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Sterility a Specialty rOffice at stable on corner First and- Walcr Streets Richmond yapr717 lIeC JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery CKhcePrather Buildine Main Street Tflephoue at residence the tar place on Broadway RICHMOND KKNTDCKT EVANS MDGW PlIYSlCtAN AND SURGEON J RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY Dt 1att1t QoSQ nENTIST OP LoCtviLLx Ky Omce next door to GoTernment Building nicbmSnd Ky Office hours 8 to Wl to noi71Y DR LAND IAN Hotel GI non XSelueeday Oct 9 Our Goods fI Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial jJiB1B Iss- SItefflik ll1 ilfjl Tbe ladies cannot be decehed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteANDGiDsonl I am gent for the Page Wire Fence rAnd will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tin es Also pure bred Durock Jerey hogs for sale J T COY Klrkirllle Ky 1LEYT THESCTA1LOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape rind iwMhr garments are unsarpa sed He has just received an elegant lot ol IM RT DrABI From New York and d stres to nMk you an up to data SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts perdo ally allthe clothes his house tarns out He is easily the equal of Wakh Wiaterer any tailor west of New York 100 tITRyHrMw j MAIN St LTXUGTON y 13feblv eScJEWELRY is iThe largest stock in central Kentucky will be found yiCTORBQAERTS i Store Lexington Ky For repairing Splitecond and + + Swiss Watch+ st also j- t Diamond Setting and finer Jewelry Work done by + + + Expert Workmen- Ij nlso make a specially ofMEOALS ItntieninHave you Seen n t ofBryantimes My Motto Is RELIABLE OOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaertt 57 E KYl3fcbly tlU- a RESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man McGREAT ahoveAntyyancoceltInIanItyhood anti Old Men recover outhfui Vigor it liiiI6Soxes2b11naiILnpIainp3ckJ lgtcnguarantcc OB JLA O1A11IA atiI For sale by Stockton ilagan 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IeaIaava1- M IaM irrla IkIlTMP aflg sasipi S1 O GIPFc M vrGx J v CvrPL X WasIa a D C zTAtoAgP- AVtas WI DC WpGPAP cr Lead Kindly Light J President McKInlcys Farorlte Iljmnl Lead kindly Light amid the encircling gloom Lead Tbou me on The night Is dark and I am far from home Lead Thou me on Keep Thou my ftet I do not ask tosee The distant scene one step enough for me I was not crer th1a t nor prayed that Thou ShouldatltacUineou- I Jlove to choose and see my path but now Lead Thou me on I loved the garish day and spite of fears Pride ruled mywill Uemember not past years So long Thy power has blest me sure it still Will lead me on Oermoor and fen oer cragund torrent till The night is gone And with the morn those angelfaces smile Which I hare lotedlongslneeandlostawhilel Cardinal John Henry Newman TilE PAST RECALLED Happyjack Relates strange Incident 4S lUchmond Ky Sept 31001 Could we pick up sonieot the events of life in our fingers and examine them as we could a shell what a wonderful cabinet of curiosities we would have Let me relata series of coincidences coverinj more than thirty years This morning thirtysevuri yeais ago Gen John II Morgan was killed at Greenville Term My brother was badly wounded I got him into a bug gy and on into Jonesbor and asl en tered town a littSe giri apparently about eight years old tsaw my brother lying across my lap almost exhausted from loss of blood so much so that he lid not notice what followed I had rjrhercllmcan she do for yon and running to the yard gate handed me two bottles of wine By this time her mother a lady who seemed to be about 35 or 40 years old came to us I see sir you are In trouble please tell me what I can do for you and I will help you if I can I asked her if she could furnish me a- very light blanket that my brother could throw around him bra coat if he should ever get able to walk about the hospital I can suit you as well as you can bcsuiled17 said she If I tad had a large wholesale house to have selected from I could not have found a more suitable blanket So much for thatThirty years alter this I went to the Falkland Islands near Cape Horn and in some way a little girl named Eliza beth Pearcy whose father was Consul at Colon in Colombia South America got hold of my name and wrote me that she was 13 years old and was manager of the childrens department of the Centennial State exposition at Nashville TenllaltI to please send her something for her exhibit I showed leerlete to Isix Jittle girls in Stanley the capital of theIst and tinder Uhirtee njyearsof ngofianU asked them to got me up some JuLio fancy wOrk for little Miss Pearcy and they didoByUlewnvtheepeoperofL- ice Ealklanda are a very cultured peo tile We then went to a photographer and had our photos taken together and maired them nnd their fancy work with a few other articles to our little friend in Nashville and I also enclosed her a few lines telling her of the kindness of Mrs Maxweliffljillier little girl to my brother at Jonesboro This letter found its way into a newspaper and the newspaper found its way to Beetle City Montana Six mouths after this I received a letter from ayoung lady in Beetle City named Slammous telling me that her mother the little child whohanded methc wine and her grandmother who handed me the blanket Were sitting bytelling her what to write to me Could you have read such a letter undersuch circum stances with dry eyes 82 years alter the occurrence and 15000 miles apart I leave told this a thousand times aud am truly sorry I cannot tell the world of their timely and tender care for my brother and fif his and my lifetime gratitude to them The mail priortb time one bringing this letter bropght me the sad tidings of my brothers death Thank heaven their kindness was not misplaced His life was a very useful one Hu was a lawyer well known throughout the State and wns chosen to fill several honorable posi tion by the people where he was horn and reared whom he loved rind who Joved him His favorite motto was For the right that needs asslatance Against the wron that needs resIstance For the future in tbe distance And the good that I can do Who blames me for being proud il sirch a brother Who blames me Who blames me Itespt HAPPY JACK womanslle enoughaaIUs we owe our world and everything should be made as possibleforher childbirth This is Just wkat lOTHERfSV FRIEND Ibbysand painless ad that without takr lng daI s Ut lfltent Tt is IiilllpIyto be to this siasctesjfttWiWiAMomea It I tbrgh t1e skincarry ing aIreiihiand I Jt streDjillensthe whOIeystem and I prevents aU of discomforts of- prigancy 1 IPanamapcaIaeithitThlv I I Get Mwthecs rr4 tJJN- 1nIt I e SI rh4dj Tile BrfIi RuIatc Co1- ATLNTAGAI I Writefor our free jHtntratod book II Before Baby is Born Wl ROOSEVELTS IDEA 5 ABOUT THE TRUSTS Believes in Government cot I trol and Publicity J In his speeches while in ofliie anti iyhile campni nintr Air lluosevelt has recognized jjrievahCHK of the people against certain forms combination or capital in the industrial and commer cial world 5le believes that the trusts should be uiider national and State control and that tbe first step toward reform should be the enforced publication of their accounts lie dibcusml the trusts in hid first message as Governor He in sisted on greeter publicity but said lrhe machinery of modern business isso vast and complicated that great caution mustlm exorcised iulntroduc ing radical changes for fear the unfore seen effects may take the shape of widespread disaster And again later in discussing the same problem he went still farther saying SOur interests are at bottom common injtbe long run we go up or go down together Yet moro and more is it evident that the State and if necessary tIi6natoD has eot to possess the right supervision and control as regards the great corporations which lira Itt creatures particularly as regards tit Kreat business combinations which tie rixe a portion of their importance fnmi tlie existence of some monopolistic teedencySiAs to the rights of the people with respect to public franchises this from One of Mr Koosevelta messages as Governor in dduseof the Franchise rax Law is regarded as an unequivo cal exposition of his position The Franchise Tax Law is framed with the intent of securing exact and equal justice no more no less It is not in any way intended as a means of persecuting or oppressing corporations Hut it is intended that properly which derives its value from the grant of a privilege by the public shall be taxed proportionately to the value of the privilege granted Do you suffer from piles If do not turn to surgery forrelief DeWitt qnickhyand danger of an operation FKKBY THOMAS Howison has been excused and an other man put in his place Howison is glad Schley is glad and Sampson bnt nobody knows what that gallant old teadog thinks of the subject Lewis Ockerraan Joslien Iced De Witts Little Early Kisfis nevr bend me double like other pills but do their work thoroughly and makemc feel like a boy Certain thorough gentle PER CY TuoltAsSThe trade follows the fUg theorists declare that Cuba is ungratuful because she prefers to deal with Europe rather than with the United Slates Perhaps she is but that doesnt explain the slip up in tile theory W T Wesson Gholsonvile Yat druggist writesI Your One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction mlrforbles PEttily THOMAS By the way while we are on the sub ject what of the responsibility those corporations that imported the cattle of which anarchists are made in order to beat down the wages of American labor 1 had long suffered from indiges UltyMoparations hut never found anything KodolDyapepshmsA friend who had suffered similarly I DrspepslaCure KodolDyspesiahim a total wreck PcnhY THOMAS PAINT LIClt Miss Maggie T Sandusky of Lexington is visiting her aunt Mrs Robt Unyn Mr and Mrs John Bright Jr of Standford spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr and Mrs Jtamsay Miss Hattie Yeisen who less been the guest of Miss Lucile Francis has returned to her home in Danville Miss Mayme Ramsey returned home last week from Louisville where she has been visiting Miss Ella Vandiver Misses AluitVaud Lear lelt last wecIt1or1ttchimonda where they will attend school this year Miss Dawson who has been their visitor for several weeks accompanied them as far as Pokawhlch place is leer home iCorbett is Broke J 4TA New York dihpach cajs Jim Corbeti pugilist actor and saloon keeper appeared in a new part today when he testified in supplementary proceedings in the Supreme Court that lie was flit brokolhe examination was fur the purpose of recovering the value of a judgment of 528 awarded the Antisaloon League ns costs in its legal proceeding taken to oust Corbel from the saloon business Corbeti raidto the Court when asked where the S24 was hat lie had received from the sale of Ills home in HarleDIhIt takes a good bunch of monty to keep me going I live like A king gamble some and piny the races and itlloesut takelong for 24000 to slip through my fingers Why I have spent ten times that mncli laa few years Ive spent 100000 in ayear It was pretty tough OB the G A R conventioa that other matters should prevent its getting much of the lime light If there could be similar eb scqration for the next few years the LIIjtiebopeol plunder alld the liope for votes tbtK Heofit8 members think they earn by deeteitacing honest peetiiou CGIi1Hf4O4Ir8 IhlVeslIitisJoubt that within six moth4epsobsbiy within 8theentire C biu t with the exception of SoeretlMiM Root Mid WiUoe lllnyeIffivwi j4iii to othot Cert retariftiJIallGe and Knox will retire deepltejROotIeveJt1forl You Can LeadaHorseto water but you cant make him drink You cant make him eat either You can stuff food in to a thin mans stomach but that doesnt make him use it Scotts Emulsion can make him use it How By mak ing him hungry of course Scotts Emulsion makes a thin body hungry all ovej Thought a thin body was naturally hun gry didnt you Well it isnt A thin body is asleepnot workinggone on a strike Itdoesnt try to use its food Scotts Emulsion wakes it upputs it to work again making new flesh Thats the way to get fat Send for free sample scott yJoeVALLLY VIEW From the Argent Henry C Carpenter and family heave moved to Nicliolasville Time cnmprnpeling conducted here by T D Edwards W C Frazei and E 0 Whfcler hens closed liRrtre quantites of corn in the low lands were damaged by the tide in the tide in the river last we k Mrs Hamilton R Smith noel little daughter from Richmond visited the family of G W Hutchison nnd other relatives at this place Saturday- N J Roberts has gone to Chirngo where he will consult with the mem bers of the Barker Cedar rn1 relative to operating their plant at this place The L f A railroad company has erected u neat and attractive depot building at Logana Tile people of Whitlock are looking forward to tbe lime when they can boast of a nice depot building Edward Purtwood has sold his real estate in Stringlown to W I Million for 000 cash Mr Portmood has bought acres of lal1d near Crab Or chard paying SOO cash for same EL Haden and G W Hutchison doing a general merchandise business under the firm name of E L Hnden it Co have mutually dissolved partner ship Mr Hutchison retiring Mr HaI den will conduct the business in thee tuture Those people who compare the Boor concentration camps to Andersoiiville do a great injustice to the Confederates The British leave plenty of money with which to properly provide for their prisoners the Confederates were prc vomited by their enemies horn procur hug even such supplies fur their pris oners as they could afford Roosevelts mother was a Georgia woman the decendant of a long line of Georgias ancestors thus making thee now president more of a southerner than any of his predecessors since the war A Special Offer everyhometo any address every week from now until January 1 1902 including thee big Christmas number on receipt of 23 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marlon Reedy con tams the best independent polical arti des stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and gen oral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you The sooner your order Is received the longer you receive the paper Sub scribe today For sale by all news dealers Five cents per copy 2 per year Write fur sample copies THE MIRROR 4soptf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INGENIOUS TKKATJIENT BY WHICH UKUNKAItDS AUK lIKING ChIlLED DAILY IX SlITK 01 THEM SELVES Xo Noxious Hoes No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant ana 1osilivo Cure fur the