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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i rI re z wcV I I 7TFWdHRICHMOND CLIMAX I Jri IH1i ffiiJ4rs I I VOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 1901 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOKKBYATIiAW RICHMOND KBjrrucrr OMce n the Bantam Building next door to armcra National Bank Je Mlyr 1A SCLL rvAlI IATTORNRYATLAW Office over State Rank Trust Co opi posit Conrt House on Main Street JODMOIIENAULTI RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AtwrneyatLalO RICHMOND KENTUCKY CfifOflicft over Tnylor Bro Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOBVFYS AND COUNSELLORSATLA- WRICHMOND KENTUCKY trOffice orcrThnrraan Grocery Company PSYSI01AITS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in thelot Celinl building iSaedaoSec Street eve i old druettore tj CHAS C HOOKER lETERINARYiRURGE6i1 Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty oSOfflc at my atable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly IL C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Olhre Irather Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway Kirnuoxn KENTUCKY W EVANS M Dcc FumlcIANANDSuEowRI- CHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL 22E1 DT 1aolMo tt tOnSOl DENTIST or LOCISTILLB KY aaOffice next door to Government Building RichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to Wl to i novl7ly Dr Louis II Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No Madison ATenue Covlngton Ky will be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY SEPT 11 1901 returning erery second Wednesday o each month Reference of Rlch ilPractice Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade wijtbuus when you give us a trial iim ffi1 B k1Jjj jjD J Dllp Ttie ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la youbuythe latest uptodate goods Is that what yOu want If so trade with Wnit AND GiDSOH I I am agent forlh- ePage Wire Fence tAnd will srll any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all ttu es Also pure bred Durock Jeiscy hog for sale KlrknllleK7 I VILEYTHE CTAILQRM- akes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish biB garInent are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lotof IQRTE r llt ff From New York and dpsiren lo nake you an uplo data SPRING KUIT Mr Vfle cuts personally all the clothes his house turns oat He Jfi easily the equal nf Walsh Winterany tailor west of New York 00 TRY HIM v if Iotf w S VIIMAIN ST LFX xy l3tebiy r icJEWELRY ii C441 The largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERFS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecondand tlt Swiss Watches also- Diamond t+ Setting and fine 1 Tewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also makA a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Des lIliiiK done by a fine Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto Is BELIADLF GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13Iebly IiigDipoBasLEs THE iGREAT Made a Well Man of Me DRENCH REMEDY produces the above result tnoqVarielosses caused by errors of youth it wards off In Manhoodgives vigor and size to shrunken orpins aiid fits Inthevestpocket withfittcuFor sale by Stccklon Ilagan Druggists D lliIProlll 8ID Successor to J W AzbUl fey M ad Sals Stable IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mchgjiyiV KENTUCKY We are ready to show our im mense stockofFl test designs in wpper for Summer and Fall trad- eComprising many t pretty colorings in floral and stripes and our prices ret Uifust Right s r We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Psa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully t PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER CO W BLEEDS Painter and Decorilor l7jantf PHONE 75 SOUft1RN RfllLWflY UN KENTUCKY UritiUJ Scale la EEct Mif t6 100 BAftTBOUND NoL Nor No3 T IxmisYUle 745am 400pm WPm Ar ShelbjTiLle 010am 633pm 916pm M 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malicious of the false reports recently put iUIciT culation says the Commoner was the statement attributed to ex Senator Towne just after the Ohio convention In this purported interview Mrffpwne was made to predict the success 9 the reorganizes the nomination of Mr Hill and the breaking up of the emo cratio party All of the gold standard trust aud Imperialistic papira seized upon this as a sweet morsel an pre sented it as conulusivo proof of the death of the Kansas City platform As soon as this falsehood Imdltime to get over the whole country iotherel- Iterpri8ingpreTaraCaIOr came forward with a statement attributed to JIr J G Johnson the Kansas nombcf the Democratic National Committee in we wlich he wa liS tin 5Tkind111 Webster Davis The editor of tbt Corn lOaner has become so accustomed to misrepresentation that putsnotfaith in these alleged interviews buthe refers to them for the benefit of readers who have less experience in ihofpolill enl methods of Republican andgold papera have be ii disturbedbythern- ibe Commoner is authorized to state that both of these pretended interviews were absolutely false Mr Towne says that he has not been interviewed on politics within three mouths and that the report sent out fronNcwYork was a pure fake Mr Johnson is equally explicit in his denial of the interview attributed him There seems to be a concerted effort onUie part of the Republican and gold standard papers to mislead the people as to public sentiment and those who believe inDcmocratlc principles and desire genuine reform must rely almost wbolly upon the weekly papers or upon the smaller dailie- sAND IT COSTS A Society Bud and Her Ex penses in Preparing to Make Debut Many people who get along on much less are apt to wonder why the Supreme Court liaabeen invoked to increase Iii year old Miss Corotliy Qulncey Roose velts allowance from 1500 to 3000 out of a 90000 trust estate left her by her uncle Frank Roosevelt cousin of the VicePresident Miss Roosevelt is a New York bAlle The answer IB given by the girls mother Mrs Kate S Roosevelt of No 141 East Thirtyseventh street My daughter has six tutors she says and iI the other incitlentfals to the education of a cirl aspiring to enter society are taken into consideration 3000 will not be nearly enough for Dorothy to get along with I will have to make up the deficit out of my own pocket Among her tutors there is one for French one for German and one Italian Besides she has an English governess and belongs to social 1aJ1 ing classes and is atiiembrrgolf tennis and bathing clubs She requires many dresses and is compelled in making social calls to spend a good deal of money fur cab hire This indeed is Otto of her largest iteins pf expense These matters are testified toby Mrs Roosevelt before Referee William J McKim who has just turned in a re tort favoring the 1GOO increase de manded The entire 90000 bequeathed to Miss Roosevelt will be at her disposition tfhenshe becomes of ajre rflInwilileI it is being held in trust by W Roosevelt The country has noted the absence of the Constitution from PortoRico jand has been wondering what had bocbma of it Its whereabouts have at least become knownjt is in Hawaii where the courts have decided that it has at last caught up with the flag Did it ever occur to you that the Inen of irotiadstealwhiom Mrltoo8er volt so tufuiircs and to whoui the Re publicanpgrty eiierdlly iaters are now stteltefe4frorn the foreign weak liig by a tti4vernging4O ptrcenll t pr ttyt CJiidreiJWe hart three children Retorcl the birth of thtlast ontniywlfeuscJ four tot tIes of MOTHERS FRIEND If you had the pictures fouPcli1U1Cit You could see at a gance that the lastone Is healthlestprettlestaEd- flitstIookingotthic tall My wife thinks Mothers Frjend Is thc ereatest nil grandest remedy In tbe world for expectant mothcrs Written bjaKea tacky Attorneyat Law WOTHERS preveats Bteeteatbs of tllcIfHIEID 5nffcrtHff Ucldent to birth ThecoffilBff JB0tberj disposition anJ temper remain unruffled througrJMt tHe ordeal becaase this relax tef pesctratlae iialffleBt rcyeves OK uwial tftstress jeediMrtitrcd natbci Is pretty sure to kate a go dnatKred child The patient Is kept la a stranf healthy KKMtioat which the cWM also Inherits Mothers Friend takes a wit through the crisis qslckly awl alaest jwlalcssly It assists la her rapM rccoreryj and wads off the daacers that olta folleWdc livery eN iJll1er M alH TIna J RA DPetJkOQULATOR CO TJAN1AOA a ioit Li tIs4 IiM iwriIt fI9r t HELPED THE COMMODORE Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt as a Tavern Keeper in Early Days A woman played a large part in la ing the foundation of the fortunes of the house of Vanderbilt The first Cor nelius Vanderbilt married at the ngo of twenty and a year later became captain of a small steamboat plying between New York and New Brunswick N J Passengers were numerous and many persons went to New Brunswick and back by boat for the pleasure of the trip Others when they reached New Brunswick got into stages and were driven across thn State to another steamer which took them down the Delaware Of course they wanted something to eat and here Mrs Van derbilt saw her opportunity New Hrunswicks hotol or half way house was dirty and illkept Mrs Vander bilt suggested to her husband that they should take the hotel refit it and run it in a style that would attract guests Vanderbilt leased the hotel hut as the scheme was his wifep he told her she might run it and have the profits Mrs Vanderbilt overhauled the house and named it llelluna Hall after the steamship Bell 1na which her hus band then commanded The fame of Uellona Hall soon spread to New York and parties were iiiade up to visit it because of the excellent fare to be found there It also increased the profits of the line for which Captain Vanderbilt worked and his salary was inceased to two thousand dollars a year Mrs Vanderbilt for twelve years managed Ueilona Hall with profit to herself and pleasure to her guests Her husband during these years had been studying steamships and the chances for profit in trafic on tIe Hudson and the Sound Ills means were limited but he hall valuable ideas obtained from practical experience san steamboat captain and he felt sure that if ho could get the right opening he need not fear the greater wealth cf his rival He never hall questioned his wires management of the hotel but he know she land saved money From The Rest Capital Is a Capital Wife in Suc- ceSs for August ANTITOXIN Yon sw IXK DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Cun Belt show losses in of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr K II De Vaux after several years of scientific experi ments and study succeeded in inolatingtbe true germ 01 diseases and prepared u Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Uver400 hogs have been successfully treated and saved b this remedy flogs treated with the- AntitoxIn thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick twine will ure at least 65 percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any trmercaa easily atfmlalftertht Aatlloxla Orderaccordlogto the number of hoga to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hon 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemjcal Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 3laprIy From the way the British generals are withdrawing from South Africa it is evident that they expect the American mules who are related to them on the female sideto stay and do the fighting Dont be satisfied with temporary re lief from indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure permanently and completely re moves this complaint It relieves per manently because it allows the tired stomach perfect root 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 Cure which di goats what you eat and cant help but do you goodPerry Thomas A French company hiss been formed to insure political candidates against defeat It wouldnt work over here too many men would prefer the insur alice money to victory Mrs Si II Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup The doctors said tlyli Jerry Thonin Eeteahszy llnckett and Paty da Clam Crowlnshiehl evidently do not intend to miss any points in their prosecution of Schley James White Bryautsville Ind says DalVitts Witch Hazel halve healed running sores on both legs lie had suffered 6 years Doctors failed to help him Get Dcitts Accept no imitations Perry Thomas Have yen seen a picture of Historian Maclay It looks just as you would expect it to do O O Buck Beirne Ark says I was troubled with constipaiion until I bought DeWitts Uttlu Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of riiy old complaint TreeoniuiBiid them Perry Thomas General News David Nation last week brought suit at Medicine Lodge lias for a divorce from MIs CarriH Nation Lord Kitchener has issued a procla mation warning the Boer and Orange Free State leaders that they will be permanently banished from South Africa unites they surrender befpre Sep tember IhouSRnds of people have been drowned In China by tlieoverflowinnof the TapgTse It is estimated that 20 QOO persons were drowned in the Swu Hue district Ten thousand