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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 pc = r TthZMECHMOND CLIMAXa1i- 1i itw I Fr = 1901lPROFESSIONAL CARDS A7T03NSY3 RVI MILLER ArroatzYATLAW- RcHMoco Kusfioorr Once n the Burnam Building next door to iII rs National Bank febSly J SVLLrv ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op osilo Court House on Main Street jT A II M OHENAULT ITTOIINEYS AT 1AW- p MONI KENTUCKY iiTie on S Hond street over Chen ts grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatZawIU- HMOSD KENTUCKY tsTOffico over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLOI18 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY gf Office over Thurman Grocery CompsnyCa PHYSICIANS URS GIBSON GIBSON IllmCTANS ANQSURQEONS r MIIKII de KKNTUCJCY the oe nrJint building and MSec flct Wane old drat note s I HAS C HOOKER Graduate Ontario Veterinary Collt e Vctfriuwy Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty uiOtice at in tab1e on corner Flnt and aur Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly If C JASPER M J ilcilifiine ROIl Snnrery Olhrp Prallwr Building Malff Street Irrihoni qt resilience the Rrrilaceloa Bro rtway KUHMOSU KkNTlJCKY EVANS M D GW PiivsIcIANAND SuuaoN UiLHMilND y KENTUCKY DEUTL UItGETkt a DENTIST or LoaisviLLB auOmce next door to Government Building RichmSod Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 uoTl7ly Dr Louis IL Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No Madison Avenue covington Ky will be at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY SEPT 11 1901 returning every second Wednesday 0 each month Ileference every physician of Richmond Ky wayMyri Practice limited W the diseases ofthe eyeJT Our Goods Z r Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial m IBJ J f3 i mtmhll- iIDm Dj ml1 Bl The ladies cannot be decehedl by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hhiteANDW GiDson I am agent for the VPage Wire Fence JAnd will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tines Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs tOe sale TC01jKlrknllle ImaYly VILEY 1 TH- ECTA1OR Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES III material shape and finish his Kariiieiita are unsnrpaased He has Jut received an elegauTIot of 1MBL3tFro- mNew Y Jrk anrf tJeeJrea tO raeke you an uptodata SPRIXtJ SUiT llyallthrlhUufteasily the eqaal of W1AIIW4W-Uy tailor west ot New Yerk c TRY HIM f fJ W VILEY MAIN St LFXINOTQN KY- 13fb1y k Ch ri JEWELRY i4JC The largest stock in central Kentucky be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and + Swiss Watches also jIf1 Diamond Setting and fine 1 Jewelry Work done by +++ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS DealaningHave you Seen The Historic Patent of Bryan Station representing Indian times ily Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 B KYI3tebIy GREAT THE HINDEPORESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man of Me resultLanJlOSse5causedbyerrctsofyouth Young Men regain Man Itgivesn man for business or marriage Easily carried in 6EoxesLabyinallJnpla1npack snarantce DR JMlt OUARJIA Pds For sale by Stccklon Bagan Druggists iy f p Successor to J WAzbiU liwy M and Sals EtUe IRVINE ST NEAB METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch7tL KENTUCKY We are no5i dyto- show yon bur 1 im mense stock of latest designs in Wall Piperfor Summer and Fall trade Comprising many o ofr pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices ar- eJust Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying youn Wall Pa per We take pleasure in vaifihg upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER CO LEEDS Painter and Decorator IWL PHONE 75 SOUTHERN IttILL WIlY IN NTUiC- kMsud Scsdi Is tllIt Nij II L4rrB0UED NJNO Ii NoK- Lv LouLsvUle 6m t3puI t4tp Ar he1bjT1I1S9lOam pm DOp- mU IreneebgO5OM GJI6ps Az Vera1l1 ef7pm Oipm- M IALtWon16am lp Io3a- pwpaTOND NO6 No L tLr Leakgto I3OIU iiapm l5aa- 7MamAr V w IiGItIm Ii 3bam 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fleeircele1nl JfeIII- lIA 4sMy 1o aM iS4aUy1- 4atw yime Xlsdle Xk- aM 7rytSii7 i laMsr- a oi 3S51 O4ISS1S puuoiiivraG1XJK aix wati WNSS D4 A wszTuaJP- w1I JA Laqg1 X i k Banker Morgan at His Pesk Any one may watch J rierpcntMpr Kan almost any day as he sits alibis desk in his famous AVall street office The great financier during the greater part of each day sits before an open window a few feet above the pavement and in plain view of the throngs which surge up and down Broad street No treubiejlnrecognizing the great financier his strong gestures and various mannerisms idcntifyJtiim instantly And no ono who has once seen him ever forgets him His desk is at the fourth Will do on the Broad street side of his offices counting from Wall street When his window is pen it is usually replaced with a large lilck scron IThe white marble pillars before tbis serve as a frame for liisrre markablo living picture Mr Morgan sits before a flat desk usually display ing only his side face to the public gaze His gestures are slrongahd characteristic however that it isrf 8sible to tell from a consderabledis tance what is employing his time When for example he is RWH toesitting well forward on the desk befoie wrijITgWhoii s10wlydownward the gesture over and over again Another very characteristic mannerism which every one who has met him will probably remnmber is his habit when disturbed of pushing hla mustache up with iiia thumb and first finger As he becomes excited ho repeats this tea turo more and more vigorously- Mr Moruaii may often be seen with his arm resting on his desk and star ing Blralglif nlrendoChl jo t of the windpw ft is an indication that he is very deeply absorbed In reading a letter the financier either sits far back in his chair which is a sign that he is not particularly interested or be sits uprightTheall however ii probably his habit of twirling hisjilnssPB Iris pictures al ways hoW him with his eyeglasses hanging III front of him In ordinary constantlytwirlsNew York World Editors and Authors A lively interest is being manifested in the Congress of Editors and Au SeptemberFall Festival Association People who llorpbaWhenRedemption of David CorsonaA Dream of Empire My Friend from Indiana They that took the Sword arid similar popular books will enjoy seeing the authors and such men as Henry Watterson MuraL Ilalstead and John R Mcl cnn who will be there ft will be a notable gathering the first of representative writers and editors of the section The people of the Ohio Valley are proud of their writers and maters of newspapers and books and the enterprise of tho Cincinnati Fall Festival Association in bringing the affair about is to be very generally commended CitySeptember Progress in Medicine Medical science grows apace with civilization and among the leading remedies one that combines all the results of scientific stutdy up to the present time and is put up in convenient and economical form easy to carry is the famous Cascarets Fivo years ago marked the time of the sale of the first box Last year the sale reached the enormous total of over six million boxes In this hustling every edjwtUisbowels and keep them regular Cas carets acts on the liver just enough to help nature without causing that awful sick weakening feeling that usually follows the taking of calomel and vio lent purges We hope our readers who have never tested the merits of Cas calets will give them a good trial We like them berauro we believe in them andbecause we know they are good The Louisville School Board haatidop ted a rulu that after this year no married woman shall be employed in the Louisville public schools except in case where incontestable proof shall be submitted showing the husband to be physically incapable of supporting her And the marriage of any female teacher shall terminate at once her employment Rock a=Bye Baby These are sweet words but how much pain and suffering they used to mean Its different now Since Mothers Friend has become known expectant mothers have been spared much of the anguish of childbirth Mothers frier ia liniment to be appUed externally It Is rubbed thoroughly Into the snuscles oltha abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they respond quickly and easily without pain Mothers Friend is never taken Internally Internal remedies at this time do mere harm than good If a woman Is supplied with this uptewKd JW neat sha Be MVM fektf rM c or aeb1g breuits m sickness or any bIied- iomfortswklcbi usually acoon any prog IYoDCJ Th prOpCIMt of lire Mtet R Tamy flkwrlca Hyyrit JawNltIIMw- ith Iter fint eftM Ourims her 0- 4uyMothessFMi4 es iiesd aM the baby wa bora UIIly the eeeter arrived HsOMlaiiriyMetM rUtM4lests1 te4rICRwe C p gi4s- MBDLD iIATOP Oitf biaWrite r Government Jobs AB a great many young men think if they get a government job they will live on flowry betsofease the remaind er of their days we reprint the follow ing from the pen of Harry Glovannolli who is in Washington holdingdawn the job of secretary to Commissioner Yerkes In a recent Issue of the Danville Advocate Mr OIovannolli says Would you advise a young man or a young woman to enter the govern ment service ia another question I wouldnt advise them one way or another Some have found govern ment jobs stepping stones to higher places others have found them curses There are men in the government ser vice in Washington who have worked In the departments for nearly half a century Besides their desks in their little rooms they are as deeply burled as are the Trappist monks at Gethse mane Capable at one time of devel- opIng into men of intellectual strength and independent action they have now become so dulled and stagnated by years of routine and monotony that they are mere machines and were the chiefs of their bureaus to issue orders declaring that hereafter Sundays should follow Wednesdays they would o k the orders and send them on down to those of inferior rank without a moments hesitation and without doubting that the calendar would be upsetANTITOXIN fOR SWINE DISEASES fromStatulaHDoVauxments and ttndr succeeded in Isolating the true SerumAntitoxin000 400hogstheAntitoxinprice on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of absolutelypreventwill tMvt at least SSferceat In case of failure refundedofhogstobetreatedOne ounce vial sufficient for six hogs SUO ChemIcatCompany132laprly Sid Darling 1012 Howard St Port Huron writes I have tried manyPills ant laxatives but DeWitts Little Early Risers are far the best pulL I have ever used They never gripe Perry Thomas There is a man in New York who is seeking notoriety on the ground that he still lives although his spine is broken Thats nothing There are lots of highly placed Republicans who still live although they never had any backbone at nilor at the best only a chocolate eclair one ysIOoUKhCureelse during that time Best Cough Cure Perry Thomas Admiral Sampsons friends are defending him on the ground that ho did not write that Fourth of July present dispatch If Admiral Sampson per mitted an underling to send the news of such an event without submitting the dispatch to him he thereby proved himself unfitted for the high place con fided to him A never failing cure for cuts burns DeWtttssoothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the genuine Perry Thomas One of the chief obstacles to Cuban annexation is being removed The Sugar trust is now investing 15000 000 in sugar plantations there G o W Lane Pewamo Mich writes Your Kodol Cure is the best remedy for indigestion and stomach trouble that I ever used For years Isuffered from dyspepsia at times compelling me to stay in bed and causing completelycuredrecommending it to friends who suffer payforpaid Perry Thomas 6 General News Frank Jacks a poor farmer of Madi son county Ala unearthed on his farm a pot containing over 20000 in gold Robert 0 Evans United States Dis trict Attorney for Minnesota who was a candidate for the United States Son ate to succeed the late Senator C K Davis is dead Miss Maude Coleman Wood who was voted the most beautiful woman in America and whose profile adorns all the medals awarded by the PanAmeri can Exposition is dead A negro who outraged and murdered a white woman near WinchesterTenri was captured and despite assurances of a prompt trial was taken from the jail bya mob and burned at the stake The negro confessed his crime Three Knights Templar attended the Conclave last week in Louisville from Honolulu having traveled over four thousand miles for the purpose of giving Honolulu Commandery No 1 its first representation at a Triennial Conclave The French flag was hauled down froffl over the embassy of Prance in Constantinople when M Coastans rt and it will not be hoisted a until diplomatic Mrs 1tion8arereetoredI New York vain attempt to see John L Sullivan atI life saloon she called on Police Co attempteelcondition of New Yorks morals A whitn Hn was convicted at We tiimpka AJ of being a m amber of a mob which lynched a negro aad Wal iVee a life sentence ia prkea The jjeetfsed made ao defense and told Ute court the fall detail oi the lyaefepg naming the meaben ef the Mob Two tsarOB trial mad few etben are yet to be tried Others