Liquor Ilublt It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poUonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat ing liquors rMjuires an antidote of neutralizing amidernchkatiieg this aud destroying the craving for intoxicants Suffennrs may now cure tlieiiiBolvet at home without publicity or loss of time from business In this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which has beete perfected after many years of close 8tudyand treatment of riifhriales faithful use according to directions of tis wonderful discov ery Is positively guaranteed to euro the most obstinate MUle no matter how leant a drinker Our records show the inaveloiis transformation of thousanis of Drunkards lute sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDS I PIIILDltEN CUKE YOUil FATHERS This remedy Is specificforeclaU11 prepared that Itiathoroughly soluble and pleasant to the tate so that it can be given in a cup of tea orcolrn without the knowledge of the person taking it Thoueauds of Drunkards leave cured themselves with mauybloreperate men by leaving the CURE ad rellitiVt6ydiecontulwill DO NOT WAIT Do not be de luded by Rinarent and mi8leadiBgiHi provement Drive out the disease at once for all time The HOME extreneelyloswitlna reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others coating 125 MeipephYMlltM w lien requested Wit hot sic tra eliM Sent prepaid Jkhy Jlttrto- ltltewofid on receipt of Oiec tJ ilmr A Wffs Pept C 969 EDWIN H at43iIrketAlcrhspondnce trictJydbpM n- tliil ID1aylf New York Fashions Granite and Venetian clths are conspicuous among fall aiiit winter weaves Black tafleta silk plaited corded flounced and lieuieliuiied is well to the front this season Most all the felt hats for early fall wear are iu bright culum The blinpes are Hat seed low and mi far over lieu ueeYouieggiris in their teens aiIlueai dresses axed outer tjaruiciits of Plaice clotheSHnlf and tIree quarter leugth coata of tafleta convert and pougco cue shown by Lord and Taylor They care rather severe in style halffitting and trimmed with bias bauds of same um teridl Ostrich feathers heave revived all their old time Mipularlty tenfold Tipy come iu every variety of length breadth and color the very long oneS usually being put on the hat brim to form au aureole round the face A fuller effect is imparted to the fashionable dress sleevu by a pull at the elbow Habitback skirts are becoming alike to stout and slender women Invisibly plaided seed hair lined cheviots are used for serviceable tailor costumes Camels hair serge with long hairs white or black on a col1 ont ground is also liked for this pur pose Small lapels and sleeves slightly flaring at the lower edge specialize some autumn jackets Rich dark colorings will vie with black in the fashionable velvet gowns Many Autumn sleeves show long pull oversleeves Elaborate matinees are made of crepe de chine or nuns veiling All sorts of flue arid Huffy devices are employed to render each dress bodice original and cliauctcritstlt bnt the general cut andcurve of each is the tenable and each must fit well and easily To promote this end the R O corset is essential Its graceful adapt iveuess appeals to woman and its popularity is as fixed as its shape and material are perfect and enduring French flannel and nuns veiling are being made into pretty waists closing in back with tiny gold pearl jet or silver buttons Velvet or panne collar and cuffs enhance the styleof these waistsA and scalloped dip in front servo to somewhat change the style of the Norfolk jecketSTwo novelties in dress goods are Rough surfaced canvass with short ef fects send silkfinished mohair Singlebreasted vest and high mill tary collar characterize some Eton jackets of panne or smooth clothe EVELYN CABLE ANTITOXIN FUR SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt show losses in 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II Ue after several years of scientific experiments and atud succeeded In isolating the true germ of snine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the De Vaux Chemical Co of Chicago Uver 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will tare at least SS percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be re funded Any Irmeran easily ajmlnliterthc Antitoxin Orderaccordingto the number of hogs to be treated ounce vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemical Ciiicago21apr17 LATE STATE NEWS TheLccislature will be asked for 100 000 for Lexington reform school Nicliolasville wilt vote again on isS suing 12000 of bonds fur electric lights A dispatch from Pineville says that three cases of small poX developed there Friday Measures were minced iately taken to prevent the spread of the disease- A C Sine the Stanford lumber man who took the bankrupt law will onlY pay about 5c on IheSl says the Interior Journal His liabilities are over 0000 and assets much less than 1000 At Southgate a little village near Newport Ky J II Badger credit man and bookkeeper for Robert Clarke Publishing Company of Cincinnati was shot and instantly killed at 3 oclock this morning by a colored bur glar Mrs Badger was shot in thee back the revolver being so close as to set fire to her clothing She is not dangerously hmurtSQuite a little excitement was created on our streets a few days ago by the finding of the pots and cinders where Swift mined his silver The find is about three miles from Clay City cued the tinder says Swifts mine is near by There is talk of a strong company being formed to locate and develop the mine Spouts Spring Times A Cliff Dweller As you approach Brooklyn Bridge yon can stand On the narrow road need peer over the clift and see Kentucky river PO far below that it appears to be a silver thread Forty feet from the top a large flat rock projects out and then follows a perpendicular fall of hundreds of feet but thee awful profundity of this everlasting wall of gran ite has not deterred Andy Est from buildinc him a home on the ledge The house takes np every inch of the rock and lie ascends and decends by climbing narrow path As we drove along the road thee other day it struck OB that whose Andy turns in bed or shifts otluf tobacco from one jaw to the other it is liable to start an avalanche and he wont quit rolling for a week Harrodsburg lemocratS The amizinj news comes fro n Free Town Sierra Leoneon th wet cast of Africa a place universally consider the most deadly fever hole In the world that it has been practically freed from the ease by tier vigorous measures taken to destroy mosquitoes Truly if this can be acco4npl1ied in Sierra Leone it can he aecoeupIihedmeimy where Tbe great Meth strike is over aftd the Trjut has won lbs seosees will eubk it te i iy t eloner the ehaiiM ol labor heel Sbatf r not iid pwblk tym nthy ltyAUt teen to break their eon lIItII i b1yabir mOIl woaU Iwve been oeM Henvfn pro ttfll working men from thfeir hh frkiidik Jp tJO1J Do You Know That Buggies and Cain ages are from V to See cheaper now than they ere a few weeks ago We have rood selection on our floor You save money by buying nowand r GUS Fall t SALE OF FALL AND EVER IN Boys School Suits 49c 1 49 2 2 50 andup Mens Fine Cassimere Suits 2 99 and 3 99 19 qualityseason Carriage Us Donelson LOUIS STRAUS Great Opening S- aleCLOTHINGGREATEST WINTER CLOTHING e KNOWN KENTUCKY FancySuits of celebrated Benjamin 300 dozen Shirts regular price J 50 and 2 DOt now CentsWhich less than Cost We have just received our FaIl importations in our Department and we are ready to you the largest best and most complete line goods in This department in charge of Richard Shryock will be glad show you our line 0 j MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON LOUIS 1J GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON ENTUCKY Cant Agree A Danville dispatch to Mondays CourierJournal i The literary societies ol Central University are in a tangle over time union of those which were transferred from Richmond with wlIslatthe weaker in this city aud that the weaker organization from that placo should ineruo into the stronger one of Centre Tnis arrangement at first satisfactory until it discov ered that the numerically weaker here was the Chamberlain named after the first president of Centre College and of the oldest literary organi zations in tile State- Considerable objection has been raised by the Centre contingent to sac rificing the name of the society and it is thought that they will refuse to do so The Richmond boys will probably leave to consent to surrender the names of their old societies or reorganize them hereSSenator Platt declares that Roosevelt is an organization man and will what his machine dictates as said the Senator he did when Governor ol New York1 We hope better things of Teddy than to be tied to Plaits chariot wheels but we shall wait and see PresiJeut Roosevelt will follow Presi dent McKiulevu policy in his administration but will nut administer accord hog to the late Presidents policy This is the situation In a nutshell OnUMPTIQN Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow It does not come that wayIt creeps its war along First you think it is a little cold nothing but a little hackin cough then a little loss in weight then a harder cough then the fever and the night sweats Better stop the disease while it is yet creeping Better cure your cough today You can do it with QhetrwPeoraI The pressure the chest is lifted that feel ing of suffocation removed and you are cur ed You can stop that little cold with a 25 cent bottle harder COU2hs will need a 50 cent size its the lungs the one dollar size will be most economical reeomnieeIAyrrsCherTy IteahsyIurtvmy AiE1r405MD-Tia 4I Fort Madtso Iowa wrew as Deter at an uUdr DL JCAIZIois1I0ssa S J stilt Both Year cost more another prices of materials are going up Ey John Prop t Mens Black Clay Wor Suits 4 99 The largest and finest line Suits every shown in Kentucky from thess firm of Alfred Co N Y is Tailoring show of these Kentucky is who to f 0 f FINE TAILORS one was was one one do on is if on ills 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 rOM BedsFolding BedsRockers CouchestDinning Tables Chairst Our Undertaking department charge Mr Arthur Todd every respect WSOIdham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND uWMy KENTUCKY wilY NOT BUY THE BEST 1 COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen Gretaest BargainsEver THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O One For sted 1 50 FARMER Cleveland 0 is best agricultural live stock market home weekly journal In this country every member family It tells how to farm pav mend howifl happy IIeery week of PR pages W4sct sad mnrket re ptHt LATKttftt actual rtaff of practical wlitors farmers wide awake farmer will wl4- oigthiagreotfarm and hems onrnl It wilt hwlf wwl la Athhress Climax Printing CD NUMBER 1 98 Everjthiu Tbfg in of is complete in r 1 thUS and For of the the the It lesS 20 24 reli hln antI rnrreaponitenlP fall No hs pay for tiw nin J1i 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 ot nigh Grade Vehicles and Harness aetdaI Rock Pa 25 0rpt6m ThoOHIO make complete LoMisvIIlesGretxt INTERSTATEFAIR Sept 23 = Oct 5 1901 Magnificent RonHippodrome and Athletic Carnival America Grandest tlblJ of Live Sto s and Farm Products 1500000CASH Cattle Premiums ON ILLuMINATED TRACK An OljFuMOMJFr Wlt tlpttr ate Amusements Admission Dy25 Evening lOc ItS T I r ic 7T w1v IJ 4 us I 1r 1 i PritSIDwst 1 1 1 lie Richmond Climax n J O CllENAULTuProprittor- A D MILLER Manager R LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 2 1901 rCBLMHKD EVERY WKDNIM11AY fly The Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET roc cucimr JODOB N B TURPIN FOR COUNTY ATTOBNET J TEVIS COBB roB SHERIFF JOIINF WAGERS rOB JAILER JAMBS C LACK BY tOB CIItTJ CUBit JESSE cons FOB KIFHBkltKTATIVB CHAS L SEAKOY LroB LOROOL IIUrEQITItNDIn J W WADERS FOB A5IB3SOR GEORGE NOLANP FOB SURVEYOR 8 V ROOK FOB CLIFF SAMUELS FOB DAVID It TEVIS FOB POLICE jtDQB U O nICE FOR CITY ATTOBKKV J TALBOT JAOKON FOB CHIEF OF POLICE JU ALLMAN I von 1IAOISTBATX D PARfE FOB CONSTABLE II FKENNEDY FOR COUNOILSIAN COVETrflOUlZ J W Bales W L Leeds CITY BALL O T Well E II BjbeeC- XIVHRSITT C Q Douglas W L Arnold So much has been said written and printed to prove that marriage Is failure that we take pleasure in reproducing this sensible editorial from the Cincinnati Post believing that itt knockout arguments will effectually silence the intempnrate utterances of hoso long haired men anti short haired women who would demolish the sacred institution of niprriago It will make all who read it better men and women Hero It is Franklin 1ricea grand old Chicago man rend In a newspaper some alvanced doctrine tending to show Unit marriage is a failure and declaring for anarchy in affairs of the heart and in the relations of men and women It dfint please MrPrice Hehad just celebrated his golden weddine and Will happy with that chastened kind of affection that comes with years and prolonged association with a good woman To show that marriage is not a failure this old lover got together a list of 125 couples who have lived together from 50 to 75 years in peace and happiness They were all persons that hadeither come within his knowledge or were personal acquaintances The institu tion of marriace is in no hanger and attacks on it are unworthy of serious thought The marrkige ceremony is simply the part that society and the State play in a union that should have nothing but love for Itll foundation if it is to bo a true marriage People who realy love ficldoin trouble the divorce courts They may have differences There are thorns all along the way of life and fuw escape them But considerateness is one of the fine qualities that comes from love ondis developed by married life It is easy to forgive when there is sincere aflection Standing alone divorce statistics are appall- Ing They present a panorama of self ishness deceit lying greed and the mistakes of humanity Most of the people concerned should never have married Compare the divorce statistics with the great list of happy mar riages and they are nothing There is Riot material left for a public scare nor grunnd for an attack on an institution that will endure as long as hearts are the foundations on which good men and women build happy homes CiFiBrawerCoLEXINGTON j = t Curtains And t 4 BraperiesNow- hereiire tVo rcsalts of good taste so evident as In the hangings and furnishings a home a smallamount in hangings is a wise investment The experience ability and artistic taste of out experts are at your service No 221Q O Inches