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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti 41AXI NUMBER 16 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS Rw MILLER ATTOBSKYATLAW rtt KKTTOOKT e n the Burnam Building next door to luL i National Bank febSly 1 SULL1VAJ ATTORNEYATLAW KM1MOND KENTUCKY itt ver State Bank Trust Co opt inut House on Main Street I Tv It M OHKNAUIT iTTOKXEYS AT LAW IM iVTTUCICYMiif on Second Btreet over Chen nit a grocery W R LETCHER AitofneyaiLaw KENTUCKY L MOND KtfOffice over Taylor Bros Store JCKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- lOUiSELLORS AT LAW pitLIMOND KENTUCKY w uffle over Thurman Grocery CODlpanya PHYSICIANS Oils GIBSON GIBSON P UYilCrANS AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY IM iRUeinihr oe tCinS building aDd 10 Sec itt over Vhiie gold druotore tj i H s C HOOKER I ETERINARY SURGEON if aJimte Ontario Veterinary College VcUnairy Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty jOtlice at stable on corner First and v ater Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly H a JASPER M JJl Medicine and SurgeryS nflre lrUliw Building Maiutreet t ir ur ni rr iilcMCe the Carr place en ilrmtdvray KJNTVCKY 111 IVANS W D GW PHYSICIAN AND SIIROEO- Ntt4IlMU1 KENTUCKY DENTAL SUSOERY tT Oaete t tonSOt nBNTIIIT OF LOUISVILLE Ky l Office next door to Government Bnildlnf UuiaSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 Iy Dr Louis II Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio alt Madison Avenue Covington Ky KJ ue at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY SEPT 11 1901 rttauug every second Wednesday o each uUii Ricrcncc every physician ol Rich LnLEy mayllyi- l actie limited W the diseases of the eye Our Goods AND+ Our prices r mpel you to trade with us when you give us a trial B ili t i IIS 1mivrii IDDJ bj ji Tit ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la youbuythe latest uptodate Roods Is that what you want If so trade with YYhItAND GiDSnn I am agent for th- ePagejWire Fence wM And wlllsell joy amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at tines Mao pure bred Durock Jersey Hog for eale JTCOYv KIrksville KI VILEYff p THEDCTA1LOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his Kirrienta are unsurpassed He baa it received an elegant lot QL IM RTED rAI Prom New York and de ir6s to nkakej you an uptodata SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all tIe clothes house turns out He ifwily the equal of Walilu Winter or anv tailor west of New York JIJt TRY HIM foWMLEYMAIN STt J ilPXINOTOHT JtT l3feb1f4 1 Af ecesI JEWELRY r c4The largest stock in central Kentucky be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecondand ++ Swiss Watches also oft j Diamond Setting and fine + Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEOALS D8igujugHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of IndiantimesMy Motto let RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E KYl3febIy JAPANESE p ECBBEofulioslTo1tlIcsOintment A tuneror erery niton and docreo Itmatcsiinopcnuoa blebareKtalttnx tn death unnecessary Why endure WrittenQuarantee 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iniM xItICML 4wa LoiMit LS1S Hf cIadI1J MMIad re4wI iM 4MIVam4UUyUipCS44i X I T bia uUMpicMMr km elW- Jv1 x CITLPr- v JitI7 DoDOjWILJtTn Jvaa aa DEFENSE OF- INVESTMENT COMPANIES General Manager Bowman Answers Attacks Underlyf ing Principles Compared With Life Insurance Lexington Ky August 23rd 1901 J The Editor of Tim Morning Herald Lexington Ky Dear Sir The Editor of the Louisville Evening Post has lavishly used its news and ed itorial columns in an attempt to destroy the property and reputation of a large class of intelligent citizens in tug State of Kentucky yet when he is con fronted with facts and figures that he can not refute he luis not the manhood or courage to publish As evidence of the above I submit the enclosed com munication which was emit to him but for reasons best known to himself lie refused to publish Very truly yours A SMITH BOWMAN fecrelnry and General Manager Lexington Ky Aug 22nd 1901 The Editor of the Evening Post Louis yule Ky Dir Sir There appeared in the columns of your paper on Tuesday August 20th an editorial in which you condemn in vestment companies while you uphold the p1niit of insurance This editorial states that there is no analogy what ever between these companies and life Insurance The life insurance policy is an investment of a specific kind It is based on mortuary statistics covering nearly a century The insurance com panies base their returns on a three and a half per cent investment whereas no investment company could live which did not hold out promises far in excess of any possible returns from any aboveIthe literature of some of tlu lICit known insurance com panies in America As these are their OWII figures taken from their own lit erature we assume that they are cor recto The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York in their weekly statement theyhaveevery dellur paid to the company by the insured The Etna Life in n recently Issued circular saye For each 100 paid the insured received 32019 or over 320 for every dollar paid to it In 1894 the New York Life paid 269 policies of but one years standing ag gregating 9GO79M4 on which they had received in premiums less than 30000 over 30 for each dollar paid by the insured Taking the Monthly Reviews of the New York Life from September 1893 to June 1901 it stows that they have paid an average of 274 for each dollar paid by thn company As to whether the returns of these old line companies are upon a three and a half per cent basis we leave it to the Editor of the Post to answer Had he stated that the Reserves of the Insurance companies wore computed on a three and a half per cent basis his statement would not have been sub ject to attack The returns to policyholders however and the interest basis for computing their reserves are two very different propositions Yon stale No investment company could live which did not hold cut prom ises far in excess of any possible returns from any safe investment This com pany has lived lor nearly eight years and we place Its entire literature at the disposal of the Post and respectfully ask that it point to the public where it has ever held out inducements such as that actually paid by the ab veIold line companies The Editor of tht Post takes us to task for being bold and defIntite In Its promises as to the future yet else where expresses doubt as to the ability of this company to pay the returns promised We defy the Post or any insurance actuary that it may desire to call in ti show in the contract oi this company where we ever assume an ob Hgatiou as areat as has been assume jand paid for by thesa hold line coJVn ngrhecan not imngine any investmentwhere such returns are possible Specula tive enif rpiises arid latteries urjay yielQ tiecuriUesdoIt is a well known fact thjYt the aver A Wife Says We kefour cIiil4 tta With the first thus sclfcred almott fjnbearabk paias from J2 to 14 hours aad tid to be pUced under the influence of ehVjolerm I vted three bottles of Motfitrsf Friend before out lot child came whkk k 2 strong fat 4healthy boy doig liouacwkfptowithlatwoWurs of birth 14 sur- Cacdbutafer1urd paiaz Tjiis hal rnndIIaI1c Jothers Friend will dofor every weaa wlklliW Set IMfasMotsi mother who Twrii the above W teV Not to use k ellJlka mitike to fee paid for ta paIn jaadi m trMiy Skthcr FrienJ equips 1k yftiMt wMe oag feody ami cUtr fahMnr wfad te kEn are knd is He cYL It 7Jtd1tJ all tue oepi ecrsnJ is tMvUtwa Soc the fta lk JtWiIfaiorll Mtacta Mrilhicor MMtas aJ jt woiIWucIracowryi a uMWt Si Dtwg li MeePr4 ta 1k kad Ig ji1 t4fOiO1IrbS5lU5ttbSI ago premium rate per 1000 in any of the old line companies is about 30 per annum and that any cr these companies will issue a contract that upon the payment of this amount may with in twentyfour hours become a claim ol 1000 and that by a man inveuting 30 his estate may receive a profit of 970 As the New York Life the Mutual Lite the Equitable andthl of the Void line companies issue contracts ot this kind it will be interesting to how whether the Editor of the Post will class the c ntra t8 issued by these companies as speculative enterprises and lotteries or approved securities We challenge the Post or any actuary that it may desire to call in to show where this company under its contracts could ever under any conditions or circumstances be called npon to pay 1000 for only fJO paid in It will not be satisfactory answer to the thousands of intelligent citizens whose property and reputation have been attacked for the Pout to answer as have so many that one is insurance and protection aud the other in vestment that one is based upon mort nary tables covering nearly a century while the other is new Call it by whatever name you mav whether insurance protection endowment or tontine it is in essence simply an Investment a man makes with the hope of his estate reaping a profit It Is no argument to say that the one has mort nary tables covering nearly a century for there was a time when the mortuary tables were not as old as the Experience Tables of the investment companies The Post asserts that there is DO analogy between the investment companies and life insurance We say that there is not a fundamental princi pIe involved la the conduct of cooper etive investment that is not found in life insurance and you can notimpeach tbe system of the one without shaking from center to ciromference the underlying principles of the other Call it by what name you will clothe it in whatever phrases or technical terms youmay the fact remains the same that in reality the only thing that any old line insurance company does Is to collect premiums invest a part of it use a part of it for expenses and distribute the balance The investment company does exactly the same thing It collects premiums invests a part of it uses a part of it for expenses and distributes the balance If the insur ance company has a right to do this certainly the investment company should have the same light The in surance company issues contracts whereby if the premiums are not con tinued up to a certain time the holder forfeits the amount he has paid The investment company likewise issues a contract whereby the holder if he does not continue to make his payments to a certain time forfeits what he has paid in Certainly if one is allowed this privilege tim other should be In the matter of forfeitures however it is a well known fact that the time of the nonforfeiture of a contract in the in vestment company is much shorter than is usually the case in the insuo ance company We defy the Post to show a single source of income for tieinsurancecompany that tho invfetru ent company can not show a corresponding source of income As we said before there is not a prin ciple involved in one that ia not in yolved in the other The ouly differ ence is in the application of U ie prin ciples The one system has utaosen to pay its profits to the estates of those that the befora the end ofp endowment period while tbe other has chosen to pay its profits to tb6e that live through an endowment p riod It is an axiomatic proposition t that it costs no more to pay a giveu z mount to the living than to pay the ear ne amount to the estates of the tfecear sed In other words Ua company poee into an obli galiou to pay UiOoo it does not mat concernedwhether self or his estate Death is not an earn companybutpolicies r aid It you can substitute BOmethiQg for deat h that is as fair and equitable for determining the contracts to be paid there is no reason why the liviv K should not receive the benefits w f he same system of cooperation as tb e estates of the deceased It is a visit known fact that by reason of age and physical disability only about twenty per cent of the population and they the strong and healthy who least need its benefits can get insurance Is there any reason in law morals or equity why a means should not be de vised whereby the other eighty per cent should be able to take advantage of the same system of cooperation There has been much said in the cot umns of the public preaa in the last few weeks In regard to investment compa themlasdeny that there are probably companies Organized for illegal purposes Then are possibly dishonest companies organ ized bv men who had no knowlege of the fundamental principles involved but this is true uf every class of busi ness The fact that a business is abused Is no reason that the principles in volved should be attacked There al ways have been and always itflll Je dishonest men ia every vocation In life There are honest editors there rre dig honest editors there are honest insur lance companies there are dlshcneat in fcurance companies So It is irith in ivpetHvmt companies There are beoeet BV companies and fianonest onee It is a well known fact Ihaf since the itfceptioa of this buslaees it has been not bitterly fought by tbe laewaaee ponipaniea They have BM IinedalMl vllIif1ed the bHalsees they 1as Wwfjiil laU ways that were dark aBdadyi yet they would never coame oat opea sad above board aad attack the priadf plea Involved The Post has coBtiaa oduled uvcm nt eompsniaa- D4 upheld Ineuranee cirpnieg In ftrder that the public nary bow some llOwJugtiet Ma Bok whleh k WMlto uWd iwdwrfH on questIos perfMnJs to iantotThe ProvidentSn1 used fA 1NO more tha 48 ptJrtot lrto6lpremIum receipt for expenses The tCOn ti Uth qefoiI oil for the- Cblldren Give them oil codliver oil Its curious to see the result Give it to the peevish fretful child and he