accused hue disappeared TIle Steel Treet has iejJrR4I JIOWBced tI04IfiIk aaW Derate 18 Star plant lit PHteimigtwo 0lieeptviUiy eowjHoafee and that aU peace piopoeata exeept aa maeoodltio al Mmwier wtA be TefrrteiL On tka other band PnMmt Bhifcr disiam that the litMttioR Is entirely tatMtee =ToC i wI4chi brow ahadM will beWtod la autuimi gowns and bonnets DOCTORS IcuredlMatXeloflewontdoft Doctors say Scotts Emulsion nstGontinueweather If you sampleSCOTT409415 Furl Street New York SIC al tutor all druggist New York Fashions The favorite shirt waist is of pure white developed in Swiss or sheer lawn and daintily treated will needle work or fin estlace A chic new hat has a Marie Stuart indentation directly in front which makes the brim form a heartshaped aureole round the face Gowns of wash silk are very smart They present a delightful assemblage of wee ruffles lace insertions and lines o5 ribbon velvet Small loose unlined boleros are the fancy of the monent Mercerized goods continue to be im mensely popular Mercerized chambray makes lovely gowns One of the daintiest gowns imagina ble shown by Lord Taylor Is of wash silk It is of pompadour pattern with white wound scattered with pink flowerettes and blue spots Two tiny foot frills bordered with black bebe ribbon velvet finish the skirt Similar velvet edges the bolero and the whole gown shows many insertions of light blue lace tucked and outlined with creamtinted lace There are no startling novelties in belts though leather specimens are moat in evidence Seal patent leather and alligator skins are most popular Some belts are in fancy colors to match the costume Mitts are worn for general purposes during midsummer but fashionable occasions call tor Suede gloves with long wrists Allblack gowns in gauze grenadine or other diaphanous weaves are con sidered very chic by good dressers Parasols are cKtremely aesthetic The advantages of a rose tinted lining are so obvious that if not used in its entirety a layer of thin rosesilk is in serted between the cover mid lining so a roseate tinge will be thrown over the features The dinner dance gown has either high neck and short sleeves or vice versaNo other object in nature or art can take the place of the R G corset in the esteem of ladies who are familiar with its manysided and comprehensive excellence They revel in tile comfort of it and are proud of its manUold points of grace and style A very pretty material is white voile showing hemstitched edge of colored batiste surmounted by a band of em broidery IH dainty hues Black silk sashes are worn with white linen gowns Elbow sleeves are worn by ladies beautyfavored in the forearm Most every daintygown one sees is completed by a fichu folded around the bodice falling off the shoulders and knotted in the middle or at the left side EVELYN CABLE A Special Offer To introduce it quickly into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week from now until January 1 1902 including the big Christmas number on receipt of 35 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marion Reedy con tains the best independent polieal arti cles stock and financial articles dramatic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you The sooner your order is received the longer you receive the paper Sub scribe today For sale by all news dealers Five cents per copy 2 per year Write for sample copies THE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo Maysville Fair September 4 6 6 and 7th Greatest Fair of the year THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH DRUNKARDS ARE BEING CURED DAILY IN SPITE OF THEM SELVIS Nt Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant anti Positive Care for the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use ef intoxicat ing aires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving for intoxicants may now cure publlcitYorwonderful HONE GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many olciose stud and treatment Of accordingtoery is positively guaranteed cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards Into sober industrious and right men WIVIS CUBE YOUR HUS BANDSI I CHILDREN CUBE YOUR FATHERS II This remedy is innoeease a noitram but Is a specific akxlIfullydevedthoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taete so that it can be given la a caoft- ea or eoffea without the knowledge oft parse taking it Thounis of DraakardB UMWHIVM with this prioeteea remedy aad m many more have been cured and aa4e tem gerate Bwa by having the CUBE ad IOTIDrfrIeBdhadrelaUwlthOut theydiseontirtuedwill DO NOT WAIt Do DOtDe de dhiKll11menteMeaod for all time The HOME zteeselyIeverybody a treaUaeat tingto 86 pack Special adrice b skitIed- pItya4Csia who teqaestod witlwut ex etprspsidtonypsrto1tb Ad1s DtDtO 960 KDWIK B QnJKA tJOMPlSY JS90 8dJI3t Itaitd rtret Philadelphia Alt eorreapQDdeoce eoiMen tial n liaaylyr yt1 LATE STATE NEWS Culled from our Exchanges Col Ed Porter Thompsons daughter and two grandchildren were fatally in jured and his wife and niece seriously hurt in a runaway acc lent near Frank fort Large numbers of pearls are being found along the banks of Little River near Caledonia 16 miles west of Hop kinsvl lie Several huntingparties have been oiganized Three hundred armed union miners are said to be camped near Nortonvllle Hopkins county and it is said will begin a determined campaign againt nonunion miners Mayor Duncan of Lexington ap peared before the committee which is investigating the alleged gambling scandals and denounced the entire in vestigation as a plan 10 bring his ad ministration into disrepute Then and Now In days long ago in the six ties yon know whe- nGrandma went walking she held her skirts just so What would she say if she saw girls today with skirtsclutched soUght ly they alllook this way Politics Dill Kentucky ever send to the U S Senate a politician whosestatesmanship was represented by a tubful of stomach and a thimbleful of brains Future generations will read of snoring Defcoe as the only thing that ever happened that disgraced a fair Commonwealth Valley View Argent Chairman Allie Young decides that tin action of the Paris City CoramiUee in declaring the reoent primary for city offices void was illegal and says in substance that the ticket headed by D C Parrish is legalI3 nomination until the contest sot up by J L McClure and others is decided on its merits lIe declares that the call for the primary for August 22 is illegal and calls it off The Man that Hustles Take off your hat to the man that hustles Respect dignified labor lIon or the wage worker it matters not where or how whether with the spade or pen in field or bank He that by brawn or brain honestly and faithfully performs his part is entitled to and should command the respect of all men Worth not wealth honesty not honor truth not titles should always be received at par value The truly cultured man or woman is never aristo cratic in the common acceptation of the word Only the vainly ignorant or accidentally rich belittle true worth unless presented in a gold binding The Modem View of Life Ella Wheeler Wilcox In New York Journal Over and over and over These truths I will weave in song That Gods great plan needs you and me That Will Is greater than Destiny And that love moves the world along However mankind nay doubt it It thai listen and hear my creed That God may ever be found within That the worship of self Is the only sin And the only devil Is greed Over and over and over These truths I will say and alpg That Love mightier tar than Hate That a mans own Thought Is a mans own Fat And that LIfe Is a goodly thing Reflections of a Bachelor Tho surest way for a man to get married is to make up his mind not to It is bettor to have kissed and kised the wrong one than never to have kissed atallThe man that a woman can hate with a holy hatred is the man she has nev er been able to tempt from treating her with respect It is a bad woman who devotes her self to social duties to the neglect of her child It is a foolish woman who devotes herself to her child to the neglect of everything else Simple Life of Presdent Mc Kinley ExGovernor Francis of Miseewi went to Canton to see the President and in an interview expressed his admiration for a man who wielding the influence of the Chief Magistrate of this country lives in an unoretentioos cottage in an inland towu drives around and talks to the farmers about crops etc and all without a bodyguard or any of the frills and fol derols that seem inseparable front greatness Money is Hard to Destroy An eccentric Minneapolis millionaire has left a will directing that lite money be burned How can it beT Gold wont burn and the value of aay paper teamed will simply revert to the Uailed States or to the bank that is sued ItThe only way money can be destroyed is hy throwing the metal overboard in mWoaeaa Why doemt soweese btlvg salt to ooaspel the Internal Revenue Bureau to redeem reveMaa stamps without the expensive and vexatiooe reetrfetieaa it throws about the e ftlTIHe rMke- artees Merely thoKe of a bareatienrf thev are uterlytweaean The latott netbed of harveetrftg hay hi to cut it wiih a selfMttter In this Wii lt 1 patpili btkltes sad rore eney to hawlte tbaf Ja Weold way = 1 h h h s F If + 80th SemiAnnual H- UMBE11 tE 71 F IC1ernceOf the Reliable Clothing House of Louis Straus Leading Clothing House of Kentucky I4O Years of Honorable Dealings I Prices into Smithereens Cost not Considered Alfred Benjamin Clothing Included in this Sale 1 Our 1200 1000 and 800 Suits at + 399 All 1500 Suits now 999 + 500 Mens Linen Suits Former Price 350 now J24 + m it J000 Pair of Boys Wash Pants now 10 cents + + Flannelette Coats and Pants 199 1 Our 35c Undershirts and Drawers at 19 cents I Largest s livingSpecial ffi a Richard Shryock Cutter LouIs GUS STRAus + LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS +LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 71 eE ffi 717I 71 71 J 71 4r LIONCOFFEEA to fOR MARING OF any is save money is and is or to hide In every package LION you will find a fully and descriptive list No housekeeper in fact no woman yuan boy girl will fail find in the list some article which will contribute to their comfort and and which they may have by simply cutting out a of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one sealed packages which is the only form in which this excellent Is sold WOOLSON SPICE TOLEDO OHIO HAIR 1H f So many persons have Jha tissl- ubborn and dull ltwont IWhthe reason Hair needs help just as anything else does at times roots re quire feeding When hair stops wowing it I se sits luster It looks dead hair The vigorlacts almost instantly on such hair It awakens new life in the bulbs The astonishingYour conies thicker andal1- dandnilfisremoved the original coIOrJf early lire is restored to faded or gray hair This is always the case bottle AH ctrexghti HI hive M d Ayse s haIr Vigor a4 am rmMy wteotrted at rialrfcert toMe i MietMd L MR eostae teeeei4 H l J8r ftMHL MATTIC HOLT pL Iwi IhIrSilf U itfi1 Itk riMl J + 4 + 15 yyyyyy71 7117171 S1eGus F TBS A Tablespoonful a Cup ia THI RULE corrce f BUT A TABLESPOONFUL OF LionCoffeevill of other kind Here where you USE LION COFFEE Always insist upon getting it LION COFFEE absolutely pure not a coffee which glazed or coated with egg mixtures chemicals in order imperfections e of COFFEE illustrated or to happiness convenience certain number pound coffee CO hair SI the o- Peopiesnd Is he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furniture includes Bed Room Suites t Iron Beds t Folding Beds Rockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs it I 4++ EyerytIIgTJJoRom 1+ + +++ + + IS Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Ily31ty KENTUCKY YIGORIEI NAUET1C IEIY1XE IIIE 11atibV5OCbeeaRaaftDewagIi HlI1j I For Rubber 8AL AT r tTheRichmond Climax J O CHENATJLT Proprietor A D MILLER Manager RLEE DAVIS EdltM t WEDNESDAY SEPT 4 1901 c ftU UISUEDIvrilV WEDNESDAY BT j The Climax Printing Go DEMOCRATIC TICKET ft FOB COUHTT JODOB- N B TOBPIN COU3TX iTTOBXEV 4oR TEVIS COBB FOB SHERIFF JOHN P WAGERS ron JAILBU JAMES a LACKEY ron COUNTY CLBBE I JESSE COBB i FOB RSraKSEXTATlV- ECHASL sEAtiov rOH SCHOOL StTEKIJJTEXDEXT J W WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOB SURVEYOR SF ROOK FOB CORONER CLIFF SAMUELS ron uiTon DAVID R TEVIS TON POLICE JUDGE II 0 RICE FOB CITY ATTOEKBT J TALBOT JACKSON FOR CHIRP OF POUCH J HALLMAN e MAOUTKATC D P ARMER I roE CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMAN J COVET HOCS- BJW Bales WL Leeds 4CITY HALL E H Bybee UNIVERSITY C Q Douglas W L Arnold THREE hundred thousand people wit nessed the grand parade of the Knights Templar at Louisville last Tuesday Which was the most brilliant and im DosIng pageant ever seen in the Falls Qity Thirty thousand plumed Knights anti eighty bands of music were in lino among the latter the famous Marine Band of Washington Perhaps tho most splendid showing tints made by tho California comman dory whose equipments glittered with jjelJ In the parade the Richmond flonnnandery was combined with that 4f Paris and headed by the Riehmood Military Band made a Imndsemo appear dice The competitive drill Wedics lay at Churchill Downs