wide 3 yards IOIIR madeofflueliobinetwjth lact iiMitiug price 3 50 a pair Vn show these goods 11n large variety atirom2tolOajia- lrOther 1 Ruffled Curtains Ii Plain white muslin 50 inches wide 3 yards 10nllL Price 1 a pair tjt Muslin with Toichon Itce inertintr SI 76 a pair Beautifully tucked muslin curtains rom2 to 450 + + + 4 4 44kt4 +++ Bobinef Ruffled Curtains iin Great Variety ttffi4 ++ t++++++ 4 LEBrowerLOJ MAIN AND 1KOADWJLY LZxINGTON iCY 11 Fon his cowardly and fiendish assas sination of President McKinley Czol uosz the anarchist will die in the elec tric chaira death far two easy when the enormity of his crime k considered At Buffalo Tnesday ho was fOUBa gull ty of murder in the first degree by a Jury which was out only So minutes rite trial occupied two days Trac thrall aU of the time was occupied in presenting evidence which proved con elusively the guilt of the prisoner The attorneys tor the defense dill not offer anytestlmonv on behalf theirclient but Judge Lewis made remarkable address taking the position that those who favor mob law and engage in it are worse than anarchists Czolgosz showed no signs of emotion when he beaM the verdict but maintained his indifferent and unconcerned air A REQUISITION asking the return to Kentucky of Fugitives W S Taylor and Charley Fiuley indicted for com plicity in the murder of Governor Wile liam Goebel was presented this week to Governor Durbin who with the same partisan spirit and disregard for jus tiie as displayed by his predecessor Mount turned down the application We thought better of Governor Dur bin How much longer will the good people of Indiana permit their fairstate to be an asylum for assassins and poli tical cut throats THE nine anarchists who have been under arrest at Chicago since the assassination of President McKinley have been given their freedom the prosecu tion admitting that there was no legal evidence against them Emma Gold man was alsa set at liberty for the same reason INSTEAD of electrocuting Czolgosz whats the matter with sending him to Indiana with the other assassins where ho could find fit companionship and mayhap receive a chromo from Governor Durbiu AT the solicitation of the four candid ates for the United States Senate the seriesof joint debatesarranged for them have been declared off by the State Campaign Committee POLITICS Clark Cunty Republicans nominated Rev M 1 Lowory for the Legislature SaturdayWilliam Loeb Jr has been made as sistant secretary to the President and assistant secretary Barnes who served under President McKitley will be uiven a position in one of the executive departmentsDr Hunter American Minister to Gauteniala now in Ken tuck tells a reporter that he is not s candidate for United States Senator and would not be but expected to retain his present post It is current gossip that there will be a combination uf the other aspirants to defeat exGovMcCreary for the United States Senate The Governor seems to have the fight won and we cannot think judging from the high character of the opposition that they win resort to any unfair means to accomplish such ends Danville News Judge Dick Williams of Mt Vernon who was initiated into the Elk Lodge here Monday night paid this of fice a much appreciated call yesterday before leaving forborne Judge Will lams enjoys the distinction of being the youngest county judge in the State Besides being the prince of good fellows socially his a splendid lawyer a polished orator and one of the mot popu lar young Democrats Kentucky afact that was clearlv demonstrated by his election by a large majority in a rock ribbed Republican cou- ntyPERSONAL Mr W Stuart Joues was in Lexing ton Moaclvy Miss Sallie JRuckcr is visiting at Waco this week Mr Roy C While has returned from Blackstock S C Miss Bessie Dudley has been quite sick for several days Mr C D Chenault was in Lexington vesterday on business Mr and Mrs L P Evans have re turned from their bridal tour Pap Biggenttaff and Will Hunley spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Ethel May Rice left Thursday for Atlanta Ga to visit friends Mr A G Magee was the guest of his son Mr C A Mageoover Sunday Attorney H C Hazelwood was fa London last week on legal business Dr Elmer Northcutt the Valley View oil magnate was in townThursday Dr Land man tho oculist wfll be at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Oct 9 Mr John West of Georgetown visit ed his sister Mrs RL Gentry last week Mrs MattieMcCarney Lexington is visiting her niece Mrs B A Wool turns Mrs Minerva Cobb of Stanford is visiting her daughter Mrs Thomas Phelpe Miss Lynda Gormley has returned home from a visit to MrsWD Bucker at Waco Hon B II Tomlison the Democwtie nominee for the Legislature was here Thursday Miss ITannie Parrishof Columbus 0 is the guest of her 4ister Mrs G WPickels Miss Janie Myers returned Saturday from several weeks visit of relatives at Lexington Circuit J udge T J Scott came over Thursday from Winchester where he is holding court Attorney JohnWColyerbf Somer set was here Thursday and Ifriday on ilegal business Mss Mabel Webster trimmer for Miss iCo V Schmidt arrived Saturday train Cincinnati Mr W B Jenkins the cleyer repre seutativ of the Cincinnati Cordage Paper Co Was here Monday geyVestin a missionary school Mr Philip Willing representing the Pittftburg Glass Co ia here for several days visiting his parents Mat Cohen Hugh Willoughby and G W L 1eatlierse we iu Lexiaxton today on important basJB ss Mrs Richard C4 MerRRH of LexiB toa is visiting lierOasRhter MrsLflark Kellogg on tMahutreet- Uttle Miss Mairftie L Gaiam ofE8 till county te vMtiiig her graiKipHrenta Mr and Mrs Clifto Shifflet Appellate Jwdfl J P IIobeB ot Frankfort vL Ued hk bretherDrVH IIobfion6 turday aaJ San day Mr and Mrs Caleb titwartr at t lMi MrsZjagtHis Dove 2 Utebwr p the K o jt U Vernon Collegiate Institute faculty spent Sunday with her parents here Mrs Rutherford E Douglas and daughtor1DrusIllaof Nicholasville are guests of Col and Mrs W R Letcher Mrs Tempo Martin of Brush Creek was here several days this week the guest of her sister MrsJ C Chenault Mrs H R Smith spent several days of the past week at Valley View the guest of her sister Mrs G W HutchI- nson Mr J W Chaney returned this week from Alderson W Va where he has been traveling for the Wrought Iron Range Co Mr and Mrs Jesse Kennedy have gone to housekeeping with Mr and Mrs Ab Green In dov1 Ed Browns pretty cotta eon Fifth street Miss Pattie Stephenson is in Lexing ton visiting relatives preparatory to leaving forPuata Gorda Florida where she will make her future home Mrs L J Frazee and little daughter Hettie Martin have returned from St Louis bringing with them Mrs Frazeea sister Mrs E R Norris who will spend several Weeks here Governor Ed Brown made a bicycle trip to Crab Orchard last week re turning by way of Stanford and Lancaster He will tell the renders of the CLIMAX all about it in next issue Mr Elliott Smithof Richmond who is the guest of Mr Will Young will spend the winter in Louisville studying medicine and while there will be the guest of Dr E PearsonsCourierJour nal Mesdames IS B Deathcrage T E Arnold D P Armer E V Gibson T C Willis and H R Ptckels and Miss Ann DeJarnett attended the C W B M Convention at Lancaster last Wed nesdayMrs L J Frazeo received a telegram Sunday that her sister Mrs L T Rodes of Lexington was seriously ill andaccompanied by her sIster Mrs Norris of St Louis she left early Mon day morning to attend her bedsideI Mrs Mat S Cohen and daughter An nie Bennett are visiting the family of Mr F R Feland in Lawrenceburg whose wife and motherinlaw lost their lives last week by the explosion of a lamp Mrs Feland was a daughter of Rev King who is well known by many Madison county peoplcas he has for 50 years had charge of several churches in this county Judge II C Rice of Richmond who came down with the A O U W gent lemen and assisted in initating several candidates Wednesday night paid this office a call yesterday morning Besides being one of the best police judges in the State Judge Rice is a tried and true democrat and a most entertaining gentleman Mrs Rice nccompmnied him and they were guests of Mr and Mrs Joe S Rice Stanford Journal Dr Montgomery of St Louis is the guest of his son Dr William Montgom ery bf East Second street Dr and Mrs Montgomery expect to move soon from Mrs Chenaults into one of Dr Carricks new homes on Second street Miss Luella Earl ofMadison Ken tucky who has been visiting Mrs Charles E Smith of North Broadway returned yesterday to her home Mrs Smith is expecting today as her guest Miss Margaret Parrish of Richmond Lexington Herald Dr L J Frazee who was here last night as captain of Richmond A O U W team is an everlasting talker and an entertertaining conversationalist He fought in the civil war with Morgan though he is now only 53 He helped initiate Uncle Sid Myers and Mr Elijah Bnrnside jnto the Odd Fellows lodge here some time in the 70s Mr Clarence Woods the talented newspaper man of Richmond demon strated in the lodge room last night that he is a musician of unusual abili ty Stanford Democrat Capt J M Thomas was in Richmond SundayMr E L Thomas was in Richmond ThursdayMr Dan Rid dell of Richmond was here this week Mr Rufo Sims of Richmond and Miss Anna Bentley of Boohesboro via ijed friends here SuntlayMrs Sam Shearer spent the day with friends at Red House this weekrs Lizzie Maupin has returned from a pleasant visit with friends in RichuiondMr8 Lucy Bonny has returned to her home at Waco after a visit with her son W D Bonny Agent J P Rucker has returned from a delightful trip to But falolIrT 1 Todd wife and sons Robert and Clarence returned Thurs day from a visit to friends and relatives in Madison county Ford Index Dr H L Farris formerly of KinpF ton this county has located for the practice of his profession in Memphis Tenn where he has an elegant suite of rooms in the Randolph Building one of tbe largest and most centrally located office buildings in the city DrFarris wko is a good friend of the CLIMAX and for which ho used to correspond graduated with high honors from the Med icoChisurgical College of Philadelphia being valedictorian of his class On competitive examination he won second place out of seven candidates and was rewarded with the appoint ment of House Surgeon for the Medico Chi Hospital a position which he held for fifteen months with credit to himself and the institution Dr Farris Is n splendid young man and his devotion to his chosen profession gives promise of hahi future eminence as I physician and surgeon His mauyJrlends in Old Madison wish himsuccessin hie adopt ed home RELiGIOUS Rev J A White has declined the call tendered him by the Paint Lick churchThe Roy L D Lamkin D D will begina series of revival meetings here in the Baptist church on first Sunday in October He has had great success in revival work and cornea recoin- mendOdas an Interesting and attrac tive speaker Every hody cordially in vited to attend these meetingsIt MATRiMONIAL ALEXANDERLAMB Mr Beeit Alex andes of Kirby Knob Jackson countr and Miss Lucy Jane Lamb aged 17 were married OB the23rI nit LAKBtTOsMr Williaw L Lakes of Brswfreld a liirmeraJoed253m WIN Lydia pretty 18 year old daughter of Eli JOBNwere married last Thursday at the briikAs hemo on Red Lkk 111CCHMoIo y4sy at Peinbertoa Oregon to lrutlltlORllndweV ik t4 Keew parents and older rel ti W1ExzT1M Sees WIl Ja 9f Val Get the Most Out of Your Food You dont and cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not di gest nil that is ordinarily taken into it It gets tired easily and what it falls to digest is wasted Among the signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating fits of ncr- vbus headache and disagreeable belching I have taken Hoods Sawaparllla at different times for stomach troubles and a run down condition of the system and hue been greatly benefited by Its use I would not be without it In my family I am trou bled especially In summer with weak stomach and nausea arid find Hoods Sarsaparllla Invaluable KBIIicKMA WCliester Pa Hoods Sarsaparllla and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the digestive system View and Miss Nannie Bennett the handsome 17yearold daughter ot Mr and Mrs Peter Bennett of near Red House were married at the County Clerks office In this city yesterday Squire D P Armer officiating A double wedding was solemnized in the County Clerks olllce here last Thursday the contracting parties being Mr A J Elder the wellknown Berea liveryman and Miss Sallie Burns and Mr Isaac Hardin and Miss Christie Todd Time bridal party drove down from Berea where they reside and their presence soon attracted a large crowd to see the ceremony which was pronounced by Squire D P Armer In his usual felicitous manner In concluding the ceremony the Squire commanded the newly made husbands to salute their brides with a kiss which they did in the most approved Hobsou fashion to the no small amusement of the spectators SCRIVNKKIIAMILTON Harry Scrivner son of Mr Ambrose Scrivner of Station Camp Estill county and Miss Bettte Hamilton daughter of Sim Hamilton Esq of the same locality were married last Thursday at the brides home Time groom who is a brotherinlaw of County School Superintendent J W Wagers of this city is a splendid young man and popular with all who know him The bride is an acknowledged belle in that section and is as lovely in character as she is hand some in person After tho nuptials a delightful reception was tendered them The CLIMAX joins with a host offriends in wishing the newly wedded a long life of happiness and prosperity TAYLORHALL ExGovernor Bob Taylor the noted lecturer who has several times delighted a Richmond au dience with lila incomparable wit and humor wa married last week at Tus caloota Ala to Mrs Alice Fitts Hall a charming widow of Montgomery Ala The marriage was set for January next but Mr Taylor went down to visit Mrs Hall before she left for a sixweeks trip to California and persuaded her to forego the jour ney to California and become Mrs Taylor Mrs Taylor is a daughter of the lion James H Fitts treasurer of the State University and a wealthy banker of Tuscaloosa She was s favo ite in the social circles of Montgomery where she had resided since her tirst marriage in 1880 Gov Taylor and bride were registered at the Gait House Louisville last Wednesday en route East McKENXovHEATii The marriage of Miss Nanuette Camilla Heath daughter of Dr M C Heath of this city and Mr Charles W McKennou a promi nent wholesale druggist of Waco Tex was quietly celebrated at Lexington Wednesday at 1 oclock p m at tho home of the brides aunt Mrs