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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f dIru1 p l fe 4 I EjICHMOND CLIMAXf ii14L IIHtf IfH n U ri wrUlIE 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1901 IPrtNUMBER 14 PROFESSIONAL CARD- SAvro11z3 RW MILLER ATTORH TLiW RIt1ne01fil KBHTOCKY omce n the tluroara BulldinKnext door to arraeri National Dank feb3ly JA SULLrV ATTORNKYATLAW i RICHMOND KENTUCKY OfB e over State Bank Trust CoW op posite Court House on Main Street 3To D M OHENADLT ATTORNEySATLAW n RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatZaWi RICHMOND KEVTCCK- YeSTOflico over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY zomce over Thnrman Oocery Companyg PSTSICIAKS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS PICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in th oe tifliiu building ced sa Sec end Street Oye whIte eld drugstore CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY saRCIEOIf Graduate Onlario VeterinaryCollegc Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty iOtflce at stable on corner Pint and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly IL C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce rrather Buildinc Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway KICIIMOND KENTUCKY GW EVANS W Dt PHYSICIAN AND SUBQKON fr RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY DircoDsoIt- tENT8T OP LOUISVILLE Er aOfflce next door to Government Building RichraSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to fnorlTly Dr Louis H Landraan formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No Itll Madison Avenue Covlngton Ky will be at HotefQlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY SEPT 111 1901 turning every eecond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician ol HIchj BondKy Practice limited to the diseases of the eye T Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us y when you give us a trial 1r 1B- JB ffill m1 Wlm ID ID mDmD IDwn lUn ct The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know youhave- the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteANDGi son I am agent for the Page Wire Fence ffol And will sell any amount wanted loadsKeercaron hand Also pare bred Darock Jerzey iloga for gale TCOYJKlrknltte VILEY ittiI t Ir VTHE U TAILOR Makes Lexirietons f SWELL CLOTHES In rhaterfafBhap and finish Bis Karmehts are nntnrpased He ItM Just received an elegant lot of ee 1MOB r IIIAtt from Nw York and pfiires to wake you an UI1tO lsla SPRING SUIT Air Viley cuts pprsqnally alt tw clothes Ids house turns out He if easily the equal of Vateh Wli4eror- ally tailor west of New York fofo TRY VLiM+ d if YILYj1At fti 1V ro caqo ++ JEWELRY ++ e eJC Ca42 The largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTORloGAERTS Store Ix jcington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and + t4 Swiss Watches also st Diamond Setting and fine + Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also make aspecialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Design ing done by a flue Engraver Have you Seen o The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times Mr Motto ii RELIABLE GOODS AND PAIn UEALINQS VictorSBogaert 57 E MAIN STh LEXINGTON KY 13fcbly JAPANESE PIeEJ CURBit NoW and Jrto tmintiniiiijo1UPIOSITORlEs Jaiwalcs end two tcrP1laofYhichareendurethlaGuarantee In each 9 Box Ton onlr pay In SenIbmaUJAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Box saet1dieptcaaanttorttxJDflCbOFor sale by Stccklon Dacan Druggists m IWIDm Successor to J Vf AibiHO tay Feei ani Sals Stable IRVINE ST KHAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mcbWjy KENTUCKY We are nomready show yon our Immense stock of latest designs in Wcil1 i lllfllycBIf for Summer and Fall trade Comprising many d pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices are Just Right 4 i A We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your WallPa- per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER CO W L LEEDS Painter And 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KaniwlUe 1 IIpB1 IJ Asbe9 tlOat2 11OpfJI fi 5J5a- IaAhTUIe LrAr Aa1IA-r tt1iIIUB tooe Ar JaeIIrln IIL 8 M lriI gMltI1LamA- r Sr ArNew OflNi I Lili4 to 4r Ne J LeDQ aBIII f1 S 1eeirai jflh- so IxlBtIoOL ffO obcYaksi srexIuIS Ii JeeIivIIIfth eC4U1 t1LeX AtritM gweaLYqIs LxltIea aM- Rdt3s 4C117vtII3c Hi oorceMnXM H 4aU 310t at4aLl1szUePl SeH- a1wV setacvUs I- Iio4 aM k IIiaI1 rt Y The Last Shall be First JIiitStPeterWith a solemn mien and an air sc hle When up to the top of the golden stair A man and woman ascending ther Applied for admission jcaine IIBeforcWith n scraggy beardIetnpon her 1nj The man was shortand thick and stout His stomach was built so it rounded out His taco Was and all the while gllIlalswilajThe 5Andan spoke JE 0 thoul AVho guanlest the gate IVotwoTo our Of bandIIve to a And almost always Id rise to speakR Ive told the sinners about the day j When theyd repent of their evil way Ive told my neighborsIve ld them all Bout Adam and Eve and the prelmal- fall Ive shown tlietnwhat theyd have to do i If theyd pass in with the chosen few Ive marked their path of duty cpar wLaid out the plan fur the whole career Ive talked and talked to em Jloud Tiaudjong iISstrong So good St Peter you will clearly see- The gate of Heaven is open for me But my old man I regret to say Hasnt walked in exactly the narrow way lie smokes and ho swears and grave faults hes got And t dont know whether hell pass or not Ho never would pray with an earnest vim Or go to revivals or join in a hymn So I had to leave him in sorrow there While I with the chosen united in prayer lIe ate what the pantry chanced to af lord While Iin my purity sang to the Lord And il cucumbers were all he got ILs chance if he merited them or not But OSt Peter I love him so To the pleasures of Heaven please let him go- Ive done enough a saint Ive been Wj tthntatone Cant yotilet him in By my grim Gospel 1 know tis so Thit the uurepented must fry below But isnt there some way you can see That he may enter whos dear to me its a narrow Gospelby which Ipray But the chosen expect to nllsome way W coaxing or fooling or bribing you So that their relations can amble through And say St Peter it seems to me This gate isnt kept as it ought to be You ought to stand right by the open there And never sit down in that easy chair And sayStPeter my sight is dimmed But I dOntlike the way your whiskers aretrimed Theyre cut to wide and outward toss Theyd look better narrow cut siraiirH across Well we must bo going our crown to win So open St Peter and well pass In St Peter sat quiet and stroked lila staff But spite of his office he had to laugh Then saidwith a fiery gleam his eye Whos tending this gateway you are And then he rose in lila stature tall And pressed a button upon the wall And said to the imp who answered this bell Escort this lady around toheUr The man stood still as a piece of stone Stood sadly gloomily ther tone A life long settled ideahe had That his wife was gbodand he was bad HO thought if the woman went down below That ho certainly would baye to co That if slie went to the1 regions din There wasnt a chost of a show for him Slowly heturnertJby hafiitbent To follow wherever the romanwcnt St PetcrtStaiidfnfi on dVty there V Observed that the top of his headwhs Bare V i He called the gentleman back and said Friend how long have you been wed ii Thirty years with a weary sigh TRY ITWomen suffering frornfetnale troubles and weakness and or painful men inotIto aicians are so busy with other diseases that they dp not un- d rstand fully the peculiar ail ments and the delicate organism of woman what the sufferer ought to do is to give a fair trial t- oBRADFIELDS Femmfjt satsifhicTt is ilje rue CiKtt provided by Nature for all feiaie troubles It 1s the formulaS ofa physician of the highest sanding Wbte his whole life otbeatdr of Jhe distinct ailm n culi t fo our moth jers wivesandaug4ter ftis made- of soothing healing strengthening herbs and vegetables which have been provided by a kmdly Nature to cure irregularity in the menses Len eorrfcosa Falling of tKe WombT ervr oosness Headache aDd Backache In fairness to herself and to BraI Ms PMMte RagaUt r ever- y1DdtIgweman ou fct l4a 4 e fl f1qqIt ftznfli9o14 v t t Ii iii- 1r4 And then he thoughtfully added why St Peter was silent with head bent down He raised his hand and scratched lilt crown Then seeming n different thought to take Slowly half to himself he spake Thirty years with that woman there No wonder the man hasnt any hair I Swearing is wicked Btnokeajiot Rood He smoked and swore I should think he wonldrThirty years with that tongue so sharp Ho I Angel Gabriel Give him a harp A jeweled harp with a golden string Good sir pass inwhere the angels slnj Gabriel give him a seat alone One with a cushionup near the thront Call up some angels to play their best Lethim enjoy the music and rest See that on finest ambrossia he feeds lies had about all the hell he needs It Isnt just hardly the thing to do To roast him on earh andthe future too They gave him a harp with golden strings A glittering robe and a pair of wings And he said as he entered tile Realm of Day Well this beats cucumbers anyway passiilBt7 fit sbajl be last Selected ANTITOXIN lull SWINE DISEASES Retoma from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses In 1889 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II De Vuux after several years of scientific expert monte and study succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases nil preparrd a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVanx Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved this remedy Hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin In well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and In sick swine will sjveatleastf percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer an easily edtulahterthe- AssIIoxIn Orderaccordlngto the number of hOlt to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hon 100 AntitOxin Syringe 350 OeVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprly We hope that Sampson didnt FO ex haust himself in preparing his recent carefully elaborated attack through the papers on Schley that he will be unable to appear and justify the charges thalfethenmadeIoist with temporary relief from indigestion Kodol Uvcpepsia Cure permanently and completely removes this complaint It relieves per snanently because it allows use tired stomach perfect rest Dieting wont rest the stomach Nature receives supplies from the food we eat The sensibleway help the stomach is to uso Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which di gests what you eat and cant help but do you goodPerry Thomas Chaucey Depew has gotten off an other joke He talked for halt an hour expressing his determination to retire permanently from the interviewing business Mrs S H Allport Johnstown Pa says Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup The doctors said she couldnt live but she was instantly relieved by One Minute Congh Cure Perry Thomas A Texas desperado who had killed twelve men was shot and killed himself in trying it on the thirteenth Who say thirteen isnt lucky James White Bryantsvllle Ind says DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve healed running sores on both legs He had suffered 6 years Doctors failed to help him Get DeWitts Accept no imitations Perry Thomas A St Louis man has died from play lug golf No wonder Golf isnt a summer game in the vicinity of St Louis O 0 Buck Beirne Ark says I was troubled with constipaiion until I bought DeWitts Little Early Risers Since then have been entirely cured of my old complaint I rcrommmid them Perry Thomas A Great Revival A hnndied years ago this week one of the most remarkable meetings that ever pec tired in the United States took plate at Cane Ridge this county It waS conducted by Rev Uarton W Stone tlien a Presbyterian preacher and others At this meeting many hind what was then known as the Jerks They wcitild be seized with violent convul slmis jerk backward and forward asl though they would dislocate their necks the womens hair would crack tike a whip lash men would fall in a cataleptic trance that would last for cays abd their bodies would become rigm like modern hypnotist subjects Others would be seized with the barks They would grasp a tree or sapling and stand for hours barking up the tree likea dog after a squirrel Many other strange manifestations were lecorded Scientific men from abroad visited the meeting to try and account for tie won derful phenomena The meeting house where it originat ed le stlll standing but soon became too small for the crowds which came even from adjoining stoics It was estimated that as high as 20000 people were On the ground at one time The meeting lasted one week the people in attendance camping in the woods nearby Sometimes there would be five or six preachers preaching1 at the OWl time in different parts of the ground The members at Cane Ridge are ar ranging to celebrate the event nex- iweeklaris ICentuckian Citizen Mr Rockefellers Great Wealth The statement Is pnbliehed upon the authority ol a Wail street banker who has close business relationship with the Standard Oil Company that John D Rockefellers wealth is now nearly 000000090 The following table of the oil kings hohlinjK is given Standard Oil fttock 900 000 000 Unit ed States SieeJ stock 7o OiOOAtM ated Copper fftOOOOOOO American Sugar 130000000 JIfIfICOIfl panf 8 In Greater New York JSffOOQOOQ kU eoinpiinhu oU rcitl8tl JuO 000000 r il way wewltiw 9900009000 indu trial sadniiehleneoss IOOGOfXX rtr lomol Total I dot tI1JPkAn nwiJl deiL- liit r IakMtr im U1 Ifbt IiS DONT WAIT If you knew how SCOTTS EMULSION would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat and lungs and putyou in con dition for next winter you would begin to take it now ItSCOTTBOWNRxojms rear Street New York soc and Jroo all druggists = TL LATE STATE NEWS Culled from our Exchanges The Capital Hotel at Finnkfort will begin next week putting in a new steam heating plait- Representative Boreing