laughs Give it to the pale anaemic child and his face becomes rosy and fullof health Take a flat chested chdor a child that has stopped growing give him the oil and he will grow big and str ng like the rest This is not a new scheme yearsOfright oil Scotts Emulsion is the one IScotts Emulsion neither tastes like oil because we are so careful in making it pleasant to take Send for free sample SCOTT OOWNE QemSsu Pearl St N 7- 5UCOdiu1 L4nggIII LATE STATE NEWS Culled from our Exchanges Hampton Mite and Robert WMaker who live four miles south of Lexington became involved in a quarrel in which Mize shot and killed Whitaker Mize has not been arrested At Williamsburg the jury in the case against Charlie and John Shotwell returned the following verdict Wethe jury find the defendants John Shot welland Charlie Shotwell guilty and fix their punishment at confinement in the penitentiary for life At Lexington Mrs Andrew Arvids son whose husband slew Paul Goetzon account of his attentions to Mrs Ar vidsson has filed an answer to Arvids sons suit for divorce She confesses the charge and acrees to let the hus band have thoir children It is the closing chapter in the tragedy Judge Sauflory delivered a learned opinion in refrence to stock being permitted to run at large on the streets of Lancaster bi which he held that while the town had the right to confine stray stock it bad no right to charge for taking up an d keeping stock which was not permit ad to run at large but which escaped without the owners knowledge Sto ck which is permitted to run at large will still be taken up and the owner vill be required to pay the fees W W Wells a barkeeper at Fat mouth conmeucad a few years ago taking creosote by the recommenda tion of his doctors for consumption He has taken it so long and in such quantities that he has become so satur ated with it that flies or mosqnitoes will not bother him and if he stays in a room any len lt of time the flies will leave it lIe has become BO ascusto med to it that he can take drops at a dose He is a wonder to the medical profession 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 25 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marion Reedy con tains the best independent polical articles stock anti financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and general miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will 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thug placing withinTeach of every jodym treatment more eMiia1 Uaa tIaer eoMiog 6 to tfO Fall direction M MCOMpMiy Kh packajp Special ac twice skilled w1i riirl eMs without cx tm ehiuvev oI mid tOMirnirtof the wmdoanceipt of One Dollar Addratf Dept C9i WED wm B QILB8A COMPANr SWO and 2822 MarJtutreetPbHadlphia All eorrt pond iic trictiy oonfideu lnayIyrI= L My Religion II d mt claim much religion nor pre tend to be ft saint live done wmie scripture readln an Ive done a heap that aint My morals Its jtsa n ildlln toorlfr twixt and sorter iwfn There is better men thai I am an theres some thatV jOoI as mean Soiietiincs I JlII to iiiwiin when Imf- eelin in the mood An BoniHiineri I filIIn vitiini to the temptin of the sun ul Im m t to IIIH a little when they git me good an mml Or to take a little tlth a lui Im feel in kinder bad Im fond o good liorsisracin an Id jest as ell cintfeit When they used to run ihe lottery Id sometimes take a guess Ive done lilY share o backiu of the chickens in the pit And I love to smoke terbacker an I love tn chew and spit An whilst I ant no pugilistic bully an all that Ive been known Jest now an then to have a little spat Yes Ive licked a lot o fellesan been licked a lot 0 times An theres the sum and substance of my wickedness and crimes But I never harmed a neighbor with intentions of tile same AnI never yet betrayed a friend that trusted n my name I never struck a little child in my wicked days Nor I uever told a hurtful lie so help me God always I never wronged a woman whether good or whether had An Ive allers given freely of what little I have had To help the widder an the orphan jest the very best I could An theres the sum and substance of my clams to bein good Or to speak a little plainer lilY relig ion as you see Is to try to do to others an Id have them do to me An when I come to face the Judge up yonder on the throne There may be part the record that Ill be ashamed to own But whether saint or sinner whether scientist or fool Ill never lie ashamed to own Ive kept the Golden Rule Rufus McClain Fields Sid Darling 1012 Howard St Port Huron Mich writes I have tried many pills and laxatives but DeWittg Little Early Riser are tar the best pills I have ever used They never gripe Perry Thomas It ought to be broken gently to the Sultan between that faithful subjects are killing Armenians again Henry Braydon Harris N C says I took medicine 20 years for asthama but one bottle or One Minute Cough Cure did me more good than any thing else during that time Best Cough Cure Perry Thomas Few tears will dim Boston specta cles if Shamrock II ccmes first A never failing cure for cuts bums scalds ulcers wounds and sores is De Witts Witch Hazel Salve A most soothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the gen uine Perry Thomas Simultaneously with the coming in of the oyster three lobsters went out Goo W Lane Pewamo Mich writes Your Kodol Cure is the best remedy for indigestion and stomach trouble that I ever used For years I suffered from dyspepsia at times corn pelling me to stay in bed and causing me untold aeony I am completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In recommending it to friends who suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails Thus for I have never paid It Perry Thomas Late Literary News Fourteen noted writers were sent by the CosmopolitAn Magazine to the Pan American Fxposition to study the most interesting features with a view to preparing the most beautiful souvenir of any Exposition ever made from both a literary and an artistic standpoint To Ur Doolej was committed the case of the Midway Judge Robert Grant went from Boston to give a birds eye view of the Exposition in his own most delightful style Albert Shaw and Nicholas Murray Butler studied the value of the Exposltionand Itt educational influence Charles Y Turner to whom was committed the colorscheme the PahAmerican ex plains the methods by which he has produced such marvelous results Ar thur Brisbane in his own incompar able way takes the Incubator Baby and Niagara Falls for his subject Director General Buchanan contributes a very interesting paper on the organization of the Exposition Professor Pupln Col David Porter Heap Ella Wheeler Wilcox Lavinia Hart Julian Hawthorne and John Brisben Walker are among others who consider the various phases of the Exposition Under the diJection of the editors of The Cosmopolitan 105 photographs were prepared showing every Variety of architecture and every phase of life not neglectingthe Midway at the Pan American These are engraved and printed in style never surpased even in The Cosmopolitans high standard uf artAt Chicago thouMindsof copies of the World Fair number were sola at oue dollar it copy after time edition the plates having been worn out began to be exhausted and a fltlJietJ at the price of fivs dollars something that has never happened in the history of any other periodical since printing was invented The Cosmopolitans PanAmerican souvenir will be an even finer number than that of the Chicago Fair To those who have visited the Exposition it will recall vividly in days to come every feature they have seen and those who are unable logo there will secure suCh a comprehensive view of Its main at tractions as will be well worthy of preservation It is doubtful if any beak wiling at forty times the pries of the magaziK will give any description oi the Fair which will approach In interest and artistic value the September Cosmo politan The Cosmopolitan already has MM large olteHtete of intelligent thoughtful PWHlets reached toy any periodical dilly weekly or monthly ia the wofW Hd It sins to Inter a quarter Of a million otrlioanes this year Theeditloc of HM PaoABUrtoaB portion number abaolatelf limited looooooocop fJ1l LOUIS GUS STRAUS t Great Fall Opening Sale CLOTHINGGREATEST CLEVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY r 4 Boys School Suits 49c J 49 2 2 50 and up 4 Mens Fine Cassimere t Suits 2 99 and 3 99 t4 Mens Allwool Fancy 4 Suits 4 99 J 4 300 regular 1 50 and 2 00 98 CentsWhich is less than Cost We have just received our Fall importations in our Department and we are ready to show you largest best and most line of these goods in This department is in charge of Richard who will beglad to show you our s to jtjtjtjtMAKE OUR STOREYOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON LOUIS GUS STRAUS CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY r Fall Festival Some points briefly put about Queen Citys big September show It begins September 16th closes September 28 The Industrial parade on which many wealthy concerns are lavishing 2000 3000 each for individual features will be seen Friday September 20 The Night Pageant costing 60000 to be lighted through out electrically to contain floats more gorgeous it is claimed than any of the New Orleans Mardi Gras spectacles is announced for Wednesday evening September 25 Field Day Saturday afternoon Sep ember 21 at Chester Parkgold and silver medals Mill silver cups prizes Most prominent athletes of all Ohio Valley Indiana Kentucky Tennessee West Virginia and Ohio Colleges and Universities will Kraenzlein and Flannagan among the star cracks Monster Sacred Concert in Music Hall introducing the Festival Chorus of one thousand voices the great organ Cincinnati Orchestra of sixty musicians anti the most brilliant concert soloists lobe found in the big musical city of the Ohio Valley scheduled for Sunday September 22 Mabel Dufour Flinn Dell Martin Kendall A F Maish Jos Schenke and other solists Editors and Authors Congress a re- Union of writers of tIme Ohio Valley to bo a feature of the Festival Addresses by Wattereon Halstead McLean and other noted editors and the most amiI Dent writers Date to be A pariiculaily pleasing series of pic totes relating to the cotton industry in the South appeared in illustration of Mr Max Bennett Thrashers pleasantly written article called In the Cotton Field which appears in the September magazine number of The Outlook 13 a yaar The Outlook Company 287 Fourth Avenue New York Hacking There is noth jne so bad for a cough as cough ing It tears the- tendermembrane of the throat and lungs and the wounds thus made attract the terms of con suniption Stop your cough by using the family remedy that hac been curing coughs and colds forIEl out it r1 AYQTSeiqtrw loosens the grasp of your cough The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed all inflamma tion is subdued Id the awayThree one dollar size Is the cheap est to keep on hand the 5c size for Coughs you have had for some time the 25c size for M ordinary wrfd- Tori Mt 1 b4 a tad cia Jtba lloe ton sad Twrhoty ttIH k 4 a tnMwM of =11Ma I viM Ayers ao4 Ie euIJ took a bottleTud a hftlf to ou aF KJMWV Muu OM ws0I0MeaJY MN thiestur It yea ba icy rsifna s ss- sI H t Mens Black Clay Wor- sted+ Suits 4 99 f The largest and fines- tt line of Suits every shown + in Kentucky from the t celebrated firm of Alfred t Benjamin Co N Y dozen Shirts price now Tailoring the complete Kentucky Shryock line LEADING TAILORS Cincinnatis approximately compete JPeoples Friend Is he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron Beds Folding BedsRockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs o Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd in every respect WSOIdhamCor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND UIy3Jlr KENTUCKY VIGORMEI IckfwarmaReltIReSfortd Sold withEasnQ GuerDtesVitality Karroos DebIlity Injomnla Talllnc IWutlnc uacId1asDItUuiptaPtlcnltua Dlmae Wetkneue recoiling rroiatailo Stockton llagan Druggists decl2ly c L1a r CALLATror + L KodolDyspepsia l Digests what you eat ItartlflclalIydigeststhctoodand1ldsNature structing tte exhausted digestive organs Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach efficiency stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Hearthvn Flatulence Sour Stomach ftaasea d1guaideoprepared sale Perry Tho- masOKLAHOMA Indian J Arkansas Territory i Texas BEST REACHED BYI Illinois Lentral1 By way of Memphis QnlyOfleNiht on the Rod By ievisg Louuvlllo nooa jufT8rD Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars oat pf Louisville For schedules and rat write RH iOWLE1 Tray JtM JO Everything Tbfflo1 is complete MAfl IUEBVifE Ia 0 Lost M morr cod al i and all ilat r For Kale by CJ It it in It in For by it tq p The Burlington 1 California Excursionst Personally Conducted StLouisPersonallY Conducted Tourist Sleeper Inadditionconductors the crowning feature is andSalta fixture In tie Burlingtons pfissenger serviceVery Cheap to California and Return Much less than half rates are made September IV to 27 inclusive Final limit Noveaaber 1- 5Homeseekers Excursions to the West and Northwest Including Nebraska Kansas Colorado Utah Montana California WashII ton Orejpw and the Dakotas September 3 to 17 are the selected dates for these Autumn Excursions The Burlington his the best trains to Kansas City St Joseph Omaha Den xer St Paul and Minneapolis Do us the favor to write for Burlington descriptive matter outline your trip and let tw advise you AB ticket agent In the country east provide viI the No journey to the treat ts coin plete without the Bwrtegtea