John Embry of East Main street Rev E O Guerrant of the Presbyterian church of Wilmore Ky performed the ceremony and the wedding music was beautifully played by Mrs J S Hawkins of Jessamine county The Lexington Democrat has the following account of the nuptfals Though the wedding was a quiet one there were a number ot relatives and friends pres ent to witness the ceremony and to give their sincere congratulations and the house WAS made most charming for the occasion Darkened and with tho soft glow from many tapers the effect of the decorations of palms and plants and pretty fragrant roses was very love ly and made the bridal picture one not to be forgotten To the music of the Lohengrin Wedding March the bride and groom antered the drawing room and with a background Jof palms they stood for the Impressive ceremony Very lovely Indeed the bride looked liD her pretty gown of gray etainine lover graysilk its touches of old rose very becoming A picture hat of white beaver completed the toilet An immense bouquet of American beauty roses was carried in her hand The bridegroom wore the conventional afternoon costume Immediately fol lowing the congratulations the happy couple left for Louisville where they will he at the GalL House until tomorrow They will be entertained at luncheon today by Mr Henry Embry of Louisville and from Louisville they will go to Columbia Tenn to visit rel atives bra short while before going to their future home in Waco Tex Quite a feature of the wedding was the love ly bridal gifts received from numbers of friends There were beautiful pieces of cabinet bricabrac lovely cut glass attractive house furnishings and much handsome silver Noticeable among the gifts was a diamond sunburst the present of the bride grqotn and n chesof silver received trout Mr Wallace Embry of Louis yule an uncle of the bride The bride Ist very charming attractive girl who has made numbers of friends here during her short stay in Lexington where ehe was a very popular teacher and it is with regret that her Iricluls give her up while wishing for her a bright and happy future in her new home Mr Kennon is prominent in the business and social circles of Waco and isaman of very agreeblo porsonallty Among the guests present at the ceremony were Dr M L Heath of Richmond father of the brideMrsJ S Hawkins of Wilmore Dr Fish and Mrs Nannie Wilhoit of Nicholasville Dr Vaught of Richmond Mrs B W Turner Misses Laura and Helen Bennett of Ulchmond Mr Wallace Embry of Louisville Mr Albert Severance of Stanford Mr and Mrs Tarlton Em bry of Cincinnati Miss Betsey Cloud Mrs J T Brock Mr Wm Brock Mr LaFayette Brock of Somerset Misses Minerva and Dolly Embry and Jlasler TarJeton Embry BIRTHS McUpY Mr J II McCoy and wile 12IMr J W Heradon of Whites Station cldldlatbelrT KRIXI Kiwi otes froM Lou lflIt Out Mr iutd Jr jrek Fet 1 n a have a flue boy at their homo Mr Ferrill was formerly Master Mechanic for the L A in this city but now hiM a good position in tho L N shops in the Falls City DEATHS MASTERS Mis Kilter Masters mother of Squire Lindsay anti Ed Mns ters died Saturday gbt at her borne near Valley View aped about eighty The burial took place Sunday afternoon In tbe Terry Perkins buryincgtound- WINN Col Robert Winn aged 83 and his brother Joshua Nicholas Vinn aged 79 prominent and wealth citizens of Clark county died last week Mrs Robert Miller and Mrs S D Hume of this city attended the burialBOGIEMrj Sallie Bogie widow of James Bogie died Sunday at her home near Cottonburjr of infirmities incident to old age She was one of the oldest residents In the western part ot the county and was in her 90th year She leaves a large number of descendants The remains were taken to Lexington Monday for burial ADAMS Mrs Bethsheda Adams widow of Win S Adams who was drowned about tin to years ago died Saturday of heart failure at her home near the mouth of Drowning Creek Deceased who was Co years old was a sister of Mr Alfred Douglas of this city and Squire I N Douglas of Newby Four children are left to mourn her loss among them being Prof R C Adams the wellknown singing master After funeral services Sunday by Rev H C Eversole the remains were interred at Flatwoods BCBGIN W A Burgin a well known farmer died of typhoid fever Thursday morning at his home near Republican church aged about4G years Deceased was a nephew of Hon A T Chenault and a cousin of Dr W W Burgin of this city He was a morn ber of the Baptist church mid a highly esteemed citizen A wife but no children survives him After funeral services by Rev Richard French at Re publican church Friday morning at 10 oclock the remains were brought here and interred in the Richmond cemetery BAXTER Miss Zerelda Baxterdaugh ter of Mr anti Mrs Ed Baxter of Brookstown died Monday morning of typhoid fever at the home of her brotherinlaw Mr Sidney Noland She was taken ill only one week ago and her sudden death just in the prime of young and blooming womanhood is a sad blow to her family and many friends She was but eighteen years old and at the time of her death was teaching at the Estill school house near Colyer She was an unusually bright girl and gave promise of a useful career in her chosen profes sionthat of teaching With all who knew her she was a general favorite her sunny nature and agreeable manners winning her friends everywhere It does indeed seem sad that one so bright and lovely should have a life so brief but God moves in a mysterious way his wonders to perform 1 he sor rowing ones have the sympathy of all in their bereavement After funeral services by Rev W II Ityals at the grave yesterday at 11 oclock the re mains were laid tenderly to rest in the Richmond Cemetery Climax Incorporated The CLIMAX which heretofore has been the property of Judge John C Chenault filed articles of incorporation last week The incorporators are J C Chenault ft M Chenault AD Miller and Robert S Crow and the eapitul stock is5OC3 The new corporation began business last Thursday making no change in its present force of employees Elders Hat Opening E V Eider announces that his fall millinery opening will take place next Friday mind Saturday Oct 4 ami 5 Miss Seibert will be his trimmer again this season and she has ramsacked the Eastern markets for the choicest and most stylish things in fall millinery Dont fail to see Elders elegant display of pattern hats of the latest styles and shapes and the most artistic trim ming Uncle Sam Alter The Investment Campanles Uncle Sam hiss taken up the cudgel against the Investment Companies as the following Washington dispatch will show The Postoffice Department has issued fraud orders denying the use of the mails to the Daily Redemption Bond Company the Louisville Savings Bond Company and the United German Bond Company and the Aetna Investment Corporation all of Louisville Powell Bros Take Charge W G Powell Bro of Red House who recently purchased All mans meat market took charge yoster day They will also run a grocery in connection with their meat shopMr A TDouslos one of the best meat cutters in Kentucky and who was with Mr Allman so long will be retained by the new firm The Powell Bfbs are clever enterprising gentlemen ana we predict for them a large patronage Decided Sqccess The box supper given last Saturday night at Million school house by Miss Bertha Green and her pupils was a decided success in every way notwithstanding the threatening weather The building was appropriately decorated with Japenese lanterns and evergreens a large crowd was present and all balla delightful time Mr B B Million acted as auctioneer antI kept the crowd in fine humor Nearly 20 was realized which will be used to purchase books for the district library Attempted Assassination W II Pearson a young man who recently came to Valley View from West Verginia was fired upon br un known parties at that placo Monday night The shooting took place in the Barker Cedar Companys yard about 10 oclock Three shots from a shot gun weret discharged at Pearson but only one shot from the wonldbuaesMr slns gun took effect in Pearsons head A wagon bed HI line with Pearson was pierced by 28 number 5 shot and the single shot that hit Pearson was from the same Will cbargeIAll is not peace and brotherly love in the Colored Baptist church of this city and as a result a part of the cot gregalion led by Revs Deatherage Jaud Covington have locked the doors 4 t lie cliarch agaiast Revs Black anti a dee arid thekeyBipnthizers With t view off gQllon the trouMrrt watere arid1 recoftclliBg the two wings Meww Gallon Hfui Hazelwood JIve brawgtM sriit tq rorC6tbe18sto let thlooIK- baysse esefe the building and wI go to WiuefcfiBter tomorrow to M ndatQryJDjuMtJeompel all menlMNi oi the congregation n ReilWahn We went 6 press tbo early to get the result of yesterdays registration bat from surface indications the Deeav crats had decidedly the best of it New President et KU Rev Burns Adkins Jenkins was in augurated President of Kentucky Unl versity last Thursday The exercises were conduct d in Morrison Chapel before a large crowd of visitors and friends of the institution A number of nota ble personatrea participated In theexer ciscs among them Rev E L Powell of Lou 8ille who preached the in augural sermon Judge llazelrieg of Frankfort who delivered the address on behalf of the curators President Charles F Thwing D D of Western Reserve University Cleveland who also delivered an address Asks For a Receiver A Frankfort dispatch says In sustaining a demurrer to petitions of W W Longniore and R P Bnckmaster against the Lexington Investment Company to recover money paid into the company by them as dues and per cent profit alleged to have been guaranteed by the contract Special Judge Edelen in the Franklin Circuit Court ruled that the contracts were against public policy and for that reason cannot be enforced The plaintiff Longmoor sought to recover 3U and Buckmaster flCO They are represented by Attorney Guy H Briggs who announces his determ nation to now ask for the appointment of a receiver C H S Foot Ball Team The Caldwell High School Athletic Club has selected a strong foot ball team for the present season aLd will play Its first game with Bereft on Satur day Oct 12 On October 26 they will tackle Danville on the latters grounds Clay S Wagers is Captain and J W Parrish Manager of the team The line up is as follows Clay Wagers center rush Harvey Parrish right guard Tom Harris left guard Chas Torrili right tackle Doc Johnson ieft tackle- J W Parrish right end Cleoffus Duncan left end Miller right half back R Harris left half back Broaddus full back Mershon quarter back L A Machine Shops Another Big Enterprise to be Located Here The management of the Louisville Atlantic railroad has decided to locate its general machine shops in this city The announcement has not been offi cially made but the information cornea train an inside source that leaves no room for doubt The site of tho shops will beon the north side of the L A track opposite the Electric Companys power house and the work on the foundation of the buildings to be used will be begun in a few days The plant will employ from forty to seventyfive skilled workmen and means much to the industrial and business interests of Richmond Niche lasville and Versailles both offered large Inducements for the location of the shops but Richmond by reason of its central location and other advantages was favored from the start The L A has done much to build up Richmond and our people should shew a proper appreciation by patronizing this road whenever possible Its fteight and passenger service is unexcelled i its connection with other lines Is direct and its officials extremely accommodating and solicitious of the publics welfare A womans fickleness is only exceed ed by her constancy A pug dog acts as if he might be vaim of his ugliness There is no recreation in desecra- tionOKLAHOMA Indian Territory Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central MemphisOnly Road By Leaving Louisville at noon co 3t5ati DaQ Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules and rates write to R H FOWLER Trav Pass Agt I O B B Lo laYilleX7 PUBLIC SALE Tho undersigned J Stone Walker and Argh K Doty as Adminis trators Boyle Doty deceased will on Saturday October 5 beginning at the hour Qf 10 a mJ sell at public sale to the highest and best at and near his late residence near Richmond Madison county Ky the following personal property viz Twentyfour head ofcattle consisting of ono yoke of oxen Ibull 2 8yearold steers 4 yearling steers 6 cows and calves twelve fattening hogs 8 brood sows 27 shoats 1 King Richard mare and colt 2 8yearold fillies well broke 1 earling horse colt 1 ex grayhorsoWilkes mare 1 2horse wagon a lot of hay in stack growing and 50 acres more or less in fod der At tho samo time and place we will also rent about 100 acres givenimmediately JaDlIatyIJ propertysums of 10 or IB and for all sunk over 10 the pui lM er will be required to execute noie able on Jan 1 1902 without ia terest with good security Tfca gWMW will be rented on note wttJi good security January IIKS lnthMItlDtei J STONJ WALKKR AItCELDOTY 874061 Adminwtrator r I Rich Juicy Plumbs Ripe For Your Picking Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawnsatour store Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies inall colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Allover Lace Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Ourstock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard Our Belt Department IIncomplete Styles come first so do MeKeea Belts Novelty Is essential to makesales you will be struck by this novelty in our Belts Reliability should be considered it is GTliedlporpoiuted dayIn Belt Department can be had a most complete line of Purcen Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be IOuror summer Corsets at prices from 29c to 50c and flOO The G D Corset one of the most widely advertised brands Isa very large sale IG+ I I ASsociationwhichRespectfully yours J Cor Main OWEN MCKEEFirst St Kentuckj 100 Ecward 100 The renders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that scionce has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is takeu internally acting directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease antI giving the patient strength up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have such faith in its curative powers that the otTer tOO for any case that it fails to cure Send for Its list of testimonials A rid ress F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Drnjreists 75c Halts Family Pills are the best oct3 1m The wastefulness of