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Fi II 1r I fcft i m THERICIIMOND i CLIMAXrre tJ J l fOLUMESB RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1901 NUMBER 18 PROFESSIONAL OARDS ArroI1Ts RW MILLER AiosTAl RICHMOND KBHTOCTT omce it the Honiara Building next door to National Dank rebiMy arinera JA S rIV ATTORN EYATLA w RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust cOop positti tjonrt house on Main treet j 0 D M OHKNAOLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYRICH IfNn Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AltoimeyatLawBIC- IWOSD XETv ltv trSOffit over Taylor Broa Store JCKSON ROBERTS ATTORYR AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY office over Thurman O2crrl Companya PETSI01ANS S DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEOKS KENTUCKY RICHMOND ihr oe Ccilin building iS SInd so Sec ndSwcel oe White old drucitore CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty itOni e at mytitable on corner First and Water Streets Ky apr7ly lIeG JASPER M D Medicine and Sur cry Ofhce Prathcr Building Main Street 1elerhone at re CArr place Kirnxoxo KENTUCKY EVANS M D GW PHYSICIAN AND SbEaKoN RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STOOrERT Dc OaWxt k- DE2TI3T tQnSQ OP LoDISVItLK KY aOffice next door to Government Building RIchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 111 to 4 novl71y DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon- Welnesday Oct 9 Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us J when you give us a trial TIB- jBD ffin Jm ID ta- mD1nDP IDjln11Un The ladies cannot be decei ed by catchy phiases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy ill the best markets of the world select the la youbuythe latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with Wnit AND Gibson1 I ari agent for the Page Wire Fence And will sen any amount wanted Keepxar loads ou hand at all tit eg Also pure bred Da rock Jersey Hogs for sale Klrkavl1leK7 VILEYTHE cTdEORM- akes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material 8hape and finish hi Karinents are unsnrpiiseed He has just received an elegant lot of c 1MQ RT rABRI From New York andi1aires to Bsake you an up to dnta SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts pcrioiwlly all the clothes his house turns oat He is easily the equal of Wateb Wlater Gr any tailor went of New Y9rkV s bbTRY HIM f 1 f11 w SVILE1i MAIN ST LIXfXY1St ebb rrrJEWELRY The largest stock In central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR30GAERTSttore For repairing SplitSecond and t+ Watches also i 3 Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workinen I also rnakn a specialty of MEtALS DesigningHave you Seen ofBryantimes My Motto Is RELIABLE GOODS AND PAuL DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 87 E Y13leblyJAPANESE it New and CeUPlOstTOntll8 of eyer7 Iatnro with the knife or JC painful ma resulUnj In this terriWo Ouarantee In bencnurocelTwl vj miL JAPANESE UUO 1 irrtaie jrrent LIVER snd to take Doses 25 eenliapaueco 1ila For sale by iI tay Fee Will NEAR be floral We our and RICHMOND e W old me mense show We Fall for 4 pSOUTtfflRIi per and in PERRY buying get V1 ITjantf LEEDS RfllLMY UN XENTUCK tattiwt Sod a e tffnt 11 uao ASTDOnioi Nal N xilNoS Lv Louisville 1sam P7pAr Shelt jTlllej 910am atn 806pm- AT I Teneebfc 9tCam tLf pin eC6pm- oAr Vena1I1e 1018am e 7paj tawpm oAr Lezlngton Ioeam IIn la3pix WE3TDOUKD NO a N01 N04 Lv Lexinston7Jam 4Zi5pn 15- Versailles ZMam SCpm isaam Az Lareneebg IUnm 1i3P1D MmSbelbyville 8IOam Ilprn tL30am Ar LouUrllle liawaml 74tfpm TMara LAWrS0UND WLSThOWD leo i3ctNo1a No itUINo Ar iiiii111IITATI II3Opm IIOara- flspmllo 44Oprn 7OBm L 4pm T10am- USTJIOUlfD WBBTsOU- Na1qoWto61 STATTOaI 1itTM OOiiiii 74bam1LT LoulTII Ar lo4Om1 TCOpm- LJIpm l4Iam ry SbelbUArUOam 6i5pui LvVersllr Ar 7Nam fOepm- WPIOIIIiOBm AsMJc2way Lv T3Oa L4pm- T4OncI1L59tAT Georstn Lf TSOaM 3lO- pIABonaa W8TBOUNA- o tO 501IITATIO tN lLtNoZ- 74kiD AriO4kIB 740p- sl2rm tL50pm VeraUes Ar 7seBIfl 5oepm- UCl6m1JIpm Ar NleblUI Ar 8118tuB pm- J1Rpm 5pn Ar RlcblBnd Lv kIB Jlvpm- 106pm Ar nIne LY La IL No Lor rrATIOff8I 7wsm TPAr Iem IJOpm 718 74iam- Jir ArlilllltopmArS4YBLDftb Ar Jaetesaarillo etam tT Cattanoog9E iiiAr AUaau llm12 1tT1l4liam e3Opl IL4Iiam Ns 2 IUJIIC Bar Loelellils to Bit Risba md aaau Ua treeoMernlloaeHkxYw I LeIISCIHCNo obIerYO dr SM LEigtae it LqIivII4ee CH BIratcH w- TILzft0I 11i1e la liBaE3MIhnhl daily BG1we46 VIUM aed HNnMeLM- HC 33daUf- BeiwB I1 4u thMJ a YU fcbOI hi4 aM Irrita dIIyftxcspi IeadVt- Daily HtIda1 Oiar wbe 4 pAinioliiIP 01C OeU- eWa5 it D C WMLitS B W WL1aTWI- d304 i3 c Lms VETERANSI Who Want the Gray to Meet in Louisville WILL ELECT COMMANDERS DATES NAMED FOR THE MEETING AREOC TOBER 22 AND 23 FORMAL ORDER ISSUED Kentuckydivision InLouisvilhsociation tomes to this city upon the EajtinCampmanders will be elected anti other bus ness transacted Yesterday the fol lowing formal order was issuedaHeadquarters Kentucky Division U- TAssociationCeIiera1C Onler S- oIG1o the OHIcers of the Brigades and camps in the State of Kentucky Under the constitution and bylaws of the United Confederate Veterans As socftionlt is required that an annual meeting of the association be held in each State each jear for the purpose nut only of electing division and bri gade officers but also for the transacting importantfotthe association By virtue ot the re TItof the veterans composing the Ken tucky Division of the United Confede rate Veterans Association be held In the qity of Louisville on the 22nd anda23rd days of October 1901 for the put pote of electing Division Commanders and four Brigade Commanders and for the transaction of such other business as properly may come before the as sociation For the purposes of said lDeetln eStateFIRST BRIGADE BrigGenCamp Nos Names of Camps Headquarters OJ flea Desna Cynthiana Ky 93 J nl1organParis Ky 201 R S ClukeMtHSierling Ky 232 A S Johnson Flemingsbnrg Ky 233 J B HOudHAugusta Ky 252 P R Cleburne Owingsvillo Ky 341 P BranibIettwCrlisIe Ky 433 G VoxCampton Ky 442 J Eo JoblisoiiMaysvilIe Ky 682 J H RatcliffFalmouth Ky 783 W F Corbin Newport Ky 709 F Smith Lagrange Ivy 1040 Confederate As sociationCarrolton Ky 1224 Trimble County BOciatIonCarmel Ky 1262T H Hunt Cynthiana Ky 1263 J S Williams Grayson Ky SECOND BRIGADE Headquarters Rnssollville Ky Gen J B Briggs commanding Camp Nos Names of Camps Headquarters Ky174A241 N Herri wether Hopkins ville Ky 376 A JohnstonlleI1Loli Ky 463 L Tiighman Paducah Ky 965 L Tilghnian Cadiz Ky 981 J B Wardllicknian Ky 900 J PurtleHFulton Ky 10SO 0 WckliffeWickliffe Ky 1228 Ed Grassland Clintoi Ky 1249 IayfieldhMMnfield Ky 1256 L SherrillUardlell Ky 12591111 lyonMurrny Ky 1207 Jeff DavlsElkton Ky 1287 J W MossArllngtou Ky 1331 JnsonEdwnrdsBenton Ky THIRD BRIGADE Headquarters Louisville Ky Gen CommandingCathp Nos Names of Camps Headquarters 143 Bowling GreenBowling Green Ky 237 J II Waller8helbyvllle Ky 257 E K Smith Eminence Ky 253 T H Bunt Bardstown Ivy 527 Jim Pearce Princeton Ky 543 M HCoferElizabethtownKy 558LERaimk1nHcndersomiKy 010 D C WalkerFrankiin Ky 803 G B Eastin Louisville Ky 874 J II Lew rGlasgow ICy 940 Sum DavlsMIarion Ky 1008 A Johnson Unioutown Ky 1121 E K GravesOwenaboro Ky 1240 R J BreckigepabviIJe Ky 1258 J M ecULeblnonKy FOURTH BRIGADE Headquarters Georgetown Ky Gen A H Sinclair commanding Camp Nos Names of Camps Headquarters IOU J 0 Breckige Lexington Ky 96 WPrestonIlnrtotlsburg KJX tl Be1JJI GIf 1ris very ranch likothe blossoni I nflowerIt beauty and I perfection entirely I upon tkecare bestowed upon I tts parent Expectant mQthers I should have the care They shouldbe spared all worry IIand anxiety should eat U of nourishing This foo- dandtakorentieexeldats t go a long way preserv lag their health Md their beauty I as well to that of the little one to I come But 4o be absolutely sure of a short and painless labor they S should u- seMotIiers Friendrwztelydsregthemonlht of gests lion Tille Iaaple which ii to beaUeoi extern it ElveS strveth aN vl8M to Hw wndOe and pTeat all I0 dicmfo o piel0- 411cr which mell1III dt thInk- were aholuIsly acsBaarr 1id- Xotkrs Jtrlea4 to d tlteN Is to dt whsttvr PetVotHrPff at tIN tIIwC- M4 JlWII Uf1ODIfIUGa ce- TLANTA4A WriIo sb I 97 Abe Bnford Versailles Ky 98 G W Johnson Georgfitown Ky 101 B II Helmfj wrenceburnKy 187 H Marshall Nicholaavillp Ky 188 R W Hanson Winchester ICy 188 T IL Monroe Frankfort Ky 214 J W sbrDauvil1e Ky 215 TB Collins Richmond Ky 8S2 T W Nanier Stanford Ky 910 D W CheiiaultRichmond Ky 1103 H M Ashby Mldnlcsboro Ky I2S5 J S Williams Winchester Kyt1330 D M LoffanLancaBter K Under the official returns made out by Gen ieorge Moorman Adjutants General of the Confederate ation JUn Purtle Camp at Fulton KyIs entitled to seven delegates the camps at Hopkins tile and Arlington to four delegates each the camps at Bender son Franklin Caseyvillet Carrollton Wickliffe villa Mayfield Kiigsellvllle Bowling Green and Winchester are eaclien titled to threo delegates the camp at louisville to eighteen delegates and ll the other cmnps to two delegates each Only the delegates from these several camps will be entitled to vote in the election for division and officers brigadey It is suggested that all camps in so- arf as possible meet on Saturday October 1901 for the purpose of electing delegates hereinbefore nameil anti inscase this is impossible to meet on some other day not later howevnr than Saturday October 19 lXl On al piiculjon to either brigade or division headquar ters blank certificates for the credentials of delegates will he furnished his order as to camps constituting the brigades will become effective October 20 lOOt and brigades as now ex Isting will conliniie until said date It is desired as far as possible to have large meeting of the members of the association The meeting is called in Louisville in response to the invitation of George H Eastin Camp and this camp wilt take the necessary steps to come unlcalo with such members ot the association as may desire to he pres mit The association will meet at 12 m 22 itr the joint session room of the Jefferson Circuit Court which has large accomoJalions and where also will be found rooms for the accnmodation of the various committees of this meetml ing The Commanding General desires to Impress upon all camps the impoitance of sending delegates lie hopes to be able to make at this meeting sugges tions concerning the steps necessary fort 3ratethe necessity for which becomes strong er and more apparent every day It is confidently believed that by the cooperation of all the camps the Legisla tureof Kentucky will be induced to make ample anti permanent provision for the maintenance of such a home but it Is also believed that the association itself can furnish tho necessary building and grounds This matter alone should command such attention and interest as will secure a large meeting The BrigadeCommanders are directed to transmit at onre to the several camps composing their brigades time details of this order nnd to direct time command ants of each camp to take the necessary steps of the election of delegates and for the transaction of euch other busi ness as may be required to make this reunion a success Ily order of J M POYNTZ Mpjur General Commanding Kentucky division U C V Association BENNETT II YOUNG Adjutant General and Chief of Staff ANTITOXIN fuR SWINE DISEASES fromStatellIffleVauxmeats and stud succeeded In isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which Is manufactured b the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicano Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy lion treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command higher treatedrheConpanygarantees f in well swiiiu will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will MFC at least 5percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be re lJdmlDIterrbeADtllorlnhogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hoes 100 ChemicalCompany31aprly General MauArthur has praisd Aguin aldo up to the skies Its lucky he wasnt taklng about Schley or the Nayy Department would have had it in for him ortHqronmany purR an j laxatives but DeWitts pillsIPerry Thomas Governors Jive Views on An archy Crisis New York World Gqv Candler of GeorglaI favor tnatiujr the preaching of anarchist doctrines treason punishable with death Coy Ayrocr of North Carlina Any constitutional law that will make recurrence of the awful crinie iui possibio Gov Durbin of Indiana The safety andIssaEveryatII I puuiJhediFovDockery of Missouif The v GIIget IGov Nash of OhioWe should effective laws for the suppression of anarchy lUchitcanSupprlS8I Goy VocokeeeofNtwJerey New Jersey laws tire brood enough to puaieh any one implicated IB conspiracy rlanarthe utternse of anarchistic epeechce- Gov Sant oidhp I f vor the enacmeat of MHngStatw WiJte of U liallrtCOmI IGov to the sitxtLeielMisriiiie enact of Mrkia4 kwn to punish con Got Jor m of New Hatapebire GovtsfiiBXMrta rfb world ahouklitmii ta peI 1Wc anart4m iat- 04Y Geer AtUWDMd I Ooopnta IbM to uatafrmklio modify tJQ natnndiMtion laws Let it AloneScotts Emulsion is not a d medicine for fat folks We have never tried giving it- o a real fat person We dont dare Xjou see Scotts Emul ion builds new flesh Fat people dont want it Strong people dont need it But if you are thin Scotts Emulsion is the medicine for you It