SeHte as assprtofit It ithe gre tMC carrier of travel throafhoat U t LovteiMM FarebM It ill the nate tnT elect red threoii the West O iSa SiM milefl ef ned ajm mDsoaiaMn truck Ii WK8KAWttW C4awJ0eII sIi IfI L v I iw Print S haws thyovJh 1 lie Pjchmond Climax J f CHEXAULT Proprietor A D MILLER Manage It LEE DAVIS fd1tr WEDNESDAY jil i Il = on = tjMLIMEJJLFl imI1 The Climas Printing Coi DEMOCRATIC TICKET hua fISJX B TfBPlN ATTOIIIT4LJ TEns COBit- SHliKIK- FJMN f WAGERS HI JAZLk a JES CLA UlfJ JE8Ss COBB Ioa PSEA7T HAS L BEAKCV rIFoa 111 w WAGERS hFSSO CHUKtiK OLANnI0 ETt 1 ROCK k f tkO 1llFf SAMUK8 1 tJIIPAV1U 3fc WcIcL C iTALO ol c LAum amD oft eDl ra P tRaWL- c COUCUMJi J caiwiji TWeUa B 1Ir wIev4C G Doalaa WL Anwld EVEKY Ituc Iqyal ALeTjp eitiSMB ii matter nlit Tiis politics deplores the nttoinptr asasi1Ifttjofl of Pres- ikntMc1inIv at ii hands of an Ant hist at Butlilo lft FrHnr AW rcallics MI earliest prayer tor hie ie ly recovory The uinnroiu M mlt could not have Loen pr i ptei y pt11IOuaI1l1alitI or political iinnimosi iy but seems ID have bwn iwpired by that rabid ar nvilationar doctrine xi oundeU liv Emma iohinian and there of hf ikttul vrhih aims at li Fiibversiintr Kitty These red hitided jclaet are the I nIoi Loveramcnt and why they jBaVel iwii permitted in tile fa f nt t air ni iidiarv utttiaiHi and ll logigns and deeds to remain liJIiualI Country is a matter of surprise take a serpent t cur bosom tll its deatlly faiirs into our itai These Anarchists Jive in an atmosphere n revolution and their evtry thought iImurder Itfe high time that the 0 frnmetit take fome steps to riil iountry of ttuse conscienofess iui ireantf nha rimes have backrucd me pagce of civilization alt WUOK orondeet ambitioc IE to commit mar Jer in high jlaees This i It ii President Mi Kinley is eufricicnt iixnf that their iaim to lacing fni uls of liberty and iustlcg of freed M the vtriest rot aiiii nsumed for tLc jur- Oe of creating a rcfgn of anarcby nnd carnival of xd Let the oficirilg in per not p the crusade ririotj litn iutil tviv lao avdlv iiieiV 4in is lriveu ut i this lanti of the t anti liome f thr Lrave Down with tile Anarcliikts s M K i t has been d i ref ally bfoagbt j iiunie to thorn perhaps the Bepobli canll will now admit that nxjBBiuation is a horrible crime and may be inetcr of shielding the aaeaseins of the late Woremor Ooebel they will now assist the nutliOcHacs in bunting them down and meting out to them the punish inent that such cowardly crimes deserve I SfTIlE montlfly ffitomnt t f state TrvMurer TTfigcr slibws ii brilmice in the State trciwnry of 194OSSJxJ CJIBmwerCOIJ I LEXINGTON KY jinly reduced prices t n Wellmade J Grace fOily designed Highly polished Dressing Tables Add much to the appearance of a room and greatly to lt earn fort and conveniftttce TVov about In this sale and Priced AwayDownt1 Heres afPw forivammple N Price iNl ai MahOWlllY French Mirror large drawerj told foriSGO 7- ojJiIJirdsEye Maple gracbiul J in design highly polish cd vas 2500 Now 10 Ctf i fMO Real Mahogany has vary largo mirror handsomely 4ly carved as S81 N9 w 2f 00 07 Cnrley Bircli pattern slop ed inirrbr 1n Jet iand j roo DIY W1 TrJ4If tlli 1f1ttJ 41Goldeif Ok4Intrntror t piancli t ci1Jb t jII8Jovu OltrlO L- XJj i JAJS4 j 1 J J J J IS J G1cbeCbI DVlfMAUi A1D Im LEXINGTON KY u IJ I at m n EJiLBY An Anarchist mTi Life of Qhicf lIt i KAI VMi MAY KKUn ElL The Presidents condition continues to improve and his recovery is almost generally cxpccted5He suffers no pain and not a single unfavorable sympton has developed Bach successive bulletin issued by the physicians is more encour aging than the previous one While the physicians do not announce formally an opinion that the President will get well they all seem now to fejel sure oi it Yesterdays Cour ier JournalS The ir iiiiiy was profoundly shocks jnlaflII1Oon when the news was 1ashetl ovet the wires that lresidnt MoKiuley had been shot tvice HUt iiroliably fatally weunded by an jssas ii at tbe IJtilfalo Kxposi- tioc jVrjli looked at each other in firatllothTbe shrKriuL uirurre in the Ttmpie of Mutic it iiT p in Kastern tinao Tile atllljt t kI e President was made Ju nfT tho laity organ recital In ii iVriil1 ft Music and while tkf ie Viiif rn binir to shake Wpllf wth him it kiD the ciMtom of sLE Pjiiiei on bach georiomtoboU an ml 1 Tl as ain a We1 ii fi Lan weiring a high batiiip to 1usidont McKinley wRh8Li on Jii Jive niu xtendtd hitband v it tio Presitkrt grasped Inlialeit I BIJ the astaesir canied a revolver conce U ily fl limikerthief and while retaiI2r 1i jrap on the PrwWents hand iircd tw hlots into bit body The first sho tin red till left nreart and the sen ril rind most daogerone penetrated tlio aixlmnen The Presidents bodygunn III posed of tWo detectives in civilinn dress were landing near fwd iinujuliataly fcMVpon tbesin and tore him to the nund Tiir crowd iu the moan time realized the mans irpci and itwaswiUttliCkuly tha tile police attf acted to tieste hy tie sots and the shouts of the niMf rfvl vrvulace preveuKil the irf IMII wnfking summary Tencreac upon t 1 Nations dcapwler As it WIS tiiin was Wr Sflb tiosy within etritI I ng dlsthee The 1out t in i In Ciol OjIEmm I1nit AiIrr1t- TI 1tt tin presence ofL l i4 t ie JS Shock of the ruiiil iieltnrl aiil walked eteajHl JflKK 1ir wi icaua 15iw- elfwhflMvff d 2atil 111 iround iura Tn tho nicaiii ardaitaot had bef n rfinxvnl froui tnc buihJfQs As HJiA tfat possible afi to theshoL- htg platooij 4 police tCtffd the waj to 1h rVieel BaiMin where the ErtetsAjerlioepiiM j1riI1ed anti a tci re ot niinp irivsiuaiii erttatthe1c4nl oi tIe Katiaps Ctttt The fit i iii vas onud tt 1Iaf lodged f ainst the breastbone art nrjtt easily lfrrctcl The titer i kreJ the nll iii dl on although an in ition v Ii iii vvery effort put iurtb to lijii h iii it coud not be located Tb nuis vas hastily closed and afte tnuiiiHatifn it was decided to removt tin patient to the home4f Jofci il iiiinni Ircsident of the Expothr Lc tile MrKinrpy patty nen staying Mrs JicKinley vas at the Miibnrn Linnf when tlif assault occurred sad wits kept in ignorance as long as pOKi bio When tbe news was finally cont uinnicated to her she met the shock bravely but is unconsolable When it was known that the assailant was locked up at police beadqnartett am immense throng rtbercd there Kut for prompt action on the part Xif tbe police they would have lynched the assassin 11idnttim tU assassination Presiden Unici was shot in Fords Theatre April IB 1885 by John Wilkte Booth Booth was killed by ouLcaas white resisting arrest President Garfield was ehbt 4hi1e tirailroad cUtion on the nrn ifvl Jtfyl 3881 brOh rlsGultn Jilqappinted ffIcO5NkCrS Gultoau was hanged for his crimonterIt long aM tedioos trial Ills pies was iiima ity CoxtBKssM CHAMP CLARK of Mis onri in franonnein his candidacy for the JJaited State Senate to euceced Senitict lays down these eounfl political maxims ffJie emJCratic party Seeds no Jort l1iz1ltloJj till the all sufficient reason that it is thoroughly organized and that too by the rank anlilel A man cau nut bo iuakle the llama tratic party fur till purpose of reorgan izatig and ooteitle of it for4IlrnIlr- pose ling twrJ in T1t w 0ti I i 1lOt wak issues IlieyOpe e tit issues rtfO does mJJt i iaf- fiI M tteat or d HiM lrMehl Jyears Ifcu have 16 ftaeft belet irihhy tliinf4nw can we ioptre faith in otliera or have iuiUj MI each other or even an Hnelyet j Tlw doors of the charchdenipcratic tJIe opubat while we w wjlliugJAhome oncefurwlift4ra emocrat i n fti 1 Republican rILlkf f44t4hJiHt4 werlh the consideration of every Democrat JeatkiecLt xprcdietei1 be oilJd1Ir s BnrnanVwho was nom ated for Representative by tho late ne l convention has ro rjltTdeclinedl the empty honor rllb1J I rln to Ioo rhj8 Rooks ndiierd hit inftirid arid his mill W wtrrlflrinR his fortune In 5i vatn qu tK after political preferment only to KO qown in tie fwfe in 4end iit lbe 5Jniiicis f cftver Clinrloll Seas thtnoiJrh4d the Demacrat Bj always desort a sink jug aJilp nlM thb Mltibrtof thdllon Mr 1 urnim may be taMp nsmuy LIiOd evidence that thb old weatliof boaitfn croft of EepuWicanism Jier aoats is in 1THEAssessnient Iras inlairthri under the Kontaoky katutes lliJropJirenud marine Insurance csuip tJ iest mont companies anti h illar cerpora bona in KeutncJty innst report their franchises for valuation and assess ment If Ji16 with tof9le theIsEX eeuIii eesm n Ftuiikfort Vterdib sidor tlT OfO1g a rimary tiirot1gjLttt State to select a nominee for United iStatos Senator Governor McCreary left Monday to be present at the meet in Titt trial pf the Goebel assassins will cbiiie up agaiB at Frankfort r Monday The prosecntion claims to have discov t1Vt hew iniifltngTh t1itUIT urat iIi ittl tit Itof the jonspiratorB 1 R P LlTIcsr A Fraukfort dispatch says Hon June W Gayle of Owentou expects to be u candidate fur Auditor aOhc next Domocratic State Convention UHMiumei Jjto ahelmii110fIf the- IatCougressnii I vtui E Sefflb h- eerted in OcU1er The fund1for its- pU4ehaae werendsed princlpall IY1 pt- ddr sUbndi11Th S1he l1autSxaph soya the ticket UQni iuated kthe Rada at their recent contention will stick Yes probably until John Wagws arrests their progress Shin Lackey jails their aspirations J Tevls Cobb prosecutes their selfishness Jesse Cobb records their moaneSS after George Koland assesses the damages done the toi iUy by the aforesaid Re publican cliqoe The above will take place on Nor 5 when Judge Turpni conIdllUS them to KurTor a political deatn After they are delHi politically Cliff smuele will iioWsn inquest undhis verdict will be that they died for want of a popular following Surveyor Rock will give dimensions for the grave in which the aspirations of tho defeated candidates will be buried and a head stone mbe erected and inscribed thereon will be till following epitaph Dead and gone but whore wetxm not say Then after the burial Will Wagers will call all the school children together and give jlzezn some wholesome advice 011 popular education which will iinprew them with the aw firlness of Republican misfits in and out of onice Valley View Arg- eiitEERSONAL Mr Con Taylor is iu Louisville 1 Mrs Mat Cohen is in Cincirinati io day Jno F Wagars1 va in Cmcinnati- I10Rdcy f Mr lan foa BORES of WacoTexag y s ited relatives here this week MissNanuie Parrkh of Columbus Ohio is visiting Mrs G W PlcVels Mia Margaret Patrish left Monday for several days stay at Crab Orehaftl Mr Sobu Arnokl Is Lack from a peaMtint mtb Orchara prings Attorney 11 S Taylor has roturned from a visit to relatives in Clark county Miss Julia Higgiiis leaves today to visit Miss 8ae Melloberta of Danvilla Miss Nellie Hood of Corington is the attractive gneet of Mrs T D Chenault Jr iltSirs Thos IT and ieorgo W Piekels Jr spent Kuuday in Winches ier- Miss Dora Net has returned from a pi nsaot visit to relatives nt Hnrrocls burg Judge A Ii Gnroain of the Court of Appeals wee here several lays this week IAw10nIMiss Stella Thomson of lIt Sterling is Bennett the guest of her sitter Mrs Nealo Congressman J B White of Irvine was in the city Friday attending Oir cult Court IHr George Metshonof Warsaw Ky was guest of hia brother Afr J A Mersbon Sunday Miss Katherine Schmidt has returned from Cincinnati with a beautiful line of fall millinery Dr Eugene Hume has rotumed to Jiew York after spending tho summer with his relatives here Mr and Mrs Robert Poagc nee Letch ColIudMise Martha Brov n of Greensboro N C arrived last week to be with her brother Mr M G Brown Miss Kate Bianton who visited Miss May Eseott and attended the Shelby ville fair baareturned home Mrs D E Flora and Miss Margaret MoCollom wore in Cincinnati this week Bekctinj their fall millinery Mrs Gallic Gibson Humphreys of Ft Garrett Woodford county is with her daughter Mrs C D Chenault Miss Josephine Schmidt is back from a pleasant visit to friends in rjuisvillc where she also attended the Conclave Mrs 1uiieah neil- lI pjj inGgpri k arc I ji l J3n f rJttn hh StredtGeneral and Mrs J M Poyntz have for their guests Mrs Jessie arnorand daughter Miss Lizzie MouriIiof Paris f j I Mrs L P Mllwardand sonJLrry of Loiligton after a pleasant vieitwith- Mrs ElihgrTDeatherage liSvgrcturned lniie rsLJ Frazeo and daughter Miss II 4tiQ Martin are guetfMrs E R NorrIs and other relaH jlirSt oJLohPresident A II BastinthPntiaTol- ephiOiie Co with headfluafterfrat Lancaster was hero Thalbn buei ness V Miss Dove 11 Letcher of IHcbmond arrived tlie first of the week to take position in the college Mt VernOn asal 4 I f eth jf 1tAneoWerrillFdf tPLou prc Visiting MrsSWjhiihie lrelatiy- esiIii ciQ jz1- csSlta anaMattio rierind- oaii BardeiiofCpNel6n eyisi tingisjS W11QIJl e ontho Tatea Creek pike f Miss Mary Shackelford who for seV lral weeks has been the gtlest of Mrs 34r JiackeUord has returned to her icrmejnStLooiaMo 4 Blisses Sarah Stone Walker and Helen rloYOI GreeuVIlIeMIsear1t e Clt Op r nd 2rfrs W W Watt f ij iir Roy While RCtompkBied byhiss BctieJnesnnd Miss Macku rraeie4s Frtdaynielitfor l1Jf ckBt ek iLc piiait Mr and MrB0aiis 3ocs 1 1 1 Mat Cbben left Monday Joe iitti i e i4re PhiladeJphit Now diosWaonbHSinessfor Lk ifRn 1 Tra Cor ten days dre PerUns oIaata G4a- FlLs vIsits her iilriI W- icnncan aridoilier a3J1IMIU tel esinty i I1IriJhUjOa W Cafijpa anI uJL i f DebilityfDa ebould i rJn7 is orrice ebb and the 7hol tm sutfog Per Uii ncIiHm lati Hods SarsaparillaI- tvitelUi vsa Igp and tone to all tljw8fc2anft functions and Is potltiTH niI5ed sH rundown or drblii o1fkllI tI uocenu tcr Jamie and Mrs Thomas Phelps ara visiting General and Mrs John Hooe nnS8tUatlInntin ton W Va Dr J V Logan and wife arrived in town