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I l T is RICHMOND CLIMALJt1 lIh q i wI = 1 I IWJ lIE 2S RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1901 prfltshDwstih NUMBER 20 PROFESSIONAL OARDS ArrotNEYs RW MILLER ATIOBKBTATLiW KBnoCXT- ol1lce RICIUIOD the Burna Building next door to arers National Banks feb311 sULLtV N JA ATTOKNISVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ome overState BankTrUBtC0 opposite Court house on Mniu Street J r 01 M CII NAUIAr ATTORNEYS AT LAW KltNTUCKY RICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen nlta grocery VT R LETCHER AitorneyatLaw ItIcILMoDiKEcrvcKY Comce over Taylor Tiros Storo JACKSON ROBERTS AND COUNSLLOM At LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY office over Tburman Gocrr Copany PHTSIOIANS DOS GIBSON GIBSON pIirSKIASS AND SURQBOX8 KENTUCKY RICHMOND 18 and to SecCcdini bwldinrOffice in tb oe old drulttore 27Hnuend Street OTt CHAS C HOOKER IIETERINARYSURGEON Graduate Ontario t Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty rOffice at table on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly lIeG JASPER M Jl Medicine and Surgery OhcePrather Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on UroKuvraj KEKTPCEY RICHMOND EVANS M D GW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KlCIIMOND KKNTUCKV DEiTTAL SURGERY T OaXttnt eims tQDSQ or LoCtSVtLLB KY jOMCe next door to Government Building nichmSnd Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Vel ucbday Oct 9 t Our floods ANO Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial fto a1aaJ IiItha B 3 IJ oinnuiij J S The ladies cannot be decei ed by catchy phrases nor bombastie claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hhiteANDGibsonc IifIam ageOL lor Page Wire Fence j 10 And wilt sell any amount wanted Keep car load on hand at all tIesAlso pure Durock Jersey Hogs for sale J T COY Klrkirille Kj 1- FL rc rj n- c fit 0 f 1 y 0 04 en tr1 t15 i t tl1 O rr e 2 fit AY cS t4 Jue rr JEWELRY ts Cb The largest strck in central Kentucky will be found a- tVICTORBOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SpIit Second and ++ Swiss Watches alsott Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen- I also maka a specialty of MEDALS CLASS IINS ETC and Desiim ing done by a flue Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times ily Motto ia KELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly JAPANESE PCUREunofIUPlOSl1OnlXS PIIU01e1ery wttc1arercsollln In damn nncery Why encjur WrltenOuarantee Ubymell Sent BoxCONSTIPATION EnQULLTOaaud0 tako epeclilly adapted tor childrens tiro 60 LrJupaicoFor sale by Stockton Hasan Druggists fuill lliIW i8IDp Successor to J W Azbill llwry M ann Sals Slie IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CUURCB Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonablej RICHMOND roch27Iy KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs i- nwli YcPf rfor Summer and Fall trade- cComprising many e pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices are Just Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your WallPa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER COWL LEEDS Iilnterand Decorator ITJantr PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN RfllUftY OX KENTUCKY ktdsad Sokiilil ta urt MI tt lies SABTBOmca No L NOS N rLv Lou YIUe 74xn iii7i5iiii- M ShelbyvilLe9IOam iSSpm 9t6pTu Ar Lareucsbg9bam aS6pm 1I4610- 1M Versailles taiSam t7ptn ittOtpm- AT Lexington 1O4tm 7 Upm lOS pi WEaTBODNU NoG Not No4 Lv Lexineton74m 4pm ruAr Versailles 75au3 8aspm f3ao1 AT L roacebjM Pam IStpm S43 Ar SbelbyY1Ue 9lCuTn lpm Ar LouUTllle 740pm 1WIra AaTBOUHD WK3Tnon Wo lliNo ll Noii OOpm1is01 LT lo4OIIm Lpm LT STATIONSINo1 fltom fl pBi 73Upm liaStamlAr 710am ZASTB0U1Sa WHTJIOI1XD No 15tNoCI71 8TATIOIIV INo 16rtNoe9 T LouinH Ar lO4OemF74- PLpTs DtOllm TshelbvuAr DIm 6ISpm- 47p = Inma IYVprsU Ar 75am Ipmf- lOpm iLiOtBi Ar Midway 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had never visited this iiotrcH plare or pleasure resort I concliiihif to travel that way fo mounting Olfll Trusty I was soon epeediijj In thafj direction The flnjt place en route is Pahiti Lick situated in the southern part of Madison county and partly in Garrard It18 reputed to boUe of the best Uk tie town ill the State to its sizi III re gird to business It has at good bank buildinfr recently erected und also an iron bridge to span Paint L1ck creek is under erection which will be a great convenience for the traveling public A twelve mile run on rn ex beautiCnljtittlecounty teatof GaVratd and has some two thousand populnluti It has 7i very large pinza in the centerof whiih is a nice little park with a hice Iron fence around it A rill of thirteen miles takes us to Crab Orchard at the BpriiigB Tfild town lit a biuall one liuviux about four hundred population Our old friend exdru gist and ex councilman Joe Brooks is stilt holdiu the fort in prime order and looks like a blooming rose Also located hero in business is Hugh Hawaii a Mtulison buy and brother to Terry Hagan of this city This was the former home four townsman Wlllj Fair Gorniley The sprInts buildings are located in the suburbs of the Unvn and Ian lovely plaice There are tlireesections4 two of frame and ohe of brick The two of frame are located near the street but tho brick one is some dis tance back making a large court yard in front The kiundsare beautiful having a nice lake many willow trees a pavilion over the chalybeate spring The rear part of the grounds has quite a rustic appearance which makes ita very acceptable place as a pleasure re sort The large brick structure cost 150000 The grounds are owned by a Indianapolis syndics te Tbqre were rusticating there this summer at one time 2uO guests The Springs are under the management of our former well know towns man Joseph Willis and there is no discount about Uncle Joe and Anut Patties knowing how to run a pleasure resort or anything else and she said that the water gives everyone such an enormous appetite that it taxes the little county of Lincoln to its utmost to furnish eatables for them to masti cate And I learn that there hus been a great improvement in the general routine of the affairs and entertaining at the springs since their Installment as managers A great many of our citizens have honored the placet with their presence this summer 6ur acquaintance Leslie Evans and his bride spent their wedding trip there And Joe Tribble is casting a great effulgence over the place by a months visit Also hand some Clarence E Woods anti wife are lending their attractions to the place Mr Willis said the Governor ought to have been there when the place was full of the charming beauties of the State and no doubt would have made a mash on some of the charmers On returning I went by Stanton and the road to the place runs through some beautiful country The scenery is cs beautiful as any in the world Eu route I encountered Aurcliua Dunn a former citizen of Madison who owns a nice farm four miles from Stanford lIe entertained me royally and is always glad to see his old friends Next morning I mounted Old Trusty and proceeded to Stanford It has about 2000 population and is the coun ty seat of Lincoln Located here is Professor Barnett Piukerton teaching a female school lIe was formerly principal of Madison FemaieIustitute this citand also pastor of the Christian church A mile from the city resides Mrs Lena Shanks nee Baldwin who was one of Madisons most charm Lug stylish and beautiful l1IenSO mounting Trusty I proceeded by the way ot Lancaster and arrived safely at home that evening All offbeat sur rounding towns paleiuto Insignificance when compared to our beautiful city Gov EDWIN BROWN Lawyers and Editors A lawyer in cOurt may call a man a liar Ecoundrelvillaln or a thief and no one will nlak a complaint when court adjourns If a newspaper prints such reflection on a mans character there is a libel suit or a dead editor says the Aurora Bulletin This is owing lo the fact that the people believe what an editor says Fire at Alton III caused a loss of half a million dollars W IAN c IS LIKE A DELICATE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 1 In goodccncttoazhes sweet and loyaH and sings liesJongon a Joyful harmonjouj string Out of order or un3trunglhsreI dLcordance and unhapplness Just U cue key note to all mustcso there hoe keynote to health A jvoniaajnlchi as well try to yv3l tQ fl well and Jopk well while thjMJrgans thaU5aiehera woman are feeaWor Diseased Shs must be healthy Inside prshs antb chcaIthyouj There are thdusazd CWorn n suferitg epU al- lovrihe couyMl5nd9Y rlC- slbers sikrcc n r a1mral1 T19 3omaJnlt is- of the first Im o c v WderaUoX should gVct jfcT lorgJt Brat fields Female Regulator la a medicine TM v6mensIIls It thcafestandqulck est way to cure lou ao1atMgofthe ness headache iickache andjpen crileaicss Yo- aiibe astonzhe- aLthe rc3uit t3 Jlyoi have SPItUY other called remedies We are not asking you to try an uncer talnty Badeidsk- eguatorlssmsde happy thousands women What It has dens for others It can do for you SoM la drug stores icr labttle A me lUustrate Wck wilt be iitIe w rite A 10t K U TOR AdMa G a I I L The Ship Squabble There are signs thus prematurely of a species of waifaiebotweeii theadher oats of the battle ship and of the sub marinoxXypes of naval conitruclion It isa conflict at once unfortunate untime ly and Unnecessary It offers a stand lug and practical menace to the entire naval program and should be settled before the effect of the controversy Its felt in Congress rue results last year when Congress did uolhfnfc toward the increase of the Navy will lIe repeated during the coining session of Congress if this senseless strife between enthusi asts of one type and those of another continues The situation as dlecloFed lust year gave every evidence that the friends of the submarine boat were powerful and quite capable of holding their own in the fight which was pre cipitated by the enemies of submarine system The question then rained WHS a purposeless one and we are sorry to note that the saute question threatens to be iutroduueil during the approaching session It ought not to be suggested that Congress must adopt a naval pro gram which demands a choice between submarine und battle ships There no morn reason forinsisting upcii the selection of one to the exclusioiirof tIle other than there is to insist tlmtthn Navy shall bo composed of either kirin ored cruisers or torpedo boats Tlie functions of the submarine boat are distinct anti tIiy are independent ot crnliscrone type anyIdeopportunity for pursuit and attack on the open sea the submarine will have its special work as a haibor and coast defender in which respect it has dem onstrated practically its value Do you suffer from pileb If so do not turn to mrgery fur relief DeWitln quickIyand danger of an operation PEltRY A THOMAS From no PMt of the country have ex pressions ofaffection towards President McKinley been more numerous than froiii the south Yet the south didnot give him a single electoral vote tItus proving how well it can discriminate between the man and the President Lewis Ockerwan Goshen IlidIDe Witts Little Earlv Risers never bend me double like other pills but do their work thoroughly and makeme feel like a boy Certain thorough gentle lEn KV A THOMAS Wonder if President McKinleys al leged pledge to General Sickles 10 remove Pension Commissioner Evans is one of those that Mr Uoosevelt will carry out Ue hope he will at last require it to be well substantiated first W T Wesson GhoIsonviJle Va druggist wrilesI Your One Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction remetyforblesSPEnny A THOMAS It is to be hoped that Congress will tako some action about the Isthmian canal this winter if only tu put au fend to the ingenious French lobbyist that has been working both the French people and the members of Congress InlligcstiOIlMotllike others 1 tiifid many pre parations hut never found anything that ld me good until I took lOnlol Dyspepsia Cure Ono bottle cured me A friend who had suffered similarly Dyspepi4aCurebe able to work Before he used Kmlol Dyspesia Cure indigestion html made him a total wreck PKIIKV THOJMS The British are wondering where the Boers get all their ammunition This however is scarcely more extraordinary than the sources of their supplies of horses and inca- ANTITOXINFUII SWiNE DISEASES Returns from the Board ot Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt show losses in 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F H DeVaux after several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded in Isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which Is manufactured only by the DeVauz Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs hue been successfully treated and saved by this remedy lion treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated Inlectlonoftheirprevent death by disease and in sick kwine will save at least S per cent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer can edmlohtcrthe Aalttoxla Orderaccording to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hoes SUM ChemicalCompany21aprly Congress to Pay Presidents Physicians Congress will make special provision for the payment of the physicians and thelatolre8ideitpayment of his funeral expenses This was the course pursued after the death of President Garfield Wlmt these ex pcDScswiUi amount to III the ease of President McKinley can not 1m stated eveiv approximately us noun of the hills have yet btensent in In the case of President Garfield Congress appropriated in nil 57000 Of this amuuut fJ5 000 UU for the pay meiitr ol Ahe physiciais and 22000 funeral expense The total expenses iijlliH case of President McKinley will btfullv as great for though the bills of the physicians will not be largess t ivere in the casaof President Gar pell who lingered for more than two months afler he was shot the expenses belarJlerrbeGarfeld