lives are repotted to have been lost at Cliong Tell There Is f strong movement on foot tq combine the grocery interests of the cou try into one gigantic deal with a capitalization of 100000000 As yet the movement Is in an embiyo state but it is intention pf the grocery Job bersin thecouRtry through the In fluence of the ludianapolfa grocers to include all the leading grocery firms in the country into the combine ILls rumored that no lew thus 2700 firms are to be broaghtuner the one head ifccluding the loading hems in New York Chicago Boetpii Cincinnati San Francisco dyherVwit 13110tOldUK bllr il Wyih 4er to Wte for rody ndttn ttM tip good and buagrr OB day j- bL likeI rTeething a 3 1 doesnt guilt in weight i Scotts Emulsion I is tile bestfGKi alll medicine for teething babIes They gain from the start 0ScoTrOIlO read Street 5ft anltootlt dru CWYotJ lD1IBDt tLate State News The monthly report of tho State Au ditor shows balance in the Treasury of421589212Marble of Henry Clay and Judgf George Uobertson two of Ken tuckys most famous SOUP have been placed in the vestibule of the boxing ton court house A meeting of Kentucky distillers is to be called for the middle of Septem ber when it is believed all will agree to a conservative outpoot next season without binding themselves to any specific amount James B Kolin of Owsley county the oldest convict in the Frankfort pen itentiary in point of service was grant ed a parole by the State Ideou tom missioners after serving seventeen yerrs ot a life sentence for minder Prof eorje AV Ranck of LexinK ton the noted Kentucky historian was run down by sit L N engine in that city lust Friday and instantly killed His body was horribly innnglfd lie leaves a wife and three children Ho was about sixty yeafa of age J H McKamart who killed Jacob Keller at Lexington three or four years ago has been located it is claimed in the state or Wasbgton There is a reward of 51200 for his capture and re Jurn to Icxington The reward was raised by the good women of Lexing tonJohn Oilmonr the OwciiEboro tobac conist has taken the bankruutcy law His combined liabilities amount to 514367915 divided ris follows Indi vidually SWIDGO John Gilmour Co S61 45920 Gilmour JJros Co S 27 6C005 The assets are large but will not cover the debts Sites Jennie Downs of McCracken county has brought suit against the estate of H B Carper a former wealthy resident of Marthall county who died inPaducali in January She alleges that Carper promised to marry her and offered her 1000 to wait on him dur lug his last Illness She now sues for this sum Capt K J Hampton of Winchester who arrived iu Washington front Ma nila found that by a mistake ho was reported as having failed to pass his physicalexamination for Captain anti Quartermaster in the regular army Another man was unwed in his place It presumed that the President will give hint the first vacancy Lime Water For Eggs While most of our experiment sta lions have been most successful in pre serving eggs with water glass the Dominion station prefers saturated lime- water With one pound of lime five gallons of water 50 pounds the result ing lime water would bo thoroughly saturated Time method of preparation is simply to slack the lime with a small quantity of water After the mixture has been well stirred allow it to settle The automated lime water is drawn off and poured over the eggs placed iu a crock or a watertight barrel As ex posure to the air tends to weaken the solution the vessel containing the so lur jolt should be kept covered Air may be excluded by n covering of sweet oil or by sacking upon winch a paste of lime is spread If after a time there is any uoticnble precipitation of the limo the lime water should be drawn or siphoned off and replaced with a further quantity newly prepared 1et fectly fresh eggs only should be used anti should be completely immersed Schley of course is debarred from claiming an alibi by the fact tlmt Sampson has already proved that for hiimelf THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INGENIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH DHUNKAKUS ARE 15EING CURED DAILY IN SllIK 01 THEM SELVES No Noxious loses No Weakening oftho Nerves A Pleasant ant 1osilfvo 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 poison anil nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat ing liquors requires ail antidote of neutraliziug anderadicating tins poison and destroying the craving for intoxicants Sulfenira tony now cure tlieinsolves liume vithotit publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful HOME GOLD OLTilE which has been perfected after many of close study and trettnIetlt of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of tnis wonderful discover is positively guaranteed to cure the must ob tiimtu vase no matter how lianta drinker Our records show the marvelous trauEformatiou of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVKU CURE YOUR HUS BANDS I CHILDREN CURE Ishifor this disease only and is no skillfully devised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste RO that it ran be given iu jcup of tea orcolIVe without the knowldge of the person taking it of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made tempera e men by having thotCGUREall ministered by loving friends and rela lives without their knowledge in coflVe theydiscontinuedwill IJO NOT WAIT Do not be de luded by and misleading im provement Drive out the disease at IFGorDlow priceo One Dollar thus placing rP of everybody treatment more effectual titan others costing 25 to 50 Pull directions accompany each iackae Special advice skilhe- dpltyokdsaiwheft requested without ex pttrtotht1AdilrPM BwM C 959 EDWIN R GILES A COMPANY 2330 lad 2832 MurkM MtTMi bi4SIphtM Co de 4rmaI ADULTERATED COFFEE GROCER WHITE FOUND GUILTY OF VIOLATING OHIOC PURE FOOD LAYS Intereitlnsr Facts Concerning the Roasting of Coffee Brought Oat br Scientific Expert Presence of Dae terlaTOLEDOOAu 3The jury In Judge Mccks court In this city has found Tames White u local grocer guIlty of stIIIug adulterated coffee Time prose cution was based on a package of Ar buckles Arlosa coffee The State of Ohio through the Pure food Commission prosecuted White The case was on trial for nearly a month and attracted national atten tion Time manufacturers of Arlosa coffee conducted the defense for Grocer White The best attorneys In the country were retained to defend him hut after n short consultation a verdict of guilty was returned by the Jury Time State of Ohio considers this a big victory Pure Food Commissioner Blackburn hns been waging a warfare on spurious food articles and the department has been successful Time complaint of the State of Ohio was that Arlosa coffee was coated with a substance which concealed defects In time coffee and made It appear better than It Is The State charged this coating or glazing was a favorable me dium for the propagation of bacteria Prof G A KIrchmnler of this city a well known chemist was the princi pal witness for time State lie had made scientific examinations of sam Ills of Arlosa purchased from Grocer White In the open market He found that each Arlosa berry contained an average of 300 bacteria Mr KIrch mnler further testified that other cot fees he examined contained few bacte ria or none at all lIe declared that the glazed coffee was not a wholesome food product Chemist Schmidt of Cincinnati corroborated the testimony of Prof Klrch maler The State did not present fur ter testimony Till defense through the Arbuckles who prepared this glazed coffee se cured some of the most eminent chew ists and scientists In the United States to give testimony In their behalf Prof II W Wiley of the United States Ag ricultural Department Prof Vaughn of Ann Arbor University Profs Lucite and Wvbber of the Ohio State Unlver sity were called to defend Arlosa Dr Wiley had made a careful examination of the method of manufacturing Arlo sa lIe told of the 19000000 eggs used by the Arbuckles yearly In the prepara thou of this glazing On this point In cross examination the States attorney deftly drew from him the Information that these eggs might be kept In cold storage by the Arbuckles for a year or two at a time The experts who beard Dr Wileys testimony were pleased to be able to catch so famous a chemist TIv doe tor at one point In his testimony ex plained very clearly how It Is that the egg put Into the coffee pot by the house wife settles tbe coffee He said that the heat coagulates the egg and as It sinks to tbe bottom of the pot It carries the fine particles of coffee with It and thus clarifies the drink It Is the act of coagulation In the coffee pot that does the work Later on In his cross exam ination be had to admit that when time egg was put on Arlosa coffee at the factory It became coagulated and as egg cannot be coagulated but once that the coating on coffee was practically no value ns n settler when It reached the coffee pot Prof Wiley acknowledged that the glazing might be a favorable medium for tbe propagation of bacteria al though he would not testify positively cither way because be was not a hue teriologist Prof Vaughn of Ann Arbor also a witness for tbe Arbuckles said he found bacteria on Arlosa coffee Prof Blelle another witness for tbe defense found any number of lively bacteria on Arlosa coffee he examined and be agreed that glazed coffee surely was a more favorable medium for time propagation of bacteria than unglazed coffeePure Food Commissioner Blackburn says The State Is very much elated over Its victory against this corpora tion We are now considering time ad visability of Informing every grocer In the State of Ohio that It Is an Infrac thou of the laws to sell Arlosa and at the same time give warning to con sumers that the coffee Is on adulterat ed food article The verdict of tbe jury In this case Is of national importance because n great many other States have pure food laws like that of Ohio and It Is natural to suppose that similar action will be taken by other Pure Food Commissioners to prevent the sale of glazed coffees tVnxhlnvton Paitldton Kloimnn Lawrence earl of Ferrers a distant relative of George Washington had a most tyrannical temper and one day In a fit of passion be cut down with hIs sword his steward an old gentleman named Johnson The latter bad given 110 provocation for the deed and the crime was an act of brutality inexcusa ble save that the earl may not have been well balanced mentally He was brought to trial for killing Johnson and demanded and received the privi lege of being tried by his peers The house of lords was thronged dur- Ing the hearing Time evidence proved to be conclusive and Ferrets was sentenced to be hanged at Tyburn Appeals were made to the king for clew ency but In vain Ferrer met his fate with considerable bravado He wim carefully attired for the occasion and Insisted on providing a silken cord for the ceremony To this within the execu tioner agreed and time earl was turned oft otherwise like any other felon Sam Jones Advice Preacher Sam Jones occasionally says a Aced thing and when he does due credit should be given The following lion his mouth is worth pttating right where every man can see it every day and ponder it every nliht1I want you my inner t kiss and get married and then devote your time to morality and money making Then let your homes lIe providedwith piety pots kettles brushes brooms benevolence bread chanty hope crackers faith flour affection salt sincerity onions integrity virtue bacon and wisdom have nil these things on hand slId happiness will everbe with you Dont drink any thing intoxicating eat moderately go about your buInesa after breakfast lounge A Httie after dinner clmt alter tea kiw alter a qa rrtlltnclalmle Wm this eieMs afford wilT be yours until the grave el0M8 over you sad your Ipinuti aeo bettt to the Mgfa r sad hapwiwhd Tb MBincr rjrl ifeel b r hear ig- rdtf itlt ilia S tl toift- t 2i 1t44 7f c 7I 80th Se1niAnnuaI 13 fVJ 7F7I 7I 7- C1eiriAceI the Reliable Clothing Rae of Louis Gus Straus Leading Clothing House of Kentucky 7 14O Yea or Honorable Dealings I V 5 tVPricesClothing Included in this Sale Our 1200 1000 and 800 Suits at + 399 F All 1500 Suits now 999 f 500 MOBS Linen Suits Former Price 350 now 124 W yBOO Pair of Boys Wash Pants now 10 cents IN Flannelette Coats and J99- 7K Our 35c Undershirts and Drawers at 19 centsii 1 Largest livingSpecialRichard Shryock Cutter 71 == tic+ LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS 7ij tVt LEXINGTON KENTUCKY t ili Wij j v j ffi 71 F7r i 7i 7ff 7 1 t ji f I A WITHIN THE REACH bALL a or it every of a No in no woman man boy or fail to find in the list some to their comfort and and they by out a ccrtaiu of Heads of pound is the form in this WOOLSON CO a is to it We a will you that tells just how to care i for hair If hair is or los ing and all is It f color to gray or your a AH drgglsta II I have used your lllr Vigor now for Hhoat 25 soil I hare ie YlgOri halt certainly reromrand to thcra Just as strongly a I E HAvnTOT WrIte tfm lnL obd Ie41a f v I Of rTsrl II iipo 3 p s The of bs The You will find np stale LION Jlcase bear in mind that is not a glazed article it is not egg