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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J TtThiPIdnMoND1CLIMAX a t 1 1 t f j r fOLUME28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1901 NUMBER IT PROFESSIONAL CARDS = AUOUN1IYS IW MILLER ATTORSIHTXTL RICHMOND KKMTDOKT Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to arniefa National Dank feb3ly JA SULLV ATTORSKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Hank Trust CoOffi e over State op tl on Main t5treet JODM011KNAOLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYEUCHUOND Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLawRICI- IIIOSCD KENTUCKY CaTOffico over Taylor Bros Store JKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY office oTerThurraan Grocery CoaipanyCB PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office in bI 1oe Cclias buildiDItS ai 30 Sec end Street OTei Wnue old druotore 17 CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty romce at stable on coraerTirst and Water Streets Richmond Ky pr71y II C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Building Main Street telephone at reiidence the CArr place on Broadway KICHMOSD KENTUCKY M D cEVANS PHYSICIAN AND SOBOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SUSOERT ET OaXwAwve V Voisoxv DxNTIT OF LOCISTILLK KY office next door to Government Building RichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to notl7ly Dr Louis H Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No Madison Avenue Covington Kr will be at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY SEPT 11 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each mouth Reference every physician of Rich Kymaylly1ractice limited to the diseases of the eye Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial ffill1B JB3 kJ ThDpllUTllJ The ladies cannotbe decehed by catchy phrases nor bombastic clams All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uprtodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with White AND Gibson I am agent for the Page Wire Fence j And will sell any raeent wanted Keep car toadi on hand tin ea Also purebred Dureci Jersey flogs loriale j TCOY KlrksTllIe Ky VILEY THE cTAILQi Makes Lexingtons V SWELL CLoTHES In material shape and finfeii fete arlllentll ore e l He k just received an olegahtiot of 1MO rAjllf at From New York andc1PrMresto BM you an up to Jalo SPRING SU IT JMr Viley tale perwHwIly tM clothes bis husetlin1fl nwt MNeasily tletlloAI of W toh WftofS f auy west of NejyTCe v TRY HIft ttfj F 1 t 1ki w s vIJEtMAIN ST XIT r Xi 13feblv c CC JEWELRY + The largpst stock in central Kentucky be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and +4 + Swiss Watches also + Diamond Setting and fine t Tewelry Work done by ft+ Expert Workmen I also mako a specialty of IElALS DesigningHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Hryan Station representing Indian times My Motto li nEUABtK GOODS AND PAIn DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 67 B MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY I3feb1y HINDIPORESTORES VITALITY mOM jTHE QIQA GREAT Made a Well Man of Me URENCiI REMEDY prodnccs the above resultIn 30 Cures anJloascSanity and Consumption Young Men regain Man ItCivesintbeyetpocetwitowrttcuguaraFor sale by Stcckton Han Druggists fuID J1 IDW f Successor to J W AxbiU Livery Feei asi Sale Stlh IRVINE STV NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have allmy old customers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mchlTly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mens stock of latest designs in WailJj Pgper for Summer and Fall trade Comprisingmany t t pretty colorings in floral andstripes and our prices ar- eJust Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator ITJanU PHONE75 SOUTHERN RuILWflY p IXKZNTOCKTC t WiHi l Sa4cI11 to tftet Mil U tM liTBoirKn INolINO5INOLj- Loutaytfle 14laam L45pm- AT IIIOIU saI 9m- Ar LarencebgttOam 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Little City A little non case now end then It relished by the beat ol men And now my restless limping muse would add to these f Some nonesense mixed with sober troths r Will bring to age the bloom ofyoutb- WIhL11gbtenbeartaby care oppressed And sweeten toll by given rest Aye banish pain and burning tears And longer make the span of years And life one grand sweet song will be Whose notes will Mss eternity And thus as Gods appointed plan Mate sure the brotherhood of man MRS J Vf NEWKIRT of Ches Hilt has been for some weeks past a great sufferer from boue felpit The writer never sar such heroic patience and fortitude as exhibited Jjy this gentle lady under this most pain ful of afflictions r7TRS G W LYLE JK whoso health for the past two months has been very poor IH now much bet ter and it is thought a speedy and permanent restoration to health malher soon FOXE are reported abundant In section and the sharp notes of Kenan have even been heard at night in the remote streets of this town If Col R L Daniel of Red River Valley would brinK up his pack of English flyers twould break the monotony of dust and dry weather and the nights melodyWhere NOAH RUSSEIL whose extensive of roots and herbs has secured him the title of Mountain Bofantis anticipating the result of that Chinese scrap has been with a large force of experts for months scouring the lulls hereabouts in search of hue favorite yerb eangVof which it is reported he has secured enough above family consumption to satisfy the demand of the alinonedyed Celestials for many months to come THE dulcet chimes of the town school No 41 can now be heard above the rumble of the electri cars and the hum of the automobiles in our streets THE artless prattle and the rlplin of the happy school chit dren as they daily wend their way toward the Temple of Knowledge corner of Spring and Cedar streets suggest Elysian dreams and gladden alike the heart of sober site and loving dame TIlE recent drizzle result of earnest by the faithful of this see tion has Somewhat revived vegetation and things have put on a rather verdant air of late TheCity Spring at the foot of Furnace Hill affords an abund ance of natures beverage for our citizens As this is strictly a prohi bltion town the sparkling liquid form the foresald is held in high esteem Recently two ot Clay Citys distin guished people Hon Charley Bartlett anti Col S MMaple paid their respects to this fountain of physical felicity and cooled their parched tongues with a few gallons of its crystal purity They are loud in their praise of Its vitaliz ing properties and earnestly declaie that old Ponce DeLeons Fountain of Youths but a puddle in comparison therewith Charleys racing capacity has been greatly augmented and Sid neys lie hustling ability at least doubled by this indulgence Come again gentlemen COL AM BILLINGSof Garrett 1e has about recovered from his recent illness and is now busily engaged in mulching the flelhou awl fruit ireesin his promising young orchard Sam fervently declares that the Clay City water fairly teems with paralyzing microbes seriously affect ing the power of locomotion He is now ah ardent advocate of the town pump and daily takes his liquid re freshment at the Farnace Spring Under his skillful management the eplendiil young orchard referred to is destined soon to become the pomologt cal wonder of Eastern Kentucky The thrifty scions which cower many broad acres of the Garrett addition are said to have been directly imported from the world renowned garden of Hesper idea Ere long we will have the pleasure of extending the editorial staff nf iiio News an initation to a grand apple peeling at the residence pi Cot Billings on Garrett avenue pROf SAMUEL STRANGE the fa mona Hardwicks Creek necromancer and astrologist passed through our town a short time ago en route for Mountain Spring church where ha was billed to assist one Rev Stamper in a religious exercise at thaiplace Messrs Claude Newklrk and George Chniney had their horoscopes revealed Both Were deliuhted with the Professors Womera ace Like FlOwetsHeftilY blossom ndstro g and bloom Sickly they y ther and da Every yor5fla ought tp Jppk well Lad feelveil duty- but sne irtlglitj avelttiytout buta fire with oil aa to be healthy at rrictlve with disease corroding the organsth h raworrt l their health depeltkherlieaUi If there Is ia l msn tva or draIns raufferlnfattlle anonthlr rperiod attend to at onfDoR t de2y Youre si S6 nearer grave Yerji ut1t elf WOrMca tsta dnl btit tMetU JlWloteW wWi dragg i 4l WCaM yitalorf n Inthelirbody Tfoanwy Jiv b i deceived In 11IHlcuiiea W dontis ho yoioul4 help it there tt aDteh stuL o the market Let T 4I woatbe tit appointed Is Brct5sld helule t g believe it tJte aeDle4I cIaeonertkfOrwGmllhI There Ja 4 mh dljferf b4t It oUter ioailed rimidiec ai thor is- hewjsibtaMWr9f id1dP- eMIti 1t iootS Ihe pale stop t dratnepf0mMU ruIrityi- tinltM isI It a qnl kl ead easil iid naturally it II for wosaalO5i to44o cofde thy will be MalthlOi Sick Bredlds Rtator lie at- prbtdstdra0re iIa4 S sr bs 1HC IiAIfnt KWUfM COAistrn revelations and are looking forward to the enjuyment of vast treasures and an unspeakable annnnt of conjugal blis which the Professor says await tiieir StrnnRos skill in reading ones jast record and the marvelous gift for rt J vealing the things which he beyon have placed him unquestionably in tl e forcfiont of his profession It is Odd that Hon C W RaP nII und cashier J F Cox of Clay City frequently con suit him in matters political and finan chat whenever tilt horizon of the future Boems cloudy and lays with assui ance that his isto be will surely hap pen IOn doubt sweet reader as io your future abode cousnlt Prof Strange at once and get into the band wagon before it is everlnsthigly too late 7UR clever postmaster Calvin Mc Knight is the inventor of a tar deit lion f patent ponding which upon introduction to the public nil greatly facilitate the work of gardening mak lug it a delightful pleasure and recrea thou rather than a drudgery and back breaking occupation A casual obser ver would See in it nothing beyond the ordinary mecianiatn of thecommon hoe in general use but when acquainted with its wonderful powers and possibil ities by the inventor himeelt the ver dict would inevitably he that the Wizard of Menlo Park Tom Edison has been farily distanced by the Inven tive genius of the Magician of Furnace Mountain Calvin NcKnight The chief feature of this invention if that properly set working it is wholly automatic in its notion requiring little labor in jts use save in starting and topping the machine Kecently G W Lyle Jr of Main street whose love for gardening as well as for garden truck is proverbial borrowed the aforesaid line to vcnlilate his mammoth cabbage patch Not thoroughly under standing how to manipulate the implement he began work Things went on charmingly for awhile The noxious weed8wilttdail by magic aud the suffocated cabbages nodded their pon derous heads in approval The tireless hoe showed no inclination to cool its feverish brow in the shade of an ad joining trove or wet its parched ton gue at the Furnace Spring hard by It had now become torrid as well as mo not uoll8 to the irrepressible George The white stuff i i the thermometer rose higher and higher The boiling point was nearlyln sight when he be gall longing earnestly for a slice of the shade and a cup of the crystal liquid aforesaid On went the resolute ma chine Iud George too against his own free will and accord With him the critical was fast becoming a vivid reali zation when the writer who hal previously been instructed in the secret of groverning the action of this wonderful invention came to the rescue of our hero A touch of the longedfor shade and draught of the invigorating water previously mentioned soon put him on his pegs again and he is at time tf this writing the happiest man in all our town His cabbage patch is doing well and is indeed the wonder and admiration of every passerby As Ben Franklin would say He will have beads to sell and keep Calvin will be pleased to show you the hoe More Anon W ANTITOXIN FUR SWISS DISEASES fromStatesIIDeVuuxments and study succeeded in isolating the truegerm of swine diseases and prepared a Serum theDeVaux000 hogs have teen successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hosts treated with the higherpriceThe Compny guarantees that the Injection of absolutlyprevcDtwill ease at least SS percent In case of failure refundedofhogs100AntitoxinSyringeCompany 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprly According to the census we have IT St8teElIinthiepast ten years the Japanese increased from 2039 to 24300 PortHuronmany pills an i laxatives but DeWitte pillsIPerry Thomas The contract for harbor improve ments at Manila has been siirnnd and work will begin at onco The improve ments will cost 1500000 Henry hayden Harris NVC says I took medicine 20 years for asthaina MilluteCoughCure CouthCureThe Latest House of Hits Publications Everyone has heard oi or seen the delightful play with its scenes of inral life entitled Lovers LaneIt It is on tho bcantilul story of this play that Max S Witt and RobU F Rodons latest