between seven crack drill corps of the United States was won by the Denver Comimandery tho prize being a magnificent sterling silver banquet of 34 pieces valued at 3000 The second prize was awarded St Bernard Commandery Of Chicago San Francisco gets the next Conclave which will be held in September 1001 AUin all It was a great event for Louisville and well did Bhp demon 8trated her capacity to take care of a big crowd and to show the Tlsiters a sample of genuine Kentucky hospital itS i The CourierJournal of Friday has this to say of the Richmond delega tion So many came in the Richmond Commandery that quarters could not be secured at one place for all and the commandery divided Itself into two parts but they were only separated by a street Some of the members of the commandery are at the residence of Sir Knight R S Moses of DeMolay Commandery229 East Gray and others are stopping with Mrs Tyler 226 East Gray The entire party has exceeding ly comfortable quarters in a delightful neighborhoodand every one is charmed with the conclave The officers of Richmond Commander are D R Tevis Eminent Com mander J B Douglas Generalissimo 8 Neville Moberloy Captain General J A Higgins Recorder Allen Zaring Senior Warden RIt Burnam Treas c1 F1BroorCo11 LEXINGTON KY 1 Book AiiiCases r We have an unusual large assortment of Book Cases at this timein fact we have too e inanythe way we are cutting the prices show better than we II can tell you r r f t JJ4 Np 02G Combination Book Case and Writing Desk large and v roomy and very handsome t y V finished in Golden Oak 20 I inlaidIJ with fancy l i V and stylish 1900 1 jNo 023 Real Mahogany reproduction of old style colonial period l f V Has Desk with drawers be low and Book Case above 3rv 21 iC II J 2j buys a combination Case in Oak Vt and Mahogany finish with I Desk fancy Mirror and lots of room 41L 4 11Is4YY0tJ pC1FiBrowei Co1- qH i AIK AND BROADWAY ti liXXlKGTON 1LT I urer Irvine Azbill Standard Bearer James Hamilton Warder and ED Ballard Captain of thd Guard Miss Julia HigRlns a handsome blonde is sponson Miss Higgins has four maWs of honor Miss Sallie Shack elford Miss Ann Bennett Miss Sue Hume and Miss Margaretta Smith Mesdames T T Covington L B Blan ton Job Long J W Zaring D R Tevis and Mrs Murrell chaperon the sponsors and maids of honors and the following Richmond society girls Miss Edleth Searcy Miss May Ballard Mis ses Bessie and Kate Coylugton The Richmond Commander distin guished itself by bringing as a sort of musical escort the Richmond Military band sixteen pieces under tho leadership of Bandmaster Mitchell one of the best band leaders in Kentucky The Sir Knights who came with the coin- manderyare J M Poyutz William Bennett CL Searcy S LMldkiff Dr Bosley Shelby Jett Claude Smith E F Sharp J W Radcliff J L Philips E C Mahan A R Mahan W R Shackelford R C Stockton RCole 0 D Anderson George D Simmons D P Armer T T Covington James Burnam D CSwab Dr Scott Robert Hanis JP Simmons and J T Long HzxcEroBTH eloping couples from Kentucky on matrimony bent will have to direct their steps to some other point besides Jeffersonville Ind as knottying at that famous Gretna Green is now a thing of the past Attorney General Taylor of Indiana has decided that the issuing of license to nonresidents is illegal and stated that the clerk issuing the license and tho officer or minister solemnizing such a marriage were liable under the law No more license will be issued to nonresidents MB E B SMITH for years owner and editor of the Kentucky Colonel at Livingston has bought the Semi weekly Pantagraph of this city and took charge Monday Editor Smith is a forceful writer a trained journalist and a clever gentleman who will be a valuable accession to Richmond news paper circles and we gladly welcome him to full degree fellowship He will reside here but still continue to run the Colonel POLITICS Judge Cochran has appointed Calvin M Fackler a Danville lawyer United States Commissioner for the Eastern district of Kentucky The Burnams 01 Madison want the whole thing A R Burnam is an Ap pellate Judge C F Burnam is State Senator T S Burnam has just bean nominated for representative and E T Burnam for county attorney Afather and three sons There is another son RR Burnam who has not been provided for which is probably an oversight of the Republicans Possibly they are saving him for Mayor of Rich mond Stanford Interior Jour- nalPERSONAL Mrs W S Isenhardt is visilingfrieuds in Danville Miss Minnie Wagers is visiting Miss Annie Wagers near Irvine Col W R Dillion of Livingston was here yesterday on business Mr R C II Covington went to Cin cinnati yestcrday on business Miss Elizabeth Embry is visiting in ParisSenator J 31 Thomas of Ford was here Saturday enroute to Estill Springs MrJ and Mrs J T Jones of Spears is visiting Mrs W S Jones this week Miss Mabel Letton has returued from a pleasant visit to relatives at Frank fortMiss Katherine Schmidt is in Cincin nati selecting her fall and wister mil lineryMessrs Jas Wagers and Richard Lackey spent several days in Irvine last week Col John R Gibson is back from a pleasant sojourn at Crab Orchard SpringsMr M Wallace of Camp Point Ill is visiting the family of Mr John C MasonMr McDowell of South Carolina is the guest of his sister Mrs C C Holton Miss Kate Davis has returned from a delightful two weeks stay at Crab OrchardMr Mrs T T Covington returned Friday from the Conclave at LouisvilleMr Cole and family left today for Hawks Nest West Virginia his old home to reside Misses Carolyn Reid and Anna Frew itt of Mt Sterling are guests of Mrs D M Chenault Mr W B Oldham of Fayette county was here Monday mingling with the court day crowd Miss Kit Chenault attended a house party at Chilesburg last week given by the Misses Watts Rev W H Ryals and family have returned from a pleasant months va cation in Todd connty Mrs R E L Knight of Dallas Texas accompanied by her three children are visiting Mrs W W Watts Messrs G W Pickels Srf C G Douglas and H L Perry have returned from an extended trip East Mr and Mrs Sam DeJarnett visited Postmaster G M Lyons and wife at Valley View last week Mr Green Igo is here from Western Texas delighting hIs old friends with marvelous tales of frontier life Dr J F Martin of Muncie Ind was the guests of Mr and Mrs R A Woolnms several days last week Col John R Gibson and aunt Mrs J C Miller left yesterday morning for a weeks visit to friend in Virginia Mr WJUiam Nelson of Silver Creek has rOuted Captain J D Feenys resi deuce and moved his family thereto Mrs V H Hobson and sister Miss Jane Reed have returned from Louis ville where they went to attend the Conclave Miss Mary Price Miller of Waco re turned home Monday after a delightful visit to Miss Myrtle Williams at Irvine Captain Bland Ballard and Mimes Mary and Willie Traynofi ofDaaville are visiting Mr and Mrs William Lnx oa Mr W H Waften of WtaeaumitowB Etill county k kue visiting Ms son CosEiy School ipriteaMt J W Wagers Dr Eugene flume aad Mrs SB useand children bfte Mt ra d from delightful sojourn at Fetwkey Mick I Mrs Hugh Grigg of villeTefcH ali Mrs J B Grabaw ef Cetaberfead Gap Teem are visiting Mrs KB TarpR Miss PuttwG Lettoa who we been j Lllrnsfor JMrthe guest of her sGerl Mrs A T Miller has rQtrnn 3terho e in Lexington ExGovernor James P Eagle and wife of Arkansas are guests of Mr and Mrs John Doty Mr and Mrs W H county4Judgeren of Winchester spent from Saturday until Tuesday wilt Mrs Bent is moth er Mrs C C Smith- S Col J II Miller of Starif6rdTcnown to the reading public as Happy Jack came up Saturday to visit his Mtlisna county kin folks ft Mr W P Williams of Irving passed through this city Friday en route to Frankfort where he will be the guest of relatives and friends Mr Sim Hamilton and daughter Miss Elizabeth of VlsemantownJEs till county were guests of relatives here Monday and Tuesday tfCashier S S Parkas of the Farmers National Bank spent last Tuesday in Louisville and witnessed lhTgrand Knights Templar parade Mrs H C Shipp of Cynthlana accompanied by little daughter Manan Russell is visiting her sister Mn W D Oldham on Jiroadway Prof E N Todd of Paint LicAwho has been elected assistant principal of the Lancaster Graded SchooIwasJiere Monday mingling with friends fDr 11 L Farris of Kingston has returned from a prospecting fnji to Memphis Teuu lie may locate in that city for the practice of his pro fession ExJudgo James R Burnam onuhis return from the Conclave at Louisville stopped off at Frankfort to visit his brother Appelate Judge A RjfBur narn Mrs E C Wines and daughter Anna May leftSaturday for Erie Penn to visit relatives and from therggjthoy will go to the Pan American Exposi tion at Buffalo A Misses Mollie McKinney aud Ger trude Todd of Union City left for Mayfield Ky to enter Westr1kn tucky College of which Prof Milton Elliott is President 4 v Mr W K Oldham and of Little Rock Ark are visiting Mjrjjjgld hams sisters Mfsdames W H Miller and John Doty and other relatives in the county Mr Thomas II Pickels attended the Conclave ban in Louisville Thursday night and on his return stopped over at ItllrAlexMiss Alene Burns nfter Jpo acted visit to her sister Mis NV White and cousins Misses Mayme and Madge Hart returned yesterday to her home at Cynthiuna Mr and Mrs JEd Cosby Mr and I N Scudder all of Red House at tended the meeting of the Tales Creek Baptist Association held this week at Preacherville Lincoln county Misses Susan Hume and Julia Higgins spent several days in S Shelbyville visiting Mrs B K Middelton and her parents Mr and Mrs Sharp on their return from the Louisville conclave Dr McFerran Crow left Monday for Fayettevillo Mo where his wife and little daughter have been visiting for several weeks and they will all return home next Tuesday Versailles Sun Mrs Nannie Hogg nee Fisher for a number of years living at Richmond visited Miss Dick McClintock last week and left Saturday for Key West Fin where she will reside in the future Bourbon News Mr and Mrs L L Bright of Vine land N J after an absence of fourteen months from Richmond arrived this week to visit relatives Mr Bright owns a profitable poultry farm within 30 miles of Philadelphia and is coining money J T Evans of Richmond is in the cityInsurnnce Commissioner John B Chenault is here for several days o- nbusinessMr Matt Cohen repre sentative of the L N n R Co was in the city yesterday Lexington Her aId Friday Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond is a popular guest at Crab Orchard Springs He is as much loved byStho guests there as he is by the goodfciti zens of his home town and all others who know his sterling qualities well Interior Journal Miss Emma Burgin of Versailles who has been visiting relatives iriHho county was hastily summoned home by an unfortunate accident that befell her father who while coveiiiiihi use fell from the roof sustaining painful if not serious injuries Mr and Mrs Jno W Howard of rarflewYorkiness and pleasure trip Wliifeln ew York they will buy a large faiistbck of dry goods millinery c for thejribig ddpartment store Miss Lovle Tucker dehghtfnllyeu tertained quite a number of i ler ei nds Tuesday evening at the courilryJSome of her grandparents Zeek Elkins in honor of MiEsiEvans of Richmond Delicious refreshments were served and the occasion was an enjoyable ono for all Winchester Sun Mrs Mary Wilson Jof Lexington is visiting her cousin Mrs Martha Haley on Third street Mrs Wilson I who was before her marriage Miss Mary Boyd is a former resident of Richmond her father being a list manufacturer whose establishment used to bo where Higgins XUxons warehouse now stands t Mr George Simmons of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday of Jast week with his aunt Mrs S J Johnson Mrs N nni Arnold of Richmond is visiting her daughter Mrs Samuel JohnsonAllen Zaring of Richmond was here last week and paid us a pleasant call The centre of attraction with Zaring is on the road bdweenJ ere and Richmond and he Is frequently down this way Lancaster Record Prof and Mrs Porter entertained de lightfully At luncheon on yesterday in honor of Mrs Purnell and Miss QKel ley guests of Judge and Mrs John S Phelps of South Elkhorn Their quests were Mrs Anna Bailez Mrs Pnrnell Miss OKelley and Miss Julia Cla kaon also Mrs J B Skinner of Kicholaiville Mrs T S Sagan of RicbmondiMrs Nannie D Porter Mrs AV JSlirer aud Miss Ella Shropshire T xiSj on Democrat 1I Dr G W Evans of Richmond i pent several days of twee katthie I oH R lUUH hwrfly e11 njoftd spent Sundry wH the family Me bcotiMT B W Smith of this Mr W J SerivBW the pojnire- ierfcof CviBtOM md Tfenkrf lUch WHMark vWiian rsla4LM4a tlsrorn- ty MaWImNL iM h rMGeizrai Debiliiyj D and tsrJ Is lt rcelIi ot 1t3eIWFBboId be ru fYI1Utr Ism tne ebb and ite whole iysfom suffers For Usi i j duVou bike Hoods Sarsaparilla It vIaUz i L o4sivea vlgo and tone to all OinJe44s9udtunctlons and Is un or debilitated oundlllcna 1OIhLL8 Cureua1CpaUuAZR ceuta h monO nnd Miss tallie Anderson of Nicholasville are guests of Miss Anna Wagers this weEkIrvine Leader J Tue4daythrough the West During his sence ho visited Mattoon Decatur and Kantsnswith relatives at the latter place He thinks Illinois is tho finest farniln tha1cropsfailure as reported He says thafi wherever