hesitated long time abont turning out a widow Mrs Mary Tuggle as postmaster at Monticello in favor of J JI Kennedy But when shefinally married KEnnedy- it was an eaty question to settle Prof J W Wilkinson of the Kentucky Vosleyan College faculty of Winchester has reMgued to become principal of the public schools in Globe Ariz and Prof Kennmore of Millpas College Jackson Miss will succeed hiiuProf Z F Smith of Louisville the Kentucky liistorian is looking for some data fur a new edition of Smiths Hit tory of Kentucky which will be Issued within a short time The last edition was published at the clote of the Con stitutional Convention ill 1890 Todd Scott of Lancaster has pur chased Gieenbriar Springs a famous watering resort In Lincoln county near the Garrard county lino The springs were formerly run by the lale Col G Slaughter who was killed at Dripping Springs six years ago At Carlisle Time H Pickett sold IIIP ninetyone shares of the Farmers Bank stock for 25000 and retired from the casliiership u position he has filled dincc 1882 He is succeeded by his nephew Frank Kennedy who with Perry Jefferson was elected Director Twenty and onehalf shares of Boyle National Bank Stock belonging to the Lee Irvine estate were offered at auc tion in Danville in lots of live shores each The first lot brought 15850 per sham and the second lot 150 75 The other shares were withdrawn from the market Danville Advocate Secretary of State C B Hill has is sued a reply to criticisms of ruling requiring banks to have printed their repoits in full instpad of a condensed form Mr Hill contends that his action is in accord with the law for the protection of depositors 1 and explains his course in matter Wars Blight in the Philip- pi es The Chicago RecordHerald prints the following statement obtained from Gen MacArthur by and interviewer in San Francisco War has wrecked the Philippines and laid waste whole districts The peope in many districts have relapsed into barbarism The best conditions prevail in Northern Luz n Yon may say that the wholo territory ia pacified but not tranquilized but it will not be many mouths before low and order are observed everywhere While the conditions are not perfect they are gratifying A few groups of armed insurgents are still at large but they will soon surrender as thtir power is broken and they are not being aided by the natives These na tives have come to see that surrender does not mean death and they are coming in every weekjvith their rifles Throughout Northern Luzon the in surrcction has been lead for some tithe nnd their is freedom of movement Still a large criminal class there com bits depredations on Americans and natives though the latter suffer the most severely The natives art eagerly seeking the establishment of civil gov ernment that they way root out these bands of criminals There is every reason to believe that the whole coon try will soon be perfectly safe for travelers THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INGENIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH UUUNKAUUS AUK BE1NQ CURED DAILY IN SIITK 01 THEM SELVES No Noxious Votes No Weakening of tile Nerves A Pleasant suit Positive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periodiral or constant use of intoxicat lug liquorsrequires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison mill destroying the craving for intoxicants SulTcnors may now cure lliemsolves at home without publicity or loss of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which lids been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of tis wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to euro the must obstinate ease no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVE CURE YOUR BUS RAN us HILDUKN UKE YOUR FATHERS This remedy i 111cltlefordevised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so it can be a cupof tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkard have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made huh perute men by having the CURE ad ministered by loving friends and rela tives without their knowledge in coHt e locIRythattheydiscontuuKt1 will 1JO NOT WAIT lo not be deluded by anparent And misleading un- provetneut Drive out the disease at once tor all time The HOME extremelyhowwithin reach of everybody a treatment more eflfetttttal others costing fBS lo 50 Full directions accompany ch- piiekee SweJal advice byekilkd pbHciaoB requested ex Ira charge SJBt prepaid io nv part W the wo4onrspt qf On DqIp Add I i51JftllItlpo 1 New York Fashions A wellfitted silk petticoat is consid ered an essential adjunct to a smart gown mack velvet will be in gre it evidence this coming fall and winter Some new autumn coats show large deep hoods wide capolike pieces of laco on the shoulders tall flnritm collars and broad cavalier turn hack cults Linen frocks will be worn as limit the season permits The prettiest ones show much herring bone or feather stitching Ladies are to wear Norfolk jacket suita for general service They are trim and sensible and commend them selves to neat and economic dressers The new serpentine skirt is quite graceful and pretty accentuating the dainty shape of the naturally willowy woman It resembles the bell skirt tapering from the hips outward to the knees goes in n little below the knees and then flares footward in a mass of billowy mIles Jeweled lace is a new and expensive fall which will be taken up by fashions extremists with money to hunt An elegant gown shown by Lord Taylor is of black velvet with skirt panelled in front and Louis XV coat Pipings outline the edges of the coat and skirt panel The vest Is of white velvet ornamented with jet embroid ery Inside the pipings on the side breadths of the skirt knots of satin are set on at Intervals to simulate froga Coarse braid both wide and narrow trim some new coals 11 is put on in latticework effect sometimes and made to appear very exclusive and elaborate Buttons are frequently put on gar men Is In clusters interspersed with knots of ribbon to represent bunches of grapes Rather wide folds sometimes trim sleeves skirt and collar The neat natty jacket suits of present style require that the corset interests of the wearer be strictly attended to With the woman accustomed to unim peachable gowning there is but one choicethe perfect 1J G whose praises cannot well be too often or too- emphnhlaIlJsourdel A stylish halflength jacket is of black velvet buttoning close to the backand showing a ruffle of black silk set it at the side It is very catchy indeed in effect Severe neckwear is out of unto Soft effects are stylish and more infinitely becoming than rigid colars Doublebreasted jackets are In evi denceThe Panama hat was never in such close demand Every woman aspiring to be well dressed has either a gown or a waist or jacket with some form of diagonal trimmings EVELYN CABIK Excursion to Old Point Comfort And Ocean View Va On Tuesday August 30 the Chesapeake and Ohio Ky will sell round- trip tickets to Old Point Comfort and Ocean View Va at 13 and good fifteen days from date of sale Special Hotel rates of f3 per day at Ilygeia Hotel and 2 50 per lay or 14 per week at Ocean View Hotel Tickets will be good going on trains leaving Lexington at II 20 a m and 845 p m Through sleepers will be run on 845 p m train Berth rates S2 for night or 350 through Dont miss the lust opportunity to get to the seashore this summer Write for full information or sleeper reservations to GEO W BARNEY D P A C 0 Uy- lexiugton Ky Colored Fair Lexington Onofnro round trip to Lexington daily September 10th to 14th Queen Crescent Route Irora all points In Kentucky See small bills fur list of finest attractions ever offered In Lexington W C RINEAUSOM G P A- Cincinnati 0 A Tammany Menu Here is the menu ol a recent Tam many picnic 400 kegs of beer 510 quarts of champagne 20 bottles of whisky 10 000 cigars 24000 clams 6000 eggs 8000 ears of corn 4000 eels 10 barrels of potatoes 100 heads of cabbage 90 gallons of coffee 2500 pounds of roast beef 750 loaves of bread 6000 tomatoes 100 smokedfiams 70 quarts of milk 520 gallons of ice cream 2 300 pickles 300 pounds of sugar 105 tubs of butter 850 chickens 2000 pounds of stenk 800 bottles of Rhine wine 250 bottles of gin 49 1 gallon of water bottles of brandy 1170 of Fareapafllla They Dont Want It A great many good people lament what they call the Immorality of the modern Fair sail long frr the oldfafh ioned pumpkin show of the past Wherever it has been tried it luau been A failure except in a few remote rural districts A writer in She Jeewmlne Journal S8hA small crowd was in attendance at the Danville FHJr last week although the show of stock and other exhibits was flue The day of j the old limo country Fair Is almost a thing of Ihe past This is a greet age of pn greMivenff8 and as long as auuuuce ments of all charactern can bo lirouglit lotoWHS from cities the people want to see thcKi ltt Bmkes no dlfferenee whether It is H fckiit tJ lroer the hookwkutches thus demand is grow ing If private war betwee l tutUvidMis liaslwen prohibiief why ahuitdot private wart b tw en sasoclattews aIioI bel WWen the Stf4 Trust eAR na city Vy mar the mill which foretell a larfta pjrt s1 that eltyg raawn for exattinf j MM l bor mariarioH win rts4p the ftait fl yrovfr als muttr ftoU bYrea fiUheirtrllitftn fitpi u AUI Jh =ift1ttl tqit t MDt fth r t i k I711 71 80th SemiAnnual 4 7I7FF7F7I C 8 Of the Reliable Clothing House of Louis Gus Straus Ff Leading Clothing louse of Kentucky I4O Years of Honorable Dealings I Prices into Smithereens tf Cost not Considered Alfred Benjamin Clothing Included in this Sale IE Our 1200 1000 and 800 Suits at 75 All 1500 Suits now 999 fo 500 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 350 now 124 Ji 71 1000 Pair of Boys Wash Pants 10 cents 75 fi Flannelette Coat and Pants 199 j S Our 35c Undershirts and Drawers at 19 cents Fi 5 Largest stock of Negligee Shirts in Kentucky We can fit any man living in LitGus7 FLEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS ii LEXINGTON KENTUCKY tZ Y a = 71 ij 7F Th 7I 7rI 71 I 71 7 The Oldest of the Confederates Among the eldest of the Confederates assembled lat week at Lexington Confederate lay were Dr A H Wall of Mnysville in isis 921 jear and Col Thos Johnson of bit Sterling in Isis JOtli year both of Gen Humphrey Marshalls command Dr Wall greeted Lafayette III 1825 as he passed through Scott county Col Johnson has been State Senator and widely known in the South trader in mules anti horses Both of these soldiers lived long as bachelors but have now charming families POLITICS Charles C VoRt a leading Louisville Republican not only declined the nomination for Mayor which was of fered him but lies announced his inten tion to vote for Charles K Orainper the Democratic nominee The Virginia Democratic State Convention in session at Norfolk nominated by acclamation lion A J Montague for Governor The platform no mention of the money questionThe Century Club cum posod of CoviiiRton women has sent a communication to the chairman of the Kenton Republican Executive Committee asking that women be given rep resentation among the candidates for School Trustees Gov Beckham huts appointed S H Crowdson of Russell ville to succeed the late Judge I 11 Goodnight as Circuit Judge in the LoganToddSimpson Mnhlenberg district The Governor huts also appointed NiL Uri of Louisville as oneof the Commissioners of the Lakeland Asylum Donhe daily train service to Buffalo and Kiagra Falls Queen Crescent Routo CRAY T4T4V t= I3 Why let all your hors and friendsthink must be tyRLftIJolder than you are Yet its impossible to look young with the color of 70 years in the hair Its sad to see young persons look prematurely old in this way Sad be cause its all unneces sary for gray hair may always be re 1 storedto natU 1 colorby ing neigh AWfHMPI rvIQor For over half a cen this has been the standard hair prepara elegantdressing ing of the hair makes the hair grow and cleanses the scalp from dandruff iM a bottle AH 4fvItS- i tore bea teK ABakV- 1tw tot oor ysrc Mol I fMO ptilUttir1M MM ha Mrs O L uaoJp- rIIM JIA jeW J 1f 9fIi J r I vt1 lli7F7F7I 7I G1ecrcln Sikf 71 75 99I99Fnow DepartmentRichard LOUTS STRAUS m as contained TUS ++ Peoples Friend Is he wbo sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron Beds Folding Beds Rockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs Everything Thfliet Our Undertaking rtment in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Stsf RICHMOND july3tlyKENTUCKY WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY 0UR MidSummer CUT PRICES are now in full force Onefourth to onehalf off The finer the goods the bigger the discounts Good papers from 3c on up in price Window Shades 10 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade andwe make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for IJO pure Linseed Oil and j White Lead at factory prices freight added f Largest stock of Picture Framing materials in the State We will frame your pictures in uptodate styles for little money Dont forget that you will byhaving++ ++ GEO M WILLGING Manufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints for alt kinds of purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND TY 6vrr t MADISON INSTITUTE pg 0 RICHMOND KENTUCKY tA High Class Boarding School for Girls o J W MCGARVEY JR PRINCIPAL buildingtutions tli the Hart Music department especially strong Frequent illustrated lectures free bv the principal on his recent travels in Egypt Palestine and Europe Terms no hither than those of any other firstclass school nor of many inferior OHM tend for Orftalnzne jnI108 VIGORnFMENMAGNETIC WnttanI1114 VHalltr Korroni Debility latomnlk rlln Memoir gd ill e10IIf 1 laterecreaTMnlMlIalauItotS1a1iJKWt oaaIt bjr Stockton Hsg n DruggWi decltiy FOR STAMPS if 7 t 0 1 jll n e I ntSwsthh7- f rThe Richmond Climax O C ENAULTProprlewrD MILLER Manager LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1901 jJ rURLIOIIEUBVKKY WKONIUIIAT BY Iho Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET wwwww fORconsrrr JUDGE 11IN B TURPlNl FOB COUNTY ATTORNEY J TEVIS5BB POll