ballad Its n Long Lane That Has No Turning jg founded Otto Langejri hit composer the celebrated Mandolina Mexican serenade has just written a bsautiful now serenade called Veroiia Every music lover should have it All those music lovers to whom the beautiful ballad In The House of Too Much Trouble appealed strongly will be tleiijhtedwilh ia A Little Empty Nest the latent by the wine anther 4 Doat Butt Iafll the odd title of a new eo1 song which ia b nitlwith LeV bckstader the famous jmiftetrel this aeou It i6 by Je OftCele k John the writers ef May Irvines htItsiae4seaoH Tlienew book The PuppetCrown fc tlelate erase this y ralld Katy Dowlutteea w ltz o the Mm tit4t will be one of the bighlts- oorKtlriMrOle the popular ww trlllHtnK I new coot semr I When the JBk OLantfra Stsrit to Walk Alwit j in irwttBlww It is It wIhe abeve psblktis re ijtl Icak by Joe W Stern k Oa the lioww of Ht Wrw aN JMM KDts for the cel brd IlawkeeSuu- OroilI Ben Iuatfiian4 and the RrMaJtk tHrimml Twtrum ntc will be p k f 4 titeir tV fTltftj i 11 e a ea wBMt New York C BudShotFor No use to hunt tigers with birdshot It doesnt hurt the riskyforConsumption is a tiger among diseases It is stealthy but once started it rapidly eats up the flesh and destroys huntingiticine Thats only birdshot It still advances Good havy charges of Scotts Emulsion will stop the advance The disease feels that Scotts Emulsion makes the body strong to resist It soothes and toughens the lungs andsustains the strengthuntil the disease wears itself out Send for free sample SCOTT a DOWNEr Chemists Pearl St N Y sac and fijuai all druggists FOR MONUMENTTO Executive Committee Chosen Beckham and McCreary on The List Ameetinpof tho Goebel Monument Commission was held at Frankfort the past week and an Executive Commit tee was appointed to arrange fur the erection ot the monument Mr Mc Creary Chairman of the commission was placed at the head of the commit tee and the members of it are Joy J GV Beckham Lewis McQuown of Bowling Green Dr E E Hume of Franklort Cot David Murry Mrs Charles C MeCliord of Wshln ton county Mrs Edward Fiunell of liar tison county and Miss Sallie Jackson of Franklin county Mr Arthur Goebel win cooperate with the committee in the selection of the design and a suitable location for the monument It is the purpose of the members of this special committee to immediately begin this work the first step of which is the selection of the design of the monument The only ideal upon which all agree at first is that it shall be of granite and bronze and there may be placed at its top a lifesized bronze figure of the man in whose honor it is erected A shaft of 150 feet is also suggested 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 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 polieal arti des stock and financial articles dramatic criticism boulreviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you The sooner your order is received the longer you receive the paper Subscribe today For sale by all news dealers Five cents per copy 2 per year Write for sample copies THE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo Will BurnOilinThe Future General ManagerKrnttechnittof the Southern Pacific Railroad bas an nounced that all the companys loco motives will be equipped for the burn lug of oil instead of coal as expeditoua lj as possible To that end storage tanks with a capacity qL thirty thousand barrels each will be erected at Oakland Fresno Mendota and other points South and Est on the line The Municipal Art Society of Cincin nati has declared waron the billboards THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TKEATJIEXT BYWI1IU11 UISUNKAKUS AUE BEING CUKKD DAILY IN SlITK 01 THEM SELVES No Noxious Doses Nu Weakf niiix of thin Nerves A Pleasant ana Iositive Care for the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body tilled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant usenf iutoxicat HK liquorercquires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this cravingiorimitixieamtts publicityorwonderful HOME GOLf CURE which has been perfected after many years of close study and trcatlneiit of inebriates The faithful use accdrdinn to dlrectionsof this wonderful discov cry is positively guaranteed to cure the must obstinate ease no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous trausformatlollof Ihuusams of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright mm WIVEs CURE YOUR I1US IVANUSl IMIILDUISN mitEYOUR FATflEKS 11 This remedy lit specifiefoidevised and prepared that it is thoroughly and pleasant to jhe ttMrte so that it can be riven fit a kRowldifeothe lve8w1I11Itmor have been cured and miwle tent peMLe men by having the CURE aol HiHWterud by Jovlng Jrknds aw4re4a lives without their knowledge iaeoe twydiscontmued willJO KOT WAIT Do sobedeI- tided by Jtlparent and nieieidiug iw pnvttn ontthe dwMW ItOM3OIjJIflprK1e of One TJoIlr time pl i jc thin rw ph of verlx dy a trentmctrt moreeMital thuohe eoein 25 to i t ollrectiens aceoeipeey e ci- eg Spe4M e skilled phyrieUtui when reqiiMterf witboatex ftnypvtdttteA4iiir D rto 9M lfWIIf R 832Mzkszreet1Al corrfipondobce strictly oondden tiaL luuylyr S Bar Pays Tribute to Memory of Judge William Chenault On Friday morning nftor mo tion hour in the Circuit Court the Richmond Bar paUl its tribute of respect to tho memory of Judge William Clienault who was for many years one of its brilliant and beloved leaders Eloquent and feeling addresses were made by exGov J B McCreary his jlassmato and first jartnor Ju ger B amith Judge C H Breck his lifelong friend and companion and Hon C F Burnam and Col James W Ca pertorj the honored and eloquent Ne store of the Bar After a feel lug and appropriate response by Judge Scott Hon R W Stiller from the committee on resolutions i reported the following William Clienault entered into rest on June 2 1901 The mem bors of the Richmond Bar of which he was so long a leader haying met to pay tribute to hisj simpletributeter and his work He was emi nent as man as citizen as histo nan and as lawyer useful to his people and his time He was a modest kindly gentleman ossen tially a student yet possessing so cial qualities of the highest order companionablefriends and all the rich treasures of his mind and heart were over open unto thorn His humor was sunny and his wit was bright In his heart no malice lurked His pettthoughts opinionshis manner was so gentle and his consideration for the feelings of others so great that nanco of them while firm and consistent was uniformly courteous and polite spiritIuthe building of the first railroad clluntyInCentral University lIe was a giant and his devoted and untiring ef fotts contributed largely to the success of Richmond in that memorable fight He possessed the true historic instinct a tireless energy in research a calm and judicial temperament a fair and impartial judgment He knew the beginnings of the Commonwealth and in a minute and pioueerhIstorywhich the early history of the State was made he was the best informed and most accurate of living men As a teacher of the law he was preeminent lie loved the law for truths sake and he profoundly impressed his devotion to its ancient and honored princi tiles upon all the young men who stud t under him in this and other States He was a brilliant teacher and possessed in market degree the genius for arousing enthusiasm over fInn the most dry and techni cal brunches of the law which was to him both a science and an art lIe impressed his personality on his classes and young men went trout his class room filled with high ideals and knowing that not dimply knowledge of the aw but also high character incorruptible integrity and unswerving devotion to truth for truths sake were necessary to make and round a lawyerAt bar he was uniformly kind courteous fair and cpnsider ate lie was devoted to his clients cause tot becausn it was his client but because hits contest was fur the triumph of truth and justice That vas lila first and highest Ilm The young men of the bar went freely to him for counsel and ad vice and he was never too weary to counsel or too tired to advise them Through all the common places of life he followed ever with a sure and steady step the clear light of a high ideal He was not a narrow lawyer his mind held in the thraldom of ad judicated case Ha had mustered the philosophy cf jurisprudence He was familiar with the currents of the law and he knew its ebbmid flow of tides In his death this people huts sustained groat and serious loss He wtis usttlui up right gifted As lawyer teacher historian citizen and friend we esteemed apd honored him for his manly virtues and his sterling worth and we who hew him best lUte Toyed hini most record with loving hands this simple tribute to his memory A never failing cure tor cuts hums scald ulcers wounds and sons is De WitliJ Witch Hazel fcalvo A most soothinij nnd healing remedy for skin affections Accept only the genuine Ptrrv lholall The albatross is the largest ofIIU seabirds frrqiiPBtly measuring seventeen feet front i ptQtipofwil1J Goo Wane Iewamo Midi writes Your Kodol DIp iCfire w Ike best remedy for iudiifflption null stomach trnnbla that I fiver used For vears I suffered from dyapepia at limiecom- pillfRJ me tI9y in bed and lusiuw Hzony I am completely Wired Hy Kodol DyapeidiA Cure lii- reeismewtliig it to frieqde who suffer Iron Indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fsite Thiwir have never paM Petrytt Thiwin- miitIstand olt mr t thebkid all rmuihea to my li wd dIIIit1 No out eIltt1edtQIltrsdiIihM 2ow- he eoI lnlUlIltrjphtty hwheo I Uttdon my fc twhy doeeuft ate Wool aU jroijV io my fwst1 4Ia1i- I re Hosetti KiOl HM yew Iot- MDOt fnptyTitiie- An ptsnawerbeedtdo the wlI- knowni4rd GewS8flr Cf efcw tome On gaitwhat MHM he would sJiould s ccrtiOu fM IbrMkoutocits cage be npliwl with alt native Dn loog ones LOUIS GUS STRAUS 2 Great Fall Opening S- aleCLOTHINGGREATEST SALE OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING T EVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY Boys School Suits 49cr 1 49 2 2 50 andup 4 Mens Fine Cassimere Suits 2 99 and 3 99 1Suits and line in Kentucky I celebrated firm 300 dozen Shirts regular price 1 and 2 T 98 CentsWhich is less Cost We just received our Fall importations in our Tailoring Department and we are ready to you the largest best and most complete line of goods in Kentucky department is in charge of Richard Shryock who will be to you our line t t t MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON STRAUSILEADING CLOTHIERS FINE MERCHANT TAILORS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY a a a 5j I S i i s ft P I a I II I I I It I S l A LUXURY YJiTHilJ THE REACH OP will to happiness convenience may by a of the of out one the in this sold SPICH There Is noth so bad for a as coughing It tears the tendermembraneof and the the of con sumption by remedy the curing that hac and of Kind for over sixty You cant be with cough The congestion of the and lungs is inftammaIawa- yThreesizesthe one dollar size Is the cheap est to keep on the Soc size for you had for some the 2Sc size for an ordinary cold 1ec15 rs I WaTtlTMd couch The de1ms IMeta am MM euMomrttoo Tknl I trto4 Ayers czrry hot cM ts11 sot a bottto a d a tadf to uw M T XAMOX is ee If y hsiaalqW wdIe IreLoALrv lu 4 Worsted Suits 4 99 t The largest finest of Suits every t from the t of t Benjamin Co N Y 50 00 now than have show these This glad show THE does picket duty you and prevents adulteration and impurity entering pack of LiON COFFEE When you buy an unbroken package of LION COffEE you coffee is absolutely strong and invigor ating A single pound makes 40 other coffee will go so You know it is till try it LION COFFEE is not a glazed compound but a pure coffee and ing but coffee descriptivelistwhich contribute their comfort and and which they have out number Lion Heads wrappers pound packages is only form excellent coffee is WOOL50N CO TOLEDO WHO Hacking ing cough lungs wounds thus made attract germs Stop your cough using family been coughs colds every years afford to itAYQT1 PQctoralloosensthegraspofyour cough drops hand coughs have time u4body 1IttO1J8L Jtyc- Wtfle seeILha Mens Black Clay shown Alfred AND ALL lion for from into your age have that pure cups No far will never what like you noth simply cutting certain from scaled which which throat ILJtaAJit Jta jPeoples Friend Is he who sells good goods for the least mone Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furniture Includes Bed Room Suites Iron Beds Folding Beds Rockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs ++ ++i+ 444 + EverytkiagThfie + + + ++ + +44 +4 ++4 + Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect WSOldhamCoc RICHMONDfal3 ly KENTUCKY z1p It YIGORMEI MA6METIC IERY1XE Easlltorcir PetlUDlltrJ aitsrsdQuCreie I rt cire nYsattneDlamie pieTaFOrbytcktn k Rag55 flrugists lJ ft For Rubber OtampCALl AT t J The Richmond Climax J 0 CHENAULT Proprietor A D MILLER Manager R LEE DAVIS Editor u WEDNESDAY SEPT JS 1101 JUULUUUW EER EDNltl5lJAY NT The Climax Printing Co PRESIDENT McKiXLEV isdcad Struck down by the cruel hand of an urslS ill tho