doesnt tire you out There is no strain The work- s1 all natural and easy You just take the medicine and thats all there is to it The next thing you know ou feel betteryou eat better and you weigh more It is a quiet workerJSend sample CoTr t BOVVNE Chemists 41Irl sa N V sac Zfl4ico aU drug Sls LATE STATE NEWS Culled from our Exchanges At Lexington Police Court Judge John J Riley struck the keynote of he curfew law when he established awwhipping post for the punishment of young boys and girls who frequent the streets at nijht Flew Butler a Jlecrppit half crazy old negro died in squalor In a cabin near Nicholnsville Just before death te told where he had hi elded 450vw helm lie requested to be given to tIme son of his old niasterbThree negroes were taken from the jail at UickliCT Ballard county and lanced to a tree in the court IIOIIPO y ard They were accused of the mumd dtr and robbery of an inoffensive old PgrO lust week Time bodies were left hanging in the court house yard alltj aytThe lIt Vernon Signal says that when only a boy 11 years old Harve left Fulaski county and went to ime state of Missouri ant for the lust 0 years have been unable to hear aimg t from his brother Anderson who now lives near Walnut Grove Pulaski county and thought he was dead lie cently he heard where he was and al though 82 years old at once boarded tho train for Kentucky Those who were present when they met say that here were never no two happier souls than they The Jes amino News says a radical change was made in the city schools of Nicholnsvillo the board In the fu turf instead of Saturday being a Imohlt day Monday will take its place and it is made a school day This system has been tried in several towns in Ken t ucky1amid it is said works with sue cess The reason for thechauge is said to be the children will have Monday for study when they would not use the Sabbath for that purpose and thcie fore under this system they will know their lessons on the first school day ot the week when under the old system ninetenths of them made failuresa A Special Offer To introduce it quickly into everya home the St Louis Mirror will sent to any address every week from now until January 1 1902 including the big Christmas number on receipt of 23 cents silver or stamps Time Mirror edited bY William Marion Reedy con tains the best independent policalarti clot stock and financial articles lIra malic criticism book reviews and gen oral miscellany of any Tlublicati n in the West A trial subscription will convince you The sooner your orderis received time longer you receive the paper ijub scribe today For sale by alt news dealers Five cents per copy 2 pu year Write for sample copies THE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INGENIOUS TKEATJIENT BY WIIIOII WlUJiKAKUS AKE BEINU CUllED DAILY IN SIITK 01 THEM SELVES Xo XosioQs Doses No Weakening of tho Nerves A Pleasant anti Iusitlvo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body tilled with 10ilol and nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of iutoxicat ill liquorsrequire3 an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating tills poison and destroying time craving for intoxicants Snllenors may now curt tlitliisulves at home without publicity IhisinnderCnlwhich has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment mniliriateg f The faithful uso according to directions of this wonderful discov cry is positively guarammiced to lure Ihe- nlOlt obstinate rase no matter Imot hard a drinker Our records show marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and iprlghtpnen WIVES CURE YOUR HUS CUUEYOUR specificCordevised anllJlreparrothRt it is thoroughly soluble aunt pleasant to the taste so that it ran be uiven in R cnpof tea or coffee without time knowl tlge of the person taking it Thousands Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made teRi perate men by having tim CURE ad ministered by ovingriendH and rela lives without in coffee thatthoyt1willlJONOT WAIT Do not be de ladettby atpareimt and Imiimmleaillng ii provemeat DrIve out time disease at onc and log all time TimeIGOLD OP RE Ts sold at time ext ren1el low Qf One DoUarlhusplllCi1t1t- Kithu1 re fch of everybody treatment more effectual than others pouting 25 tOO Full directions Pac- peckaus i Specialim1vlee by IkIII a physetns wheim reqmemued nllftltJt ila ehSIWi Sent prep to aay port cl IoUarAM JMsrksiA corysoudence strictly confidet t1ll 3ihiylyr a IRVINE From the Irvine Leader Judge Robert lUddoIl is in Frankfort Rev J 14 Boatman held Bcrvicra at the Christian church Monday night Mrs John Parkjof Chicago la vinit Ing at the home of Mrs Motile Gnrd nero Mrs E G B Mann of Nicholns vi lie is visiting her mother Mr Fannie Friend Miss Annette Riddell left Monday for a short visit to her brother L C Kiililcll at Sit SterlfnJIGeorge Crouch an employe of Lott Lumber Co had his hand sadly cut by t he saw between the thumb and fore finger Mrs J T West who hAs been visit lug her daughter Mrs Robert Here man has returned to her home in Frankfort Miss Sally Andereonof Nlcholasville who has been the attractive guest of Miss Anna Wagers returned home Brandenburg and Mifs Lou Lungford were marital September h t the home of the brides uncle Mr ell Lnnsford Fred Park is at home on n short visit to his parents lie is employ ed with the Mcaun Fawke Lumber Co cutting timber in Jackson county Mr Leonard West and son Ernest who have been visiting relatives in this county left Monday for their home inI California With them went Miss Lula West daughter of Jcs F West who ill attend school in San Francisco the comine year Mr William West also returned Monday to Indianapolis Mrs Harvey Riddell who has been n guest at E till Springs and at the home of Judge Robert Riddell left Monday for Washington City where she will isit for several weeks On her return to her home in Denver Col she will e met by her cousin Miss Annette R jddelh who will spend tIme winter in Denver The following facts regarding tim- eouble tragedy at Millers Creek were brought out at the coroners inquest Tuitt and a man named Nimrod Mcln reached Millers Creek on tiieiate Monday evening together Desiring to cross the river they asked Wll lie Scott to ferry them In his fathers boat Lee Scott Went to the river to see about the affair and the trouble bean Several shots were find Some trainmen ran to the scene and found Tnitt dealt with his face downward and Scott lying across him in a dying condition and he never spoke Scott was shot through the neck and right breast Ono shot broke his neck McIntosh was arrested and placed in jail by D HI Riddell fireman on train He denied being implicated and says that when Scott came down to the river Tuitt wrenched his McIntosh pistol from his pocket and after a few words bcott ad Tnitt began firing McIntosh says he did not fire a shot The coroners jury brought in a verdict that Scott and Tuitt came to their deaths at the hands of each other Henry Braydon Harris N C says I took medicine 20 years for asthaiim i UtflO bottle or One Minute Cough etimimiglsuCure Perry Thomas Money is piling up in the Treasury at great rate and would do overt if Congress had repealed all time war taxes What it would do if we should return to economical expenditures isincalcul never failing cure for cuts bums scalds ulcers wounds SuIt sores is De Witts Witch Hazel Salve A most soothing and healing remedy for all skin affections Accept only the genuine Jerrv Thomas Western Republicans are not quite so fast bound to the trusts as are the east ern ones In their independence and assistance lies the hope of the Demo crats to amend the tariff neo W Lane Pewamo Mich writes Your Kodol Cure ia the best remedy for indigestion and stomach tronble that I ever used For years I suffered from dyspepsia at times com polling me stay in and causing me untold ncony I am completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure In recommending it to friends who suffer payforitpaid Perry Thomas Important Notice Eor Local Bandsmen And Musical Amateurs One of the most important deals in the history of American innate trade was consummated on Sept 1st of this year between two of the largest firms on either side of time Atlantic Ocean The deal not only interests the trade to an enormous degreobut is of para mount importance to the bandsman and musical amateur Contracts were signed appointing Joseph W Stern Co New York City known in the music trade through thtlr great poimlar wusia sue ce tel as the House of Hits 6 le United States agents for time Mlawkea byeiy Circus London These instruments embracing every possible variey ot brass wood wind and percussion in strument are used lib Majesty King Edward VH private band as well us in the English armies and the Hawkes cornet and trumpet are IJ8td- exclUsively by tIme Kings Iruampeter- Witi H liawkts lime iiistrUHientsiii IU 111htlltyofoueln lnaiHy of Incdil and appearHBce ill durability and In tact every desirable quality iu blind itietru melts aw the uclSIlillillUfactared and tteprmn are the moat rtMOiiablu pos slble fur time quHlityof jjoodis olfereil JUolW Stwn 0 cordtiilly iuvilr eorreepoiiUeiHH with local baiidMricn iutweeted IH bind arid orcljtaitra Jn strHUjents nd will ivi pleased toaeitd a kIrsumeat illustrated catalogue of tlM JiHWkw ImitrHHiente lMIwellali of the BtmreIIj54ji Violinc YiolM Alka and Bawes oil applies tioii to tistiir hiiiHUjtwrtws 31 JJ 2lBt Mftiel4wY kck h shipsubsidy ga1 IjMJPIr iptrhedoubt b lh know What they are talk Inx about 3 3 3 t j f Do You Know That Baggies and Carri ages are from to cheaper now than they were a few weks ago We still have rood selection on our floor You save money by boylngnowand LOUIS GUS Ie Great Fall Opening S- aleCLOTHINGGREATEST SALE OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING T EVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY r Boys School Suits 49c si 49 2 2 50 andup Jp Mens Fine Cassimere Suits 2 99 rind 3 99 t1 iiSuits Kentucky 300 dozen Shirts regular price J and CentsWhich than Cost We just received Fall importations in our Tailoring ready to you the largest and most complete line of willbeMAKE OUR STORE YOUR WHEN IN LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS FINE TAILORS GENTS GOODS HATTERS ETC A Wise Provision j The Louisville school board has adopted tIme wise plan of only ing single women as teachers and when one marries she immediately loses her job This is n good idea Its disgusting eijgo many men sitting flat on their pants depending upon the toil of the who for support Any bAn can make a living for his family if he is too infernal lazy if the women et them live on short rations for a while they will finally go to work Lancaster Record General Sickles is for head of the G A R on hisanti Evans record Sickles says yon remember that the G A R voted for McKinley only on a that Evans should be bounced anti they given unrestricted access to the Treasury It will bo interesting to see whether he wins out on or notHow many people know that had a crime like Czolgoszs been committed on United States as a tary post or a custom house It could no have been punished at al There is no law that will reach such a crime at such a place This is almost as remarkable as the fact kidnapping is not n crime in many states It is worth mentioning that time only member of Congress who said anything unpleasant about McKiuleys injury was a Republican and not a Democrat Mr Wellington of Maryland so please you COVUS Kin We know of nothing better than coughing to tear the lining of your throat and lungs Iris better than wet feet to cause- bronchitis and- Qneumonia keep it up and you will succeed in reducing weight your appetite bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the Al IA F I IBerterkill tborn 2 everykindis just right for an ordinary cough for the harder coughs of bron chitis you will need a 50 cent bottle and for the consumptionthe most economical reoVbiieedtl a mara tetoe I tried nany MmMttt bntttwyaH A tier U hs- Chsrylictcwwl I imia diMay hi- mEaaiotmomva and three boIUi natared m e to health I mIye t00 Ufett ABI0e3ue Both One lo nothing In style aacUiaal ity Vehicles of all kinds will another season prices of materials are going up Iy Carriage Ws STRAUS t Mens Black Clay Wor j sted Suits 4 99 t The largest and finest 4 line of Suits every shown lItin e rate firm Co from of N thej 50 2 DO now 98 is less have our Department and we are show best these HEADQUARTERS LEXINGTON AND MERCHANT FURNISHING LEXINGTON ENTUCKY employ tot entirely not and will running promise this property such mili that Only your losing failed cost more X II le er Dp cc Peoples Friend Is he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron Beds Folding Beds Rockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd complete in every respect weS Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND nlj3tly KENTUCKY r WHY NOT BUY THE BEST LislI2zI ptCm fire test Bargains Ever Offered I THE CLIMAX IAnd The tCLEVELAND FoeI ClevelndOiinarkH anti home weekly journal in tide eouBtry For every member of time fRrltlpvpagasMumAt pnldlealwatNwld awake farnwr will hm with juierimalIt44170- 4climax PrInth Co hmoXt 4Everything + 44 + 4+4 + + + + +++++ is l 1 No 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse We also make a full line of nigh Grade Vehicles sod Harness Send for Calatcrut and Pa lit 4 4 Louisvilles Great INTERSTATEFAIR Sept 23 = Oct 