the first of the week and have taken rooms at the Clemens whore thoy wilt probably remain during the winter Danville Courier Mr YoH Parks and Mrs Walter Parks have returned from a visit to Mrs Leonard F Quinn at Blooming ton Mrs J M Parks who ac companied them remained Dr William Montgomery of lexi- ngton and Mr and Mrs Bob Pogue of Cincinnati were the guests of It E Douglas anti family last Saturday and Sunday Nicholasville Journal Dr Leigh Gordon of Valley View was the guest of friends hero yesterday He will leave in a fow days for New York whore lie will take a post graduate course in medicine Winchester Demo crat Mrs Thomas Hurley ot Lebanon Junction is visiting her motherin law Mrs S L Midkiff Mr Hurley is an engineer on thin L Nand came up Saturday with his wife but returned Monday to his duties Miss Mary Evans accompanied Judge J C Chcnault last week to Brush Greek From the railroad station she rode horseback to the mules a distance of five miles thus getting H taste of primitive mountain life Mrs Field Miller returned home to day from Richmond whore sho has been spending part of the summer with Mrs William Irvine The latter will be in the city Wednesday for a short visit Lexington LeaderIDr Curtis F Burnam son of Judge A It Burnam sailed last week with Dr Gibson for Berlin Germany to completo his medical course On his roturn he will locate at Baltimore for the practice of his profession Mrs Jno M Price of Atchison Kan sas will pass through Richmond today enroute to Irvine where she will spend several weeks with relatives and at Estill Springs after which she will visit relatives in this city aad county Mrs Clark Kellogg and little Miss Marie Louise Kellogg of Richmond are guests of Col and Mrs Richard MorganMiss Sallio Bronston and Master William BroBston returned yesterday from Chicago whee they have been spending the summer with their sister Mrs Guy WarreaLexington Democrat Friday Messrs James Tribble Merry Smith and Thos Bates have entered Washington and Lee Mr J J Greenleaf has returned to the University of Vir ginia Mr Elliott Smith goes next week to the Louisville Medical College and Mr G W Pickels Jr the week after to Chicago University Mr Clarenco E Woods returned Thursday afternoon from a protracted stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Woods looks twenty ponnus heavier and is loud in his praises of the medicinal properties of the water and the splendid management of this famous resort under Captain J B Willis and his excellent wife Mr Woods will return in a few days with his family to remain the rest of tho season General J M Poyntz and family are in receipt of a beautifully engraved invitation to thin wedding reception of Miss Caroline Lewis Gordon daughter of Goneral John B Gordon who will be married to Mr Orton Bishop Brown September 18 The invitation is as follows General and Mrs John B dordon request the honor of your presence at the wedding rcccptipm pf their daughter Caroline Lewis and Mr Orton nf iitipiirowi- on the evening of Wednesday the eighteenth of September at nine oclock Sutherland Kirtivood Oer- giaMATRIMONIAL SMALLSIGSDEE Miss Ethel Sigsbee the beautiful daughter of the Captain- of the Name is shortly to marry a son of Rev Sam Small THOMAS BLACKWELI Mr James Thomas anti Mrs Annie Jilackwell both of Valley Viowwere married here Friday night by Squire D P Armer BCSHBABEE Mr John nushof Doylesville and Miss Mary Baber of Union City were married here yester day by Eld J M Bailey at his real dence on Fifth streetC- OFFEECHELUS Mr Park Coffee and Miss Lizzie Chellis both of thjs city were married Thursday nght at the brides homo in the east end of town Squire D P Armor olliiciatiugB- EATTIESATTERWIIITE The Louis ville Times announces the ongagenent of Dr Francis B Bcattie a member of the faculty of the Presbyterian Theo logical Seminary and an eminent Louisville minister and Miss Lily Satterwhite a prominent member of the Fourth avenue Presbyterian church Louisville Dr Beattie is well known in Richmond having preached herb a number of times EVAKSLYNS We are authorized to announce the approaching marriage of Mr L P Evans and Mia Laura Elinor Lynn which will be solemnized at the brides home on Third street1this city Wednesday September 18lIt 1 p in On account of the recent severe illness of the brides mother Mrs MA Lynn the wedding will be a quiet one only near relatives and friends witnessing the ceremony The pros pective groom is a son of Dr G W Evans and is a splendid and popular young man and holds a responsible position with the State Bank Trust Co The bridoelect is a favorite with Richmond society and possesses all those lovely traits of mind and heart that make woman a fit companion arid jhclpmeet for man The CLIMAX extends congratulations in adva- nceDIATHS FUAZEIJ L J Frazee received ft lelralnyesterJar mbuiiRxi unoucclnx the sad i tellig nta Of the death of his yea rabfe mother Mrs A E FTHZM at ter home in Ok lonft Miss nriMMt news otbeqienoashhlfleas- was leeebl a few daws ij o lir terI Ann Fee fflat- h ce lor her bedside and VM with her when the end came Deceased was 76 jriarsblfi and was a ple nridtypepf c 1q Christian womanhood The burial ill take piace atkalon- aKiirZIuhin msr a liiShioie onRepLick Creek T Sag urdayf r ars and dan Major C Ff Burnam s3vvof the deceased I have knewn him for more than haM century and if there was in Madison county an honest nian he was one Wholly uneducated for he could not write his natre he nevertheless by unwearied labor economy and integrity raised to manhood and womanhood a largo family pf industrious latch gent and selfrespecting members He had been fOtllong years before be died a IworthPeace and honor to tliisgood mans fl1yIIAvKlxsJames 1 C Hawkins aged about CO years a wellknown man died attheKings Daughters Hospital last night after an illness of several weeks Hawkins was a member of an old Kentucky fnniily He was a brotherinlaw of James AV Tate form ttr State Treasurer 116 was assistant Treasurer at tie time Tate fled having been in the office with him for many years His funeral will take place tomorrow interment being in the Stato Cemotery Tuesdays Cou rier Journal Mr Hawkins is Well known here his wifo was Miss Eliza Clay Smith daughter of Gen Green Clay Smith formerly of this county who has many relatives here Mr Hawkins loaves two children Lucile Tate and Lena Smith who lives at WI1 liamshurg with Mrs John L White toad another daughter of General SmithlovvBoyle Doty whose illness was noted in our last iesno died Friday morning at his home five miles south east of this city of typhoid fever with which lIe had been ill for several weeks The deceased was 57 years old and was an exConfederate having been a mem ber of Col Waller Chenanlts regiment He was with Gen John H Morgan on his famous Ohio raid and was captured and held a prisoner for several months at Camp Douglas He was an unreconstructed Rebel and a Democrat whose loyalty to the party was never shaken Bighearted genial companionable he did not lack for friends anti they were of the truest type His worst enemy was himself but if he had his faults and who of us have notthey were eclipsed by his manly traits Ho possessed a fino in tellect and a ready wit which made him an agreable companion lie never married but lived the life of a bachelor on the old family estate Seven brothers surviye him four of whom Robert Arch John and C K Doty live in this county Aftor funeral ser vices at tho grave by Rev W H Ryala of the Baptist church the remains were interred Saturday in tho Rich mond cemetery- hlunsAnoTiie death of Constable Preston Hubbard which occurred Mon day morning at his home near Harry Wilkes Park on the Irvine pike was a shock to the sornmnnity as yery few even knew of his illness About two weeks ago he was seized with an at tack of typhoid fever and grow stead ily worse until death ended his suffer ings Deceased was about 24 years old an exemplary citizen and a popular young man lbwasa son of James Hubbard of the Waco locality About two years ago he was appointed Con stable In the Elliston district and made a most vigilant and courageous officer Ho was a member of the Christian church at Flatwoods and his warm genial nature made him friends every where Four years ago he was married to Miss Tommie Barnes only daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Barnes and she and a bright little boy are left to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and indulgent father After fu neral services yesterday afternoon by Elder J W Harding at the family residence the burial took place in the Richmond cemetery This writer who was a personal friend oi the deoeased and recognized the many sterling qualities in him joins with a large circle of friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved Fine Potatoes The finest Irish potatoes we have ssen this year were brought to this office by Mrs Gideon Taylor They were of the Burbank variety of large size and excellent flavor Dont Forget The sale of Dr John C Millers farm next Saturday at 10 oclock This farm is within sight of Richmond and id a most desirables piece of property It will be sold without reserve See ad in todays CMKAX Assignees Sale As assignee of Peter G Parrish At torney D M Chenault will sell Thurs day Sept 19 Mr Parrishs farm of 112 acres on the waters of Silver Creek alsplendidwhere in this issue Honored With a Lectureship Hon R W Miller of hU city has theIqwat Danville Mr Miller was fprmerly a member of the faculty of the law eql1PrOOfaffairs that his new dntiea will not Interfere with lilo practice here Rithmonds Building Boom A building boom has struck Rich mond and there arc now more dwellings and business houses under construction here than at any tune in the past ten years There is not a vacant piece of resident property to be had for love nor money and real estate of every kind is looking UPI These are hopeful signs of prosperity and we are glad to chronicle the fact that Richmond has at last shaken oft horiethargy and ioined the onward march of progress PrinclpahskII has accepted the Prinelpalship of Walters Collegiate Institute this city and will open that mstitntfon of learning to the public next Monday September 10 Col Edgar is ono of the best known educators In the State His military title was obtained by service in the Confederate arar tibt Ita a teacher thatlloisbet known Several years ego he w 3R t ntUdste rca Sttperha tendent of PublicJnatrnctioQ bat WM defeated by Prof Jo Deefaa Pickett Later he was eonaected with the Uni versity of Arkansas and more recently was Trihcljml of the Florida StateJSor awl School Fotthee be eon dwctttd a at arl Ue is 8 gentleman of plendid attainments ofRiChJiMlftbe CftaWea leeliriDK him aIId IQllldldtlfllJlbet hearty coopera O A bmplor his own as iiMnt r n1tIbpower II TBessesboqouMecvsiesL- rlioP country without a pasts lGed jipon asictlind Rninteresting Biwiciu would ever vlsif America beoiuwlwe 8bavea past and america mjoo young a country to furnl8h these decaying monuments ofa dignified and picturesque antiquity And yet we have a past we have not lived so very long so far as centuries count but how long we livenot years but actions tell and the four centuries of our existence havebeenfull of action bravestirring triumphant action America han past and Kentucky has a pasta past of struggle of effort of bloodshed but withal a past to bo proud of a past to cherish andremember and a past to build monuments too In all our great Commonwealth there is probably no spot dearer to Kentucky as a whole and to Kentnckians individ ually than the site of the old fort at Boouesborongb It was here that our fathers came and our mothers too for when has Kentucky womanhood faltered in loyalty and devotion and laid the foundation of our beloved State Here amid hardships and perils amid privations anti disasters they fought for honor for family for coun try and faltered not thoughoften sorely discouraged Boonesboroughas everybody knows iff In Madison county a picturesque spot on the Kentucky river about ten miles from Richmond and an equal distance from Winchester Tho Boonesborongh Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution has determined to build a monument here upon the site of the old Fort to the memory of their pioneer ancestors 1500 is the estimated cost of the monument and they desire the sympathy and aid of all desendanta of their BoonesLorongh pioneers throughout Kentucky and of all who are intrusted in the making of Kentuckys historical spots The Chapter is working steadily and already has a nucleus of the desired sum but wo need assistance Contri butions sent to Mrs B H Xeale Treasurer Richmond Kyf will be gratefully received Send us something however much or little It is the little more that is so much and the little less that is such worlds away MIXEKVA PARK PUEUS Sec Boonesborough Chapter D A R Telephone Wire Cut TelephoneCompnn phone Company In the fall of 1900 the Richmond Company had connection with the Bastin the Winchester the Paris the Cyrithiana the Georgetown and the Lexington Telephone Companies As soon as the Cumberland obtained possessin of the Richmond Com pany it cut the connection with the Winchester Cynthiana Georgetown and Lexington Companies It continued to give connection with the Bastin Company with which it had a contract and which covered a territory in which the Cumberland has no exchanges On last Saturday connection was made between the Bastin Company and the Sicholasville Company by which all the Independent companies in Central Kentucky could get connection with Lancaster London and all other points where