nations Chief Executive lies cold in death and his people with bowed heads anti griefstricken hearts are in mourning about his bier At all times aud under all circum stances death is fall to contemplate but tho suddeiiess tho nmuuer the place the time the occasion the prom inence of11w victim Isis beautiful private life hit hiiiig tiiiblis virtues his love for his LuUiuiv and its itibti tutions in short the unspeakable horror ol this assasamutiuu renders his untimely taking off ail the more tragic ned lameuUb e Qaosar we are told was ambitious and this was the cause of Ids removal from tho liCageof action Edward of England was tyrannical and the dagger was his fate Buckingham was profligate and he paid the penalty with hie life Kubespierre was cruel anti his career was stopped by the gull lotiue Rut there was absolutely no palliation for the assassination of William McKinley the peoples President the patriotic citizen the nl del husband the kindly neighbor the noble Chris tian gentleman Aside from his public character his private virtues pleaded like angels irutiipettongued against the deep damnation of lila taking oft The redhanded Anarchist however is no respecter of persons clothed with the insignia of authority anti the rep resentative of organized government the world over whether he be Emperor Sultan King President or Governor is unsafe wherever anarchism is per mitted to rearitt Gorgon head III this brief memorial v e shall not attempt a characterization of the dead President or a criticism of his public acts This is the province of biography and history and posterity will pass jixl iuent upon them later Suffice it to say that he was perl aps the most universally beloVod ofall our Prcsi leuta since Washington not so much because of his successful admiuistra tkii as for his intense Americanism his integrity of character and his beau tiful Uivtition to his invalid wife Pat hlIt practical prudent politic patri otic lie typified all that WHS best and purest in American life His adminis tration it w ii consider the apparent ease with which he guided the ship of state the development of time country and its commercial prosperity at home und alroad the progress of education science and invention and the triumph of our anus on land andeavas emi nently successful and will go down in future annals as one ot the greatest eras III the history of the Republic Under time circumstances surrounding is hiileathi may be viewed almost in tho light ofI national calamity and with the millions of our fellow country men we deplore it and our heart is filled with sorrow Rut God reigns and th6 Government at Washington still live In the new Chief Executive Theodore Roosevelt who a few hours after the death of the martyred President took the oath of office the country has a strong cour ageous and able ruler The mantle of Elijah has indeed fallen upon worthy shoulders Though the youngest man that ever sat III the presidential chair he is not a novice in statecraft As Police Commissioner of the city of New York as Asistaut Secretary of the Navy as Governor of the great Empire state and as the hero ot the Hough Riders Ie has proven himself the equal if not tho superior in states manship ability moral integrity and courage of many of his predecessors and wo feel that the reius of govern Went are perfectly safe in hi hands In the pervading gloom it la eomfort lug to know that there is a strong hand at the helm The past hits its lesson the future its responsibilities Above tile lamentations over the grave of lie- mnarreLVrtjdeut rises a mighty chorus of welcome to the new Chief aud mid disquieting murmurs conies the gla l acclaim Long live the Re public CL BrowerCOJ LEXINGTON KY Dont Dolt If your carpet is worn nnd faded dont ba Kke the man who tried to make his carpet new by the use of a can of bright red paintwhen ear pets areEO reasonably priced and within the reach of all here We inviteyou to inspect our Car pet Department if you think you cannot alTord a new carpet this Fall come In an jw ly jus to see the ezcquisita eautythe superb designs in floo coverings all new Fall styles of cupeling just off thin loomsso rich in color so wearful and above all pricad so lightly 7 Carpets For the pallor tho sitting room dinlnj roombedroom every room in the house floor cover ings fn endless variety and here is a sample of yvbcre good timings como low F1BreerCo11 MAIN AXDOADWAY LaxG7o1 r- I AT the opening of the Franklin Cir cuit Court last week Judge Cuntrill delivered a somewhat sensational charge to the grand jury which has set the assaselnatiohlorganstoyawping a fearful rate But its the hit dog that always howls and it takes only a refer ence to tho martyred Goebel to make time menaley pack show their teeth Taking up time attempted assassination of the President which he denounced and deplored he contrasted the action ot a certain element in Kentucky and elsewhere now violent in their denun ciations of anarchy who acted very differently when the Governor of this Commonwealth was stricken down in similar manner witholding their pym patby and even excusing the crime Judge Cantrill also arraigned those newspapers which if they did not ap prove of the murder of Gov Goebel Inked at It and after its culmination asserted that nobody knew or could find out who the assassin was and ever tince have been apologizing that such a thing was done and tryingto mislead public opinion TIlE thinly veiled scheme of the other candidates to defeat Governor Mc ffirojiry who has the nomination for United States Senator already won did not pan out at the meeting of the State Central Committee held at Frankfort last Tuesday In a convincing showing that the time was inopportunei and too late for the change of former methods of nominating a United States Senator Gov McCreary told how costly a primary would be and then would not be binding except between those who entered Any aspirant could come in afterwards before the Legislators who would doubtless show their displeasure at an attempt tousurp their prerogative- Ott motion the matter of nominating Senators by primary was by a vote of 7 to referred to the next State Com mittee which meets in 1003 which of course can have no bearing on the present contest It begins to look now as if McCreary has the battle won and that his election will come on the first ballot Gov BEOKIIAM commuted tho sentence of Holly Strutton the con demned Anderson county murderer to imprisonment for the rest of his natu rah life in the State penitentiary The commutation was granted only after consideration of every phase of time case and on the recommendation of many good citizens of Anderson and adjoining counties Time Governor took this action because of the youth and reariHg of the prisoner and be cause he did not believe that the evi thence showed sulRcient malice or pre meditation on the part of the condemned to justify the death penalty Time great steel strike which began on June SO and which has cost the strikers millions of dollars in waget was settled at a conference held In New York Saturday between the Amal gamated Association and the officers and subsidiary companies of the Steel Trust An agreement was signed and the men returi ed to work Monday in the mills which have been idle The dispatches state that tho agreement was a compromise but its dollars to doughnuts that the strikers lost as they usually do TilE trial of Jim Howard charged with the murder of Gov Goebelwas continued until the January term of the Franklin Circuit Court The con tinuance was granted by Judge Can trill on the ground that the Common wealths Attorney had failed to notify the defendant ten days before the opening of time present term of court EDITOR WALTON of the Harrodsburg Democrat never uttered a more ford ble truth than when he wrote The paltroons who defended the assas sination of Gov Goebel are now loud est hi their condemnation of the assassination of McKinley Hell is ruJi ning over with such contemptible hPocrites PBESIDENT McKinleys assailant will be punished to the extreme limits of the lawas he should be But the murderers of Governor Goebel still live as shillIng exemplars of the infamous doctrine of civil liberty by assassinu tion Glasgow Times THE entire Slate press joins in the hope that Mr H H Gratz the vener able editor of the Lexington Gazette who suffered a paralytic stioke Tues day of last week will be speedily re stored to health POLITICS 0H 0 Eversole has withdrawn from the race for Circuit Judge in the Lon don district ExCongressman D G Colson of Middlesboro is being importuned to ru J Represeu tat ive C C McChor chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission has been elected president of the Southern Association of Railroad Commissioners in session in Asheville N C Of tIt 233 Democratic and Republican County Election Commissioners named but four have declined to serve Three are Democrats and one is a Re publican Time Republican is former Governor W 0 Bradley Judge J D Wyatt of Fleming coun ty is announced as a candidate for Prison Commissioner Besides editing a line newspaper he is County Judge and has the habit of getting anything he goes after Chairman Allie Young ot the State Democratic Committee will name a campaign committee of five to have generalcharge of tho State campaign this fall and it is said that Judge J M Beiiton of Winchester formerly of this county will bn one of the fi- veRELIOiOUS KentuckyConrerenrt meet at Shelby villa October 2nd lout weeks later than usual tins the preachers are given four weeks extra service for which they receive no pay Lexin1tontor has originated the novel idea of a SIlIIdaymornhmay attend church instead of having hopatintoerg are urged to bi lag tImer little ones SundaySciinlday School services are over the chil dren will be taken into att upper room by lady members vt Ute ettureh Aad HiaBeeU ami inetitreted while their mothers are attending services The la8 tea Hovel one aedB expected to west ad irahly BIRTHS STASIFER Mr Joe selIfettMclever Irvine Mre t butefcer wax pre boyIatBAXTEK Mr and Kru Robert RK tec reMoicInjc over theIttut a fi e girl wuititi put hi j- imLS pt +rji 1t W ttdMdIt Lfer I PRESIDENT McKINLEY DEAD With a prayer on bis lips and a sub lime faith in his Creator President William McKinley died at 215 oclock Saturday morning The end was peace ful The warrior statesman diplomat and American after n gallant fight for his life went down before the assassins bullet while all the world horrorstrick on at the awful deed looked on in helpless pity The greatest surgical and medical skill was called in and for six days there was an apparent improvement in his condition Thursday night there was a relapse and since then all hope had been abandoned Those in tho room at time time of tho Presidents death were Mrs Sarah Dun can Mrs Helen McKinley Col W S Brown Lieut James McKinley and DrI Rixey was the only physician present The last coherent statement made by the President was between 10 and 11 oclock Friday night He was then in formed by Drs McBurney Stockton Park Mann and Mynter that there was no hope of saving him and he was told to prepare for the worst At that time the family were called into the room Mrs McKinley was brought in and for a moment sat on the edge of the bed but the doctors removed her While she held his hand he said Goodbye all goodbye It is Gods will His will be done not ours During the last three hours the Piesldent mumbled timewords from the hymn Nearer My God to Thee They were faintlj xtidible Dr Rixey stood by the Presidents side with his fingers on his pulse At 210 he turned and faced those in tho death chamber saying as lie did so The President is dead Col W C Brown announced the death to the Cabinet members who were lunching in another room The news of time Presidents death was broken to Mrs McKinley by her sister Mrs Barber She displayed unex pected calmness It has not yet been determined whether she shall partici pate in the public funeral in Washing ton or go to direct to Canton Gangrene was the cause of the Presi dents death and there is a theory that the bullet WitS poisoned The autopsy of the physicians demonstrated that the wound was fatal from the start and that death was unavoidable by any surgical or medical treatment It was found that there was no evidence of re pair on the part of nature Instead the path of time bullet was surrounded by It gangrenous development as large in area as a silver dollar This was true of both holes in the abdominal wall and stomach in the upper end of the kid ney through which the bullet was found to have passed and also it was discovered that time pancreas was in volved Dr Wasdin is supported by others in the theory that the bullet was poisoned and a chemical and bacteriological examination of the remaining bullets in the pistol will be held to as certain whether such was the case The autopsy developed that the walls of the heart were thin but Dr Mann says the President did not have a tobacco heart as was supposed by many The body of President McKinley will be buried at Canton his old home The funeral ceremonies began Sunday and will continue until tomorrow At 11 oclock