funeral will be for railway transportatioiii LhiBwiJl include the special train which brought the funeral paHfrom Buffalo to Washington the epeefal train of three sections which fearried the party to Canton and the special train of five sections back to VftSh5ngton Congress aot only paid President Garfields funeral expenses but also mal o liberal provision for Mrs Gur fields She was paid her huebandji salary for the remainder ol thej ear was given pension of 5OQQper year fur the remainder of her life anti was given the frankiag privilege by which she AII et1ri6mal18withQ the pay n1CiltOfpOttae Frank Jami it ald to lots Je winning OmQf o kert nnes Qi course jie sirwful ia avwthe txtUw llll kIJt ChildrensFertilizer Thats a good name for Scotts Emulsion Children are like young plants Some will grow in ordinarysoil Others need fertilizers The nature of some children prevents them from thriving on ordinary food Such chil dren grow right if treated right All they need is a little fer tilizcra little extra richness Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment Fcrilizersmake things grow Thats just what Scotts Emul sion docs It makes children grow in flesh grow in strength grv rich blood grow in mind grow happy Thats what we make it for Send for free sample SCOTT ft nOWNE Chemist PearlSt X Y juciuJ f100 all druggUu Four Surprized Sisters Cincinnati Enquirer Four fcisHrs tanging in are from t 74 years and living respectively in Massachusetts Flurlda Kentucky anti Ohio met the past week under unusual circumstances Simultaneously Irom their tar apart homes three of the sisters arrived to visit the fourth in Dayton Ohio Neither of them knew that the other was coming Kadi lady had made up her mind BO suddenly for the visit that there had been tio tioj for mail communication by any mem ber of of the families There was no birthday occasion illnets no known cause whatever that might explain bow the three ladies at the same time conceived the idea of visiting their Ohio sister Having decided very hastily on cow lug each lady started at once and had in view the extra pleasure of giving the sister in Dayton a happy EurprisoTliert was an unexpected general surprise Just as the Kentucky lady walked in to her relatives home the Massachu setts sister arrived Astonishment was at great height Warm greetings were not yet overbonnets hud not yet been removed when in walked the sis ter from Florida The four bisters are Mrs Elizabeth B liradford of 1ensacola Fla Mrs Dr Annie B Campbell ot Boston Mass Mrs Jennie UutterSeld SmUliof Oynthiana Ky and the oldest Mw Willey aged 74 years of Dayton Ohio The four sisters had not met since they were called together 20 years ago at the death be of their father TfTe quartet were daughters of the late lion S A Buttei field Sr who was a prominent figure in the Miami Valley early Democratic politics Lord Kitchener is considering the advisability of making fibers ride on trains In order to stop train wrecking But where will lie got his supply of Boen7 Will he use the women and children he has collected in his deten tion pens A Special Offer To introduce it quickly Into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week from now until January 1 1902 including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marlon Reedy con tains the best independent polical article stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you The sooner your order is received the longer you receive the paper Sub scribe today For sale by all news dealers Five cents per copy fl per year Write for sample copies THE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH DHUXKAIIIIS ARE 1JEIXU ChillED DAILY IN SIlT Ul THEMSELVES No Noxious loses No Weakening tho Nerves A 1lrasant am iusitive Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstoodthat Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves Completely shattered periodical or constant use of lutoxicat lag liquors requires an antidote of neutralizing aiideraditntlng this poison anddt the craving for intoxicants Sulfeners may now cure themselves in home without publicity or Ions of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLD CUKE wjiich has been perfected after many ypars of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according tu directions of tibia wonderful discov ery is positively guaranteed to cure the niiwt uhuinatu ease no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men BUSIremedy Is in no sense a nostrum but is a specific 8kilJuilyItvisedthoroughly soluble mind pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or entree without the know dge of QfDrunkartlgthis priceless remedy and as many temIperateministered by loving friends and reta lives without their Itaowledge fn cojwe ttdiReontmu jee Y IJO NOT WAIT Do riot L6rle IYdtll by RlJparent anti misleadIng mm prov nwnt Drive out the disease at once and for all time The HOSEE extremeiyitiwwitiimnieachi of everybody a treatment c06ling2Qtopaekisrt Special advice sklUed physiciahit when requested withioutex traehftn Sent prepaid to any part of A JollartitlrPMnlfERk COMlAY23 arid 21- 2akt11 atrs Phiii4elphiia lAl eorretpondence Btrictlvconfiilon fii1 Jlinaylyr Four New Voting Precincts For fear of some misunderstanding or confusion on the part of the voter we reprint today a full list of thelet tion precincts 21 in number and their election officers including four new precincts created by the new gerry maider The registration last Tuesday day was conducted by tlise sime of jdiers and in these same 24 precincts herciu after named Precinct No I Court hiiuseO A Taylor D W II Smiih U Jtitlgis- All Douglas D Ohrk John TaylorU herilT West End No2J II Kennedy D Grant Lilly U Judges W U Shack elford D Olerk Q G Prewitt 11 Sheriff University No 3D M ChenauUD T 0 Adams K Judges H K Tevis n Clerk William Flattery R Sheriff East Eud No 4 L T Wilson D W C Fielder It Judges John Jler shon D Clerk WT Ortega R Sheriff Ohenault No 5Jako S White D A T Chenaulc R Judges Newiand Jones R Clerk Harrison Williams D Sheriff Forest Hill No 6Titte Langford n 0 C Rains It Judges Chins Jenkins Sheriir Samuel Bennett It Clerk White Hall No 7 Eugene Burgin DJ S Minter R Judge GranvSlo Clark R Clerk Joint W Shearer D SheriffMcCreary No8John L Ends D John W Reed R Judges Win Rink R Clerk Jake Shearer 1 Sheriff Tipton No 9W W Combs D Simpson Norris R Judges Joe W Lewis R Clerk II K Mellon D Sheriff Kavanauch No 10 Thomas McKm ney D C C Norris R Judges W II Miller R Clerk John Doty D Sheriff Waco No IIWT Fielder UJ E Cornelison 11 Judges M T Uybee R Clerk William Terrill D Sheriff Brassfield No 12 James Combs D J M llendren 11 Judges II B Dun can D Sheriff N G Told 11 Clerk Bear Wallow No13William Good D JOG Morris R Judge W P Sand lin R Clerk Cam Lewis D Sheriff Kingston No UJ D Parks D Josepheus Wilson It Judges Kit Witt R Clerk R W Boulware D Sheriff JJluo Lick No 15B S Terrill O John Bales R Judges Jiio HarwoodR Clerk John Johnson D Sheriff Beren No IGI C Davis n John Gay R Judges T J Onborne R Clerk H C Kinuard D Sheriff Clay No 17 John D Goodloe I C M Lnustman R Judges Fayette Vaughn D Sheriff 1 W Coyle R Clerk Duncannoii No I8M M Miller D J C Mason R Judges H E Allen R Clerk James White D Sheriff Burnam No lDI A Allen D DI Wm West R Judges Miller Davidson R Clerk John Ballard D Sheriff Levis No 20Steve Jones D Robt Long R Judges R S Brown 1J Clerk George Shepherd D Sheriff Crutcher No 21T J Curtis D John Murphy R Judges Win Ooori let R Clerk M B Arbuckle D Sheriff Poosey No 22 Evador Tudor D tam Carpenter R Judges J N lIen dren R Thomas Warner D SheriffNewby No 231Vm Turner D Jake Young R Jules R E Tudor Clerk R Iti vaiitII m iii D Sheriff Bigeerstaff No lBeerley Broad dun D James Jones R Judges Win Ledford R Clerk W C Biegerstaff D Sheriff Greatest In The World Within five years Cascarets have reached the largest sale of any liver or bowel medicine in the world simply because they cure They have great merit and we consider the tale of over six million boxes a jear our best testi monial No matter what ails you start using Cascarets today and if you Are not benefited and in every way satisfi ed alter you have given them a fair trial you can have your money back for the asking There is no waste They are put up in tablet form anti every tab let is stamped 0 C C II They dont cost much 10 25c and 50u a box and a 50i box will furnish a whole months treatment for the worst case Cascarets are the best and cheapest liver and bowel regulator in jhe world The faults of military rule were well illustrated at the McKinley services at the Capitol where army officers took charge to the exclusion of the Capitol and cky police They reserved over half the seats lor themselves anti their families forcing Senators and Repre sentatives to stand and even crowding out time families of the Supreme Court altogether The publishers of the country do n t intend to submit quietly to the auto cratic action of use TOM Cute Depart ment in excluding premium giving pu blical ions from the second class mall pri vileges A committee hUll been formed which will take the matter to Congress when it meets Teddy RDOseyelt prefers to trust to himself rather than to the Secret Ser vices to protect him from murderer attacks and considering thatthe Secret Service lots failed three times In forty years to protect our President from death it cannot be said that he Is alto gether foolish Kipling was right when lie spoke of the peculiar spirit of the average Amer lean that make him make tlo law he breaks that makes him break theIaw he makes Yet in cold blood there is no people in the world with such a reverence for the forms of law as the Api erican Admiral Schley suffers severely in the FucWen death of his chief counsel Mr Wilson but nevertheless the truth will be brought out Already lime Navy Department has been forced fo siljnit the Inaccuracy of the chart on which it based much of its attack on the Admir al A gentlemans agreement has it is BRidbeell reached by several of time European powers not to engRffa In war willingly for ten years Willingly if a very elastic word so etaB that It re duced the agreement to nothing We should like to have aa expert opitttoa froNthat CliMMg profewor who M F that LoMfeltcvif wut Ie qa pot M efetlert iWc tvs JDerUof MarHalu3z aud eddy oaeeH t Do You Know That Buggies and Carri elS are from J5 to cheaper now than they erra few weeks ago We still hue rood selection on cur floor Yo- usae money by buying now and T T r GUS ttGreat Fall Opening S- aleCLOTHINGGREATEST SALE OF FALL AND CLOTHING EVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY 4 Boys School Suits 49c 1 49 2250and up J J 4 wrens Fine Cassimere t Suits 2 99 and 3 99 t iSuits to LOUIS WINTER largest celebrated Benjamin 300 dozen Shirts price 1 2 98 CentsWhich than Cost We just received our Fall importations in our Tailoring Department Jandwe are ready show you the largest best most complete of these goods in Kentucky This department in charge of Richard Shryock who will be glad to show you our line to MAKE OUR YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LOUTS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Jere Wilson one of tIle foremost at toruoys of Washington and principal counsel for Rear Admiral Schley died suddenly in his apartment Tuesday Death was due toacute Indigestion Hens in consultation with hisaKsociatein the Schley caK an hour before his death His early life was fpent in the courts and on the bench in Indiana served two terms in Congress and then remained Washington to practice law Governor OJell of New York medtiat ing on HK Us said to view Roosevelts accession with consternation Still if Teddy hadnt been elected VicePresi dent the chances arethat the present Governor of New York would be a Dem ocrat so Odell has no kick coming We are willing to bet a small amount that it it is in any way tile Judges of the Court of Inquiry will re turn a verdict whitewashing every body As in the Mikado they will declare tint you are right antI I am right and all Is right toolooraley General Wood is guitar to arrange a reciprocity treaty with Cuba which Mr Koosevelt will ask Congress to pass Yes and Mr Roosevelt call spirits from the vasty deep The real question Is will they come when he doth call fur them The fcKlnle National MemorIals sociation has forwarded articles of incorporation to Columbus O The oljc of the association is to erect suitable memorials in honor of time late President In Canton and Washington Allexcept badones There are hun ofcough medi cines which relieve all coughs except bad ones The which has been curing the worst of bad for 60 years is Pectoral Here is evidence Mj wife was troubled with a iecfrtnted cough en her limp frIhrtt years One day I thought of how Ayers Cherry Pectoral saved the of my sister after the doctors had all given her cp to die So 1 purchased two bottles and it cured my wife completeljv It took only one bottle to cure iu7 sister So you see that three bot ties one dollar each saved two lives We all send you oar heart felt thanks for what you have done forusJ ILBURGZMaooeCoJ Jan 13 1899 Nv far tie fret lie jiCM get t triil krttk of ClMrf Pectoral for 15fXdIJ1c yotdauit lose nothng In style and qual ity Vehicles ofn kinds will cost more another season prices of materials are going up Ey damage John Donelson Prop STRAUS Mens Black Clay Wor- stedj Suits 4 99 It The and finest line of Suits every shown t in Kentucky the s I firm of Alfred iI Co N Y regular and now is less to and line is to to STORE LEXINGTON GENTS FURNISHING He possible can dreds coughs medicine coughs Ayers Cherry life JPeopef FriendJn- the who ells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron Beds Folding BedsRockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs j+ 4 + 4 + 4 ++ 4 Our Undertaking department charge of Mr Arthur is complete in every respect W Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND BWMT KENTUCKY WHY NOT BUYJTHE BEST COSMO