there were Independent ex changes and also with Richmond over the lines of the Bastin Company Last Wednesday an employe of the Cum borland acting under the instructions of thin officers of that company cut the wires connecting Lancaster and Richmond so that Richmond people could get no connection with the neighboring towns save over the lines of the Cum berland Company There is great dipI satisfaction here over the action and a feeling of strong resentment on the part of the subscribers to the Cumber land When it purchased the local company our citizens had the choice of which line they would talk over its line or the lines of the Independent companies but now they are at the mercy of tho Cumberland There is a very general feeling for the estab lishment of another Independent company that will obey the statutes of Kentucky and give connection with all other companies and will not sell out to tho Bell There is also a probability that the cutting of the line between here and Lancaster which is a felony under tho law of will be brought to the attention of the grand jury which is now in session Deposi tious were taken here Thursday In the case of the Commonwealth vs the Cumberland to Ioreit its charter for buying a parallel and competing line which purchase according to the con stitution and statutes of Kenturky was null and void Messrs Kerr of Lexing ton t Pendleton of Winchester and Edelin of Frankfort were here in the case There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few incurableFornounced it n local disease and pro constantlypronounced it incurable Science has constitutionaldisease CatarrhCuteconsttutionudinterunlly in dopes from ten drops to theblooddollarsforcirculars anti tfrvltmonials OSaidHalls Family Pills aro the best sep4 1m BEREA From the Citizen I Brother Dad well has purchased the Burton ccitage and moved thereto John Burdette has closed his base ball engagements nnd is at homo again Prof and Mrs C Roxford Raymond came in Saturday from Angola N Y Mrs Raymonds home The fall term of Borca College opens Wednesday Sept 11 An increased at DESIRABLE Farm For SaleI virtueofCcmsty CtlIwU on ftwiij 1uurl191 aH12J1iseDJtlkly tilewaMeeelir1IIfIfGroIMdwlftghert creditMibe stashed to n wlMlM with aeoed elrU iisod tIm SSUO5 wilt be gtye to sr January 11111L D M CHKHiULT 1ept11 Assins n Juicy Plumbs Ripe For Your Picking I4ich Six beautifulline of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our store Dim T mptc1aintcoj9rs and d irij vyies x f rgandies in all colors and Lawns from accents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable U isthe elaborate trimming of lace etc T Allover Lace Yoking and Trimmings we excel Qiujst6ck is mpre complete than ever before from 20c to 200 per 5ard Our Belt Department Is complete Styles come first so do AleKees Belts Novelty is essential to make sales you will be struck by the novelty in our Belts Reliability should always be considered it is a specialty with us The dip or pointed effect is growing more pronounced every day In connection with our Belt Department- can be had a most completo line of Purses Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be had in all colors and sizes Our line of Corsets is complete In netting- or summer Corsets at prices from 29c to 50c and 100 The G D Corset one of the most widely advertised brands is a very large sale with us G D Chicago waists atStOO G D style 35c Straight front at 100 +t2tkPt+ ttf Remember we to the Merchants Consumers Association which means money saved to if you trade S Respectfully yours Cor Main FIrst St tendance is looked for Prof L V Dodge returned home Saturday from a visit to Ohio and the Pan American Exposition The new Administration Building is a very neat tasteful structure and its elegant dress is pleasing to the eye T R Robinson the clever of Kellogg and Withenburv left on an extended trip through the monii tains Monday NEW FIRM NEW GOODS Having taken into partnership with me Mr J F Mahler the firms name will now be Jacobs 5 NlaYvVev Mr Mahler is a practical Tailor and experienced Cutter having graduated at John J Mitchell Cos famous 11 school in New York City He do the cutting and we guarantee fit and workman ship All work done at our in Richmond Nobbiest Goods Latest Styles Call and see us before select ing your Fall su- itJacobs MaWer I dsep2man Sltlltltt IIi fCk Keepl gBBsll ass PHONOGRAPHY likTpWrilli Tekgnft AddntII WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Tor circular cf his famous rerponifbta COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at World ExpotlUon Jten to thunL of rrailoatei In poiltloni Coat of Fall lluijune Course Including Tat Boob au111 irS In tamlll aOnt tA oadTyWrigTdra1bySuech1tis55- TbeEentucti Uan r itr Dlplome under leal warded grad rabvi LltJ ary Cubfree if deilnd- NoTmeaClu Knttruuw Urtiilaatntaenwfal- la order to a er t nt ruets addrtn oZi WILBUR Ft SfttSTH Lexington Ky ugUw d FIlS BLUB RA FARM FOR ALB attheSaturday September 14 1901 at 10 oclock LD1 my Madison Gale White DIckerson farm near Pond church on nAmes Rlcbmondcontdnfng2S4 porchescellar balanctoPossession given January 1801 John C Miller M D KY28aug3f PUBLIC SALE OF aliti iQnal Pr rly to go West I trill oKer at lntEd04 premises S miles west ta iI rdy SIJhr ijtJJl lJ Akesjt tu a tOOl ot If oclock a JBV lay kse eetReBaniokehssaM wen Zsocd sad watered close io M4tMrel9pfndllCateMUaOpen the Slat of eIIelllber shoot H oclocta m 1 wJlIerYrsldesie bisb Isow occupy elulload Xy located OS beetleInwtIIJ lanceS With lois fruit teeihbore atwoMoWeisetjgoodrotMottetNManyisforMtoaddress tkeacder inied I z Sijielby Masten 011i KichatOKd Ky L t Ribbons e- p The demand for Ribbons during the past month was greater than ever before Soft finish plain glaze ribbons and erridea popularVelvetcan be hud in connection with our silk ribbons Jap Silks for waists in all colors pink cream lavender green yellow blue grayblack yardIn or gandies etc we are leaders Ladies Linen Skirts at 25c Special for two weeks only upIv at 49c completep white P Boys at Yacht Caps at 24c i pricesfrom I belong and Scrip you withus OWEN MCKEE RichniondKentucky representative will store JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and IIlFrames L WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY O forceOnefourth WindowShadesmake all kinds of Shades 10Whitefrauteyoursave money avoid bad material poor workmanship and vexatious delajs Ijhaving Willglng with his force of workmen GEO M WILLGING lanufacturer of all kinds of PaintsPaints for all kindsof purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main StreetiftiftRICHMOND KY j rThe Woman who has a past is seldom willing to admit that she has got past forty 15 to8a Week Salary for an intelligent man orwoman In each town Permanent position 3d cents per hour Borj8iPhlladelphfa Farm For Sale publicauctionmoo on TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1901 milesfroniconsitingofwatered near postoilleo OllUrchleji mid noighlioihoodTerms made known OH day of salo tofarmpremises teepiw WBOLDHAM Dissolution Sale OF H C Muir Brother Tkinity Septehr1V 1901V MDapiheeleeLapublict Pin hundred shoals Is lot of thor StS 4 1SISpsdIeedIsg atrIeolts btod mare by Oog W5fkq 4 palrsyoldsa a goneral tot ot stock boss sisthree1rw IsokofItGMUIRiBRd 0 IOH tOtJUt KT tpwi A woman judges her neighbors by their backyard display on wash day Dissolution Notice BZ mtftnal consent the Smut of Leeds StiM rrtlrIngin the painting and wall paper business at its same stand on Irvine street LEEDStscp4w Blue Grass Farm FOR SALE As executors of O B Million tie ceased we will o- natray Zt1 21 11 At 10 OckjckA M Sell to the highest and beat bidder tract of lacS hlttt ted OB the Richmonil and Lexington tmrapike 0 miles troll1 Richmond Ky1 and containing 313 aereeaioreorl The farm will old M a whote awl tbm in two tracts the right bsii Peseryad to accept the best bid IfsoJi in two tracts the fiist feacttebeeoHwiilbethe borne place of G BMiUJeDeoataiuiHsc 142 acrr 127 aerM in tense renaiiider1 in corn Tb MtWHl tnut te known as the WhftePlaeaad asIeIas tict1 iMKl cosUiiw 171 acres 100 acres I InkoiIKrajesTasasi end made kaowu 05 dayofaah Edldtioo Iig4w k r o I Ii Prints howsthyoU1Jh NewS Fall Pancy Dress A Shirts Every Known New Pattern Some Detached Cuffs Others Separate Collars and Cuffs Garners Percales at the I Unusual Low Price of COKHER J j The Richmond Climax 1 hNESIAY SEPT 11 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over r B Stouffers Clothing Store Cfebtf Square piano for sale Apply to- WMri S Oldliam 27febtf Circuit Court will begins at Win chester on the fourth Monday Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of fire over Middletons drug store July 17tf For the next days S L Mfdkiff will offer his large stock of vehicles at cost 4sop If h 1jH Landman thn oculist Will be at the lIutel Glymlon Wednes lay 11th inst Jfr Lee Shearer of this city soldi to Prof J W Moores of Kirksville his farm near Whitlock Former Deputy Sheriff Martin Gen ry has been elected night policeman in plate of Chas Dudley resigned The L A has discontinued the ate Saturday night and early Monday norning trains to and from Irvine sept4 Lt SoL Midkitf has a splendid line of luggies carriages and other vehicles which he will sell at cost during the ex N dIVS 4septf Mr WL Leeds has been awarded the contract for re pnintin the exterior- f Col I Shelby Irvines handsome Yst End residenceSMr J M Bowman late of alloy View has rented of Dr IiJ Frazee he cottage on Moberley Ave formerly ccupied by J W Colo Willging will frame your ictures in uptodate style for ittle money Bids for macadamizing the ex tension of Estiil avenue to the barrel factory havebeen asked for and thenew treat will soon be ready for travel Willgings paints are the best and cheapest because hey go farther and last longer We have many testimonials call and see them Colored Fair Lexington Onefare routd trip to Lexington laity September 10th to 14th Queen Crescent lioute Irom all points in Kentucky See small bills for list of nest attractions ever offered in Lex cgton W C RlNEAllSON G P A- Cincinnati 0 Willgings large force of killed paper hangers aahdpaint rs do the best work no vexa ious delays Prices reasona le Ice Cream Supper Miss Leila J Harris assisted by pupils and patrons of her school will KVB an ice cream supper at Millers Htliool house one mile this side of Val ley View next Friday night September 13 beginning at 7 oclock Tile pro ceeds are to go toward purchasing a district library Everybody is cordial ly invited and a good timcT is assured to all wfio Coni- CWiligings new fall designs- ill wall paper and window shades large and complete at lowest city prices You are invited to call Capt Ferrill on the Slump Capt Tom Ferrill Democratic ennUi date for Magistrate will address the voters of Union District at the following times and places Bog s fecliool House September 11 Doyles ill Sspteinber 12 College Hill September 13 At the above places speaking will begin at 3 oclock p m He will also speak at Union City Friday Septem bet 13 at 730 p m Now a Fullfledged Lawyer Mr Warfleld C Bennett is now a full hedged lawyor liav ngbeonad mttte1 to Hie bar last WednesdajJJalter a ruddexamination by JudgeC IT Ureck and City Attorney J Talbott Jackson Mr Bennett who is a son of Mr pint Mrs James Bennett of this city and nepKew of State Scw er John B nufctt gradnated at CeajtfabUniver 4Ity In June 97 and took a complete law course at Columbia Uni versity New YorK i j 1 r Manila in Smoke Mr C E Woods received this week a box of ten fJ cigars from his friend oV wItIi the lfalIlofri Il18 who smoke anil ihey enjoyed the luxury of an oriental smokellr1 Wools Is Seeretarr of the PrNt44e1Wal- Clot here after wiilcii the faypriie Praudennial Club 10ceut clje r u nameJdJlei k tlier ii n JHt tar article M ipittapt Okp Uin WygantThiiple prwWet 95C IILlIIROL oTnIIR8 Cheap Rates to ClncinnallI The L N will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at 150 Sunday Sept 15 leaving on early train Pretty Good Showing The Winchester Democrat says that the recent street fair given by the Win chester Elks resulted in a net profit of about 2000 Sold His Cottage The Nicholasville Journal says that James H Boggs sold to James H Blakeman a cottage on West Harrods burg street Nicholasville for 1000 Fell From Richmond Train ExRepresentative J C Napier of Garrard county fell from an L N passenger train at Paint Lick last Thursday and was seriously injured Derea College Opens The fall term of Berea College will open today Last year eight hundred students were unrolled at this institu lion and an even greater attendance is looked for this year New Cottage Supervisor Ike Barnett began this week the erection of a cozy five room cottage at the corner of Fifth and Walnut streets lIe will shortly build two other cottages in that vicinity L and Cheap Rales One fare for the round trip to Cin cinnati via L N September 9 10 and 11 good rotuining September 20 on account of National Convention cf tha National Baptist Church colored For Rent Three brick residences on University Campus in good repair largn yards and gardens stables water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to aug4tf 14H BLANTON Sheep Shipments Smith Powell shipped this week three fine Southdown rams of the C M Clay herd to parties at Shelby ville Teiin Ghent Ky and Barbourville Ky The price paid for each was 20 Foot Ball Team in Training The A and M College football team of Lexington is spendinga week at Estill Springs practicing fer the com ing season The training advantages are splendid