modern war IB to be represented in a museum at Lucerne M de Bloch is collecting the mnteriil FALL ML1ET Annual Display October 4 and 5 IiV K SCHMIDT A cordial InTltatlon is extended to the ladles of Madlaon and anironndlng counties to attend these dliplayi An elegant line of Milli fiery to suit all purses Public Sale Of Valuable Property I will otTer at public sale on TnUr nLJ Qta 1th 1Q1 at 10 dclock a m in front of the Gar nett Hotel in Richmond Ky tbe following described property 1 The Garnott Hotel situated on Court House Square in Richmond Ky built of brick three stories and contain ing over 40 rooms in excellent repair This is one of the beet Hotel stands in Kentucky being centrally located and well known to the traveling public On tbe first floor are three store roomrand a large hallway leading up into the Hotel Said stoics will be sold jeparat ly and the property as a whole and tbe bid which realizes the most money will be accepted 2 residence at the corner oi Main abd Fifth streets in Richmond Ky This is oneof the best and most desirable piece of residence property in Richmond being beautifully situated with large yard stables and all neces sary out buildings 3 100 acres of land ituate on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike one mile from Richmond wellwf tered in grass and containing good tenant hoose 4 One dwelling house and An reber oflots in theDilliBRbaei Addition of RichmoBdKyQI 2 Four iwelllg houses and a sum bee el b4H4Bg JetsOil the Loetsville AthMUfo Beilread- AH et sW property wilt beseW wit- houtieeeiiad on liberal testes Per erImo4Xy C D CHENAULT oct22tICUEARA- TTIUTAXES I November will soon be here and then some squealing will be heard Probably some Democrats squealing over texe ap4 probably tOTO Re pI endidaWcno- erhetr diiastr def Come 4l iv 3OUrX8 aiiI1- MId oil to your hoai KKCOLYER eptlI4w KO J Ribbons e The demand for Ribbons during the past beforepslit ribbons are among the most popular t priesacanribbons t creamlavender yardInt or gandies etc we are leaders p Ladies Linen Skirts at 25c Special for two weeks only Ladies Parasols at 50cl 75 and up 0 yardBuggyOur Boys Caps is complete Boys PKYacht Caps at 24c j t pricesfrom I JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting UndertakingL- owest P rices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and Frames WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY OJ forceOnefourth WindowShadesmake all kinds of Shades andWhiteJJ fratJvourIirbavlng++ ++ + GEO M WILLGING1t kindsof209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY NEW 4 FIRM NEW GOODS +Having taken into partnership with me Mr JF Mahler the firms name will now be wTh E1VMr Mahler is a practical Tailor and experienced Cutter having graduated at John J Mitchell Cos famous school in New York City He will do the cutting and we guarantee lit and workmanship All work neat uri store I1 Richmond Notofeet Goods Laierf Styles Cal and see us before select rn f Yr Fall MtWer ttiIR PUBLIC SALE Of Bank Stoc- kLesAiUf 1 shoM eI L X 3 OCTOBER 1tft J90J s frwrt tto Oawt e- smedptIRMpitIs cloer 4 t Mes saa4 ssopd a besda an paysaecua W i cwvu dr Stock Crop Etc AT Public Sale milefromTHURSDAY OCT 17th 1901 property2Jacki5andblued lUllion 15 head of mule lZandl ofhArBeslall bred to thoroughbred Hereford ball I thoroughbred registered hereford bull u iathefleldIeseate aUto be sold without reserve For irtheTpartlcnlar can on i5 E Sauce Din Ky Terms uiada known on day of sale Mrs E H Ballard T D Rngllsh Anct PAINT LICK KY octlX J5 to 18aWeek Salary for aa tetelllgent man or woman in each town PermaBeat pesttlon 30 cents per hour for spare Mrae MAJtOFACTUREB Box Pfctiadelphla Pa llsep8 Farm For SaleThi- eWndeNIasw1hl mil at public aucUoaaboaithefioarpflO oclock a es on TOESDAT OCTMER 8 1901 reek3niilfieriato EMMTMMI OMbMn term consist urlIr e1 N MTM Tte b dt fertile we Ur d Rrp8Pi en efcorcbw and seighboik1Wm M4 ktM w M day of MIl Pow tlMr iitfci irtM IH regard to furm IIIl UlMflM JWMA 01u if 4twW B OLDHAM 1 i1T I 0 IL J 1 TI w iL Ic t P itsJo Ws tlrOLl j t r1Jte Richmond Climax rEDNESDAY OCT 2 1001 Ir A Wllkes Smith Dentist Is Ow located over J B Stonffera lolhing Store 6febJL feeds that grow are those sold by 3 Deaiherngo A Co 2oct 2t Dr Harry M Blanton Dentiet or 16 uer Middletons drug store July 17tf Fur the uost 60 ilays S LMidkiff ill offer his large stock of vehicles at st i4sotf Dan Breck will insure yonrfarm or ity property against Ore lightning and ornado 25sep2t FirtclalS Immn raised timothy eed for sale by E Deatberage Co goct2t Mr J J McCarty hns moved his ilumblng shop to W L Leeds old tand on Irvine street in the rear of he Methodist church MissK V Schmidt will have her nillinery and hat display next Friday nd Saturday Oct 4 and 5 See ad Iseffliere in this issue I havo 300 bushels of seed wheat or sale at 90 cents per bushel M B JONES TIt 2oct2t Paint Lick Ky Window Glass largest stock nd lowest prices in the city at Fillgings New Postmaster at Kings Station Newton Burgess has been appointed Postmaster at Kings Station Estill ounty vice J T Turpln resigned Seeds Timothy rye bluegrassorcbard grass lover wheat all the best field seeds- n be found at E Deatherage CoB 2oct 2t For Rent Small farm two miles from town ith comfortable residence for 1901 Apply to 2oct 2t Wits CISDA Knn Wanted Miller Brothers want to buy Oats hose who have them for sale should ill on them at their store on Second reel Largest Library The largest library in this part of entucky is that of Berea College at rea this county which has 19000 ilumes Charged With Petit Larceny Dud Quissenberrycoloredwaa tried outlay before County Judge Million a charge of petit larceny and given ne months in jail Judge Bentcn Appointed Governor BecKham appointed Judge M Bnton of Winchester special idge to try the case of Hayes vs Gil rt in the Knox ircuit Court Lexington Trots Trotting meeting Lexington October to 18 Low rates one fare round trip a Q C Route daily from all points Kentucky Ask ticket agents for r icu lafll Taken to Reform School Turnkey Beecham Lackey took to e Reform School near Lexington iday Julia Crockett and Ed Harris ith colored sentenced at the recent inn of court Republican Mass Convention The Republicans of Waco Magisterial strict will meet in mass convention Brassfield Friday October 4 to nom ate candidates for Magbtrateand Con lIle respectively new Warehousa In connection with his coal yard hich he is preparing to open on Aspen renue Mr Jack Freeman will abor- tbgln the erection of a large ware juie fronting on North street Trie to Kill Her Babe Lucy Miller colored of College Hill as adjudged a lunatic on Monday- d orlered to the Lexington Asylum er i isanity assumed a violent form- d it is saul nhe tried to kill her babe Willgings large stockof 7all Papers are constantly oving new goods being add 3c up to finest handmade rices guaranteed the lowest On Separate Ballots Acordiug to the ruling of Secretary State lull aud AttorneyGeneral reckinrldge county and municipal kets must be printed on separate bid ls and must be deposited fn separate hot boxes For Sate or Rent A nice twostory eight room resl not with good stable and garden and her ueceKsary outbuildings on icond street For particulars call on addrets n B SHACKELFOBD 12tf Richmond Ky Held Over to The Grand Jury Kiuirod McIutoBu charged with inK an accessory to the killing of Lee HHI at Milleis Creek Estill county is held over under f500 bond at his ainiuing trial Friday to await the ac m of the graod jury For Sale or Kent I have for sale or rent two houses id lots at Kingston this county aUo r sale one farm containing 70 acres more one mile west of iugston r particulars addie r18 ep4t Alus JANE GILMOEE Elks A party of well known Rock castle tizens including County Judge It G rilliaius Attorneys C C Williams and lm W Brown and Messrs W C lulling and Thomas C Cherry were itiated into the mysteries of the Elks re Monday night Big Sale ol Real Estate Having decided to go to Oklahoma D Uhenault oileru for sale lila ele ut residence property the Ganiett old his farm aud other valuable real tate in and around Richmond For scription and terms consult ad else here in this issue Estray Heifer A small red heifer with a few white Pots on body came to my place about Iree inonts ago and has since been ared for by me Owner can hire awe by paying charges JOEJk8K etl8lra lUcbmoHdVKy- ThlemLootASHHe 4i- The grocery store of Fred LHaefofd t Berea which was clotted aeeal Weeks ago on a writolathachwettt V sued by Kellogg WhkwirryesbIai- ty was broken l rtu SuwUy k1Pt Mid moat of the goode Melea Jsf clue to the marauderc Dr HoUon Dwtlrt Kyapri7tfFor Rent Three brick residences on Vnl versify Campus in good repair larg yards and gardens stables water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to augUtf JHBIASTOK Royalty Treated The A OU Ws who went to Stan tntlaitthelatl2emonilng They speak in the highest Statifordloyally entertained Best Record at Harry Wilkes Park Last Thursday at Harry Wilkes park near this city Dr H C Jaspers mare went a mile in 21G which is the best yearHenryher nya she canrnake an even better record will favorabje conditions Storehouse Completed Mr D Z Taylor has completed his storehouse at Waco on the site of the one that was burned a year ago and will this week open up a splendid new stock of merchandise Mr Taylor is wellknown to the trading public as a successful merchant and will no doubt do a fine business Electric System Underway tThe proposed Interurban electric rail way system connecting the surround ing towns with Lexington seems to be a certainty Ground was broken at Georgetown last week for the first line and it Is predicted that cars will be running between that city and the Bluegrass Hub by early spring 50000 Policy B C Potts local agent for the New York Life showed us Monday adraft for 50000 payable to the estate of William McKinley This is the amount of the policy held by the President In this old reliable company The draft that Mr Potts had was only a facsimile of the original which the com pan sent him as a clever piece of ad vertising Early Morninq Fire Fire at an early hour Thursday morning gutted the two story frame residence of Lizzie Clay colored op pOsits Myers mill Most of the furniture down stairs was saved but that up stairs was lost Loss estimated at S1BOO covered by insurance By be roic work of the fire department the flames were kept from spreading to the adjacent building Low Rates 10 Minneapolis One lure for round trip vTaQticen Crescent Route October 10 ami 12 account National ConvPlllilllfof the Christian Church Finest service in the South He sure your tickets read via this line Ask ticket agents for particulars W C Rineareon G P A sep252t Surrendered to the Authorities StuartSanders under indictment for criminally assaulting a fifteen year old girl In the western part of the county about a year ago surprised the authori ties last Thursday by comirgjnto town and voluntarily surrendering He gave bond for his appearance at the next term of court and was released Sanders is a young white man and now lives in Garrard county Re n3vajs 4 Owing to his increased patronage which necesti tated more commodious quarters Mr W L Leeds the artistic painter decorator and paper hanger has moved his shop two doors further west to the building on Irvine street formerly occupied by W G White Co us a chemical laboratory lie guarantees all work which accounts far iiis services being in demand Harvey Douglas Goes Back Into The Butcher Business Mr harvey Douglas has bought a half interest in the meat store of J N Cultou Sm J N Culton retiring and his son Mr Charles Culton re maining Tbe sale took effect yesterday and the new firm is now Culton Douglas They will continue businessat the old stand on Main street and we predict for them a fine trade Lexington City Officials Indicted Henry T Duncan Mayor of the city of Lexington John Met Ross former Chief of Police Harry Slough Captain of Detectives and William Jenkins de tectivewere indicted by the grand jury in Lexington for malfeasance in office These indictments are the outcome of the recent sensational disclosures con corning the protection of pool rooms and other gambling concerns in Lex ington Well Known Octogenarians There are six citizens in this section of Madison county whose combined ages reaches the sum of 514 years They are liS follows Jackson Newby 82 Etby Hill 85 both of Ilockaday 0 M Clay 91 of While Hall Billy Moore 80 of Newhy Joseph Perkins 87 of this place and Jesse Newby of Baldwin 80 Perkins and Clay are1 Mexican war veteransjVnd aHbid fair to wltnesB in1I1 more moontVa1ley View ArgelltjSchool Incorporated f A Frankfort dispatch to Wednesdays OinirierJournal eayK The Wai tens Cohliide Institute orRicbrnondf Madison county tiled articles of incor poration in the ofhre qf the Secretary of State this morning It grows out of the compromise the Central Unlyer3 shy matteaitdtakes its name from the lion S Walters The incorporatgni are A Th Biirnam J Stone Yal e Bennett H Young John B ChenanU W Jl Shackeliord arid others A Social Settlement 4 A social settlement under unique conditions has been established 1l Berea College near Narrow Gap Mies Adelia Fox is in charge and is settled in a neat log IJOUFP with a iiure hoes la her yard jn which eew1m- gckol singiiiKiBC fiobl an Jollier ac ijlj ties ire carried on for tl e bencit population which has been eingahmri- 3left behind Shootings laitpired JmooBfthine whiskey and other dill flersare zhfeJut Mist JfoX aid 1mci welk areumseLeeted t1 w MtMed M Ball At Winchester Wednesday aftr noon before Circuit Judge Scott le W B SiuHh made application for8Ati1- ulcler habee eorpmme proeeedla1A- L Kirby who was recently brought back hoist Fresno C Hf rBif to answer the charge of killing Gii iit- rea twefv8e ago The toft 1r- MIbtdat2H which prl ergave Thursday wkii BOM of the beet me in tI4 oltt se hi towkwie wirt wgTelea ftss jaii hrs He iIt MOtretlrai1mIlHldWelito CWtfortS bei rwtalB until fate Ural la bet f I I Bauti sJ w For All f A t d We hare the best Bowers I that can be produced tft it Our Floral De ijbpossesiry KNOW HOW in ar ranK bg Each order it receives our personal at tention BELL The FIoristtI tJLEXINGTON KY aENBYiPE8RYAgt f JB Bells Hewers ge lYerywere rNotice Iwish to notify the public that after this date I will do no more crediting as I pay cash and it takes cash to rUn the business Please dont ask it Kespectfully septll4t E BERRY Prof Mitchell Resigns Prof Robert Mitchell has resigned as 1itBand and ieffflast Wednesday tc jolJll Barlows Minstrel Troupe ProfjMitchS