Sunday morning there was private services in tho Milburn bouse Sunday afternoon the body lay in state in the Buffalo City Hall and was view ed by thousands Monday morning it was conveyed by special train to Wash ington and placed in the rotunda of the National Capitol where the public fun oral will be held today at noon At 230 oclock this afternoon the start will be made for Canton where the final ceremonies will take place It is probable that Leon Czolgosz the Presidents assassin will be in dicted for murder this week in Buffalo and lila trial will come up in the Supreme Court of New York State Monday September 23 Time penalty bis crime is death in the electric chair A mob stormed tho Chicago jail Satur day night with the intention of lynch jog the anarchist suspects under confinement there but were dispersed by the police on reaching the jail door 4 Career of the Dead Chief Born at Niles Ohio 1843 Enlisted as private 23d th V I18G1 Mustered out as Brevet Major 1SG5 Admitted to the Bar 1SG7 Elected Prosecuting Attorney 1800 Married 1871 Elected to Congress 1870 Member of Ways and Means Committee 188- 0Chairman of Ways and Means Committee 1889- McKinley Tariff enacted 1890 Gerrymandered out of Cougress1890 Elected Governor of Ohio iSO Reelected Governor 1893 Elected President 1S9C Reelected President 1900 Shot September 0 1901 Died September 14 IDOL V VicePresident Takes Oath of Office Vice President Roosevelt reached BulfaloSaturl1aymorning amidafter an official call of condolence at the Mil burn home took the oath of office as President at tho residence of Atisley Wilcox He was nervous throughout and tears wee on his cheeks as jrn re peated the oath administered by Judge H zeloI the United States District Court Directly after the oath had been administered President Roosevelt asked the members of the Cabinet for a conference after which he announced that lie had assurances that the Cabinet would remain at his request at least for the present It shall be my aim to continue abSo- lutely unbroken the policy of President McKiuley for the peace and prosperity and honor of our beloved country So spoke President Roosevelt as he was about to takA tho oath of office The first official act of President Roosevelt was the Issuance of a prods- mationsettlng apart Thursday sa day of mourning on which day he calls upon the veople to assemble at their respective places of worship MABIS6N COUNTY CITIZENS epioe The BeaWi e Time PnsMxi and CeMttIHI His Asassfl In response to the call of Mayor Claude Smith a large mass suiting of th citizens of Richmond and Madison coaHty Irrespective of p ymr1ACe wan hJd at the court hottM hef stlir- doalyaftentoon to give expreaeteH to the universal grief occaaiotM by the traftfe detbof Preldeifl MeKntte- 31Cr4t Judye TfaowM J k4a- hMtd JliM ittdR MJai F Rock and E U Smith t siai a JudtteHci on tit1Ctjfmwi fadinsrlr t General I Day In and out hero Is that weakness that makes n burJcn of fcellDgofI Food doss not strcisUicn Sleep dowunot refresh It la hard to do bard to should be fiasy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system antlers For this condition take floods Sarsapprilla It vitalizes tho blood gives vigor and tone to alt tho organs and functions and is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions HOOKS IlLLS cure coniupauon 2a that hind befallen the nation in the loss of its Chief Executjvo and paid a beautiful tribute to time noble character and spotless life ot the martyred President Eloquent and touching ad dresses eulogistic of the head Chief and voicing the general grief and in dignation were made by exRepresenta tive E Tutt Burnam City Attorney J Talbott Jackson Major Curtis F Bur nam Hon W B Smith Col J W Caperton and Rev Hugh McLellan On motion of R W Miller the follow ing committee was appointed to draft suitable resolutions expressing the sentiment oftime meeting C F Bur nam J W Caperton JA Sullivan W R Smith R W Miller Grant E Lilly C C Wallace John D Goodloe P P Ballard Wm Jett and IL C Hargis These resolutions prepared by Major 0 F Burnam assistant Sec retary of the Treasurer under Presi dent Grant and read by HmY Miller were unanimously adopted by a rising vote anil are as follows RESOLUTIONS McKinleyPresident passed away this morning at 215 us a result of the dastardly assault made on him on Sept 0 1901 Bo it resolved That we the people of Madison county in com mon with the millions of the earth who love order and pence and liberty give expression to the sorrow that overwhelms us in this great calamity and the shame alit indignation that fills us at the thought of this unprovoked and causeless murder of this kindly citizen and noble gentlemen and illustrious President who embodied the nations virtues represented the Republics power and typified the hope and aspiration of peopleThat of Madison county without distinction ot party do in convention assembled express the most sincere regret at the sudden taking off of our Pres ideutre are amazed and hor rfied to learn that there should be in our midst a single human who could be so depraved so dead putrlOtismagainst 0110 whoso life has been so pure and who has been so faithful in the discharge of all public duties and who has made us a President loved by nil and honored throughout the world RESOLVED That we deplore as sassination in all of its form and whether it be of an humble peas nut or of a high official strikes it at the roots of the social fabric when its arm is directed at the Chief Magistrate of our nation and at the form of government itself it is in its most damnable form i and we request of our Con gress to pass such stringent laws as will throw a stronger protec tion around those who are called to preside over the destiny of our nationRESOLVED FURTHER That the public sentiment of this commun ity and we believe of the whole nation will not be satisfied with such amendment of the immigra tion laws as will exclude foreign anarchists from this country but will and does emphatically de mand more stringent laws for the deportation or suppression of those already here in such a way as will effectively protect our publicWe feel in this sad hour of the nations distress a confident assurance under the blessing of God that this great government will not be overthrown bv internal anarchy any more than by for eign aggression The President may die but time government lives and our prayers and best wishes go out to him who shall be the successor of the illustrious American statesman who has been call ed to his triumphant reward apartforare requested to close their doors and cease from the performance of their usual duties Resolutionsel Respect WHEREAS Almighty God in His In scrutable wisdom has seen fit to call from earth His excellency Wm Mc Kinley late President of the United States WHEREAS The distinguished death was an honored member of the Benev olent and Protective Order of Elks thereby affording us the privilege as well as the duty of recording our sor row at the untimely end of tile nations Chief whose life was cut short by the bullet of an anarchist on Friday September Cth 1901 Kesolred That we record our sincere sorrow and indignation at the shock- Ing crime the unspeakable outrage up on America aud the whole civilized world and- Retohed That while as patrotic citi zens we condemn the deed that has robbed our nation of its wise and patriotic Ruler w6 pay our tribute of respect to our late exulted brother by attending in a body on Thursday next the memorial services to be held at the Christian church C E WOODS CommitteeI AIIElks are requested to assemble at the Club Rooms promptly at 145 Thursday evening September 19tb that we may attend in a body the ine mortal services at 2p nfo FRED LGnrNbTFlp Secret- aryPERSONAL Miss Sarah White Is visiting friends this week at Mt Sterling Jfrs Mollie Shearer of Winchester is visitiHjB Mrs Ab Green Mr J H4 Berryot Forsythe SforiS Visiting relative JH the county Mr Torn Reeves Is HttfeadteK the Fall 1estlval at Cinciniwti this week Messrs Thog Imekels sad IJood Tit its were In Lexington last week Judge T J Coyle of Jaekaoa coHHty WM here SMasday ort l ftj btmncw Win tate JHwhM M Uw g W of Mr Hal GritMB at HarrrwdaburK In1truJlI Maupin of Harrltmif Mo is visiting relatives in the county Mrs WStuart Jones who has been very ill the past week is convalescent Miss Jane Reed left yesterday for Ann Arbor Michigan to attend school Judge Rodney Haggard of Winches ter attended circuit court here Wednes dayMrs Rose Wilson of Lexington is the guest of Mrs James T Hoggs on Third Street Miss Hattie Letcher left yesterday for llohdaysburg Penn where she will attend school Mrs Yard and son B R Ward left Sunday for Cincinnati to take in the Fall1estlvalt Prof John M Burnam of the University of Cincinnati visited relatives hero tho past week Mr N 0 Doatherago attended the burial of Judge Rodney haggardat Winchester Sunday Mrs A T Million was in Lexington Wednesday to enter her youngest sun Jack at tho State College Mr and Mrs S Neville Moborley PIAmsdensMisses Florence and Allie Cobb ol Bluegrass left Monday morning t1 en ter the State College at Leiington Mr John Sibold nnd Miss Kate Wil lou hby of Lexington Wore the guest this week of Miss Eddio Whitlock near Kirksville Mr and Mrs U L Ranks spent the past week in Adair county visiting the formers old home They returned Monday night Mr E C Wines anti daughter Annie May returned Sunday after an extended visit to relatives and the PanAmer ican Exposition- Dr Harry Blanton and A W Smith Jr1 of Richmond are guests of the Phi Delta Thetas at time Chapter House Danville Advocate Mrs R E Little and daughter Miss Mary Little left Monday to spend a month with It E Little at Henderson North Carolina Mr C B Gilmore left Sunday for his homo in Bloomington Ill after a weeks visit to his mother Mrs Jane Gilmore at Kingston Mr Edwin B Chandler and son Earl of Louisville who have been the guest for several days of tho formers sister Mr Geo M WHlging have returned home Mrs C C Wallace of Richmoud was In Irvine on a short visit to relatives last weekFlies Coviiijtou of Rich mond was in tQwn Saturday Eslill Leather MillerIMr and Mrs A D Miller returned Saturday to their home in Indianapo lis Ind Squire Levi Mulcalf of Waco passed through here Friday curoute home from Frankfurt wheje ho had been summoned as a witness in time Howard as sassination case returnedIvisit to friends at Nicholas vl lie and her cousin Mrs Charley Smith on North Broadway Lexington Mr John S Marrs the clever and capable day clerk at Hotel Glyudon was called to Lancaster this week to attend the bedside of his mother who suffered a stroke of paralysis aud is in a critical condition She is better at this writ ing She is 70 years old Mrs Hattie Buchanan and daughter Elalbj aud Miss Buelu Million left Monday for Cincinnati where they will visit Mr and Mrs Bud Cotton Mrs Buchanan Dud daughter will go from there to Sherley III to visit rel itti yes Mrs Nannie Rupanl of Lexington accompanied by her daughter is vlsi ting her father Squire Win Wells near Union City Miss Mattie Wells who has been visiting Mrs Rupurd returned with her accompanied by Mr Water Robb Mr Patrick Grady of Lexington ia visiting his sister Mrs J M Rifle Owing to an attack of gastritis Mr Gradys health has been steadily de haysforwith time hope of recuperating Joe S Rice is back from tbe Pan American Exposition He says it is worth tho trip to see time illuminations to say notliinj of time many other things that are pleasing to the eye Mrs Rice who accompanied him is visiting her returningStanford President and Mrs B C Hagerman youngladieshold who have arrived to enter school for this term They number about 84 and a largo car was chartered and the party enjoyed a trolly ride all around the cltyLexington Leader The marriage of Mr Leslie P Evans and Miss Laura Elinor Lynn will be solemized today at one oclock at the brides home on Third street Rev W H Ryalls of tho church offi elating Immediately after the cere monv Mr and Mrs Evans will leave for a ten days bridal tour through the East Miss Maggie Mitchell of Richmond is visiting Mrs Sallie Johnson Col D W Tribble of Richmond is visiting his sister Mrs P P Nunnelley Misses Olive Baldwin of Richmond and Sarah Burgesstif Maysville are guests of Mrs W C Shanks Stanford Journal Mr C T Higgins attended the Laurel county fair at London last week which was one of the best exhibitions given in the mountains this year Ho tells us that a number of Madison coun ty horses were entered Dave Wilcox lien Duncan and others being on hand with their blueribbon steppers Messrs Clarenco Woods arid H TI Little of Richmond were in Danville this week looking to time installation of a chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity in this city Mr Woods is one of the most enthusiastic College and Fritter nity men in the South and the scheme he hat will doubtless succeed Dan ville News Mr Louis Spencer Daniel American atIMasonicSeptember Olt 8 p m under auspices bflJ P O Elks Mr comes with the highest endorsements from prominent people in all the large cities There will bo no band concert on ac count of the entertainment CapUK J