5 1901 Magnificent Romnn Hippodrome and Athletic Carnival America Grandest Exhibit of Ifec Stock and Form Produds 1500000CASH Cattle Premiums SPEED CONTESTS ON ILLUMINATED TRACK An OWFJSMOnJ Fair with vpto fate Amusements Admission d Dmy25c Evening lOc i fr LI j j J it i itr 1 tt f r t l 1 J i r h i It t t J fI 1 1 I 4 If j J ii if ftJ i 1 j 1 1 it 1 t tj 1f t pJ c MJUi jiOL IThe Richmond Climax J O CRENAULTWIropIetor A D MILLERu Manager It LEE DAVIS UU Editor WEDNESDAY SEPT 25 1001 rUBMSIIKUKVEKY WKDNICaitAy BT The Climax Printing Go DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB COCNTT JDDGB N B TCHPIN FOB COUMY ATTORNEY J TEVI8 COED raft IUEEIP JOHN F WAGERS POE AILlca JAMES a LACKEY rFOR CLERK JESSE CORB FOR BErUblKXTATIV CHAS L SEAUOY TOR SCHOOL kUrKltlNTUDE J W WAGERS PUB ASSESSOR GEORGE ROLAND FOB 8ORV2YOB- S F ROCK FOB COEOtBE CLIFF SAMUELS FOR DAVID n TEVIS FOR POLICE JUDGE 11 C RICE FOR CITY ATTORSHY J TALBOT JACKSON FOR ClIIEf UP FOLI- CEiIIALLIAN FOB MAGISTRATE D PARMER FOB CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMAN COURT jiocsn J W Dales W L Leeds CITY HALL OT WoRe E II I3ybee CSIVEBSITT O O De gtas W L Arnold AT Mnysvflle Monday the four can didates for the Democratic nomination fr Tinted States Senator ExGovern or James U McCrenry Judge James E Cantrill Congressman David II smith and Congressman diaries IC Whaler began a series of seven joint debates liich are to beheld in some of the r ae senatorial and legislative distrit Wliiln the speeches were free fro ilie slightest illfeeling yet political records were assailed several times tIe first debate was not with out lively features The probing was luecliiifly by exGov McCreary and Congressman Wheeler while Judge aut rill and Congressman Smith were iniliDcd to pursue tho policy of the fa mOils dog that stood by and watched the fijht in the hope of walking off with the bone The remaining six de bates will take place as follows Cuv iiicton night of September 30 Lexington October 5 Shelby ville October 14 Elizabethtown October HI Mt Ster ling October 2S 1aducali night of November 4 LoN F CZOLOOSZ the assassin of President McKinley was placed on trial in the Supreme Court in Buffalo before Justice White Monday morning He entered a plea of guilty which was subsequently changed to not guilty by order of the court Indica tions are that the trial will hi short and there will be but fQW technical questions raised by either side The first day of the trial was consumed in the selection of a jiiiy the statement of tlo prosecution ease tho descrp tion of the Temple of Mnsic in which the assassination occurred and the examination of tho physicians who attended the President after he had been shot and who wore present at the twitopsy Tho fact was brought out that the objections of the Presidents family prevented a thorough search for the bullet THRjParis Reporter a Republican paper formerly owned anti edited bv Postmaster John L Bosley sold the oilier day for 230 and was bight at that Like the principle it once advo cated it didnt amount to lilich Browers For All Who Need Carpets These lines hold much of interest and profit All during the summer we have been planning this fall line Buying from many factories thinOsofrom manymarkets building up our stock 03 the most painstaking effortsuntil we can tell you that the absolute newness variety and comprehensiveness of this stock will give it unusual prominence A Few Prices = = Best Ail wool Ingrain Carpets S 70 Tapestry Carpets Bor ders to match 65 Best Ten Wirelapestry- Carpets 754 H Axtninster Carpets high pile and luxurious 100 Exquisite Velvet Qar pets 4 1 00 Remember We have every facility lor turning out the best Carpet work in the city Modern machines expert r Seamstresses and they most experienced carpet layers in the city CFlfoweiiCo MAIN LID ROADWAY IX1WGTONIKT 44r EMMA GOLDMAN the high priestess of anarchy whose alleged inflaswtory utterances are said to have fired the twain of Ozolgozs and who because of which Is suspected of being a partici pants In the plot to assassinate Presi lent McKinley was arraigned at Chi cago last Wednesday and her bail fixed at 20000 which of course she could not give and Is still behind the bars We applaud the crusade being made against the Anarchists every one of which ought to be driven out of the country but WI hope it wont step at Emma and a few others of her sex but that Uncle Sam maycatch in hrs dragnet some of those dangerous bewhisk ered types at Patterson and elsewhere who not only spread their communistic doctrines but are ready to use the bloody instrument of death when called upon to do so Banish the whole infernal brood is our advice to the next Congress PRESIDENT CIJEVEIAND our anly living exlreaident in an address last week before the faculty and students of Princeton University uttered this timely warning There is a most serious lesson for all of us in the tragedy of our late Presi dents death If we are to escape far tIer attacks upon our peace and se curity we must bodly and resolutely grapple with the monster of anarchy ft Is not a thing we can safely leave to be dealt with by party partisanship Nothing can guarantee us against Its menace except the teaching and prac tlceof best citizenship the exposure of the ends and aims of the gospel of di content and hatred of social order and the brave enactment and execution of repressive laws THE suggestion by John W Mackay of the Vigilance Committee that bAng- ing bv mob law as a remedy for aJI archism is little better than anarchy itself says the CourierJournal The doctrine that like cures like or AS the homeopathists ut it1 elm ilia simili bus curantur may have some force in medicine and the hair of the dog maybe good for the bite figuratively but that lawlessness will cure lawlessness is a theory which should find advocates in no civilized county Cor UUEY Woonsov has bought the Pudiicah Evening News and will consolidate it with his other paper the Paduckh Democrat Col Woodson has never talon charge of a newspaper that he did not make a howling success and what is still more gratifying to the people of that rockiibbed Democratic flection lie converts them into exponents of Democracy pure anti Undefiled Kentucky has no abler journalist nor better Democrat than Urey Uoodson THE Kentucky distillers at a meet leg held in Louisville last week agreed to limit the output of whisky for the season ending July 1902 to 27600000 gallons This will be sad news to the old bloats not a one of whom but feels that it would take something like that amount to quench his own indi vidual thirst COMMANDER HEINKK of tbe Tex as it is said gave damaging evidence regarding the movements of the Brooklyn Schleys ship during the battle of Santiago If they want genuine dam aging evidence as to the movements of the Brooklyn during that battle Ctrvera oucht to be caled to the wit ness stand PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is said to be the richebt man that ever occupied the Presideats Chair POLITICS State Democratic headquarters have been established at Seelbache Hotel in Louisville The Republicans of Montgomery county have nominated Hon A T Wood for County Judge It is said that Leslie Combs is time nearest man to Roosevelt in Kentucky which being the case Sapp will have to walk the plank Mmj J Embry Allen is working for the office of President pro tern of the Senate The race will be between him and Senator Newton W Ujley of Lyon count- Secretary of State Hill has issued a circular letter to the County Clerks of the vaiious counties of the State call lug their attention to the necessity for Immediate action in order to secure ballot paper for the election in Novem ber Beckham aged thirtyone Governor of Kentucky Beveridge aged thirty seven U S Senator from Indiana Roosevelt aged fortythree President of the United States This is a government of for and by the young men Louisville Times Capt W H Collier who was nomi nated for the Legislature in Garrard declined to make the race and the Republicans nominated exRepresentative Vrl ht Keller W McC Johnson was nominated for County Attorney and Mrs Fannie Bolder for School Superintendent The cqunty ticket nominated bv the Republicans of Madison county is like a bad postage stamp it wont stick Thoirpson Burnam nominated for Representative flew the coop at once Tutt Burnam was nominated for County Attorney but has backed out and it is said that Hendren the nominee for County Clerk has abandoned the race The Ends might as well pull off the rest of them and make it unanimous Winchester Democrat A Washington dispatch saysSIn terual Revenue Commissioner Yerke returned from Atlantic City Saturday lIi htMr Yerkes It Is expected will tender his resignation to the President in the near future This is simply a perfunctory action antI It ill believed the President will request MrYerkes to remain Commissioner Attho same time the office of Commissioner of In ternal Revenue isa very powerful one politically and it may of course happen that the President desires to be stowe the position upon one of his personal friends Whatever you do dont for get to register next Tuesday Sparks Skew Coming John H Sparks Old Reliable Vir giula Shows and Great Trained Animal Exposition which give a good per formance here twcyearaago win ez titbit iu Richmond September 57 Wi Friday fifternooa aad night Larger grander and better than ever before twice lie former size hat time price pf admission is tllesatue225centpciidriM under 12 years of age 10 cento Known the world over SB the cleanest Rfttet anti most uptodate show IH A merle With all new orgiisal 8wl startling features Remember the laothl t Time BBinbef ol rmd nt fantf rt m 8wltaatkad im bWs iijtf o M W 11 OOOd tbt p J KIRBY BROUGHT BACK Arrested at Fresno CaL by Deputy Sheriff JoeTerrill INCIBENTS OF THE LONG TRIP Deputy Sheriff Joe Tenill arrived here Monday at noon from Fresno Cal Ifornia with A L Kirby alias OWJ Green who is wanted in this county for killing Groves at Berea twelve years ago The prisoner who was not hand cuffed is not a bad looking man and chatted goodnaturedly with the officers and several others who were at the jail when he was brought in On his nr rival at Fresno Deputy Sheriff Terrill found his man ready and willing to re turn and face the charge against him Kirby has been a citizen of Fresno county for ten yearsand is well thought of by the best people there as was shown by time fact that after his arrest upon information from here he was not locked up but permitted to go about his business until the officer from Kentucky arrived He has prospered in his adopted home and is worth per haps 10000 Ho has a nice vine yard near Fresno and with his wife and seven children was living happily under the assumed name of G W Green when the circumstances as related in a recent issue of the CLIMAX revealed his true identity To Deputy Sheriff Terrill he did not deny that he was A L Kirby or that he was guilty of the charge against him but said he was forced to shoot Groves After the shooting he says he remained for six months in the vicinity of Berea later went to Illinois thence to Oregon where his wife joined him and later to California their present home So well thought of is h1in his adopted hisIJail for any amount so Deputy Sheriff Terrill says His wife and children will ie here next month to be present at his trial when it comes up in December Hon W B Smith the ablest crimnial lawyer in tliis part of the State t has been engaged to defend him and it is probably that he will ask for bail immediately under habeas corpus pro ceedings Time case of Kirby has aroused much sympathy here ns well as In Fresno and his friends will probably draft a pe tition asking Gov Beckham to pardon him in case he is convicted They cite the fact that his blameless life for twelve years is proof that he has reformed and desires to live a peaceable life and that hispunishment would bring sorrow and humiliation to his family without time usual results that comes Jrom appeasing the law Deputy Sheriff Joe Terril who made the lung trip ofCOOO miles to bring back the accused has many wonderful timings to relate concerning what he saw and what he experienced Mr Terrill went by way of Kansas City Denver Cheyenne Ogden and Sacra mento returning by way of the Santa Fe through Arizona Xew Mexico and Southern Colorado When cross jug the Mohara desert ho says he felt like he was further from Foxtown than the eyer was before At Sacramento he visited the Governor of California nnd had his requisition papers acknowledged He did not go to San Francisco the great metropolis of time Western Slope but saw enough of the life and habits of the heathen Chinee in the Chinese quarters of Sacramento At Fresno Mr Terrill had the pleasure of spending the night with Mr J Tom Bates a former Madison county man and an uncle of eel John R Gibson of this city w4io left his farmat Kings RCver and drove 30 miles to see Mr Terrill and inquire about his old friends and kinspeople back in the Old Kentucky home Mr Terrill brought back several souvenirs of Ills trip among them some choice California wine which a CLIMAX reporter had the pleasure of sampling and a hew and airow bought from a representative of the Yuma Indians at Needles Califor niai PERSONAL Attorney R HCrooke was in Frank fort yesterday Miss Sarah White is visiting friends in Mt Sterlinir Mr Frank Miller of Lexington Will in