he found exMadisonians they seemed to be doing well RELIGIOUS 1 lie protracted meeting at the Union City Baptist church conducted by Revs Leo and EC ton closed Sunday night with 21 additions The Rev Ashby Jones of Rich mond Va will preach at the Baptist church this city next Wednesday evening at 730 oclock The public is cordially invited Mr Jones is an interesting and able speaker The lOSth session of the Tales Creek Baptist Association which was held this year at Preachersyille Lincoln county came to a close last Thursday The attendance was unusually arge the crowd on Wednesday being estimat ed at 2500 Out of the twentyfive churches represented eleven were in Madison county S A Cochran of Mt Tabor church Paint Lick was To elected Moderator and AV T Pherigo of Liberty church Buckeye was again chosen Clerk for tho ensuing year The next meeting of tho Association will be with the church at tiilead this county next August At time meeting tho Richmond Baptist church was represented by Mr Thomas Phelps and Republican by J Ed Cosby and I N Scudder MARRIED McKEX XOXHEATU Tho follow lug handsomely engraved invitation has been received by the CLIMAX Dr M C Heath requests yeur presence- at the marriage of his daughter Nannette Camilla to Charles W McKennon Wednesday September the twentyfifth nineteen hundred and one at one oclock 416 Bast Mala Street Lexington Kentuoky Time wedding was to have occurred in June but ovine to the illness of Miss Heath was postponed The bride is one of Richmonds handsomest and most accomplished daughters As an elocutionist site has mndo if most enviable reputation and her readings last year in a number of Central Kentucky towns elicited most favorable commen dation from press and public Until recently she was teacher of elocution in Baylor University at Waco Texas where shu met her prospective bus band who is a splendid young business man worthy in every way of the jewel he has won- SEBASTINMr BIRTHS and Mrs Grant Se bastin aro the proud parents of a fine girl which arrived last week WOOWIJUKY News comes from Middlesboro that Mrs C M Wood bury who was tho beautiful Miss Belle McDowell of this city recently presented her husband witn a fine daughter Rival Principals When the colored city school opened Monday two rival principals were on hand each claiming the right to pro side Prof D M Russell Democrat who was elected by tho regular white board and Prof James White Repub lican appointed by the defunct colored board were the contending claimants Xo violence was manifested each try ing to make the most of an awkward predicament but neither was disposed to yield Of course nothing was done the grade teachers and the pupils present not knowing whom to obey iu tile confusion The colored people declare that they will boycott the school if Prof Russell the Democratic Principal is retained and judging from tile first days enrollment which was 67 against 200 last term they seem to be in earnest Fearing trouble Prof White did not return to the building yesterday and Prof Russell went ahead and organized the school Prof White who is backed up by 450 colored petitioner says that if he is beaten in the Circuit court he will carry the case to time Court of Ap peals Prof Russell apprehends no further trouble believing that the Courts will approve time action ef the regular constituted board The complication will probably bo decided by Judge Scott this week To tbe Patrons and Friends of Madison Institute Understanding that some of the pa trons of Madison Institute who live in this county have been expecting me to visit them at their homes and because I have not done so have concluded that I do not want their patronage I take occasion to make an explanation It was my full expectation to visit all the former patrons of tha school and as many other citizens ofjMadisou coun ty as possible this summer but I have been so busy canvossing in other coun ties that I have not yet had time to carry out my expectation Every time I have returned from a canvassing trip I have found a plluf letter awaiting my attention andtho two or three days I expected to spond at home resting had to be spent In answering them And furthermore knowing the loyalty of the people oL Madison county to their school which is unquestionably th3 best female college in Kentucky I felt that they would patronize it without being urged to do so It is still my expectation to visit as many of the citizens of the county as possible bo fore school opens and to continue to visit them from time to lime for I desire to be welt acquainted with the people among whom I expect to live for years to come J W McGAisvuY Jn PragrtM of Tiirtirs AMiilatloa The te elcmste of Mftdison county will hold their second meeting at Brooks town ChrkUap Church Saturday September 14 at 10 oclock sharp Following j bepJOIIamJ i 10 u m Devotional rMUSI1 uie Aklresati oxefci8CSf Jesponse JWJ Ha Music j L Beet method of teaching history J IT Wilson Music Language and Grammar how taught Mrs M H Berry fMpic I Ii i 4 Recitation Miss Annie Uuguely r s 12 m anlLdinperc ground IM AITERXOOXSE8Sloy rlRecitation Miss Madgo Wilson iMuslc jro1cJij Ideal School Jesse Cob- ba4fectjpft c Music SIur school Byatem icS F B Harris 7 1 1fcitaUonMisa Berry t I Music ndf Solo Marvin Kerby All teachers and patrons are invited to take part in open discu ionsjalIrthlls su rt i niiiiniii Al teachers and friends of education am cordially Invited to be present Dinner on the ground Important Announcement I desire to call attention to the fact that the next session of Madison Insti tute begins next Tuesday September 10 and that all the students are re openingdayclasses This is very important- I have been asked a number of times whether the terms have been changed or whether they are the same as here tofore and I desire to say while the school will have a stronger faculty this season than it has ever had and will be stronger and better in every respect than it has ever been prices are no higher than they were last season The terms are payable strictly in ad vance at tho beginning of each school term with sash or a bankable note This course hits been decided on alter careful reflection and advice from the former principal and some of the best business men in tho community who are also warm friends of the school Any other course would be utterally for a principal who without any capi tal undertakes to conduct a successful school employ tho expensive faculty that I have engaged pay them for their services monthlypay the servants weekly pay promptly for all the necessary supplies for the institution and meet promptly all necessary obli gations This course will be better for the patrons also for it will save them the unpleasantness of being dunned and save mo the time and trouble of having to run all over the country to collect money to meet the current ex penses of time school I am sure there fore that the wisdom of the cash plan is evident to every thoughtful person I sincerely hope that the citizens of Richmond and Madison county wish to ago Madison Institute prosper under the new principalship If such is their wish now is tho time to show it by their liberal patronage If they will give it their hearty support we pledge our selves to give them in return the best school they have ever had The music and art departments otTer exceptional advantages this session advantages that cannot he obtained except in the conservatories of music and academies ofart in our great cities and we would be glad to see a number of the ladies of Richmond and vicinity avail them selves of the advantages to be obtained in these two departments who would not care to be enrolled as regularpupils in the other departments of the Insti lute J M McGAiiVEY JR- Primicipal BEREA IFrom the Citizen President Frost is expected home Saturday The new administration building is nearing completion T R Robinson is traveling for Kel logg Withenbury of Richmond Treasurer Osborne has returned from a trip to Northern Michigan Mrs K U Putnam is attending the Teachers Institute at Irvine in session this week Prof H M and Mrs Jones have completed their wedding trip and are at hoce in the Coddlngton house Prof T G Pasco leaves for Cumber mutt Gap Tenn Monday where he will teach in the Lincoln Memorial University W T Mehaffey is working ten iren at his mill near the depot He shipped two cars of staves and one of excelsior last week Waller Bogies three year old com bined stallion took the blue ribbon at both the Berea and Broadway lairs As a harness and saddle animal Mr logics horse is hard to beat Mr John T White who was tutor in the Normal Department Of the College 1900 was recently married to Miss Elizabeth MaeSabin Mr and Mrs White will make their home in Cisco Texas VALLJY1TIE1i From the Argent A LIind tiger is said to be in operation near here James Taylor lias opened a meat market here The 6year old girl of Mr and Mrs 0 T Soper is dangerously ill with typhoid fever Several from this place attended the Republican convention at Richmond last Saturday The Invincibles of this place defeat ed a Lexington baseball aggregation here last Sunday Dr Leigh K Gordon has returned from Owensboro where he attended the State Encampment R G Hahn with a force of men is painting the L c A railroad bridge that spans the river at this place- R M Loomi8CaughJa 10pound cat fish In time river Tuesday Jesent it to Lexington parties William Young and wife ate the proud parents of a girl that in pearancQ at their home ontheJ22a Inst I neoraybrthe arrival of a girl at theIr home en time 22nd Inst As EClark of Delpha bought of JndjiaJilzaC Million a farm coatain tydoUalSperacreL Mrs Civer Of Lexington Stale Comoiffnder of the L 0 T M was here the first of the week tad will probably organize an order at tIde place t rbcei actors are saakis rapW rogNiOIl the Whitlock sad Xeaaeky itiver Turnpike The lMtiWi8geltae above imeaed pike will be of KMC ad vammtae la tM people along JM semite Give vs gowl roaMi W7atraiI oil which waj a loaded truck Latiw Taylor June Clark and D G Hrota ftre way pred UtmcuD a d4fcae el fifteen bet IMS eottkUahly WruiMd aboat ttt tibdr t isIITDrttiatotthem IIaJkTi1 I IRLYLjFro time Irvin Leer M5 HugRIddoll w h helM sufFeeing fross an acute Miiek el lary- nitfYsmnciett S We are informed that the new bank building will be erected as soon as weather conditions will permit The postofflce fixtures have been moved to the building ijext to Pearl Tiptons residence back of the court house and the office will be there in thefntnrE Mr Robt M Bergman lisa purchased the Townsend property on Main stree This property is centrally located and is capable of being made a beautiful homeMr J F Saule moves with his fami ly this week to Nicholasvllle where he will reside in the future They leave a host of friends hors who sincerely regret their removal from Irvine Died Elihu Kirby age about fifty five died at his home in this county Monday night of malarial fever He is survived by a wife and several chil Iren The Annual Baptist Association was held at Cain Ridge Madison county Friday Saturday and Sunday last Quite a number from this county were In attendance There were prominent preachers from this Stale and others and it was in every way an enjoyable and profitable meeting- A lot for the Baptist College has been donated by Greenleaf Armer Rich mond in their addition to Irvine 3000 has been subscribed 25 per cent of which is due when a site is secured Another 25 per cent when foundation- Is laid and so fourth The Baptist Association has promised what will be equal to an endowment of 20000 The managing board or board of supervi sors to be approved by the association All this provided that f10000 is raised here These is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constant ly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires a eon Btitutional treatment Balls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only tional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from ten drops to a teaspoonful Itacts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ol the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are time best sep4 1m Mud is the newest skin beautifier the latest fad for the improvement of the complexion Just common everyday unromantic dirty mud Why Take Any Chances With some new and untried medicine for such serious troubles as diarrhoea cramps dysentery when you should know that for over half a century Pain Killer has cured millions of cases Look out for imitations there is only one genuine Perry Davis The population of the German Em pire includes 3000000 who use the Polish language FOR SALE A splendid two story residence on Fifth street seven rooms good cellar stable outbuildings bath room hot and cold water in splendid repair Corner lot now occupied as residence by Mrs Dr C C Smith Will be sold without reserve on Tuesday Evening Sept 10th AT 4 OCLOCK P M Parties desiring to inspect this property can do so any afternoon from 4 to 5 oclock Possession given at once Terms liberal Sale positive t Mrs CC Smith Farm For Sale Time undersigned will sell at public auction about the hour of 10 in on TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1901 On tho premises on