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TF1E RICHM0NDtIMAXJ J Printshows tJwofh I I U J P1 i1I 4 OIJUlIE28 j RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OOTOBEU 16 1901 NUMBER 21 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATrozT3 RW MILLER AnolfBYTLAII RICBKOKD KHHTOCST Office n the Burnhlfl Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly SULLtV NJA ATTOnXEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oflke over State Bank Trust Co op pornte Court House on Main Street j 0 D M OHBNAOLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY RICHMOND Otflce on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw KKKTOCK- TBoyOffice RCHMOSD over Taylor Hros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY nlce over Thurman GoCtry coiipanyfi PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON phYSICIANS AND SHROEOKS KENTUCKY RICHMOND OtlicciflthteCcIliDsbujldtDgI8 and to Sec tad Street oni IIlIe CHAS C HOOKER ETERISARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty a0fflce at on corner First arid Water Streeta Richmond Ky pr7ly II C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Olhce Pnither Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway KICHMOSD KENTUCKY EVANS M D Gw PHYSICIAN AND SOBQEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STJS3EKY Dt 1ett ootDE- NTI8T OP LOUISVILLE KY WOfflce next door to Government Building RlchmSnd Ky Office lioars8 to 111 to noTl7ly DR LANDMAN Hotel tilyndbn llWelnebday November 13i Ii Our Goods AND+ Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial i Ja llin iJ j1iacjB ID ID 0- oiiio Q npn jlHn he ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la youbuyyouthe latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with nit AND Gi son I an agent for the Page Wire Fence And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tiesAlso pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for isle J TCOY KlrtiTllle Ky 6 1 S CCS trgX t V dc8 I fefJ1 y tif fl1 g cc Q a J ArW cce i JEWELRY JC c4leT- he largest stock in entral Kentucky wilt be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and lt Swiss Watches alsolI + Diamond Setting and fine t lewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen- I also make a specialty of MEDALS DesigningHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 B MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY Ufebly HINDPORESTORES VITALITY Made a Th4 ijWell Man GREAT THEIQA of Me resultAandlossesunity and Consumption Young Men regain Man Itlivesa man lor business or marriage Easily carried in 2SnbyiuaIl1nptainpaclctJ Euaraatee JEAN 0 HARRA Paris For sale by Stockton Hasan Druggists n JJljgjil idv Successor to J W Azbill Liver Feei ana Sk Siakls IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mcbZ7ly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in W 1 r 1PIrfor Summer and Fall trade Comprising many pretty colorings in floral and stripes and our prices ar- eJust Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator KJantf PHONE 7- 5SOUTHIRN 4CTh RfULWfly OK KENTUcKY Cufouri Stfcdilt U Efftft Mil 1109 UsTBODTO No No1 No3 LI LcuLyilIe T45am toopm Tepa AT Sbelbjviile9lOam S2pm 806pm Ar Lsrencebg LtOsm 2bpn lIepm Ar Venalllea 1018am 647pm 100ipm Ar Lexington bO4Sam pm IO3OpIa WESTBODKD NO 6 NO 3 N0 Lv Lexington T3Oam t3ep 3iSs Ar Versaiflea 75aui s02pm 53aIfl- Larencebg3m 13upm l53am Ar Sbelbyvtlle9lOafli 6lSpm 530am Ar Loutsytile ICUOam T4Opm 7SOam- A3TB0UitD WLSTBOWtD JTa 13 No No J2No iiPii PtiiiiilI- 6pm ILlBTTI01f Xpni 510am- TiSpm UOpm 72Oam- T3Opm LyC30pm 110aJa zAar3OVD 1I5IITBOUII- No UNeuiU- Bpm NoeTIBTlTIOlCL AT iiii T4Opm- 535pm Ar 91Osm 515pm- 347pm Ar Troam IGepID- f1Opm lLl0am Ar Midway Lv TIOam L4pa- Tpm JUOam Ar 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lyTbUY0 JlIoXOWU T K wi1k osD 0 tJL WZoaLQP- W1McaIU Lss4M xs I IF If all who bate would love at And all our loves were true The stars that swing above us Would brighten in the blue It If cruel words were kisses And every scowl smile A better world than thin is Would bc hardly worth while If purses would nntighten To met a brother s need The load we bear would lighten Above the grave of greed If those who whine would whistle And those who languish laugh The rose would rout the thistle The grain outrun the chaff If hearts were only Jolly If grieving were forgot And tears andmelancholy Were things that now are not Then Love would kneel to Duty And all the world would seem A bridal bower of beauty A dream within a dream e If men would cease to worry And woman cease to sigh And all be glad to bury Whatever has to die If neighbor spoke to neighbor As love demands of all The rust would eat the saber The spear stay on the wall Then every day would glisten And every eye would shine And God would pause to listen And life would be divine Danced to Her Death When Grahams Springs was the Saratoga of the South In ante bellum days peoplo came here from all parts ofthe country to summer Ono August night in 1854 the big ball room was crowded and there was a sound ol revelry and in the midst of the gay sties a young lady fell to the floor and died without speaking She land come to the springs alone but paid her bill promptly and in her manner of living showed evidence of possessing great wealth Extensive advertising in the leading jontnals of that day failed to reveal her relatives and it was conclud ed that she must have made use of an assumed name She was buried under a large oak in thp grove in what is now