CARRIAGE Glen Rock IWILUm Gretaest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX sAnd Thet OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND Both One Year For from 50 00 have Todd p1 501 The FARMER Cleveland the best swlcnllural live stock niHiktt and home weekly journal this uonmry For overy membur the family totlshow make the farm PRY aiil the home happy has pairs every week pages Most complete and reliabln market pnrts LnrestactnaIstaffof practical BdHnrsaDdcorrPspondptit fall farmers No Idl awake farmer will with OHt tkievsst farm Hud mine ijonrnal forl lttiRfflllltd again Add ICJ Pnatiiit UC1ltflODdjy Co 444 EverythiugFOR 444 +in S No 75 Standing Top Surrey Made the best materials nice light carriage made especially for one horse We also make a full line thIgh Grade Vehicles and Harness Sendor Catalogue and Prir CO Pa 25 O 01110 0 is In of It to U 20 of An 24 rn be It wl jl p y 4 4+ ++ + + + + of A of Fit Penry h mit found the rule yet hut both are reported ii g il c nditi J5 to J8 aWe k Salary for an Intelligent mn orwoman In each town Permanent position 30 cents per hour for spare time MANUFACTURER Box 73 Philadelphia Pa llsepS Stock Crop Etc AT Public Sale I will sell at nncllon at my place one wile from Paint Lick Ky on THURSDAY OCT 17tfc 1901 Beginning at 10 a m the following property 2 Jscka 6 and years old 1yearold corn blued stallion IS head or SSand3 year Olds also several sReAnuUi 10 head T harness and saddle horses so fresh mtkb emu all bred to thoroughbred Hereford bull thoroughbred registered Hereford bun 15 star or timothy hay crop of corn shneked in the field alen fodder lar lot or farming tm plrments all to be sold wlthoutrPIIrvt1fff- nrther paUcnlars call oujl E 8alle DaCr vlllc Ky Terms made known on day of sale MrS EH Bsliard TD KuslUli Anct P UKT tJC1tY b U if 11 tI t r lfi IfM i 1 jJ H l fJ 11 1 q 1 II i 1 The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULTv Proprietor A D MILLER Manager U LIE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 9 1901 rDBLUKKUJCVKKY WKDXKSDAT JIT The Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET J FOB COUNTY JUDOS N B TURPIIJ FOR COUNTY ATTOBKBT j TEVIS COBB roR aUBIUFF JOHN P WAGERS rOB J1ILEK JAMBS C CK YIFOR CLBa JEiSH CO1IB FOB KKPBKSBXTAIIVB CIIAS L SEARCY POE scuoelaupggaTENDgNt J W WAGERS TOB A3SB5SOB GEORGE NOLAND FOR SURVEYOR FOB COBOXBB CLIFF SAMUELS FOB DAVID n TEVIS FOUOB JUDGE II P RICE FOB OITY ATTOBHFT J TALBOT JACKSON FOB CUIBF OF POLICE J H ALLMAN r yea VAG1STBATE D PARMSR FOB OONBTABU H F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMAN COURT BOCSB J W Bales W1 Leeds crrr UL- LOTWelk E n BjbetD- VIVEBSnT C G Deagteg W L Arnold TUB Courier Journals Washington correspondent commenting on Presi dent Roosevelts policy toward the South telegraphs hid paper as follows The country will know a great deal more about the Presidents Southern polky in a year than itdoes now M r Roosevelt is either going to adhere to the Republican organization or else he is gin to turn Democrat and its dol late to doughnuts that he does not do the latter The talk that is now bring sent oil from Washington to the effect that tie President is going to appoint guod men to office in the South irre spective of their politics is all tommy rut Mr Hoosevelt did not applnt any Democrats to office while he was Gov ernor ot New York and he did appoint a number of bad Republicans And he will do the same as President of the United States TUB Massachusetts Democrats nominated Josiah Quincy for Governor and adopted a platform in harmony with the spirit of the Chicago and Kansas City conventions as the following ex tracts will show- linpedalistic spirit must be opposed at borne and abroad The people of the Philippine Islands should be prepared for speedy self government and for ultimate independence under Ameiican protection Free trade with other Nations is necessary genuine reciprocity is a step toward it Trusts should be regulated and controlled by Federal authority publicity of their accounts should be enforced Tariff duties protecting oppressive trusts should be abolished railroadrates should be uniform A BROOKLYN lawyer has discovered that every volunteer who enlisted dur- Ing the SpanishAmerican war is en titled to bounties amounting to 276 provided for bya Federal and State statute passed many years ago The State bounty law provides for the payment of S4S and the Federal law f102 to each volunteer It is estimated that the discovery of these old laws will cost New York about 2000000 and the Federal government about 5000 000 LIL 8rowerCo LEXINGTON KY Dont Stand in Your Own Light IOn this Carpet Question t No one can see this mngnilicent stock without a rich and quick realization of iu exceptional importance The Car pets and Rugs that have recently ar rived are from the best looms in the country and are here in such divetsitj of pattern aud colors that buying be comes a pleasure FabricZZ Beauties In SavonneriesVelvets Brussels Ingrains iNever before have JI- vv j oJI we been JlJIoJI so well equipped to handle your orders 1 Try Us This Fall Carpets Draperies Furniture Wall Paper Mantels F1BrOerCoi1 PAIN AND BROADWAY LIX1NGTOU Ky t tt GOOD for Mrs Roosevelt A corre spond ut Writes of the first lady of the landi MrsRoosevelt Is a good horse woman but not at nil a female athlete nor does shotfayor womens clubs Strong pressure was brought to bear upon her beforetheir last election to become presidentgeneral of the Daughters of tho American Revolution but she refused The only society In which she takes a personal interest is the Mothers Association of New York State of which she Is a member She is the mother of five children ant not yet out of tho thirties There is much jn these few lines that American women can read with benefit to themselves to their families and to their homes IN a dispatch from Washington to the Chicago TimesHerald Walter Wellman says that the United States and Great Britain have reached an agreement concerning the Isthmian Canal and that the now treaty om bodying the agreement will soon be in the hands if President Roosevelt It is believed that the objections urged to the flay Panncefote treaty are met by the new one which provides that the canal shall be neutral with its neutrality guaranteed by the United States alone but that in case of war the United States may take such steps as it deems proper for its own prDtection RICHMOND Va Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy has adopted reso lutious against the appointment of such a large number of sponsors and maids of honor to the Confederate reunions and protesting in the name of history against the titles of Colonel and General being so recklessly conferred by the local camps and the United Confederate Veterans The resolu tions declare that as matters now stand appointments as sponsors instead of being an honor bring those appointed I into ridicule PERSONAL Mr A H Zaring was in Danville FridayMr V C Gains of Clark county was a court day visitor Mrs John D Goodloe is visiting re latives in Lexington Mrs Elmer Deatherage is visiting her mother in Lexington Rev W A Eienhart is visiting rel atives in Philadelphia Mrs J B Stouffer is back from a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Fan E Watts is visiting Mrs S V Nuckols in Lexington Attorney Hugh Riddell of Irvine was in Richmond Thursday Mrs H G Turner and son Lynn are visiting relatives at Georgetown- Mr R W Cole the well known gro cery drummer was here Monday Miss Kate Blanton is the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs L R Blanton Mrs G B Turley was the guest of friends at Lancaster the pest week Mr and Mrs J V Logan of Paint Lick visited relatives here Monday Mr John II Thorpe came all the way from Chicazo to register Tuesday Mr Elhridge Park of Irvine was here Friday enronte home from Cincinnati Mrs H B Hanger has gone to Phil adelphia where she will spend the win terMrs Wiedon Witt of Estill county is the guest of Mr and Mrs Everett WittCommissioner S E Scott and wife spent several days this week in Louis villeMr J Ed Tudor of Ford was here Thursday enrouto to Waco to visit rel atl yea Miss Mattie Turpin is visiting her cousin Miss Alice Turpin at Kings Station Attorney C C Calhoun of Lexirip ton was in the city Saturday on legal business Mrs A C Buchanan and little daugh ter Elath are visiting relatives at Forest 11- 1Messrs Louis Scblegel and Joe Giun chigliani have returned from their fishing trip Mrs John E Dykes of Winchester is with Mr and Mrs J D Dykes on Third street Mrs French Tipton left today for Frankfort to visit her brother Mr Jack Stuart Mr W B Lane of Winchester was here Monday mingling with his Madi son county friends The initial meeting of the Cecillan Club will be held with Mrs B L Mid dleton this afternoon Mrs W A LangforA has returned from a delightful visit to friends at Paris and Maysville- Mr and Mrs Geo Munday of Nioh olasville spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs Ed Rowland Mr M F Wharton the clever Valley View merchant was mingling with the court day crowd Monday Rev II O Turner attended the Methodist Conference in session at Sbolbyville tho past week Mrs C G Crooke has returned to her home in Danville alicia pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Wm Crowe Mrs William Crowo and daughter Miss Lucy Crowe are visiting the family of Rev Wm Crowe at Frankfort Judge J M Benton of Winchester stopped over here Monday nroute to London to hold a special term of ceurt Mr G J White spent several days iL Lexington the past week visiting his sister Mrs Mary M Tudor who is quite sick Judge and Mrs A Rollins Burnam of Frau kfurt were among the guests at the SimmsAlexander wedding last Saturday Rev Dr McCown who some years ago was pastoral the Baptist church in this city is here visiting his Ion Mr A H McCown Mr and Mrs II J Strens and daughter Miss Ray Streng have taken apartments for the winter at the Malt lIousewnievlUePQ6t Mrs C D Chenanlt attended the SimmsAlexandor nuptials in Woodford last Saturday and brought home with her some of the wedding cake Manager W E Chase the clever and popular manager of the Southern Lam her Co at Valley View was m town Monday and paid this office a pleasant call Rev Hugh HcLelland Mesdamns T E Arnold and R E Turley and Mite Ann DC Jarnett attended the Christian Church Convention at Cynthiaaa last weekMr Lowell Bacbn olLexinaast- he guest of Miss flattie Wells of Un- Ion City last week Mr Bacon WitS ac companied by Mf John W Hupard also of Lexington Mr Victor Beck formerly of Valley View but now of Lexington lad wae here yesterday to take the pharmacists examination held at Masonic Temple by the State Board Miss EtheL Vatts of Chilesunrg and Miss KJf Chenault of Richmond will arrive this evening to be the guests of Mrs C E Smith of No 288 North Broadway Lexington Leader Miss Nancy Tudor spent Sunday in Richmond visiting friendsMr and Mrs Harry Prather of Richmond are visiting Mrs PralBcis parents Mr and Mrs Hardiu Golden Berea Citizen Mrs TE Baldwinassisted by her daughter Mrs Carlo B Britain entertained handsomely Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 at her country home in honor of Mrs John Hooo Russell of Huntingdon W Va Mr Seth W Tudor and wife former ly Miss Lenora Maupin arrived Friday night from La Junta Colorado to visit relatives Tu this and Estill counties Mr Tudor who has been in the West two years has a good position in the Kante Fa shops at LaJunta Mr Woods McCord Democratic nom inee for Sheriff of Clark county was among the court day visitors bereMon day Mr McCord is one of the most popular men in Clark county a fact do monstrated by the failure of the Repu blican to give him any opposition- Mr J E Lantera former wellknown teacher of this county but now a mer chant at Becknerville Clark county was here Monday and renewed his subscription to tho CLIMAX Mr Lan ter has a large general merchandise store and is doing a fine business J V Logm Jr of Paint Lick was here on business last weekMrs Nan Bid Embry of Lexington was the guest of Mrs A H Severance Miss Florence Meyers attended the reception given by Mrs Thomas Phelps near Richmond Stanford Journal Miss Margaret B Parrish of Rich month is the guest of Mr and Mrs Will MassieMr and Mrs James Elkin of College lull Madison county Mrs Eliza Fluty and children and Miss Maud Webber of Pine Grove were the guests last week of Mr J F Enele and family Winchester Democrat Dr James C Barbour who has been since last June a pharmacist in a drugstore in Baltimore has accepted a posi tion in the hospital of Johns Hopkins University that city Dr Barbour is a son of our esteemed townsman Rev L G Barbour and a former Richmond boy who is well remembered here Mr John Tudor and family of Ma Lean Ill is visiting his brother J D Tudor of No why Mr Tudor is a well known race horse man and lisa several good entered at the Lexington trots this week Last year ho sold his horse Bell Boy at Lexington for 3500 Mrs E C Wines left SunJay for Sherley Ill to attend the bedside of her brother Mr Charles RTndorwho is critically ill of inflamatory rheuma tism at the home of his cousin Mr B R Million Mr Tudor was formerly a wellknown teacher of this county and later was connected with Mr E C Wines in the drug business here Dr Carlos A Fish of Louisville in terne at the Louisville City Hospital who has been visiting his parentI Mr and Mrs W S Fish near Paint Lick was hero Wednesday and paid the CLIMAX a pleasant call Dr Fish is pleased with Louisville and from his varied practice in the City Hospital is acquiring valuable medical and surgical experience Misses Annie and Emma DeJarnett Addie Huuley and Mesdamcs Florence Tharpe and T E Arnold of Richmond were guests at Squire Sam Johnson ThursdayMr Tom Soper and family of Paint Lick have moved to this city to reside Mr Soper has accepted a position as clerk with Logan Dry Goods Company Mrs Te vis of Kirk sville has been visiting Mrs Gnlger Richmond