mixtures in order to giea better do need to resbut to measures we have no to hide In package LION COFFEE will Lad fully illustrated and list housekeeper fact girl will article which wfiicontnibute convenience which may have simply 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Irvine t RICHMOND ww KENTUCKY P- such tt Mr 2d Sts S VIGORMEN JAGNETIG 1ERYIRE EasfiQlfcklraatfyIHfm4 BoM With ft WrW q OmirCntso cro 51YamttagttiTMaIJfor M e by StocMoa A Ba itB Druggists Hett17 i For Rubber 1 Ipfr7l F rC Wt 4 llr TlSlF PrintShDWstlo h j iJ The Richmond Climax J O OHENAULT Proprietor A D MILLER Manager n LEE DAVIS Editor n WEDNESDAY A UG1 T 21 1001 PUBLISHED EKY WK1KSK3DAJC KY 10 Climax Printing Co cDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB UUm lUIlOr ITV nl IMR COURT ATTORIlky J TEVIS COBD FOB aiiBKirj J01IV P WAGERS roR lAILEB JAMES 6 LACKEY FOB CLERK JESSE cone FOR BBnau ETTATiv QBX8 L SKABCT 1 0IltSOUOOLVfBCTB1nln J W WAtERS FOB ASSKSSO- BGEORflE NOLAND FOB SUBVBTOtt 8 F ROCK FOE COBOKKB CLIFF AMUELS FOR UAYOE DAVID n TEVIS FOX POLICE JUDGE II C RICE FOB IIIIT ATTOBJlrT J TALBOT JACKSON roa CHIEF OF POLICE JnlALLMAN FOR MAGISTRATE D P ARMER CONSTABLE II K KENNEDY t FOR COUNCILMAW COURT HOUSE J W Bales WL Leeds CITY O T Wells E H Bybee UNIVERSITY C G Douglas W L Arnold THE Indianapolis Sentinel which is one of the staunchest Democratic jour nals in the country gives the follow ing good advico Let Demoernts keep their heads cool their feet warm their stomachs full and their powder dry There has been enough had blood awl had tern per nouglh strife and bickering enough of igjy faces and hard names enough of intolloranco and proscriptionenough in short ef folly The editor of The Sentinel who came of good democratic stock and voted every democratic ticket ithont a single oniiisiou from his first vote in 1875 for Tildon and Hendricks to hiS las yote in 1900 for Bryan and Stevensonj whoTyas a pronounced and nulivo IjimoUllist before Mr Bryan was heard of and has never been anything else wlio is not and never was an ci liceseeker who has been in politics long enough to have learned to take his medicine and look pleasant even when it doesnt suit him a little bit who is not too old to learn a thing or two and who with his little knowing yet knows enough to know that there is neither pleasure nor profit in butting ones head against a stone walthe editor of The Sentinel pleads for har mony4 for reconciliation for concession for anything and everything short of a surrender of vital principles which will convert the democratic party from a discredited and impotent minority into a real force for good in flie poKtical life of this country AXBXT the arrival of an heir at the Executive Mansion the Fmnkfort Jour nat indulges in the following felicita tioo tG which every Democratic editor In tiN Slate adds his well wishes Was there everso fortunate a man as Governor Bockham Elected Lieuten mil dov srnor lees than two years ago worn in as Governor in a few months from that time elected to succeed himself the following N ver her then the proud husband of one of the fairest of all the fair daughters of Kentucky now the father of premium baby girl fojuh luck has seldom been equaled in this country but the executive and his sweet and gentle wife deserve all the good things that have come to them CJIBmwerCOI LEXINGTON KY hood f iAd1d t f1 When the Sun with rays most torrid Dows with sweat caci manly forehead Ifes hard to get a sufficien cy of natures sweet restor erbalrny sleep The bed room should be made a comfortable and ih yitinff spot And theres nothing that will give it such an air of comfort such a cool breezy and inviting appeal aace as one of ou- rEnameled Beds A necessary piece of furni turo for the summer home and an ornamental and useful rJflies 1 e very best quality of iron ob tainable joints are firm theyre fashionable and pret tydurableand price is lo M51OO 100 AKDtVIJ a CliBrowerGoIJ 144flc ANP 1O4D WAY- LlPNq1lfay tIf j Q WE knew all the time that a weekly was too slow and cumbersome a ve hide lor the dashing debonair Wal ton and we were not surprised last week when his incomparable paper the Harrodsburg Democrat into a seraiweekly Cot Walton has long been one of the most brilliant country editors in the State and al though he has had charge of the Dem ocrat but a few weeks It Is already at the head of the journalistic procession end under his able management bids fair to become even more popular than lila ojdlove the Interior Journal STATE Inspector and Examiner Hineshasfiled afrepbrt with Governor Beckham 1 exonerating Dr Lackey first assistant Superintendent of the Uopkinsvillo Asylum of the charges of immorality filed by Dr McCormick the deposed Superintendent of that institution The report is H complete vindication of Dr Lackey showing that McCormicks allegations were malicious and made to embarrass the State Administration as well as to cover up his own misconduct for which ho is severely censured by the report NoTWIThSTANDING the war being made by the State authorities on the in vefitineijtjjompanies a now one sprang up at Lxington Saturday to be known as the Guarantee Bond and Debenture Co The capital stock is 3000 and among the incorporators are Hon MA Casldy County Superintendent of Fayette The Lexington people evi dently regard the Investment business as all 0 K or the proposed investiga tion as a bluff TirE Board of Commissioners for the Deaf and Dumb Institute In Danville will set forth in their report which will be Issued about November 1 a number of improvements whi h are deemed necessary for the welfare of the institution The Legislature will bo asked to inako an appropriation OF 400 school teachers recruited from all parts of the country for service in Philippines and who had never met before boarded the transport sixty succumbed to the wiles of Cupid in the first few days out and at Honolulu one clergyman officiated at thirty marriage ceremonies POLITICS A dispatch from Louisville sayK According to a report published Thursday AttorneyGeneral Robert J Breckin ridge wilt be a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for Governor four years from now A Washington dispatch to the Con rierJournal says Reprcssntative Boreing of Kentucky hiss returned from Canton It is understood that Capt K J Hampton formerly of Winchester Ky who accompanied him there will bo made a Quartermaster in the army the position to which he was priglnally appointed- A Lexington dispatch to the Atlanta Constitution says that Gov McCreary stands head and shoulders above the other candidates for the Senatorial nomination and at this writing it ap pears that nothing short of a combina tion could defeat him The correspond ent shows his anagosity He might have said with equal truth that even a combination could zit defeat hi- mPERSONAL Hon J A Sullivan is in New York Mr Joe Watts has returned from TexasMr W Cole was in Lexington Fri day on business Mrs Thomas Thorpe has returned from Crab Orchard Mr L P Todd was in Lexington Friday on business Mr W S Hume is recuperating at Martinsville Iud Mr Grant Norris attended the Elks Fair at Lexington Friday Miss Van Greenleaf is visiting Miss Louiso KauflTman at Lancaster Mr Hart Robinson of Winchester the guest of Mr G IT Pickets Mjss Florrie Chenault is visitinc Miss Nancy Huguely at Danville Miss Nettle Foster is the charming guest of Miss Annie Hundlay The handsome Miss Nellie Hood is the guen of Mrs T D Chenault Mrs B S Bradshaw of Lebanon is the guest of Mrs GeoM Willgine Miss Kate Davis left Wednesday for a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Monsieur Henry Reid of Mt Sterling was here Sundry visiting friends 1 Mr and Mrs John Ruperd attended the Elks Fair at Lexington on Wednes day h MissLydia McKee visited friends at Lexington last week and enjoyed the faIr Mrs HMi Perry hand children left Saturday for Nicholosville bo visit rela tives i t MieslMaymetHart will go to Mt Ster tl1s vweeK tovvisit Miss Estelle JP9yntz Miss Gertrude Steadman of Cincinnati is tho guest of Mrs S Neville MoberleyMiss Hume has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs J S Wlnn at Winchester Mr TO Davis Is visiting his daugh ter Mrs Josephine C Sharp at Green ilale Fayette Co Mr and Mrs Cap Dick rson were among the visitors at the Lexington Fair Wednesday Mr and Mrs W ILDenny are visiting relatives In Garrard before leaving for West Virginia Mrs J W Zariog has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs John R Allen at Cynthiana Messrs B W Turner lAnd N V White leave Saturday for New York to purchase fall goods Miss Kate QToolo of Richmond was the guest of friends here yesterday Lexington Democrat Jltwtwi lJunM AzbiHr has returned 45liomeaer a pleissat visit toJUr p D BroSddM and f1lfJillJ MrsTOwen d daughter Miss Annie have returned from A brief stay atCrab Orchard Spriags Miss lryS pfBof Loafeville Iiai returned after a pleasant Mm WjS Wkam- LIMleilta H rrietteParrIsh has re tunnel frawi ap4tiMBkYiB4t to Mrs C 11 W Mi1 lD fvltii Mrs ptr StiisW4 of LaMes ie via itiHKibet trotlMriP L BcwwltJwi aiul ether relatives ia the uointy Mr and Mrs W 111 M d Mr and Mrs W B WUkl IatLain lou M w6e ttt09k 5t tba Ktkt Fair MeiI6181p Th1l4naidJocf- w4lj tlM 4 rsIird frfIM- S lal p ttir JFrrIl Plneville Governor James B McOreary is attending the Owensboro fair and Incidentally mingling with the politicians of that sectionSMiss Maggie Mitchell left for Louis ville Tuesday night where she joined a party for Old Point Comfort and Buf falo N Y Mrs J B Harris and Mibs Pauline Smjth went to Lexington Thursday to visit relatives and enjoy the closing lays of the fair Mrs O H Pigg and children attend ed the Elks fair at Lexington last Week and were the guests of Mr and MreMHPIgg Miss Christine Cromwell of Cyn thiana who has been the guest of Mrs John B Chenault at Cumberland View has returned home Mrs S E Scott and two daughters Misses Mary and Katherine left Saturday for London to visit Mrs Scotts mother Mrs C W Jones Billy Green is running news butch on the L N between here and Cincinnati in place of Jake Derringer who is taking a layoff Mrs G W Pickels Miss Mary D Pickels and Miss Elizabeth Embrv have returned from a months outing in Canada and the Lakes Miss Lucy Brandenburg has returned from a two weeks visit to Beatlyville and Irvine During her absence she also attended the Lexington fair Misses Elizabeth and Pearl Miller of Indianapolis Ind will arrive today At noon to be the guests of Mr and Mrs A D Miller for several weeks Mr Basil Duke Gordon of this office took in the Lexington fair a couple of days last week and stopped over Sun day at Kicholasville to see his best girl Mrs Matt 6 Cohen and bright little daughter Miss Anna Bennett of Rich mond have been visiting the family of MrJ A Cohen this week Versailles Sun Dr Murrison Dunn is back from Ann Arbor where he took a post graduate course in medicine He also visited the Pan American Exposition at But falo Mr and Mrs R J McKee and chil dren spent last week in Lexington taking in the Elks fair While there they were the guests of Mrs McKeos motherMisses Rhoda Gilbert and Georgia Powell two of Madisons accomplished lady teachers spent last week in Lex ington visiting friends and enjoying the fair Mrs L J Frazeo and daughter of Richmond Ky have been making a short visit to Mrs Thomas L Martin and Miss Annie McChesney Lexing ton Leader Mrs Ellen Gibson and niece Mrs E D Ballard Miss Madge Hart and Mr John H Gibson are the latest ad dition to the Richmond colony at Crab Orchard Springs Major R II Elliott a Birmingham mineral expert was here Monday in conference with Messrs Walker Still van and Chenault in regard to Ihe Brush Creek mines Mrs T E Arnold Mrs D II Myers and Miss Bessie Coyle delegates from tbe First Christian Church this city left yesterday for Danville to attend the State Sunday School convention Miss Kate Smith of this city was among the many beautiful Bluegrass belles from tho various Central Kentucky towns who attended the Elks Eair ball at Merrick Lodge Thursday nightMr Joseph Tevis of Richmond stopped in the city for a day or two last week en route to his home from Owensboro where he spent two weeks with the State Guard encampment Lexington HeraldSRev I B Timberlake who hnJire turned from a months vacation at Lake Chautauqua and other points is much recuperated and will deal out double doses to the sinner and backslider in his sermons Nicholasville Journal Mr and Mrs Rutherford Douglas and little daughter Drusilla of Nicholas yule were guests of Dr and Mrs Mont coinery for fair week Mr Francis Douglas is able to be out again after a few days illness at St Josephs Hospi tal Lexington LeaderSThe following Richmond people spent Sunday at Estill Springs Mrs Sally Miller Mr and Mrs S N Mob erley Misses Susan Hume Mary Lit tie Mattie Smith Van Greeuleaf and Messrs Alex Denny Ira Schoolficld T II and G W Pickels The following comprise a party which is camping at Natural Bridge J M Benton and family Dr Chas Rets and family E S Jouett and family JIlL S Winn and wife Joe R Martin and wife Miss Curraleen Smith Miss Laura Ecton Miss Sue Buckner and Miss Josephine May Winchester Dem acratSRev