride between CI land and Buffalo on C Bt Stenn virf dIIOft or write Agents Rig Fnrrot full iHformatloa circulsn of tbe Ejreeltfmi et- cJJ WAKEN J LmH wpppel- q Pm ft Agi A8PI A L I JlTLVaIlhuI cc C CLARK TrsY Pug Ageat pMs9Qp- mRlf No other- packa coffee goes so far or gives- such entires- atisfaction as ARBUCKLESROASTED bettercoffeeLaeachARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept c New York CltyNY Fast Fchedules finest trains to Cincinnati and North Queen Crescent Route OKLAHOMA t1 4 Indian Territory 4 Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED BY IlIinois Central- By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon iDO 8s 9vcts 181 Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules aud rates write to Ft H FOWLER Tray Pass Agt I C R U Loni vllleKy Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Year For c1i 5O- 1J 0ismarket and home weekly journal in this country For every member of the family It tells how to make the farm pay and the home happy It has 20 pagesMustpracticaleditorsNo wide awake farmer will be with journalItAddress Climax Printing Co- RiclmiondKy Great Summer Excursions Via The Burlington Route The Rnriington offers tho cheapest excuraion rates to tho West antI North west that have ever been made The conditions art so varied that one should wriio the General Passenger Agent or ask the nearest ticket agent as to de tails etc Very Cheap West Daily to Colorado Utah Blatk 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