ell is a finomusician wbichis attested by thesplendld proposition made him by Barlotvs mannger Purchased A Tentr Sowers Brothers of Whitlock proprietors of Sowers Minstrels lave pur chased a large tent and hereafter they will not have to depend upon school houses and other unsuitable places in which to give performances They will leave shortly for a tour through tIme Northern part of the State The Sick 4 t We are glad to note that Mr MfGV Drown is able to be out again Mrs W Stewart Jones Is convales clog from an attack of fever Mr A D Miller Manager of the CLIMAX has been confined to his bell several days with a severe spell of ton a sillitis Resigned The Marshalship o Officer Charles Dudley who went to Irvine a month ago to become town marshal of that place has resigned and Monday returned to this cityiesays Irvine is the quietest townin America and about all the needthey haye for a police ofilcer up there is to keep the hogs off the streets and theflies off the loafers An Old Volume Jack Bueknerbetter known as Um brella Jack brought to this office Monday copy of the Journal of the Kentucky Legislature of 1824 In it we notice where thatrugged old Democrat Andrew Jackson gets the vote of time Kentucky delegation for President This rare old volume was found among the debrisat this courthouse whlchis now being remodeled Horses for New Yorfcr Mat SCohen has sold to Central Park JtldLzmgAcadewy of Sew York City one carload of twenty horses which will be shipped to that city Fri day in charge of Hugh CVilloughby who has supervision of the sale department of the Academy Mat says this tsthe best iload of horses ever stabled in his barn In the lot is a team of bay geldings 153 hands thigh for which he secured 1800 Mr Willoughby will also take several horses for Mr Cohen which lIe will sell for him A Good Feature Winchester has inaugurated some what novel but ccmmendable depart ure in its colored public school A re cent issue of the Democrat that city says J HGarvin principal of the schoolasked for an appropriation for the support of an Industrial depart ment in the Colored City School The Board of Education has contributed one hundred dollars and the City Council gave a like amount The money will be expended under the supervision of the Board of Education and one bun dred dollars will he raised from private 5ourclS A lad Man Arrested Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill arrested Monday afternoon near Berea tho no trious Jack Gilbert one of the worst des peradoes in this part rtf the State on n cbargeof honsebreafclng Although he was heavily armed and had threatened to kill Mr Terrill on sight tha plucky officer brought him to time disarmed him and lodged him safely in jail here Monday night Gilbert is a former Clay county feudist and an all around ter ror He now Jiyes near Wallaceton this county There are numerous charges agalpst hjin both in this and Clay counties and tho officers regard his capture a S an important one Officials Elected For Collegiate Institute The incorporators ot Walters Col legiate Institute of this city met Sat urday afternoon at time Madison Na tionat Bank and effected a permanent organization by electing the following olfilere President Jv Stone Walker Treasurer H ft Burdam Secretary W It hllackeIforJAIl necessary steps including the raising of funds were takeuto uiakethe institution a suc cess Under the principalsliip of Col Edgar mitt his able assistant Prof Hunt the school is progressing satis factpry and new stud rtsarematriq nlatingever week The Board of 1J1 rectbrs have every reason to believe tha wth jhe earnest cooperation u thetpeople qt Madison coutitjrthey can make tho school a firstclass institution of 3fs kind and a 80urpf incalculable benefit to this section of the State Early Completion Assured Work is progressing most satisfactorily on the Beatty vile exteBsloBflt the L A and all indication point to its conipletion by CJiristKias The Beattyrille News says Work on the construction of the railroad ia being pushed vigorously and all inter estwiseein anxious that the work be completed on time The rails have al rreciy been ordered bU the steelworker Btcike may delay thek delivery a fewdays Word come from down the river tliat there areanany cainps full ofl4h fero whe are 8trivifl to flaish tb work and get outof the tented cIties belete cold weather comes Time grade is slMut ready for the ties and rails to Mlkeffiiranch but work on tbetr tie hbeen delayed Down at the tnni la- rQo jfore6f men is at work at both RriIIartd are making rood progreM AMUI Ute rlKhtotwav Ies NiUer 8 hrekiO Bealty ville lalKr f are atrititfc ettttmder the directiou rL etMM t ttt fofeouHi BO that wHH the work M iiwl ly e pdbytbecosipimj Witt M jssfirsteIarn cOlkditif r1 TT n f1 h 4 tf1 ft1 0t 1 WfnterClothiii I o 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 more for your dollars than we can Heavy Winter Suits 5 00 AUwool Winter Suits 6 50 Extra Allwool Suits 8 00 Fine Suits 1000 1250 and up Even in our cheapest suits quality is considered before pr- iceOVERCOATS I Wetve a great assortment oft matchless values YOU cant afford to buy until youVe seen them 4 Corduroy Pants The famous Keystone brand guaranteeda new pair free t1if they rip in any seamnoth ing better for hard wear exactly your size in our great stocktry them once r 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 Covington Bunks r OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS t t t JI I Gov Geer of Oregon is said to be the best judge of horseflesh In the State Dan Breck has both city and farm department for the old Continental In surance Do Assetts S10C3857147 25sep2t Cecil Rhodes will spend the summer in Scotland shooting grouse and deer rpf ThIs signature Is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tab1ela the remedy that cure n cola In one day Even Satan was only a rebelnot an anarchist TO CUHE A COLD IN ON3 DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cento Rev John Kerr ot Lima claims to own the oldest Bible in the United Stntcs This Will Merest Many To quickly Introduce the famous blood purifier li B B Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will give awayJO000 treatments Jn JJ will positively cure all blood and skin trou bles ulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itchine humors swellings plm plea boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh Mood poison af fecting throat or bonesmucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBB makes the pure and rich heals every sore or eruption awl stops all aches pains Druggists 1 For fiee treatment address Blood Balm Co r Atlanta Ga Describe ron ble and free medical advice given until cured B U R cnres old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic drugs and is the blood purifier in the world Bishop Gandler of the Methodist church south calls the higher criticism a sort of polka dot revalam ion Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office In the Collins building MRS ORRA C HART Stale Agent 2lfeblyr Spain is getting ready to whip Mo rem Its about her size Sixty Years of Popularity PerryDavistions made to sell upon tIme great tation of the genuine be caution therefore when yon ask for iv bottle to see that you get the genuine An nn failing remedy for coughs colds bron chitis The essence of lemon is extracted from the lemon peel SJtojs the Cough and Works off the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold mono day No cure no pay Price 25 cents The tusks of an elephant frequently weigh from 150 to 300 pounds W aH Het Weather Enemies 6f humanity cholera is the worst Treatment to be effective must he prompt When vcHnmug purging and sweat announce that the disease is preeent combat it with Perry Davis PaiR All bowel troubles like dysonteryis equally Itealtbprofflotlng in all climates An injury forgiven fe bettetuhaa an injury receivedOa Jtottt Of BEWICKS PKP3INH LOOD TON IQ will Re you fekty amelIoe1Vlth BLolld DO YOU WANT To sell your REA I ESTATE TIMBEr or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindthe particulars is I may be able to help you Address JM N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 121ec ly Rev T II Miles has just celebrated at St Louis the 50th anniversary of his entry into the Jesuit order Old Age Old age as it comes in the orderly process of nature is a beautiful and majestic thing Time very shadow of eclipse which threatens it makes it the experIenceknowledge is old age as it should be But olu age as it so often is menus nothing but a bodyViiatlargely the care of the stomach In youth and the lull strength of manhood seem to matter how we treat tho stomach We abuse it overwork it injure it We dont suffer from it much But when ago comes the stomach is worn out It cant prepare and distribute the needed nourishment to the body and the body unnourish ed falls into seniledecay Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is a wonder ful medicine for old people whose dljtIlionsbodyItmakes old people strong A railroad man is a typical line en graving SOMETHING NEW They curt dandruff hair falling need ache etc costs the seine as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it lisa been introduced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonderful comb is simply unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely impossible iff break or cut thjs hair on a writ toil guarantee to give perfect satisfac lion in etery respect Send stamps for one lIlIes size 50c Gents size 35c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Address D N ROSE Gen Aigr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr By attending to our own business wo are mere apt to succeed T9 Renewal a Strain Vacation is over Again tho school bell rings nt morning and at noun again with fens of thousands of the hardest kind of work has begun the reuewalofwhich is a mental mill phy sical strain to all except the most rug god Time little girl that a few days ago had roses in her cheeks and the little boy whose lips were thou so red you would have insisted that they had been alreadylosthealth Now is a time when many childrenshould be given a tonic which may avert inuch serious trouble and we know of no other so highly to be recommended as Hoods srsaptril perfectsdl22slionmental development by building up time whole system liseplm Its safer to cook at any rate than to rate at Rnycook Tetter SaUKheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inc allayedbykin OJntBMfflti Many Very bed sasee have been permanently cured by It It Is equally ecieii tfor itching piles awl a favorite remedy fur sorenfptchapped hands chilblaIns frost hfte8 Had chronic sore eye 25 eta pet box Th ta4Iys CmltIom Pwwers He JedooditiOll buttJl6dieiboe 1pttiD comtWo Pre IG- Jeatl peria JUJJ O O IC JtcC Lu Luc Q c Q It Mtk OF All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at e e THE Dh1VQiUU1 CASH STU And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business YHE Buyers lorpif four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans 11 fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALLCt GOODS The new fall and winter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I countyAnyoneeveryone however can reap results Bold type is impressive and inexpensive but it is the doing and not the saying that counts in the long run We are the pioneers of low prices in this city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi ness with the tenacity of bloodhounds and give to our customers and friends a harvest of Rich BARGAINS that will be long remembered Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All tile colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain and figured Jaquads to the finest Imported Kerseys Our Golf Goods and heavy weight stuff for Pedestrian Skirts will be the talk of the town You can buy nice woolen dress goods from us as low as 14c per yd on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per yd Come early and take your pck Our Silks Dress Trimmings and Velvets are models of beauty All colors in Taffeta Silks good qualty as low as 49c a yd Our Dress Trimmings are brand new no dress is stylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the proper thing in Dress Trimmings OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Plan manyFallso low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodate cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming on goods this fall is all due to this cause c= 7 P1 prices prices Corset Will permit quote prices in Domestic Department Suffice to say that naming prices in Department that only meet but beat prices will have quoted you where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known to the Domestic Department will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and a single good thing has been passed up Never before been able to values Our buyersBOOTS talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are Fall and Winter wear at absolutely less than they talks in buying shoes Lot after lot were picked by planked down them until we had all and more too than Boot up and Shoe UpH your entire family with less pair two elsewhere offer shoddy stuff our firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every The very best manufacturers are represented in our Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Boys and Mens Course end Fine Boots Childrens prices that are a death blow to competition FOR THE CLOTHING Competition found to take a backseat when they Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made cash down and their offers were accepted We our price You get for just about onehalf what it SHOESARE Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall Vests Odd Coats and everything to be had in a first shown in this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits Men and 1250 are worth double the price afked them Our to everybody Call and see them Skills arc showing all short Jackets Jackets are and Tans buyers bought ont severaleast at that date garments up Get Bee Store a fit We are ladies The this season We new coloring for upto through admiring time nreitv new thiingaimil won we can afford to name such low prices on Dont lor et to take a peep into our Carpet and Curtain We are headquarters for these goods We aro sole agents for I m Yea a eOY5 And have just received a large of them in air time new styles Try an AmericanLhdy and you will want no other not us to on goods our it we are this not any you else not out for or We no out is for own it 298 for for Cash for our Iother