avenueMiss Van Green leaf of Richmond has been visiting bet cousin Miss Louise Kauflraah Lan caster Record RELJQIOUS Danville Baptists have purchased a 2500 organ Rev J W McQnrvey will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning andnightUncle Hopper is holding an interesting revival at the Presbyterian church Lancaster Rev Hugh McLellan pastor of the Christian church this city was elected Second VicePresident of the Mission ary Convention in session at Cynthiana last week Mrs W S Walden of Danville formerly Miss Mary Smith of this city was elected Superintendent of Chil drens Work at the eighteenth annual convention of the Kentucky Christian Womans Board of Missions held re- centlY at Cynthiana Rev Lamkins of Missouri is con ducting a very interesting reyival at the Baptist church Monday night lIe preached on The Devil and Tom Walker delivering a characteristic and able discourse which was greatly enjoyed by the large congregation pit sentTho Christian Church Convention at Cvtuhiana showed an enrollment of 539 persons present Glasgow Ky was decided on as the next place of meeting and the time the last week in Septem ber The convention instructed the State Evangelist to givo especial atten tion to the organization of district meet ings The district meeting of the Christian Womens Board of Missions held at Lancaster last week was largely attended The delegates were from Rod castle Madison Lincoln and Garrari and quite an Interesting meetingS was hail A bountiful dinner was spread and a splendid program carried out without a hitch MATRiMONIALWAunaVIxczxvMr ron 19 and Miss Myrtle Vincent 10 both of Edenton this county were married on Oct MjsvEnsSTINzrrMr J nines W Masters widower and Miss Matilda Stinnett 17 both of the Newby locality were wedded on the 2nd ins- tKEnsgyMActrERsMr James Ker- sey and Miss Gallic Masters of the Ta tea Creek locality were married here yesterday bv Squire D P Arme- rJtcsaoPowawMr Geo M Jackson of Mote this county and Miss Ora Jane Powell aged 8of Jae sQncoun- tr will be married at the brides home today WEB McIocguN Mr John Webb a farmer of the Waco eection and Miss BeUio McLocklin the seventeen year old daughter of Andy McLocklin were married on Oct 3 HiHVEVCox Mr Bert Harvey and MIls Lillie Cox both of the Valley View locality were married ia the county clerks office here ThanHhiy Squire D PArnwr tyiagihq ssptial kO B4B toc ChaunceyM Dejpeir buat Ml Stuffed Up Thais the condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in the morning Great difficulty is experienced in clearing the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stom ach affects the appetite T9 cure catarrh treatrnenWroustbe constitutional alterative and tonic I was afflicted with catarrh I took medicines ot different kinds giving paca a fair trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly bear taste or smell I then concluded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and after taking five bottles I was cured and have not bad any return of tho disease since Eooncz FORBES Lebanon Kiln Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrhit soothes and strength ella the mucous membrane up the whole system last acknowledge that he is to be mar ried soon The fortunate bride to be is Miss May Palmer daughter of a former New Orleans belle and is described as young beautiful and accomplished PERIGOUD MOUTOX Miss Helen Morton third daughter of former Vice President Levis P Morton was married Friday at Chelsea England to Count Boson De Perigord a cousin of Anna Goulds daughter and a French society swellTIXSLEVnILEylIr Charles A Tinsley of Borbonryille son of Hon James H Tinsley United States Dis trict Attorney for this district was married at London Kyi last Tuesday to Miss Mollie Riley the charming daughter of Mine Host T B Riley of the Riley Hote- lSunzsALaxADExPerbaps the most brilliant home wedding that has ever taken place in Woodford county was solemnized Saturday at noon when Miss Lucy Fullerton Alexander the wily daughter of A J Alexander many times a millionaire became the wife of William Simma a young lawyer of Paris Ky The ceremony took place in the handsome parlors at Woodburn and Dr Gelon H Rout officated A large number of prominent people from Chicago Lousville Cincinnati and Lex ington were present There were four bridesmaid Misses Nannie and Susanne Waller oi Chicago Katherine Lindsay of Franktort anti Miss Lucy Simms of Paris Ky The bridal couple will go East to spend their honeymoon BIRTHS ADAMS Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr nee Gentry areejolcing over their first born a fine boy which arrived Saturday morning to brighten their home The little stranger has been christened Richard Foster in honor of its maternal and paternal grandpar ents DEATHS LONaMIss Helen Long daughter of Secretary of the Navy John D Lung died Friday RrcEBig Andy Rice one of the best known citizens of Garrard county died last week MoonY Katio Moody the 12year old daughter Of Whitley Moody died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday at KingstonJoienAxTIio twoyearold daughter of Henry Jordan died of diphtheria Saturday near Athens She was a niece of Messrs C T and W M Jackson of this county RHODES Mrs Mary HRodes wid ow of the late Levi T Rhodes of Lef iugton and sister ot Mrs L J Frazee of this city died last Friday after a brief illness at the home of Capt J D Yarrington near Lexington The deceased was a highly esteemed lady and her death is generally deplored in the community where she lived Mrs L- J Frazee of this city Mr T K Mar tin Mrs Isabella Pigg and Mrs E R Norris all of St ouis attended the funeral and burial DYKES Mr J D Dykes received a telegram Saturday Irora Winchester announcing the sad intelligence of the death in that city of his brother John E Dykes who suffered a stroke of paralysis Saturday morning and expired a few hours later Deceased who was about 48 years old formerly lived here where he was engaged in the mercantile business on Second street with his brother J D Dykes He was a bighearted popular man and made many friends here lIe leaves a wife to mourn tile loss The interment took place Sunday at Winchester BOTTOM A Burgin Dispatch says Squire H P Bottom one of the oldest and best known men in this section of the State died at lila home 12 miles northwestof here on the battle field of Perry ville of general debility aud sen juLy lIe died in the house in which ho had resided for 50 yeaos and which was almost completely demolished by flying shots and shells during the bat tie of Percyville His farm containing several hundred acres embraces most of the territory upon which the fighting was done There is sow a biN pending in Congress asking f ran appropriation to convert this farm into a national military park PATuIciMrs Eliza Ann Patrick wife of Prof A B Patrick formerly a member of the faculty of Central Uni versity died Friday night of cancer at her home near Caleast this county aged 62 years For some years prior to her death she had been a sufferer and last year made a trip to Florida in the hope that she would be benefited De ceased was married twic her first husband being Mr Sam Masoua popu lar and highy esteemed citizen She was a member of Mt Zion Christian church and an excellent Christian woman whoso death will cause genuine regret among her wide circle of relatives and friends Beside a hus band four children by her first mar riage survive her They are Messrs Sam and Joe Mason Miss Jennie Mason and Mrs Hugh Samuels After funeral services by Rev Hugh McLel land at the grave Sunday morning at 1030 oclock the remains were inter red in tile Richmond Cemetery EfDRyIn the death of Joel T Em bry which occurred Friday night at lila home near Waco Madison county loses one of her best and most highly es teemed citizens His death was due to consumption Two years ago his friends noticed his declining health but not until the past July did it become so alarmlugtLs to confine him to his room Deceased who was G3 years old was formerly Assessor of Madison county and as such made splendid record for honesty and efficiency He was avery popular official and notwithstanding his loyalty to democracy he treated his political opponents with utmost fairness and courtesy lie was a lifelong mew hero Iho Baptist church and was set doss absent from hihi accustomed pew xt the Waco church where his membership was lie also took aft ic- live In the school Fetin a1IJOdUML having served through the Civil War with Col Walter Chcnaults regiment He was a bravo soldier a good citizen a kind neighbor a consistent Christian an indulgent father a tender husband an honest bias and in dying left a good name behind him for pies to revere and his family to point to with pride His death occasions genuine regret in the locality where he lived so long anti was so well known A v ife who was a Miss Cobb sister of Mr Jesse T Cobb Democratic nominee for County Clerk and one son Mr Charles M Embry of Waco survive him Afer funeral secj vices by Rev W H Ryals at the fami ly residence Sunday morning at eleven oclock the remains followed bya long funeral cortege were laid to rest in the 1tichmondcemeteryLost Between Walters Collegiate Institute and tho Pond church a heavy Chase buggy rug Liberal rewarfl will be paid for its return to this ofike- AFinancial Success The handsome sum of 7805 was realized by the ladies of the Christian church on their court day dinner given Monday an the old Garnett House Lecture Course Prospectus Mannger T E Arnold is sending out a prospectus of the Masonic lecture course to be given here this winter If you havent received one ask for it Jo Teachers and Others I represent one of the largest whole sale book concerns in America and can furnish school antI private libraries with books at less than publishers price Any book published can be ordered through me R Lee Davis Richmond KyaPrize Colt Mr R P Smiths of Clark county captured the 20 prize offered Monday by W A Langford for the best colt by his stallion Chester Arthur by Old Pea vine There were ten entries for the prize in this novel coll show and it took some mighty fine hairsplitting by the judges to decide tile contest Judgment Affirmed The Court of Appeals Judge Hobson writing the opinion affirmed the judg meat of the Madison Circuit Court in the case of the8outhern Lumber Com pany against Asher Hensley The appellant company sought to recover 10 1GG alleged to be due for logs The low or court gave instructions against the plaintiffs Col Tribble Auctioneer CM D W Tribble has not given up the business of auctioneeringand in this issues calls attention to the fact that he is still in the ring and will auction off your real estate or personalty lie is one of the best auctioneers in the State and never fails to give satisfaction Write or telephone him at Silver Creek Ky Annual Election of Olllcers vlhe Daughters of the Confederacy are requested to meet with Mrst M Poynlz Friday afternoon at 2 oclock There will be an annual election of of ficers and other important business transacted The meeting was original- l set for 3 oclock but on account of services at the Baptist church the hour has been changed to 2 oclocl Vegro Road Overseer Judge Million appointed last week Ed Jenkins colored Road Overseer of road No 32 in the Harris locality This is the first instance on record so far as the CLIMAX has been able to ascertain of a negros being made Road Overseer in this county and there is saul to be much dissatisfaction in that neighborhood over the appointment Resigned as Local Manager Mr Louis P Todd has resigned his position as local manager of the lexing- ton Investment Company Through Mr Todus popularity and persistent efforts the company secured a large clientage here but the recent war on the investment companies throughout the State knocked the bottom out of the business hence Mr Todds resignation First Contribution for Confederate Home Major General J M Poyntz of this city is in receipt of a letter from the Newport Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy offering a contribution of 500 to the fund for building a Con federate home in Kentucky The Newport Chapter was tha first one to suggest the establishment of a home for needy Confederate veterans and it Is showing its faith by its works Threatens To Sue For Damages Afew days ago the store of W W Haggard of Clark county was entered and a tin box containing a largo sum of money was stolen Bloodhonndo were procured and they went by a circuit ous route to the home of John Hopper who was captured As there was no proof except the dogs the grand jury in session at Winchester failed to indict Hopper and he was discharged He now threatens suit for damages Jailed On One Charge Jack Gilbert the Clay county terror whose arrest by Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill near Berea noted in our last issue was tried Thursday before Judge Million on the charge housebreaking but there was not sufficient evidence brought out to warrant his detention For carrying concealed weapons how ever he was fined 25 and given ten days in jail Out lor Mayor Dr Phil Roberts former State Sena tor front this district is an announced candidate for Mayor of Richmond on the Republican ticket In his card he solicits the votes of all good citizens who believe in good government The Doctor is a clever gentleman and his only sin consists in having antagonized the Republican machine which of course destroys what little chanco lie had of being elected Phelps Sale Captain Tom FerriH who conducted Mrs N J Phelpss sale last Friday reports a good sized crowd present and satisfactory prices realized Eighteen three vear old cattle brought 29 a head 3 yearlings 24 each cows from 21 to 36 small heifers 9 to SlG one year ling bull 18 one aged mule 65 one twenty year old horse 25 100 barrels corn at heap 2 25 200 shocks of fodder 12J cents Farming implements sold well Will fciurn to Madtou Mr T P Embry of Fayette conn y was