tbe city park and within a few steps of the spring and a handsome sareupha gue was placed over the mound Van daIs chipped oil pieces and carved their names on it until it toppled in and at this day lies in a heap over Jhe grave Walking up that way the other day the Democrat man with great difficult deciphered till following lines evidently chisel with a penkiiife on the largest remnant of stone From their tenderness it would seem that some one knew and loved the occupant of the unkept mound in life and had wandered to the spot aud let out his grief in the pretty lines thongh it is hardly probable The lines art There is no note of all songs of yore That does not speak to me of you once more There is no place we two have ever seen That does not whisper oi the might have been There is no path of all that once we knew That dots not hold some memories of you Still though they call the wild tears to mine eyes I would not yield them for a paradiseIThere Is no hand clasp that That does not live though love be in its Harrodsbarg DemocratI To Reach the The most curious method of reaching the north polo ever proposed is by tunnel a plan urged by Capt Louis Laun nette formerly of the French navy Capt LamlletteI idea 18 that by building a tunnel of closely cemented ice blocks and lightning it with electricity he would establish a route to the pole perfectly protected from the elements and available for travel at times with bases of supply at convenient intervals an abundance of dogs fur traction and constant communication throughout its entire length He proposed to travel overland says a London paper to some point in Alaska whence a vessel de signed for arctic waters would sail with the expedition to a pOintalreadrselect ed by Capt a as north as it is sate to navigate Thence during theshort summer the expedition would be reached over the border of the region of perpeutal ice where the main base ot supplies would be established Then tile icemen and laborers would unpack their tools and set to workat the tunnel road to the north pole It was to haye an Ice floor ice walls and an ice roof A New One on Mary A Hustonville poet sends us the following Mary had a billy goat Its tall sort 0 bent and everywhere that Mary goes the goat is sure to went He followed Ier to school ono day It made her hot as fire for she had gone there on her wheel and billy ate the tire Stanford Journal If it is proper to exclude Chinese from the United States why isnt It pio per to exclude anarchtsiK After He be has a hard ComesIthing that the can do to help her jshedo this she must have health her tself She should use every means Si 5 to improve her physical condition She should by all means supply 5 herself with 5 Mothers I FriendIt w through the crisis easily and quickly It is a V which jL gives strength and vigor to the j muscles Com- mont senie will show you that the stronger the muscles are j which bear the J Straus the leas- pain there will be A woman living in port Wayne = Ind says Mothers Friend did wonders for roe Praise God for your liniment i Read this from Huis4 CaL Mothers Friend fa a blessing to all women who undergo satarea ordeal of childbirth Get MetiMTs friend at tin I Vug store SI per boWs Tilt BRADfKLD REGULATOR CO a AtlMta6a Writs jt i im IN MANY WAYS Roosevelt Shows That he is a Good Democrat Atlanta Journal Theodom Roosevelt has given many evidences that he is a Democrat in the broadest souse of the term He loves the society of lila fellow citizens of all classes lie has a con tempt for the exclusiveness which Is based on arbitrary social distinctions Many of his favorite associates and wannest friends are persons in humble walks oi life He believes In the mas see rather than the classes President Roosevelt has demonstrated his true Democracy by putting his son Kermit in a public school in Wash iogton lie desires that his boy should be educated as the sou of a ciiizm of the United States and not as one set apart from the great innjority of other boys The public schools are the schools ol the people slid President Roosevelt considers himself the President of the people not the possessor of prerogative that place him above them The sons of many men in high station in this country have been spoiled for life by being brought up to consider themselves as inherently better than the average American buj and entitled to special consideration Young Kermit Roosevelt is said to be greatly pleasd by his fathers decision to make him a public school boy In after lire lie will probably bo still more grateful for having had in his youth training and nfisnciations that kept him in sympathy with the masses of the people Do you suffer from piles If so do not turn to surgery furrellef DeWitiV quickhyand danger of an operation PERRY THOMAS What has bttcoinn of Hanna of late What do we hear of him since McKinley was murdered Can it be that he has no power in himself and depended entirely on his devoted chief for his prominence indigeslionMo Like others I tried ninny preparations but never found anything tookKudulVspepsia A friend who bad sufFered similarly I DJ6pepsiaLurebe able to work IJefure he used Kodol matlehimAfter a while the promoters of the secret oath bound society for stamping out anarchy will realize that their organization also is opposed to the spirit of our government ANTITOXIN Full SWINE DISEASES tromStatesifDeVauxments and study succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum theDeVaux000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hon treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher treatedThetheir Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick twine will tare at least SS percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any tamer can easily administer the ofhonOne ounce vial sufficient for six hoes 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemical ChicagoaIaprly New York Fashions Jewelled buttons are a smart fad of the season Leaves and flowers rather larger than life are patterned upon some evening silks Allfeather hats are much In evid ence They rest upon frames after the fashion of the rose petal hat Blackandwhite combinations were never fashionable A white lace waist mado over white silk is trimmed with bands of black velvet ribbon two incItes wide thesebands appliqued with figures ot white lace with white velvet centres Drop de Panne is a popular Autumn cloth It is shortpile satinface beav er and is effective when trimmed with flat passemeuterie soft plain cloth strappings or guipure Clinging skirts will remainln fashion Bouffant effects are not favored Feather boas are having a great fur or The newest ones are exceedingly artistic Chennile chiffon not and var- Ious soft sijks and ribbons are pressed into the fascinating service of their makeup as well as even sort of feather that is adaptive to the purpose The new millinery shown by Lord and Taylor is chic beyond description Jewels and pearl embroidery gold and silver lace jet pins and buckles frills of chiffon rich colorings and exquisite silks satins ami velvets make up a be wildering exhibition of loves BUlIlci ent to cause in the average feminine head that zizzlng sensation Jiibt now declared to be the popular malady Beaded stocks are a pretty addition to the domain of dainty neckwear Taffeta silk hats will he much In fav or for childrens wear this winter They are extremely fetching and are usual ly uniform In color with the coat A charming shadedffrctis imparted- to some of the nbw ribbons which are of velvet on both sides of a solid color in the centre and with edges striped with white and also with the color appearing in the centre Doublebreasted effects are much sought after this sea son The human feminine form divine ie eVer a thing of beauty when corset ted as only the R G stay alone can corset iu This is the cleverest most compact and complete article en rite market and to wear it once is to choose- it forever hereafter- A dainty conceit consists of a smartly cnt white flannel waist with which maybe worn a rich black silk stOCk Figured poplins are very catchy Some of them show the return of patterns said to be popular many years ago A tlWi camels hair suit is trimmed with a rich etltcb d broadcloth bands Flannel embroidered with polks dots makes pretty blouses- Laceffiowers and fur are Impor ant adjunds to evening gowns Moeti a falee are again in fashion iheY are very appropriate for mens scarf pins EVBMN OABLB AHtirew Mrssw txowht 350or aftlil for church in ScotlAnd the RreK cost W the IfMtrumeuU being nearly a tnilliou dotlahJ r BloodWe live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live onbyWhen strength is full and- spirits high we are being refreshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with con tinual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits- no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutriment in it Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion- of Cod Liver Oil It sets the whole body goingagainman woman and child sampleitsSCOTT EOWSE Chemists 4MS fcatl Street en York antI too all druggist Out of The Ordinary The Frenrh novelist Jules Vernebas loot his eyesight completely Utah has more than doubled its man uftuturing plants since 1800 the oem ber increasiiiR from 530 to 1400 The state of Washington lios 141 lum ber mills sawing over 9000000 feet per day turning out 20000000 shingles and employing 21000 men An ordinance has been adopted by the town council of Yorksville S C mnkingit a misdemeanor for any per son to be seen staggering on the streets oJ that town There are twelve largo automobile factories in France with a capital of c 19130000 employing 15000 workmen Belgium has sixteen factories Italy two one at Milan one at Rome In Victoria a sick voter can record his vote by post it has just been enacted that he can obtain his ballot paper through the local postmaster from the returning office Oil it up in the presence of the policemen who must not look at the name he is writing and post it- Parts ef Australia are becoming lively rivals to Canada and the United States in the European apple trade Tas mania especially has been found a firstclass appleraising country Ihere aru 8373 acres in apple orchards there and the product in 1899 was 3G3915 bushelsJohn T Stewart is probably the rich est man in Kansas his wealth being estimated at nearly 2000000 lie owns 130 quarter sections in Summer coun ty where he lives and his rentals are said to be 50000 this year Twenty years ago he was an office boy In Wichita Mrs JoA Wilzer was arrested at Dayton O She is suspected of the murder of fourteen persons including four husbands five children a sister aud four members of different families- in which she was employed as housekeeper A Special Offer To introduce it quickly Into every home the St Louis Mirror will he sent to any address every week frem now until January 1 1002 including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marion Reedy con tains the best independent pulical arti cles stock and financial articles dramatic 