Otter Creek 3 miles from Red House the farm known as the Einerine Oldham farm consisting of 96 acres This Hud is fertile well watered near churches and neighborhoodTerms made known on day of sale For further information in regard to farm call on Charles James on the premises 4sepIW OLDHAM Dissolution Sale OF H C Muir Brother Thursday September 19 1901 At the home of HC Muir on the Union Mills pike two miles from Nicholasville on the above date at 10 oclock a ei will be offered at public sale the following property Five hundred shoats In o 215 good ttocK ewes 8 Southdown bucks 1060ponnd thelrcatvessyearilngsteersI colts I brood mare by George Wilkes dam of Exploit 2OSX bred to Warlock patrol 2year old mare Binles pair of 4yearold mare mules and a general lot of stock hogs hemp brakes etcTERMSAIl hogs cash other stock on three months time without Interest Notes negotiable and payable at First National Bank ofNicholasTllle H C MUIR BRO 4sep3w UNION MILLS KY NEW 4 FIRM NEW GOODS Having taken into partnershi with me Mr J F Mahler the firms name will now be n 1teTMr Mahler isa practical Tailor and experienced Cutters having graduated at John JJ Mitchell Cos famous jfjtjfy school in New York City He will do the cutting and we guarantee lit and workman ship AH work de at our store ia Richmood Nobbiest Styjes1Gall log yoc Fafl sttit aijJIb5i 1m IRich juicy Plumbs IRipe For Your Picking Is the beautiful lineof Organdies Dimiticsand ravnsatroUl store Dim ities in the most daintyjcolors and djesiralne styles Organdies mall colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc Jin Allover Lace Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock femora complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard tIJurDepartment completeStyles first so do AleKees Delta Novelty is essential to make sales you will be struck by the novelty in our Belts should be considered it is aThepronounced even day In connection with our Belt Department can be had a most complete line of Purses Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be aOuror summer Corsets at prices from 29c to riOcandl0O- The G D Corset one of the most widely advertised brands is a very large sale with ns G D Chicago waists at St0O G D style Hoc Straight front at 100 we belong the Merchants and Consumers Scrip Association saved if trade with us IRemember Respectfully yours I Cor Main 1stSfThe ed in New Jersey Dissolution Notice By mutual consent the firm of Leeds Bybee retirIngtn the painting and wall paper business at the same stand on Irvine street w L LEEDS 4sep4w A F BYBEE FIlS LUS CMFOR ALE I will sell publicly to the highest bidder at the residence on the farm on Saturday September 14 1901 at 10 oclock am my Gale White Dicxerson farm near Pond church on Barnes Mill pike 2 miles from Richmond contain- Ing 2J1 acres Fine twostory frame residence of 10 rooms 2 halls 2 verandas donbleporcbes cellar cistern springs carriage house 3 ten ant houses barn etc Onethird cash to suit purchaser with 6 per cent interest Possession given January 1901 John C Miller M D Box leo NICIIOLA3VILLE KY 28ang3ir l4 calelllllllllll FORA SltUttlM KeepflgBusness PHONOGRAPHYI tesgraj JAMB WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Per clrcnlur uf lilt fumoca and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Cf KY UNIVERSITY Awarded XtdaZ at ITdiU Exposition Refers to ihuauIof In Ccwtof Full tnLjU fuaiir including Tul lion Books and OoarJ in snr about J- OShortjiaEdTTf Writ 5 r J rtLstapbyJSpscialfi- wMTh Kentucky VArprItr i1iuma uDder sial awarded crndotU Ii tirtir tWt ft ee U dttlnd- IfOTacuMoc Ktf ilcateitneeeutnl la order to litt tot IIe f ir addreu only WILBUR RSMiTM Lexington Ky augl4Gw PUBLIC SALE OF R al r mDal rrD crty Having decided to go West I will otter at public auction on my premises s miles west of Richmond Ky on Mi September ill 1901 Abou tLa hour of 10 oclock Ii m my farm of Improved one of the best stone buildIngs In Madison county containing 12 rooms with two good barns good smoke house two croncribs and all other Improvements well fenced and watered close to schools and church mill country store and postofflce within a mile on new pike now in course of erection Also half interest in 25 acres of earn and small tobacco farming utensils household and kitchen Upon the 21st of September about 10 oclock Ii m I will also offer my residence which I now occupy in Richmond Ky located on locationsInneighborsAlsotwostory residence of seven rooms and two WalnntitreetsiibstanUa1 buildings on that Street with good stable for two horses buggy hay and corn stonefrontanyIsformationaddress the undersigned Shelby Masters angl4 6w Richmond Ky THE BEST PAPER Published IB the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is the K Twkea Week CourierJournal b CiMiiydalUesamdthesBperiorof or weeklies Issued i m Saturday 194 copies a e- arEQO A YEAR w h Wtes4ay Issue M devoted to News ie Saturday issue ta Hotae Matters A Hfeeral tsaM luhs to Aeus- tse4a shn t y seat tree to all who will ask Mtk B Writet- oV C UIEaJHJ1 IAl CO Lmiisvllle Ky BY SPECIAL A1SANNMENT YOU CANOa- WRICHMOND THK CLIMAX AND THR TwktaJ Cirisriia BOth One Year 150 OnlrII StopIct S fccrirton ik liter Mk ssISs ua ss Rr e be seaS tkfMfk MM OUMAZ ses l Ribbons e e- I IThe demand for Ribbons during time past beforeSoft lYelvetcan be hat in connection with our Bilk ribbons J IamJaenderyardInj r gandies etc we are leaders Ladies Lumen Skirts at 25c Special fur tw onlv Ladies Parasols at 50cl 175 and up yardBuggyo complete PKBoys Yacht Caps at 2Jc fi Linen Caps in all styles ranging in prirea f from 10to25c P to to you you Madison rrAitaatci petition crop amyle for weeks OWEN MCKEE F JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Streetr Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking i Qualities full line of Mouldings and jl Framest I WALLPAPERLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY 1k U lomiOnefourth WindoShadesmake all kinds oj IaJ andWhiteLargest stock of Picture Framing materials In the State We will fraL Iyour pictures In uptodate styles for little money Dont forget that you s r delamshaving t GEO M WiLLGINGtt i Manufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints 209 tofThe postoflico at Barhonr8villewill be advanced to tho third class Oct 1st with a salary of 1100 HALF RATESP- lus 10- 0DAlLY TO BUFFALOAND Big Four Route AfFording an opportunity to visit the PanAmericanExposition Niagara Falls Return limit ten days from date of sale STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo and Niagara Falls On Tickets to New York Boston EastTT O1S Union depot coREtectibBa in Cilcizinatl- avbidiRgcnnnihus transfers 4 Fast Trains Lowest Prices Best Also Picture Shades West 11a Daily 4 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake RU betweea CtefektMl ad Bntlato cm C d B Steam M Call oa or write Agente Pour for full inJorusitloleireiaru ef the Exporitfoa tie Jt Jt WAIKJjYJICN W p lWfl sJIaMIf ftei A 1 Aa- I jsVC a J1SSHIWIII I i Richmond Kentucky Dissolution Notice r By mutual consent the Kentucky twruff 1MeBBrBness All parties Indebted to the flnn tffi all parties claims against samS please present to- rKNTUCKY Mr Donelson for setUtmf CARRIAGE WOIlISJaugUiw Blue Grass Farm FOR SALE As executors of G B Million ceased we will on SaWay Sspl 21 191 At 10 Oclock A M Sell to the highest and best bidder tract of land situated on the Bichtnon and Lexington turnpike 9 miles fro Richmond Ky and containing acres more or less The farm will t sold M a whole Md thw In two traCts the right beg MMCTed to accept th- ebeet W4 nwlIitWo tracts the firS tract to he eI will be the home plaC- fof G M JitlUIeIIeoRtateiBi 142 acrti 127 wee In reeaiBder in corn The second tract fe known as White PlMe and adjoins tract K o 1 aadtcoBtabw 171 aerM100 acres hag BOW In JMMM Torm liberal and made known cj l ale V EI kMilJon MMJI114- w EXJCOUTOB5 ir I JintsIzowsticoc7i New Pall Fancy Dress Shirts Every Known New Pattern Some Detached Cuffs Others Separate Collars and Cuffs Garners Percales at the I Unusual Low Price of Exv401 I The Richmond Climax LhWEDNESDAY SEPT 4 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is w located over J B Stouffers Uothing Store Gfobtf Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of te over Middletons drug store July 17tf uFar the next CO days S L Midki 111 utfrr his large stock of vehicles at cost 4sep tf Mrs J T Akers Primary School will he open September 2 It will be centrally located 28ang 2w Thoroughbred Southdown bucks for Bale Apply to 1J J CLAY ITjuly 3t Richmond Ky Joe Bush bough this week of W G White the latters half interest it tlree houses in the east end of town The L A tins discontinued the late Saturday night and early Monday iiiuming trains to anti from Irvine sept4 lit S L Midkitf has a splendid line of Luties carriages and other vehicles which he will sell at cost during the next 00 days 4septf For Rent A nice entrant newly remodeled and papered 5 room good neighborhood Ifice 1250 per month Apply to u G W EVANS Dissolved Partnership By mutual consent Messrs Leeds By bee painters and paper hangers 1Lave dissolved partnership See notice ci tlsewhtre One Million Staves Hume Bros have closed a contract with W T Mehaffoy of Rerea for one million staves which represents an investment of 30000 Lowrys Trial Postponed On account of the absence of the de fendants witnesses the case of Dock Lowry charged with rape set for yes terJay was postponed until tomorrow One Grocery Leis Harris Brothers who ran a grocery on Third street near Mldklffa shop I have moved their stock to Bed Lick where they will continue in business I I New Chairman The Board of Education met Monday bight and accepted the resignation of Mr Z T Rice as Chairman of the force Bart Dr 0 W Evans was elected iggef in hid stead tidow For Rent I we Three brick residences on University amrais in good repair large yards and gardens Btablea water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to augll tf 14H BLANTON IfrEfliMass Convention 135 by There will be a mass convention at rDion City on Saturday September 14 to nominate a Democratic candidate for Magistrate and Constable in that tlititl ide Injured By an Explosion Icy By a premature explosion of dyna mite Saturday afternoon two negroes itt work on the railroad above Irvine were severely injured They will re cover however Boyle Doty y retlt 1 Mr Boyle Doty one of the best known men in the county and every t1eJli bodys friend is critically ill with oJUtsparah ls at his home near Kingston His recovery is doubtful Bought a Madison County Farm n Jerry Reeves bought Monday of John Eades 123 acres of laud in Madi near the mouth of Muddy F 2750 possession to begiveu I Winchester Democrat Lf L and N Cheap Rules One fare for the round trip to Cin unimii viaLN September 9 10 aud 11 good returning September 20 onaceoulit of National Convention of tia National Baptist Church colored IRifiNew Broadway Residence 1uiIr D C Biggerstair is having erect a v hi on his vacant lot on Broadway a twobtory residence which when coin pleted will cost about 2000 J 0 T dd Son have the contract for the work lderThieves at FsrsY 71Iie Ford Index says Thieves into the saloon belonging to- nga i ii Alex Penco and stole thirty gallons of tr 4he is In prison at Richmond C pJ Judge Celts Will The Winchester SDMfs that the C will ot the late Me lbn G Cole as formerly of i tlita coaaty probat ci ed last week leaves all of his preperty res iu the hands of Judge E H Jeaett truet for Ids p ndchlWreHCetiBes6ie Fannie Jujla aid Sallie XaJioe Certain property le directed to Bold to pay bis dabts 1temllttNr k loftc to Jnd JojSte UMinaMa wWi ahe thmb bMtIfrTO 95C ILLER Ros 9TflIEIf Iconuty carryIagleucuzs IBought Waco Properly Mrs Lee Maupin the milliner has bought of the Rncker heirs the Pike Rncker place at Waco paying for it f1000 She will reside there with her soninlaw Mr Walker Covln toll and wife Hog Sales James Dozier bought of Zena Cobb 60 fat hogs to be delivered September 10 at 540 A few hours afterwards Mr Dozier sold 40 of them to Mr Christian of Fayette county for 575 pocketing a nice profit on the deal Lost a Toe Mrs Maria White tenant on Mrs Mary B Clays farm near Foxtown while cutting meat for breakfast on last placeditthe knife slipped and severed the big toe Export Cattle George Phelps weighed to Simeon WIel Saturday 32 head of export cattle average wight 1300 pounds at oc They were bought for Nelson Morris A Co and went to complete a train load to he shipped this week to the sea board Cincinnati Fall Festival The L N will sell tickets to Cincinnati at one fare for the round trip on September 14 and l 5 account of Fall Festival From September 16 to 28 inclusive good returning September 30 one and onethird fare will be charged T J Smiths Will Probated In the County Court Monday the will of Thomas J Smith Sr was ad mitted to probate The bulk of his property is left to his wife and son Tom Jones colored his body servant was not forgotten His son TJ Smith Jr was named executor without security New Tribe ol Red Men A new tribo of Red Men was Institu ted here last night by Deputy State Organizer J M Clifford of Louisville The Initiatory degrees