here Monday Ho recently itd his large farm over there and r v has his stock larmiaff aplemen etc5 advertised for sale He says I is getting ready to como back to Madison his native heath as this conies nearei being Gods country titan anyplace be has ever livedcMr Embry has sever gotten weM away from Mail soncolu t3antlJIhM fi friends and relatives wilt gladly welcoiue him back Tuesdays Registration SHOWS A 86 1EMCRATIC SAM As in most all other towns in Cen tral Kentucky last Tuesdays TrgitraI tlon in this city showed a decided gain fQr the Democrats their majority being 1SO over the Republicans When It ie considered that at the last municipal election the Republicans elected thou candidate for Mayor the magnitude of this increase in the Democratic ranks can be better understood The Democrat have a right to feel jubilant over the result which will be modified but lit tie by supplemental registration AD ii stands the Democrats can now count on carrying both city and county by a safe majority Time total number of votes registeredwas 958 divided as follows Dem Rep Ind CourtHouse CO 127 7 University 180 79 S East End 128 127 5 West End 156 67 8 530 400 Pharmacists Examination Twelve applicants from various parts of tho State took the State Pharmacists examination held here yesterday and today The examination is being held by Prof C L Diehl of Louisville President of the State Board assisted byIrof E L Pieck of Covineton Lively Target Practice Falling to settle by arbitration a ella pute which came up between them John Carr and lUll Baxter both color ed proceeded to annihilate each other down on Irvine last Wednesday morn ing Carr got the drop on Baxter how ever and was engaged in lively target practice with Baxters head for a tar ire t when bystanders put astop to hosts lities by disarming Carr or else there might havo been one niggerlese to vote time Republican ticket in November Laterboth belligerents were nnested Baxter gave bond and was released The Sick Hon John D Harris hiss so far recovered from hits recent servere attack us to be able to be out again Manager A D Miller of the CLIMAX is convalescing after a ten days seise with tonsilitis Mrs E R Rowland is no better and her condition remains critical Mr George Noland nephew of Mr N B Dentherage and brotherinlaw of Editor R Lee Davis is dangerously ill of typhoid fever at his home near Union Ills condition was somewhat improved yesterday October Court Undoubtedly the largest court day crowd that has been in Richmond this year was here Monday The candi dates had a regular field day and the floater was in his glory with plenty of free election whiskey at his com mand Business was brisk and the merchants enjoyed a good trade At the stock pens there were about 2000 cattle but sales were stow Prices ranged from 2 to 3 cents the latter figure being the top of the market A- sheep were offered but none sold 1A large number of mule colts were on the market and brought from 30 to 80 Good work mules sold from 70 to 130 But few horses changed hands and they were mostly plugs Lively Teachers Meeting The County Teachers Association which was held Saturday at Maple Grove school house near Newby was largely attended the building being in adequate to hold the crowd The wel come address was delivered by Miss Belle Million Several interesting qnes lions pertaining to school work were discussed C P Brock 1 A Weaver Mrs Turner Miss Jones Miss Stella Templeman and Trustee S A D Jones taking a prominent part in the discus alone which were quite lively Excel lent music was furnished by the Jolly Ridge Choir A splendid dinner was served on the ground demonstiating that the good people of that section ate not only alive to the needs of education but to the wants of the inner man as well The editor who was down on the program for a speech regrets that the pressure of business prevented his attending At the Zenith October the last month is the best time of the year to visit the Pan Amer ican Exposition During October the weather in Buff alo U delightful and the beautiful Oriental coloring of the Exposition Build ings finds its truest harmony in the Au tumnal tints with which nature is now painting the surrounding foliage The Management Is making extra ordinary efforts in this the closing per of the great Exposition and these who have deferred their visit to Buffalo until the present time will find that they have missed nothing bJ so doing for the Exposition Is now at the very zenith of its splendor All of the Special Days will be observed as originally planned and all of the exhibits are in place and will be un til the final day of the Exposition Special very low rates are ilow in ef fect from all points on the Big Four Route to Buffalo and return withlong return limits and if you are planning a trip to the Pan you will do well to write for full information and par ticulars to the nearest Big Four agent GeneralIChristian Endeavorers The annual convention of thin Chris tian Endeavor Society of the Fourth District of Kentucky including the counties of Bath Bonrbon Clark Harrison Madison Menifee Montgomery Nicholas and Powehiwhil be held in Richmond on the 25 2027ve October This society is interdenomlMltona and is doing possibly more toward breaking dqwu sectarianism thin any other onjacization of Christian workers From the present outlook there will be from seventyfive to one hundred dele gates here rom the different societies in the district and the members of all churches are not only invited hat 4ie expected to be present The meetings will be held iu te Christian climb and the members of the charch tonij er with those ot other denocnatie arc making preparations to entertain all visitors while in our town Ah in creating programme has been arranged and the very beet talent in the district will take part in the services A cordial invitation Is exrfeaded to the public at large to attend these meetings and every one who door BO will be amply repaid for his tune HId trouble The Mime will be a special feature of the ocewkw ad all of stir heat local singers aided by same from a distance will compose the choir Th ihgers of tile dirferetik congregations In tnwa are requese4 to mestift tlM bMMMMtoCthe Chritin eluirch on Thtijwi y evening iwxt to prelk4 MMfi fr the convention ItRich mood ho kr hospitality sad ex tend to oar gurtfai a cordial weleAe FhJuicP1liForYurPickiflgi Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our store Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styies Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Allover Lace Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard Our Belt Department la complete Styles come first so do MeKees Belts Novelty is essential to make sales you will be struck by the novelty in our Belts Reliability should always be considered it is a specialty with us The dip or pointed effect Is growing more rlayIn Belt Department can be had a moat complete line of Purnee Kid Gloves at 100 Guaranteed Can be hind in all colors and size Our line of Corsets is complete In netting or summer Corsets at prices from 29c to- 0tandlO0 The G D Corset one of the most widely advertised brand is a very large sate with us G D Chicago waists at St 00 G D style 85c Straight front at 100 I we and Scrip which money saved to you if you trade with yours t New Idea In Farming The Mt Vernon Signal has the fol lowing concerning a young man who was raised in this county not far from Bonesboro S C Franklin who be gan the study of the culture of ginseng a year or two ago after gathering all necessary from the prin cipal growers throughout the country has set about 3500 plants that are growing nicely He uses artificial shade made of laths dense shade being one of the principal features in its culture He has also sold this season several thousand plants tobopinners in the bus iness Borne bring shipped as far west as Missouri While he is now cultivating in a small way for want of room he ex pects to transplant a great deal next spring and will Issue a book upon ginseng culture VIEW- From the ArtentJ Protracted meeting begins at Bethel Thursday night following the third C Carpenter sold to J W Masters a storeroom anti bined on Main Street for eight hundred dollars Miss Sina Bell Wharton is ably assist jag Miss Anna Duncan the school rooms this week Miss Emma Duncan the assistant is ill at her home in Rich Land of Lexington owner of the ferryright cross the Iriver is put ting in two towers one on each side of the river on which will be placed the trollery line that holds the ferry boat in position Last the chjldren and Joseph Perkins gathered at homein honorof bis birthday The day was pleasantly spent and who were present will ever remember the happy occasion A bount iful feast was spread in honor the celebration 9100 Seward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that at least one dreaded disease that science 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 requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure in taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease anti giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in do ing itswork The proprietors have such faith in its curative powers that the offer 100 for any ease that it falls to cure Send for iu list of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best oc3 1m Gov Beckhaiit has called special elections in the Seventh Fifteenth and Cir cult Court districts to fill the vnncan des caused by deaths and resignation ATypical Soath Africaa Store O R Larson of Bay Villa Snnduye River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of oath Africa at which can be purchased anything from the pro verbial needle to an anchor This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twentyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the castona of farm ems within a radius of thirty miles to maft of whow I have remedies their value in a household where a doctors advice in almost out ot the qtieHh in the pest twelve mouths lees than fourteen of these have bees absolutely cared By Covgh Rams dv This iset surely tw a reeerd EorMle Ha M octlm Coens Bwl W at TpWerSn j A government mal was bera hut JStiHk 6BBUBX mao jHTwork OB the lock aadby TbwwJfty M curd sixteen Reeroee wlte promised Ie meet hhnand tare OH the4i p m traits that day Oaly halfoflbe gang tINt 811 mope tie sot ws M te work H wodeiMim fey INgs Col D W WHI MM Vt f Fsib St4UEt MIad 111 eeIcN1 w4t r fefeplMNM him ffihrer toot u Ribbons The demand for Ribbons during tilE past I month was greater than ever before S ifijliilnh plain glaze ribbons and prridvs ant fihltoriH are among the most popular j ribbons Jap Silks for waists In all colors pink cream I lavender green yellow blue giayblack P etc we are leaders or- gandies 0 Ladles Linen Skirts at 25c Special fur two weeks only n v Our line of Boys Caps is complete Girls and Boys Tamoshanters in white K at 39 BOIl DOe Boys Yacht Caps at 24c Linen Cups in all styles ranging in from 10 to 25V Remember belong to the Merchants Consumers Association means us Respectfully Cor 11aiii SErstSt OWEN MCKEERichmond tto theinformation VALLEY SundayHenry dwellingcom in mondEugene grand- chlldren1r his eightyseventh of cpiiKtitutionaldisesse Eighteenth Twentyseventh Chambe- rlalls AlIteetUyio pnll1lationno Chamberlains byStocktM atYaWeyVIew sbwsduphowvecwhlelu1aa TrWe AUCTIONEER dsesa- Wsi0 zI Guciaatoed li- tChlkJJ pricesp yardIn upIIi JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and isFrames WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY 0UR MidSummer CUT PRICES are now in full force Onefourth to onehalf off The finer the goods the bigger the discounts Good papers from 3c on up in price Window Shades JO 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade and we make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for 110 pure Linseed Oil and Jf White Lead at factory prices freight addij Largest stock of Picture Fraralnginrxterials la ha State We will fram your pictures in s little rponey DoutfolJCt that you save motley avoid bi m8termpOOl workmanship and vexatious delajs having Wijlglng with Insforce of skilled workmen GEO M WILLGINGManufactnrpr of all kinds of Paints Paints for all kinds of purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY NEW FIRM NEW GOODS Having taken into partnership with me Mr J F Mahler the firms name will now be taos 1aeMr MahIer is a practical Tailor andexperienced Cutter having graduated at John J Mitchell Cos famous sw school in New York City He will do the cutting and we guarantee fit and workman ship All work done at our store in Richmond Nobbiest Good Latest Styles Call and see us before select log your Fall suit- 1111JEobs Mahler PiJiLICSALEOf I wal sa 1IIaItt weeIXlWMM OCTOBER J2th 190J liii haM of th crt H M feorbi MilmoaJ XTMSeJMka4 sarhM tMotk t IMleat ak1 ataaa X7 This wm e s a a crIISt ak JSSM S lSwIts aSusit my rriSdIIt WL catJlCu Public Sale Of Valuable Property I will offer at public sale on Thnhj flcfc li 131 at 10 oclock a lii in front of the Oar nett Hotel in Richmond Ky the following described property 1 The Garnett Hotel EitnatcJ Court House Square in Richmond Kfi built of brick three stories and contain ing over 40 rooms in excellent repair Title is one of the best Hotel stands i Kentucky being centrally lucated and well known to the travelingpublic On the first floor are three store rooms and a large hallway leading up into toe Hotel Sajd stores will be sold separaf ly and the property as a whole antI W bid which realizes the most money nll be accepted 2 Myresideticeat thecorneroi 3fafa sad FHth streets in Richmond W Tills is eae of the best and most desir able pleas of residence property i Rklimoad beingbeautlfully el tint1 with large yard stables and all necef 5Sf OSt bnildiags 8 100 acre of land situated on the Rklimoad and Lancaster turnpike os wile from Richmond wellwatered KTB and containing good tenanthonso 4 One dwelling house and a nnrnl of