BUBBIFF JOUN P WADERS FOR JAIUAL JAMES C LACKBY FOR CIBBK JEHI VUBII FOB BBPOkJIBSrATIVB AS L SCAROY ror IIUPERIrIlmLfT sciloorJ WAOHRS FOB AS3B8SO- RQEOROK NOLAND FOB SURVEYOR S L ROCK FOB COBOXEB CLIFF SAMUELS TOE DAVID n TEVIS FOR POLICR IUIIOB U RICE FOB CITY ATTORSRT J TALBOT JACKSON FOR CaiBF PF POLICE 6p JHALLIAN FOB MAGISTRATE DPARMER iI POE CONSTABLE H F KENNED FOR COUNCILMAN COURT hOUSE J W Bales W L Leeds CITY HALL O T Well E II Bjbee UNIVERSITY O Q Douglas W L Arnold IN a recent issue of the Commoner Mr Bryan has this to say about reor ganizing the Democratic party The loyal Democrats who havo borne the burdens of recent campaigns and who have made pecuniary sacrifice to support Democratic principles ought to learn something ot the meaniMg of reorganization by running over the list of suggested presidential candidates Among the men who supported the Democratic ticket iu 1890 and 1900 not because of purty regularity but because of conviction were some of the best bravest and truest Democrats ever menjtlone1dcenv The reorganize want harI mony and their method of securing it is to place under the ban all who believe in the creed of the party as pro mulgated by recent national conven tions The reorganizers consider three things essential to success viz first tho abandonment of the Kansas City platform second the nomination of candidates who do not believe in that platform and third the selection Vif a national committee composed of men who cither opposed the ticket in ISOflorgavo it passive support Wily ostracise the best men in the party Why place a premium on disloyalty TJIK Attorney General of Indiana has been investigating the laws concerning marriages in that State and the startling statement is made that thousands of marriages that have taken place are entirely illegal The law requires that the bride must be a resident of the county wherein the ceremony is performed and must swear to that fact ThA Attorney General says that every license issued to non residents is illegal and the clerk jus- tin or minister issuing a license to such persons or performing the marriaga ceremony tor suclj persons can be prosecuted The license mnst be is sued in the county where the female resides to make it legal Accoiding to this construction there are thousands of Kentucky couples that sought the hoosier Gretna Green who dont know whether they are married or not but wull venture the assertion that very few of them will go to the trouble of having the knot tied over CfBioMCo LEXINGTON KY c A For r 350 You can buy a full V sizetReeds Rocket It is a large and com fortable chair Strong and weM made and is splendid value at this price Only 24 of them in stockso pleasedont tput it off TOO LONG C1F ro erCD NADC jDfI 1IW1DWJLT Lzv rqox1if k m ITIlE name of State Senator J M Thomas of Bourbon is being favorably mentionedihcOllnecil n with the Democratic nomination for Governor four years licnce Senator Thomas Is Hot only one of the brainiest men In the State but a shrewd finan cier a safe lender and a statesman whose views on all public questions are sound and conservative snd worthy of public consideration Should be decide to enter the race he would prove a tower of strength to the party and if jBlected which he would certainly be if nominated would make a model Goernor A Mon which tried to take a convicted negro from an Alabama BiietSff meta shower of bullets One men was killed another was perhaps fatally wound ed and a boy was slightly wounded The negro had been quickly tried and convicted of a heinous crime and sen tenced to be hanged next month Sen tence had just been pronounced The father of the outraged girl pleaded that justice take its course When the mob started to enter the court room the sheriffs posse opened fire A suspected person was shot to death by the mob shortly after the crime TilE Danville Courier edited and published by that veteran allround newspaper man Mr IL O Cunning ham is the latest clalmanf for journal istic favor The paper is neatly printed brimful of breezy locals and with a splendid advertising patronage presents a most prospqrous appearance If the succeeding issues are as good as those that have reached our exchange table and most papers like old wine Improve with age Brer Cunningham need have no fears for the snccesrfof his venture THOSE Republicans who wereyawp leg so vociferously some time ago to set a peep at the books at Frankfort are welcome to examine them and they will please note that for the first time in twenty years there is not a single unpaid individual claim on file in the claim department and that the finances of the State were never in better con dition all of which is due to the splen did roanngemont of the present Democratic administration TIlE horror of the City of Golconda disaster at Cottonwood Bar four miles above Paducah is beginning to be fully comprehended by the people of Piuln rah as body after body is brought into the city and taken to the undertaken The boats register has not yet been recovered but it is certain the death list will number seventeen and possibly twentytwo EDITOK E W LILL RD of the Dan ville News has the sympathy of the press fraternity in the loss be sustain ed last week by the death of his vener able father Col Epltriam Lilian who died near Lawrenceburg at the ripe age of four score and two TirE Franklin county grand jury will take up the murder of Governor Goebel again next month Subpeonas for a number of prominent men have been leaned among them is the name of Rev Ji S Sweeney of Paris Ix his biennial message to the Leg islature Governor Beckham will be asked to recommend that an additional appropriation be make to complete the Girls Dormitory at the State College Lexington WOULD it be Inappropriate to call that Shovel Trust organized at SU Louis last week a scoop TIlE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION After a rousing ripsnorting rambunctious Session lasting four hours the Republicans of Madison county which met in convention here Satur day afternoon succeeded in spite of the remonstrances of the party leaders in nominating a full county ticket Time liuge chunks of harmony which heretofore have characterized the gatherings of the Republican clans were wanting and instead there was a well defined opposition on the part of the country delegates against the machine which culminated in an interesting fight The machine represented by Chair man John T McCltatock Postmaster C C Wallace and T S Barnaul all of whom were placed on the Committee on Resolutions made a hard fight in support of the resolution recom mending that nominations for Sheriff and Jailer only be made and that the others be postponed until sometime in October Thlsscerningly evasive move did not please the country delegates a little bit who tired of boss rule any way sat down on the proposition like a thousand of brick Time convention was called to order by Chairman John T McClintock Hon B J Clay was elected Chairman and Emmett Embry Jim White and Tom Adams were chosen Secretaries On motion of C C Wallace the follow ing were appointed a Committee on Resolutions 0 0 Wallace Newland Jones William Risk T P Dudley A W Titus Luther Todd T S Burnam J S Stapp John T McClintock 0 F Hurnnm While this Committee was out in response to calls speeches were made by State Senator Wm Clark and Judge T T Coyle both of Jackson county Hon W T Harris and EmraettEmbry the negro lawyer all of whom indulged in the usual platitudes about this grand country and the grandeur of the Re publican party Emmett Embry was followed byUuclo Tiff Chenault a former Democratic Representative who looked strangely out of placo in a Republican meeting but who forgetful of the trne faith indicated his willing nessto fall down and worship the gold i calf set up by McKinley Hanna Co He wen even further and signi tied his intention to take the stump for the Republican ticket this fall His speech was Interpreted by many to be a bid for the nomination for Representative but the action of the dele gates fater in nominating T S Burnam over his protest Indicated clearly that even Republicans have no use for a renegadeThe prepared and reported by State Senator Curtis F Buraam in dorsed the national Republican admin istration i commended President Me Kinleys Icftular policy attributed our cosHiiercla prosperiVy to Republican protection expressed e hope that the t steel strike weald IHJ amicably settled demanded the repeat of the lioebel reward fiind and the npproprl ation for reQrgaaizin maintaining the State G nard denounced the alleged theft by UieDeraocrate of tbe Stata offices and invoked the aid of the voter- aorgeueraIrbrm la tfc adwuBfetra lion of the State ROveriiKtMt The ioIogtiekt IW1MeI Representative T S JhH aa CoBBty Jte E 0 MilHe CliltlyAt f 1 Tqtt rtut- iIIiw WQ Wei- iG4fJilJir tot- leotrQltrkJGlil O1d Assessor John W Moore Surveyor Jaiies TiBoggs Coroner Fred Walker We regret the defeat of our good friend Hon W T Harris for the nom ination for Jailer His faithful services to the party deserved the small recog nition be asked for but with that in gratitude characteristic of the Repub lican party he was ruthlessly sacrificed by the machine lIon T C Lowery was also made a victim to the same juggernaut After his valuable services two years ago as Secretary of the Republican County Committee he was cast aside and a man who was not even a candidate but who could put up time amsws of war was selected over him The Republicans say that the ticket is a strong oneU it will slick bt theres the rub Tlomps Burnam was nominated over his vigorous protest and will of course respectfully decline J T Boggs couldnt get puddln apd of course dont want pie While Judge E C Million seeing the handwriting on the wall is not anx ious to lead the Republican hosts through a slaughter house into an open grave Considering these circumstances the result is very gratifying thank you to the Democrats and if they dont win a signal victory this November they have no body to blame but themselves POLITICS lion Ed Parker of London Republican nominee for Representative from Laurel and Rockcastle counties has announced lila candidacy for Speaker The Virginia Republicans have dis covered that they nominated a man not eligible to time Lieutenant Governor ship There is a provision in the Con stitution that this officer shall be SO years old Few knew of its existence Robert W Blair the nominee is only 26Senator George T Farris is authority for the statement that Dr Frazee of Maysville now visiting in Lancaster will again be a candidate for Commis sioner of Agriculture at the next Demo cratic State Convention Dr Frazee was defeated for the nomination in 1399 by 1 B Nail time present Incum- bentPERSONAL Dr G W Evans and wife are attending the Conclave Attorney R E Roberts has returned from his usual summer vacation Mrs C E Smoot Js visiting relatives in Louisville and attending the Con dave Mrs Elmer Deatherago visited her mother Mrs Heacoxat Lexington last Tuesday Mies Mayme Hart left Monday for Somerset to visit her uuclc Mr Wm HartMrs P J ONiell of Lexington is the guest of Mrs J A Mcrahon this weekMr Jesse Embry of Lexington was the guest the past week of Mr Thomas CollinsMrs Irvine Rogers of Winchester is visiting Mr and Mrs Ab Green on Fifth street Gov James B McCreary attended the Anderson county fair at Lawrence burg last week Mrs H C Jaspar and son Gaines have returned from a visit to relatives in Jessamine county Miss Mary Evans of Richmond is tho guest of Miss Mary Kate Hunt Winchester Democrat UMles Sarnb White visited friends at Mt Sterling last week and incidentally took in the Street fair Mr Satin Arnold Junior member of the shoe firm of Rice Arnold is recuperating at Crab Orchard Mr 0 L Preston localizer of the Berea Citizen was here Saturday and paid this office a pleasant call Dr John C Miller of Kiciiolasville was here Monday advertising his fine Madison county farm for 88leiMr David Chenault Sr of Rich mond visited his daughter Mrs J W Elmore this week Lancaster Record Mis Judith Tudor was the charming guest the past week of her uncle and aunt Mayor and Mrs Claude Smith Miss Lida Duncan has returned to Danville after a delightful visit to Mrs W A Langford and Miss Marie liar berMiss Lena Wagers of Wisernantown Estill county was the guest last week of her brother Mr J W Wagers and familyMr and Mrs B S Bradshaw of Lebanon after a pleasant stay with Mr and MrsvGeo M Willglng have returned homoCouncilman W L Arnold wife and sin Joseph have returned from a pleasant sojourn at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs William S Montgomery and children are visiting Mr and Mrs W R Letcher in Richmond Lexington Herald Mr 7 V Logan tbe clever and cap able book keeper for the Paint Lick roller nulls was here last Wednesday on business Rev James Preston Green of Hamil ton Ohio was the guest last week of Mrs Norris and Mrs Brutus White on Barnes Mill pike Mr J W Hicks local manager for the Sun Life Insurance Co returned Saturday from a two weeks visit to his family in Louisville Mr Dive Stephenson now operating a photograph gallery in the tree state of Casey is visiting his sister Mitts Pattie Stephenson The editor wife and little sou Thom as Overstrect spent yesterday in Louisville witnessing the grand parade of the Knights Templar Mr Gardiner Wallace is at home from Jackson where he has been as fisting in the construction of a big bus iness house for Hargis Bros Mrs BIt Barnatn and her two eons Master Sam Parka and Robert Burnam and Mrs W G White have returned rein tire Buffalo Exposition Misses Sue Deatherage Msyme Pickles Bessie Turky and Minnie Dunn have returned from a delightful ten days stay at Crab Orchard Spring DrW G White of LouisviIlbar- rivel this week ard joined lila wife who is spending several weeks With her parents Hon W B Smith and wife Xr E V Tadlock of Clintonville Kyt is here to itMtet Chancellor Blan toa to get oat several isMae af the Cea tralews adverting tltec eolldated Usiywrslty M Moc WUftI1 Clark o Jack oaafo wH4tf Eri aR8et iw4y td j1 a Mrs MaJe J C ftJ1UrKs rp of akAt 0 c CatarrazIIs a constitutional disease iIt originates