and the boys are enjoy lag their stay Dressmaking Establishment Miss Alice Duerson will on Monday September 1C open a dress making es tablishment over Lee Stnithas dry goods store Miss Duerson is a special ist iu her line and guarantees fit style and workmanship New Order Deputy State Organizer J H Hoggs Jr Instituted hero on last Wednesday night a camp of Vo diuen of the World The new order which is quite strong in the West began with fifteen charter members Gone to Canada Mr J W Smith has gone to Hamil ton Ontario to buy a couple of rams to put at the head of his herd of South downs bought of General C M Clay Before returning he will take in the Buffalo Exposition A Valley View Man At Lexington last Sl1nl1 CutIprogress of a game of base teams of that city anti Valley View H C Spnrlockof tho latter place was cut on the hand by some unknown person who fled and escaped arrest Received tier Sons Insurance Recorder 14J Frazee ol Richmond Lodge No 74 A 0 U W paid Wednesday to Mrs Susan Dozier of tide city f1000 the same being the amount pitue policy held by her sets Archie Dozier a member of tho order who died last spring The Best Place to Stop Richmond people going to Cincin nati will find the Palace Hotel the brst place In the city to stop for the money Large and airy rooms and the bill of fare cannot be surpassed Itubt E Lee a Kentuckian takes pleasure In looking alter the guests from his native State Boy Hurt By the overturning of a load of hay qn Collins street Saturday Hume Griggs the little son of Mr W T Gds the weilknowu liveryman was thrown over the high picket fence around Myers mill yard breakIng bis right arm and bruising him considera bly Successful Operation for Appendicitis Mr WO CUcnault was operated I for appendicitis last Friday at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Dr JL McMurtry the noted Louisville sur geon assisted b3 Dr W M Gibs44Ie- this f city performed the operation which said to have been very INC a lCCKSllll A rZiIl Per Bcmeecats i There js an epidemic oi newborn babies la the Waco locality Dr Vwiy Taylor wttsBB that is seven dayfcfoi unlll af at eight births ad jic eat of the eight arrivals were J wi a pta t that At tWs rate the bif bpbhea yaLe in Ifcifco eonntyiriH soon a tbintfof the Mt eA JBeauties1 Fot All t- t Jbehave the be8tfloweraA con be produced Floral Decorations tOur tI beauties We possess ud practice1 the necessa TT KNOW HOW juan JDg1l1g E cEprcler A receives tentlon our personal atJhBELL The FloristA JLEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt c Veils Flowers go Everywhere 0 Dr H bson Dentist Ilfeb mend Ky aprl7tf Notice I wish to notify the public that after this date I will do no more crediting as T pay cash and it takes cash to run the business Please dont ask It IJespcct fully septll4t FestivalICincinnati Fall The L N will sell tickets to Cin cinnati at one fare for the round trip on September 14 and 15 account of Fall Festival From September 10 to 28 inclusive good retiming September SO one and onethird fare will bo charged New Exalted Ruler lIon J A Sullivan was unanimous ly elected Exalted Ruler of the Rich mond Lodge of Elks to succeed Dr A Wilkes Smith who recently resigned to become Deputy Exalted Ruler of the Grand Lodge for the State of Ken tacky Our Jim an Oil Magnate The Winchester Democrat says The articles of incorporation of the Clink County Oil Gns Co were filed at Frankfort Monday The capital stock is 25000 The Ineorporators are J M Bautoii W T Ogden B A Ogden and L M Bush each of whom own tbirt three shares of the capital stock Failed to Land the Prize Ralph Bingham the wellknown monologist who ian favorite here in Richmond whore he has appeared several times made an unsuccessful attempt to elope with a California heiress at Atlantic City X J last week The young lady is tko owner of about 8000000 and is handsome and accomplished Investment Companies Assign Owing to the war waged against Investment Companies three concerns the Louisville Investment Co the Kentucky Mutual Investment Co and the National demption Co have made assiglllnentfl1- The Louisville Post says it is reported that the assets of the three companies will not be more than 100 each Again in Operation The Ellison Roller Mill at Waco which was recently bought by Mr G T Johnson alter having new mac iin cry put in anti being otherwise improved is again in operation and mak ing the very best grades of patent flour No mill in this section is now better equipped than the Ellhon Mill and its product will compare favorably with the heal 4sept2t Killed Each Other At Millers Creek Estill county Monday night Lee Scott who operates a pile driver and a white laborer on the L A extension named Tuett quarreled and shot each other to death Neither lived long enough to make a statement There was only one witness to the tragedy a man named Mcintosh who has been avrested and is now in jail at Irvine Fire at Spout Springs The thriving village of Spout Springs Estillcounty was visited last week by a destructive conflagration which burned the general merchandise store of J W Dawson Bro a large warehouse adjoining the printing plant of the Spout Spring Times and Several other buildings The loss isabont 3000 with no insurance The enginect in the Times office was destroyed and the press injured in moving but most of the type and fixtures were saved Sues far Libel 1L A Louisville Post special says Messrs Frank Gay WA Powell and D J Powell have brought suit in the Circuit Court for 5000 each against Berea College for libel The plaintiffs allege that there was printed in the Berea Citizen a paper published by Berea College a libelous item charging them with1 burning ft school house in Jackson county Judge Scott overruled a demurrer entered by the defendant in each case and snme will be tried by a Jury Richmond Needs Such an Ordinance The use of cucaiuo and similar drugs at Lancaster has grown to such an ex tent as to render some action absolutely necessary A Lancaster dispatch says that the city council passed an ordi nance prohibiting tlteooles or such drugs except on a pliysicans prescrip tion unJcr a heavy penalty A pre scription muM be procured for every sale Richmond needs a similar ordinance and the City Fathers shpuldiseo thatorie isenacted Fire alUufon CUT The poHtofliso and genoral merchan dise store f Wells Brothers at Union City thfs county was destroyed ljf firejast Friday about midnight The origin of the ire is unknown as It was not discovered until the building was falling in Volta tBrothers esti mate their Joss which was total at 2j 000 with 1800 insurance The store house belonged to XM Risk and IM insured for S800 All the postoflicb records together with a quantity fl stamps were also destroyed t V MurtfcrMs Qtmrrcl A dispute over the division of jnoner Btteed in the mountain counties to alaf falthHr defense caused Jim Howarflj convicted of the Goebel murder to at taek Caleb Powers who was also con vItedIn ib Fra k or jtItUJow j wM knocked senseless by a heavyHik bettlfrand was at first thought to bo IB a jieiiciUB condition but the blow tfnjj eiit an igy gauli In his forehead The only witness was J K Dixon who iad- oiIc4ted the CeIuuJ 1Iod eMmlPowerscnrsel him and m uunt atiki attitd Poq I ilthillai yoked HHATSwe1 I SyY 018t1f4 J Ciif t ti J firofrs 50- HATS I 75L 1 HATOOlt HATS 150 LItrsS 200 HATS 2 50i uf v ui H v OQVjl j HATS 350- I 1 I r HATSA 00 J i r li i 1 J J t 1 HATS 5 00t J Our System Of buying Hats in immense lots direct from the largest manufacturers enables us to compete in QtIJcJI7ity9Style ANb Rricei 1 7 1 With any store in Kentucky eoygii1 Bonks OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS J of of Appointed Delegates to Geed Roads Cenf grees Messrs J Stone Walker slId Waller Bennett have been appoInted toy President Nail delegates from Madison county to the International Good Roads Congress to be haUl at Buffalo N Y September 1C toit inclusive President Nail desires that aUdoJcgates bo present without further notice Ratified the soul arlcnlIThe Board of Trustees for the new Central University ot Kentucky held its first official meeting at Lexington Tuesday September 4 and ratiMed the settlement fffected by the Alumni and a committee of Richmond people turning the old Central UniTorsity over to a corporation known as tho Walters College Institute of Richmond and exempting the now cdlloso from any liability for the Richmond institution A faculty for the College of Law was elected as follows Col W G P Breckinridge Lexington Col T P Hill Stanford C H Rodes and T It Quisenberry Danville The Execu tive Committee appointedis as follows Dr W C Roberts Dr J G Hunter R P Jacobs G W Welch and O C Fox Former Governor Proctor Knott who has been principal of the taw1De partment ir six years retires from the faculty A Former Madison County Murderer Under Arrest In California Sheriff H II Colyer received a telegram Saturday from the Sheriff of Fresno county California seating that A L Kirby who slotand killed a man named Groves at Berea this county twelve years ago had been arrested there and was in jail awaiting identifi cation The suspect whom tho Sheriff says is undoubtedly Kirby goes by tho name of G W Green out there and has been a resident of Fresno county for eight years and is a prosperous and highly respected citizen Ills ar rest was brought about in a peculiarly strange manner Green or Kirby has a sixteen year old daughter aud a Jap whom ho had employed as foreman committed ati outrage upon lierfoy- whiichho was arrested In some man net it seems the Jap had becomo ac quaintetl with Greens or Kirbys for mer residence In Kentucky and the crime with which he was charged and he soon let his furmer employer know that if ho was prosecuted for rape ho would inform the authorities of his crime In Kentucky Kirby did not listen to the Japs proposition and the latter carried out his threat with the result that the authorities communica ted with Sheriff Colyor and found that Kirby was really wantcd here 611n1o dcr The Jap was recently sentenced to tho California state prison for his crime and Kirby is in jail nwtiitiiig extradition As soon as requisition papers can be secured Sheriff Colycc will dispatch Deputy Sheriff Jee Tjrrillj to California to bnnztne prisoner hack to jKontucky for trirlrRELIGIOUS Si iB i tt i Winchesters handtOmonew Preeby terian church will betleiucated Sun day September 15 Lid J W HardlBK will hold a series of meetings with the Christian Church at Flat Woode beginnwgin October J2Id JW HariMBgRwdjMPfcl irry clowd a tneetitix with ML 3tie Curie Un Church IMUI wty Sday night with nin teii ii dl eiw Eld liowry ils pMtorof the fehnrchv County Officials Move Mcgni Keener Bailey of Hender lion who have the contract lot remod eling the court house began work on tfcatrtruclure this week with a large force of men The antiquelooking porticos in front of the Circuit Clerks and County Clerks offices have been removed theinnor walls of the lower vestibule dismantled and ninny other changes made giving the old edifice a strange appearance Mr L E Koer nor is personally superintending the work and is pushing it with all possible dispatch TIuT county officials all vacated tho building yesterday except Circuit Clerk S H Thorpe who has located temporarily in the lawyers con sultation room in the roar of the circuit court room Judge Miljion County Clerk White and School Superintendent Wagers have removed to the old Garnett Hoiue on Second street wliHe Sheriff Colyer lbs installed his office in the r08111 next deorjo the Garnolt HOUBP formerly uael a billiard parlor Removals Mr James W Smith has moved his madly to the residence on tho campus recently vacated by President Logan Mr Tames Dozier has moved from Fifth street to the Hunley residence on Second street formerly occupied by the late AS Coyle Mr W A ilradshaw foreman of the Pantagraph lies rented one of Dr Frazeejs cottage on Moberley Avenue and moved his family from Coving ton to this city Mr S5efred has moved his family from Silver Creek to Prof Crooks property on Oak street Mr Loai Slagner who recently built a piotty cottage near time L k N depot haa movodjtojpwii from Speed wo11 il Mr N V Wut9 has rented the new residonco of J M Riffe on the Sum mit and will take possession next month White School Board Wins Circuit Judge Scott on Wednesday last rendered a decision in the case of the colored School Board against the regular Board ot Education sustaining the demurrer filed by the latter and dismissing the petition of the plaintiffs Attorney Grant E Lilly argued the case for the plaintiffs and Messrs H 0 Hazelwood and R W Miller for the defendants The courtheld that under the charter for fourth class cities when a public school system organizedjin der said charter there caa be but one school board known as the Board of Education which has exclusive control of all public schools in said cities The effect of the decision is to give Prof D M Russell the Democratic Principal and his corps ot teachers legal authority to conduct the school Those patrcms of the 1who favor ed Prof Jim White and who opposed Pro Russell because of his politics have inaugurated aboycotof the school the nttendancbntnWpast week showing only 100 against 300 last session Thero ia talk that Prpf White will start a rival school but this is regarded as a bluff Thpmalcontents held an indig nation meeting Friday night at Rices Hall and wore addressed by Attorney AttblSImeetisglt totake tlrt eaieWtiio Court of Aj pealsv Laet1 tMiiBuntry d7O0U 000 potthdi of o ee- iwund an1 1OOO0OO ol ogtr 1l- 1 DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING OF BARGAINS FOR CASH THE BUSY BEE Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the h == s Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all We commence this=week with Clothing and Shoes If you prices in these departments you could not recognize them now keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is Suits that were S15 and 18 are now S9 to Sl1 Suits that 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 89 are now 348 to 498 and are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and have been cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them dont exaggerate Call and see for yourselves dont take our boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay with BUYERSSOMETUGWe mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as bijr a carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy ril the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale Watch our circular for sale date of other departments before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very W D OLBHAM IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT Circuit Court After being out a little over an hour the jury in the ease of Dock Lowry charged with committing a criminal assault on his cousin Mrs Cordelia Million brOBght in a verdict of guilty Saturday afternoon fixing the defen dants punishment at fifteen years in tho penitentiary Only three ballots were taken by the jury the first which indicated a speedy verdict resulting five for 20 years four for 15 years and three for 10 years This the fourth trial of this sensational and now noted case began last Thursday in the circuit court and a large crowd was present each day to hear the evidence Less difficulty was experienced this time than before in selecting a jury a special venire of 140 men from the Bares and Big Hill localities having been summoned for that purpose A strong effort was made by tho defense to secure a continuance but Judge Scott overruled the motion and ordered the trial to proceed In the main the evidence was the same as that itbduced at the proceeding trials the accused perhaps making a stronger defense this time Judge C H Breck and Mr CO Calhom of Lexington defended the prisoner the former making an eloquent anti effective plea in his be ball The prosecution was ably conducted by Commonweath Attorney Ben A Crutcher assisted by Hon W B Smith Mr Crutchers speech was a powerful arraignment of the pris oner who before the speaker concluded must kayo felt himself the most culpable of creatures Lowry was attended in court by his wife two children aged fattier and brother and appeared more cheerful than at any of the former trials He showed no sign of emotion at the announcement of the verdict and after bidding his family goodbye he was escorted back to the Jail byJailer Lackey and deputy Hardly had the prisoner disappeared from the court room before Judge Breck senior counsel for tim defense announoodln the presence of a CLIMAX reporter that nn appeal would be taken It will be remembered that there was strong talk of mob violence when the accused was Erst arrested and at the first trial eleven out of time twelve juross wera for the death penalty The second trial also resulted similarly At the third trial a verdict of 20 years wag secured bat the Court of Appeals reversed this ke4mon and granted a newtt lIwltJt the result as above stated Already the case has cost aev Mtl HibuMHwl tlolfars and the end ia not yet FoJlowlBK is the Jury that tried the COM J II BfckwsU David Iiig J W CaIHUcJ John DtAeAlIJ M J4v Simeoa lurpiR 1C Moberiy TheswAn4Iermin rtayttX- oote e1IMdcbli1bOm 911 adWH BUfekwell ThiIIot George Balliurd toe kill lag a Mi BMMd Johnspn aL Bwra a tear ago WM coatinned mitil Decena l j betTue case of Brock Mundy and Sallie Johnson charged with the murder of William Callahan of Clay county is set for Monday the thirteenth aIOn account of the tmprovemeuts be ing made 011 the court house there will be but few civil cases tried this term The suit of William Arnold against the L A railroad for damage to crops sparksIThe case of the Southern Lumber Co against Asher was also continued until next term About twenty indictments have been found by the grand jury among them two against Breck Walker for housebreaking Thegrandjury which adjourned Friday reassembled yesterday for several days sitting Mr Evans Goes With Joplin We take pleasure In announcing to the public that Mr George W Evans Jr has connected himself with Mr Jo S Joplin in the furniture and under taking business Mr Evans has an extensive acquaintance in Richmond and Madison county and he will no doubt prove a valuable acquisition to1 the firm He will be pleased to wel come any and all of his friends who need anything ic the furniture line Best Wheat Crop In Madison Judge John D Goodloe of Whites Station has just finished threshing and delivering his crop of wheat which is believed to be tha best yield per acre in Madison county this season lu one field he had IS acres which threshed 27 bushels to the acre and in another 21 acres which yielded 32 bushels per acre The wheat was sown last fall after corn the corn shocks still standing in the field on wellrested land that had been broken out of blue grass sod the spring before The seed was the oldfashioned white Fultz variety a kind which Judge Goodloe has sown from his own seed year after year for the past sixteen years and he gives it as his opinion that this variety of wheat is better adapted to this section than any otLer as It never makes a failure but always a fair yield Had It not been for so much throwsdown tangled wheat which could net be garnered the yield would have been at least three or four bushels more to the acre Judge Goodloe sold 1000 bushels at 60 cents to Messrs Potts Jr Daersoa the Whites Station millers who hava bought ida wheat ever year Bta e they cCHiiteetiny a mill on SllvorCreek and each year hayetloDollueedlt the best wheat thIt they have bought DO Yoij WANT To ielL r REAlEi4lAVjTj4Jt or COiL STOCK OF GOODI1 f1n nrbIpoti Address JNWYaoilJdeety Sr Whites Electric Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MBS OnnA C HAKT State Agent- 7feblyr The farmer find variety in the dis covery of a new species cropdestroy ing insect each year tpf Ibis signature is on every box of the genuina Laxative BromoaQuinine Tablet the remedy that care a cold In one daT The turning point in the pathway of love is where hope ends and memory begins TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on eadi box 25 cents The woman who is chasing flies now will be worrying about the water pipes freezing next winter The Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousands of the hardest kind of work has begun the renewal of which is a mental and phy- siealstrain to all except the most rugged The little girl that a few days ago bad roses in her cheeks and the little boy whose lips were then so red you would have insisted that tbey had been kissed by strawberries have already lost something of the appearance of health Now is a time when many children should be given a tonicjwhich mayavert much serious wo know of no other so highly to be recommended as Hoods rsapariIIa which strengthens the nerves perfects digestion and assimilation and aids mental development by building Jnp the whole system llseplnt Lots of men marry young becauso they are not old enough to know better Like Daisies before the Scythe Baby lives are destroyed in summer by cholera Inlantmn Tbe attack of the disease is sadden1 its progre0s is some timed terribly rapid Mothers who have ven their children Terry Dayi dropbraadyment IMS checked the diarrhea awl vomiting and put the little patieat out of danger 25 and 50 conte Tke portrait of Gen W II Lawton will Iito 111 the new postage stamp ieenee Totter SatItbeu and Kczetaa iool1deby ft ChAibwlaina Eye and Skin OhttKent Many very bad cases huvebeea pcnnHJntly cured by it It aodIitrobconte 8reey Sffcta per box hi t4s Cleft are ta ft bone needs when ki bad ooiLlW Tonic bIoodpaiihr sad Ysrat = They are bit nW NffoaesE JIrIie NEW They cure dandrvff hair Jalltny seal ache etc costs the saute as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been introduced are will with dejight You simply comb your hair each day mind the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely iiapoxille to break or cut the hair Sold on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfaction in every respect Send stamps for one Ladies size 50c Gents size 35c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article on sight Agents are wild with SU ce S8 See wanted notice in this paper Address D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr You may have observed that blnnt persons sometimes make very cutting remarks Stops the Ooh and Works oft the cora Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents There are two kinds of men the dogs owned by one kind wont follow them Will Cure Stomachache in Five Minute This is just what Pain Killer will do try it Have a bottle in the house for instant use as it will save yon hours of suffering Watch out that the deafef does not sell you an imitation as the great reputation of Pain Killer Perry Davis has many people to try to make something to sell said to be just as good as the genuine Poverty brings us strange bedfellows and riches brings us queer nightmares Free New Care tar Eczema And skin eruptions KEMIOKS ECZEMA CURE and REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC have never yet Jailed to cure FREE TRIAL Write today the samples are free Havana Medicine Co 1124 Locust Street St Louis Mo For sale by B L Middel ton 5naely IA true woman never attempts to cut pages oC a magazine with a paper knife if she basil hairpin handy The FonrDs Charles Spurgeon once said that there were three great enemies to mandlrt debt sad the deviL lie might have added one more dand included sia The evil results of this disease could hardly be exaggerated It effects are felt in mind and body and are as far reaching aa the effects of the curse that was laid on the Jackdaw of Rheisae which was ctJl8edin Mting abd drink Lug and s1eepiDilll ataadiBg and At ting good effeotBo ooverYareChronic cease of dyJpepei It mablea glands soMe the Meea wry qumttity at d Mtirt fliticb and this at ones removes that rwrlBC W awtnI8U01L tut rffrrnwrTT to oer tott dtAlUMgoiaX tha iHauuth the toni tine 4CTMdM Moo daa- cpa1 keen p we r Golden Xedkftl DIMIOtt care Biiiejfeht eeit of wboime TflowMtot Pellets a- zitoliotb s1axtlris awiUciaes Wbe tI b 1Wotma c c 4I v r v c 0 tShWsTPpr U t 1 TilE KNOBLE 1 rWATERFILTERPOSITIVELY A Bev PRAC T1CAL and PER FECT FILTER for home and com mercial use We guarantee our FILTERS to give perfect aatlffac lion If desired we will put up a t FILTER In your homo or office for a weeks trial to show you its i merits Saut II1r Cemyltte Catalogue j TflElNOBlE FILTERCO ianCLTBOUEN AVE CHICAGO ILLS 1 auzl4Cm it III will I Unsedme Polish I cL4ssfi rIpna Lt IiWwtuME Wlfl Clean StktraudCIveIhnwLocko mucb WIll Clean PUtt Gus with liala labor ado dest WW LMt lian any other polfah aa UMr b required to doth work WUlatt lIo ItMQ tile Host TeerSkJft Win Jkt Scratch JuSuplnconteolmtforni CwUlesa u tdoryd b7 Lhe IJaI aatboro Ides It your dealer Oft tot UTe ft send ranre REd udna tor tree sample UNEEDME POLISH CO Chatham Pa aijulyCm i PITTSBURG iCENTRAL STOCK YARDS1iii i EASTLIBERTYP- AOFjUS1JPRIOR APYANTAG TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBestiBistributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti inore shin ton Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets dbuyers always in attendance for export cattle and nil other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention oytoiiIEVERYMgr CINCINNA TI FALL FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER J628 QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE EXCURSION RATE0 TO THEQUEN CITY Greatest Attractions Ever Offered t Floral Pageant Jiithf parade of iJidiistriai Parade Sacred Concerts 9 jr r iru U ParkFetes MidwayC Fireworks V j liAr s Etc Etc rt et iAsk Ticket Agents for Particulars 4 J C General Manager CINCINNATI OHIO Gen Pass Agt Trcastilt wi J r tTn Jcffri n Guaranty urcty C A Incorporated A CONTRACTtt J 3 The BEST because make you the t Most Money J wItthere is no 1iighratio 3 for I business on our Books t 3 cjItrequires LESS money to com- i 3 an Investment in The jeffer- sont than in any other Company t I t t The Jefferson Is NEW and under Its Weekly Contract can sell you virtually Qround Floor Business every 18th week IAtrial will prove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jefferson I cHOM1 oIciNo 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY a OUGAZED1SU QEOW MORRIS Ire W WJ1T1rV1CY Pry TilE MVILIPg I1IauaAH E roj OF KENTUCKY VfTnc Home Office LouisyilcKy J t vldMeniietherBecy Joe Pettut TrwU J jBflteadmB Medical Ditectcrj BeniyiA Hodge BupUAgenclei Kentucky S xtttisip 1900 i tJ018714 Z Am P P JOOI 1ifi13LiiJ- 1 uJniae4nSurp1qs 15097432 SIrTMII eAd14rcZui I4 N l ji ICSIII1fpm X lltutes l Jl7iSMM f i1mJI Twcic JI W5 fIL 0 tYt jV T1 i jirli cJ NEDY t Sw nt J r J 1RICHMOND 1 1 Il fir= Defense of Investments Gom 1 f tiq Panics 0liliila JMHI tjJHi llatltlila23 18 for exft y si 000 at itolnr Iit J IUIll h to fii Itt 0111I W yi 1fti7 1ol1eIvr23 per cintuf 1U lotal jiieiniuni re- Ceipts in exM jiaos The fiWtiriieh sLow ucryIUCeir fur M flU e lUnr T 1tiiiituici t Ni 111 p t over 2 Idr rt it 1 nmv pn natili recsipu iinini WcsH imHi iniaiapiiiieiit 1Iitj lijnl jirr tw6ryn fraMh 1nirik2t Oj r It11111l tWIIIIr ruls for eHili oiifi d ilhu