Hampton and wife are visiting the formers parents Mr anti Mrs AS HamptoBNJames R Eper soil and family of Ford returned Thursday from Hot Springs Ark wli re they have been for sonic time Mr Epersou is a great sufferer from then byhisMr arid Mrs A D Miller eulertHined charmingly progressive hearts last Thursday evening in honor of their haudaonie visitors the Misses Miller of Indianapolis hid Their pretty home on Mobertey Ave is well adapted to such entertainments by reason t H spacious parlor and hail l which wee filled oh tlitu evasion by a inei y pro tiativ crowd of youuiz peopu Tl ldie prllttJa large bunch butifuh roees was won by Mb StelU Thoflipwa of Mt Sterling whir the geutlenmua Witrdaiimib r of fragrant 1rainkm nial Club 1IrilentteJ Mi T H icktllAtbedi iou rifrewtiinent w enf4lrahd datteitia w i doitd Wih we with reluctr mace indwd tfyu thefllUtOoktbei- rturttiuilttfftfep tonir iiocttf fur a lrtuetpJalt evabihIg f DEATHS TODD Mrs Margaret Todd widow of the late Madison Todd diet this weok of infirmities incident to old jfe- ather home sear Eerea She was about 70 years old and left a consI able estate Tho remains were crITuesday in the family burying HOBSOX Gen E H Ilobson ot Grceiibburx Ky a veteran of the prealdeLtAssociation died suddenly Saturday in Cleveland 0 whero he had been ar tending the 3 AR and Mexican Vet eraus reunion WKATHKRFOKD W D Went her lord a former resident of this city Fridaysaloon in Richmond after the expiration of localoption For several years lie been in poor health The burial took place at UustonvilluE- IWAXKS The Winchester Democrat chronicles tlio death of Benjamin II Eubanks at his home near Elkm evellthichurch a promintnt Maron anti an in fluential citizen His wife who died about two years ago was a Miss Froman of Eatill county DOZIER Mrs Drnsilia Dozier wife of James Dozier after a protracted ill ness died Wednesday at her home yearsDeceasedtutu church and a most excellent woman She was ammaunt of Messrs Con cityAftorBailey at time family residence the remains Ware brought here and interred in the Rlchmontlcemetery lIdlllLAsFrom tIp Rohcrsonlan published at Lauil erton N Cwe learn of tho death at their place of Mrs Harriet Beattv McMillan wife of Rev James 1 McMillan former pastor of the Second Presbyterian church thif Septembu7thShe was a graduate of Stewart Female College Ky and her lovely Christian character made her a favorite everywhere she was known A husband and two daughters Misses Elizabeth anti Georgia Raysnrvive her After touching funeral services the remains were laid to rest in the new cemeterv at Lamberton N C whets her husband is pastor of the Presbyterian church Beau Mr Zachariab Bush diedII Wednesday morning at the his daughter Mrs J W Poynter after a lingering illness aged elJht two years He was a son of Tiglman limb and the remains were buried at his fathers old home in Madison county near Boonesborotne funeral services being held there by Rev Richard French He lived here until past mid die mA when he moved to Richmond where he resided until a year or two ago when he came here He was twice married ills ti st wife was a daughter of Wm Quieenberry and time Insl one a daughter of Wm Berry W L Bush of the county amid Mrs J W Ioynter byhislives near Lancaster survives as time issue of hiTs last wife Winchester Dem- OCRat The MaganFawko Lumber Com pans mills have resumed operation Theme is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great manv years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constant ly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires a eon stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured bv F J Chene Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitu tional cure on the market It is taken internally III doses from ten drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys torn They offer one hundred dollars for anv case it fails to cure Send for- clrcnliLrs and testimonials F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Soul by Drngcists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best sep 1m PUBLIC SALE The undersigned J Stone Walker and Arch K Doty as Administrators of Boyle Doty deceased will o- nSaturday October 5 beginning at the hour of 10 a m sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder at and near his late residence near Richmond Madison county Kyj the follow ing personal property viz Twentyfour head of cattle con sisting of one yoke of oxen 1 bull 2 8yearold steers 4 yearling steers 6 cows and calves twelve fattening hogs 8 brood sows 27 shouts 1 King Richard mare and colt 2 8yearold fillies well broke 1 yearling horse colt 1 ex grayhorseWilkes mare 1 2horse wagon a lot of hay in stack growingand 50 acres more or less in fod der At the same time anti place we will also rent about 800 acres givenimJnediateJYi rightto graze same until January 1 1902TEn3IsThe foregoing proper ty will be sold for cash for all sums of10or less and for all sums over 10 the purchaser will be required to execute note paya 1mbon Jan 1 1002 without interest with good security The grass will be rented on note with good security payable January 1 1002 without interest J STONE WALKER ARCH K DOTY 575961 Administrator PublicSale ofMargarctJ Thursday Oct 31 01 beglnalBi at the hour of 10 oclock a premises of Margaret BOtfPla MjlrttOB- coBat1 Kentucky near riper highstaimS VTwo went side of the mover Run and Ford T1Ir pike read and bouBdcd x follows First A ctrtaia tract of tsa4 cot lmiu kr pareoftkofAand others COMIIatIbywet elM e the said Boggs Moo MM iMMta ef Alex TarplaXaqamJbeing the home SaUL Shearer sod tlwduU luuract aDdIlnrroaadlacgoing two traotc of land to W sold ii east and wst of said hone portion thefothowiimgralJo4411aIHIl1nsMtie e thne brood aisle au hetinriHtao oC klo ad so C crepe OMtbbdIt tJfea4 twed stM with ht nm wtu is hIlI mETyRLfiyAft espli4w c Rich Juicy PlumbsRipe For Your Picking Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawnsat our store Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable tr every dress is the elaborate trimming oMace etc In Allover Litc Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard Our Belt Department aIsStyles come first so do MeKce0 Belts Novelty is essential to make sales you will be struck by the novelty in our Belts Reliability should always be considered it is aTimedayIn Belt Department ran he had a most complete Hue of Purses Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be aOurlinqor summer Corsets at prices from 29c to aTheadvertised brands is a very large sale with us G D Chicago waists at 00 aG D style 36c Straight front at 1- 00oiijc to to if us The ships using the Suez canal fly time German An assignee of Peter a ParrUh sad by virtue of a and order of the Madison County Court I will on 1 between the hours of 10 a m and 12 m semi publicly on the premises one hundred and twelve 111 acres of land located on the Mrs Galen White and Mrs Robt Haran good made on a credit of six and twelve months The will be required to execute bond with approved security legal interest from nay of sale payable to the as trustee Possession for seeding purposes will be given once and full will be given to January 1902 D M septlllw Assignee e into me Mr J F the name will now be T Mr is a and I in He will do the and we fit and All at our store in and see us ing suit 4 Ifottlt fOR A k T 4d R KY Medal at Worlds lion Books Dot Board In fatally about 9a graduates Literary Conm free U SaCred En tor Graduates inriesefaL ugliCw iteeMed to go WisetIpublic iicsion on umy premises 8 smile west ea tk Necieek a my lanfM acres eIte bas hoes two CM srihiaad alt tNUe wlo w4I fssd JHtI wet to a l omfe e erection Alt had 11 u1Ite lit of shoal IS iesk a 811 will alto offer xcoMeam wkMi flow io0p7 in lUcbJ Ky looMed on Ta twoMiktr a o ot aeram ra HM and two Teresa esss kaowi on day otes3s Pot soy My tqitw esad x The demand for the part I injiitli was greater than ever before So rl Ihiffih plain glaze and errides ant rihltoim are aiming the most ribbons Ji p Ilkn for waists in all colors pink cream green blue giay black or Vtc we are loaders Lndien Lumen Skirts at 25c fur two weeks only Ladies 75 and up Our line of Boys Caps is complete Buys Yacht Caps at 24c we belong the Merchants and Scrip which money saved you you trade with Cor St largest Judgment lJ 1Q1 ySaiddweUlngbarn purchaser undersigned possession purchaser GOODS Having taken with Mahler firms 1aMahler practical Tailor Cutter JMitchellschool New York City cutting guarantee workman ship work done Richmond Nobbiest Goods Latest Styles Call before select your Fall ep2in SitHRtrW PHONOGRAPHY TjjfiWrlUig SMITH reiponribtoCOMMERCIAL Awarded Exposition RtIoBlCaetTelegrapllyspeeil6ifiTbeXmtnek7 NoTmeaUoo lyWILBUR PUBLIC a1 FoaIropty Harlag wHloSerat BlcfcmondiKy IN1 Abeattuehoarof weUltBFoo IriatrtJackeisod aod- poto acale11eSeptCBiber otbestlosiiotsInldelauvpoawe usedailsstvshootoraddressMaltcra Ribbpns emillions during ribbons popular jiricesVItivemlrr yellow yardIngandies Special laraaolsat5otll yardBuggy PKpriYesfrom I Remember Consumers Association I means Respectfully yours Main First fla- gDESIRABLE Farm For Sale fail Ssplrato nelbborhood- FERMSTheasiewillbe CHENAULT NEW FIRM NEW partnership aCnS experienced Jacobs Mahler GttKeellslIess WILBUR LEXINGTON SALE OF- Re Fiilij jtiP bbMhjflI Waintlo OWEN MCKEE JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest P rices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and I Frames WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY t IJ forceOnefourth WindowShadesmake all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for 1JO pure Linseed Oil and JWhite Lead at factory prides freight added Largest stock of Picture Framlnir materials in time State we fwm your pictures in uptodate styles for little money Dont forget that you t money V01 dWmlerllP0Sr workmanship and vexatious delnjs Ij having Willging workmen GECX M WILLGING kindsor209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY In Greater Now York there are nearly 100000 tenement ImnxeR 15 to 18a Week Salary for an Intelligent man or woman in each town Permanent position 80 cents per hour for spare time MANUFACTURER Box 78 Philadelphia Pa llsep8 Farm For Sale Time undersigned will sell at pnhlic auction about the hour of 10 oclockm on TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1901 nmlleefromthe Eaerina Oldham farm consisting of 96 acres Thfe hand is fertile well watered near posiofflce churches and echoete and in a desirable neighbor hood Two tenant houses en the place saleForfarm coil on Charles James en the OLDHAMpremisesDissolution Sale o HC Muir Brother Tkiriiay Sift Mtor19 1101 Millspikeatpimbitevehudie4skostfoft 51 MO bqre a Scsbuw beebe IC I NSpood iRlowI go44 oomnbIig aes I west hors jssrhlo eo1tilbroodb Wilkes of pirofpesodM5sod a soerai lot 01 sloe 5espbes ittalt bdgs eshi Meek as- H CHUIR ic BRO 4espI VMtMT MILLS KY Richmond Kentucky I will save A rainfall of one inch nifausn wtVJ of 100 tons to time acre- Dissolution Notice By mutual consent the firm of Leeds Bib rttlugin the painting and wall piper business at same stand on Irvine street LEEDSjsep Blue Grass Farm FOR SALE As executors of G B Million d0 ceased we will on 7 atrday Sept 21 II At JO Oclock A M Sell to the highest arid best bidder tract of land situated 05 the Richmond and Lexington turnpike 0 miles fro Richmond Kyt and conlalnine 3li acres more or l ss Time farm will sklas a whole awl times two trarU time right beiHcreseCved to accept th Iwst bliL If geW in two tracts the W tract to be sold will be time home pl rt of G JJ MilIioHcontaining 142 sC rt 17 acres iavfme remainder in cern The setoAd tract fe known as tltt HWkuhe Wniej and djoJM tract Kfc Uand eMH W 11 acres 100 ncrrt fv VatINS Hlnal attii made known rzt Milll0 Mglit- iifw New Pall 1t J iJancy 4J 1 1 y y Dress tJ l d 1 j Shirts Every Known New Pattern Some DetachedCuffsQtI1 ts Separate Collars and Cuffs Garners Percales at the Unusual Low Price of r k I z LEXINOTON Ir = The WEDNESDAY SEPT 18 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store Cfebtf Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Office over Middletons drug store July 17tf For the next days S i Midkili will otTer his large stock of vehicles at cost 4sep tl So L Midkiff has a splendid line of buggies carriages and other vehicles which ho will sell at cost durng the ex days 4septf fJudle E C Million weighed Sat urday to Messrs J W and L A Ballard 24 1100pound steers bought in June at ic i opened a kindergarten school in the Hobson building Monday Not Sold The splendid farm of Dr John C Miller advertlsedforsale last Saturday was taken down fur want of bidder Jewish Newyear In celebration of Yam Kipper the Jewish New Year the lUg Store shut its doors Friday and remained closed until Monday A 0 U Ws at Stanford Deputy State Organizer IV E Gil kerson organized an A O U W lodge at Stanford last Wednesday night with 31 charter members Not Sold The resitlenc of Mrs C C Smith on Fill h street was offered for sale mat Tuesday but was not old The high est bid made v as 2500 Boggs Sale See notice elsewhere of the rode of The