In a scrofulou3condltloa of the bOO and depends on that condItion f It Sften causes headache dud dizziness Impairs the taste smelt and hearing af fects the vocal organs disturbs time stomach It Is always radically and permanently cured by the bloodpurlfyliiR alterative and tonic Action ot Hoods Sarsaparilla This TRt medicine has wrought the wonderfulclIres ot all diseases depending on scrotum or tbe scrofulous habit Uoooa PiLLS retho beat cathartic Miss who has been the attractive guest of Miss Anna Frazee has gone to Louisville to visit friends before returning home Mrs Hugh White and Miss Lucy Booker are spending several weeks at Cumberland Falls They were accom panied by Mr J Tom Bates who re lurned borne Monday Miss Curralene Smith returned Fri day from a protracted visit to relatives at Winchester bringing with her her niecelittle Miss Sarah Goodloe Benton to spend several days Mr and Mrs A D Miller and daugh ter Elizabeth and their two charming visitors Misses Elizabeth and Pearl Miller of Indianapolis left Monday for a weeks stay at Estill Springs Mr Robert Friend editor of the Ir vine Leader was here Wednesday He is making arrangements to open a job office in connection with his paper and purchased a jobber from this omce Master Edwin Stockton the gentle manly son of Druggist R C Stockton has secured a nice position as shipping clerk with the wholesale grocery firm of Kellogg ci Witbenbury this city Rev Hugh McLellan and wife left Friday for a visit to relatives at Shelby ville Ky Later Mr McLellau will conduct a protracted meeting at Jett and Mrs McLlcllnH will go to Frank fort to visit friends Duke Gordon tho type machine of the Richmond Climax spent Sunday in Nicliolasville with his parents Duke is one of the best compositors in Ken tucky and the Climax has found in him a very valuable man Nicliolas ville Journal Mr R 0 Horton once time Dick Croker of Republican politics in the City Hall ward isTTow in Mobile Ala where he has a good position with a big factory Dick ought to have bcen here last Saturday at the convention to help stir up the animals Editor E B Smith of the Kentucky Colonel Livingston was here Monday shaking hands with old friends Mr Smith is not only one of the champion chess players of the State but one of the brainest editors in Kentucky and is making the Colenel fairly sctntil late with bright timings Rev E G B Mann anti bride are pleasantly situated at Mr Everett Hoovers residence A reception will be tendered them tonight Thursday at Mr John Sparks when it is hoped that as many of his church members as possible will attend Refreshments of cakes Ices and mints will be served Nicliolasville Jouanal Miss Florie Clienuult of Richmond spent yesterday with Mrs C E Smith of North Broadway en route to Danville to visit Miss Nancy Hnguelv On her return she will stop in Lexington fora months visit to Mrs Smith Mr Rhodes Shackelford of Richmond spent vestesday in time city with friends Lexington Herald Mr Joe Scuafhausen the polite and popular prescriptionist at B L Middel tons has returned from a pleasant two weeks vacation spent at Cleveland PutinBay and Buffalo Mr Schaf bausen says that while the PanAmeri can Exposition is of course not as immense as the Worlds Fair it is never theless an attractive exhibition and is worth any ones time and money to go and see Mr J W Bell senior member of the firm of J W Bell Co general loan brokers and real estate dealers of To pekn Kansas is here for the first time in five years renewing old friendships Mr Bell was formerly a merchant of this city where he was long associated with the late Silas T Green and has many friends who welcome him back He has built up a prosperous business iu the Kansas capitrl and tile wily timing wanting to make him thoroughly satisfied with his adopted western home is a Kentucky bride and it wouldnt surprise us to see him accompanied home one of these days by a fair repre sentative of time Bluegrass State RELIGIOUS Rev W H Ryals will fill his pulpit at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and night Eld D G Combs assisted by Eld T Q Martin of Winchester began a protracted meeting at Brookstown Chris Tuesdayi says that Eld W S Gambo will shortly remove to Ashland Kv where ho has been called to take charge of the Christian church Prof Crooks of Richmond occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and preached a strong sermon from Hebrews 1212 Prof Crook is a brotheriivlaw of Dr Mc Ferran Crow anti he has many friends here who always enjoy his vita and his preaching Mrs Crooks is spending a few weeks with her brother while Mrs Crowo Is in Missouri Versailles Sun MARRIED REVISBUCKELS Marriage license were issued last Tiesday to Mr Simpson Revis and Miss Flora Buckels of time Red Lick locality- LoGSDONWlllTElIr A J Logsdon a machinist of Jackson Ky and Mieb Rhoda Ann White a pretty fifteen year old miss of Ford were married last in this city by Squire D P Armor- NomtnxsHEINMr Gilbert Norris son of W K Norris the Cincinnati live stock man was married recently to Miss Josephine Hein also of Cin cinnati Time groom has numerous relatives In thie county who send congratulations BIRTHS CAiueiGR To the wife of Mr Butler Carrier an 8pound boy Elbridge Evan Carrier- DuKcANMr and Mrs H B Dun can of Braaefleld are the proud par entafafpegirlMAItEiiA girl was Iwm Moa day night te time wife of Mr J F Mahler formerly Miee Nellie J ce bc Motrwr Hd iflfmtt botti doing wail Nt GMMJIipst GlMirky Jneobg ich a pee tWrc fMinQverJQ uUfviwv MttwatM t st thiim1 0roter MtJJfq b DEATHSI GR iA1fAW Graham hrs Viol President of time Louisville and Nah eySHchtime hot weather in July and was taken to Petoskey where he was attacked by typhoid fever which caused his death AVALDEX Elder JefselWalden aged 72 one of the bestknown ministers of time Christian church in Central Ken tucky diedlast week at the home of ex State Senator J C Napier near Lan caster His death was due to pneumonia Howas taken ill while attehl ing his duties as an evangelist and was unable to get home lie leaves a wife and three children MYEKS News of time death of Samuel D Myers n former wellknown citizen of Richmond at Clinton III last week at the advanced age of three score and ten has been received hero by Capt P P BaHard a near relative of the deceased Dropsy was the cause ot bis death Mr Myers was formerly Chief of Police of Richmond and during the Civil War was provost marshal and recruiting officer here He was an Odd Fellow and a member oi tho G A R lIe married Miss Sarah PJarman a niece of Capt P P Ballard of this city who died in 1892 Four children were the result of the union only one of whom Joseph Myers survives The burial took place at Clinton under the auspices of the Odd Fellows and G A RsELxIA8 the result of an acute attack of asthama Mrs Nannie Embry Elkin of Louisville died suddenly last daughteriTenn where she was visiting For a number of years she had been making her home with her son Mr Zck Eltiu of Louisville Deceased was before her marriage Miss Nannie Embry of this county She was a sister of the late Joel Embry of Silver Creek Four children survive her They are Miss Lila Elkin Messrs Zack and J Embry Elkin all of Louisville and Mrs W L Morgan wife of the managing editor of the Knoxville Sentinel She was a splendid Christian woman and her death will carry sorrow to a large circle of relatives and friends The remains accompanied by Mr and Mrs W L Morgan of Knoxville reached here Wednesday and after appropriate services at the vault were interred in the Richmond cemetery SMITH While it was not entirely un bY1hisafternoon at his home on Lancaster Avenue this city was quite a shock to time community in which ho had so long been a familiar figure He was sixtyfive years old and his death was due to gastritis of which ho has been n sulferer for several years About three years ago he rallitd from an unusually severe attack and looked so rejuvenat ed that his friends entertained time hope that he had taken a new lease ou life About six months ago however lie showed signs of a collapse and grad ually declined until tho end came peacefully Monday afternoon at oclock Deceased was at the time of Ins death VicoPresident of the Farmers National Bank this city and was considered one of time shrewdest financiers in time county For years he was a merchant selling goods at the old stand now occupied by J T McClintock and iu this way laid the foundation of the ample fortune which he left and which is estimated at 3100000 His acquaintance with time people in every part of time county was extensive and he always had a ready hand and a kind word for all While he possessed the faculty to accumulate he nevertheless was liberal with his wealtb and his benefactors were numerous and seldom misplaced He professed faith a number of years ago under the preach hug of Rev George O Barnes and that good evangelist and his family always found a brothlerly greeting under his hospitable roof In politics he was a Democrat and watched with deep interest the trend of public events In response to time solicitations of friends he announced himself a candidate for County Judge four years ago but his health failing he withdrew from the race In his death the county loses one of its most prominent and influential citizens whose life was a splendid exemplification of good citizenship and those efforts were rewarded with the full measure of snccess Besides a brother and sister in this city Hon W B Smith and Mrs C F Moberley and another brother in Fayette county a wife who was a Miss Paikes and one sou Thomas J Smith Jr of the Farmers National Bank survive and they have the sympathy of a large circle of friends In their bereavement The fnneral services will he held today at 10 oclock a m at the family residence thence the remains will be laid to rest in the Richmond Cemetery Money to Chew The Winchester Deniocrat says MA North Mlddletown man sent a S2 bill to the Treasury olllclals at Washington last week for redemption It was mangled into a pulp almost beyond recognition and the man claims in taking a chew of tobacco he inadvertently included the 2 bill and chewed it for some time before discovering Ins mistake BRASSFIELD Mrs Shelton Rose of Ohio is visiting relatives here Mrs Vicey Daniels has been visiting her parents in Rockcastle county- A tine baby girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs U B Duncan last Tuesday Time contlnnation of rain has revived crops considerably Corn that looked 80 disheartening before the rains now look very promising VALLEY VIEW IFromthe Areentl Last Tuesday was pay day at the Soutliern Lumber Companyfsmill This section has been visited with refreshing showers time past week Dr J B Watson reports considerable sickeefis in the community The Southern Lumber Co received a great many logs on the rise in the river last week The tobacco crop in this seutioii jgreatly improved since time late raizms There hat been con klerable com nut iatobfttco during time past tea dayr Gas Gaason e sheet 70 year WAS ptrtekeii with imralysm Satunl j amid died Sanday afternoon Ouiwui WM- aft odd ebrct r amidcare bere whoa work on tle lock opened up He WM a abimidr awl at otis Hm WM a larva p0rnOtor Ue was vy wkliy- M14 JeItoa tate J4I4at bout UIIaIJI0 Sweden and for a nutaber of years had beeriwith TisI rid Ifjrhada manti for tools aadf storinf thmeiimawny sad he left several huge chps full of fine tools Hewas hurled lit Nciola8villo onMoa4sy BEREA IFromthe Clttiea1 Will Bowman died Wednesday afternoon of typhoid fever Miss Grace Lester is spending the week at Irvine- J J Bran lJ18u has purchased time Morgan property on Center Street Mr and Mrs am Mason are occupy jug tire A J Elder house on Ovrsley AveJ H Gabbard Jr sold to Judge Goodloe on Tuesday a yoke of you steers for tOO Tbe cattle weighed about 2250 Ibs- 1I1ss J A Robinson principal of the Womens Department of Berea College with her mother will reside in the Rogers house Mrs A P Settle of Big Hill died Friday August 17 of typhoid fever Burial at Pilot Knob Saturday Burial was in charge of C F Hanson Supt Wagers and Jailer Lackey favored the Students Job Print and The Citizen with a call last Saturday Mr Lackey gave the force a cordial invitation to call on himas visitors Last Sunday while Mrs James Stew art of Vest Union was driving a horse down time hill near the tunnel going toward Slate Lick the harness broke frightening the horse It began to run StewartloutCornelius was called and the patient is now some improved FORD From the Index Mr Robert Thomas is erecting a neat residence on the Hilltop Jacob White fell from a lumber stack Tuesday and crushed his shoulder Charles Shearer caught a 5poundf- ieh near here Wednesday Miss Alta Coppock is conducting class in kindergarten here Time Town Board has elected E G Ellington Police Judge and James Epperson Marshall The Burt Brabb Lumber Company shipped this week four cars of lumber to Cape Town South Africa Arthur Brookshire fell from a freight MouIhave returned from a protracted visit to their grandfather at Moberly Misses Nettie and Belle Black of Red House spent Thursday and Friday with Dr and Mrs Williams Mrs D J Williams and Master Willie Lloyd Williams spent a few days with Mrs Sam Black at Red House this weekSome one broke into a trunk belong ing to Johnnie Webb at time Webb boarding house and stole a pistoland some money Joe Winburn son of J II Winburn went to London with the intention of Joining the regulars but bis father telegraphed to tho company not to accept the boy Walters Collegiate Institute This is the chartered appellation of time new institution which bearing the illustrious name of the munificent founder of the old is to take the place of Central University The buildings and grounds of what formerly constituted tho latter are now virtually in possession of the citizens of Madison county and a high grade institution of learning to be known as Walters Collegiate Institute will be established in this city The arrangements look ing to this end were completed at Lexington last Tuesday when a com mittee of Madison county citizens composed of Messrs It W Miller R B Burnam and