departments derinjrvhow tlein Lace Departments OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full of the very best things in price 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Our Mens fleccedlined vests and pants price 25c are a wonder for value You canget anything you want iu our Underwear Department rE ARE showing many new novelties in our- LL91 HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Our Hoisery is all upto date and our prices in Hosiery will be pleasing to you Our Childreus Hoisery Is the bestselpct ed lot we have ever had and our Misses and Ladies Mose and Mens Sox are the oHm of the town Call and see them We are naming prices on Mens Furnishing Goods Shirts Collars Neckwear Hoisery Handkerchiefs Gloves Suspenders Etc that looks like we are giving them away Come and get your share Whelflt Rains ou Bt ut Your Bowl carry everything you want in small wares No ur buyers t pent whole lays in tIme Notion and nothing new anti pretty escaped their WA are showing numerous pretty new tbitJtSil1 and Notions Cull and MM them andAre piled mountain high on our tables and counters Never was such values offered as we are giving in this department Allwool 104 and 124 Fine Blankets are being sQld at the price formerly paid for low priced stuff We ore selling good 104 size White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink and borders for 48c each Our Comforts run qualityYouset you up for housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow- Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them J TALKS HoyOur IWe Blankets Comforts CASH Cash always talks If you pay cash you want to buy goods from merchants who pay cash for them and sell them for cash rrhenyou dont pay for other peoples bad dentS Your money talksIOUR MOTTO IlUriderbuYt Undersell Cash down when goods Iaredelivered iv hanTong you for past patronageandextendirigtor uan earnest invitation to call and see us aria make our house your e city weare very respt j F W IL OLBIM l COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IP NcxLmus c r i ft yr 7T1r r t l 1 THE KNOBLE1- WATER FILTER POSITIVELY GERM PROOP A new PRAC TICAL and IhK FECT FILTER for home and cm Kcrcial use Wo giV rcntec our j FILTERS lo jjlve perfect MtUfac tlon If desired wo will put up a HlLTHRIp your home or office for a wcekIrIa1 to show you IIs merits Stnd ftr Oamflett Cotnlogi THE KNOBLE FILTER CO t JOt LI1OIpcIllcAoL ILLIauH1I1II Your Subscription is t duePayup it I Unsedme POU4r fRASSIICKEL iU- risUNEb1Erfl la UMlMUecCO- Ii w 1s II Will StlTM Mill jtlY rt lb nne look w inucli tloiiVd wilt Cltli Platt Cltll wttk llttto labor CUUlMt Will baller tbay etlo fntiaii kUZjIr1Ifltrd Iodot4M IiLwill slot Raushcntkc oU finder Skta 1m Scratch tutup h oeiit er1 Cu leto la inaomnl ly llM burt utlMf Kir- If rwr dflrrde not hava Ikwod name and iira tor Ire 14W- p1UNEEEMEPOUSHde JIlL Chatham Pa Sljuly Cm r DESIINS s FREENoUcct r NneetlflpatmtIiecuredLetteri SIGGERS Palrnt Lawyer Wuhlngtoa DC VIGURMEN NEll Easily Permanently Restored rt allWattngpriceTliHaican Drugsiits dec9lj PITTSBURG m CENTRAl STOCK YARDSlm EAST LIBERTY PA OFfER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Ist Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti ntMi Washington Philadelphia Now York and all Eastern mirk ts- tod buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all oilior stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at ention eZRYHgl DAY SALES SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr I The Sonlka Mutual IimW Co OF LEXINGTON KY Tho Giant investment of tho South BENEFITSito the estate of the dead Tho OcinnanyjH nearly 8 years old and lias a greater premium mcofiw to tho business in force than allY Lifo louranco Uoinpany 4ThaAmount Paid In Living Benefits 5620 O Placed in llnrerse anti Surplm 365000 Anyone desiring an inmtment y 1ldlnK large returns during life thin Company otters ipeclal adrantage K SMITH BOiAiMKN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY I11M A T MILLION Local Agent nichroond Ky it IeT I I 1= L rr rr rr rrC E SSIlTll Trcs F E BAIKD Sec and Treaa L M WARE General Manager Tne JCfarS u raity urety o Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market TheBEST because will you the Most Money Polish SILVER MAGNETIC It is BEST because there is no ratio 3 for I business on our Books It req ilres LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jefferson than in any other Company VINE Qfllcklr Yards make high virtuallyGroundA trial will prove the wisdom f an Invettmcnt In The Jefferson f HOME OPiICE No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY OBQANIZEO 1858 QEOW MORRIS Fres W W KITE Vice Pre TUBMUTUAL LIrE TINKNQ E SO OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Jlerrlwelher Sey Jot Peltun TraM JIM II HUaitmin Medical Dtrectcr henry A Ilodge Supt Agenciea Kentucky Admitted AueU Dec 31 1900 S3GI871t 2iI bl1KUB oec2ii ou 291O 18 Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 19io J7795J7 M Kxpendltnrei lor limo 6OI9 50 EICCBI Income OTereiptndlturoj j 1746R lit a Iswraice II FMce DeGcl1lter31MI Itt4S549 t- jH KENNEDY Special AgenT GmarJTRICHMOND KY LAND STOCK iWO CROP Tho Danville New noles the sale of a quantity of corn nt 353 a barrel The Georgetown Times reports the sale 6fa pair of threeyearold mules ai OO Richard Pettus soW about 300 bush els of nhentto J 11 IanChiIilltnCO if ilanforJ at Cue Lanraeler Record The llarrodaburj Democrat rajs that W OerhuDe has bought 1000 mutt colts thU scaatn at an average of 30 a Utal1lIe Stanford Journal uotca tho sales of a bunch of bogs at j40 a lot 01 corn at oJ 20 jJ pound IIIuts nt 5c and 517 bales of timothy hay at GOc per hundred r N irewilt bought of different par tjt2 1UU fat Ills for October delivery HI 5jc lie also bought 70 lambs at 2c u bt of butcher caRlo nt 31 to 8cDau ville Advocate Thirty peaches that fill a half bushel measure grown by Mr F It Jjinville of Somerset Ky are on exhibition at the 1aiiAuierican Exposition Thojjf averaged a pound each in weight A J Brown ol llnrroilsburn bought of Mr tipoouatnore six mule colts at Jl W W Lyon Co bought 01 Smith A Nell of Adair 15 fat sugar mules at 131 They bought of other Adair parties six cotton mules atOO Interior Journal Jonas Weihl has purchased in this county during the last week 078 export cattle avcrageing 1475 pounds at 5c and Louis Joseph about SOO head average the same at 400 Those purchases or cattle bring thousands of dol tars to our farmers Mu Sterling Ga zetteGenseng is reported to have reached the price of tJ5 per lb in the Louis ville market last week This Is fifteen cents higher than it ever went before A considerable quantity of ginseng was formerly produced in this county hue none is found now the plant hay ing been exterminated Corn sold at2th to S223 at the heap at Thomas Yautis sale in Garrard The James H Yantis farm was bought by Sirs Nannie Jennings at 2425 Ilyley Collins have bought of It B Boston 4200 qushels of Jtihn and Jas Woods 1500 bu and from D Gosser 500 bu wheat at OSc Woodford Sun Many species of corn are growing In Bolivia which ate unknown in the United States One variety has grains twice as large as those of the largest corn grown by our farmers Ono kind is of a bright yellow color every grain being as large as a thumb nail Whim bitten it crumbles up almost like flour and with a slight bruising it could ba turned into mealErS- mock 2ros bought eight butcher cattle from M L Vaughn at 24 and nold to Isoin Bros of Pleasant Hill a lot of fthoats 00 pounds average at tie Judge J W Hughes sold to IL F Sanders 125 hogs for Oct 1 to 10 delivery lie got thi for those that weigh 170 Ibs and over and life for tho thtu weigh under that amount At the sale of John naIl Dora Poulter near Bohon yesterday 100 common fchoep averaged about 2 n heada lot of steers Fold for 153 a liandred S milch cows sold at front 28 to 12 and two horses brought fC5 and 85 Harrods burg Democrat Tom Brock sold to Louis Joseph last week 100 export cattle at 5jc Most of the present hemp crop in this county linsbeensotdat five dollars per long hundred L 11 Itainey sold to John son Aldridgo a lot of 1000 Ik steers at 3Jc infield Thomas and Will Barnett sold to the same party some heifers 700 to 750 pounds at 3c Calloway Crawford bought lust week of Frank Itedford ICO acres of land n part of tile Matthew Hume farm at Sj per acre Gay Bros soul to Louis Joseph 01 cat lIe 1500 pounds at 5jc and 73 head AOinewhat lighter at 6c Winchester Democrat Discouraging news again comes from the great cornbelt The monthly re port of tile national department agri cultural shows that the average condi tion of corn is 51 7or about one half n perfect crop Tim statement is 28 0 points lower than for the corresponding period of 1000 33 5 points below the same dato of 1899 31 points below the mean of all September averages for the past ten years and 8 3 points below September Ib9lthe lowest average ever recorded While the August rains were beneficial to lato corn it is only a few states that thurop showed any Improvement or even held its own during the month In many localities it is feared that early frost will play havoc with the late corn To make a lot of mules for market early in lifo and worth from 140 to 100 each as twoyearold they should be foaled from larce mares early in spring about April or May They should run with the dam until October 1st wben they should be weaned and put in a shed with plenty of light and air antI fed with a few shelled oats and plenty of substance such as sorghum run through a cutting box with dover or timothy hay Do not feed too much corn as it fevers the legs and produces scratches The next summer they should have access to the grazing pas Horse Senseft Any fool can take a horse to water but it takes a wise man to make him drinksays the proverb The hursc whenthirstyclock without regard to the needs of nature Because of careless eating and drinking r stomach trouble is one of commonest of diseases Sour and bit ter risings belch ings unnatural ful eatixgdizziness and many othei symptoms mark the beginning and gress o disease ot the stomach Dr Pierces Gold en Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of di gestion nutrition It cures through the stom of other organs which have their origin in a dis cased condition of the stomach and andnutrjtlonItblood cures obstinate cough and heals weal lungs f heart l iaaIwconzt4tIonbIngDiecoireryWhichbottle t began to 1et better J have ue4 aearly belleoitItwaItMweJ Dr Fsrc iitlteuut PeUeM ep iIM itrIu and Iweat hve effect on harness treated with Eureka Hu Otis Oil It rc the dop soft and pU IIi not Stluhe bnalu rough or to eWe ndcot The haineu set only keepe- Iookln5 lilf new but wean Iwic- eaSloDhy use otEureba- lLarueiiOS Soldg Standard On Company 1 iKA tktslL 1 turp with a little corn eacli tiny until cold weather nlion they should be brought back to his farm and fed anything they will eat until September 14 They should then bo sixteen bands liii tat and roaily for the market jfftien feeding care should at nil times be exercised to keep the system cool with green stuff and to keep out scratches which ia the greatest enemy of the mule I find H good cure as fol lowe Take equal parts bluestone white vitrol and IverdiBris grind to gether with an equal part of soft soap mix with warm water until about as thin as paste apply with a swab on the end ot a stick about three times a week Kentucky Cor of JJotton Planters Journal DeWitls Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safo prompt jiiitlp effective in removing im purities from the liver and bowels Small and easy to tako Nevergripe or distress IEKUV THOMAS President Roosevelts declaration that he Is not a candidate for 1904 must be taken with a grain ofsalt No doubt he meant it in good faith but tho man does not live who once President would not try for it a cecond time h sayshisbad case of eczema by the use of Do Uitta Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all couuterfuits It instantly relieves piles PEBUY THOMAS Czolgosz cau be killed of course hut that will be very poor satisfaction for hIs crimo Is there not some way of preventing such nets in the future in stead of merely puniihing them alter they arc committed Mothers every where praise One sufferingsitlittle ones it has saved Strikes at the root of the trouble and throws out the inflammation Tho childrens lavorile Cough Curo PHRKY THOMAS It is said that a new cigarette has beer introduced and fs called tho mu sical cigarette Every Jime you take one from the box n miniature music box plays Nearor My God to Thee Kotlol IyKpefisin Cure is not a mere to nature It affonlc the stomach complete and absolute rest by liueeting tho food you eat You dont have to diot hut can enjoy all the uVSpollsiaCure 1I0tlILook back over Hoogevelts careel and it will bo seen that ho lies novel failed antagonize his superior officers Now that ho has none to antagonize will lie pick a quarrel with soire for eign nation FOR- Rubber a a Stamps- Call at this Office Public Sale The undersigned It E Turley as agent of Margaret J Hoggs will on Thursdays Oct 3tt01 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock a the premises of Magaret J Boegs in Madison county Kentuckynear the Kentucky river and near sell to the highest and best bidder the following described prop erty tit Two tracts of land located on the west side of the Stoncy Run and Ford Turnpike road and bounded as follows First A certain tract of land containing by actual survey 128 60100 acres being the part of the Boggs farm near Ford Ky and the east end ot said farm adjoining the lands ot Alex Turpin Rufus Shearer Ance Warner and other Second A certain tract of land containing by actual survey 177 22100 acres and being the west end of the said Boggs farm adjoining the lands of Alex Turpln Margaret J Boggs being the home Sam Shearer and the Old ham tract Out of the present Boggs farm Including and surrounding the icsidenco are reserved about one hundred and seventy acres and the fore going two tracts of land to be sold lie east and portionAt will be sold the following personal property viz Onehalf of abont 110 acres of growing corn a certain tot of cows and calves sheep a pair of aged mules three brood mares ic- TERMSPossession of said land will be given when terms of sale are complied with with privilege retained of gathering and re moving crops Onethird of purchase money for the land will be paid cash balance in six and twevle months with lien retained Per sonaltr will be sold for cash R E TURLEY Agt sepUS3w Addlcks hns como to the front can