Boggs laud Mr 11 E Turley is fluent and thin valuable property will be bold publicly on Thursday Oct 3 With a large force of skilled mechanics Willging will do your painting and papering in the best style at reasonable price without vexatious delays Mew Pastor At a congregational meeting Sunday Rev Ur W H Dnlge of Jacksonville Fla IIRH receive an unanimous call to the First Presbyterian Chuicli this city Senator Clark III Ex Slate Seimtnr William Clark who was here aft v weeks ago to see his sick sinter Mr J N Culton is seriously ill hlm ell at his home in Jackson county Laity Frost W w MsrshthnCiuciiiriati weather prophet who has been very successful in his prognostications the past year says there will lie early frost and cunwqneut ly an early stockof wall papers are constantly mov ing and new goods being ad ded 3c up to finest handmade Prices guaranted the lowest Removals Mr W II Cnllon has moved to the cottage on Lindell avenue formerly occupied jy Mr Arthur Terrill Mr Terrill has gone back to his fathers near Rogersvillc New Telephone Line Judge C M Kawllngp of Iterea was here Thursday and tells ns that work on the telephone line between Berea and Livingston via hfldie nod Goo way will begin this week For Rent Three brick residences on University Campus in good repair largn yards and gardens stables rater and gas Terms reasonable Apply to augUtf L H PLANTON Practicing Medicine in Lawton A letter from Dr A H Stuart toiMr T S llagan of this city fitateiitttjftibe is now practicing medicine In Lawtofl Oklnhonia A few miles from Ijtwton he hue a valuable claim which ho wilt homestead hate- rRemember Willging makes all kind of paints fotall kinds of painting Baru Paint SOc a gallonto the finest paint made His prices are the lowest con- Sistent with Try him BirtMy Party The Young Ladies Missiowary Socirty of the BaptUt church will Jive a birth day party la Ike rf Uwt nfterBoe ami feflr ing September por hilly iorited toMtwd B taUhI i 95C lllfltBlOS Tfl ERS Richmond Climax IKindergarten fa- llWillgingslarge goodmaterials becisewt- chlurcliSatflrdar 2LJlheptahUcH Lpsnniorejr iAMr Phil Arhuckle of Silver Creek sold to J W Bell of Topeka Kansas a flue bay two year old sired by Lynn Boyd out of a Black Squirrel mare Price lirivate Still Deadlocked The public school at Ford did not commence Monday as was intended The Board is still deadlocked over the election of a teacher for the primary department Winchester Democrat Gees With the Dig Store Mr John Taylor formerly with tho Thurman Grocery Co has accepted a clerkship with thoBig Store Mr John Thurman of Evansville lull will succeed Mr Taylor as salesman m Thurmans A Fortune far Our Charlie A Lexington diipilili as that lion Char a J UronMoii roiuriud last week f mm Texas where Tile hold the land belonging to hill wife in tile LWau moot Oil Fields to an cnslenreyudicate for 380000 Store to be Rebuilt Messrs Benton and Shelton will re build the store house at Union City occupied by Wells Bros and which burned last week Only a few days be fore the fire these gentlemen purchased the property from J M Risk For Salo or Rent I have for sale or rent two houses and Iota at Kingston lliis count also for sale one fllfln containing 7Q acres or more one mile west of Kingston For particulars address I8sep4t MRS JANE GILMORE Moved to Town Mr WO Powell and family of Red House have moved into one Dr G W Evans cottages on Water street until they can get possession of Mrs A T Millions property on North street which they have rented for the year 11KI2 WilIging makes to order all kinds of window shades His stockon hand in large and varied from JO J5 20 25 and on up in prices Encouraging Opening Walters Collfgiate Institute with Prof G M Edgar principal opened Monday with an encouraging attend IUltf4The friends of the institution are hopeful of the outlook and believe that each week will eee tho enrollment enlarged Estray Heiler A small red heifer with a few white spots on boIy came to my place about three moots ago and lisa since been eared for by me Owner can have saute hy paying charges JOE BUSII teptlS liu Richmond Ky Banks Will Close III observance of the proclamation of President Roosevelt Governor Beck hum and Mayor Smith the banks and other business houses will be closed to morrow as H mark of respect to the memoryofiliedeceaedPrcaidentwboseobsequies Strayed Front my place near College Hill on the night of September 8 a gray horse about 15 hands high with sore on shoulder caused from saddle Any information concerning this animal will bb greatly appreciated It C COMBS 18sep2t ollegiIill Ky Auspicious Opening Tim opening of Central University L Kentucky at Danville Monday morning was very auspicious and the proxptcis art good for the largest bchoul there since the war Iya dis patch There woie 150 student in the chapel a large number of whom are new men Bluo Ribbon Galore Master Charles Dunn soil of Bud Dunn of Whites Station who showed WA Langfurda fine stallion at the London and Burbourville fairs cap tured srveu blue and one redribbon outof eiubtexliibiis which is a record hard to beat At the Barbourville fair he also took tire premium aa lie chaui f piou boy rider Fuads Raised lo Fijht the Caw The patrons of the cOlored graded school who are opposed to Pro Baa sell as principal wet at Iticeij Hall oil Irvine yreet last Monday Vfttht and made a Mrone ffjf tto raHt lautecarry Prof Jim Whites iiiteet ease to the Court of AppeHls Prowecpof tile participants it was learned thai only about 10 WPS fiubscribed B rrY hfaalc PerriH Tht primary held Saturday to select fur MaittratR 111fodlrtwaeat Clpt Tom Ferrillby a nuijor- ity ut 45 MrBerry Is good Dfwocret a gplowOU citizen Hid will wwtfe a iniHfel llMtfcer KI Cisn iw NlItlitlt will Iw nl4 csiifate tor UiH4lrt It UNion JH the baanr- diis ood1trf tofttlirt bir JJriJ ccpO S prC Beauties or All JtJ We have the best flower that can be produced Our Floral Decorations are beauties VWepossess end practice the necrmn ry KNOW now mar ranging Each order Att receives tent1n our personal at J JlJHENRY L PERRY Agt c Bells Flowers go Everywhere Dr ll bson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf Notice I wish to notify the public that after this date I will do no more crediting as I pay cash and it takes cash to runthe business Please dont ask it Respectfully septll4t EBEKRV Electric Light Shakeup There has been a shake up in the personnel of the Electric Light Co and as a result Mr E W Kugg for the past two years Superintendent loses out as does also Mr Jesse Kennedy son of Mr J H Kennedy who was employed as lineman Mr Itugg will it is said return to Cincinnati his for wer home whileMr Kennedy has we understand secured a position with one of the independent telephone com panies Fine Sheep Mr J W Smith of the firm of Smith Powell has returned from Canada whore lie purchased two purebred Southdown rams paying 100 a piece for them They were on exhibition here Saturday and attracted much attention being pronounced by compet ent jndges MS fine as were over seen in this section Messrs Smith Powell will place them at the head of their magnificent herd which is alreaJy one of the finest In America Serious Accident Rev J Q A Vaught formerly pas tor of the Methodist church this city met with a serious accident last week While driving from Paris to Carlisle his horse took fright and ran away Hev Vaught was thrown out of the buggy receiving serious injuries his throat being cut on both sides necessi tating several stitches and his breast badly bruised At last reports his con dillon was considered critical A Mr Alexander who was riding with him had his arm broken Lancaster in the Fashion School troubles are not confined io Kicliinoml alone There are others as the following dispatch from Lancaster to lire Cincinnati Post will show When the colored School opened both Profs Mingo and Royston were present ach claiming to be the legal principal and holding a certificate Tire children were ignorant as to whom to obey and pandemonium prevailed until adjournment Ming was arrest ed for disturbing the school The controversy will probably be carried to the courts We Rise to Protest Jack Buckner better known as Umbrella Jack says he has beer of fered a bonus to remove to Danville and as everybody and everything else is headed that way lie too may bundle up bag and baggage and etc igrate to Little Britain Now this is more than we can stand It was ball enough tociveup the revenue office it was heartrending to see our University carted away but when it comes to tak ing our only umbrella factory we draw the line and right here wish to register a vigorous kick Work Per All There is absolutely no excuse for a man to clay the loafer here now antI compain he cannot get work to do In addition to the large force needed at the barrel factory and the demand for help on the repairs at the court home and the construction of other build jogs we notice this week a flaming ad vertisement of Men Wanted to work on the locks at Valley View twelve wiles below here The pay ollered is S168 a day with very reasonable charges for board which is a long waysbeiter than many of your town dutIes get Indicted lor Trespass Like Banquos ghost the colored traded school muddle will not down The grand jury before adjourned Wed nesday afternoon indicted Prof James White the Republican claimant of the principalship for trespass alleging that on the opening day of this school ho interfered with the work by setting up a rival claim White Will placed under arrest and lield under S200 bond for appearance at his trial Friday before Judge Scott LATER The case was called but continued until the December term Marble Works Damaged by Fire Fire last Tuesday night badly dam aged tho Madison Monumental Works ovned by Hamilton Jackson on East Main street this city Tie blpze which caught from the inside when discovered about 12 oclock was rapid ly eating its way through the east wall The large stock of tombstones and monuments was fO badly blackened bv smoke so as to render them valueless The origin of the fire is a mystery but It is believed to have been incendiary as a jug partly filled with coal oil ill said to have been found near where the blaze started Hamilton A Jackson estimate their loss at 2000 with lCOO insurance The damage to the build ing was slight and fully covered by insurance Mrs Akers Chseu Over several other well qualified applicants the Board ol Education at its regular monthly meeting last Tuesday night elected Mrs J T Akers as an extra teacher in the primy depart ment of Caldwell High 1thich by reason of increased attendance IB too larjEQ for one teaher to manago Part of the grade will be taught three hours ill the foreuoon by Hias Len- aStiVersaridlh4e3 three hours in the afternoon by Mffc Akers The selection of Krs Akers1 aa Mnwcal In structor VM also ratified Th new member of f lie facility is the widow of the late lamented Pxof LT Akers for years teacher ol EnglNU in Central University au4 Ja la every wa spt- eidldlyqalld foftbaaatte of lwcHr poeitlott Hr kctRi w a ootupU ruf atto her abUitf and aaurea o- fIMtkzratlo htDaattriua HATStt I 7 15r S1IAIS 50 HATS 75 i HATS 100 HATSl50 HATS 200 J 1 HATS 250 etjHATS 300 50Di HATS 40i HATS 500 i Our System Of buying Hats in immense lots direct from the Iargest manufacturers enables us to compete in Qhty9 Style IAND Price With any store in Kentucky Covliigtoii Bunks OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS J J J jf Room lor Improvement The Richmond opera house has been sold and it is salt will be improved The Record trusts the latter statement is true because it will enable the local management to get better troupes for the Lancaster opera house if they can show in Richmond As it now is tile companies say they have to make toe long jumps to get here Lancaster Record Export Cattle Judge John D Goodloe of Whites Station sold t Jonas Wiel his entiie lot of 70 cattle Including a yoke of tilt oxen at 5 cents all round rliirty six of these were dehverel last Satuiday and they averaged 1305 pounds The remainder willgojhe latter part of the month and will average up with then Mr Wiel she bought of T S liurnam of Silver Crek 108 head at 5 cents fir delivery in October Gone to Bring the Fujllive Back Armed with tilt necessary requisition papers Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill left hero Tuesday morning for Fresno Cal jifornia to bring back to Kentucky for trials A L Kirby who is wanted for the murder of a man named Groves at Berea this county twelve years ago mention of which was made in our last issue Sheriff Colyer on Wednesuay received a telegram from the California authorities stating that Kirby had agreed to return to Kentucky and himself up provided he Sheriff ColerI would consent to lila release by the Cat ifornia officers Fearing however this was only a skillfully planned ruse Sheriff Colyer wired he would come for the prisoner and ere this Kirby is on his way back to face his accusers New Power House The Electric Light Company will soon have competition On Friday last the Richmond Water Light Co awarded to Messrs N B Turnm and Sam Rice of this city the contract