W Bodes Shackelford met a committee from the consolidated University and settled all matters in dispute All that remains to be done now to make the agreement binding ii for the Board of Trustees of the Danville school and the corporation which is to take charge of the institute hereto ratify the action of the committees which of course will be done at once In addition to the grounds and build ings mentioned in a recent issue of tbe CLIMAX there will be turned over some personal property in the shape of apparatm furniture books etc neces sary to the maintalnance of a school The Board of Trustees for the uewcchool twentyone in number are nmoung the leading citizens of Madison countyand it is their alum to make the new insti tutlon second to none of its class In the State in point of efficiency and they confidently believe it will receive the unqualified support of the people for whose benefit it Is established As already aunounced the school will open on September 16 with a faculty of such ability that its success will be assured from the sarL The Incorpora- tors constituting the Board of Trustee who with their successor are to remain perpetually as such are J A Sulli van R W Miller WR Sbackelford R R Burnam R E Parley W B Smith S N MoberleyW R Letcher A It Burnam Jas B McCrcary C H BreckJobn 1 Cbemmlt R E Doug lasJ Tevia Cobb D H Breck J Stone Walker Bennett H Young A W Smith UB Hanger John M Lar sing R E Roberts Commenting In Ills paper the Lex ington Herald on the result of the Agreement and the future prospects ol tbe new school Col WC P Breekia ridge says The negotiations between these committees have from the beginning beon marked with the utmost courtesy and with a sincere desire on both sides to reach such conclusion as would justify the belief that there may be continued at Richmond a firstclass collegiate in stitute under each auspices and con trolled by each laflueBce as will ta satisfactory to the citizens of Richmond donorsIfuada of Central University and in this spirit an agreement has bees re ched Under that agreement It is believed that a firstekes eelUwiate In stitute will be maintained p rpeiwHy at Richmond aaeh an iBttitHte M Kent elty greatly needs which is ef in coamsimmnityLime charge of tbte collegiate tMtitttto in composed of tome of the meet active intelligent and influential wtiMM of hidkaooOOl DtYiafldiC U 1 sot htlproperto Mr JRAJorityl the BO4md Is always to be eftiMM efthat eotmty We need in K nta ky jam lMlb oH tiale iostiluta IndMd umr Iwet eolheeii are aevMty turn UNM they and mitfc exelkmt work tau tHObUtmitch ned w that o cboote Ttl Mlioctl alHSuwmii aaittod e4op itttImIabNbmm0Is JsyiiC 4 Rich Juicy p PlumbsRipe For Your Picking Isthebeautiful line of Organdies JDimiUes and JLans ajbjDjir stijEQ Dim jtieun the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimmingof lace etc In Allover Lace yoking an- dSrpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock is morecomplete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard 7 Our Belt Department SIsfirst do MeKeen Belts 5beshould be considered it is 5Tlmediporpointedpronounced every day In connection our Belt Department 5ran be had a moat complete line of Purses Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be had in all colors and size 5Our line of Corsets is complete In netting1 or summer Corsets at prices from 29c fo STimeadvertised brands is a large sale 5GIr + u a Remember belong to Merchants and Consumers Scrip Association which means money saved to if you trade with us Respectfully yours GorMain MCKEEFirst St Kentucky The battlmhip Iowa will be sent to Panama The cruiser Ranger was or there last week- Doafczs Cannot Cure by local applications as they reach thn diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the lining of the Eu ItOtsInflamtdimperfect bearing and when it is entirely closed deafnes la the result and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tuba restored to its normal ilestroyedforeveiby catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous sur facesWe wilt give One Hundred Dollars for any case of De fness cauwd by catarrh that cannot be l y Halls Catarrh Cure Sand for circular free F J CHENEY CO Toh do O Sold by Orultfl lot Halls Family Pills are the best AUK 7 1m Dissolution Notice By matus1 consent the Kentucky Carriage Works Co of this city has been ohed Messrs O C Uotrett and W D Holly retlr tog and John Donelson continuing the bust ness All Indebted to the flrm and all parties holding claims same will please present to Mr for settlement KENTUCKY CAIUUAGE WORKS aujMlw Creditors Notice STATE OP KENTUCKY MADISON CIRCUIT H C Broaddns Admr Order TS cI in II C Broaddns Bra Vacation Ordered that this case be and is referred to time Master Commissionrr 8 E Scott to hue proof of and report on Ialms and It Is tartber ordered that holding claims against said administrator will tile same before said Commissioner properly rerifiee on or before the 9th day of September or same will be barred ATTEST 811 THORPE 0 M C 021aog2t Notice to Creditors Saute ptfIlTaArii Consolidated Aitlo- nZTCodketal Pt H V- SThomas Anderson c DTt two consolidated came are now re ferred to 8 E Scott Master Commissioner of the Madison County Circuit Court and all persons having claims the estate of Anderson are hereby notified to present the same on or before the 21st day of August 1M1 properly proven ATTEST S H THORPE C M C C forget To make the CLIMAXcall MondayCounty Court Day Andsduare up Your Subscription HALF RATESP- lus 10- 0DAILrY TO BUFFALOAND Big Four Route Affordiac aa opportunity to visit the PanAmericanI Exposition Niagara FaJb Return limit ten days from date pf sale STOlOV ALLOWED AT Buffalo and Niagara Falls OB Tickets to New York Boston Jt A Etm- Uio td eenaetioas is CiaelHMiI1 ekIsg ea1bits 14 Fait Tram Daily 4 St10I14Meea4 Bttlfoto eu Ok M ftijumem oueK write Agents Mg Posse for lull teSwswrtlofl efeeukm of MM ZxposIi aMs JtJAoJI WAYAytL tiIu Ribbons e e- The demand for Ribbons during time pat nmntli was greater than ever before t Soft finish plain glaze rihtxjns and errulea ant rihbonM are among the most popular I Velvet ribbons in all widths and ran he had in connection with our silk jJapliiveiilir green yellow blue ayblack i el27 inches wide at S5c per III embroidered in u Its Persian gandii etc we are leaders yardILadies Linen Skirts at 25c weeks only uprMerCf1rlzedBuggy Robes at 39 and 40c Our of Boys Caps is complete Girls and Boys Tamoshanters iu white P Kst89anmlc- heys Yacht Caps at 24c L priiesiromlOto25c I 1 we the you OWEN Richmond cannot mucous cured against Donelson These azalnst 7ang4wDont prices JO 8 JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest P riccs Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and mIFrames Russia has declared the suzerainty of the Czar according to report over the the province of NewCbane China PUBLIC SALE- OF R al Personal Pro crty HaTing decided to go West I will offer at public auction on my premises 8 miles west of Richmond Ky on Frik SHtiobir M ilAbout ta hour of in oclock a m my farm ot 60 acres well improved one of the best containingt2house two croncrlbs and all other improve menU well fenced and watered close to schools sad church mill country store and postofflce within a mile on new pike now In course of erection Also halt interest in 25 acres of cru and small tobacco crop rarmIn nteaslls household and kitchen furniture Upon tbe 21st of September about 10 oclock a m I will also offer my residence which I streetoneofestlocatIonsin nelgbborsAlIItwostory residence of seven rooms and two WalnutStredsubstantial buildings on that Street with good stable for two horses buggy hay and corn netrontanyinfrnJLttonadiire5s the undersigned Shelby Masters augUSw Richmond Ky THE BEST- PAPER Published In the United States for Democrats aad for ALL readen U U- oTwkeaWeek CotmerJbucnal JkIl4H1elaHfdaNuH4tH r IellWf100 A YEAR sewsMatterA Merai eenatetiOB to JpeMa StMie GeIIfe oearf5y attne to wo wM 1 ers ea wWta C f LeelesHle Ky BT MIIOLAL ARKAN08MBKT YOU RKHHOND CLIMAX II T Twiw Twk CJwlll BoUt One Yew for 0Hly Stl5O It YItopt- at StincIliWaattf 0 riFORUU I will sell publicly to the highest bidder the on the farm on Saturday September 14 1901t at 10 oclock a mo my Madison Oale Whi Dic enon farm near Pondcnurch on B m RlcbmoDdccntuIngor 10 rooms 2 hails 2 verandall double portfif cellar cistern springs carriage house let ito28au3IFOR SltliltieL BMkKeepIegBoslnesst TelegnpS Ad WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tar elrcnUr of his firaoos anil retponilti- tC04iVERGUL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERS Tf Amutled Medal at World Ezpoallieo Refers to tbnnitnds of cradaatcs It coacFuJI Ruinsi vurar Inctedtgt0 lion Books ant Board In famllr aboat eoo SherthiadTypWrtisaadTelepbypeci1t5Z5TboKentneky l awsritdgrsInames Literary oTac5Imon Entornow GrsimatrssncrrRfa- I enter to tare ycmr leKtn read M addrru I5 WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Kr augl46wr Blue Grass Farm FOR SALE a As executors of GB Million tk ceased we will on 5it4ay Ssjtt 21 131 At JQ 0 dock A M Sell to the Wfjhest aDd Met bidder Iract ef lnil k4t hMIUte Richmond d LexwBiiaf ptJ 9 mIles fro lSliHiond Ky sad eeataininj aU More w ieee The fwnt wll1 lit asaw1ieisaedsen in two trac- tthIoWtbeis K Nr0s4 to accept us- beet M It seW te te Usda the firs trwtlol soW will be time home ot G B Miittea eoBtotoinf 142 acres 127 sores is gross reeeaiiJee In corn The swsood tiit is kiiawn w4e aa a4ias tMCt 1 i cenlais 171 aioss acres V hsg sw Ols- Tanus Ubwral RH4 asasle known c dfsh Elili Milfio- nes CVTOR 1 A WONDERFUL SUCCESS iFALL PENINGOF4 Miller Bros Mel 7 SHOES NEWftNot2ZfI Leather in the Soles and HIs MENS 2 250 3 350 BOYS 150 and 2o Choice of our 10 Suits now 775 tILLLR Rims oTnlaR8 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store 6febtL See local ad of E Deatherages lost cow Square piano for sale Apply to lire W S Oldham 27febt The Richmond Silver Band will give its usual concert Friday night The Richmond Colored Fair begins tomorrow and continues three days Special rate of 150 to Cincinnati Sunday via L N leaving on 355 train Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Office over Mklilletons drug store July 17tf Mrs J T Akors1 Primary School will be open September 2 It will be centrally located 2Saug 2w Thoroughbred Southdown bucks for alo Apply to U J CLAY ITjuly 3t Richmond Ky W A Arbnckle Jr Bold to J WV Bell of Topeka Kansas n beautiful bay gelding by Lynn Boyd for 300 Lost a Valuable Horse Mat S Cohen lost Monday by death a film griding for which he recently paid S250 Confectionery Reopened John W Murray has reopened his confectionery on First street recently gutted by fire Adjudged a Lunatic Eliza Willis colored was adjudged of unsound mind Friday and taken to the Lexington Asylum Repairs Underway Dr Frazee las a force of carpenters busy repairing the cottage on Moberley avenue recently damaged by fire Clark County Teachers The Clark county TeaehersV Institute with Prof J C Willis ae Instruc tor is in session this week at Winches ter Gone to Lawton Firmer Stae Senator A H Stuart who was lucky fnnugh to draw a prize in the great government land lottery has gone to Lawton to locate Another Paper for Berea Berea IP to have soother newspaper which will appear in about two weeks It will be published by Mark I Spink an Illinois man and be Republican in politics Circuit Court Next Week Tho fIrm of the Madfcon Circuit ourt willLlgin Monday The docket is not n heavy one hUt there are several important cases set for trial this term State Texchen Examination Suiixreiitendeiit Public Instruction Mellifsiiev aunouncesthat he will hold a special examination at Fiankfort foi teachers wanting as State Certificate August 30 1901 Capacity Redoubled The Warwick Distillery at Silver Creek i being rcrnudelml and its ca pac it for waking whiskey will be doubled that is it will turnout about 70 barrels per day J r Berea College is Bequeathed 50000 By the terms of the will of Stephen Ballard a wealthy manufacturer of Brooklyn who died August 11 Berea College is bequeathed one third of his state valued at 150 000 Ready for Occupancy The store room of R J McKee for merly occupied by Dan Rlddell and recently gutted by firo has been thor oughly repaired and repainted and is now ready for occupancy Referred to Grand Jury Dan Terrillwhose trial for assault and battery was called Saturday in Judge Millions court was nnablt on account of illness to be present and the case was referred to the grand jury Lost Cow About two weeks ago a briiimI LlberalreWidfor Aug 28tf Richmond Ky Public School Opens Monday CalJell High School Pof H IBrock Principal assisted by a cOmpe- tent faculty ill opnfor the fall term next Monday September 2 Parents should sea that their chiMrea are pres ent the first dy Fined in Two Cues trkdbelorewarrant sworn out by Vn parrfe charging hlnvwiUi carrying cettceafed deadly weapons Parnrfi ordered tie negro out of hIs apple erekaid where upon be tl4rewa rtlvr LaKerM t rew Btopes at Parrlsha eowc Jf wac el van 1Q ikyi Md SwNl IK IB tW pistol Jilfl wn f9f VUT I JUt M For Rent Three brick residences on University Campus in good repair largn yards and gardens stables water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to augUlf L IL BLASTOX Improvements Planned Mr J W Livengood foreiuanof the barrel factory lisa leased the tkers property of Dr Jlolton and will take possession at mice Extensive im provement will be made ou the property Will Build Several Residences Mr Ike Barnctt L and A road su pcrvisorhas purchased the large vacant lot at the corner oi Fifth and Walnut streets this city and will shortly have erected thereon several dwelling houses Ml Stirling Likes It The Mi Sterlini Advornte npproves of the iiidinauce recently tIIwlclbr our City Council to abate the ipen gate nuit ana e and mvys Mti Sterling could follow Richmonds example with good results Court Day Dinner The ladies ol the Presbyterian church at Whites Station will give a court day dinner next Monday in the old Garnett House on Second street A splendid dinner wilt be