in other Words Imlliuyibovu old Hlhjuidatetime largest Bliqwitifr wolilti have paid but Uttli over twenty bents lor each oiiedollur Vo havo takeiV for Ihe above illustration what tire aduiiUed to be among the best of ho lifbld Hue ooinpanies so that we znay not bo ac used of partiality There are numerous companies doing business in Kentucky that spend each year from thirty to sixty per cent of the entire premium receipts in tho ex pense of management and that have assets in tligir reserves of less thanten per cent for each dollar at risk and yet of these we havo never kifowu tho editor of tho Post by word or act to raise his voice in condemnation There was organized in the city of Louisvilieniore than ten years ago un der the very nose of theeditor of tho Postan insurance company that has premiumreceipts per cent in the expense of manage mont and has loday reserve assets of less than three cents for each dollar at risk Granting that investment companies have bean operated without restriction that they cave been operated by men recreant to the trust imposed yet I doubt if an examination of their affairs the Scottish Security not excepted will show such a condition as that ex isting in insurance It is facts that the people want not articles full of malice and vituperation We say turn on the light if the two systems are based on the same principles it is unfair to uphold the one ands condemn the other or to protect one and persecute the other If the princi ples are wrong in each condemn each Do not make fish of one and fowl of otherYon To do that company the Southern Mutual Investment Company full justice we applied for its prospec tus and we publish it in full in con nection with the letter of its sQcretary ImportantIof determining the bonds to be re deemed but bold and definite in its promises as to the future The method of redemption which you allude to was placed in our prospectus alter careful thought and consideration stud it is the result of the best thought and study that this office could give If the Evening Post can frame the meaning in language clearer plainer anti less liable to misconstruction the Southern Mutual Investment Company will not only thank it but will pay it liberally for its trouble When I wrote a personal letter to Mr R W Knott the editor of the Post a few days ago it was not for the purpose of its being printed or to bring about any newspaper controversy but as your paper saw properto publish that letter and to comment thereon editorially I trust that you will give space enough in your paper for this letter and in the same issue in which this letter is published that you will reply hereto of course giving equal prominence to each There are thousands of people throughout Kentucky ibse property has been injured whosc rcputatlori has been attacked that 1esiL to know the facts as to whether the press is making a wholesale onslaught on this business because of the principles involved or whether there are other reasons Trusting that I have not trespassed too much on yonr space and time I remain Very truly yours A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary and General Manager of The Southern Mutual Investment Co Lynchings in the South In a recent sermon at the Calvar Baptist Church in New York Rev Robert S McArthur who has just re turned from his vacation spoke of the sentiment of the people he had met on his journey regarding lynchlngs Thoughtful men North and South said he bitterly deplore the occasion al rule of mob law This is not a sec tional question Ohio and Kansas have been disgracQd as much as any Southern State The whole tendency of lynching is toward brutality and hartmrismII While it destroys the physical victim it utterly degrades and brutal izes its perpetrators It is a reproach to American civilization and even to hu inanity itself There is no apology be made for the crime of the crIminals but we must insist that all criminals be punished according to the law of civil ized people The time has come for pulpit and press with united voice to denounce this relic of barbarism SUe the CUM I That is the heartfelt 07 of many a wastLgtoo late foe medical aid to help the child It is so weak 10 lacking in stamina that there ia bo vantage ground o beip Ose of the results of the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription pro ceeding maternity a utroa healthy TbDUsIIdsI tohiUIIRJFavorite Pre- ctlptioii or All- Dl7 Other children are sickly except this one and I took yimr Favorite PrescriptIOlitJHUi All the child stre gth comes from the mother Favorite Prescription gives thp mother BiYeagth to give her child reteiiptloanor any other uareotk It ss plUel vegetable aid perfectly karBlteu- medlciae ia nay of the female system PreBcriptionfor womansll1s Sid women are invited to eet0elt Dr Pierce by1etter free CorrMpaMkace codntIa1 Address Dr ItY1 Buf JIIId N Y 11 am so thcBkfal Ie what DrMtte1 Pa writaiMnBaIt M helped aw Uwtitte tomf 14trlit sis at of a ttiMMc wW takiisg an fly Iisith- Iet Dr pkrces CoauMM Ked Jail MI k llellt free leat4C 1tb psy expense obmaasps bsok I a ckitbor at oceut dL A dicw fir X V fterat J Ct Ralnaadswe have no effect oa baruesstreatedwith DOS OIL It re keepetheleathI names P teeps looklseliU new but jwears twice as loneby tb use ofiZureka 1Iarress Oil Soldevcrywherefj cans ailsUts c wwpany tiKA41ff1 LAND STOCK AND CROP L Kaltreidgr of Pennsylvania bought40mlllec clts at McClure Cald ii Jlssbl atlerry at flfl average price lf 2Jt It s News cost as niucli to grow a poor grade pig till he weighs 175 pounds as it does to grow a pure bred ono weighing 250 pounds ut t ho samo age ThankBgixiug jfirkeys will be high this season owing to the shortness of thocrbp IilirTuikage is due lo the cold backward spring at hatching timeIt fs said that raw tomatoes liberally sprinkled with salt and eaten will quench a mans thirst for liquor Hut there are somoinon who do not like raw tomatoes Dra fsrS31lHtllat on the face of the late corn rop out look 1400000000 bushels is indicated This is a decrease of G3GOOOOOO bushels from a year ago ShlllIJItOWDjraised 2C bushels an acre and his whole prop above the average Phil Chrismau shipped 75 bushels of onions to Cincinnati getting 75c a bushel for thorn on board the cars He has 200 bushels of onion plants stored wayITarrodsburg Democrat At Berry A T Gill sold to W A Kendall of Cynthiana a two enrold teer that tipped the beam at the un usual weight of 1451 pounds Price 4 1 cents Also an 800pound steer to same partv at 4 cents Brent Bros of this city purchased several hundred acres of new hemp last week at 5 per 112 undn Only about two thirds of this years crop has been yot cut This yield will fall a lit tie below that of last year but will as a whole bo an average crop foil he past five years Paris Kentuckian Charley Glock sold 100 barrels of now corn at 3 per barrelJoe Jor dan of Atlanta who is with Fox Logan bought a car load of horses in Boyle and Lincoln counties last week at from 70 to 150 per heath Danville Advocate A dispatch from Lancaster says Julian Frank agent for a New York firm sboughtlire and Gibbs Beasley head of export cattle for September delivery They averaged 1COO pounds The price was from 537 to 550 per hundred The above firms will receive over 25 000 for these cattle The cucumber crop over almost the entire country is a total failure and dealers say pickles will disappear from the market by Christmas There will be no pumpkin tiles because there will be no pumpkins Georgetown court day auctioneer Ben Ii Peak reports 150 cattle on the market Good cattle of sro pounds weight sold at S3 35 toI 375 per cwt heifers at 275 to calves SlG to S18 per head horses S30 to 75 Fortyone sheep sold at 250 per head Paris Democrat ANTITOXIN FUR SWIXt OIStAStS Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt abow losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr P II DC Vain after several years of scientific experi ments and study succeeded in isolatluR the true germotswluediseasesand prepared a Serum Antitoxin which Is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs hare been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hop treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated Company guarantees that the Injection of their Antitoxin in well swine win absolutely prevent death by disease and in tick swine will sayent least 85 percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be funded Any tanner can easily udmlalstcrthe Aailtoxla Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe J360 DeVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Burcn Street Chicago 21aprly In Cahoot With The Thieves The Cynthiana Log Cabin tells of a resident of Pendleton county having his pocket picked of 148 by a fortuneteller connected with liobinson circus and says that skin gainesand sure thing gambling devices were as thick as fleas on the monkeys It was the same way in Paris says the News although we have not heard of any large sums being lost To show that the circus proprietors themselves are in league with the swindlers fa prominent attach c called at The News olllcc on the iy that they exhibited lucre and nIter asking if there was anything he could do in the way of giving extra tickets etc requested that if they should happened to get into any trouble ho would appreciate it asa favor if The New would refrain train roasting the show Liberal With Money- SThe Cincinnati Weekly Enquire i offering 56000 in cash premiums for nearest correct guesws on the total vote of Ohio The election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday Novembers title year and is for a Governor State Officers and Legislators Tile new Legislature will choose a United States Senator to Senator Foraker The Enquirer also oilers 50 each week for the largest clubs of guess re ceived during that went This is an excellent chance for obtaining money easy Bible Scholar 1 At a recent banquet the question arose which of all the worlds great mali had lieea the most talked about One of our State Senators said Po cahpntas hail caused nioro comment than any other man On being told Pocahontas was a Woman bsaid Well its been so long tMhcol read the Bible I have forgotten all a iout iU Exchange Tho Department of iwtke is happy over the conviettas at IfaVatia of Poet naster Tho HMont who was charged with fcteitliurfttd awl fwd the exaet lusioaBt of iirs tkrtrft Thy if he in poni6ltd so evviy that JiieJy ttMi JUthbou wilt get nometbftiff awful Well we uppoae severely M merely relative after all J IOb 1 l AUORT ly SUCCESSOR jomeihirii New Undvteio Sun Al tiOCIH llHM tllWlMo ltllt CAj TAliitlt t lIlK IIH lf U 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anyformdirections which accompany each pack age Dont but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remrdy regarding your cose without cost to you beyond the recnlar price cf SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of Onn Dollar Address Dept C 959 ED WIN B GILES COMPANY 2330 and2332 Market street Philadelphia lmaylyr Now the French are claiming that Paris is tough because the Americans who go there demand wide open town with the limit taken off Possi bly that is true after all certain it is at least that Americans do things in Paris that they would never think of doing at bonieIPa831shecould obtain no relief until DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effected a permanent cure Counterfeits are worthless Perry Thomas The United States legation in China does not seem to have suffered mater ially from the course of absent treatment to which Minister Cougar has been submitting it Possibly it wouldnt have suffered even If Mr Conger had beed Miehlejohned Dont wait until you become chronically constipated but take DeWitts Little Early Risers now and then They will keep your liver and bowels in good order Easy to take Safe pills Perry Thomas Xo association which deliberately jus tifies the breaking of contracts will se cure much sympathy from Americans utside of its own membership If the teel strike fails it will fail for this reason Norris Silver North Stratford N II I purchased a bottle of One Minute coughdoctors t andhjrdwell man Perrv A Thomas The general suspicion is that those friends of Grover Cleveland who wore with him when that undersized fish was caught lied like gentlemen Many physicians are now prescribing 1iavlugtion they can write because it is the one preparation which contains the elements necessary to digest not only some kinds of food but all kind and it therefore cures indigestion and dyspep sia no matter what Its cause Perry Thomas Six Million a Year Did you ever stop to consider what a million menus Multiply this six times and it will show you how popular Cas carets are and what great merit they possess For last year over six mil lion boxes of this wonderful medicine for liver and bowels are Fold in this country alone The Americium people kuotv a good thing The sales of Cas carets prove it The medicine is the best for the bowels the price right 10c 25c and COca box and a SOc box is a whole months treatment for the worst kind of a case It is a pleasure fur us to advertise a medicine like this newel as to endorse the makers and ask our readers to buy it Keep Your Children at Home It is surprising as well as painful the way in which the parents of this city allow their young children ta run the streets at night until a late hour As late as 10 oclock at night boys and girls of very tender years may be seen on the streets In later years these same parents will be wondering what made 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