for the erection of a new power house to bansed for their elpctuc light plant The new structure which will be situat ed on the site of the old gas house on East Main St just east of Zarings mill will cost 5000 and nut only contain room for the enlilleb anti dynam but display room offices Ac It will be two stories built of brick with stone trim minvs and bo quite an ornament to that part of the city The machinery fixtures c will cost an additional 10 000 Work on the plant was begun Monday and it will bo pushed rapidly to completion Judge Haggard Suicides J udge Rodney Haggard committed suicide early Saturday morning at his home in Winchester by blowing his brains out with a revolver His body partly clothed was found several hours later by his wife Business troubles are supposed to have been tho cause of the rash act Judge Haggard was ouo of the most prominent lawyers and politicians in Central Kentucky sad was well known here He was for two terms Ccanty Judge of Clarkrepre sent a ida district in the State Seuate And was a candidate for the Democratic nomination fOr Congress in the Tenth districUa 1600 He was an cx Coated erateT ei ga member of the Sevenths Kentucky Cavalry Cole Walter Clietl ault of tItle eettttty co +nandiiix lie was also a Rk That the act was pre Bieditatcd hi evident fri tJ1Hatt that lie mada hW will 11ti Jay before te qpethnM jr W prepwrtjr 0 hSife The bisrLLl took platte tutiv under tiieusof the ifaetatI Sd jlkLC Doty Sale As administrators of the late Boyle Doty Messrs J Stone Walker and Arch Doty will on Saturday October 5 sell publicly the farm stock and household effects of the deceased See notice elsewhere Opera House Renovated Wiggins Brothers who recently pur chased White Bushs opera house have had it renovated repainted and lighted throughout with electricity and propose to give tho amusementloving public of Richmond some first class attraction the coming season Their first show was booked for last night and judging from the advatscejale of tickets the performance was well at tended Thieves Some sneak thief or theives entered the barn of Misses Pattie and Ann Deatlierage Saturday night and stole about 15 bushels of wheat in sacks That they were very bold in their de predations is shown by the fact that they druvea wagon up to the barnand without fear of detection loaded up their booty They also invaded the corn field of J S Collins nearby and helped themselves to several bushels of roasting ears Officers here were promptly nolilied of the theft and made a fruitless search Sunday for the rogues The only clue to their identity and it is a vague oneis two empty sacks found near the barn which the thieves can have by calling and identi fying same New Oil Company to Develop Madison County Oil Fields The Berea Oil and Gas Co is the latest organization formed for the development of the oil fields of MadiI- son county This company has secured leases on upwards of C 000 acres of land in the vicinity of West Union four miles West of Berea is now pre paring articles of incorporation which will bo filed in a few days with the Secretary of State at Frankfort The capital stock will be25000and Messrs C M Rawlings and W E Higginbot ham of Berea and John F White and W S Huiiley of Richmond are the leading stockholders A Pennsylvania expert has visited the locality covered by the leases and from the surface in dications which lie pronounced as flue as he evor saw lie is convinced that oil in paying quantities will be struck The stockholders of the company are very much encouraged over the pros peels Teacher Sues School Trustees orSalary Miss Eddie Whitlock has resigned the principalship of the public school at High Point and thereby hangs a tale A couple of weeks ago Miss Whitlock compelled to chastise an insubordinate boy pupil Complaint of the matter was made hy the boys parents to the Trustees who it is charged made some Unfavorable criticism of Miss Whitlockunder this pressure of which slur resigned Miss Effie crlvner was af Once elected teacher This hasty action it sec ins displeased many of the patroqs who to the num her of a half hundred petitioned that rites Whitlock rcinstated as also had pHIl done her duty The district tMaU torn up over the affair Mws claims that show forced ttooMgii intimidation to resign sat has- euagtd an attorney tPi sue the diatrki forth tell five woetbeaalry Him WhitUc4t was educated at the tiOe1hgs1axhagtonandis taebas WlIiad w ItIass IDiiiltbah- hh ba J psrasitat4 DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING BAGRAIN8 fl0A8H BUYERS THE 8USY QE ULL CASH STOHl Has decided to throw their entire stock merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with Out prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were S15 and S18 are now S9 to Sl1 Suits that were S10 to 1250 are now 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to SO are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and Childrens suits and pants have beet cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them Wheu we say half price we dont exaggerate Call and see for yourselves dont take our word for it Bring your boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay with us long at these prices We mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as Uia stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help IL We are 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 this spring andsummer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for monthsto come we are very respt W D OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Flew the Track Hon E Tutt Burnam has written a letter to Chairman McCHntock of the Republican County Committee stating that he was not a candidate for County Attorney before the Convention mid would not be now We understand that W C Hendren nominated for County Clerk has also flow the tinck At this rate by the time the election mines olf the Democratic nominees will have no opposition at nil Major Harris Critically III lIon John D Harris exState Senator and former candidate for this Democratic nomination for Governor is critically ill at his country home Blythe wood and lila condition is arpusing the gravest appreKensiotis among his friends About two weeks ago he had an operation performed in Louisville for kidney trouble and returning home suffered a relapse His physicians pronounce him a very sick man His daughters Mrs 8 11 stone of Louisville and Mrs CM Clay of Paris have been summoned and are at his bedside Senator Harris is71 years old and on account of his ago grave fears are felt as to the result of his illness Memorial Service A memorial service to honor the memory of President McKinley will be held in the Christian Church tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock It will be a meeting representative of the citizenship of Richmond and Madison county The city authorities and the various fraternal orders will attend in a body Appropriate music will be rendered including The Dead March InI Saul Nearer my God toThol and the Tresidcnts favorite hymn Lead Kindly Light The following gentle men will speak ExGov McCreary Hon W B Smith Col Caperton Maj Burnam Hon J A Sullivan Mr 11 Bush Mayor Smith DrJ M Poyntz Dr Barbour Dr Ryalls Rev II W Turner and Rev Hugh McLellan Printed programs will be u edin the service Circuit Court Adjourns Circuit Court adjourned yesterday Yter a two weeks term The petit fury was discharged Monday afternoon The session was nereseat ily abbreviat ed by the improvements being Iliad on the court house and many cases set for thw term were passed until Decem her Frank Gay against Beren IrfhecRSeOf oo libel for the pnblica tioa and circulation of an alleged lsbaloaa article which appeared iii tIll B rea Citizen a paper published under DM aqpic 9 of Bete College Yae JMHM iErWay The ctofeBdanle filed aer Ui he suit aeUiiig itiHtittij t iI3g estetlmssfleel To Ori We tNMij tiff demurred taking tM ptaikn that In cum otlih l the tthd bhl ast up 110 LtSfl mUilftmtirrf cJrsUtil stances without jxllezing the truth set forth in libel The case was continued The case of Prof James White charged with trespass was also passed Breck Walkerccolnrcd was convict ed of honsebieaking in two cases and given Jive years in one case and three years in the other Ada E tes the white woman who confused to being an accomplice of Walker in breaking into and robbing Thomas Andersonn dairy was let off with a two year sen lessee She is tho tirst white woman so far as we can ascertain ever sent to the State prison from Madison county For keeping a disorderly house in Chicago Murray White Cain White America White and Nannie Bush all colored were sent tojail the men to serve out a fine of 50 each and the women a fine of 20 each A batch of negro crap shooters were mulcted to the tune of 20 eaeh e Twenty lour Precincts Judge Scott yesterday decided that there are 24 instead of 20 voting precincts in the county and that polls would be opened accordingly MATRIMONIALVinTERhtonusMr and Miss Julia lihodus both of the Silver Creek section were married last ThursdayAZIIILLCREWSMr Albin Azbill and Miss Matilda Crews both of the Red Lick locality were married at the brides home Sunday NoKTOSBoxsY Mr Altle Norton a young cigar maker employed by the Central Kentucky Cigar Co of this city and M Cleva Bonny daughter of Jno T Bonny were married here last Wednesday PAI IEKSANDIFER The Cincinnati Enquirer announces the marriage uf Miss Mary Sandifer of Covingtou to Mr John R Palmer of Georgetown The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr J P Sandifer lormerly of Lan caster WtrtUouunvCnawsMr Carl Wil louihby son of Talton Willonghby E qofthe College lull locality and Miss Maud Crews the pretty eighteen year old laughter of Afred Crews were united in marriage last Wednesday at brides home in the east end of the lithe McCovirriiKRLANi Mr J IL Mc Coy cooper at ono of the btg distiller ice at Tyrone Anderson county and Miss Lalu Sutherland a pretty young lady of tIle sa we placeram0 here Wed tuesdayf55 t hIt noon traits artd were quietly married ly flyv J W Mcttiw veyia theparlorsol Mudisos IiwlilHtu Sidfi yf A list nil la k ttcliew seaua- 1Iyetbtp Ior D Wkttss J1cta4 Gets Their iHetit In ko4 qt4e 8Mf aa ut tHeaU Iic ass hi- tW Collins buiWIwr K LlfuU Q h1Ai tp Art t if1v 7 he average rise and fall of the tides at Panama is two ftet DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindijin particulars as I may be able to help you Address J MN Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec Iv More than 7000 people earn a living by fishing in the Miwiwippi river Never Knew Pals Killer to Fail before what can be the matter Where is the bolllr There I thought so- 1t is not Perry Davis Pain Killer at all but something the drugclst must have made himself and I lilt not notire it I have used Pain Kilter for years for diarrhoea cramps and stomach aches and it never failed The Univemty of Oxford was found ed by Alfred the Great in 881 Ifrh signature Is on every box of the genuine Laxative BroraoQuimne Tabieti- lho remedy that cures n COld Sn ODe day III Spain nearly 1000000 women work in the fields as day laborers TO OT7SS A COLD IN ONE DAY Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money iMl fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Fowls are now plucked by pneumatic air devices The Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousand of the Imidest kind of work has begun the enewa of which is a mental and phy sical strain to all except the most rug gust The little girl that a few days ago had roses inher cheeks and the little boywhose lips were then so red you haveinsiated that they had been kinsed by strawberries have already lost something of the appearance of health Now isa time when many children should be given a tonic which may avert much serious trouble and wn know of no oilier so highly to be recommended as HoodV Sprsaparilla which strengthens the nerves perfects digestion and asciuiilalion and aids mental development by building up the whole system lleeplni The 1901 salmon pack will be the largest in history HUITatter SaUIlheam aaU Kc The latwwe kchiBg MId ieel danttothie diseases is iustautly allayed applying Cbraberlaias Eye aad1by Oiateaent Many very bad a es MeR permanently cured by it It ia Tjally efficient for itcliihgpiJcsand I iiverite remedy fqr sore Hippke isfeappad hands chUWdaa frost bites cbroAic sore eyas 23 eta pet box Dr CwWfoB P w4erR we i wt what a one aels whes haNd ecMdWw Tonic Mo d ywttfer aad wrtnifnce nor are Mt too A bat OMdkiaaiMltiMbMi b aa kora la lucia oondHlMi JMSTW psiai p p SOMSTHINO NEW They cure diHulmjf hair fallinij ntad ache etc costs this same as an ordinary 11 rub Dr Whites Electric Comb VIse only patented Comb in this world People everywhere it hiss been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and this comb lots rest This wonder ful comb is simply unbreakable and in made so that it IK absolutely imyxwjififc to break or cut the hall S4ild on a wri ten guarantee to give perfect salisfac thou in erery respect Stil stamps fur one Ladles size 60c ieuts size Sot Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce this article Sells on sight AgejiSs are wild with stirrers See wantwl Il in this paper Ad dress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Jpcltnr Illinois 27fel lyr Wireless telegraph stations are be jug established all along the gulf of St Lawrence shot din a Draught With my coat off and raiiuht this wietched cod says the sufferer He need not pay a heavy penalty if he follow his act of folly an set of wis dom Soak the feet in hot water with a few leaspoonfiful Perry Davis Pain Killer in it Take n teaspoonful of Pain- Killer in hot sweetened water at bed time and be thankful for so simple and speedy a way to break up a cold Jarrow wood a product of Australia Is the only known wood that insects will not attack Stops tho Couch arc Works off the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents It has become the fashion among wealthy Germans to ride nothing but Americanmade bicycles Free New 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firms given prompt attention PR YHDSAYl ES SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr CINCINNA TI FALL FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER J628 I CRESCENT QUEEN ROU- TEEXCURSION RATE TO THE QUEEN CITY Greatest Attractions Ever Offered Floral Pageant Night Parade Industrial Parade Sacred Concerts Park Fetes Midway Fireworks Etc Etc t tv j Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars J General Manager CINCINNATI OHIO Gen Pass Agt C E SMITH Pres F E BAiRD Sec and TreasJ 1ft M WARE General Manager J C Tis Jinn Biuuly k Sonty Co JIncorporated f 1 Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT I On the Markettv4r 1 w J The BEST because 0 = will make you the Most Money Polish w It is BEST because fthere is no high ratio 3 for 1 business on our jBooks It t W reqjires LESS money to com c1plcte an Investment in liThe Jeffer i3+ son than in any other Company + f + + i J virtuallyft1 ttJ A trial will priivo the wisdom ot sn Investment In The ersontc1IOME OFIGE c No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY QL C r OEQAN12SD 1866 GEO W MOBEIS Pres WW lUTE Vice Pres TBBMUTUAL ure 1NftAN E 001 OF KENTUCKY IncJ Home Office Louisville Ky David Merrlwetber Secy Joe Pettwi Treai- JajDHteadman Medical Director lltnryAHodge 8upLAgesc1eIXtHLC7 Admitted Assets Dee 31 JWO t301S714 38 bnBPLUS Dee 31 191598 it- Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income tor 1800 77 5J754 ilspenIIturesfor1OO 60las3M BICCBS Income over ezptmlittirea- jfr 17IM1 M IiisMrasce Ii Fwce iecenkr 31 19III l4SeS f isH KENNEDY Special Agent mayflRICHMOND KY u LAND STOCK AND CROP Sid Hart lIftS purchased in 1 nth county a lot of feeding cattle ft 4c Mt Sterling Gazette Falesfof a lot of corn at 350 a barrel and jv bunch of fat hogs at 575 are uoted by the Glasgow firms The Winchester Democrat eays Thos 0 Robinson raid to W M Robb two fine Shorthorn heifers for six hundred dollars AtIndlannpolls last week fat porkers old at 7 and at Kansas City 6 65 This Is tltn highest price nuked since 1893 when hogs wore quoted at Indian apolis at 710 Mr Clarence Vanarsdall got 15 pounds of grapes from onu vine from which ho made 12 gallons of wine The vine is CO feet fqnare and thu variety is the hite Martha Harrodsburg Democrat William C Whitney Is considering options on eight farms in nil about 2500 acres six miles east of Lexington at a total price of about 200000 If bought they will be combined into a breeding farm II W Bowman sold 40 hogs that averaged about 175 pounds to J C Johnson at 330 111 Dunn sold to Fox Logan six mules for SOOQ He also sold to J C Johnson 35 hogs at 5c Danville News Tho Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat notes the sales of twenty lots of export cattle a total of 1501 head weighing from 1400 to 1500 Ibs Most of them brought 5 to 51 cts although a few of inferior quality sold for 41 and 43 cts Most of them were purchased by Jonas Weil and Louis Joseph At Sim Slaughters and R D Browns sale Saturday 250 sheep sold for 210 15 horses at from 10 to 75 20 cow- sS151o35hogs 5Jc A field of corn was withdrawn at 210 per barrel The Tip Bruce farm containing 115 acres on the Perryville pike has been sold to G W Dugan for Mrs Roberts at 70 per acre Danville Advocate- At the sale of Mrs S S Bell on the 30th of August Shorthorn cows sold from 115 to 22750 per head heifers 50 to 31 25 yearling bull GO C5lb shoats averaged 345 per head mountain owes CO head 100 per head tim othy hay H tons to stack 17 per stack horses from 50 to 125 corn 16 to20 per acre ground rented until 1st of March at 125 per acre Paris Kentuckian With the coming of the wheatsowin season the everrecurring issue of the Hessian fly pest again presents itself In a bulletin just issued Professor Roberts of Cornell University advised all wheatfanners everywhere to sow decoystrips of wheat around their fields In many sections this recom mendation so simple as to appear absurd was carried out with most sur prising results W II Shanks sold to T C Rankin a pair of mules for 150MSilas Ander son sold to E P Woods 20 950 pound cattle at 3cLutes Co contracted to feed 100 hogs for C It Carson at 5c Feed is very scarce but the crab grass crop is the best in years Isaiah White sold to Sti all Bros a nineton rick of clover hay for 97 J C Hays bought a bunch of hogs at 4 jo and sold them at 5c last week Stanford Journal After January 1st the shipper who has but one load of cattle or hogs for the market will be unable to get a return pass The railroads have decided to abolish this custom which lias been in vogue for year nnd make it necrssary to have at least two cars to obtain a re turn pass If the shipper has live cars he may get two return passes and fort eleven cars three return passes Not more than three passes will be issued no matter how many cars are shipped Eggs may be preserved for as long as 12 months by excluding them from the air One of the cleanest and easiest methods of doing this is to pack them with the small end downward in clean p dry salt in barrels or tubs and tot place them in a cool and dry situation Eggs fqr keeping should never be laid I on their sides and when kept in the air should be occasionally turned to prevent the yolk attaching itself to the side instead of floating in the albumen Another way of reserving eggs is by coating them with silicate of soda We have hardly ever known as good grass at t this season of the year as is now spread over our pastures and fields In the opinion of many farmers this extraordinary abundance of blue grass will fully make up any deficiency in the corn crop Whenever there is not a deep snow calves and colts can thrive on blue grass better than on fodder OF than almost any other feed We know farmers who have turned out their colts and horses and never gave them any other feed than grass all winter and they came out in fine condition in the spring Lexington Gazette The statistics of the strikes in France for June have just been published In all thin month gave birth to 57 while the total for the first six months of the year was 206 The same period in 1900 yielded 475 which shows an agreeable falling off in the discontent of the work ing classes AFTER MANY YEARS lIIissMinniea complete cure result from the use ofi Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is such cure as this which establish the sound ness of Dr Pierce theoryto Disease which originate in the stomach must throughthe organdependson stomach for it igorForach and its IISso dated organs of digestion and an food which is eaten is converted into nu trimeat which in the form of blood ia the sustaining power the body and each organ of thestomach sueplycut down the or gans are starved and the weakness of heartlivereryIUftSorgans of digestion and oludso cures disease of other orsas which haveoriginatedtJlroughclei Mutri or tood trovWetwuty1m xna Aveuue lit L04I IMHlJ taswd with a aumbrr oIatIIt pby ow4Go14nt loiPIrIeteoidsaadJlectriowre ccfJ1CtIIe4 n 1l tf b1i9q Some Reasons Why You Should Inwrf on Havm EUREKA HARNESS OilUnequaled by any other Renders leather soft preparedKeeps A heavy bodied oil HARNESSAn t Reduces cost of your harness Never burns the leather its Efficiency is increased Secures best service Stitches kept from breaking OILIssoldinnU Localities Mftnncrnmibr Standard Oil Company L J- L Married Under Difficulties Charles Hill of Morgan county was married Wednesday to a beautiful Perry county girl but he was married under embarrassing circumstances lIe was going to tho homo of his bride tobe on horseback nil dressed for the ceremony When he passed the home of Rand Benson and wifeon the Hazard and Grapevine Creek road he heard the couple quarreling and saw Benson use a whip on his better half Hill hurriedly dismounted and pre ceeded forcibly to object by seizing the husband and throwing him out of the house Mrs Benson enraged by such treatment of her liege lord retaliated by throwing a crock of buttermilk all overHfll The wedding suit was soaked and as Hill rushed for his horse the Benson dog attacked him from the rear succeeding in securing one long tall of a newly bought broadcloth coat Reach ing the home of his intended Hill tried to postpone the ceremony until he could procure a change of clothing but the girl demurred and the couple were married with the bridegroom looking much the worse for wear Jackson Hustler prescribinJKodollug found that it is the bet prescrip tion they can write because it is the one preparation which contains the elements necessary to digest not only some kinds of food but nil kind anti it therefore cures indigestion and dyspep sia no matter what its cause Perry Thomas The official final censusreturns show the population of France to bo 38G41 333 an increase in the last five years of 412364 The ii crease is mainly in urban eentersINorris North Stratford N II I purchased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure when suffering with a cough doctors told me was Incnirnble One bottle relieved me the second and third almost cured To t1a I am a well man Perry Thomas Belgian newspapers are discussing the question whether a woman has a right to smoke in a railway carriage reserved for women Dont wait until yon become chroni cally constipated but take DeWitfs Little Early Risers now and then They will keep your liver and bowels in good order Easy to take Safe pills Perry Thomas Within the last twelve years the number of resident foreigners in Swit zeiland has increased by 165000 the total number now being 385000 sayshocould obtain no relief until DeWitta Witch hazel Salve effected a permanent cure Counterfoils are worthless Perry Thomas VALLEY VIEW From the ArcentI Born to the wife of Edward Fother jill August 27th a boy A D Goosey and family have moved into their new residence on Maui streetSam Clark son of Mr and Mrs John Clark has joined the regular armySSanders 0 Johns Depury Sherifl has forwarded his resignation to Sheriff H H Colyer Otha Masters the sixlyearold son of Mr Charles Masters died Tuesday night of pneumonia A Lexington base ball team walloped the Valley View Invincibles iast Sun day by the score of 13 to 5 William Howard exchanged one house and lot in Valley View to Mrs Emily Kidwell for thirty acres of land in the Si loam locality Tho small child of Mr and Mrs Elza D Cosby while attempting to walk across the floor fell and sustained a fracture in the left forearm I Dr LR Gordon leaves to day for New York where he will take aPost Graduate Course in medicine He will return in about eight weeks to resume his large practice Rev J N Isou began a ten days Methodist meeting here Wednesday It will be conducted by three young men under their own tent Everybody invited It is probable that a Methodist church will be erectedat this place A Rival to Mammoth Cave A Burgin Ky dispatch says The huge cave recently discovered In the cliffs of DIx river a few miles east of here by Walter Hicks has proved to be an enormous cavern A party of explorers has just penetrated its various subterranean chambers for several miles back from the River front and articles found therein show that it was ill nil probability the rendezvous of brigands and road agents About a half mile from the entrance there is a chamber in which ashes and other things were found strongly indi cating that monshiners had been using the cave not long since Further ex plorations aro being made and it ia thought by all that it will prove to be a second Mammoth Cave Already the party of explorers has named it Little Mammoth The entrance is on the Garrard county side of the river about half way up from the river bed and is ahrfost wholly concealed by thick Isbrnlibery There are at least theeyajetIg of dogs that never bark tle Australian dog the Egyptian fh l brddoll and the Jion headed dog of Thibet In a single year the French poUch expelled over 4OMlprtIIfa 018 from France Of iUM rabout 150 war paniard Jl3JMKfcBr 5411 Pi Ger maD 0 In the M aittao1 tbe Monks cw the const f M edo ii tMe are 26 wOBMterie The jiave M a rdkII- tbeniale MX Mid o wontn Is wtlowed crow bantera JQh1itywM iie ft1Qtv power ou the Swodiohrsilwiy pystctu i 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