lute I the Dillingham Addition Richiaoed Ky 2 YOHT dwelling houses and a rt ber ef fewiMin lots or the Louisville Atfwrtie foilrotkl- AH rf Mid property will besold itb wt merre and on liberal terms further imforMkHi see handbill hqilte the wndergned at- nw y CDCHENAULT oej II r F r ww7 T rpL he Richmond Climax rEDNESDAY OCT 9 1001 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is ow located over J B Stouffers Jlothing Store Gfeblf st in the lSwimtt All indications point to thefaIl rades being better this year han for a long time Every ody seems to have money to pendand the merchant who ets buyers know where they an get bargains is sure to reap rich harvest In other towns he successful merchants are sing the local papers to good dvantage to tell the people here they can buy the best oods for the least money The Climax with its 8000 eaders in Madison Estill Gar ard and Rockcastle countiesof ers a splendid medium for the ideawake merchant and we uarantee that an advertise nent in its columns will bring ichreturns Keep your home eople from going to other owns to trade by showing hem what a feast of bargains icy have right here in Rich ond Seeds that grow are those sold by Deatheragn dr Co2oct2tJ H Tliurman lira bought of J i NefT one car of scrap Iron Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of co over Middletons drug store July 17tf For the next CO days S L Midkiff ill otTer his large stock of vehicles at ost 4sep tf First clans home raised timothy 3ed for sale by E Dealhernge Co oct2tr150 to Cincinnati and return Sun ay via LN leaving on early train Stray hog Owner can have same y paying expenses J J NKALE oct2t Deputy State Organizer Gilkerson is ganiz ng an A O U W lodge at Lan sler Dr Lamlman the wellknown eye lecialist will be at the Glyndon Hotel eJnesday Oct Dili Mrs Jolcy Burgiu was appointed jministratrix of the estate of her usbaiul W A Burgin Viley the LexIngton Tailor offers me big bargaius in fall and winter yles See ad onVxtr first page I havo 300 bushels of seed wheat r sale at 00 cents per bushel M It JONES Jit 2oct2t Paint Lick Ky My hair now measures just 4 feet inches in length What Ayers Hair igor has done for me I certainly be eve it will do fur others cheerfully ommenud it to all who wish abun ant bautiful aDd long hair melia Iettegrew Oelrlcli S 1k- A Warning to Hunters Messis Paul Noble and William illin both of whom have a flue flock I sheep have warned fox hunters to y oil their farms with their dogs My hair was falling out very fast nd was rapidly turning gray I tiied vend hair preparatIons but they did 10 inure harm than good I tried Iyers Hair Vigor Soon my hair topped falling out and all the old color ras restored Then it commenced to row rapidantI it now 5 ffetS Hilies long MreIydia Kn kendall ilareuioiit III Killed a Bur Winchester hunters returned from a ip in Canala having caught fine fish iiled a 700Ih bull mooce anda bear- e skin being brought home to prove 10 btDiy Seds Timothy ryelilueKraworchard grass lover wheatall the best Held seeds u he found at E Deatlierage t Cob 2oct 2t Good Price lor Corn Corn buyers At Nirholasville are of ring f3 25 per barrel for the new crop hen List bhrinkagH is taken into con deration it is estimated that this ice will represent over Iby tpring For Rent Small farm two miles from town th comfortable residence for 1001 Apply to 2oct2i KAKU New Store at Red House Mr Joe Powell willremove his stock goods from Mine Grass to Red House e lots converted the physicians of x in Squire Hutuelys yard Into R imraodious storeroom aud will open J this week Lost IlassCflboutichmond and the Lake Liberal re am for return of same to 9tct2t W M hARPER j May Enter Politics Mrs W F Schooler of Morebead rmerly Miss Urace Hacker of this nrolhinglerkicky Legislature should that body e Republican For Sale or Rent A nice twostory eight room reel Viice with good stable and garden and her necessary outbuildings on econd street For particulars call on r address D B SHACKELFORD Ct2tf Richmond Ky Boyle Doty Sale The sale of the stock and farming inplements of the late Boyle Doty lait aturday was well attended and good rices prevailed Cattle brought from 15 to 50 a head horee8 525 toI502iixtypound shoats 53 85 4 brood sows M each 12 hogs lepderlJ a head orn In the field 1 85 a barrel The arm which Is principally in grass was ented fur the balance of the year to J Eubry for 150 Capt Tort Ferriil uctioneer ForSale or Rent- I have for sale or rent two houses tad lots at Kingston this Et4IBtyaI or sale one farm coBtnIntaK 70 em r more one milv Wet t Xi tom Fur particulars sHklw- 18iep4t MM JA t OilJtojus Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprltf Law Beparlmenl Opens The law department of Central Unl versity opened last Wednesday Hon R W Miller of this city is a member of the faculty Ruaning Overtime OnS job department is running over time to keep up with orders The people know where to come when they want uptodate printing Elks Fair Officers Indicted The Clark County grand jury Indict edthe officers of the Elks Fair recently perrniuingganibhing Tobacco Barn Burned Irvine Cusins tobacco barn near Kirksville was destroyed fire Thuis day niglit together with a five acre crop of tobacco No insurance 00 F Grand Lodge Meeting TheGrand Lodge of Kentucky Odd LeiingtonMessrs dos are repsenting Richmond lodge Nice Bunch of Cattle G J White Son sold Monday to Judge John D Goodloe of Whites Sta thou 63 1150lb cattle at 4i cents to be delivered the first week in November For Rent UniversityCampus gardens stables water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to aug4 tf L II ELANTON Another Store In connection with their sawmill near Million W M Buckels Sons will in a few days open np a stock ot general merchandise This office got oat a nice lot of job work this week forth new firm Waco Rads Name a Ticket In mass convention at Brassfield last Friday S H Laine was nominated for Magistrate and J J Hudson for Con stable by the Republicans of Waco Magisterial district Charged Wilh Disturbing a School James Moore colored was arrested Monday by Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill on a charge of disturbing a negro school near UobtoVn lie gave bond for swo and was released Valuation of Whiskey Raised The State Board of Assessment and Valuation in session at Frankfort this week raisrrl the nluation of all whUkey in bond 2 a barrel making it 10 iiuv against 8 last year C U Outclassed For the first time in 10 years Ken tucky University defeated the New Ceo tral University football team at Lexington Saturday downing them by the score of 33 to 0 The K U team out classed the Dauville8 at every turn Berea Republicans Nominate The Republicans of Berea on last Saturday nominated the following mun icipal ticket John L Gay police judge W J latum marshal jJosinh Bur dette W R Gabbard T Jo Osborne S E Welch Jrr W Stephens town council J W Fowler school trustee Estray Heifer A small red heifer with a few white spots on body came to my place about three monts ago and has since been cared for by me Owner curl have eame by paying charges JOE BUSH sept18 tin Richmond Ky Former Madisun Man In Trouble In Texas Whit Moody a former citizen of the Kingttuii section who left here about a year ago and went to Texas shot a man out there and at a recent trial was given seven years in the Texas State peniten tiary His attorneys at mat report were making an rffort to secure for him anew trial Goes to Richmond A Burgin dispatch says It has been decided that the bard factory of this place which is owned by Colonel DL Moore will not run this season and the entire force of men employed in the shops here will be transferred to the large factory receutly established at Richmond Beggs Sale Col D W Tribble who cried tlie IL C Hoggs sale last Thursday reports a good crowd but only a moderately fair price for stock was realized Corn brought 225 in the hell anti 275 de livered Tlie farm of t02 acres was bought by Green UTurley of this city fr3 an acre Estill Democrats Name Candidates The Democrats of Estill county in convention at Irvine last Saturday nominated Mr TC Vaughn for Coun ty Judge and Mr William Bronddns for County Clerk leaving the other of fices vacant The Republicans instruct ed for Charlie Russell of Powell county for Kepre entativ Cream and Crimson Still Lives The Danville Advocate wysAt a mass meeting of the students held in the College Chapel the official colors of Centre College were changed from gold mid white to cream and crimson Much dissatisfaction over the change exists untune the old Centre men who want a reeoniderit ion Mandatory Injunction Granted At Winchester last Wednesday Judge Scott granted a mandatory iii junction in favor of Revs muck and ltodts amid their sympathizrs mention of which was made in last weeks CLI MAX compelling the officers of the Col ored Baptist church of this city to open its doors to all the congregation Rearrested At lila trial last Thursday before County Judge Million the warrant tigaiiittt James Durham fur Iluraest al inK was dismissed fur want oj sufficient evidence He was immediately jrear rested and committed to Jill on If charge of housebreakiog Durham was brought here recently from Jessamine county Maddog Scare A mad dog created consternation Saturday at the home of W M Buck els dashing into the house biting a pet dug and attacking one of Mr Baekels children Parties immediately save chase and alter a desperate fight WK ceeded In killing the rabbid animal Mr Huckfls decided not to take any chances and nlso killed Jtis dog which was bitten tUnpted SaieJie June Heater a young whit wall who was arrested and placed In jail Friday morning frlllfoo tRgofthILlltis tol and otherwise disturbing the pettee amid quietude of Crowe Additwa st teNI tIM to eed hto life Friday afierwoou by tnklBg aa oytrdof ofmorpJiin Dr W s 01fIlUpe IUly 1WtOee 4 hiJ tha wHWbe a esd lM lotr c qC Beauties d For All rt flowersthat Our Floral Decorations are beautli Wepossesa and practice the necesaa- iy KNOW HOW burranclbg Each order f receives our personal at O trntlon BELL The Florist I f LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PEIRYAgt fT Bells Flowers go Everywhere e e Notice I wish to notify the public that after this date I will do no more crediting as 1ay cash and it takes cash to run the business Please dont ask It Respectfully septll4t E BEKny Cant Bresk Have you seen the Cant Break suits Youll find them at Covington Banks where you always find every thing thats new and good in the clothing line Too Much Free Whisky There wero more drunks In town Monday than we have seen here at anytime this year Election enthusiasm coupled with candidates free liquor had much to do with making numbers of fellows unsteady on their legs There was very little disorder however and very few were so full that they couldnt get out of town In one group we saw three generations grandfather father and semiall gloriously drunk It is a pity in this enlightened agethat candi dates for public office will countenance the use of liquor in elections Brothers Arrested The Lexington Herald of last Wed Huutertworested lat nigLt on the charge of carry lag concealed weapons and loitering They were found asleep at the 0 0 depot John Hunter said 1 am a night watchman at Richmond and my brother sometimesassists me We had just come over to Lexington on a short trip Both ot us had three and onehalf inch spring back knives We went to sleep at the depot while waiting for the train to Winchester John llunterhad 1250 when arrested A Great Railroad Everybody from this part of the State who attended the InterState Fair recently hed In Louisville is praising the splendid service of the Louisville Southern Railroad which in connection with the Louisville Atlantic forms a trunk line from the Blue Grass to time metropolis For quick time and excellent accommodations it is unsurpassed Leaving Rich mond at QiOZ a in direct connection is made at Versailles with the Louisville Southern fast line from Lexington en abling one to reachLoussville at 1030 just the right time of day for busi ness or pleasure Five hours can thus be spent in the city giving the shopper or country visitor ample titan for all purposes leaving at 4 oclock and ar riving home before bed time No line in the state affords the rural resi dents more direct communication with the metropolis and in the handsome day coaches run over the Southern it is a positive pleasure to make the trip When going to Louisville people from Richmond should by all means take the Southern which has been rightly styled the New York Central of the South ff4genuineLaxativethe remedy that cure n cold In ono day Boom Your Business Ytfu can boom your fall trade by placing a fetching adiiiflieCuMAS which everybody read Perhaps You Wonder- if tho tormenting cold that made last winter one lona misery will be as bad this not if you take Allens Lung Balsamwhen tickling and rawness in the throat announce the presence of the old enemy Do not ex pect the coldto wear itself out Take the right remedy in time Allens Lung Balsam is tree from opium After a long investigation it is report ed that one man in every six in the British navy is a total abstainer Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at Stockton Hagans drug store They are pleasantinUse is not followed by constipation as is often the case with pills Regular size 25c per box 9actJm France has over 10000 soldiers in Africa A Sweet Tooth Is responsible for many aches and pains But whateverthecauieof decay it should be arrested and he Teeth put in good condition Science and skill have made it a elm ple matter The dentists chair no longer has any terrors All work is done with regard to our patrons comfort convenience and Tjltt mate satisfaction We clean fill or extract teeth willvr out pain to the patient Our fine sets of teeth at SQ made on zylbuite or rubber are absolutely per lect We guarantee timers Teeth extracted SScents The best Rtaialgan