the city Saturday Miss Mayme Hart is at home from a delightful visit to Somerset Mr S V Rowland of Danville was here several days this week Druggist E C Wines was in Lexington Saturday on business Mr Leslie Rice isback from an eight months sojourn in New Mexico Miss Jaunie Myers attended the Cincinnati Fall Festival this week Mrs A R 15urnam of Frankfort visited relatives here the past week Mr and Mrs Lee Todd of Ford are the guests of relatives near Speedwell Editor Robert Friend of the Irvine Leader was here Wednesday on busi tiers Mrs Meguiar of Shelbyville ie the guest of her daughter Mrs Hugh Mc Bessie Tnrley has returned from Cincinnati where she took in the Fall FestivalMiss Olivia Baldwin and Miss Burgess returned Monday from a visit to Stanford Hon A J Carroll one of Louisvilles leading lawyers attended court here last week Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill is in Frankfort as a witness in the United States Court a That talented little musician Miss Ollie Pigg of Lexington is visiting relatives here Supt J M Baldwin of the Water Light Co spent several hays the past week in Cincinnati Mr Shelby Tribble of time Lancaster Record visited his mother here from Friday until Monday Mr aad Mrs Nelson Prewltt Gay of Winchester attended the EvansiLyjin nuptials beje Wednesday MtesNelfie BCnenauit has returned to Lexington after a pleasant visit to Mr sad Mrs S N Moberlqy Mr and Mrs Aadro Scanlaii nco Tones of St Louis are the guests of Col J W Caperton and wife Mr and Mrs Albert McCown have returned from a vigil lo Mr and Mrs NfIsofl Gay near Winchester Mr and Mrs It J McKee anti Miss Lydia have returned from avisit to the Fall Fertiva in Cincintwti Kr To r Rice of SUnfor wa lijr SMIri4ay visiting fli8lJfGtber iJ kgn UC Ha Mmd cxbr relatives JO Mr JMM In e iwidiiwMts ft as at Chut Couuty Wv Mibt Mi 61Xtow1I1ta Ij1ItieJtf Jin ncientFoeI To health and happiness Is Scrofala as ugly as ever since time immemorial It causes bunches in the neck dis figures the skin inflames the mucous membrane wastes the muscles weak ens the bones reduces the power of resistance to disease and the capacity for recovery and develops into con sumption A bunch appeared on the left side of say neck It mused great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went into A general decline I was persuaded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and when I bad taken six bottles my neck was healed and I haro never had any trouble ot the kind since MRS K T SJTVDES Troy Ohio Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and per manently as they have rid thousands visit to her mother Mrs A T Million hits returned to her home in Louisville Congressman Vincent Boreinc of London was here Wednesday looking aver his real estate holdings in this cityMiss Lee Prather wont to Lexington Monday morning to enter Smiths Business College Valley View Argent Mrs Luke Mil ward who has been the guest of Mrs Elmer Deatherage returned Thursday to her home in Lex ingtonMr B Stouffer returned Saturday night from Cincinnati where he purchased a fine lino of fall aud winter clothingMr Mrs John It Allen of Car lisle after a weeks visit to the latters parents Mr and Mrs J W Zaring re turned home Thursday Rev J Robert Boatman passed through on Saturday afternoons train frm Estill Springs to Lexington where he now makes headquarters- Mr Robert Adams son of Mr J C Adams of near Caleast left Wednesday for Lexington to take a business course at Smiths Commercial College Mrs J B Parrent and talented little daughter Corinue of Memphis Tent lire visiting the formers sister Mrs R L Gentry on Moberley avenue Sam Mason Bud Dunn Sam Black and Sam Lucas all of Madison county passed thiough here last week from the London fair Livingston Colonel Mr Allen Zaring Secretory of the J W Zaring Grain Mill Co this citj attendedthe annual convention of Kentucky millers held at Lexington last weekMr Haggin of New York n grand son of Millionaire J B Haggin spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs S N Moberley General John Hooe Russell and wile nee Phelps of Huntington Waarrived Thursday to visit MrsRusselld parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps and other relatives Messrs Louis Schlegal and Joe Giunchigiliani will leave to night tom a ten days fishing trip to the Cumber land Mr Schlecals gallery will be closed until courtday Mr J Byrd Deatherage left Friday for New Orleans and of course ordered the CLIMAX to follow him to keep him informed of the happenings in old Mad ison during his absence Mr Clarence E Woods wife and in teresting little daughter Mamie Miller Woods left last Tuesday night for Crab Orchard Springs where they will re main until the close of the season Mr George W Pickels Jr left yes terday for Chicago to enter the Univer sity of that name He was accom panied by Mr T H Pickels who will spend several days in the Windy City Miss Dove B Letcher spent Saturday and Sunday with bomefolks in Rich mond her sister Miss Hattie having left at that time for Pennsylvania where she will attend college Mt Vernon SignalMr George W Evans who recently became associated in business with Mr JoS Joplin is in Cincinnati taking a special course in undertaking and em balming Mrs Evans accompanied him and took in the Fall Festival Mr and Mrs James C Cornelison of King City Mo are visiting the formers sister Mrs W S Duncan and other relatives in this county Mr Covneliaon is a native of Madison countv and this is his first visit here in eighteen years Mrs C D Chenault handsomely en tertained the Boonesboro chapter DA R last night from 8 to 11 in honor of General and Mrs John Hooe Russell of huntington W Va Mrs Judge A R Burnam of Frankfort and Mrs Andre Scanlan of Kansas City Steps are being taken to reorganize the Richmond Social Club to promote gayety during tbe winter season The effort will doubtless succeed and a number of dances be given which will be fitting successors to those formerly given by this famous organization Rev T Q Martin and wife and little daughter Nancy Sue have returned from a visit to relatives at Flanagan Fillmore Richards formerly of this county but now one of Madison conn tyri most progressive farmers waS here Tuesday on business Winchester Dem ocrat Mr John Greenleaf of Richmond has been visiting his sister Mrs Em ma KaulTmiin on Danville avenue Many old Lancaster friends were glad to see him Misses Wallace of Paint Lick are guests of Mrs J S Robinson Mr A B Willis of Richmond was a guest at Squire Sam Johnsons Tues day Lancaster Record The Married Ladies Euchre Club was delightfully entertained last Friday night bv Mr and Mrs W It Letchsr Jr at Mrs R C Stocktons It was the initial meeting of the club for the present season and there was a gener ous response to the invitations sent out An elegant supper was served and a most enjoyable ovningspent by the torty five guests present Ernest G Dodge 4 Mleft for Har vard Tuesday morning Mr Dodge will take n special course at Hacvard He will also bring out a volume of poems which he has in course of publi cationNrs L V Dodge who has been under treatment at the hospital ImprovedIa few days Beea Citizen Col PM Pope that prince of good fellows of Richmond K represent ing Johnson Bros Hardware Company Cincinnati 0 was in town this week calling on the trade Cot Pope hxs icen comiiiK here for fifteen years or mora and no mai onjovs stronger ties ctfd d6hipthan fe Col Pope Is truly a Kentucky geatteBiatt and wbeaever bee9 lm kidvea royal WkmnehwiIDs DrAtiadr to JrMtf YBt tadt Col JIiuea W VIrION sitshiei it act tiagwit 7 ocfock ham ia tumor a dpu and frt John Hs Route Th of Huntington W VA and Mr sad Mrs Andre Scanlan of St Louis Gen and Mrs Russell nee Pholps are making their first visit home since their marriage at Dreaming Creek Heights in May last They have hall a very delightful summer In the mountains of W Va Mr and Mrs Scanjan have recently come to live in Madison and will re store the old Jones homestead on the Lexington pikr formerly occupied by Mrs Scanlaus grandfat her the late Joseph Jones Mrs Scanlan was tho beautiful Miss Georgette Tones of Kan sas City Mo The ladies wilt bo interested in this pen picture of Mrs Theodore Roosevelt the first lady of the laud She is a young woman who will adorn time po sition of first lady of the land That her husband has reached time higham bition which a citizen of these United States can entertain Is in no small measure duo to her help and counsel Mrs Roosevelt is the second wife of the President She was Miss Edith Carew whom he had known from childhood Their married life has been ideal Five children have been born to them The first lady of the land is of medium height and graceful figure Khe has a fair complexion dark eyesand hair and a charm of manner that attracts all who meet her She dresses very aim ply but always in the latest fashion She weirs little jewelry but what she does wear is of the be- stRELIGIOUS There will be preaching at the chapel at Whites Station at 11 oclock Sunday morning Sept 29 No night seryice Rev J W McGarvey of time Bible College Lexington and father of Prof McGarvey of this city celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination last Sunday Sept 15 Rev It It Noel of Stanford is conducting an interesting revival at Silver Creek church near Berea Large crowds aUend each service and there have been several additions to date The Rev Dr L G Barbour will preach at the Baptist church next Sun Jay at 11 oclock no m on the subject Christian Science The Doctor has given time subject careful study and will have something to say worth your while Come out and hear him The Rev L D Lauikia D D will begin a series of revival meetings here in the Baptist church on first Sunday in October He has had great success in revival work and comes recom mended as an interesting and attractive speaker Everybody cordially in vited to attend these alleetiugsit cllev John Reeves the wellknown Methodist minister attempted suicide at Winchester by taking morphine When fouad he was in a dying condI- tion He attained prominence some years ago by presiding at time trial of Rev H CMorrison Later he him self was expelled from the church for alleged immorality The district convention of the Christian Womans Board of Missions com prising the counties of Madison Lin coIn Garrard and Boyle will he held in the Christian church at Lancaster tomorrow Mrs Harrison State presi dent will deliver an address in the evening All women of the Christian church interested in missions are cor diaUy invited MATRIMONIALAxnEnoxMcGuFrEyE son manager of the Independent Tele phone Company nt Nicholasville and Miss Maude McGuffey surprised their friends by getting married at the home of Mr and Mrs AV W Davi- sBszlionnMcCAirrvA tripple wedding was celebrated near Salt Lick Bath county Monday afternoon of last week the three being sisters and two of the bridegrooms brothers Letter Bashford was wedded o Miss Mary MrCarty Samuel Bashford to Miss America McCartf and R L Reynolds to Miss Mattie McCarty- CLEIxoNsMCGUIraTiie Row Will iam F Ciemmons a Baptist minister of Clark county and Mrs Nettie C Mc Guire of Lee county were married in the parlors of the Dean House at Ver sallies It was the grooms third and the brides second marriage Time bride hns relatives at Valley View this county and the couple recently visited thereBnowxOonnoxA special from At lanta Ga says Miss Caroline Lewis Gordon daughter of Gen and Mrs John B Gordon was married last night Wednesday Sept 18 to Orton Bishop Brown of Maine The ceremony took place at Sutherland the Generals residence in the suburbs and was the event of the season Miss Gordons only attendant was lier sister Mrs Burton Smith of Atlanta who was the matron of honor Sixteen hundred Invitations were issued and many people I om out of town were present EVAXSLYSX The marriage of Mr Leslie P Evans and Miss Laura Elf nor Lynn announcement of which was made in a recent mastic of the CLIMAX was duly solemnized Wednesday after noon at one oclock at the brides home on Third streets in the presence of relatives of the immediate families and a few invited guests Roy W H Ryals in a most beautiful ceremony pronounced the fitting words which united the two souls with but a single thought two hearts that beat as one There were no attendants it being decided owingto the recent illness of the brides mothr that the weddiugshould ben quiet one The popularity of time young couple was shown by tho num erous handsome and costly presents received After congratulations of those present the hApPY couple were driven to the L N depot where they took the 205 train for a bridal trip of ten days ihroughthe East Mr Evans the fortunate groom is a son of Dr G W Evans and holds a nice poeition with State Bank aiidTrust Co this city He graduated at Central University and shortly afterwards b gna his busi nets career in theofficePrJf the LIMAX as local editor and it is with pleas are that this paper has watched his staidy promotion to a responsible posi thilicityheart coupled with her sunny nature have made her a general favorite with Richmond society With a host of other frieB fe the CLIMAX joint m wlsh JB Mr afMIMrs Evans a long life of unalloyed hnfpiness mind prosperity BIRTHSIMcSwAixBofB to the wife of KoU McBwiUn M girl oaSept12 H RChMIMrythe clever eoctdctctt act this MUlwrc Onitk aecoufs M peed by hi wikwi4h w biy Banaif ibe tt oct MDtfMT