served for only 25 cents Frankfort and Paris R R Sold The Frankfort Cincinnati railroad forty miles long aud extending from Frankfort to Parts has been sold to Eastern capitalist for the reported price of 350000 It is believed that the L N is neliintlthe deal Old Bridge Torn Down The out wooden bridge at Paint Lick has been torn down and Messrs Peter Howe and Win Eskoll contractors tot the stonework have begun building the abutments for the ncv structure which will be pushed rapidly to completion Paris Pushing Things Our neighboring city Paris is waking up from its Kip Van Wiqklian slumber The News says that in addition to a floe sewerage system which is nearly completed a street car line is projected1 and the Elks will shortly build a handsome home Stone Wants lo be Senator An Associated Press dispatch from SU Louts says that extiov W J Stone our Bill Stone is a candidate for the United Stales Senate but not for the Democratic Presidential nomination as was reported iu the papers some time ago Stricken With Paralysis Mrs Maggie J Culton wife of former Judge J N Culton of Jackson county suffered a second stroke of paralysis ttrtiimday and now lies in a critical Condition at her home on North street Owiug to her advanced age her recov erv is doubtfull Dean ol Centres Law School Resigns Former Governor J Proctor Knott h ta resigned as Dean of the law de plrtnient of Central University The liw school will however be fqninuea in Danville next year and negotiations are now unliiwfly with suit blomen to take charpe of it L When You Go Into a Drug Store To cut a bottle of Pain Killeriexainiue it carefully to see if it is made byPerry Davis and dout be persuaded Tib take iomfthlngjrjusfasgpod1 jbecause It Is a f vcentsJche p r There isonjy one Pain Killer Perry Davis KLarge bottle 23 and 60 cents Bought Meat Markelji Messrs W G aiidJSW Powell Itf Red House have J bght the butcher sl Wjwilltake Beasion about Oct 1 They urJboth clever wide awake businebS n nan we gladly welcome them to our midst Mr Allmau has not yet lecldudwliitt he will do Mysterwuslr Missing v I Lutes Carrier aged 14 sonufIr Sr C Carrier pf Big Hill ibfecotuity is mysteriously missing He leItiotue about six weeks ago to avoid going to school and the last heard of liiaiaa at Mt 8terlii8 about three weeks ago Hwniother fa almost crazed wltfi grief over IiIsabsenetraiid any inforBaation as to liirtwliereaboHts will be t MffuUY1 receiv hY tI afiiiofateflt8 1 htittliHtlle preJlS1tHII The Wiflchester Sun doesnUHke the coiitempUted change ia tliflhwtee sysieul proposedat the rgotwt Bsesioa of Mte MluUon CQy Tjesrs1ns- tittite fceUlTn thicity tarM eth- tontcofte4It Hfvotf it JiwtHifto sy TMsth proposed ch lt teeda HMjHtafljr i5i The eercanypmet1r- Is to the iiSipto who elect htatM more ke fseM1oal HHbI5Y and the sore Wthful he will be JheDit triet IrtMilar JHMKtrilf tlw peeple wI iKit lw t61M V H cUll tY 1rd s4ctd YtiM et dl- ti4ee Keep tii eottU ttta1hoa4 ill tile hUtdlof tke people wIts ptrc- o1j4 UsIlDibthdd ifire Obl1O- p swsy lot Iip asosr y r1tIrt- it4u sid bAtam f tcr C Beauties Fb All u We kave the feet flowara J i Tr taatftte produced- Lt i ecoratioq Weoiiuej ry NOW QWlnroriter naif g A recelYM our penon s- tC tentlon BELL Thh KYtLEXiNGTON HENRY L FERRY Agt c Bells Hewers ge Everywhere IttDr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky apcITif Heres a Gusher The following stanza clipped Jrom an exliange whose editor evidently has the oil fever is respectfully dedi cated to Messrs Heath and Worrtl Lives of alt great men remind us If we pl y cordin to Hoyle And keep borelnf late and early We can strike It rich In oil Coal Strike In Jellico District Feared The coal operators and miners of the Cincinnati Southern districts have failed to reach an agreement regarding awage scale and the Knoxvillo confer ence adjourned Bine die without taking definiteaction A suspension of opera tion in East Tennessee anti Southeast ern Kentucky mines is feared Colored Fair Lexington Onefaro round trip to Lexington daily September 10th to 14th Queen Crescent Route from all points in Kentucky See small bills fur list of fp finest attractions ever offered in Lex ingtonW C RINEARS N G P A Cincinnati 0 School Board Dead Locked The School Board of Ford has been for sometime unable to agree on one of the assistant teachers Prof James Park of Irvine will bo principal Miss Huguely of Madison county one of the assistants and Mrs Tudor and Miss Edwards are the two applicants for the remaining place Winchester Demo crat Poisoned by Eating Beel Amos the fourteen year old son of l rand Mrs Thomas Ellison jest the point ofdcathaa a result of eating in fected beef while attending the Elks Fair at Lexington Dr Taylor the attending physician thInks he has been poisoned in much the same manner as Uncle Sams soldiers were in the Cuban campaign Mat Cohen Sues a Lexington Horseman The Lexington Heiald says that Mat S Cohen has filed suit in the Fayette circuit court against Made Nicoll to recover 850 as tJamlgp on a warranty of quality in the sale and delivery of a horse Mr Cohen the plautifT alleges that the horse v as unsound at the time of the salevwhich fact was not known to plaintiff but was well known to de fendant at the time thereof The Thiust ola Lance Is scarcely more agonizing than the re current pains in the abdomen which follow the eating of improper food or too free indulgence in icewater The immediate cause for cramps and colic is often the distention of the bowels by gas Quick relief follows the use of Perry Davis Pain Killer Careful housekeepers give it the placo of honor in the family medicine chest Goes to Winchester Mr Chits BHcmlienson of MrJH Hendren the clever merchant and postmaster at Speedwell tins county has secured the position of delivery agent for the Adams Express Company afWinchester and will shortly remove with his family to that place iMr Hendren married Miss Belle Harris daughter of Hon W T Harris of this city and is an excellent young man For Sale or Rent 1 otTer for sale or rent privately niy residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms hath room and hall nnd all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or address Dr G W Evans or the undersigned Mns STEED SMITH JnlylGm Richmond Ky Nephew of Capt Ballard Nominated Prof G M Ballard nominated last week for County School Superinten dentbf lUxkcastle by the Kepubliran is a son of Hon Tom Jim Ballard of Jacksoi county and a great nephew of Capt P P Ballard of this cityi He is a fine scholar a clever gentleman and his numerous Madison county kin folks will be glad to hear of his rapid rise in our eistercoUlitYTh nomination which he has won is equivalent to an election Sues to Recover Insurance John W Murray whose tobacco barn and contents below Kirksville were burned on the night of June 30 has tiled suit in the Madison Circuit Court against tho Blue Grass Insurance Co of Lexington for 2400 the amount of his policy In Said company which wivs never paid Messrs Cobb anti Breck are his attorneys The Bhie Grass is one of the cdmpanics which State In surance Commissioner Chenault re cently ordered to be Investigated Progress af The Barrel FacUrv The 260 horse power engine together witli several car loads of machinery for the barrel factory lias arrived and 1nOw being placed in position Work on tile buildings is being rapidly pushed by a Jaree force of men thous ands of staves are being unloaded on the grounds and it wilLdw only a few weeks now until the largest barrel fac tory in the South will in active Operation The magalwde ot tbe enterprise can hardly b appreciated without a sfelt t 4bB a uey2oPwbati8goingon Jf Aijs the WljHeMaw Nocefcye Nigger In the Republican Convention held here Saterday the neftro brudder WM permitted 6 twb or three ovcMiofis to raise life voice In debate but when it came to selecting candidates for the ojkteec it ww tboliJ olt1oryaU for MM wWo MMBHJ Boee Jot the niger ibdfStef iM4i HnyiicB or some other tttipeut Nero oered as a ca dit1to for even a miser ftiee he wwikl have- beel aflBfWwlaoWiW than eyclorie osa vpKff 4 pandl Qnf of thiea day- sthNyo will tumUl otje tat Utt iMLu bfiJ1l fffftoxt IIuU e of bis Md thfl tBt 4if IU br ILT1ffT HATSz Our first shipments of New Fall Hats are now on display Latest styles direct from the t East and largest stockand lowest prices in Central tcut Kentucky Covington Banks Our WALKOVER- is the worlds most popular shoe youll know why when youve worn tne- mCoviuglod Bunts SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENSWEARs Good Farm For Sale As executors of the estate of their father the late Green B Million Messrs E C and Ed Million will on September 21 sell publicly the farm on which he resided at the time of his death situated 9 miles from Richmond on the Lexington pike and containing about 313 acres It is well located in a splendid neighborhood and is in every way a desirable place See all elsewhere in todays CLIMAX Lexington Investment Company Sued A Franklort dispatch says that the Lexington Investment Co which has a branch office here in charge of Mr L P Todd has been sued in the Franklin Circuit Court by Mrs Lucy OBannou and Mrs John L Jones to recover amounts alleged to have been secured from them by false representa tions of tilts defendant company In retaliation the Company has sued the plaintills for 10000 for alleged slander To Educate Their Children Filmore Richards and Win Powell of near Red house two of Madison counts best citizens are both Clark county men Both of these excellent and prosperous men have moved their families to Richmond in order to educate their children Mr Richards line six children of school ago and Mr Powell four Their families willreside in Richmond while Mr Richards and Mr Powell will remain on their farms Winchester Sun Died From a Spider Bite Some few days ago Mrs Scott Nor man the wife of a wellknown farmer of near Millersburg was bitten by a spider during sleep says the Winches ter Democrat Very little notice was paid to the matter but her limbs and body began to swell shortly afterward anti her features became distorted Then it was found that blood poison big mid set in and medical aid was called l walk too late however for five days after the bite the end came and site died from the results Mystery Explained Considerable excitement was occu sionod here Friday bp the finding of a mans clothes and hat near this pond across the L A track from tIle bar tel factory The report POOH spread that an unknown man lint committed suicide by drowning The police were notified and the pond dragged but no trace of the would be suicide was dis covered It was afterwards learned that Sam Tevis a haltwltted individu al of the Moberley locality had taken a bath in the pond and exchanged his old togs for some new ones Boom at Beatlyvllle CourierJournal dispatch says The Beattyville Town Company which owns extensive interests iu and around Beatty ville and in which a number of Richmond gentlemen are stockholders has been reorganized with the view of booming the town The new directory fs composed ef Judge A E Richards cf Louisville exState Senator John D Harris and Mr J S Collins of Rich mond and Messrs G W Gourley and J G McGaire oi Beattyville Mr Gomrley WM waete President AERichards Secretary itad J G McGuire rIwas4res A number of building Ifkts will be put n the market at once The early eowptetlQR ol thfe LoulnvUle k 2fsshyijlp wHrosd ta the Three Forks has rftviT 4 deteopm iit In that wetins awl ttNittyvilte wblcti MM eriad J bMk iaIiw4 1waI- awtllJtN J t04lU c Grocers Fined Nineteen grocers of Onrensboro have been fined each and costs of S 25 in each case for violating the pure food law They all pleaded guilty to escape a heavier penalty This ought to be a pointer for other towns in the State Literary Feast A literary feast will be given at the Garrard opera house Lancaster on tho night of September 5th when ten of the most gifted young ladles in the country will take part in an Elocution ary Contest a diamond ring and a gold watch will be given to the first and second best recitations Capt Feeny Removes to Lexington Capt J D Feeny for nearly twenty years Chief of Police of Richmond has decided to return to Lexington and will shortly remove with his family to that city Capt Feeny has many friends in Richmond who regret his departure and who wish him unbounded success in his new field of labor Ico Cream Supper Beginning nt 7I50 oclock an ice cream supper will be given at Run on Grove school house Saturday night August Stby Miss Jennie BEvans and the patrons of her school for the pur pose of raising funds to purchase a district library Good music will be provided The occasion promises to be a moet enjoyable and successful af fair Tile public js cordially Invited A Great Scheme According to a dispatch to the Cin cinnati Enquire Lexington capitalists will make overtures to the various Cen tral Kentucky fair associations with a View to combining them and giving a State Fair and Exposition annually at the Blue Grass capital This is in line with Lexingtons interurban railroad scheme and would be a good thing for Lexington but not so good for the neighboring towns which will doubt less tit down on the proposition like a thousand of brick Fresh Air Children Return After spending two of the happiest weeks of their lives in the beautiful country mound Ft Estill Kingston Kirksville and Silver Creek the thirty three Cincinnati children sent out by the Posts Fresh Air Fund returned to their homes Wednesday That they were greatly benefited by their stay was proven by their full laces bright eyes and neat appearance for all of which they were duly grateful to their kind benefactors Many of them hind never oven seen the country before and their simple quarries were a never fail ins source oE amusement to their coun try cousins Our citizens who aided in the noble work cannot be too highly commended Unearthed a Skeleton In leveling up a plat of ground at Ricos brick yard Friday some work men unearthed a skeleton which Mr G JB Tarley identified as the remains of a Rebel soldier which he helped bary just after the battle of Richmond In