filling 75 ceRI8HaIr fare on Ri It and free hotel accommodation for patients from H distance who write appointments Dr Y H HOBSON f Office next deor to rwtGWe Q1fnxy os- atiiihLL Cantbrake Suits oeee HAVE YO U EEN THPIM The fronts of the Coats are finished so as to Retain Their Shape Permanently An especially prepared haircloth being used together with some new features in tailurinj which attains the end FO long sought by stylish dressers The coat when unbultoird will not break into unsightly wrinkles but remain smooth and graceful as shown iu the illustiatlon EVERY FA HmNABLE FABRm Is represented in these Suits including Fine Black and Blue Serges Fancy Cheviots Cassi mers Vicunas Worsteds etc elegantly tailored from top to bottom o SIOTOS20 800 S tAT 500 650- Ul Are selected with as much care as the higher priced QualityStylethe price Come to see us well clothe you wellatsmall cost Covington Bonks Our stock of Mens Footwear is the most extensive in Richmond Bring your feet to see us for good Shoes at LOW PRICE 7 jj People Believe In It It has bepii cynically said that no thing be sold by advertising nowal days This is not so Many liniments have been advertised but only ono Perry Davis Painkiller has stood time populnot upon what anything fays hut upon what the remedy does There is but obe Painkiller Davis In 1000 tho British Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children se cured the convinction and punishment of nearly 3000 culprits TO CUSS A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it signatureisA statistician figures that there are about 11300 000 dugs in the United States The excitement luculent to traveling ortenhrlnJ8son no one xhnuld leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera byStocktonThe United States consumes 1220 000000 gallons of beer every twelvemonths This Will interest 3lany To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier It Dll Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will giveaway 10000 treatments B B B will positively cure nil blood and skin trou scrofula eczema eating sores itchini humors swellings pun pies boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af fecting throat or bones mucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts B U U makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stops all aches and pains Druggists SI For lieu treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given until cured B B R cures old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic drugs and is the finest blood purifier in the world The kitchens of the Shah of Persia at Teheran are furnished at a cost of 4000000 1 Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MBS OKRV C ilAitt State Agent 27foblyr Paris cabmen lire not allowed to smoke while driving A Helpless Child badlyhandicappedisolated from the healthy enjoyments of its little fellowbeings It cant partake either of their play or their sturdy work and progress in the world its whole life is embittered by and weakneFsAnywomanwboexpects to become DoctorPiercesboth for her own health and safety dur ing her time of trial and also insure her in bequeathing a fair measure of health and strength to the prospective littleone One thousand seven hundred Indians in Arizona own farms StoiC t1a1 Ccmrfc aL Works off the eeri Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets care a cold in one day No cure uo py Price 25 cswts California wants to market 800 car loads otpeackaa in the east OaIMtt Of REVHCKPEP5lN BLOOD ToW- NWwit4 eae LIfiddli DO YOU WANT To sell your REALESTATETIMBER or COAL STOCK OK GOODS DO aukindtohelpLock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly In 1699 the French inheritance tax netted a revenue uf 38887700 TIlt Royal Month and limo Royal Disease elpedallymore EO than tothe scrofulous and con sumptive The progress oi scrofula durlug a normal October is commonly greet We never think of scrofula its hunches cutanennseruptions and wast inlt of the bodily Fnbstnnce without thinking of the great good many suffer ers from it have derived from Hoods Sarsaparilla whose radical and perma nent cures of this one disease are enough to make it the most famous medicine in the world There in probably not a city or town where Hoods Sarsaparilla has not proved its merit in more homes than one in arresting and completely eradicating scrofula which is almost us serious and as much to be feared as its near relative consumption ct 9lm Tasmanians claim to be the soberest people in tIme Australian colonies Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis anti completely loet the use of one arm and aide After being treated by anemlnent phy sician for quite awhile without relief mv wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost entirely cured Gao H McDonald Man Logan county W Va Several remarkable cures of par tial paralysis have been effected by the widelyknown byStocktonThere are 10000 equare miles of Ala ska territory capable of cultivation SOMETHING Nffi7 They cure dandruff hair falling Mad ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro minced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and wonderfulcmbmade so that It Is absolutely fmpossiUe tc break or cut time unit Sold on a writ ten guarantee to cive perfect satisfac tion itietery respect Send stamps for one Ladies size 50c Gents size 85tv Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells oil sight Agents are wild with success See wanfod notice in this paper Ad lIgrniocaturIlIinolF The British tuflered another heavy loss In South Africa When you wake up with n bad taste in your mouth go at once to Stockton Hagans drug store and get a fret sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you well They also cure bilious ness sick headache and constipation b oct 1m Wide devastation is being caused by floods in Spain Tetter SaltKhcvim and Eczema The intense allayedby zaskahaveis equally efficient for itching piles and nippleschappedffrBd throe sore eyes 25 cWo per box DrCHts CAriittos Pw iet tote bMoHiQoaT Iaasa per H+ H+++ +o 4 c Busy 4 I Bee +p t+ H ++ + + Luc o O lU C U fco LU Luc oJ j c U j 111 c j f 4 4 StrictIyt t Cash t J All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at t e THE QEvutI CASH ST And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business fHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL JjGOODS The new fall andwinter 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 countyAnyonethedoingthis city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi RichBARGAINSDress floods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain weightstuffperydTaffetaSilksDressTrimmingsOUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARECREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Flanii XT TTTr n ill ll T t 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 L9SPACEJ not permit quote prices goods Domestic Suffice say naming prices not only meet but any will have Quoted where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known to the Domestic will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up SHOES Department Department ever before have we to offer such Our buyers haue certainly made their money talk buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are offering good solid Boots and Shoes for and Winter wear absolutely less than they can be manufactured for Money talks buying shoes Lot after lot were picked out by our shrewd buyei s and cold cash planked down for them until had all and more too tlian our store could hold Come and up and Shoe up your entire family with less money than willcost to buy a pair or two elsewhere We offer shoddy stuff our goods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every shoddy pair purchased from us The best manufacturers are represented in our stock of are showing Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Mens Medium and Fine Shoes Boys and Mens Course end Fine Boots Childrens Shoes of all kinds and all go prices that are a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where knock em out Competition found to a back seat when they offers for stack upon stack clothinfi for cash down and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought our own price You get for just about onehalf what it would cost you in regular houses Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Suits Overcoats Pants Vests Coats and everything be had in a class clothing house are being shown this department Out Childrens Suits from 98c up to our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits S29S are as good as can be bought for 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men 4nd Boys prices from to iS50 and 1250 are worth the price afked for them Our prices all coats will be a treat everybody Call and see them Jickels Ikpes ui Marmis Skilly This is our department We are showing all the new in Jackets and Wraps the short Jackets the thceequarter lengths the long 42 inch Jackets are all to be seen here Browns Oxfords and Tans boughtheavyern sample lots of new upto ale garments at that will us to sell tine Cloaksand npto date garments at about half price until these lots are cleaned up Jet in line and follow the crowd to Busy Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can pet a fit are showing come elegant thugs in Skirts for ladies IheIPedestrian Skirt IH new bkirt for this season Wo have a beautiful line of them in all new coloring uptodate ourAT XJWAJ JL vw pretty new thingaiid wondering how we can afford to name such low prices on them Dont forgettto take it peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters for We these IoodsIim ca a Cocsk TALKS Will us to on in our Department it to that we are in this that beat prices von YOU else eyes of able BOOTSin Fall at in we Boot it no very Ladies at we is take justlikeof at it Fall Odd Odd Odd to first in at 5 double on to banner styles Castors prices enable the Bee We the the the IJthe OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full of the very lest things in IloysOurprice 25c are being sold at double time price at other stores Our Mens uVccedlined vests and pants price 25c wuutinour9IUIIall upto date amidour prices in Hosiery will be pleasing to yon Our Children Hoisery IK the best select ed lut we hive ever hind and our Misses antI Ladies Hoeo and Metis Sox are the elks of the town Call and eee them We are naming prices on Mens Furnishing Goods Shirts Collars Neckwear lloiserv Handkerchiefs jivinJthem Wnen ItR ins oi It Dt Your Bowl carrv everything von want in small wares No Our buyers spent whole days in the Notion IWe and nothing new anti pretty escaped their WA are showing numerous pretty new tImings in and Notions Cull and see Blankets and ComfortsAre 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 sold 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 in pcice from 49vi to 498 Our 49e Comfort is a hummer good size and good quality You will be shown beautiful patterns in French Satteen Comforts and Iderdowns Wecan sety u up for housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them CASH Cash always talks If you pay cash you want to buy goods from merchants who pay debtsYourOUR MOTTO Underbuy Undersell Cash down when goods are delivered tt Thanking you foi past patronage and extending to you an earnest invitation to call and see us aud make our house our borne in the city we are very respt r V Xji I f D OLMAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YQtTiffiELL OTHERS IB1 NOT TELL US 4 I 4asn t Store J 4 + ++ + ++ + + + 4- e7c I tr v 7 71 y j Hm 8 fy F 4 + t m J t 2AJ1U ++ +++ 4 is I j I J41 Li a r i J l kTIIE KNOBLE l WATER FILTER POSITIVELY GERM PROOP A new PRAC TICAL and HER FECT FILTER for home and com mercial use Wo guarantee our FILTERS to give perfect satisfac tion II desired wo will put up a FILTER In your home or office torn weeks trial to show you Ks merits Send for Ctmpttlt Catalog TilE KNOBLE FILTER CO 109 U e CHICAGO ILLS augll6ni Your Sub scription is due Pay up Ur edme Polish j ioiasiiNi SILVERffBHss III UNEMEIll an il Itn m UIL i t t t a UIUIII c h Will CIa and cira il the new look U much tlraircd Will Ctttn Plate Class with little labor aDd DOdUaL- wIu U tt Lengr than anY other polish aa eo llUlo u re UlTtnl to do the work WlirNot Roaghen tho Host TenSer SkU Will Not Scratch iruluplncmnMsnletitfonn- CO IBM 1a indorwxl bjr lira Ual niUn r Irs U fnur dteierdos DOt have Uecua nanra and adtlmu for trtaaLnpIo- UNEEDME POLISH CO Chatham Pa 3ljulyCm iATEtSADVICE TRADEMARKS OBTAINED DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Notice in Inventive Ape FFEEBoot How to obtain Patenta Charoes moderate No reetfllrtentlI secured Letters strictly E CSIGGERSPacnt lawyer Washington C VIGORMEI MAGNETIC NEll VINE WrttteiLS1IJUICM1IxiBt VltaMtr Kerrnns IebtfltyInomnIs Falllnc ilemorr and ai Va Unc DUcases and all Weaknesses rcialllns Imra early or later pricebHagan Druggists decl9ly PITTSBURG m CENTRAL STOCK YARDS1II EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastsrn markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at tention EVERY EiDSAAYes SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr TIs Soslta Hulul kstat Co OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead Xlie Company is nearly 8 years old and has a greater premium mo to tho business in force than any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living Benefits 562OOOAmount Placed in Reverse and Surplus S365OUO Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company nffrn nprrinl advantages inn j SmITH BOWMJNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky f E SMITH Pies FE BAIRD Sec and Tr nsh twLM WARE General Manager tJ z Tne Jefferson Gu raty rty o i fIJtJ j J will make you thethere is no high ratio 3 I ourMostJ cJIt req sires LESS money to com an Investment in The Jeffer tJj t son than in any other Company t J uvlrtual1YJJ IfAtrial will pmvetbe wisdom