J W Hughes and wife of Wit more celebrated the twentieth anni versary of their wedding last Wednes day The News says A bountiful luncheon was served after which the guests repaired to the chapel and there listened to timely remarks by T B Demaree and Rev E C Savage which were responded to by Mr Hughes Mrs Nackie Tipton nee Stuart of Richmond after a weeks visit to Mrs Mattie Gay and other friends left Tues day for Frankfort to visit her brother John Stuart Mrs Ed Carson and daughter Elizabeth and Mr and Mrs W A Williams of Madison county were guests of Miss Lizzie Baldwin during the Elks Fair Winchester Sun The hospitable country home of the venerable Dr Squire D Welch near Hanly Jessamine county was the scene last week of a patriarchal home Iarty those present being Judge T J Scott and wife nee Welch of Richmond Ex Representative John H Welch wile and daughter of Nlcholasville Prof J Lewis Logan and daughter of Lex ington Dr George Welch and Dr Tom Welch and Dr Harry Welch of For idaMrs Laura Eslill Francis and Mrs John Cunningham and the letters bright little grand daughter Miss Nan nie Clay of Rose ale Bourbon county are guests of lIon Solomon VaBinetcrt at hanandoab Hall during the Elks Fair at Lexington Mr Vanmeter is the dietlngotehed grandson of Captain Isaac Cunningham deceased who in hibdayAvas the largest land owner HJ Clark c unly and was captain fli1e war of 1812- Master Paul Bttrnam entertain tl dm little friends at tbehorae of life pzie Judge ami Mrs A Rollm laruW on TuaBiky evening About twenty little folk i were rpeentR v Win Crows MM AIIMrtpOl re left Thtirbdy Jor Mi kiniM fej s wFnlc Uariett 1i iain tDr ili1nmcnf empy st tt 0 t QtJ wf 1N J hllt H4 1 Md 0 I What are Humors They are vitiated or rawrbki fluids curs log tke veins and affecting the tissues Theyare commonly due to defective diges tion list are sometimes Inherited now dp they manifest themselves in many forms ot cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility How lire they expelled f By Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that has suffered from tbem It Is the best medicine for nil humors will reside at Valley View till the lock Is completed Frankfort Journal lion P P Armer member of Rich mond Commander No 19 has been appointed by Chairman Jno H Brand as one of the special Reception Corn mittee of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky to assist in the reception to members of the Grand Encampment and of the Grand and Subordinate Cominanderies of sister states to beheld at the Custom House in Louis ville during tim Triennial Conclave This is a high honor and the portly Squire with his Chesierfelian grace will do ample justice to the occasion A party of wellknown Winchester people comprising the following passed through here Wednesday enroute to Estill Springs where thov will spend a week Mesdames T C Robinson Jno S Reese Allie Gay Jones Misses Elizabeth mill Jane Bright Robinson Laura Spurr Bessie Sphnr Annie Willis Martha Witherspoon Lillian and Viv ian Gaitskill Stanley Reese Adelaide Garner Sue Miller Messrs Jns Phillips John Holloway Jno C Hodgkin Cuss Chennult Maurice Miller V Bush Wiley Poynier Tom Hampton Jako Gay D S Gay Chas Davis Matt Dudley and Wm Sphar Col A H Bastin the popular wide awake telephone magnate of Lancas ter was here Friday and called at this office to renew his former acquaintance with the editor Col Bastin was tho founder of the Bastin Telephone Co and is now its President From a very modest beginning the company has ex panded until now It controls about miles of wire knitting together many of the towns of Central and Southern Kentucky and extending as far south as Jellico Tenn Unlike most heads of corporations Col Bastin is liberal minded and philanthropic and if his legion of friends have their wishes grat ified he will get millions out of his enterpriseSExGovernor James B McCreary shook hands two or three times with every man he met and called everyontj by his first nameMr and Mr Charles J Dronston are expected home from French Lick Springs Thursday or Friday Thy will be welcomed back after several weeks absence on a trip to Texas5Capt John Feeny of Richmond one of Roger Hansons youngest and gamest chickens is right in itas he is in everything he undertakes lIe is now a cigar tlrua- nmerDavo Chenault of Richmond who made a record with Morgan is herelrsrill D Oldham sons Edwin and Dowell Oldham and Mrs Susan Bronston will leave Thursday morning and visit friends in Warren county Ky While there they will go with a party to visit Mammoth Cave and also camp out for a while during the trip Miss Bronston is one of Lox ingtons most winning and admired young girls Chaperoned by her aunt Mrs Oldham she has enjoyed the sum mer vacation thoroughly attending the chief social events here and in some of the adjoining cities Lexington Lead ere RELIGIOUS Rev L Nathan Braddock of British Honduras will conduct prayer service at the Baptist church tonight SDr M W Doggett of Virginia will preach at the First Presbyterian church on Sunday Aug 25th at 11 oclock a in and S oclock pm Eld T 1 Martin closed a successful meeting at Taylorsville this week with a number of additions He will begin a meeting in Madison county next week Winchester Democrat The Kentucky Annual Conference of the M EChurch Scuth will meet in Shelbyvllle during the week beginning Oct 2nd About two hundred delegates and other visitors are expected to at tendThere will be services next Sabbath Aug 25th at 11 a m at the Chapel at Whites Station Also on the follow ing Sabbath Sept 1 the Lords Supper will be observed Preparatory service Thursday and Friday nights preceed ingRain or shine there will be a union gospel service at the court house next Sunday afternoon between 5 and 6 oclock If the weather is favorable it will be held in the open air if raining in the court house All are cordially invited to attendSRev G W Young Georgetown Is delivering a series of temperance lectures at Satyersville Magoflln county and is drawing crowded hQuses The county is local option but as In many other locations the law is not respect edMt Sterling Advocate Dr Mirza S K Nweeya a native of Persia will lecture at the Christian Church tonight on the women and children of Persia Dr Nweoyn lec tured Sunday morning and night on the manners and customs of his native land and those who heard him were highly entertained IVIARRIED UUVKRRIKER Prof George R Buy er Into of the Harrodsbnrg Academy and Miss Minva Riker a Harrodsburg belle will be married August 27- ALEXANDEIIMARCIThIMr James I Alexrnder and Miss Lillie Marcuro both of Dulith Ky were married Tuesday August 35at the home of John A Heusley this county KEENFOBD Mr Owen Keen and Miss Callie Ford both of Union City this county were married at tho resi dence of Mr J B Dozier this cily Wednesday llev J M Bailey ofliciat jagflzowisnHunsrJudgo DB Red wine of Jackson was married at the brides home in Campton Monday to Miss Nellie Hurst daughter of Capt WI Hurst and left immediately for BuffaloCURTIsGARRE1TMrN G Curtis a young farmer of Panola and Mi a KfHe T Garrett the pretty sixteen year old daughter of Beaten Garrett of Brass placeJA8tTkBOWXANCBS BHAW The Lejciagtee Democrat TWROwaces time efiKtfetne t of Miss 11re Cressliw gliter of Mrs GB CreiMtMMr Jiaf MHf ef V 4ssI3Iss toXr Aadr pow lYke44L Vha wad4IJmt wlIJt PUlOWi rtd rrJ r the handsome daughter of Senator Bill Clark of Jackson county and Mr William Fowler of McKo wre- married at that place last week After spending their honeymoon at the Far moms Hotel Livingston they returned to McKee to reside- WATTERSON CASANOVA Lieut Henry Wattorson of the U S A son ot Hon Henry Watterson editor of the CourierJournal and Miss Blanca Esther Casanova daughter of Drand Mrs Junn J Casanova formerly or Cuba but now a resident of Philadel phia were married Thursday in Cite Quaker city The wedding was unique in that the Cuban marriage customs were observe- dznusALaxANnznMr and Mrs Alexander Alexander announce the engagement of their daughter Lucy Fullerton to Mr William Simrns of Paris The wedding will take place early in October at Voodburn Miss Alexander is in every way one uf the loveliest young girls in Kentucky Her beauty and charm have won all hearts wherever she is known Her fiance Mr Simrus is a brightcnltured polished young fellow a graduate of Yale and every inch a gentleman Woodford SunC- LELAMD PgNnLETON Miss Mary Lindsay Pendleton the charming and attractive daughter of Judge and Mrs F P Pendleton and John H Cl eland tim popular news dealer were quietly married at the Court View Hotel last night Rev B B Bailey officiating The bride was beautifully gowned in old rose satin trimmed in white lace and velvet Only close relatives and a few intimate friend of the parties were present to witness the ceremony and congratulate the happy couple Winchester Democrat The bride is a sister of Mrs John Turley of this city BIRTHS BECK nAM A dispatch from Frankfort conveys time interesting intelligence that a fine daughter was born to Gov and Mrs Beckhatn on Friday last Mother and infant are both doing well This is the first baby born in the exec utive mansion since the Buckner ad ministration DEATHS PARKSMrs Margaret Parks aged CO died last week near Paint Lick SIMMS lion Thomas W Simras Jr of Springfield a prominent lawyer and member of the Democratic State Central Committee for the Fourth Congressional District died Vednesda- yTAYroItFrank Taylor Sr n for mer Madison county citizen limit for many years a resident of Jessamine county died of paralysis Friday Aug 9 aged 89 years A second wife who was Miss Callie Sandersof this county and several children by his first marri ago survive him Invented an Airship According to a dispatch from Irvine Judge W II 1111who represented Estill and Lee counties in the last Leg islature and who isa brother of Attorney Grant E LilIof this city claims to have Invented dirigible airship which hsas any one can navigate with ease and can control its every movement He says My machine renders absolutely certain practical navigation of the air With it I can sail at any desired height ascendor desend at will or sail in any course desired and successfully sail against quite a sale With it I can win the prize of lOoOOO frans offered by M Deutsch for circumnavigating the Eiflle Tower within 20 minutes Those who know the Jedge best say his airship in only n pipe dream which same imaginative reporter over heard him narrating and worked oft on the city dailies for straight goods Demandan Investigation Immediately upon the publication of the news that Attorney General Breck inridge has ordered State Inspector Hines to make an Investigation oi the various investment companies doing business in this State Mr A Smith Bowman Secretary of the Southern Mutual at Lexington which is repre sented hero by Mrs A T Million wrote the Inspector demanding an examination of its books This was in striking contrast to many others which rushed into print denouncing the action of the State authorities and declaring they would resist any attempt at an investi gation Tills manly course ought to satisfy tho most skeptical of the square dealings of the Southern Mutual which Is one of the most solid financial in stitutions in Kentucky Some others however that are loosely conducted are quaking in their boots andwhen the calcium light is turned on there may be some astonishing revelations BEREA lFrom the Citizen Profs Marsh and Carnahan are at Salyersville attending the Institute- W C Gamble ot the Moody School in Chicago who has been appointed Secretary of the College arrived last weekW F Garrett and wife of Winchester were guests of Mr and Mrs E T Fish last week Mrs Garrett is a sis ter of Mr Fish A P Settle Mr and Mrs Henry Hazohvood and Mr and Mrs Arthur Terrill of Richmond were called to Berea on account of the serious Illness of Mrs Trnett Prof L V Dodge started North on Monday morning for an outing of two or three weeks expecting to visit friends in Ohio take in the PanAmer ican Exposition attend a family reunion and solemnize the marriage of a favorite niece VALLEY VIEW From the Argent J W Masters has completed his house on East Main street Time government buildings nave been completed and accepted by the govern ment Valley View will soon have telephone connection with Iho outside world The wires will be put up thin week E L Ifatlcn was called to the bed side of his sister Miss SplcJo Hadenai Lexington last week At this writ tiny she is improving The remains of Mrs Nancy Perkinst aged sixty years who died at Niche lasviilo last Thursday were brought to this phice Friday for burial Jack Houp of this pUfie has ee tied portion with the Hmgk Brkljf Lum her Co It ia piobsbte that lie will BMW his family te High Bridge KifB ly a1MlXi Lvljfe obonte w w ujjlledla ra rrl ff Mjh brios Iis WdadaV e jt Xl4i- 4s1u fJAWard pei ffis 11 iUIt governMent work raa against A MIA la the river hetSifttlKdar amittftk A force ol BIea were eitfitiged tiBa4 y raising it ILM Morgan of FaiNt 11111 local- Ity eidpped a carload el cattle to Cia cinnnti last week arid it ia saidhe lost five hundred dollars on the shipment F M Bryson a former citizen of this