spite of the fact that the body bad been ia the ground nearly forty years the teeth were in a good state of preservation and what is still stranger lite hat was IK good condition wjtty tbe leather baud still Intact The itt te a slcHieh wool which indicates that lie- wasoft ufthe Jtihnrr Refos Thop ieua4iaii wtli 1k ttw asy Ihor ese aVi I4Ii5N bqrpld ttlflaone WM ftSwil but tk4i lila atiw Mr tttUO4 Eo b- iiL 0 p DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING p OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE1DUSY DE ULL CASH STDR Has decided to throw their entire stock merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are famili3f 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 S Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and Childrens suits and pants have beer cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them Whet 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 hia 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 ell the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit byour loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping out many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for mohths to come we are very respt W D OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Chief of Police Dismissed Following close upon the heels of the investigation of the gambling scandal John D McD Ross Chief of Police lit Lexincton has been re moved and his place filled by Lieut Walter Marshall a very rapuble officer Sergt Burke Ianl nlso resigned Residences Leased Mr W G Powell has rented the Jack Freeman property on the corner of Fifth and North streets and will take posses sion about October 1 Mr Filmore Richards has rented of Mrs A T Million her residence on North street and will bring his family to town in order to educate his children Mrs Beckham Improving Mrs Beckham the beautiful young wile ofthe Governor was taken alarm ingly ill with sceptic fever after the birth of her daughter and for several days her life was despaired of Yester days paper however say her condition is much improved and her physicians pronounce her out of danger Mt Sterling Fair a Big Success Tell thousand people attended theA 0 U W Street fair at Mt Sterling last week and the Association not only scored A brilliant triumph but made money hand over fist Our boys fur nished the music and as usual covered themselves with glory Several Ax O U Ws from this city attended and report a big time She Wanted Garters A young lady dropped into E V Elders store recently and said It Is my desire to obtain a pair of circular elastic oppendapep capable if being contracted and expanded by means of oscillating burned steel appliances that sparkle like particles of gold leaf sot with Alaska diamonds and which are utilized for keeping in position the habiliments of the lower extremities which innate delicacy forbids me to mentionBillie Powell had just time to haul out a pair of garters before he fainted Oil Leases Cause Legal Suit Dr M C Heath anti J K Worrell oil prospectors lave filed suit in the Madison Circuit Court against County 11numberpart of the county wroimfully and falsely recorded or had recorded thir tynine of the fiftytwo leases tnkcn in his nawae to the excliwioH of their rishts Meters WD Smith Grant E Lilly W R Letcher Jr and UC hazel- wood are the attorneys or the pUvistila Wfc understand Mr White claims jwior leases on the land is questlea which e wfriM botitl OOMrM No we4I- shveyeIbseus411k on tint ladj feet MeesriitMa b aua wi jh- an4avahMasIu Tw- wtLlasq4Uh pco1 e3UftlLItiH Spleudld Farm for Sale In this issue Dr John C Miller of Nieholasvllle advertises for sale publicly his fine Blue Grass farm consisting of 21 acres within sight of Rich mond This farm which is now in pos session of Thompson Duerson is beau tifully located near tho PontI clint cli oi the Barnes Mill pike is close to schools and churches is well watered productive and has on it modern resi deuce with all modern conveniences There is not a more desirable place in Madison county and parties looking fora home wouljl do well to consult ad elsewhere in this paper and investigate before buying A Novel Question- A question that is novel because of the section from which it comes has been propounded to Slate Superintend ent McChesney It Is whether the cur rying of a 44 Colts revolver by a school teacher in Pike county is intimidation of his pupils and is cause for removal Mr McChesney agrees that the carrying of such a weapon by a teacher in any other section of the State would intimi date the pupils but has serious doubts whether it would in Pike The question was propounded in a letter received at the State Department recently from one of two claimants of a contract to teach lb common school in Pike county One of the parties is in charge of the scluftiti anti so the other claims goes to the scliQolarrned and has a friend accompany hum with a rifle Tho second guards the school from the outsltie while the first in structs time pupils The Conclave All roads lead this week to Louisville where the grand Triennial Conclave of Knights Templar began yesterday Delegations frontal parts of tIme United States have been souring into the city bince Saturday and it is esti mated that over 100000 visitors are in attendance Tho exercises wore formally opened yesterday with the grand parade In which 35000 plumed Knights and 100 brass bands participated The city is elaborately decorated and with fire works balls receptions and entertainments this week promises to he oue of the must gills ever witnessed by tim inhabitants of the Falls City Richmond Commandery No 10 accompanied by tho Richmond Military banj Miss Julia Higgins sponsor and her maids oIJll orlcft in a special coach over the Lk A Monday morn ing for tIe Conclave at IjiHUville On each side of the coach was a large uer with the words Rfchutoml Com njandery In large letters The cow 1 1eryhll6 eomm4idio4le quartos t 218 aJtd29 E wtt Qrayreet Wen tl irIUebmmid frl nit are wer In Mkttfnntu tiitftibseS of the otdw a large number of Rjekmntul aiUadtw ahnaklN In tIt ftMMvitiM fboNlJLiWJiIN otii 6beIbO42t4 o IflItCkY IUYfor 1000- 0a NOTICE On account of poor health it has been necessary for me to resign my position myImany past and patronage and solicit a continuance of their trade assuring them otcour teous treatment always It is with regret that on account of health Mr Brown lisa severed his con nection with me but pending perma neat engagement arrangements have been made with an Embalmer high rank to assist me and we are still pre pared to give prompt anti efficient ser vice in our Undertaking Department Aug2S2w Jo S Joplin The indications are that the receipts from the auction sale of town lots in Lawton will exceed 500000 DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange nov kind of property Write me with afl Ihe particulars as I may he able to help you Address J M N Lock hay 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly Fifteen thousand men are now un employed as a result of the San Fian cisco striker Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office In the Collins building Mrc OunA C HART State Agent JJTfeblyr Two persons died from the bite of spiders at Muncie indo ff4this signature la on eTory box of the genuine Laxative BrornoQuiomc Tmwcu- Im remedy that curs n cold In one dq It is never quito possible to get at a womans way because it is invariajly the other way TO OUS3S A COLD IN ONI DAY Take Laxative Brorao Qnlninf aablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each bar 25 cents Former Lieutenant Richmond P Tubs on of the navy line gone into the cotton business at Athmta Ga Titter SaUIlhcHtH and Eczema The Intease itching i at1 smarting inci tORt to these tuecMefi ta lastwitly allayed j apulyteg ChaeabeclalaB Eye and kin WHY very bad cases mayo been periMmntly cured by it H 43 cqnallyeMCIeIit for ttcbing piles and y for sore II1tIe hlses4d bands OhUbIaIM frees bi4as- i1oa sees eyes SScte perbex r Cays CPwtJer 11ft jHt wlut a MMW needs wbeii IB iMd cowMtlpn ToBto bload JiqriM nmttifttge eikAM d HM WWitI rp SOMETHINa NEW They curt tlandmjf lialr fallimj ntad ache etc costs time name Sean ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Cowl Ihe only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day anti this couifrdoea time rest This wonder ful comb is simply unbreakable and is made so is impotxille to break or cut the hair Sold on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac lion in every respect Send stamps fur 85Livewhere to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Ad DecaturIllinoisCanadas population is C537160 an increase of less than 10 per tent in ten years Stops tho Cousftnd Works oft tho core Laxative Bromo Qtinlne Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents It is claimed that fortune favors the brave but wed all be brave if we real ly believed it The worries of a weak and sick mother are only begun with Ihe birth of her child By slay her work is con 8tantly interrupted at ni tht her rest is broken bv the wailing the peevish puny child Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription makes weak women ItliJhlensing to mothers strength and vigor which they impart to their children lJrPierce treattdsuffering women Sick women are in vited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free of charge An correspondence Is VPiorl9InvahdsInstitute Buffalo N Y Alaska has the smallest population of any possession of the United StateS Free New Cure her Eczema Anti skin eruptions RRMICKS EC ZEMA CURE anti REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC have never yet failed to cure FREE TRIAL Write today the samples are free Havana Medicine Co 1121 Locust Street St Louis Mo For sale by B L Mid del ton 5jpnely rite iioet is born but the mere verse writer IItpt to be selfmade OnlyaXMk Many are not being benefited by thp amulet vacation as they should be Now notwithstanding aiaph bpdcH life they are little if any fitronper than they were rime tan OH their faces fc lookhealllJiertbitnervous easily tired Hpeet by trifles and tftev do not eat Her atop well What they reed to what toaee the nerves rlect dgelteiq eretfil ttpetite s4I makes sleep relrwUni MM Pittdchief iril ti ti yeaslsii wallftb- INllf b1liriUsrrt1 itlJulIN 1wakn Wt r Yi li tIIIItIc I t w4 f rwT P7 o j rlnts tOWS tlncllt IIi v M TlffiMOBLE WATER FILTER POSITIVELY GERM PROOP A new PRAC- TICALand PER FECTFILTIUUOrhome mercial use We guarantee our FILTERS to Rive perfect atlsfac lion If desired we will put up a FILTER in ymir home or office for s trial to show you tts Merits Send for Confltlt Cufofoffu TIIR KNORtE FILTER CO J0 CLYBOJSN 4E1 tcti4cAao1tcs l a It fsa EVERY WEEK it r Uoeedme I poL1t-otI SILVER BfcASS NICKEL1 11 II h UNEEbNE n Iltl Will ClMB Sihe and cio it the new rook so much nvn WW Gin P1j8 Clan witti ttttlo labor aDd ooUutt will LuI LwjtHhan any other polish is limo to m iirrd lrJo IIhtwutk Will Nit Rpuhen tho nest Itndtr SUn Will Wet Seracb IUt In gealeHnfIQ evbtM ICM is bf Itn bait witbwr- Kir If yonr dealer do not bare R end tiama and wkireat fur free atnplo UNEEDME POLISH CO Chatham Pa IJ uly Gm DMILLS No TOWERS TRIED AND NOT rouiM ING RUST DM ST SANDSLEET PROTECTEDCESSTOWER v ta4 m Drill wJl4 Ti 4vbI1I w lta I4 It am 111 i rItt spcft I n m t 5T al n bolllOKY6EIA SPRAY oiP WHITEWASHING 5SK pdt1 WAtER FURIFYIMG PUMPS irlrrU AsoLINE ENCINESUaltt Icnairn yonr want dirfet to manufacturer TtlthIb1 TEMPLE PUMP CO CHICAGO ILLS tugUCm PITTSBURG g iCENTRAl STOCK YARDS1ii EAST LIBERTY PA OFFFR SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for more Washington Philadelphia New York andall Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE YSIMON lOtluracJ ODONNELL General Mgr Tne ohcni Mulud Investm nt D OK LEXINGTON KY Iflie Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is nearly 8 years old and has a greater premium income to the in force thou any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid In Living Benefits 562OOOAmount Placed In Reverse and Surplus S365OOO Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company offers special advantages i 7 SMITH BOW7VNSEC- RETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLiON Local Agent Richmond Ey f C E SMITH Ires F E BAIRD Sec and Trons 1 Managerz uity Oo J fttJ1 The BEST because f- Ii willmake you the Most Money Polish GUSSN wMLP8LJ PUMP Balti business ttI It is BEST because Ithere is no high ratio 3 for J business on our 0 Books It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company t S virtuallyUround ttI A trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jefferson I c7HOME eFICE tw C No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY r C4 ORGANIZED 18S6 OEO W MORRIS Pres W W lUTE Vice Pres THB MUTUAL UrB li URA1fOB 00 OT KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Merriwether Secy Jos Fcttax Tres Ju B Bteadman Medical Director llitiiry A Badge Supt Agencies Kentucky Admitted Assets Dee 21 1900 J8eM7H tUlUUS Dee nI1011 lllillll1 Increasein Surplus 15097432 Inoonia for J7 St7M Kxpendlturei for 1900 68 Excess Income over exptnditn res- fIftswaftce 17444 M 1 II Fwce lecenber 31 11 IitS5 J H KENNEDY pe E1Ag2ntt 1 711 ft QN9rKY LAND STOCI AND CROP TIiq St Louis Republic predicts that wheat will react lbushel before the fall season U over The Danville Advocate reports the sale of a crop of vhont atfoci deliv ered anila pairof work mules atoo John D Dnvall sold liii premium twoyearold saddle filly Ualimla by Blue Chester to Gay Bros of Pifgali Wood ford county fur 100 Winches DemocratH of Ierryville roM Sat urday to Rev Vf A Penh a bunch of 40 head of yearling cattle for f000 and bought of Mr Penn 23 head to be de ll veietl next May at 4 cents Danville Advocate Simeon Weil bought last week In Montgomery county the following later export cattle Fiqm Silas Stofer 80 Frank CheniUiU 40 at 5r N in ByriT 38 at Si 10 W T Phcl sl20 at 5J c These averaged aliQut BOO pounds Greene Lvuian 200 i150 pound steers Thomas no Lawgon of Boston has purchased Jrotn PHIarrish Midway the three yenitold fitly Mary PLeyburn for 10 000 She