of an Investmenf The Jefferson If IOME OFIICE No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED 1838 QEOW MOUBIS Pres W W RITE Vice Pre ITHB MUTUAL LIrE 1NMNQ E o J OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Merriwether Secy Jos Pettu Tress Jas B Steadmanlledical Director Uenry AHodge Sept Agencies Kentucky I AdmIU4Azsets Dec 31 1900 J3C187H X bTraiiAJ3DeeSllSOO 1MSM13 Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 11 77382751 for 1110 60183 8- 11EzceuInomeoverexpend1tures 11lMl M lasaraace IB Feres Beccraber 31 19M It45 j H KENNEDY pecial Agent nuiyRICHMOND KY 0- LATE STATE NEWS Caleb Powers was removed from the Frankfurt Jail to fieorgetown where his trial will ho called next week The GermanAmerican Security Com pany of Owensboro which Cnpt W J titouu of Kuttnwa is president has fil o ta deed of assignment iii the Daviets County Court- Nonunion miners employed in the Empire mines in Christian county were tired upoa by a party of nnkr own men and a battled ensued One man was wounded The Paris Lodge of Elks have Lought the Stevens tmil JiiiK on Hani street and will convert it into a four story hnildiug with offices and stores on the two lower floors The price paid for tIle building was seven thousand dollars The final arguments were made Wed nesday in the PrattBreckiuriJro contest for the oflice of Attorney General of the State and the caso wac tmbmit tbd tq the Court of Appeals A decision will bo rendered in about ten days W R Dillion has through lila attor neys Col Welch and Judge Alcoru of Stanford and Brown McClure of Mr Vernon liroiifiht suit against How 1 man Cockrell to force them to move their boom on Rockcastlo River near LivingstonMr Walton hasbouglita hand J some home on Third Street in Lexing ton and will move his family to it about the middle of November lie will of coursacontlt uc to run the Ilarrodsburg Democrat which is already proving a good thing financially and otherwise The extension of rural free delivery in Kentucky is to be pushed rapidly Mr H G Rising Genera Agent of the Postoffice Departmeutbaa been assign ed to the State and is investigating all proposed routes Ho says the roads of Kentucky otTer a great field for the new workAt Lancaster Nixon Parks a colored boy used the glass insulators of tile telephone company as targets and knocked them off the poles with rocks lIe was tried and sent to the penitentiary for two years being the first person ever sent to the penitentiary for that of tense On the highway near Langford station Rockcastlo county J IL GatliO a justice of the peace was fatally stabbed and shot and is dying Wyatt and Willis Allen are under arrest charged with the crime A woman is also charg ed with being implicated TlieAllens claim that Gatlifljs attempted to shoot hem and the tragedy followed The prisoners in the county jail Monday struck for higher wages The court sentence calls for a working da of hours but they have beentworking ten hours and receiving pay for the extra time Recently it was found advisable to cut down the pay This caused a general kick and resulted in a strike The outcome will be watched with in terestBourLon News At Danville Eugene Montgomery who killed his little child in the caily spring for a small amount ot insurance held on her life was given a Hie ten tence by the jury It will be remem bered that he w sentenced to be hang ed at his former trial but the Court of Appeals granted a new trial with the c above result Sometimes juries doni do what they ought to In the great international yacht inccs for the historic Americas cup off iandp r4 Hook the Colombia beat the cup dial lenger Shamrock by one minute and twentytwo seconds corrected time It 1was a stirring struggle from first to finish the racing machines speeding 4over the tea as if they were harnessed together until near the finih when 4 the American boat drew away and won by two lengths amid the wildest enth y n lasm LAND STOCK AND CROP A Fox Sanders Co purchased ISO head of cattle in Wayne county weight 1011 pounds at 3 to 3 cts Tin cattle will be slopped in Lebanou at Wathen Cos distillery Danville J Advocate The last day of the sale of Hereford 4 cgttle at the Louisville fair grounds Wednesday was almost a recordbreak er Ono bull sold for2000 and another 4 for 2600 running the general average up to 33257 a head Fortytwo line blooded animals went under the auc tioneers hammer yesterday iraking for the two days sixtysir head which ag gregated 21950 L Joseph representing S 8 has in the last few weeks purchased about 5000 fat cattle in Bourbon and adjoin- Ing counties The piices range from 5 to 5 cents for October and Novem ber delivery All of the cattle are in tended for the export Christmas mark et Paris Kentuckian Citizen At H C JIuirtt Bros sale in Jesse mine last Thursday 500 hogs all sizes brought from 5 to 7 per cwt 4 milch cows and calves 2i 29 32 19 lonp yearling steers 23 per head 19 lou yearling steers 3410 per head twoyear old steer 1250 two twoyearold mules 65 752uged work mules 116 l2I 8 head of horses from 50 to65 W S Beazley bought and shipped from Lancaster Thursday the 19ih THE POISE attractsthewomenbearwhich no smiles can hide and often in their very betraythe weakness which oppresses them There can be no perfect health for the woman who suffers from dise- aSe of the delicate organism health is so intimately related tc the local health of the womanly or gans that these must be cured be fore the general health can be established rppierce8taTOnte makes weak women strong and sick women well It cures womanly disorders and diseases brightens the dull rye rounds out the and gives strength for wifely duties and m cares My health is the best now that H has been MorrisorImCalIPrescriptionThese medicines haye done nie more good than domycan work all the time for a f mHy of four bedBearlyIWPierceslat Discov the most womlerfW utedidaes IthetriLs SeSd4eIAdviserceat DiptQ pay upe st iefOtYe i ii W 1 r f4 klJ III I M 1 hkibCM1DLLS t the following loU of New York cattle to the United States Dressed Beef Com inpunyinnon Ion To cattle average weight 1483G at S 311 per 100 lbs Leander Davidson t Son SO cattle average weight 1412 at 585 per 100 lbs Lancaster ItecordgJ A Ramsey auctioneer reports the sale of E J M Elkin Saturday as well attended and good prices prevailed Among the sales were the following coivaiidealfS cow II cow 28 0yearhingiieiferling heifers 500 IbsI8 good steercaifg 25 shortyearling steer 28 heifer calf 11 4 hogs 200 lbs 11 each 4 hogs 125 Ibs 7 50 each sow and 7 pigs 20 sow and G pigs S13sow 250 lbs 14 broke mule StOl yearlingt mule 5GS work horse 80 00 SO grade ewe 290 each South clown buck 10 bacon sides 12i cit hams 121 ctslard 14 cts 2 barrels vinegar 7 per barrel Winchester Democrat According to tint latest official figures Issued by Dairyand Food Commissioner H C Adams of Wisconsin the value of dairy products will tills year reach in the Badger Stato the grand total of 32 900000 Of this great sum butter made stands for 10000000 cheese forGOOO 000 and milk and ream consumed with in the State 8400000 Dairy stock J1s increased in value for the year 2IO 000 No account is taken in making these valuations of the skim milk fed or the manure made by the cows and oth er dairy stock- localizing the possibility that feed may be scarce next winter some of the Clark county farmers are saving what would in culinary times be allowed to waste They have cut and cured the ragweed that grows quite thickly in places It does not make firstclass hay but when ricked and covered with straw and hay it heats short rations by a great deal After the harvest aud rains had come many of tho stubble fields were covered by a heavy growth of grass a species of coarse jointed grass that grows two feet or more in length When this is cut and properly cured it makes very fair hayand many of the farmers are saving it The stack Ioes not turn water well and must be topped off with hay or straw DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are salt prompt gvntlc effective in removing all im purities from the liver and bowels final and easy to take NoeJgripe or 1ii trvFs IKUKY THOMAS President Itoosevelt has declared in favor of tariff reform As threefourth of his party is bitterly opposed to touch log the sacred Dingley bill he will have an opportunity for the fight he hat always had in every office he has held snYIInsbad case of eczema by the use of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all counterfeits It instantly relieves piles IEUUV THIOIAS Curious how the interest in Turkish barbarities has fallen offsince the beginning of the Boer war and the Fill pino insurrection Yet they are going on just the same Mothers every where praise One sufferingsitlittle ones it has saved Strikes at the root of tho trouble and throws out the inflammation The childrens tavorite Cough Cure PERRY THOMAS Atlantic City real estate men are try Ing to get the summer home of the President located there Why ont they put it on the streets of Cairo or some other nice quiet spot Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere stimulant to tired nature It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the food you eat You dont have to diet but can enjoy all the DvspepsiaCurefeeling after eating giving you now life and vigor PERRY THOMAS The holograph will of President McKinley was offered for probate at Can ton Mrs McKinley declined the ad ministration ot tbe estate and recommended the appointment of Secretary Cortelyou and Judge Day The will is dated Oct 22 1897 It bequeaths all his estate to his wife save that a pro vision is made for an annuity of 1000 to his mother since deceased Upon the death of Mrs McKinley the estate is to go to his brother and sister share and share alike The estate is worth from 225000 to 250000 including 507000 insurance A short time ago It was Roosevelt who was after the negro delegates to the 1004 convention aud Hark Hanna who was grinning as he watched him now the positions are reversed Truly to him that hath shall be given the support of the colored brother President Shaffer should be too much of a man to go about whining that his men did not support him loyally To do can bring him nothlllgbut imtemn- Crom the poor fellows whoso jobs he lost for them Laymen find it very difficult to un derstand why the plea of guilty entered by Czolgosz should have been sot aside andone ofnot guilty entered Still it did not mnkemicli difference in the result The casket of Abraham Lincoln was opened recently add Inter the body wall laid away for the thirteen time The body is said to be in a good state of preservation Assistant Secreaiy Hackett first mate of the Navy DapartmentUvrej i lug that tioinellilng lias happened to turn the Ime light ou another part of the cast The Bulgarian brigands who carried elf MiRe Stone tho American mission art fixed Oct 8s the limit of time for the payment of this ransom demanded for her release Only 11009 1htsig i3oer are tt to be lftt Wa sstimte therefore that ii will not take wwos than 900000 En Pfah lIt eud tha war down lhere LJA WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sun CATARItHptstefofllljheiriiienitiruies causing them to era It open Hint bleed The powerful jtcnir used ill the inliulois liavc entirely eaten away U10 same membrane that their makers have aimed to cure while theJjstasltitioner who has fur ninny years made a close tttmlv and Hpecialty ol the treat 1orCectedaused nut only relieves at once bin pumaneutly cures CATARRH by re moving the cause stopping the dit ionItlarIAL11iC UCALAlmHextremely low price of One Oollareach pnckapu containing internal nnd exter tL medicine sufliciotit for a lull n overythiiumgecessary rlectOAfAJUUCnow recognized as tho onl safe and ositivo cure for thatitnnoylngand dis 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YEAR The Wednesday Issue is derated to News the Saturday Issue to Home Matters Samplecoplefor them Write to COURIERJOURNAL Lonlsvme Ky BY YOUCANGETTUE RICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek Coorier Journal Both One Year for Only 150 It Always Stops at Expiration tof Subscription subscriptionsbe sent through tbe CLIMAX office SEND socFor a trial mouths sub scription to the touisvineTIMES The AtterSouth Qseit4eseLatest AH tlleLeCalNcw- lHIfke fnt Reports Largest Circulation in the South MOOO AND OVER DAfCY 5OcaMonthOr t 5o5Fotrnr4tAi- cLouiav4lIe x Ky Printing 4 4Drw When your Watch Balks Bring it to UH And let Us shape Our aldllnskrj arei itIII experenin dIn ofalll the will put yffll WHIrln haP lIotJoUur charges are small too All Work Guaranteed LELANE We would like to have you notice jthe points ofexcel ence of the Kentucky Drill t 6 1st It Is strong durable and In f It Is not complicated like Anyone can adjust it to sow any aojn in all instances 3rd It is so constructed so as balanced with or without the ferhi I I ment 4th The material Is the very tifcan buy and is attractirelr flnUhet makes it neat appearing as well as gooI If yonr ground Bfts localwe lu en PLOW for nIhe lmnl r IrrJgets the better we will plow it fr AVERYSDISC PLOWWe Hardware Farming Impliment3 and woold be glad to Lave you fxaciui them II B SnACKELFORD CO Main Street p w RICHMOND KY FREE I 5FREE+ + + + + + ++ + Dont forget to ask for the Consumers and Merc- hantsBENEFIT SCRIP CUSTOMERS TAKE NOTICE Tho anyMerchant 5 ScripWhichCASH PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR And take Special Notice that tho Merchants tyjio belong to this Ass iiti are time most wide awake and keel the bust selected Stock of Goods aiiJ Him prices are the LOWEST The Climax Job 4Perry4flouglai8niay2m i 2nd oret D HMyers L1Ihr 1 K Stanton Owen McKee Dn k W SOIdham FtruT te Covington Banks lip rs John Allman Richmond Carriage Work flgI1IlIJfIl1 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR AT COST 7 tJ off One 4Hole Puritan Wickless OIL STOVESWith Oven Two Insura- 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