Od lctIM k botti doioff wellco DEATHS PnvsE Mrs David Pryse died test Thursday at her home on Millers Creek Estill county A husband and five children are left to mourn lief loss DELWOXICO Charles C Delmonlco famous the world over as New York leading caterer died Friday His death is said to have been caused from high living- GARUARDMrs Lotltia J Garrard aged 84 ono of Fr zkforts pioneer residents died Saturday She was the widow of Jas Garrard a former State Treasurer and a near relative of the late Col D G Slaughter of this county JoxrsMrs Mary Anti Jones relict of Rowland Jones Sr former SherIff of Madison county died Tuesday night of paralysis at the home of tier daughter Mrs B Howard Neale Deceased was seventyone years old and had been in feeble health for some time She was a splendid ChristiatWOIOlII and her many virtues remain as a rich legacy to her three children who ear vive her They are Mrs B Howard Neale iNewIand Jones Jr and Mrs J V Logan After funeral services at the family residence Thursday morning at 11 oclock the remaitTnVtfere laid to rest in theRichmond cemetery McKEE The Danville News chroni cles the death of Mrs Mary McKee widow of Dr A R McKee In time seventyeighth year cf her age She was bom in Richmond and lived for many sears here where she is well remembered by our older citizens In A half column notice of her death the News pays a glowing tribute to her many virtues saying amongotlier things She was a devoted mother wife and grandmother and her death will bl mourned by many a child not in the immediate family One child Mrs J A Cheek of Danville survives her Time inteiment took place in Bellevue cemetery Danville Monday Sept 1- 6DUCANMlsS Stella M Duncan oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Duncan died early Monday morning of consumption at her home on Letcher avenue this city after a pro tracted illness Miss Duncan who was 23 years old was for several years a well known school teacher of the county She was a member of time Christian church and an earnest worker in the Christian Endeavpr Her beau tiful Christian character her amiable disposition and sunny nature made her a favorite with all and her death causes genuine sorrow After funeral services by her pastor Rev Hugh McLnllan at the family reside iiceyes terday afternoon at 3 oclock the re mains were laid tenderly to rest in the Richmond cemetery Big Suit to be Filed Against the City Dr G W Evans is preparing to bring suitagainst the City of Richmond for 3000 damages and the recovery of As pen avenue Messrs J C D M Chcnault have been engaged as attorneys and they are now drawing up the petition Aspen avenue which Dr Evans sold to the city about fifteen years ago on condition that it be used only as a public drive and street has recently been converted so he alleges into n private training track for horses and a few days ago a permit was granted for the erection of a coal yard and private scales on this street la the original grant the ornamental and shade trees were not to be cut down or destroyed without Dr Evans1 per mission and this too has been done so lie claims Ho further alleges that the city has violated every article of the covenant with him hence the suit Time residents of Aspen avenue are said to be up in arms over the attempt to turn their street into a business thor oughfare Impressive Memorial Service Impressive and beautiful were the memorial services held at the Christian Church last Thursday afternoon in memory of the deceased President It was perhaps largest crowdever seen in Richmond on a similar occa sion and many were compelled to stand oil the outside of the church door being unable to gain admittance The Elks sal Masons to which orders the dead President helouged attended in a body adding solemnity to the scene The exercises begat with the reading proclamatioubying invocation by Rev W H Kvalls Mayor Claude Smith read his procla mation and Rev W A Eisenhart gave a brief but interesting biographical sketch of time dead Chief Executive Eloquent addresses bearing on the different phases of the illustrious life and tragic death of time martyred Pres- Ident were made by Col JmV Caper ton Major 0 F Burnain Gen J M MeCrearylion HughMeLelianwith a teelmg benediction A beauti SinllInlLead Kindly Light by Miss Nellie V Winu and the rendering by a special choir of a number of sacred pieces especially adapted to the solemn occa mon Shooting flee al Round Hill A desperate shooting affray took place Friday morning near Round lull this county resulting in the Mounding of both participants Frank Tussoy and Leslie troubles are said to have been at time bottom of the byhisway to his tobacco field to work when at a turn in time road he came lace to face with Leslie and Albert Curtis ridljig horseback with whom lie had previously quarreled Leslie Curtis who was armed with a double barrel shot gun at once opened fire on Tus sey who using his wagon for a barricade promptly returned the murderous aim Both men kept shooting until their weapons were ex hausted When the smoke of battle cleared sway it was found that Tease Intd fourteen No 3 shot in his back and pMtolIncdother in his shoulder The wounds of bbth men are painful but not neces sarily dangerous Albert Curtis and Tusseya brother did not take part in tile encounter Tussey Is a brotherin law of the Ourtisu having married tselr sister All are welltodo farmers and have heretofore been lawabiding citi Zeus Constable Galley pkeed the belligerents under arrest a lew haute alter height and they were released on 200 each pending their ex amining trial which will be held IW soon as the wounded men are able to attend court There is more catarrh in this section of the country than Poll other diseases put togflherli11d until the last few years wk supposed to be incurable for a great UISryearsdoclot8pronounced it a scribed local remedies and by consiant Ily f ilitjr to cure with local treatment uronouueed it incurable Solstice has pfOvn eUrrh tobea eoMtitwtioDa- ldie Mttnd therefore require a eon eUtiKiwril treatment Halls Catarrh Caro immuimumlactured bv F J Cheney 4 Co JVlttlo Ohio is the only oooMitu IMMUU cafe eli the murker lib taken hll r IH ilusea from ten drops to a tMKpoMifiiU IticU directly on tbe blood n ltni tw8urf e of the eye Iota Tlwy off r one hundred dollar funaay CAM it 1aiIa to oare8eoclfwI- ara d tnwdtnoniaU U if OHEHJCY A CO Toledo 0 Tin HmSV ftmiljrlui t r hbeMlop4lw Rich Juicy Plumbs f Ripe For Your Picking Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our store Dim ities in the mostdainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Alloyer Lace Yoking and beforeinOur Belt Department completeStyles first so do MeKees Belts 41 willbeReliability should always be considered iris 41Tbepronounced every day 41canKid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be tOuror summer Corsets at prices from 29c to 41Theadvertised brands is a very larce sate 00GUo I Remember we belong to Merchants and Consumers Scrip Association which means money saved to you if you trade with us Respectfully yours Cor Maui OWENlICKEERichmondFirst St e m i Il Washington farmers are suffering from an invasion of crows and are establishing crow hunts to rid themselves of time pest COME IN AND PAY Y- OURTAXES I November will soon be here and then some squealing will be heard Probably some Democrats squealing over taxes and probably some Re publican candidates squealing over their disastrous defeat Come and pay your taxes and hold on to your homes H H COLYER septSS4w 81l C PUBLIC SALE The undersigned J Stone Walker nnd Arch K Doty ns Administrators of Boyle Doty deceased will o- nSaturday October 5 beginning at tho hour of 10 a in sell nt public sale to tho highest and best bidder at and near his lato residence near Richmond Madison county Ky tho follow ing perHonnl property viz Twentyfour head of cattle consisting of one yoke of oxen Ibull 2 8yenrold 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 tra pony one old gray horse 4 extra good mares 1 John Wilkes mare 1 2horse wagon a lot of hay in stack Also will sell 25 acres of grow ing corn more less in the field and 50 acres more or less in fodder At the same time and place we will also rent about 800 acres of grass possession to be given immediately tenant to have the rightto graze same until January 1 1002 TERMsThe foregoing property will be sold for cash for all sums of 10 or less and for all sums over 10 the purchaser will be required to execute note pays abloon Jan 1 1002 without in terest with good security The grass will be rented on note with good security payable January 1 1002 without J STONE WALKER ARCH K DOTY 575901 Administrator Dissolution Notice By mutual consent the firm of Lecdn By bee was on Aucust 29 dl solndtA Jf By bee retir ing W L Leeda as heretofore in the painting and wait paper boslnew at the same on Irvine street V L LEEDS 4ftpw A F BYBEE PublicSale Theond Trisned R E T nrley as ageat of Mtrpaet J Boggi will on Thursday Oct 3 tot beginning at the hoar of 14 oclock a tile pee4e ot Margaret J Ja MIOa- eety Kentucky Deaf the Keeteekr rtter ma l Pord Kentucky cell to the hlc and heat bMder the toUowteg described prop erty Tit Two tx ci3 of Ja d loeted oa the west tide ol th Stoey MM and Ford Turnpike road and bounded as foJtowa First A crrUretrmet of land Containing by aotuai surrey 115 SOM8 acres belag tMH of the Eogga fen aoar Fw4 Kr and the east end oj MM fern a4ftafcvl UM of Alex Torpla 3Iuc MMM r Anoe Wuraei sndotharL rootaisiagbywest ed of the Mid B fgt term fcdolBiag the JIoaebtlllIghum tract PeV of the present Bogs term l IaiHc sad nwaB4lBfr he Ml eMe Me roarvd abeotO- MC HlClIItty saves sad MM ton goiag tiee tnwUoC laRd to be sold loa seat sad treat of Mid kerne porttotf- At the ae Urn sad pUec will be tM Mw foilwag pcsosaIprowrty rb1 OMbalf otabovt US Mtea ol BfO1II care a ewtola kitof sews sad oa11 shsp a pair of boad TatMW lead will be t1Ma ke SI sale are eokd with with pcvflss pststctd of iMher sod pyISOtad Mrtte th IIIL pe ps- oa W toMldf Rlt TtJRlYAct wwC Ribbons 4j The demand for Ribbons during the past beforeSttalit rihijorms ate among the most popular Velvet ribbons in all widths and prices silkItI creamimevetisler yardIn or leaderlltSpecial for two Ladies Parasols at 50cl SI 75 and up yardBURJv completetwhite P Boys at Yacht Caps at 24c pricesfrom I the I JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and Frames I WALLPAPERSLARGEST CENTRAL KENTUCKY O forceOnefourth WindowShadesmake all kinds of Shades andWhiteJJ franlsvourtJhaving+++ GEO M WILLGINGManufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints for all kindsof purposes Each upecificPaint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY YIGOREf1r Ln MERVINE AGflETIC J Sold with a Wnnes ijt Vitality teryon DebllltT Insomnia T1lIlDIf GuaranteeMemory to aid curs irYIUIUnrDI a and Venkaeue renalllnt from or liter IGanyaC5rehsotecipttpricTho For tale by Stockton IHgan Druggists dec9lr NEW FIRM NEW GOODS 4 Having taken into partnership with me Mr J F Mahler the firms name will now be Jacobs 5 TaVUv Mr Mahler is a practical Tailor and experienced Cutter having graduated at John J Mitchell Cos famous jfijfj school in New York City He will do the cutting and we guarantee lit and workman ship All work done at our store in Richmond Nobbiest Good r Latest Styles Call and see us before select kif your Fall suI- t05Jicobs Mahler 4p1rn 15 toi8a Week oct Pwa4 IS i psi MrcpN mtupmui Wts4 Pa tuspsC The most successful authcnu of tod are those who maintain an active aad able staff of pressag- entsFarm For Sale Time undersigned will sell at auction about the hour of 10 oclock a m on TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1901 On time premises on Otter Creek 3 niii from Red House the latin known a the Emerine Old ham farm confiatm of 96 acres This land is fertile watered near postofflce churclttc a1 schools and ia a desirable neighlx phaceTermsFor further information in regard lo farm call on Charles James on premise 4up4wW B OLDHAM aiIuMtii EaiiSc- hMhUe ie e4lect May hOt DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LKAVK BICHMOND r5extstwm 3I- OpFtrcSi i156a- r i 330 pW flUINtf ABKIVS RICK MONO Ptr 0 UOwL eu L w These CoolNights Mornings Should remind you of OUR fAll OVERCOATS F- oTCiJ I isI1 Made of BLACK UNFINISHED WORSTEDi GREY SERGE CLAY WEAVES TAN COVERT CLOTHS OXFORD NICUNAS ILLLQRhto4 c pnlJR8 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT 25 IDOl Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store 6febtf Democrats dont forget that next Tuesday October 1st is Registration Day Square piano fur sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldhflin 27febtf Dr Harry JL Blanton Dentist Of fice over Middlelons drug store July 17tf For the next 00 days S L Midkiff will offer his large stock of vehicles at cost 4septf Circuit Court began at Winchester Monday with the lightest criminal docket in rears Dan Breck will injure your farm or city properly against fire lightning and tornado 23sep2t Mr Louis Spencer Dani l the American monologists entertained small audience at Masonic Temple Friday night Claude IIoup and wif have gone to Kithmond to reside Mr IIoup has a position with the hums Bros of that place Valley View Argent Ou our first page Mr John Donel son proprietor of the Kentucky Carri age Works hasan interesting announcement which it will pay you to read Dan Breck