won the first heat of the Lexington trotting futurity as n twayear old in 221 ami worked this year in 215 Tho mirierJournal prints A table that shows potatoes increased fourfold and other vegetables in proportion ex cept tomatoes which lave increased from 25 cents a bushel last year to 1 uow abbage have jumped from 75 cents to 225 a crate and corn fcpni 5 cents a dozen to 25 cents Farmers of Mjssonri Jare feeding wheat to their stock in some of the nlost parched sections of the State They say that they have found this cheaper than resorting to the supply of oats in the present extremity Large stock owners in Missouri have been shipping their horses and cattle across the river into parts of Illinois which have es caped the worst of tho heat John Gallanhcr ot Mercer county sold to Win Vandivler of Harrods burg last month 1JO barrels of corn at 175 for October delivery The cereal has taken such an upward shoot that when delivering time comes corn is liable to bo worth in the neighborhood- of 5 a barrelMr C J Fitch sold Wednesday to Joe E Smith of Indianapolis 10 head of Shorthorn cattle at 130 per head They were a splendid bunch Jessamine Journal A Robertson county farmer Is trying an experiment in corn culture We speak detasselally known the tassel is the male and the silk the female part of the plant Each altoTnato row is topped thus leaving onehalf to for tilize the remainder there being suf flcient pollen left for the whole It is on the principle of topping tobacco the strength that would otherwise go to Fupport the reproductive orcans is kept for the growth and sustenance of the rest of the plant It is said to In crease the yield onethird An exchange gives the following remedy which is said to be a sure cure for gaps Take onehalf pint of lard and one teaspoonful of coal oil one tea spoonful of turpentine one of carbolic acid anti one tablespoonful of sulphur mix this all together As soon as the chicken hatches take them ont of the nest and take about one drop on your finger and rub the top of their heads and the little holes in their bills I call the noso and wrap them in flannels until she gets through hatching Before you put the hen with the chickens grease her on the back If you will take the trouble to dothis you have no gaps It is best to sprinkle a tea spoonful of sulphur on the eggs when yon set the hen This year the Government has made arrangements to double the amount of seeds furnished the Congressman and will also throw in fifty trees to each representative These trees will be of different varieticsselected particularly with a view to suiting the climate in which they will be grown Many of these will be nut trees such as pecans and other varieties which will grow in this country Secretary Wilson deter mined to distribute the trees with hope of implanting a love of trees in the breastof the people and inciting them to follow the example set by the department PS well as to have a permanent showing for the money expended fn addition to the trees distributed 33300 3U3 packages of seed Viii be distributed Each Congressman will have at his disposal 14000 packages of vegetable seeds 400 of flowers 110 of tobac co 400 of cotton 30 of lawn grass 25 of sugar beets 60 of forage crops 220 bulbs Id strawberries and 40 of grapes The strawberries will be of new and rare varieties and the grapes are yet to be selected 3Ir STERLING Cpunr According to the Advocate there were about 1000 cattle on the market at Mt Sterling court day Quality common with a few exceptions Trade was better than last court but nt prices a little lower One bunch of 2yearold rattle sold at 4ci yearlings at 31 to 4c heifers at 3 to SUCj cows at 2 to 2c bulls at 3c About 1000 or 1200 sheep for sale gOQdleWeing 3 Moat sales at about 2 A few 125lb hogs sold at 5 to 5c There Perfect HealthIs within the reach of almost every woman The weakness nervousness and irritabihty from which so many women is in general due to dis organisniWhenhealth is reestablished Prescriptionmakeswomen well It promotes regularity euIeebUngdrainsbeals curs female weakness When these diseases arecuredheadacbebaCkachen- ervousness and weakness are cured also SI was v y west and nerrai when I com Prescription B9OxCordsttffcriag for scren low moeltu and had taken medicine from s physician all the time but It MyotnschWOuldMtimes was not able to do any of own house work had to keep help all the time JJIY J uaUyYOIII medJdnn tut the Srit buStle MlDIed tq PreiaerfpljouaUo two vial of Dr Pierce Pteassnt Pellets 1whouy c j Mlj8t tthM was a goodsized crowd at the pens with sonietibuyern from other States considerationI fully 200 broken ismles on this market IGhand roam mule at S150 5i mules ntitld to135 35hand and under at from fSO to 100 A good many sold at these prices Mr Newman of York muleslBntllast week at torn 23 tri3G per head Horses about as usual No fine ones sold K WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sun AH doctors have tried to euro CA TARRH by the nso Of powders avid ptses milliters and drugs in pastefonn Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes caning them to crack pen a tut bleed The powerful ZtCi- lSitdin th inhalers have entirely eaten Iartay the sani membranes that their makers luwe aimed to cure while pastes arid ointments cannot reach the disease r An old and experienced practitioner who has for ninny years made a close study lla specialty Oi thIS trent ment of CATAltlltl has at lallllaerfect ed n Treatment which used not only relieves at once but pcrnaneiitly euros CATARRH by re moving the valise stopping tIe dis charges and curing ion his the onlyreinody known to science iilmt aiitunllyrairlips the afflicted parts Tliis wonderful remedy is known as iriNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH lURE antI is soll at tho extremely low price of One liullareach package containing internal and exter nat medicine sufficient for a full month treatment and everything necessary tots nse perfectCATAItRII LOW recognized as tho ouly safe an j positive cure for that annoying and dis Kuutim disease It cures all inflamma Lion quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully qnickto relieve II AY FEVER or COLt in the HEAD CATARRH when netrlpcted often leails to CONSUMPTION SNUF FLES will save you ifyounsu it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is positively anyfornidirections which accompany each package Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the reanlar price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address In the United States or Canada on rccript of One Dollar Address Dept C 059 ED WIN H GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imavlyr Mr Roosevelt is said to have gone west after coyotes That name bids fair to become popular as attached to Republican delegates Roosevelt had gone south it would have been sure to stick P T Thomas Sumlervllle Ala 11 was suffering from drspepsia when I DyspepsiaCuredigest anything Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is tho only preparation containing all the natural digestive fluids It girts- weak stomachs entire rest restoring- their natural condition Perry Thomas For our part wo see nothing humor ous about the action ol that Indiana judge in fining a man SI for calling another a Mark Hanna It ought to be made a felony If the action of your bowels is not easy and regular serious complications must be the final result DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers will remove this anger Safe pleasant and effective Perry Thomas Now it is said that Sampson is too ill to testify before the Court of Inquiry Perhtapshe is but it will bo curiously lucky for the Navy department H he cannot be crossexamined Eruptions cuts burns scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healedby DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Certain cure for piles Beware of Counterfeits Be sure you get the orijinnlDeWittsPerry Judging from his recent experience the next time any one presents Uncle Sam with a Fourth of July present he will study over it for a while before he begins to celebrate In cases of couch or give the little one One Minute Cough Cure Then rest easy and have no fear The child will be all right in a little while It never taut Pleasant to take always safe sure and almost instantaneous iu effect Perry Thomas HERE is another sample of Repub lican honesty 1 which can be put in the stone pigeonhole with Captain Carters peculations and Neeleys misappropriation According to a Washington dispatch the Treasury Department has received information charging that the govern ment has lost millions of dollars in custom duties through false invoices as to the weight and value of silks im ported from Japan It Is alleged that Silk Examiner Brown receives 8000 a year from n New York importing firm for undervaluing their silk invoices and tllafh also receives pay irolDan other silk concern The editor of the Columbus Press Post wishes it to be understood that he Is not responsible for anything that appears in Ms paper which is really run by n Teporters union which threatens to discharge him If he isnt good Libel suits will soon bring that paper to an inglorious end If Attorney General Knox who drew the Steel Trust charter has finished his announced investigation into the workings of that corporation the Washington Knights of Labor would like him to take some action The Knights it will be observed are sin jularly innocent and confiding people That Now Hampshire banker who was pardonedin order that he might die at home is said to be perking np wonderfully But then he is only one more bankor pardoned after all j among so many set free by McKinley why carp over this one Uncle Sam bought two transports thelicPbereon and the Terry for350 000 paid 5500000 in repairs etc oa theta and has now eold them for 40 000 Yjet sore people actually believe that nobody connected with the navy got richdurlnKthe war Where on earth did the artists get the idea that workmen all wear equate paper bats atichi as they are depicted with in every paper in the land No American workman ever wore such a thing Sampson it seems IS trying to secure an alibi at this inveetixalibn M ho did sjt thflbfcttfe Somebody ought to try a RttreatmeflLQII him Th f t Bti p4ry Qhi Docv- itoru exee f far fat Jkn8i1nacJ P04k YfttW fo toi1KtltlfWh tii D f n tPATENTSJliibj M KE AS TO PATENTABILITY AgeI FREE E jLetterll in1ii Atlantic 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write to R HFOWLER Trav Pass Act I O R R Louisville Ky 6reatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Year For 1 1 5O The OHIO FARMER Cleveland 0 is the best agricultural live stock market and home weekly journal in this country For every member of the family It tells how to make the farm pay and the home happy It has 20 pagesMostpractllnJeditorsNo wideawake farmer will he with journaltwiUAddress Climax Printing Co- llicltmondKy Great Summer Excursions e Via The Burlington Route l The liiirlington otters the cheapest excursion rates to tho West and Northwest that have ever been made The conditions are so varied that one should write the General Passenger Agent or ask the neatest ticket agent its to detail etc Very Cheap West Daily to Colorado Utah Bla k Hills at about Half Rates and from August to 10th and September Jilt to 10th Irse than half rates round trip to Colorado mil Utah such as only 21 St IJfluis- to DtJtvon and rettrn- iHomeSeekers 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with all the pores of the berry hermetically scaled Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get ArbucklesRoasted Coffee lot It Is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind i goes further besides being better flavored more satis fyingYou wffl find a lito Mefnl artS des In each package of Aibacilcs Coffee A te put of one of thee articles becoBMS yoas when you buy the coffee Tha one you select haM the list will be aent you on condition that you send to cur Notion Department a certain number of figmtiizes cut from tovnppcxs- ARBUCKLC BROS Notion Dept flew York CKy NY r lly1Ni1o11c forW om n East End Pittsburg Pa ThoroughCollegePreparatory courre Music Art Situation combine beauty and space ot country with golfForRev Chalmers Martin D D Pres 2IJnly3m ++++CALL AT +++ + JONES MERSH01L SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedby dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tsp Phone 3 Second St RlOnJOND KY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or digestantcan aproach it In efficiency It in pennanentJycuresDysP6p8ia Sour Stomach SlckHcadacheGastralgiaCrampeanawi Prepared by E C DeWlttCa clcasoFor sale by Perry Thomas BAKERII lib L ADJUSTABLE SThis unique table Is indeed household necessity It Incaily and substantially made and besides being a very valuable piece of furniture It is an ornament to any HANDSOME BOOK containing prices and fully illustrating and describing this perfect device for comfort mailed free to any address Write forMt today- J R BAKER SONS CO loo Wnyne Street KENDALLV1UE INDIANA IDjuoGtn FCCoRSETMake American Beauties We have them in all styles and- shapcsto fit very 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5 Per Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Five Cents on every PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR And take Special Notice that the Merchants who belong to this Association are the mot wide awake and keep the best selected Stock of Goods ati l thw prices are the LOWEST PrintingJDrugsCovingtonk SimmonsmlIardware ArnierJewelryllobson Dentist 8may2m eiMinprlbalneed hnnlpr Hardware Farming Implimenls Consumers DOLLAR Merchant CASH MyersL Owen McKre W SOIdham Covington Banks LtwIJohn AllmannRichmond Carriage fJ ufl4LONE DOLLAR A YEAR AT COST a One 4Hole Puritan Wickless OIL STOVESWith Oven Two Insurance Gasoline Staves TWO Refrigerators We desire to reduce our stock of Cast Cook Stoves and Ranges And will offer same at a reduced price for the next THIRTY DAYS to 1 SEE OUR Chattanooga Disc Plow IAND lic ftiipr DI Q WBBA TDRILt ff+ff+ Before You Buy nUUCLA SIMMONS 11U1flltJSl IIJJtIlIQ JJlrLEJllftS cm