were conferred by the Paris degree team The list of members numbered 34 and includes many of our most prominent young business men Pardoned Out ol the Pen William Chastain of this county who was serving a two years sentence in tho Frankfort penitentiary for the malicious cutting of Isaac Coyle was pardoned this week by Governor Beck ham The pardon was recommended by both the Circuit Judge and Prose cuting Attorney The Last Vestige The library together with the chum ical and physical apparatus of olden tral University is being packed and will be shipped to Danville the latter pnrtof this week Prof Chas Palmer of Center is here superintending the job and with this shipment will go the last vestige of the beloved old institution M G Browns Affliction Owing to declining health Mr M G Brown has been oread to resign his position at Jo S Joplin and is now confined at his homo with dangerous symptoms of brain softening His ex cellent wife who is a daughter of ox Representative W T Harris and children have the sympathy of all in their affliction Ran Up Against a Faro Bank An item in a Lexington paper says C H Hamilton of Richmond has brought suit against E T Graves Claude Graves and Coley Lancaster of Lexington to recover 530 lost at faro Hamilton lives at Richmond and went to Lexington with GOO with the inten- tIon of going into business He ran up against a taro game with the above results Election Commissioners Appointed The State Board of Election Com- missIoners met last week at Frankfort for tho purpoae of selecting county election commissioners John B Ohe nault Democrat and Waller Bennett Republican were selected for Madison Eo Campbell Democrat and David Pryse Republican for Estill The third commissioner is tho Sheriff by virtue of his office Three lor One Mr W B Wells of Union City this county brought to the CLIMAX office last Wednesday a curiosity In the shape of an apple Jr rather three apples In one Thie unique specimen of the fruit kingdom Is on exhibition at this office to convince those persons who are sceptical about tbo Investment burf ness that even Dame Nature will sometimes get prodigal anJgive three for one New Taitoinf Firm Mr Charles Jacobs tho wellknown mereM t tailor has taken Iatpart nersliiphifl sosi lalaw Mr J F Mali Jar aNd the firm will now be Jeoba Jr Mahler Mr Mahler In a jrradwite of John J Mitchells e l fonU d wtttiag clJOOlIR New York Cftyu mu ter of the tailors art rnI w is- aoi aad wpredletiorit a- dLd iNMiMM setIlr a- ouMrn iatodatCH b rrC Beauties J For ML We have the beat owen that am be produced l j- tt Our Floral are beauties DecoraUcmstand practice ry KNOW rancibg receiTes our pertonal at t UlitlOD 1 BELL The FloristA tJLEXINGTON KY if HENRY L PERRY Art C Bells Flowers ge Everywhere J rIDr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky apr7tf Colored Pair Lexington Onefare round trip to Lexington daily September 10th to 14th Queen Jr Crescent Route trom all points In Kentucky See small bills for list of finest attractions ever offered in Lex ington W C HINKAKSOX G P A- Cincinnati O Fine Musicians and Nice Gentlemen uquetjatStreet Fair at Mt Sterling last week madeifirstclasscomposed of fine musicians and they are gentleman as well Their concerts were much enjoyedIA Plucky Woman The Paris Sews in a recent issue tells how burglars attempted to break into the residence of Mr John DI Feeny Jr during his absence from home awl how his plucky wife fired a pistol at them frightening them away Mrs Feeiiy it will be remembered was Miss Dundee Baughman of this city and is us pretty as she is pluckyI Removals Mrs J Speed Smith has leased her residence on Wcst Main Street to Mr M C Kellogg who will take posses sion October L Dr W W Burgin rented the Parkes property on the Campus and moved last week Mr Henry James moved into the house on Collins street vacated by Dr Burgin Again in Operation fhe Ellison Roller Mill at Waco which was recently bought by Mr GT Johnson after having new machinery put in nnd being otherwise improved is again in operation and making the very best grades of patent flour So mill in this section ia now better equipped than tho Ellison Mill and Its product will compare favorably with the best 4sept2t Bought the Opera rituse White A Bushs opera house on Irvine street which was sold last Friday by Commissioner SE Scott to satisfy a judgment of court was bought by Messrs Selby and Don Wiggins forI 825 The contending bidder was J Stouffer The Messrs Wijtgius will continue to run it and say they intend to book some firstclass attractions the oming season Mr Embry Honored WRecd Embry of Danville son of Thomas P Embry Esq of Fayette county formerly of Madison was one of the four orators selected by the com nitteo to deliver an address at the Confederate Reunion to be held in Louisville on October 22 Mr Embry- Is aCentre College graduate and con sidering his age which is only 22 the honor is a most signal one Collar Bone Broken Mr T P Embry of Fayette county was here Monday carrying his arm In a sling as the result ot a painful accident received several days ago While attempting to get into his buggy the young horse ho was driving started otl hurriedly the wheels striking Mr Embry pndknocking bimto the groundbreaking his collar boner lIe was con fined to his bed over two weeks New Product Messrs Searcy Jr Donolson the well known tiling manufacturers of Waco have the contract to furnish roofing for a large business house under construction at Oweusboro They are now putting on the market a new product which they call clay shingling and it is this the Owensboro people have decided to use It is said to be superior- to slating in as much as it is cheaper more durable and dosent need paint ng Now Chief ol Police at Irvine I pfflcer Charles Dudley of this city has bees appointed Chief of Police of our neighboring city Irvine tcsucceed ormer Town Marshal Edgar Park who was foully assaxsinated over a year ago Mr Dudley has for several years been connected with the police force of Richmond and is a bravo vigilant and prudent officer who will see that order Is maintained and the law respected He lett Monday to assume his new duties Fine Fruit torIIIOUltwe have seen this year They were of the Alberta variety and weighed a half pound each Along with thepeaches was a sample hunch of luscious Niagara graprs which counted Go to the bunch These splendid specimens afford some idea of what success could be made of fruitgrowing in Madison county if our people would only give that indus try a lair chance Goes to Eurejw Dr H R Gibson will Mil today Wednesday from New York via the steamer Gera of the North German Lloyd line for Hamburg Germany From Hamburg Jie goes to Berlin where he will spend several weeks IB the great hospitals of that great city studying under the snpervistea of Dr Zerne and other eminent speclaliete lIe will also yiait the hospitals of Zruich Switzerland Paris France and London England He will also tako several side trips to points of interest in Italy Dr Gibeon coatem platefi spending about ayear abroad He carried with him a number of nice letters to the eHabassadors of Gemaay Fra co and Etiglaad which will tetwfc dim all the ltJeHalHl roartOBioc tbat an Aw ricMi of Dr Glbeemg professional sUtmHitg sad Ability may ire DarjBg Dr GtU0a HDee hie brother Dr XiX Gibson I will loot altar hie praeiie i4 NEW fAll HATSi tiok au tiak of Hat 1 I Every size shape andt kind Style and price will sell you first time f and quality will bring you back againt m Covington Bonks lJ OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS f Took the Examination At least one of the candidates nominated by the late Republican convention intends to stick and he is Prof John L Carpenter candidate for County School Superintendent who this week took the usual examination that aspirants for that office are required to undergo before they are eligible to make the race The questions were sent from Frankfort and the examina tion was under the supervison of the County Clerk It will be several days before Prof Carpenter knows the result Now a Millionaire While in Kansas City last week Mr N B Deatherage met James H Ar nold a former merchant of this city who left here twenty odd years ago for the West Mr Arnold is now one of the richest men in Kansas City his wealth being estimated at between 1 600000 and 2000000 He and two of his associates In business recently bought the old Kansas City Exposi tion building and site containing 30 acres for 250000 and will begin at once the erection of two hundred residences Public School Open The city school opened Monday and the same urchin which Shakespeare so graphicly described three centuries ago could be seen with books and sachel and shining morning face creep- Ing like snail unwillingly to school Of course the poet made no mention of the bright little girls who are always so eager to get to school that they can hardly wait for the bell to ring Altogether Principal Brock enrolled 334 which is quite a good showing the first day and which before the session is far advanced will be increased to 500 State Superintendent UcChewey Favors It It seems that the teachers of Madi son county who at the recent session of the Institute advocated a revision of the Trustee system are not by them selves in the movement A dispatch eays State Superintendent McChes ney is in favor of a radical change In the mannerof choosing teachers for the common schools and will have a bill presented to the next Legislature em bodying his ideas He IB in favor of n County Board of Education composed of one member from each magisterial district and the County Superintendent who shall employ all the teachers at the same time This he thinks would remedy the kinship evil so prevalent in some counties Cetererf Fair The colored fair which began lat Thursday and ended Saturday was one of the best exhibition of the kind over given In Richmond and Messrs Emmett Embry aad Fred Stone together with their associates should feel proud of the success of the enterprise A large crowd WAS in attendance oath day tbe visitors Including a number of whites Friday was perhaps the banner day BH excursion over the L Jr A bringing the Colored Mens Bail aew Club of Nicholaavllle which made a moat creditable appetnutce M it marched through town headed by a braes ndTh rings were well eon tested the exhibits very creditable ud the premiums quite IHttnl And what- hcleservlngof especial meaMea there was no erderos the grewtdt ware shad to see oar eetared ft leade tak 1Bf8 latereet in thee exhibittoM which have a toad te pten4 in dustry and skill and BtiwwM M am bitioo OIMtterJhiDgucof the comfort ot ciYilid life Th U i A Splendid Dinner It is generally conceded by every body who ate with them that the court day dinner given last Monday at the old Garnet House by the ladies of the Whites Station Presbyterian church was fit for a king That their efforts were duly appreciated was shown by the neat sum realized which amounted to over 100 The Whites Station house wives are hard to exccll In the cullin ary art at any time but on this coca sion they fairly outdid themselves and are justly entitled to the blue ribbon Court Day The court day crowd Monday was un usually large and the candidates had a regular field day as did the street fakir also Business was brisk with the merchants and trading in stock showed a marked improvement over last court There were from 800 to 1000 cattle at the stock pens Prices ranged from 21 to 4 cents From 75 to 100 weanling mules were sold Pennsylvania parties at from 20 to GO Eubanks Hubble bought 9 work mules at from S50 to 90 One fine black two year old mule brought 165 No sheep or hogs were offered Real Estate Transfers Mr John Doty of the Kingston local ity bought this week of Mr J W Smith his house and lot on West Main street this city and will shortly move to town for tbe purpose of educating his children The price was 3000 Mr Doty is one of the most substan tial citizens of Madison county and we gladly welcome him and his excel let family to our midst Mr Smith has not decided what he will do but will probably return to his farm in the country Mr Doty also consumated another real estate deal at the same time sell lug to T C Adams tile cottage on Fifth street known as the Campbell property for 1500 Third Annual Exhibition ol Fat Stock The unprecedented success of the Great Fat Stock Show ot last autumn at the Pittsbnrg Central Stock Yards which was even greater than their most sanguine expectations has assured and demanded a repetition every year and special preparations are already under way for the show this fall which takes place on November 15 16 17 and 18 Friday till Monday both incloaive and from present indications it will our pass even the great success of last year Stockmen from many eecHoaa of the country are showing lively interest in the affair and writing for Information and particulars in regard to it as they realize the Importance of the show and are determined to help It alOBg Gen era Manager Simon ODonnell and bis corps of eietantahave been hard at work for some time past esltetlag the eoperatioa of maay dealers aM ship pees who have not fcs yet had a part in the grand exhibition of stock of all