has both city and farm department for the old Continental Insurance Co Assetta 1063827147 25sep2t Miss Allie Tribble assisted by lie pupils and patrons of Concord school will give nn ice cream supper Saturday nicht September 28 Proceeds for the benefit of a library Everybody cor dially invited ParrIsh Farm Sold The 112 aero farm of William Parrish near Caleast which was sold Thursday was bought by Mrs Clara Parrish his wife Special Examination A Frankfort dispatch says that a special examination for State teachers certifi cates for public schools will be held there Oct 4 and 5 Mexican War Veterans At the recent reunion at Cleveland Ohio the surviving Mexican War sol diers decided to hold their next re union at 1nrip Ky in 1902 Moonshine Still Raided Deputy Revenue Collector W X Shot t raided an illicit still on Hard wick Creek ExtiU county last Friday No shiners were found but the still was seizedSCaptain ol Footbill Team Mr Emmett Million who was quar terback at C U last year lisa bften elected Captain of the Central Universi ty foot ball team ot Danville Heia a son of exCiuuiy iclioil Superintendent Mrs A T Million and has made an enviable record in athletics Millinery Opeuinq Mrs Lee Maupin hll just returned from the cities with n beautiful aiicl elegant hoc of fall millinery which will boon display nt our opening ou next Friday and Saturday SepU 27 and 28 Ltesure to eec our line of trots and get our prices before buying else where MAUPIN SMITHA Strayed From my place near College Hill on the night of September 8a gray horse about 15 hands high with sore on shoulder caused from saddle Any information concerning this animal will be greatly appreciated It C COMD- S18sep2t College Hill Ky Box Supper Miss Bertha Iii teacher of Million district scbool assUted by pupils and patrons will give a box slipper at the school house near Million Station Saturday night September 28 In con nection with the supper there will be a cake cuttingjpr a handsome gold ring Proceeds will go towards the purchase of a districllibrary The pub lie is cordially invited and Rjaerry times is assured all who attend Election to be Held in 24 Prectaeta Because of the proxiujty of the election and the probability tlist the case could JIUt be tried before November together with tho confusion existing in the public mind in regard to the num btr of voting precincts the Democrats decided to dismiss their appeal IB the matter of redistricting the county pending before the Court of Appeals which was done yesterday The November election will therefore be heldat stated exclusively la last weeks CMMAX in the 24 voting pre cints established by Judjea Millie in stead of III 20 M heretofore OffioMK in the tour extra preiMH will IM M lectedjnafewdaysRegistratiwi TM Milky Will be ill four voting pretiMSi et iii dyuteiol Ulfeea har tafaM I Next Tuesday is regular Registration Day Green B Million Farm Sold The Green B Million farm of 313 acres near Foxtown was sold Satur day at public outcry the purchaser be ingEd Million and the price 10 per acreSFor Rent Throe brick residences on University Campus in good repair largw yards and gardens stables water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to augl4f1I H CLASTON Store Burglarized Milton Cottons store near Edenton this county was burglarized one night this week of a small amount of monov and a quantity of merchandise No clue to the thieves Registration Days Regular iegittlrrtli11 day this year comes on TiiuKday Otuher 1r1hedays for eiijiplimientHry registration are Monday Tue dny and Wednesday OCt tober 28 29 and 30 Annual Telephone Meeting Secretary James Maret of Ml Vcr non sends us an elegantly printed pro gram of the annual meeting of the Ken tucky Telephone Association which will be held at Owens oro October 2 and 3 Cheap Propeity air L T Wilson bought Monday of J B Stouffer the house and lot where he Wilson lives near the L N depot together with the storehouse occupied by him as a grocery The price paid was 1500 For Sale or Rent I have for sale or rent two houses and lots at Kindlon this county also for sale one farm containing 70 acres or more one mile west of Kingston For particulars address ISstp 4t Mus JANE GILMOUE Elected Treasurer Hon John II Chenault of this city who was last week made a member of the State Democratic Campaign Committee from the Eighth Congressional district has been elected Treasurer of the Committee Hon C C McCord is ChairmanCharged With Horse Stealing Deputy Sheriff Underwood of Jessa mine county brought here Monday James Durham n young white man whom he arrested at Ambrose on the charge of stealing a horse from Ed Ballard of Paint Lick Durham denies the chirje Prt Edgars Assistant Prof Edcars assistant at Walters CiHegiate Institute is Prof L Hunt of Farmville Va who arrived Wednesday morning Prof Hunt is a graduate of Hampton Sidney College and comes highly recommended an til todate educator Mujorlty Only Twenty The majority of James Berry over Capt Tom Ferrill for the Democratic nomination for Magistrate in Union was only 20 instead of 4S as stated in a recent issue In justice to Capt Ferrill who went down with colors flying we make this correction Cattle Sales MeW W F anti W II Park de livered Saturday to Wfel 54 hea U of ex port cattle average weillit 1340at 5- cNsrsJA and Robert Turpin of the Brookstowu section sold a few days ago to J It McKinney cattloavcrape weight 1200 at S1G5 Miss Huguely Wins The Ford Index says The dead lock in the Ford school was broken by the reslguation of Mr James Richards whose successor is Mr Cuss Williams Mrs Sam Tudor was elected a teacher ol tllft primary department and Mies Kate Huguelythe other assistant Negro Boy Preacher A negro boy preacher only ten years old ban been holding a revlvalat Four Mile church between hero and Union City for the past wek Large crowds attend each service and those who have heard Iliis precocious gosptl expounder pronounce him a real wonder Estray Heifer A small red Uljfwitlta few white spots on boJcante to my place about three tnonts ago and has since been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying charges JOE Bpsir sepl8im RicI RJH KyITurnpike t HrwksUwn Ce nIpikeMcCordsadistanceof 2J miles Mesew S Parrksh Pqi+Ire Hugaely and IL C Bofus CommisstotoeHi appointed by IhecoYrt examined aHd reeeivwl same bwt week The proiero4ia far wers 01 the Brooskwu eHty who wltVicnrt a muiinur hAys eootribtited their pfVtJOrI J1 of sxpg ki ibs eon traeH l turnpike li other part of consr hse been eat vI fm an- rkMtasIahI by bad ridi ilwe p adte noe that thiicptkfllI Jay p1d1 lMi1ug raipidl7 pUAJ 10 w pletioo r rv Beauties 3 For All A JWellBntbebest flowersf 1 can be II O it Floral Decorations f arebeauties We possess and practice the necessa ry KNOW HOW Inns trangEach order receives tention our personal t BELL The Florist J LEXINGTON KY t HENRY L PERRY Agt c Jells Flowers go EYerywfcerej Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky nprl7tf If you want to vote at the November election be sure and register next Tuesday Mulct Harris Better The condition of lion Johu D Harris whose serious illness was noted in a recent issue of the CLIMAX is very much improved and his physicians hold out assurance of an early recov ery Notice I wish to notify the public that after this date Twill do no more crediting as I pay cash and it takes cash to ran tho business Please dont ask it 5 Respectfully septll4t Eo BERRY Assessor on Ills Rounds Assessor Thomas O Curry begaif last week his annual assessment of the tax able properly of the county Inmak ing returns dont forget that the valua tion Is as of September 15 Mr J T Berry acting as Deputy Assessor will list the property in Richmond Magisterial district Low Rates to Minneapolis One fare for round trip via Queen Crescent Route October 7 8 10 and 12 account National Convention of the Christian Chnrch Finest service in the South He sure your tickets read via this line Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rinearson G T A sep25 2t House Burned Mr Robert Smiley living on the Irvine pike four miles from town had the misfortune to lose his house and contents by fire Saturday night Th e family had a narrow escape the roof being ready to fall in when they awoke He estimates his loss at SSOO with not a cent of insurance Off to The Pen Deputy Sheriff Frank Kennedy took to the Frankfort penitentiary yester day Breck JValker colored anti Ada Estes white convicted at the recent term of court Dock Lowry who was also convicted will rernainiu jail here Jays pending the action of Court of Appeals on the verdict in his case Under the Rod at Affliction Editor James L Sowers of the Valley View Argent has been passing un der the rod of affliction For several weeks past his wife tins been Cry ill and a few days ago he had the misfor tune to lose his youngest childa six months old baby by death Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to him in his bereavement More Young Women Than Usual The State College at Lexington has the distinction this year of having more young women enrolled than ever be fore at the beginning of a term There will be a girls department in the gym nasium and friends of the college hope that an office will be created for a wo man assistant to the regular instructor in the gymnasium Hums Cooperage Co Incorporated The Hume Cooperage Company which has just completed mammoth barrelfactory in this city filed articles of incorporation in the office of the Secretary of State at Frankfort last Tuesday It has 100000 cap ital stock The stockholders of the company are E B8 B and W S Hume till of this city A Boon to Lumbermen As n result ot recent heavy rains in the mountains there was a big tide in the Kentucky river last week which brought thousands of logs to the mills at Irvine Ford and Valley View The mills at Ford received about 10000 and the Southern Lumber Co 5000 which will set the saws to buzzing again and give employment to the idle Dont Do It or You Will Lose Your Vote Did you ever notice says the Har rodsburg Democrat that shout the time sixty days expire a lot of fool Democrats begin to move from one precinct to another and lose their votes by doing Have you also observed that a Republican never does a thing ot this kind If you know one of the latter show him to us anti take our hat or a new one Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports 500 cattle on the market A few feeders of 1000 lbs brought 4c 900 pound feeders S3 40 1 load of good butcher stuff 3 to 330 eood yearlings 4c common yearlings au to 1Jic good heifers 3c light com mon heifers 21 to 2jc 14 900 Ib steers 3c tat cows 2jc about 100 mule colts sold j common 25 to 515 good 50 to 75 broke mules flOQ to 120 Barrel Factory Starts Up JIume Bros mammoth hand factory at this place begun operation time past week and finished barrels by the hun dreds are now being turned out daily Most of tlur tOeD who were employed in the plants at Frankfurt and Silver Creek have been Brought hero and this addition to Richmonds iiultwtrial array is quite noticnhlel Of coupe nothing like time full capacity 1if the plant has been reached yet but the re suit is nevertheless gratifying and is a guaranteed what will be done when all the departments are IIi full blast Two car loads of barrels wore shipped away Friday The company has soy eral big orders ahead Mud the pros pects are that tho present force of men will be largely Increased The value of this immense Industry to Richmond cannot WOVe estimated All HAM of business have already begun to feel lie revivifying efftct Ma yof our un etnplnyd have work iRwe money M in circulation and trha received s new ipipetn Vow ft w e en Meat tlr Ii j A maebbie hngs ae4 U i propoMd ouoiaf Ifcsttwy WI will fc deed brctt to the paq Winter Clothing After months of ceaseless effort we have col lected a vast assortment of worlds best values in mens wearing apparel and we confidently assert that no store in Kentucky can give you mote for your dollars than we can Heavy Winter Suits 5 00 r Allwool Winter Suits 6 50 Extra Allwool Suits 8 00 fine Suits 1000 1250 andup Even in our cheapest suits quality is considered before pr- iceOVERCOATS WeVe a great assortment of matchless values You cantt4 afford to buy until youtve seen Y thtCorduroy Pants The famous Keystone brand guaranteeda new pair free if they rip in any seamnoth ing better for hard wear exactly your size in our great stock try them once RUBBER BOOTS FELT BOOTS HEAVY SHOES DRESS SHOES And every thing else to clothe your feet in comfort for cold weather A large stock to select from CovingtouBuuksOUTFITTERS AND BOYS fo t to to to Parks Sale Administrator Henry Patterson sold last Thursday near Paint Lick the per sonalty Of the late Mrs Margaret Parks Horses brought from 20 to 110 four fed cattle 1050 a head cowa21 to Ii calves 1450 to SlU corn 212 to 219 per barrel wheat cents per bushel Household and kitchen furniture sold low The farm of 20J acres was rented to George Smith for 825 Given Thirty Days to File Answer In the case of Dr Dudley S Rey nolds of Louisville against Central University for 15000 foralleged breach of contract as lecturer in the Medical College at Louisville Judge Scott over ruled the several demurrers and gave the defendants thirty days In which to file an answer The case will be tried at the December term lion A J Car roll of Louisville represents the plain tilT and lion Jerry A