place but now located at Louisville where ho hiss a lucrative position with a lumber company was here one day last week onbusimmessKerM Considering time unfavorable weather tho Bereft Fair which was held Friday and Saturday was welt attended arid from an amusement standpoint proved to be one of the best over given by the Association Saturday was tbebanu r day when fully one thousand people were in attendance The best of order was maintained and every body had a good time The rings were well con tested and the premiums quite liberal The Richmond Military Baud furnished the music and as usual was highly complimented Richmond was well represented both days and a number of our citizens brought back premiums President S Eo Welch and Secretary A r Fish were untiring in their efforts to make the enterprise a success and that they were amply rewarded is proven by the fact that the Association declared a 0 per cent dividend Following is a list of time premium winners FIRST DAY 1 Best silk patch work quilt Mrs D H Myers Mrs EUa Moore 2 Best worsted quilt Mrs D H Mers 3 Home made white counterpane Sirs Sam Deatherage Mrs ii H Myers 5 Calico dress home made Mrs D H 11 era 6 Calico dress machine made Mrs D H Myers Mrs Walter Hockaday 7 Sun bonnet Mrs E M Preston Mrs D II Myers 8 Mens work shirt Mrs D H Myers 9 Hemstitching Miss Mary White Miss Linda Gormley 10 Silk embroidery Mrs J M Scott Miss Linda Gormley 11 Embroidered hankorcliief Mrs D II Myers Gertrude Rymel 12 Butter Mrs A J Scudder 13 Home made cheese Mrs Walter Hockaday p and 14 Light bread yeast rising Mrs Mattie Alverson Mrs B 0 Potts 15 Llghtbread salt rising Mrs Mattie Alverson Mrs J1 C Potts 16 Beaten biscuit Mrs Mattie Al verson Mrs B C Potts 17 Black cake Mrs B C Potts Mrs Mattie Alverson 18 White cake Kiz CornelisonMrs W W Adams 19 Choclato cake Kiz Corjielison Mrs Mattie Alversou 20 Sponge cake Mrs B C Potts p and c 2L Ice cream B Juett Richard Boulware 22 Sherbert B Juett p and c 23 Boiled ham Mrs Walter Hock aday p and c 24 Blackberry wine Mrs J J Branaman Dr W Q Martin 25 Grape wine Mrs Walter Alver son Mrs J J Branaman 26 Irish potatoes Wm A Johnson pandc 30 Cabbage M D Muller Walter Hockaday 31 Cucumbers Ben Winkler p and c 32 Squashes Goo Thompson p and c 33 Wheat WL Hockaday pand c 35 White corn W L llockaday p and c 30 Grapes Mrs Walter Hockaday Mrs B C Potts 39 Peaches Bonn McBane Dr W Q Martin 40 Onions Mis Walter Hockaday Mrs E M Preston 41 Horse colt Frank Maupin 42 Mare colt Cy Chciiault Wm Britton 42J Mare mule colt W B Black p and c 45 Stallion one year old Dr Hockaday F C Sbrewsberry 48 Mare two year old Zack Mon day Lawson Hockaday 481 Stallion two years old and un der F C Shrewsberry p and c 49 Stallion three years old and tinder four Dave Wilcoxll M Samuels 49 J Stallion four years and over H Traynor 52 Gelding throe years and nuder four Q Morgan Lawson llockaday 53 Gelding four years and over Gonuerley and Traynor p ante- SECOND D5Y 54 Mare two years and under three Ell Cornclison p and c 05 Mare three and under tout Cecil Beatty p and c 56 Mare four years and over J L Rowielt Jack Twigg 57 Boy rider Charley Dunn Lawrence White 58 Gentleman rider Jo Maupin John McWilliams 59 Running race Robert White 60 Bicycle race Jack Burnam premiumS61 3 minute trot Henry Traynor Dan Wilcox 62 Best mare colt Cy Chenault p and c geldingGorwiey67 Saddle mzre or gelding under four years Frank Maupin p and c 69 Fanciest turnout W T Griggs B Gormley 70 Race on track Gormley and Traynor Dave Wilcox 71 Trot free for all Mrs C DI Chenanlt Dave Wilcox SINOE the passage of the act of Mardi 14 1900 authorizing the establishment of national banks of small capital there have been organized 665 national banking associations with an a1otgre Kate capital of 34267000 antI a bond deposit of 10006200 Of these basks 557 started with a capital of less than 550000 each and 208 with a capital of 50000 or more The South has 159 of these new beaks of which 103 have a capital of less than 990000 2ftfnus Csa t lit Cortt by local pblicatfoB J they caaao MrTherereieeIjeleafiiessditionof the mocbm liafnjr ef the Ea stachmn lube Wbea this tube gets dUI1hnperieethearl out and this tab restored to Its Herata bedeMroyedorevtM aaiatlamedlaces Do4Sarabrtam IbM eaiw be red Hal s efrrHtu9kve t he iSMSRich Juicy PlumbsRipe For Your Picking Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities andLawnsatour store DimI itiesin the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to eVeiy dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Allover Lace Yoking and- S datine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before irf prices from 2Qc to 200 per yardP I Our Belt Department IscompleteIStyles come first so do AleKeea Belts Novelty is essential to make sales yon Will be struck by the novelty in our Belts Reliability should be considered it is IThediporpolutedpronounced every day In connection with our Belt Department- can be had a most complete line of Purses Kid Gloves at f100 guaranteed Can be had in all colors and sizes IOur line of Corsets Is complete In netting- or summer Corsets At prices from 29cto ITiniadvertised brands is a very large sale with nit G D Chicago waists at SI 00 G D style 36c Straight front at 100 I Remember we belong to the Merchants Consumers Scrip Association I which means money saved to you Respectfully if you trade with us Cor Main First St IRVINE From the Irvine Leader Mr Simp Elliot of Wisetnantown is confined to ills bed with fever Hume Wagers is in Irvine shipping tanbark for his father Jonah Wagers Rev D Clay Lilly wife and children of Tuscalooso Ala are on a visit to Mrs H C Lilly Mrs Sally McAfee formerly of Ir vine RruLuon of Winchester Its visiting relatiseat this place Miss Corn Hinds of Ford who has been viMting relatives at this place returned home Saturday Mr Dave Graham has returned borne from High Bridge where he lisa been on business for the MaganFawkes lum CoMr Clark Barker of Middletown 0 formerly A resident of E till and Miss Lula Richardson daughter of A J Richardson of Red Lick were marrie- dAuguttb at the home of the bride Rev EVp Benton of Panels officiat ing Mr G C Rlddell and brother Mr J E Riddell are visiting their father and mother at this place The former is proprietor of the National Hotel at Mt Sterling and the latter engaged in the tobacco bubintss at Louisville Ky The National Foxhunters Association will hold its annual meet at Estill Springs on about November 18th There will be lovers of the aport from all over time Union This is the third year they have breld their hunts here and there is talk of making this their permanent hunting ground if a suitable tract of land can be obtained whore the foxes will be bred and trained The tract will be enclosed with high fence and used for this purpose exclusively PUBLIC SALE OF ftca1 PIrIiatopI7 Ruing decided to go West I will offer at public suction on my premises s mimes west of Richmond Kyoa- QthFriii bftnliK IIA- bont tl a hour ot 10 oclock a m my farm or1IO Imprond one of the best stone buUdlnglln Madison county containing 12 room witQ two good barns good smoke bouse two CToncriba and all other improve meals well fenced and watered close to schools and church mill country store and pottoffiee within a mile on new pike now in course erection Also half interest in 25 acres ot iem and small tobacco crop farming utensils household and kitchen furniture UponUle21lt of September about IOocloc- ka ni Iwlll also offer my residence which I now occupy in llichmond Ky located on south side East Main streetone of best locations in the city wilt improred With barn 4Sdz neighborsAlsotwostory residence of seven rooms and two Iota 69x180 t aide of Walnut RlchmondKy one ot the most satutafitlal buildings oa that Street with good stable for two horses buggy ha and corn young orchard in thrifty condition with stone front and splendid neighborhood anyInformationaddress the undersigned Shelby Masters aagH w Richmond Xy THE BEST PAPER Published in the United Mates for Democrat and for ALL readers the TwkcaWcck CourierJournal HpefterelaM yearadyeuJJOO A YEAR IwiMMeereauipieeeplesstin tfceta Write to- COIJHJ4JAL CtL- ouisville K- yY5wpIT rou RICHMOND CLIMAX AMDTSB TwiceiWNk CmmJmui BoUt One Year for Only 150 k Arwtyj Stop at irnn r Ribbons eThe demand for Ribbons during tllP Mil ifreSmtiopuVelvet ourjIIn all colors pink w am laveiiler green yellow blue gisy ijiack yaidJim rrgandies etc we are lender Ludfes Lumen Skirts at 25c Special for 10I- II weeks only upMercerizedBuggy lobes at 39 and 49c completeGirls white P K a tp AI1 tOc B ys Yacht Caps at 24c priiesIromloto25c and yours OWEN MCKEE U JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street CarpetsS Matting Undertaking c Lowest P riccs Best Qualities t Also full line of Picture Mouldings and i FramesI trc It i 0JADISON INSTITUTED I- Ct RICHMOND KENTUCKY tA High Class School for GirL1 J W MCGARVEY JR PRINCIPAL schoolingtutions of the East Music department especially strong Frequent illustnl PalestineEuropeif nor of many inferior ones Send for Catalogue julKWf i t WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY 0 foreOnefourth WinShades ig make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for JJO pure Linseed Oil and J White Lead at factory prices freight added Largest stock of Picture Framing materials in the State We will yonr pictures in tip todato styles for little money Dont forget that you delash1++4+ +4 GEO M WILLGING Manufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints for all kindsof purposes Each specific Paint for a specific 209 West Main Street RICHMOND K1 Creditors Notice KENTUCKYlMADISON K a Broaddea Admr eoOrder inUOrdered that this cast be and II referred to haveJIfeeIordered Mtat an persons holding clafais against saidCo5Mta4ener beiMsagX Notice to Creditors ptrTSISa14a tftAHeneeArae Drt tedAUloaZTI BMTIMet ofthereo ofneiHpreasut SM see 8I or before ue 315 day ofAvgut meet properly peeves AInIIII 8 H THOaM aK aC w PiMotuttooNoticj tJii etrIr tfi fit =rw r Ut Pfl 1CILff4tl4 i c j Richmond Kentucky i Eoarding Dissolution Notice KentuckyWorkMessrs O C Motfctt and W D HollrSlug and John Donelson continuing the ness All arties indebted to the firm all parties holding claims against s please present to Mr Douelson for setU KENTUCKY CARRIAGE VTOJttf angll4w =Indulgence fn regret IB to pay t for experioBce FORA SHI K8TPHONOGRAPh TJ rT SMIT0ILEXINGTON Per elreriM Us UMM aa4 clNMIcL weIf KY UffI imliseen 1iWBVmt1I w r A WONDERFUL SUCCESS I FALLflPEIrq J i Miller BrQsAh x SHOESMf EVERY PAIR BRAND NE Not an Ounce of Anything Bui t Leather in the Soles and Heels MENS 2 250 3 350 BOYS 150 and 2 Choice of our J 0 Suits now 775 IILLUPIIROSpflI rEXINTO u The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 190L Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stontfera Clothing Store Gfebtf Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf New corn Is said to be selling in the Red House locality forJ Thoroughbred Southdown bucks for sale Apply to B J CLAY ITjuly 3t Richmond Ivy Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of Gco over Middletons drug store July 17tf All the noted cattle breeders will have exhibits at the Shelby County Fair Shelbyville Ky Aug 274 days Djut miss the Shelby County Fair at Shelbyville Ky August 27four days The horse show will be the greatest in Kentucky this year The Estill county teachers Institute will couvere at Irvine Monday Aug 2tith 1901 Teachers holding county certificates are required to attend the full tcssion New Postmaster J W Witt Jr has been appointed postwisier at Rices Station Estill county vice S R Wilder resigned Col Walker Sells His Railroad Tim Illoomfleld Branch owned prin cipally by Col J Stone Walker of this city was sold Monday to the Ii N for 150 000 Oft For Mt Sterling The Richmond Military Band left yesterday for Mt Sterling where It has been engaged to furnish music fcr the A 0 U W Street Fair Governor Stone Ill From a St Louis paper we learn that ex Gov V Stone has been very ill of dysentery at his home in St Louis but at this writing is somewhat improved Second Money At the Lexington Elks Fair last week Messrs liMes McElwaino of this city captured second money for the best stalliuu three yours old and un der four Every Nation Welcome but Carrie Over the bar in Jones Mentions saloon in this city the public is con routed with this unique butjsigiiifkant lezend Every nation welcome but Carrie Teachers Association The first meeting of the Madison County Teachers Association will be held at Bybeetown church nears Wacd Saturday AUA 31 beginning atJIO oclock An interebtiii program has bweu prepared General Clays Second Sight A friend ot General Cassius M Clay who visited White Hall lust week siysthat the General id now gifted with his second eyesight and can see to read and write without glasses He will soou celebrate his 94th bIrth- day Dropped Dead sj Attorney Richard Bush of this city received a telegram Sunday announc ing that his father Harry T Bush a prominent farmer ami stock trader of Lincoln county dropped dead after re turning from church at Stanford Tho interment took place at Stanford Mon day t Mr