kfedg cattle sheep bogs etc Ar raBgetnente are beIng effected for the prefer reception And entertatUMai the eastern exporters s1ahterei and dealers Our city official and other prominent oitizeiw will be called into service is this eoaMCtioi The educational features of this Fat Stock Shew will be enjoyed by many thousands of our best people who await with interest the coning dates sad the Pltteb n Central StoekTacds will be alively and popular resets tier lag the ldi ollCoMb 1901 Ata tr now be sa nikiorpoPat4 Jot Hdb OM ii j ii DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING A1j S I SS S SS S SS S S S S S SseeessssssssSSSSUSSSSSS S SS S e Iisisaaeseassgeiaesiss eSSiSSSSSSS I OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a reat sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were 15 and 18 are now 9 to 11 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now 050 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and Childrens suits and pants have been cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them Wheu we say half price we dont exaggerate Call and sec for yourselves dont take our word for it Bring your boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay with us long at these prices We mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as big a stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy zll the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt W IL OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Queer Animal Family Squire john P Long who lives be low Kirksville has a queer animal family at his house which is attracting much attention in that neighborhood Not long ago a female Mastiff belonging to him gave birth to several pups About the same tine one of his sows died leaving several young pigs and he brought them to the house to raise allowing them to run about the back yard They soon discovered the Mastiff and her pups under the smoke house and feeling the need of parental care concluded to become mem bers of the dog family which they did to the exclusion of the rights of the pups The mother dog seems de lighted with the addition to her fami ly and is doing her best to suckle the whole lay out Squire Long who has witnesses to vouch for the truth of the story says it is quite a novel sight to see the old mother dog fondling her adopted children and trying to inter pret heir unlntelhgble grunts Berea Store in Hands ol Sheriff The general merchandise store of Powell Jr Richardson at Berea tins been closed by the Sheriff A half dozen attachments principally in favor of Lexington grocery jobbers antI ag gregating several thousands dollars were filed against the firm last Wed nesday On the arrival of Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill at Berea with the attachments he found the keys of the establishment in the hands of Town Mar shall latum who refused to surrender them claiming he had a prior lien oa the stock Upon closer investigation however it was found that the attachments held by Terrill were issued a half hour before that of Tatum and on the advice of Sheriff Colyer Mr Ter rill coolly nailed up the doors at d win dows of the store leaving the courts to settle the complication Later a compromise was effected and the stock was invoiced The firm began business last July and itt failure is a matter of considerable surprise eg it was thought it was dolnc a profitable business Runaway Girls The three runaway girls Amj Fred rick Lillie Farrin and Polly Ann Whitt who escaped Sunday from the State Reform School near Lexington were arrested here Wednesday night by Officer Tim ONeal as they stepped from the 720 L AN train For five days they had been roaming around the country sleeping in barns and empty box carsJiving by beggary aad deadheading their way on trains from tewn to town To a CLiMAX reporter whe interviewed them at the jail where they spent the night they said they raw away trots the reformatory beenasa ot iNMl treatment and that tbey 8M making roc the meentafae- when captured If we hail ever gat pt her Mid Polly Ann Whttt UM prettiest of the triO we would have IIr ii been hard to catch The Fredric girl the oldest of the three came from Mt Vernon and had been at the re formatory seven months Lillie Farrin and Polly Ann Whitt were both about IGjrears old The former was sent from Birdville and the latter from Hazard and both had been at the reformatory more than a year but were as wild as gazelles on their native hills Officer ir C ONeal took them back to the Reform School Thursday Circuit Court The regular September term of tbe Madison Circuit Court convened Mon day with Judge T J Scott ou tile bench Prosecuting Attorney Crntcher who so ably looks after the Common wealths interests did net arrive frbjn Nicholasville until noon Judge Scott with his accustomed vigor delivered a strong charge to the grand jury calling especial attention o the pernicious practice of gambling and recommend suppresIsion This Is a thsee veeks term but owing to the urgency of the contractors who want to begin the work of remodeling tbe court house as soon as possible tile session will in all proba bility be shortened by tbe postpone ment of a number of cases Among the important cases set for this term are that of Brock Mundy and Sallie Johnson colored for murder George Ballard murder Dock Lowry rape Luther Creekmore forgery The following wellknown citizens compose the grand jury T E Bald win foreman J Wesley McKInney B C Potts W T Harris Albert M Reed A D Burruss Nelson Ross Elmer Deatherage W H Jones S Q Royce T E Langford E B Evans The petit jury is as follows A W Haden A1 Berry L M Scrlvner H B Duncan D P Wagers Jacob Hackett Eugene Todd J W Ballard A S Gott J H Duncan Thos Ander son Ashford Million T E Arnold J W Farley R K Moberley M F Richards J F Thomas J 0 Brooks BB Million Anderson Lakes WT Terrell Robt Jennings Simpson Tur pin W H Kanatzei DEATHS PHELPS Hon Zack Phelps tho widely known Louisville lawyer died thIs week of pneumonia iGOLDElBeeie the fouryearold WIlliamIof gastritis sad WM baried Sunday The average depth of the Atlantic is 14000 feet of the Pacific 15 608 leer very Healthy Bey Likea to get himself into places of dam aer hence brumeesMraInnand sprains- ilethtec scolds and brftUte bot tle of Perry Davis Pals Killer aid tbe ROB the injured BMts with an tlMfKYMd iiiene7 LIepaiu- the eeroSi1 the esae h6Hla amMUK IIbPalR Kilter to take oat the soreness and to make stiff aittwka Mpple and strong as ever iLgd NOTICE On account of poor health it has beer necessary for me to resign my position with Mr Joplin I wish to thank my many friends for their past kindness and patronage and solicit a continuance of their trade assuring them of cour teous treatment always Very Respectfully M G Brown It w with regret that on account of health Mr Brown has severed his con nection with me but pending permanent engagement arrangements have been made with an Embalmer of high rank to assist me and we are till prepared to give prompt and efficient service in our Undertaking Department Anjr282w Jo S Joplin Frances new prison at Fresnes sonta eight miles from Paris is the largest in the world DO YOU WANT To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may be able to help you Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly A little girl named Beatrice who wasonly 3 years eld traveled by her self from Dallas Tex to New York Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OKRA C HART State Agent 27feblyr In certain London hotels wine left on the tables is the waiters perquisite lPf This signature la on eye box of the ream Laxative BrocoQoiiioe T bnu Via retoedr that earn a eeWte one day An advance of 3 a ton in the price of steel rails has been agreed upon TO OTO3 A GOLD XX 0X1 CAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the if It signatureisJohn Alexander Bewle has become a naturalized American citiaen Tetter SttUltheu aaa Eczema fl1e Intense Itching aadarting tad leatto the eee itJ Instantly allayed andie pe iIs Q1lttallj eclent for Itching pLies and a favorite remadj for sore alnefe- seuped hands chilblains frost Wtei Mt4 ebroBic sore eyes 98 cte per box r CMMiw Fwtten an JMtwtata horns M ds when la bid amdWlPm XvBICf MOOol yWTJBWr aid TMMsfHre are not heW bat- aMciaaathebem ia MO to pt a hone ta priae eosMUKoa Pzioa Moe t par pa chain S02SETH11TQ NSW They cure dandruff hair falling ntnd ache etc costs the same as an ordinary oomb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been introduced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each and the comb does the rest This wonderful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it Is absolutely impossible to break or cut the hair Sold on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac lion in eury respect Send stamps for 35cLivewhere tQ introduce this article Sells succeSeedress D N ROSB Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr The population of Northern China is most completely vegertarian Stops the thecofdLaxative Bromo Qtinlne Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Out of 16300 islands in the Indian Ocean only 307 are inhabited Free New Cure for Eczema And skin eruptions REMIGKS EC ZEMA CURE asia REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC have never yet failed to cure FREE TRIAL Write today the samples are free Havana Medicine Co 1124 Locust Street St Louis llo For sale by B L Middel ton 5junely Ambassador White expects to leave Berlin for home in September The profit of a gold mine depends undortold which can be extracted from tile rock In a similar way tbe value of food which is eaten does not depend on the quantity which is taken into the nourIshmeatUna of nutrition and digestion When these organs are diseased they fail to stract the nourishment in sufficient quantities to supply the needs of the several organs of e body and these organs cannot work without non Ish troubleliverment Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery acting on every organ of the dIgestive and nutritive system restores- it to health and vigor It cures diseas throughtheGolden Medical Discovery contains neither alcohol nor narcotics Hettie Green is said to be investing- In oil lands at Hartsell Ala Qly Xilk- Many are not being keeefited by the summer vacation M they should be Now notwitfeatasdiBg mach astdoor life they are little if any alreaer than they ereTbe tin OIl their Mesa Is- darker and makes them look teaKbfer but It is only a maik They are still nervotw HIlly tired upee Iee wellWhat1petiteandthat ia Hoods fww ctilki PhI tIKIebielWTid by Mill mat madktii which sa yetealt T KNOBLE1i A new PRAC TICAL and PER FECT FILTER for borne and com- mercIAl use We guarantee our FILTERS toI1o CtsatisracJCapacity Ier our we will put up a FILTER In your home or office for B weeks trial to show you Us merits ll Send for CoaifUte Oatalogtu IflE KNOBLE FILTER CO 1 J so AVB v H CHICAGO ILLS au1I8m sedate I flbfM1 t Will dun Shyer ud eire it the new took io- znuchdr8lrrd Will Clctn puts Glass with little labor and no dost wIIj ust longr than any oilier po1b 1 10 little It required to do the work WUI Nst Ronghen the Holt Tender Skin Will Kit Scratch IucdizveaInttorm Costs lea U indorsed by lira author Itle- II your dealer dors not hAu It send came and address for Tree sample UNEEDME CO ChathamPa3- Ijniy6m U NO CAl VmrMlU TOWERS1 r MKTl1 EiPROTECTED SAN0SIEET niOUPJfr NOISEtESS Vri C KaBimiultvnirailSMUiMvtali Tbl 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Company The Amount Paid in Living Benefits 562000Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 365000 Anyone desiring an Investment yielding large returns during life this Company offers special advantages i SMITH BOLM7N KYkMRs 1E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and TreasJ L M WARE General ManagerttI TnI J ferson Iriity 5urcty Coj J Incorporated eOffers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT J LOnthe Market tThe BEST because it wIllmake you the tfc Most Money U Polish best POLISH OR It is BEST because Ithere is no high ratio 3 it rt for 1 business on our Books f j 3 IItrequires LESS money 1 plete an Investment in The Jeffer3fI i son than in any other tJThe + vlrtnallyJ Jefferson Is NEW and under Its Weekly Contract can sell YU Q round Floor Basinets ersry 18th week W jtAtrial wilt prove thawlidom of an laveBtoeBtln The JeUrn t s HOME OF ICE C No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY j w OttgAiflZED I8S6 J11 ono WMOnUIS Pits p WW BITBTlcePrMf 11 j TUB MUTUAL L fEIH URA CBd 4OF1NTytkY iInc i Horne Off IceI LcisilieKy A eDak1 McrriwcthcrSeey 1 JoSPCt4I Trial Jas B Stead llLn MedI Director e Henry A Hodge Bupt AgeucleslCeJttuekyA 7 Admf 66tsDecal 198G 6W7M W I SIIBEUJSaOCSUl 90 IIM tf t lncrc geinSurpluSJ50974 32 nIIP1I lIMwne dL E11oeveuQwdltarcs 171M4M j w Izt4554t c I jLJ J N i aVbi j j avSpecialAgent W I J J1u RICHMOND KY II iii I LAND ST9Biio IOP TiLe VdfnrcItiri i1iiJi sale of several tons ot figj frigate Jiay at 15 La ton Phil Ciirlsmnn n vJnil1bug pard- ner hllS80I ldtJUOjbu heJaJIifribpota toesat 7Sc t i V J Smith Ncl buiit seven mnlualn Cumberland ujuniylmit week tit 185 Adair revs Gourde Hiirdiujr and son sold 30 