tullivau of this city the defendants A Floral Curiosity Mrs JohnMershon of Hallie Irvine street has growing in her yard a rare flower curiosity which is attracting much attention among her neighbors It is a rose bush on astern of which blooming side by side are two beauti ful perfectlyformed roses one white the other red Time seed Irom which the rose bush grew were purchased from Mr Hart who will now doubtless be beseieed by flower lovers for some of the same sort of seed Lecture Course Tho Masoriicr Lodge of this city has decided to put on a lecture course hero this winter and has engaged Mr T E Arnold as manager The very best talent on the American lecture platform has been secured nod season tickets embracing five choice lectures for 2 will soon be on sale The list of attractions is as follows John Temple Graves October 29 Carter the Magician November 10 Wm Hawley Smith December 8 Lyrical Ladies of Chicago January 6 Elias Day February 4 Accidentally Cut James Parks colored who works for II 10 Herndon was arrested and placed in jail Saturday night charged with cutting Sam Turner also colored Both claim the cutting accidental Turners version of time trouble is that the two were ou Main street talking to a woman when Parks snatched an open knife out of the womans hand and he Turner being nearby was accidentally struck in the leg the keen knife blade making an ugly gash Turner bled like a hog and was taken to the jail office where he received medical attention Parks was released on bond pending an investigation of tire caseI Will Enter lain Rlefemoad BusiMac Men Jn return for the hospitality extoaded them on their business trip through Kentucky the Louisville Board ol Trade will entertain the business men asd city and coiMty officials of fUch rnoad Vecsaiia Lawrenceburg Slid byville and the other points visited by them at tfcIateretate Fair in Louis villa frewSept 26th which IMS ben faAtMifA M Kentucky Dny This iwiUfirKge formally wel COIned to LoMkyilW then taken ta the aIr groands where a liendmeoa wiR to- eiIerd iC their honor aed finally they will ha ntradeedto lbs guy illdk tve fafti A ood eiesd dep tioo wtil o from berei j Election Officers Selected The County Election Commissioners Messrs JoInt B Chenault Wailer Ben nett and II H Colyer met Thursday and after agreeing to have list of elligi bles ready by the following day ad journed until Friday when they completed their work by selecting the fol lowing officers for time November elect tion Although the Board is composed of two Democrats and one Republican every man proposed as an officer by the Republican Commissioner was appointed thus showing thefairness of the Democrats and silencing the complaint of the most bitter Republican partisan Precinct No 1 Court houseJ H Kennedy D W Smith K Judges J Dykes D Clerk John TaylorR Sheriff City Hall No 2LT Wilson D W C Fielder R Judges Joint Mer shon D Clerk WT Gripgs R Sheriff University No 3D M ChenanltD T C Adams It Judges W It Shackelford D Clerk T 0 Lowery R Sheriff Chenault No 4 John McCord D A T Chenaulc II Judges Newland Jones It Clerk Harrison Williams D Sherff White Hall No 5 Eugene Burgin D J S Minter R Judges Granville Clark Jt del k John W Shearer D Sheriff McCreary No 6Jnke Shearer D John W Reed It Judges Wm Risk R Clerk J 0 Brooks D Sheriff Tipton No 7W W Combs D Simpson Norris R Judges Joe W Lewis R Clerk IL K Mellon D I Sheriff Waco No 8W F Fielder D J E Coruelison R Judges M T Bybee R Clerk i William Terrill D Sheriff Kavanaugh No Thomas McKin hey D C C Morris R Judges W IL Miller R Clerk John Doty D Sheriff Bear Wallow No10 William Gooch D Joe Norris R Judges W P Sand lin R Clerk James Combs DShoriff Kingston No llJ B larks D Joaephens Wilson It Judges Luther ToJd R Clerk R W Boulware D Sheriff Blue Lick No 12B S Terrill D John Bales It Judges AI Settle R Clerk John Johnson D Sheriff Berea No 13 John D Goodloe D E L Robinson R Judges T J Os bow It Clerk LaFayette Vaughn D SherifFSDuncaunou No l4lf M Miller D J C Mason t Judges H E Allen K Clerk James While D Sheriff Barnaul No 15John W Mallard D Win West R Judges Milliard Davidson R Clerk L A Allen D Sheriff Teds No 10Stevo Jones D KInch Tudor H Judges R V BrOwti It Clerk George Shepherd D Sheriff Crutcbor No IiT J Curtis D John Murphy R Judges j Win Good let R Clerk M B ArbuckleDSher iir Poosey No 18 Eivador Tudor D Sam Carn iiler K Judges JNHedrenR Clerk Thoraae Warner D Sheriff Newby No lOWw Tarner D Jake Long R Judges Kl E Tadcr k R Bt yant IIolsMm D Sheriff feiXKeretaff No 20Bev lejr Broad das D Jamee Jna R Jadgwsj We iMMt It Clerk W C Bi mtOT DStwriir Nce vsi4ias at 4o feo kowu- net to biktlw Aiwtralrn n dug thn ipdalcI n4 ie lahuddlag oi Thibet Ij DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING OF BAGRAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE I DUSY DE ULL CASH STDH Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale 7e 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 Departments it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were S15 and SiS are now 9 to 11 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now S65Q to 8 Suits that were 750 to S9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and Childrens suits and pants have beer cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them Wheu we say half price we dont exaggerate Call and see for yourselves dont take our word for it Bring your boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay with us long at these prices We mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as hit a stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy ell 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 fur sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to 9ome we are very respt W D OLDIIAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Confederate Meeting Adjutant General L J Fraree re quests the CLIMAX to say that a meet lug of Confederate Veterans will be held at the court house on next Satur day October 5 at 2 pIn to select delegates to the State meeting at Louis villa October 22 and 23 Some valuable information regarding the Louisville meeting will be found on our first page Richmond A 0 U Ws at Stanford iThe following degree team from Rich mond Lodge No 74 A O U W head ed by Capt L J Frazee wiifloave this morning fur Stanfoid where they will assist iu instituting a new AO U W Lodge tonight W P Baxter John Flora II C Rice C H Pigg C F Higgins Robert Golden W W Broaddus Rufus Sims A T Parrish Farmers Lose Heavily FarmerS in Madison and Estill coun ties liad their crops in the lowlands badly damaged by the recent rise in the Kentucky river A gentleman here Saturday from near the mouth of Drowning Creek tells us that Robert huh lost 125 barrels John W Moores 40 barrels William Cain 10 barrels and Emerine and Friend considerable quantity each Such a heavy rise in the river at this season of tIme year is something unusual and the unfortu nate farmers were unprepared for it Teachers Program The teachers of Madison county will hold their fourth meeting at Newby Saturday October 5 beginning at 10 a m with devotional exercise and music Welcome AdtlrescMIaa Belle Million Response R Lee Davis How parents hinder teachers Misses Lelfa Harris Anna Duncan How parents may help teachers Misses Mnuie Baxter Iva llendreu and Sarah Jones The effects of good literature on the life of the childMiss Maude Mason The importance of the teacher being a ChrislianC F Brock Noon Dinner on the ground 130 How elevate the teachers pro fession in time Slate Mrs WfcH m- Icr Oliver Brook iiographyMiSeStalisTemplemaii What the library k doing for the schools Misses Emma Duncan smith Ber ha Green How secure a longer school lenin Messre I OrowPeytoaOmu Th ImportAnce of Mature ntudies lLottte1ullJoAJIendreofiHt oflnriHg i Milw to re them Iw Belle lehman Mr Dave Ciwaawk and 8 WMoore 4j4 tsehsa amid pailODare In4to like part athe 9iteM ioMi ol these ubje slid jl tPbo sod Intend oIahht o- pnISMU1 Goes West Dr D L Fry the wellknown and popular Kirksville dentist has decided to go West and this week he and his estimable wife who was the handsome Miss Emma Middelton will leave for Great Falls Montana to locate Dr Fry is a graduate of the Cincinnati Col lege of Dentistry and stands high both professionally and socially He antI Mrs Fry will be greatly missed at Kirksville and while their departure occasions genuine regret they take with them the sincere good wishes of a host of friends for their success and happiness in their far oil Western home A statistician avers that one in every six of Chicagos population leaves the city on a vacation during the suramir montlmsILandN Low Rates The L N announces tIme following low rates One fare to Winchester and return September 27 and 28 good returning till 29th Account Colored Fair Oiie fare to Louisville and return on September 23 to October 5 good returning October 7 Account Inter State Fair and Horse Show 150 to Cincinnati and return Sun day Seotember 29 leaving 355 a m returning leaves Cincinnati 755 p m One fare to Carlisle Ky and return October 2 and 3 good returning till October Account Reunion 7ih Ken tuck Cavalry and ISth Kentucky Infantry One fare to Lexington and return on October 7 to 18 good returning till 19 Account Annual Rnce Meeting One fare to Cynthiana and return September 25 26 and 27 good returning September 28 Account lk9 Street Fair Special train to Louisville andre turn without change of cars leaving Richmond 6 a in September Ac count Kentucky Day at Interstate Fair One fare for round trip Stops the Cough and Works o2 the cord Laxative Bromo Qtinlne Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents A kangaroo liaR been known to clear eleven feet at a jump The best record of a deer Is nine feet and six inches Sfxly Years MPofiularUy PerryDavistollS to iwll time iuuito see t you X eHllllw tin fttiWigjssietty f rcoh colilH broa t ThetO1Mtp4544tIO5I9 Md 18 stsuhlng troops Ti M is an ha erases lboat iOOOIn INIl1onl GM 3- IOUCtPP4lY t if1Nur wi Ifimi tu1 with IH1jdd DO YOU WANT To sell 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over come by Pain Killer It if equally health promoting in all climates lhe railways of the world carry 2 000000000 passengers and 950000000 tOilS of freight in a year The Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again the school bell rings at morning and at noon again with tens of thousands of the hardest kind of work has begun the renewal of which is a mental and phy sical strain to all except the most rUt Red The little girl that a few days ago had roses in her cheeks dud the little buy whose lips were then so red you would haveinsisted that they had been kissed by strawberries have already lust something of the appearance of health Now is a time when many children should be given a tonic which may avert much serious tronble and we know of no other so highly to be recommended as Hoods Sarsaparllla which strengthens the nerves perfects digestion and assimilation anti akls montnl development by building upt- Ime whole system llseplm Self denial week of the British Salvation Army resulted in 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your nAoft not have ttaeoa nama and addmn for free aampltx UNEEDME POLISH CO Chatham Pa 3lju1y0m PITTSBURG g iCENTRAl STOCK YARDSJ1 EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets 6 Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at tentionmetlH WEEK DAYUSMES CTMflS ODONNELL General Mgr CINCINNA TI FALL FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER f628 QUEEN 4 CRESCENT ROUTE l1 EXCURSION RATES TO THE QUEEN CITY Greatest Attractions Ever Offered Floral Pageant Night Parade Industrial Parade Sacred Concerts Park Fetes Midway Fireworks i Etc Etc tt t t Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars i J 0 General Manager CINCINNATI OHIO GenPassAgt p C C E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and Treas 1L M WARE General Manager ttI V Tae Jefferson Duity 2ury o M J Incorporated A Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market tttJ jtJourza J cJItreq sires LESS money to J an Investment in The JeHer3+ son than in any other +II + + vIrtuallyOronodAAtrial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson A b HOME OFQICE II No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KYV ono nZED 1866 QEOW MORRIS Pres WW BITE Vice Pre TBB MUTUAL UfR INAN EG 7 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David TienJaHenry A Hodge Supt Agcneiei Kealacfcy Admitted AsitU Dec 31 1000 J8et87M 2S blUUuUS Dee 31 1800 MlSM H Increase SurpIus 15097432 Income lot 1900 yen JHK M WEiceuInslralCe Ii Fwse lecmfer 311MIi s45w s itttltllll I p I i ROOSEVELTS BRIL LIAN CAREER Genius and Force Marked Every StePPresident at43CCol Theodore Roosevelt 43 who by succession to tho tlecbiised William Mclvinley forthwith bncumes Preti dent of the United States has at nIl times in his career been a dramatic yet u lusal figure in American politics and an exceptionally successful one Al tliuugh a graduate of New York politics it was as a triumphant enemy of Tarn many that lie emerged from the State to the national arena and with his love fur sirpnuous life reaped honors in bd wjldering successioa from the fields hunted over In vain by the old uud crafty politicians lung in tile chase lioosevelt comes of old Holland stock being born in New York City Oct 27 1S58 with generations before him of