didating again Why dont the Re1 publicans deliver to him tho goods he bought and paid for and bo done with it Vanderbilt says It makes a man un happy to Inherit money We can In turin Ijim that it makes aman ajood deal more unhappy notto inherit money Both parties will soon soud out orders in the next cainpaipu to swat the trusts but the Republican will confine their efforts to swatting them with verbige Joseph Gaspard Chaussgros de Dery a French engineer is said to have made tl first maps of Detroit in 1749 and 1754 Out of nine Presidents since 1801 three or one third have been cstiassi natod Can any kingdom or despotism iiiEurope show a worse record In France during the month of June last there werfiftysevonstritesThe 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Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention l1giEVERY t Tn ott11ir Mt1 Inv m n Co OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The OcmpanyJs nearly 8 years old and has a greater premium iiicofiw to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company Th Amount Paid In Uilng Benefits S562OOO Amount Placed in Rerene anil Surplus S365OUO Anyone desiring an Investment yisldlnj Urge returns during life thU Company offers peclal r1mlnc K SMITH BOWTvmNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY- lulL A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky C E SMITH Ires F E BAIRD Sec and Treas- L M WARE General Manager The Jrn rinty Sure y Co Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market TheBEST because it r It is BEST because will make you the there is no high ratio 3 ourMost4 t tCpleteson any 4 0 + + TirtuallyQroundA trial will prove the wisdom f an Investment in 4The JeOerson 4 YIJOME OFaICE No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ilORGANIZED 1868 PreITBBMUTUAL LIrE 1NKNE CO3 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky DkTld Merriwether Secy JOL Pettun TreuJa IUeadman lIed leal Dlrectcr llenry A Hodge Snpt Agencies Kentucky Admitted Aset Dec 31 19W saOIlI714 falIBPtua Xec3lI9OJ 1II16OtJ 18 Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 1910 779537 M Expenditures lot 60I9VISO Hxces Income orer expenditures 17151 H J Issuraice It Fwce Becmkr 31 WM iif6 1 J H KENNEDY Special Agent Gm3YITRICHMOND KY I LAND STOOL AND CROP The Danville News notes the sale of a quantity of corn at 365 a barrel The Georgetown Tunes reports the sale of a pair of threeyearold mules at 300Richard Pelt us sold about 300 hush cia of wheat to j 11 Uunrjhman Co of Stanford at Cue Lancaster Record The llarrodsburg Democrat says that VOTerhu lie hat bought 1000 mule colts thin seaun at an average of 30 a bead The Stanford Journal notes the sales of a bunch of hogs at j40 a lot o corn at I 1G 00pound Iioats at 5c and 517 bales of timothy hay at GOc per hundred p N Prewitt bought of different par lies 100 fat hugs for October delivery HI IIIlItvI1u AlhucutlImeasure grown by Mr Fi Jjinville of Somerset Ky are on exhibition at the PanAmerican Exposition TuojjC averaged a pound each in weight A J Brown ot llarrodsburg bought of Mr Spoouamore six mule colts at 11 W W Lyon Co bought ol Smith Nell of Adair 15 fat sugar mules at 131 They bought of other Adair parties six cotton mules at 00 interior Journal Jonas Weihl has purchased in this county during the last week U7S export cattle avcrageing 1475 pounds at 5c and Louts Joseph about SOO head average the same at 490 Those pur chases of cattle bring thousands of dollars to our farmers iiu Sterling Ga zette Genseng is reported to have reached the price of 925 per lb in the Louis vile market last week This is fifteen cents higher than it ever went before A considerable quantity of ginseng was formerly produced in this county bue none is found now the plaut hay ing been exterminated Corn sold at2W to 225 at the heap at Thomas Yautis sale in Garrard The James H Yantis farm was bought by Mrs Nannie Jennings at 2425 Ryley Collins have bought of It B Boston 4200 qusbels of Jvlm and Jas Woods 1500 bu and from D Gosser 500 bu wheat at CSc Woodford Sun Manyreciesof corn are growing in Bolivia which are unknown in the United States One variety has grains twice as large as those of the largest corn grown by our farmers Ono kind is of a bright yellow color every grain being as large as a thumb nail AVhon bitten it crumbles up almost like flour arid with a slight bruising it could bu turned into meal Ex Smock Bros bought eight butcher cattle from M L Vaughn at 24 and sold to Isoua Bros of Pleasant Hill a lot of shoats 90 pounds average at iiu Judge J W Hughes sold to H F Sanders 125 hogs for Oct to 10 delivery He got 6 for those that weigh 170 Ibs and over and file for thos that weigh under that amount At the Mile of John and Dora Poulter near Bohon yesterday 100 common sheep averaged about S2 a heada lot of steers Fold for353 a hundred S milch cows sold at front iS to 12 and two Harrod6tTorn Brock sold to Louis Joseph last 4 week 100 export cattle at 51c Most of the present hemp crop in this county i has been sold at five dollars per long hundred J It Kaiaey sold to John sou Alilridgo a lot of 1000 Isleers at I 3c Winfield Thomas and Will Bur nett sold to the same party some heifers 4iOO to 750 pounds at 3c Galloway FrankIi acres a part of Matthew Hume farm at jper acre Gay Bros sold to Louis Joseph 91 cat headsdemocrat I Discouraging news again comes from tho great urnbelt The monthly re port of the national department of agri cultural shows that the average condi I tion of corn is 51 7or about one half a perfect crop Thw statement is 28 9 A points lower than for the corresponding 1period of 1900 335 points below the same date of 1899 31 points below the mean of all September averages for the past ten years and 8 3 points below September 1891the lowest average ever recorded While the August rains were beneficial to late corn it is only a few states that the erop showed any Improvement or even held its own during the month In many localities- it is feared that early frost will play havoc with the late corn To make a lot of mules for markrt early in life and worth from 140 to SlGO each as twoyearold they should be foaled from laree mares early in spring about April or May They should run with the dam until October 1st when they should be weaned and put in a shed with plenty of light and air ant fed with a few shelled oats and plent of substance such as sorghum run through a cutting box with dover or timothy hay Do not feed too much corn as it fevers the legs and produces scratches The next summer they should have access to the grazing pas p HorseSen3eAny fool can take a horse to water himdrinkwhenthirstyclock without re gard to the needs of nature Because of careless eating and drinking stomach trouble is one of commonest of Ills bit5tertugs unnatural ful eatingdizziness and many othei symptoms mark the beginning and gress o diseascot- the stomach Dr Pierces Gold en Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutri It cures stoinIorgans ave their origin in a die eased condition of the stomach and iriuonItblood cures obstinate cough and heals weak lungs t was JaVen with Grippe which resulted in ItCau6iIIlfODtlandAUgloanC7 oCthetueav1sgIIcansence ki him medicine lie acI JBe tatake hla Colden Medk1 D4sccetyWhich I did Bef re I Joltd finished scccwd bottle I began to feel better J hare need beady541 r feel thankful t Cod for beMSt r liMe received frOm Dr Pienoea Golden Md ittII11eMbowds 1 aIM A Raia and wet haveno effect on harness treed with Eureka Kar ness Oil It re elsie the damp able Stitches I do not break No rouctuur- bee to chafe and The harness onIykeeps looking like new hut wean twice asloncbylhe me of Eureka Ibmcss Sold everywhere mew Standard Oil- Company a iiKA 1luAYJ lure with n little corn each dayuntil cold weather when they should be brought hack to LIlA farm and fed anything they will eat until September 14 They should then be sixteen hands high rat find really for the market fallen feeding care should nt all times ho exercised to keep the system cool with preen stuff and to keep out scratches which is the greatest enemy of the mule I fled n good cure as fol lows Take equal parts bluestone white vitrol and verdigris grind to gether with an equal part of soft soap mix with warm water until about as thin as paste apply with a swab on the end of a stick about throe times a week Kentucky Cor of Cotton Planters Journal DeWitts Little Early Risers nevertdisappoint They are safo jiMitlp effective in removing nil im purities from the liver and bowels Small and easy to take Nevergripe or distress PEKIIY President Roosevelts declaration that he is not a candidate for 1904 must be taken with a grain of salt No doubt he meant it in good faith but the man does not live who once President would not try for it a cecond time C 31 Phelps Forestdale Vt says his child wits completely cured of a bad case of cozema by the use of Do Witta Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all counterfeits It instantly relieves piles PEUIIY THOMAS Czoljjosz can be killed of course hut that will be very poor satisfaction for hiscriuio Is there not some way of preventing such acts in the future in stead of merely puniihing them alter they are committed Mothers every where praise Our Minute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved Strikes at the root of the trouble and throws out the inflammation Tho childrens favorite Cough Cure PERRY THOMAS It is said that a new cigarette has been introduced and is called the mu sical cigarette Every time you take one from the box a miniature music box plays Nearor My God to Thee Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere nature It affurilc the stomach complete and absolute rest by diueeling the food you eat Yon dont have to dint hut cnn enjoy all tingood food you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure instantly relieves that distressed lieiLook back over Roosevelts careei and it will be eteii that he lies navel failed to antagonize his superior officers Now that he has none to antagonize will he pick a quarrel with soire for eign nation at FOR- Rubber Stamps- Call at this Office I I Public SaIe The nndersigned R B Turley as agent of Margaret J Doggs will on Thursday Oct 31 01 beginning at the hour of 10 oclock a the premises of Margaret J BOERS in mlon county Kentucky near the Kentucky river and near Ford Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz Two tracts of land located on the west side of the fltoney Run and Ford Turnpike road and bounded as follows First A certain tract of land containing by actual survey 123 60100 acres being the part of the Hoggs farm near Ford Ky and the east end of said farm adjoining the lands of Alrx Turpin Rufns Shearer Ance Warner and others contAiningbywest end of the said Boggs farm adjoining the Itoggabeitigham tract Out of the present Boggs farm Including and surrounding the csidence are reserved about one hundred and seventy acres and the foregoing two tracts of land to be sold lie east and west of said home portion At the same time and place will be sold the following personal property viz Onehalf of about 110 acres ol growing corn a certain lot of cows and calves sheep a pair of aged mules three brood mares cTERMS Possession of said land will be given when terms of sale are complied with with privilege retained of gathering and re moving crops Onethird of purchase money for the land will be paid cash balance in six and twevle months with lien retained Per sonalty will be sold for cash R E TURLEY Agt sepUS3w Addicks has come to the front can didatinf again Why dont the Re publicans deliver to him the goods hI bought and paid for and bo done with it Vanderbilt says it makes a man Unhappy to inherit money We can in form Jim that it makes a man a good deal more unhappy notto inherit money Both parties will soon send out orders in the next cainpaipu to swat the trusts but the Republican will confino their efforts to swatting them with verbige Joseph Gaspard Chaussgros da Dery a French engineer is said to have made Uift first maps of Detroit la 1749 and 154 Ont of nine Presidents since 1801 three or one third have been aseassi nMeuL Can any kingdom or despotism inlKurope show worse record In France duiing tho month of June last thorn were fiftyseven strilesihe wtwasThere are nearly SOOOO morewonipn than mon in Ohio Yon see mostOhfo Uteri are aray somewhere hotdidof fice The hA R iiwTdtap opt Its cap again In fact that gaui7on saews tl ilaoJostefdry bluer ejECH Jpr Its W4mcef v ijt A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sunt All doctors favotrild to cure CA TARRH Loyt HSU ordervacid pasitforiu1heiraittiiibranea uaiibiiiK them to crak open Still bleed The powerful ucidt used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the BRIIIU liieiiiliranco that heir makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointment cannot reach the disease An old and experienced pac tiiiuncr who has for innny years niado a clous Miulv ami specially o tile treat perfectIused not only relieves at olive bm pernrttiently elites CATARRH by removing tle ranee stopping the this chnruop and curing all inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the alllicted parts This wonderful rcintdv is kuown a SNUKFUSS lie OUAKANTliEb GA1 AUUIl URK and ill sold at Hit extremely Iciw price of One iJollnrearli package wmtitinin internal and exter mil medicine sufficient fur a full monthH treatment undeerthingnecessary to its use perfectATARIIInow recognized as the only stile ani positive cure for thatannoying and dis gustinc disease cures all inflaniina tion quickly and permanently and is YFEVEltCATARRH when neglected often CONSIJMPTIONSNUFFLES once It is no ordinary lemedy but a complete treatment which is positively amlormpackageonce and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive cihiscase without cost to you beyond tilt thuGUARANTEED tiltUnittllleptl059EDWINand 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr Fast Fchedules finest trains to Cincinnati and North Queen fc Crescent Route hmlm Um for Wosea East End Pittsburg Pa ThoroughCollege SituaUonbJmblnes golfForRev Chalmers Martin D D Pres 21Jnly3m M + CALL AT + M + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEW IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY KodoDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat aidsNaturestru ting tte exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it In efficiency It in stan tly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Stomach Nausea 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