Corzolius Buys Properly Tie brick house on Lancaster ave occupied by Mr Chenault Willis and known as the Shanks property waa sold last week by its owner Green Igo to Mr George Corzelius who will tear down the old structure and build in its place a handsome modern residence The price is not stated Fine Prospects Dr IL i Blanton of Richmondwas in this city yesterday for a short while on business and while here staled to a News reported that he had been traveling about considerable of late and that he found prospects flattering for the coming year at Central UniverMty fht new University board will meet Friday in Lexington Danville News Goes to Louisville Mr Zena Douglas huts accepted a nice pllldUolwith the Big Store in with which MrHJStreni our former townsman is conned and will leave Monday for the Falls City Mr Douglas is a splendid young man popular clever and capable and while lila departure is sincerely regret ted we wish him success IB hisowfield Compliment to Prof Reynolds Prof C W Reynolds the Negro ed ucator conducted the colored teachers Institute in GarrardroHat last week finishing up his institute work for the summer So pleased ww Miss Leek wlthProlengaged him at SH advanced salary to bold the Ii2UtutQ Ak ftla n xt yer 5 qltil P J a For Rent Three brick residences on University Campus in good repair largnyards and gardens stables water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to aug4tf L II BLANTOS Low Rates to Louisville Via Queen Crescent Route ac count Knights Templar Conclave August 2730th Ask ticket agents for particulars WC Rinearson lP A Cincinnati 0- Holding for Higher Price The Harrodsburg Democrat says that over 100000 bushels of wheat are stored at Cogaca warehouse at that place It belongs to farmers who will hold it for a higher price Farmer Assigns Peter P Parrish a wellknown farmer of the Silvn Cirek locality filed a deed of assignment Wednesday nam- Ing D M llhenault as assignee Lia bilitiesaud xsseis not stated Dr llolton Buys Akers Property The property of the late Prof J T Akern at the corner of Oak and High outcrylastC S Holtoii The price was 1625 Berea Wants Telephone Connection With Livingston The Livingston Colonel says that At torney C M Rawlings was there last Tuesday with a proposition to connect Berea and Livingston by telephoneI Booue County Fair Florence Kj Au ust28th31st Onei fare round trip Queen CrescentRoute toErlanjrer daily duiti the fairlfrom all poInts between Cincinnati and Lex particularsLeased Another Mill The Lancaster Record says that Messrs T S Burnatn and I C Rurker of Paint Lick have leased the Lancas tcr Roller Mill and Elevator They will still continue to operate their mill at Paint Lick however Will Remove to Aspen Avenue Mr C B Hamilton individual book keeper at tho Madison National Bank has rented tho cozy cottage on Aspen avenue next to Assistant Postmaster JohnJC McClintocks and will take possession next week John Robinsons Circus Lexington Ivy August 26th 190J One fare for round trip to Lexington AuRUstjOtli limit for return 27th via Louisuillc Atlantic R R C M Bnowxixo General Manager Only TWO Applicants Only tvo inpplfcants for county AcliopI certificates took the examine tion here Friday and Saturday They were Mr I M Hubbard and Miss Sarah fajltIhe colored teachers examination will be heM next Friday and Saturday Colored School Superintendent Choseni As predicted in last weeks CiiiMor the Board of Education at its regular monthly meet ingesdaglit elect S6elrlPrinCiPallaI111 Thirty Days Respite Holly Btrutton who was to have beeiiliuBjj at ltI has been granted ttrTitayCoflfxecufion by GOverNor Bec1UuuI1JtCBchllJt2Jfrthor exa die case The respite is for SO lays The man that Strutton killed Wile Searcy was a couisin by marrinJOotVlB- axter of thiscliy Articles of Consoliilution Filed A Frankfort dispatch says file Sec retary of State received Tliursilav sill des of coiibolidnliou merjing Cenn College at Dauvllle Central Univer sity at Richmond and ihe Presyteri- aii Theological Seiniiiary into one In stitutiont to be located at Danville and known as the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Kentucky Fine Cum Notwithstanding the Reiieral coin plaint of a short corn crop JucIpeE C Million tells usihuttlihas50crcs of that cereal nrtr Kew y tliw iluiityi that will wake 15 burrels hKtto acrc Mr Asliford Million of thewtue lo cality slllsrp is tjj bee tbat lit lias had tin ten years Tligtriilli IS that particular section has n t re for rain ts summer whIclipsebab accounu rjl1eeyie1dr J A Lively Fight IB Pias rue P Republicans will meet Jt ilitf coarthoeae in this city next Si Hrelay afternoon to iKiniiiisto caitWas for the various county offices Jest sow it looks like there will be a tivfiJ fight ovetwhelher or sot a full t keislaJol be noffliwited Th Coos rvative eU ment of the party led bOINirHlMn J4iH 1 3d Chiiitock asd P l DtMkr- WaJlACfl are OpHsetl to a Sis l fi kU while Col rlti asC Adai of the PdiitMerAPh sail otherS of thutwiAK are aBcoadUioi Uy in favor of alw everything iu ciglit a- nd4aPr tH A- cJ u1-t Beauties FoW1fA L W IA that caiibc ert b ti Our Floral Decorations taDdtrattiLEXINGTON KYj lIENRY LrERRY Agt a lJJ Bells Flowers go Everywhere fI bDr Ilobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf Mat Cohen Sells a Good One Mat S Cohen the wellknown horse man of this city sold this week to JackSpradlin of New York a four year old gelding by Chester Dare dam by Harrison Chief for 1000 Mr Cohen will ship the horse ill November Filth Street Property Sold Milo Shanks of Washington bought Saturday of Gay Edwin Brown the two story frame resilience on the east side of Fifth street now occupied by Captain Keith forSlOCO cash As the propertycost nearly 1400 the purchaser considers lie got a bargain Cincinnati Suadaf Riles The reeulai blweekly8nndayexcur slob Queen SfCrcsent Route Sunday August 25th All the summer attrac tions to the Queen City areppenfrA8k oJtraInsWC KUf EABSOK GP AT- Cincinnati 0 Special L and N Rate to Louisville Ono faro to Louisville and return August 21 to 28 inclusive good return- Ing September nf wt conntofnlghts Teiriolar Conclave A special train will be rpn on Tuesday Aug27j1leavTng lUchmoiitlat 4 a rn1 arriving at LouIe yule at 930 One fare for the round- trip Principal at Clmtpavllle Prof Thomas Throop who taught at Ayers Academy College Hill several sessions and later was Principal of the Irvine Public School is now located at Clintonville Bourbon county where he has been employed as Principal of the public school for the coiniugycar Prof Throop Is a splendid teacher and has been very successful where ever he has taught Knights Templar Conclave Louisville Ky August 2730 1001 One fare to Louisville and return August 24th to 28th inclusive with limit for return September 3rd via Louisville Atlantic R K An additional extension of liuiit to Sept ISth may be secured by payment BOc See Agents JOT particulars j I C MvBndivNiXGV j General Manager For SiiorRenL I offeriforflale or rent privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bathroom and hall and all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or address Dr G W Evans or the undersigned MnsVSrEED SMITH julylOm Richmond Ky Threatened Indictment When tho grand jury meets in September an effort will be made it is said to have the Mayor and City Council indicted for permitting alleged gambling games ito tie operated here during the recent AJJ m Street Fairaiid Carnival Rev II G Turner pastor of the Methodist church in a allenttentionauthorities to task for their seeming negligence The matter has created quite a sensation Mrs Bennett Friends of Mrs Sarah Clay Bennett will regret to learn Jim she is danger ously Iii of gastritis at her home oh West Main street this city Mrs Bennett who la the wifo of Mr James Bennett and daughter of Gnu Cl1 Clay is one of the leading Woman Sot raglsts in the UnitedStates and attlte last ntionarWouiaii ltrage Cpnven Lion lund tliehonor of being msUe Chair jnan pfttlie committee Jojprcsoifta pe ti onto Cougrcssasking fortiniYiirsat siiffraofor her SOZ rfjg tojV Cupid in a Bottle bl tmanticstory comes Jrom Val 1ev View flits county Oatliejl2tli dayoT1I1st March MlBs ena iupsey who resides near lucre scaled a fetter with her name eignedjolt ida bottlq and threw it into tiM Kentucky river- A few days ago she was reworded by receiving an answer to her leJttcrfrom Arthur Berwood of McnnentonLa Who found the bottle floating hi the Mississippi ver The young woman has exchanged letters with him and iilsot photographs He is said to be a wealthy sugar planter of that State Alter The Investment Companies The CourierJournal bf last Thursday contained the followingwhich will be of local interest td the numerous Madison county stockholders wholmve put their money into various invest ment companies principally those in Lexington Gov Beckham has or dered an investigation of the eo called investment companies dpinir business iiKiiiuckv lnfdrBQatron c0minc from the Post OfHce Department being to the effect that the business is a form of lottery The- t e was asked for by Attorney Gfeheral Breck hlridge Lexington wjllprobably be askedof tlip General AMeftl ly to reg ulate these companies The companies are said to liaveantlcinated this and to jiavu set on loot a mqvetncnt to raIse a- fundot100O0 to lMtvirJ gis lation Tho Altiife has lon fnformtd thit alre yy members pf the Legislature have been interested In tho companies Complaints against various companies have been turned over to the State Inspector for investigation Some havp bees driven out of Ohio and have opened offices in Coy WjttOM iTWire is diversity of opinion as to tli empower of the Slato Inspector and ExHiHlnsr to invYtItethe bond in vest rncut and debenture com paniepaiul M to Uie method of pxiccd re One vl wisthat persons tiJio Iiave ted- J oneYihoul1 file eorap1aiiit Attorne- yGeueri Bretkinr4t believes the MM- Qsut guv IqtllMltt asu4 ha wfliawait thUo oCtb ppuc ti ij J8 CUYNtirOn j Fine Tailorin Il = t SS 1tJSUITS7 OVERCOATS andt j extra TROUSERS made to meas iIj and perfect fit guaranteed in every instance Our display of Fall and Winter Woolens is now ready and It ttan early inspection by our old patrons would be appreciated 1 Covington Banks ry JSHOECIL I l Phz4w WT e have made extraordinary preparation for the Fall and Winter IjfI Mens and Boys Footwear ever shown in Richmond Lookout J for this department its coming to ithe front II Covinglon Baiiks pk SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR s L41fjJ Y Y r 1 II7I 7II7I aerexer XXi New P Quarters Tho Knights of Pythias have rented the old D K E rooms over the Rich mond National Bank and will remodel them and convert them into swell lodge quarters Possession given September 1st t Robbed in Lexington Like the man who journeyed from Jerusalem to Jericho mention of which is made in tho Scriptures William Snowden a commission merchant of Irvine seems to have fallen among thieves while in Lexington attending the Elks fair The Herald says he reported to the police that ho hail been robbed of 500 but no clue to thieves or money either could be founds Paris Red Men Will be Here Tim Paris degree team one of the best in the State has been engaged to do the initiatory work upon the occas ion of the installation ot the new tribe here September 3 Applications for lDemb i1the new order are still pouring tittho indications arc that It wjll boone of the most flourishing ordenjln the citA tribe of 50 charter membern was instituted at Georgetown last week Richmond at the Conclave Richmond CoinnanderyNo 19 fifty strong will leave Monday morning to attend the Grand Triennial Conalave at Louisville Miss Julia Higgins the handsome daughter of Grocer J A Higgins is sponser for the local Com mandery and her maids of honor are Misses Ann Bennett Margaret Smith and Salllc Shack clford Time Cominan lerywiirbeaccdmpauied thy the Rich mond MilitaryBaudMrs Instructor The Board of Education has we un derstand decided to employ Mrs J T Akers as vocal instructor at Caldwcll thigh School for the approaching term to succeed Mrs George W Pickels Her selection has not been confirmed but will be at the next meeting of the Bonn Mrs Akers is the accomplished crcanist at time First Presbyterian church and her selection will be very gratifying to the public as well as to tho patrons of the school An Aggressive Campaign Sheriff II H Colyer has been elected Chairman of the Democratic Coun ty Campaign Committee with Attor ney VR Letcherfor Secretary Mr Colyer who succeeds lion J Tevls Cobb is not only one of the most popular men in the couuty buta shrewd politician and sagacious leader lie will begin an aggressive campaign about September 1 and when ho gets the Democratic forces throughout the county thoroughly organized the RadII wont stand as much showing to elect then tickettxs a bob tail bull in fly time Clean Yeur Wells The statement is made by scientists that typhoid fever germs are thriving in all sections of Kentucky says the Hnrrodcburg Democrat and much fear is entortamed that itentucky will pass through a typhoid fever epidemic this fall if every precaution is not taken to destroy time germs It