Knickerbocker blood His mother however was a deceudantof Archibald Bullock the first President of Georgia in the American Revolution He grad uated from Harvard in 1SSO traveled in Europe and in the year after gave up the study of law to enter politics He was elected by the Republicans to the Assembly in theTwentyfirtNew York City District and twice was reelected He soon became n leader in lila party in the Legislature and when that body became Republican in 1884 became Chairman lie was champion of the first State Civil Service laws and was chairman of a committee that investi gated abuses of county officials in New York City secured acts abolishing the fee system In county offices and one depriving Aldermen of veto power over the Mayors appoinments After his retirement from the Legislature Roosevelt spent some time in North Dakota on a ranch and developed into the enthusiastic sportsman he has since remained He made an unsuc cessful race for Mayor of New York in 18SC against Abram S Hewitt Demo crat who was elected and Henry George In 18S9 he was appointed a Civil Service Commissioner by Presi dent Harrison and in 1895 resigned to become President of Now York Board of Police Commissioners in Mayor Strongs administration He stopped police protection and en forced the excise and Sunday laws As Aesistant Secretary of the Navy in April 1897 Roosevelt devoted all his energy to devising improvements and studying the navy When the Spanish War broke out he quickly resigned and threw his heart into the organization of the Rough Riders whose part in the Cuban campaign is well known As Lieutenant Colonel under Col Leonard S Wood now Governor General of Cuba he distinguished himsel particu larly at Las GuHsimas and the capture of San Juan Hill After the war Roosevelt was nomi nated for Governor of New York by Republicansand in 1893 beat Augustus Van Wyck Democrat by 17780 plural ity He reformed the administration of the canals pressed the enactment of an improved civil service law and ap plied the merit system in county offices He induced the Legislature to assess railroad franchises to use streets as real estate in the face of a storm from party Itaders and corporations When the last national campaign drew nigh Roosevelt insisted upon try ing for another term as Governor of New York which he was considered sure to get in case tie went before the people and protested that he did not want the nomination for VicePresident that was pressed upon him from all sides The party leaders in his own State were opposed to his reentering the State campaign having apparently desigis that conflcted with his fixed ideas of what the Governors policy should be When Roosevelt went to the convention at Philadelphia how ever he found that body so thoroughly organized to force the nomination upon him that he capitulated Like Mc Kinley he had no opposition whatever in the convention During the campaign he bore the brunt of the canvass and vied with the indefatigable Bryan in racing over the country and making speeches at as many points as his own physical endurance would permit He invaded the West particularly and was elected by 302 electoral votes against 155 cast for his Democratic opponent Adlai E Stevenson Massachusetts is a nice state to talk about southern unfairness in voting With an average Democratic vote of 170000 against only about 203000 Republicans she always is so gerraman deredthat tho former party baa a fight ing chance in only two Congressional districts Perhaps it is true that exclusion wont exclude that anarchists will still be able to creep into this country despite laws to keep them out Per haps But even so they will not be able to make public speeches that turn the heads of simpletons So far as we have heard no one has as yet presented any Fourth of July presents to either Columbia or Venezuela calisthenics Are a benefit to women But to women who are suffering from diseases injuryWhendown pains sideache or ether indications of womanly weak ness exercise can only aggravate the condition Ths Ipustbefore can be developed by exer ciseDr Pierces Fi- tvoritePTescription makes weak women strong and sick women well It does the1woirianly uDdcnuineth- eitneral health It stops the drains that weaken womenheals inflammation and ul ceratvon and cure female weakneSs- When I irtcom Doctorliewrites Mrs George Stol Gaaccroort SararopCelf y J KB suffering froBi male wmk a areeebie MMtlbMrinli unittiydtaklogyournacliduefeel icttfr I tooItmrbottlM of Dr ritrcej MedicalDiccvery Weniedyqo7uC eCOliglI Lryoir kiII4 lWe ed the good isrme M tioee Ittt i hrh1 taWJic1Mdicltle eftalUlarit FrtIcJoJ1pZieroVs I On Jelliesreierves and pickles spread n thin coating of PURE REFINED PARAFFINE WIll keep them Absolutely moisture nod acid pure ltellned larfllne allO roeful In a dozen otbtr ways bout tile bou ptUpIGIdSTANDARD OIL O COST J000 TO FIND THAT THE AUGER BROKE ExGov James B McCreary And ExSecretary Carlisle Have an Experience in Oil CourierJournal Former Go v McCreary told an interesting story at Seelbacba Hotel last night regarding his experience in the oil fields of West Virginia many years ago He was a member of the House of Representatives and t cost him 1000 to learn that all that flows is not oil It was during one of tho long sessions of Congress that one of the members from West Virginia approached the Representative of the Eighth district of Kentucky and told him that oil had been discovered on his farm In the wilds of West Virginia He said that ho had discovered oil on his farm and wanted five men togo in with him and assist in developing the property said Mr McCreary He soemed so positive that he had found oil in large quantities that he- adh no trouble in securing five men to- go into the deal with him Among the number was Mr John UCarlisle then Speaker of the House and myself Each of us put up a thousand dollars and the member from West Virginia rcturnedo his farm to bore for oil Ho was gone about two weeks and a half and one morning he was discovered in his accustomed seat in the House I asked him what success he had had He replied that the well was being bored and tIe thought oilwould be found There was a meeting of the commit tee of five that afternoon and it was dc cided that the Congressman from West Virginia should return home andcon tinue the search for oil Six weeks later he returned to Washington bronzed And tiredMr met him on the floor of the House ono morning and asked him if oil had been struck No1 replied the Congressmanthe- auger broke Oil was never struck That was mi first and last experience with oiand it cost me 1000 to team that all thats greasy is not oil Many physicians arc now prescribing Kodol lyspepsia Cure regularly hav ing found that It is the best 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 and it therefore cures indigestion and dyspepsia no matter what ltd cause T Ierry Thomas Dont be toosure that the Danish West Indies are to come in just yet awhile True things look promising but they have looked that way so often in the past in this particular case that there is reasoft to fear that they are deceitful Norris Silver North Stratford 2v II r I purchased a bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure when suffering with a cough doctors told me was incurable One bottle relieved me the second and third almost cured To day I am a well man Perry Thomas People who are anxious to find out what their ancestors did should re member that they will be ancestors themselves some dav and study to so act that their posterity may be proud of them Dont wait until you become chroni cally constipated but take DeWitts Little Early Risers now and then rhcy will keep your liver and bowels in good order Easy to take Safe pills Perry Thomas That San Francisco Smelting Com panythat offered S2500Q reward for the return of that stolen gold has welshed Isnt there some way of holding such people to a reckoning B W Pursbll Kintersville Pa says he suffered 25 years with plies and could obtain no relief until DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effected perma nent cure Counterfeits are worthless Perry Thomas BEREA From the Citizen Mr and Mrs God W Amos are moving to Springfiold Mo C 11 Itawlins has Just returned from prospecting tour in the mountains A larger number of students than ever before haveentered school for the fall term Dr Raymond and family and Prof and Mrs C Itezfcrd Raymond are oc cupying the house vacated by Prof- Marsh and family J W Stephens the agent of the L t N railroad hero is taking n lay oil for a few days R Burler from Millers burg relieving him Tile County Colored Teachers Association will4sonvenoatthe First Baptist church of Berea Friday Sept 20th at 10 a m- Proleggor II M Penniinari on tho opening day of the term received a check for 5000 for the Endowment Fund from friend of the College known only to him J JI Hart W R Gabbard U H Gabbard J L Ambrose and C C Preston are taking In the slglita at otherI ayInesday Thats pluck that will win lOWowhaitakellthe agency for Douglas A Crutcher outfitters ofRich monil A lull line of Baiuples of ladles and gent8i1hanl gents furnishings will be kept Sot fllsfIC ion and tosetect from iiie prices CC all goods will be the same here Mat Richmond AltorHeyGeiiwftl Knox Ruiiwfr OH which side hif bread Is butlered He yDEpttes Mt CM taIyfev v1 = 11 WORTHY SOCCESSOR SiplMfl New Under the Sun CATARRH InintatefofluTheirmembranes cansins them to crask open and bleed The powerful acilij nsed in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the saint niHinbranus that their makers have alined to euro while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has fur years made a closu atiidvindspcciahty oj the treatment CATARRH has at last perfect 01 P Treatmnt which when fuIthflllly used not only relieves at once but pernancntly cures GATAKRH by reliioviug the cause stopping the dig cliarcos anti curiugnll infliiinnmtion It is the only remedy known to science partsThisSNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is soM at the extremely price of One Lolureach piickfljre containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full months treatment antieverythiug necassary to its usa perfectCATAlWIInow recognized as the only safe anJ positive cure for that annoying and dis xustine disease It cures all inflamma tion quickly and permanently and is hAYFEVER ortenleadsFLES will save you if you use it at once It is no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is positively anyformdirections which accompany each pack age Dont but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the reanlar price cf SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE theUnitetl0959EDWINand 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr The biggest ignoramus that we have ever heard of is the foot In this county who is going about his neighborhood and saying that n Democrat shot Mc Kiniey to prevent his pardoning Jim Howard and Caleb Powers Languages too punyto describe the heinousness of the assult on our beloved President but tim assassination of Goebel is the worst of the two One was the work of a crank who is opposed to all forms of government and the other a premedi tated conspiracy at the head ot which were men in high places who may be sure that in time their sins will find them out As between Colgos and the fiend who Assassinated Goebel the former is noble by comparison HeI took his life in Ills hands to do lilt bloody deed The assassin of Gotbel hid his cowardly carcasa to fire the shot and then fled like a whipped spaniel Curses and death be upon both of them though the earth is too small for their hated presence Harrodsburg Democrat lIon R C Warren who was at Frankfort Tuesday at the meeting of the Slate Central and Executive Corn mittees tells us that Governpr James B McCreary made a splendid talk be tore the Committees which had under advisement the nomination of a United States Senator by a prima v While the Governor was willing to take his chances in a primary he did not think it expedient and his speech giving his reasons was full of convincing argn menta and soun reason All of the candidates spoke some of them several times but Mr McCrearys effort was by far the best Mr Warren thinks There is little doubt in Mr Warrens mind that Madiscn county will furnish the next Senator and be thinks It will take only one ballot to decide the matter Everything points to Mr McCrearys success and there is every reason why he should bo elected With strength all over the State and several districts solid for him it looks at this stage of tho game as if it will be McCreary first and the rest nowhere Stanford Jour nalCTalk about tyranny What tyranny is worse than that of one man who refuses to let the millions of others in this country select the man of their choice to rule them J PJcrpont Morgan always has potatoes for every meal Considering pres emit prices he is about the only man In the country who can afford such a luxury Dont the reports from South Africa remind you of Weylers from Cuba a few years ago They do us Admiral Howlspn has certainly looped the loops in great shape Your Subscription is due Please Pay up HALF FARE T- OMirniapolls Minnt October 8 9 j 1and 13 From points in Central Passenger As soclation Territory October 78 10 and 12 From points in Southeastern Passenger Association 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