fe- Ulalu 1i19tlqlJl Wwt LJerbulls nt ml 25 ACflhIII Iii iht iiifuri JoirnalI- COr1i sul IIi In asey couutyi n FtJhe SU I1crdJourIi nutes tht iaI s ora btitili oltuck hogi at3i and f7 f oundjl U at 21i it1Fra Liir4 Ctrri I nrwlts urlf 1OOOTh Vdlfey VitJY rrgciit says Liilt- Cliarks CSaulterl tiul 6 0 pouindcot IThethe hirgeslsiiice Ibi Tit peoploMp there cant bur baskets enough to hold them T D Ohuhault Jr has 300 acres of corn which in epituiofh the recent JjtrrelstoMr i Jt ilnlt Jo 1P41I has purchaseJ tilt JfI es imtry farm in Boyle county The farm contains 205 acres and was sold for 20000 W C Terhaimhtthbllit t75 mule coils atCatiis itIiIaizshiimouk aiul Lawrcncciburj lie an iaVprve of 27 They weie ailpej I wtts1mrjDenmJraLS fotk1IirSam K llodsln on of Geo Fox of Hedges 2G head of 1050 lb cattle at Sj and BtccRts and 16 head of 1000 to 1100 lb celtic of W K Gordon at Sj cents Winchester Sun The largo stock bam of 1J Farris jour miles from Danville on llarrods burg pike was struck by lightning Wednesday evening and burned We wera unable to learn the contents and amount of los Danville Advocate There were only about 100 cattle at Winchester court day according to the Sun Sales were slow a low 1100 lb steers brought 4 eta Some yearling steers sold for S74 to 3 els heifers 3 cts a couple of good bulls 2l cts Just after winning the 100 cup for roadsters at time Elks Fair Sheriff Hen ry 21 Bosnorth of Fayette sold his 5yearold roan gelding by Margrove dam of Elcrslie Wilkes to W H Mar tin of Greenwich Conn for 1500 C F Neagle of Lexington yesterday sold to C U McCormick a wealthy banker of Salt Lake City Utah a team of carriage herees trotting bred which eau show a mile in 225 The price paid was S The Elizabclhtown News says that at the sale of Woodrings Rad Polled Dur hams throe cows and calres brought 340 seven bull calves S3S4 twelve head of matured cows S809 an average of a little over 67 and seven head of yearling calves 254 At the sale of J W Sandusky in Woodford county last week the follow lug prices were realized as reported by the Versailles Sun Work mules some of them aged brought from 50 to 03 common horses 28 to 7150 11 milch cows 26 to 3S o steer calves 4 months- old 16 each 4 heifer calves 12 each A secondhand grain drill brought 30 buggy 26 rockaway 2- 1Adecreaseofi250000in the Ameri can visible Bupplyftfwheat lasfveek reduced total stocks to about twenty million bushels less than a year ago and the phenomenal exportation pre yenta accumulation despite free marketing Total exports from all surplus countries last weekwere enornous owing to liberal shipments from this country TheSe influencec together with a Government report upon which the Produce Exchange Statistician makes the yield 6nljrG59 000000 bushels caused a sharp advancijin prices While predictions bfifttucQd yield are not given much attention the phenomenal export movement is a factor that naturally gives much strengt1iDuni Review CyjfTJiiANA COURT The market on j all kinds of stock was fairly active at Cynthiana court day says the Times There were plenty of buyers which made competition strong at prices a lit tie advanced over last months tales on good yearlings and twoyear old steers a few lots reachingabout four cents most of sales from 2 to 3Jc Considerable inquiry for feeding steers ot good weight Borne of which were on the market These perhaps could bavo been sold for 4c Calves medium to good from 12 to 15 por head mitch cows slow sale from 20 to 30 per head Mule colts sold from 20 to 0 average about 30 Horse trade dull on common and plugs 20 to O about the range medium to good ones sold privately at the stables at fair prices Its a good idea to kcep stiU when your cause is bad Chamberlain has only gotten himself deeper In the mess by explaining the British actions in South Africa Hi should have kept still and pressed on to glorious victory SUCH A CHANGE 1hekincheeks are plump No more pain and misery no mere headache no more Tadicei What worked the cJyusge MediealDieoverywhkh that prevented nutrition and also cleaaMd the clogged ama lIIuaIakliver- Dr Pierces e1Xeaicalvery ewes diseases ef the stomach and other orgaM of digestion and wtrkioB It cures dfeeMee of lungs heart liver and other orgaJ seem remote from the stomach because many of these dis eases have their cause la n diseased con ditioa of the stomach tevolvia the allied orgaaa of digeetioa and jwtritjos writesXIIeo west Va I stated esse as as I fewriaI z1vosey and avKtte Prescriptfoa hitlikeluI wore Bdftwol your mididue uedlroise tbre r tsin a week JIM tll wok YHItt conntMced i6g y jIidIdes s Ttoomli4d toe IIkiW I au ead sow 4 ukcd o as if M coem4et tL as sad e aiM s me isIp bit tt ere4threeaid Jtadchcal1 took ti k bkyurD HIMdtIe Pta elkts cure eoattiiwtkw JOJ c L 1 WORTHY StJCGESSOI 6 4 Ji t5mtlng Kew tit Sun All doctots have timed to cufe GA TARRHrIy tle un tit votnlifr acid tlilllhtttfonnl11lirlueuibranef iHiiiiiu them to crajk opeu abd beI The powerful iicicio ttieii in the JphUh1 l m e entirely crttiit any the that lliuir maktra hnv Aluirti to tllre wliile pastesjiiid oiittfnunu cannot reach time disease An old and experioncCit prac titioner who has fur manyyears jnndi a close study Ilnd specialty of thetrcat atIerfeetlusilti nOtpnJy relieves aL onco but p rnnucuUyicnres CATARRH by rts cause stopping the this charges amU curing all intlatnumat ion It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afllictetl parts This vniiderfiil remodv is known tu NUliKJJlia G U AHA NTEED Ar HlnllCUl HUll is soM at time of Ono lollarYeacli Pmclcngo containing IlItcmldlLIitflxtor mal mediiIi7b suffieiont fur a lull tout iis fr atuionr atmilvt cry ling necessary to He perfect Use plrftctICtion quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in tlioHEAD CATARRH when neirleclwl jfiftnn leadS to CONSUMPTIONSKUK FLES will save you Ifyoti use it at once It Is no ordinary lemedy hut a compltito treatment which is posh ivoly1 guaranteed tb cure CATARRH city form or if used according to time directions which accompany each package Dont delay hut send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive fcpmal advice from the discovert of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without kwt to you b ynnil time SNUFFJLES the UAAEED CATAURII CU lIE II Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of DeptC059EDJW1N and 2332 Market street Philadelphia linavlyr It will be hard for tiiejuti1Ichnit- o force the ship puhsidy ieaf in the face of time record made by merit can ship building during tIme past year but it will certainly try to do it Thq fact that every ship yard in the country is overcrowded with work and has had to neglect is Governments con tracts in order io avoid being behind band on private engagemen wilLcut no ice with those who wadttdfifiEOneif hands into the Gocrnmttr ngh B W Purgell Kintersvilie Pa says ho suffered 25 years with piles and could obtain no relief until DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo effected a permanent cure Counterfeits are worthless Perry Thomas Time prettiest scenery this season of the year is that along the line tl the popular Henderson Route Almost the entire distance from Louisville to Honderscu you are in full view of the Ohio river in addition to this the cIa gauL ballast of lImo road makes it lie sirable to the traveler as it is almost free from dust IDont wait until you become chronically constipated but take DeWitts Little Early Risers nowarid then They will keep your liver andbowela good order Easy to take Safe pills Perry Thomas Americans must understand that these battles reported from Soutlt America arc chiefly Pickwickian What each General means is that he would have killed and wounded such and such a number of the enemy if either he or the other fellow hatllifrun away NorrisSilver North Stratford K II I purchaseda bottle of One Minute cOughdoctorsbottlo relieved me the second and third almost cured To day I am a well man Perry Thomas The dispatches from South Africa bear a suspicions resemblance those Weyler sent from Cuba Every day or ave have a list oC forty Boers killed 500 cows captured and one Brittisner rounded slightly prescribingKodolDjspcpsla lug found that it is the best prescription they can write because ItIs the one preparation which contains the elements necessary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kind anti it therefore cures indigestion and dyspep sin no matter what KB cause Perry Thomas Now it is rumored that the Panama Canal Company and not the asphalt trust is behind the troubles in South Africa It may be so either company is capable of nearly any thing where its pockets are concerned t FOR Rubber Stamps Call at this Office The Cynthiana Democrat says no portion of a man ever appears on Un cle Sams coins and no portrait of a woman on Jiis postage stamps That is the reason we lick the stamps and squeeze the coins The Louisville Henderson St Louis RailwayKenderson Route is relaying its entire road with now heavy steel rail which is bound to make it still more popular with the pmbhc Iftho man who reported that Admiral Schley was not popular nt Now port hoped to inJure him by ithe failed most lamentably Jndeod that fact Is likely to endear him the more to the plain people After all however why shouldnt John Cull use Africans in his ware Uncle Sam used nearly 2QO 000 of them against the South during our civil war Mr Babcock saystliat protection is also intended io protect the consumers Oh go away Babbie Its too late in the day for you to iiiru humorist What the matter with the Republican party Its alt right so far as weve heard nothing has happcped to Mark Hanna Both sides of tho steel strike have lots of confidence but money talks all the same these days and neither is making much There is one rodfieniing feature about a folding bed oven ilxe juoat timid le malt doesnt have to loot uadcrit her lore retiring General TJrHxi Uribe fen t dead after all TUrt is oeof him wnt dotid we dont kM rDJMWt the oUter one Ir hu t nre mnore nJUOI18i1e6O L I IJ1 V r 7 Vyf liltIJl5 At t famousJ if R aitedCffr ARBUCKLB BROS Notioa Dept New York CJtyNy PATENTSADVICE NoUcc in Inventive Age Book Ilow to obtain Patents The low price i JJFf famousIroasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should Htf not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a andotii in aLr4norodupfu1s to the pound No other firm In the world can buy coffee to s gOod advantage as the producers of Arbuckles CofFee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with sucfrgreat care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better anyJth itc Z anywhere near thesame price r You 7 aIsb ge Hheach package a t definltepartTiffsbme useful article Fhu formation with each pkckage n Save the signatures DESIGNS TRADE MARKS COPYRI6HTS OBTAINED FREE 1 Cnam moderate No fee till patent is secured r E AddreisGSISERSPatent C 750Round Trip I JrQueen d Crescent v f tl Route FROM NICHOLASVILLE TO t CLEVELAND ACCOUNT ENCAMPMENT G+ ARSep- ternbcrlOi4 1901 J Gen Mgr Q P A CINCINNATI Oli- tOLouisvilles Great INTERSTATEFAIR Sept 23 = Oct 5 1901 Magnificent Roirmn Plppodrome and Athletic Carnival Americas Grandest Exhibit of Live Stack and Farm Prod- ucts15000o00 CASH Cattle Premiums SPEED CONTESTS ON ILLUMINATED TRACK An Old Fashioned Fair with uptodate Amusements Admission Day25c Evening lOc SEND ecu ass a I s o 50c SHJnorMm I months Sill US i to he s as r Louisville i gS T 1C JT ri Ol 71 IVi JEa O l f 1lh Brightest cad float Al ternoon Paper la time asSouthS Latest AtarJcctQwlatteM Sift K AHtfceLecalNews Latest State News s I J5JJ CMTftete Press Reperts tL3rgest Circ Utipa 5 I S in the South 5 8SJHI 860ee ANO OVER DAILY nthE r s K t fI- M lofJfTH vI LoutevHIe r Ky pIzfl 1 IFast schedules finest tramp to Cin cinnati and North Queen Crescent Route OKLAHOMA Indian Arkansas Territory Texas J BEST REACHED BY Illinois Cental MernphO Road j i By Leaving idi svf He at noon 1038Sc a 1 Only Line Running FreeI Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville- For schedules and rates write to RH FOWLER Trav Pass Agt I O R B Louisville Ky Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And Th- eOHIOFARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Year For p150 Time OHIO FARMER Cleveland O 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 pagesMostpracticaleditorsNo wide awake farmer will he with journalItAddress Climax Printing Co- RIchmondKy Great Summer Excursions c via The Burlington Route Time Uuilingtori oilers the cheapest excursion rates to the West and North west that have evr been made The conditions tire SrI varied that one should write time Giiernt Passenger Agent or ask the nearest ticket agent as to details etc Very Clxoap West Daily to Colorado Utah BInik Hills at about Half Kate and from August to 10th and September let to 10th loin than half rates round trip to Colorado and Utah such as only 21 St Louis to Deiven and retur- nHomeSeekers Excursions Every first and third Tuesday to Ne CalitornlaNorthwe California Excursions Every week In through tojiriat sleepers DenverScenicCheap Excursions isforth Every day to St Paul MiHaeapells and Lake 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