is necessary that wells bo closely guarded for it through thia avenue that typJiild fever travels with more rapidity titan ahy other the HHwaikMy condltiofl of welkis due Jar to tliy pfemiae and Itaboul4b i to at opes that 4 qfltIoLi fJi q1 1f Ng l ii4 t t if John Robinson The great John Robinson Show is to be at Somerset August 29th Excur sions Queen Cresent Route from all points Danville to Pine Knot At Harriman Aug 30th Rates from points between Dayton and Rockwood At Rockwood August 31st Rates from points between Chattanooga and Harrimau Junction Show at Chattanooga September 2nd with rates as far north as Dayton Jafiy McNanara Killed at Lexingtfrrr Lexington had another killing Friday the victim being Jady McNamara an exMagistrate who was shot and al must instantly killed by Johu Meagher Jr of Frankfort at whose saloon Mc Naara raised a disturbance It was a plain case of self defense Time slain man was a brother of King MoNa mara who murdered Jacob Kellar in cold blood last year slid who is now Ii fugitive from justice with a price upon his head It was unfortunate that the twgeily occured during the Folks Fair A Killing at Nlcholasville John Marshall the Jessamine coun ty farmer who had his wife and a man named Cauian arrested in Louisville a short time ago after a sensational es capade was shut and mortally Wounded by John Higgs at Nicholasville last Thursday Marshall claimed that Jim Iliggs had carried notes to his wife from Can Ian and attempted to shoot him when he was fired upon by his brother John Higgs Marshall died a few hours after the shooting and Hies at his examining trial was acquitted on the ground of justifiable homicide S Celebrate The Independent Sons aud Daughters of Hoifor a negro organization cole butted the 51th aniversary of the es tablishment of the order v ith a grand picnic hero last fridaj A special train brought a large delegation from Versailles headed by the Versailles Negro Band The parade which was down Slain street was a very creditable one and attracted a good deal of atten lion The exercises were held at the theIwere Messrs Spillraan and Cobb had charge of thffarrangements Proud cl the Soldiers Governor McCreary who attended the State Guard encampment at Owens boro last week had tIlls to say to a CourierJournal reporter about the soldier boys 1It is the first encampment I ever attended Tho State Guard was reorganized during my administration as Govenor and I have always taken a deep interest in its welfare Time oc canizatlon was never in butter shape Kentucky has three splendid reiim nts of men and the State should be proud of them All tIe soldiers are well drilled and tIme officers are men of abil ity and military training Tok Ihe liMe en Herself Ada Estes a young white woman was before Judge Million Saturday charged with being an accessory of Breck Walker in robbing the laiTy of Thomas Anderson With the hope of exonerating Walker her dusky lover of time charge she confessed to limo theft herself and was held over to time grand jury under 380 bond which being Unable to give she was souL to jail whwe Walker Is mice conflHeJ Her Mrepge mrtutkMi Jor Walker may coot ir t- Wmiqtlt9 sisieu tiary Iw inetea c- 4eonrti qlf DlllpcrtlJfJ1 tt L Busy J I Bee + ++ i ++4 I Strictly i Cash i+ s K DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING jw isS fSSbSS eS S 0- 0cae 05ea i I OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE= BUSY BI CASH STOR Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were 15 and 18 are now 9 to 11 Suits that were 10 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 Wheu we say half price we dont exaggerate Call and see for yourselves dont take our word for it Bring your boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay with us long at these prices We mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as big a stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are 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 andsummer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation andcant be changed Hoping 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 WD OLDIIAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US John Robinson The great Robinson Circus shows at points below- Lexington August 20th anti George town August 27th Excursion rates Queen Crescent Kouto from all points between Willlanistown and Danville Show at Danville August 23th Ex cursion rates from all points Iexiiig ton to BUr in Ask ticket agent for particulars Negroes Take Action on the School Question Upon the advice of their attorney the six colored citizens clamming to con shInto the colored Board of Education mot last Monday night aud elected Prof James White principal and James 0 WhUtaker of Foxtown first assistant of time colored city school and with one exception indorsed the selection t f the grade teachers chosen by the white board The school now has two rival boards and two sets of teachers but when circuit court meets week after next Julgu Scott will decide which one has authority to act- Visiting the Schools County Superintendent J WWaccra began his annual inspection of the public schools of the county this wetk paying his first visit to the College Hill locality As there are about 100 schools in the county white and colored it will be seen that Supt Wagers time will be pretty well occupied with official dutils lear up until November and ha will have very little opportunity to electioneer This will hardly be neccessary however as his past rec ord is his best vote Better Supt Wagers is very popular with the teachers of the county and his annual report will show that the schools have made a vast improvement under his able management ReturnISoldier Boys The McCreary Guards Captain L J Frazeo in command returned Friday morning from an eight days stay at the annual encampment Owenboro where they with twelve other corn panics made up tho Second Regiment The soldier boys had a most enjoyable time and their reminiscences of camp life are highly aaausing and entertain ing That their conduct was exemplary is proven by the statement of Captain Frazee who reports that only two of lila men weielnthe guard house The boys aro unstinting in their praises of the hospitality of the good people of Owenslwro and regretted wheu the order was giyfti to break camp While in camp the Richmond com patty was eareted M Company JJr How GlWofl wko went with the Rkh0e4 jAmpslIy was apou4ted- rojn a iei4t wiTh time 00t10f of lftlinC irj d Williams flu ifltIId- did iim FJbac for tkeevtire rtgi 3P ftIIloo gare4iior man f1 OPIw ttt ho JU mn tt 1t n 1 J Yale Man For Head Master The committee of Madison county citizens composed largely of the local alumni into whose hands the Univer ally property has passed assures the public that a high grade school will be opened hero September 10 The head master of the new institution will be Prof McAndrens of New York who is a Yale roan having graduated in the same class with Prol John Barnaul He is a lino jscholar and comes splen didly recommended lion J A Sul livan is now in Now York making final arrangements with Prof McAndrews for the opening of tho school Republican Precinct Meetings At several of the precinct meetings held Saturday by the Republicans a res olution was adopted calling on Mr T S Burnam to make the race for tIme Legislature which it is dollars to dough nuts he will not do WT Harris seems to have the best of the instructions for Jailer while EG Million for County Judge Urant E Lilly for County Attorney William West fur Sheriff John L Carpenter for Superintendent and E Tutt Burnazn fur County Clerk seem to bo time favorites Our good friend T C Lowery who hankers alter the nomination for County Attorney who has been a walking candidate lor tour mouths and who was tie only aspirant for an office anxious enough to an nontice his candidacy in advance was given time dinky dink his name Jnol oven being mentioned in tho instructions Played the Role ol the Snake Eater In imitation of the recent A O U W Street Fair and Carnival a number of boys about town ranging in ages from four to twelve gave an exhibi tion a few evenings ago Among the attractions of course was Tonga tIme snake eater aud Clarence Hicks was designated to play therole of Tongs To make the representation as realistic as possible young Hicks procured a real live oow sucker nod after edify- Ing thtf youthful Spectators bf letting it twine itself about his neck and body he wound up the thrilling performance by biting off the head of the monster The applause that followed thilr feat was not a sufficient antidote to waid ofT the ill eRects and the young snake eater has had a dark brown taste in imi4 month ever since that is not at alrl pleasant At t1rat it was feared that lie had been pjfsoiied but IIB is all right now A good usually actresses seep to favor long engagements anti short marriages Tim shapely hand that duptays an ea iirmeauut ring never forget Its CIJH mag After a than gets htNUuubteii cmy for him to see hewh rshtheke- 1to4tofiL Whep yon talk fcpKh iith attar tliow Itte a sign ttit 7Out WOi1 Jt WlrKfitr DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATETIMBBR or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange Bus kind of property Write me with all time particulars as 1 may he able to help you Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly It is one of the unsolved mysteries how two men can exchange umbrellas and each invariably get time worst of it Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OniiA C HART State Agent 27feblyr It is better to make good use of what little tau know than it is to know a great deal that is of no earthly use ff4this sIgnAture Is on every box of tho genuine Laxative BroraoQuinine Tablets tie remedy that cures n cold In ono daj Gieeu and red go well together Give a man plenty of greenbacks and he can paint the town a deep red TO OTOE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money iflt fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents If in proportion to his size a man had muscles like n flea ho could kick a book agent seven mills Stops tho Cough and Works o2 the cor Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 costs The man who is in love Is never to tally depraved unless all his love is bestowed upon liquqr Cincinnati Sunday Rates Time regular biweekly Sunday excur shin Queen Crescent Route Sunday August 18thAU tbe summer attrac- tIons of the Queen City are open Ask ticket agents for rates and time of trains W R RlXKAKSOJf G P A- Cincinnati 0 One of lifes peculiarities is that the worM is seldom watching a man when ilia is doing good StUer SaUIthCuok asia Uoscma Tlio iuteaw itching and ioci lout to these diseases is instantly allayed ay applyfag Chamberlains Eye sad klB OiutiBefit Many very bad IRKS uave lyeei perHMkaeatly cured by it It Is eipma3ly e ctefit Itching piles aad IL fvoiM remedy tor sore Jpp1e taj d Md chilblains frost 11ea- 4ni ofercf e pore eyes X cfe par box J CsJy CI4d5 Pew4ra are fc what a bet BMfb when IB tdupdittoB ftade blood parifter dP- Dtfaae Ttepr ire not hood tot icha ia JM a R co4It is rp t ++ ti To i4 4 AI1U+ 4 4 S01IETHINQ NEW They cure dandruff hair falling ntail ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro duced are wilt with delight You pimply comb your hair each day and time CoWl does the rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and Is made so that it is absolutely fmpowife to break or cut the hair Soul on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac lion in erery respect Smt tamps fur one Ladles size flOe tents size 35e Live men and werner wanted every where to introduce this article Sefls on sight Agents are wild with succera See wantMl notice in this paper Address D N ROSE Gen Mgr Dncatur Illinois 27feblyr The early cucumber joke may be laughable hut when it comes to doubling a man up it isnt in It with time real timing Hope resembles the head of a pin and disappointment the other end Forcible Tacts Onesixth of the deaths from disease are due to consumption NiiiRtyeiulit per vent of all those who have uedDr Plerces Golden Medical DiscOerv for weak lungs have been perfectly and permanently cured Me Cawley of Leechburg Armstrong Co Pa had in nil elghtvoue hemorrhages couldforrhages and all gave me up to die with consumption What doctors could Hlscoverydidcured their cause This isone case out of thousands Investigate time facts Frep Dr Plerced great work Time Peoples Common Sense Medical Ad- visor Is sentw on receipt of stamps to pay cost of wailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for paper covered book or AddressDrEvery time a man does a charitable act some vinegarvisaged misanthrope is ready to swear lie has an ax to grind Free New Cure tor Eczema And skin eruptions IIRMIOKS En ZEMA 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MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky v e rr S Jc E SMITH Pres F Eo BAIRD Sec and Treas 1- J L M WARE General Manager ti r r Tne Jefferson aray Sure y o 1Incorporated A CONTRACTt J1 The BEST because it g willmake you the Most Money SIMON LEXINGTON srm- r1 It IS BEST because fthere is no high ratio 3 for J business on our BooksjtJ 4 It requires LESS money to comi 1- t cplete an Investment in The Jeffer t tilt son than in any other Company + JTheA trial will prove the wisdom ot an Inrestmcnt in The ersont71IOME OFE1CE c No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY r crr rA iOROAIZED 18M GEO W MOBSIS Prea WW BITE Vice Pres 4 TaB MAL LtPL NANE 00 4OFKENTUCKY Ineg4 Home Office Louisville Ky David Mwriwether Secjr Jo I Pettus Tress eA Jas n Headman Medical Director Uerfry A llodge BupU Agencies Kentucky zc Q Admitted Assets Dee at 1800 jaeia7u x bimPtU8 Dec 3t 1900 aq L4 Increase in Surplus JS971r 1b Income for 1900 m91 54 KzpendltaresforlSnO S046K1 M xcess Income over expenditures U5 e- tjt lisiirance II fcc lececikr SI I NS54I J1d4 JoH KENNEDY SpecialAgent I Cmsy1yRICHMONDK 1t 1t LAND STOCK AND CROP iOld corn is selling Tit iG a barrel in MissouriThe Kentuckian rays that the Paris Milling Co purchased several crops of wheat at 62 ceuts J S Phelps bFayettesQldto J W Woolnms of LexinjjtonJ lOOOt bushels of wheat at 65 cents the highest price paid there this season James W McHce of Cynthiaiia sold to J P Hudson of Hudson Thompson A Co New Orleans La 42 head of fat 2yearold ninles at 130 a head to be delivered September 1 Dan Reetl of Paris has purchased this season over 700000 pounds of tobacco at an outlay of over 55000 lie hns sold over 411 hogshends and has over 200 hogsheads on hand Q T Leach had wheat yield as fol lows Ou 20 acres it averaged 29 bush els i SO acres 18 i 27 acres 30 This the besfvropwe have heaid of in Centre villo neighborhoodParis Kentuckian A lot of 15 libds of white burley to bncco grown by P P and W L Yan cey at Now Liberty Ky sold in Cin cinnati Thursday and brousrht the high vBt price paid since 1891 ranging from 15 to 275 per hundred The highest prices ever paid for wheat were In Alay 1807 it reached 2S5 per bushel j in Jiuie 180 J 220 in July le03 220 in September 1888 as a result of a corner 12 The low est was 48j cents In January 1835 W C Carpenter bought a lot of bogs Tuesday for September delivery at 5izC and a number of feeding cattle tor snIDe delivery at 3Ji and 4c Ho shipped two car loads of hogs to Louis ville Wednesday that cost him 5c a pound HarrotlsburR Deinocmt Harvesting the wheat crop in Min nesota and worth Dakota is in full progress This is about ten days ahead of the usual date The crop is all made and with dry weather lor thirty days there will not only be tim largest crop over harvested in the spring wheat region but one of the best in quality It will take thirty days longer to mature the vast crop of these States Conscivative judges put the crop of Minnesota anJ the two Dakotas at not hes than 200000000 bushels worth to day more than 100000000 on the farm There are 2000000 persons injhe three States and there are other crops than wheat There are 18000000 acres of Wheat in the three States and the av erage yield per acre is expected to be high Thero have been a few sections of the lied River valley where the crop has been drowned out but hail has been a trilling disaster and hot winds have lone no damage What a Girl Should Learn To sew To cook To mend To be gentle To value time To dress neatly To keep a secret To be selfreliant To respect old age To avoid idleness To darn stockings To make good bread To keep a house tidy To make home happy To be above gossiping To control her temper To sweep down cobwebs To taKe care of the baby To take rare of the sick majiToTo read tho very best of books To keep clear of trashy literature To take plenty of acive exercise To bea helpmeet to her husband To be light hearted and fleet footed To wear shoes that wont crampt the feet To be a womanly woman under all circumstances Home Magazine Voting Machines A dispatch from Columbus Indiana says Time County Commissioners have decided to purchase twentyfour voting machines and made a requisi tion on the council for an appropria tion of 12000 to pay for the machines The board stands two Republicans and one Democrat One Republican Jesse Day opposed the machine but finally gave his consent to the purchase Under the law they can make the pur jase whether sanctioned by the council or not and will likely do so So Mr Chamberlain announces that in case of an European war Great Britain will turn loose her savages from Africa on the enemy After all this is only what she has always done when she was pushed Read the History of this Revolution and see what horrors she worked by aid of the Indians You will remember that Napoleon the Great declared that history was only a series of lies agreed upon Wonder what Admiral Schley thinks of it If Congress could break up hazing at West Point is it not capable of brealc ing up the fir worFe system of official favoritism and spite work in the Navy Department The BulletOf the iisasMa may be more sudden bat it is not more sure than the disc punish ment meted out to the man who abuses his stomach No man is stronger than his stomach When the stomach is dis eased the whole body is weakened- Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery ewes diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestioaand nutrition It cures of ether organs when it cure the diseases of the stomach on which the several organs depend for natritioa aad vitality medicinesthat eolaa I thought Minuet at or iwi oliaed to my hose aDd put of the time to ntybedl had gallons of med fttlUaeMedIcal todayrheft Me4 fOr twenty lotlythree twntyutneIwtw 011tdcWoeat ItakeDr Pieices ls jMat PelJets U4OsL J j tatlFeiiiE A WORTHY SUCCESSOR SwBftMilns New Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TARRH the USA of powdern acid gases inhalers and drugs in paslefonn Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes 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disease It cures all inflamma thin quickly and permanently and is ais wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLt in the HEAtf CATARRH when nesrlected often leads to CONSUMPTION SNUF FLES will save you if you use it at once It is no ordinary icmedy but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage t fused according to the directions which accompany each pack age Inns but send for it at once nn l write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive ppccial advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you Iwynnd the rwnlar price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept C 959 ED WIN B GlEES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street PhiladelphiaImaylyr Cincinnati Fall Festival An ideal outing is promised our citi zens and those who have been busy during the summer season In the announcements ot the Cii cinnati Fall Festival which opens September lOtli Near homeonly a few hours riile with a low railroad rate and a two weeks programme of pomp and pageantry un excelled one should surely find enough to grittily the most fastidious taste The railroads have treated Cincinnati handsomely this year and the special rate announced will enable everybody to take in the Festival visit friends and acquaintances in the Queen Citv and havo a most enjoyable outing at a very small cost P T Thomas Sumterville AlahIwas suffering from dyspepsia when I sJepsiaCureDyapep8iaCureall the natural digestive fluids It giveff restoringtheirPerry tc Thomas Mr Havemeyer of the Sugar Trust says that Congress will give the sugar men what they want No doubt The Republicans in that body follow scripture and refuses to muzzle the ox that treads out the campaign contributions If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result DeWitta Lit tie Early Risers will remove this dan ger Safe pleasant and effective Perry Thomas Chicago dudes have sent to Paris for a Frenchman who will teach them how to dress They have done well to send but why did they go so far as Paris A Squedunk or Kalamazoo man could give them plentyof points Eruptions cuts burns scalds and byIeWittscure for piles Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you get the originalDeWitts Perry k Thomas One more the deadly gasoline can has gotten in its work How much longer will it be before people learn the rules of common sense with this dangerous explosive In cases of couch or croup give the little otto One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and havo no fear The child will be all right in a little while it never fails Pleasant to take always smile sure and almost instantaneous in effect Perry Thomas Secretary Gage line been pointing out to wouldbe Porto Rican bankers how they can get around the provisions of the law requiring bank directors to live In the districts where their banks are located Absentee directors soon er or later mean wrecked banks and it would certainly eeem that Secretary Gage might find something do better than passed showing how this can be corn When Senator Tillinaa brought home the lynching question to the people of Wisconsin for probably the first time in their lives he was greatly applauded It had never occurred to the good peo pIe up there that a trial in ourt meant almost as great a mortification to be the woman In the case as did the ori ginal assault Its a pity that the country must suffer because of a labor quarrel that could easily be settled by fair conces sions on both sides The failure to settle peaceably hurries on time day of compulsory arbitration which Las been such a success elsewhere Wino in France is now sellicg ata quarter of a cent a gallon and grapes are rottening on the vines because it doesnt pay to gather thorn Thus enormous crops seem just as great calamities as no crops at all Of course Senator Manna sent the the uDjder8tal11tany on country has nO electoral votes MrUoosevelt is said to bo hunting coyotes in Colorado lie has gone long way to shoot vermin that lie might easily havo bond at home There are plenty of political wolves in New York What we cannot understand Is why tIme British should object to our loco motives mid vet should accept Willie Aster arid J J Van Allen without a- aismgie wurmji- Accordhngto Representatives of the Venezulan Government here there hellion there has been put down it never WAS begun atoll it doesnt amount to iMiythinj anyway IKowtk Ml o tofH8 has getteR after kp Let them figbt ft set If th y can ineto HJuliwdljjAe tre e1lefa otker nobody will be sorry s1 i Reef 01 tb91ti P eed itIMt rt d 1 II j tr TiuMaiinI Begins between and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffeesI Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations ofArbuckles In each pound package of Arbaekles Routed CofTse there la a ltd of articles With each packag In which the 11st is found the purchaser bu bought a definite part or some article to be selected by him or from the List subject only tcthe condition that the dig nature on the pnekao is to b uS out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NWYORK CITY NY Before he Maryland Republicans get too interested in national politics it would be just as well for thorn to catch hold and pull themselves out of the LIudd Isnt it tlm for Nicola Tesla to take some world startler out of his sleeve to match the motor battery of Edison He cant be going to give up so easily If Lord Roberts got half a million for not whipping the Doers how much would he have gotten liud he been successful The Census discovered only one donkey in AVashSunton Evidently Congress could not have been in session at the time Double Icily train service to Buffalo and Niagra Falls Queen Crescent flouts FOR Rubber Stamps HCaIlatthisOfflDESIGNS l- t TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED j ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice in Inventive Age Book How to obtain Patents FREEl Charges moderate No fee tin patent5i secured r strictly cE SICGERS Patent Lawyer Washington O 1jtj= Lo RilroQ Schedule in effect May 1901 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For ambyvilleand Clnclnnati For Irvine ll56ajn For Millers Creek 330 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and ll5Sam Cincinnati i 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That for every Cash Purchase of ONE DOLLAR from ar Merchant whose name appears below entitIes you to a 5 Per Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Five Cents on every CASH PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR And take Special Notice that the Merchants who belong to this Assuriatr are time most wide awake and keep the best selected Stock of Goods and tor prices are the LOWEST The Printing 4PerryCovin Arnold Bro 4 4IUobson 8may2m j and well d gets D H Myers Lumber 1 R CM Owen McKee Dry SOldham Furiinm Covington Banks i iothieti John Allman Melu Richmond Carriage Works I rr IlIlIJ1flJtlONE DOLLAR A YEAR V THE CHATTANOOGA HANCOCK fJf DISC PLOW 1901 rightem4 4 For two or three horses tJ C Draft lighter than any other Disc Plow y4 Turns corners either right or left p 4 Low Steel Frame S Weight 600 pounds 4 + 1 1 4 Does i 44 tl the material lilanton It handie more cubic inches of soil with less draft than any plow on earth It turns under stalks trash and tj weeds completely It 5verizesIt leaves the ground 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