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 Subscribe today For sale by all news dealers Five cents per copy 2 per year Write far sample copies THE MIRROR 4septf Kt Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TREATMENT BY WHICH DKUNKAKUS AUK BEINU CURED DAILY IN SPiTE 01 THEMSELVES No Noxious Doses No Weakening of thin Nerves A Pleasant ana Positive Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is n disease and uot weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periotKixl or constant use of iutoxicat ing liquors requires an antidote capable- of neutralizing and eradicating this and destroying the craving for intoxicants Snffennrs may now cure themselves at home without publicity or Inss of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLf CURE which has been perfected after many eRrs of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discover Is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate ease no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious anti upright men WIVES CURE YOUR BAN US CHILDREN YOUU FATHERSI This remedy specificfordevised situ prepared liar It is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given a of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made tern men by having the CURE administered by loving friends and rela tives without their knowledge in coffee theydisconttiiselwill DO NOT WAIT Do not betie hIded by avpareiit and misleading Improvement Drive out the disease at once fotall time The HOME extremelylowwithin reach of everybody treatment more effectual than others 35 to t50 Full dlrectlonslICcompny Med package Special advice skilled physicians when tedwithout ox Ira charge Sent prepaid to any pert of the wurld OB receipt of One DotUw AdtlNli DeptC 958 EDWJJL B 2832MAl correspondence itrictly cbnflden that laj ylyr The Latest House Of Hits Publications The greatest hit ver toads with a hal lad by the Primrose nnd Dockstader Minlstrels was made thiBseaaoti by them with While the Convent Bells Were tUning Titus is a new and beauuul song by Max S AVilt anti Robert S Itodm No Use in Asking Cause You Know the Reason Why is in old coon song featured by Low Dockstailer himself He sings it Inimitably and the seng which is by Hub Cole J W sASea is the title of PeUies latest and greatest bass song Our readers of course know his Davy Jones Lock er1 but this is the fittest SOUl he has written When the Irish are on larade is a character song introducing all the old favorite airs It is by Heelan and Helf writers of Every Race has a Flac but the Coon Ma Hearts Desiah is Miss Marian is the greatest hit in a coon song ever featured by Lew Dockstader the ram- ous minislrel He says himself that the melody of the song fascinates East Lynm Jus shink of the beautiful but sad incidents emboided in both the story and tile slay we nil like so well This is oue of Heelan Hells greatest efforts These songs are issued by The HOUS of Hits los W Stern Co who will be pleased to send anyone writing them their vocal and instrumental orchestra and band Hawkes Band Instrument Beare Mwjpstic Violin S S Stewarts Sous Banjo Calalo gue free on application to their headquarters 3t East 21st Street New York City Lewis Ockerman Jiishen hid De Witts Little Early Risers never bend me double like pills but do their work thoroughly and makeme feel like a boy Certaiuthorough gentle PERRY THOMAS The Saloon As a Bar A poet hiss said of the saloon that It is appropriately called a bar A bar to heaven a door to hell Whoever named it named it well A bar to maniless and wealth A door to want and broken health A bar to honor pride and fame A door to sin aud grief and shame A bar to hope a bar to prayer A door to darkness and despair A bar to honor useful life A door to brawling senseless strife A bar to all thats true and bravo A door to every drunkards grave A bar to Jcys that home imparts A door to tears and aching hearts A bar to heaven a door to hell Whoever named it named it well W T Wesson GholsonviJle Va drnmst writes Your Otto Minute Cough Cure gives perfect satisfaction remedyforbles PERRY THOMAS LATE STATE NEWS Nick Craig a young farmer commit ted suicide at Mt Sterling by taking strychnine Jiinbo Fields and Clarence Garnett negro boys charged with the brutal murder of Will C Hart a printer at Shelbyville were taken from the jail in that city and lynched The old log cabin once occupied by Col Robert Patterson the founder of Lexington has been purchased by John II Patterson president of the National Cash Register Company and is being removed to Dayton O Gideon fucker one cf the oldest merchants of Paris committedsuicide by cutting his throat with a pruning knife He had been a great sufferer for some time with heart trouble He left a note requesting that a portmor tern examination he held His wife and three children survive A short time ago he attempted to take his life by driving a steel hemp hackle into his breatt Rev Dr Geo S Savage of Winchet ter is in the 87th year of his age lie entered the ministry in 183o He sa Arter all 1 consider the thirtytwo years work as agent for the American Bible Society for Kentucky and Tennessee as the great work of my life And surely it is a work upon which a man might well look hack with profound gratitude for in thoso years ho supplied 155397 destitute families 11947 destitutes adults and 12571 destitute children with the criptures and altogether distributed 1268885 copies of the Word of God lIe received and faithfully accounted for S40G 072 24 of time Societys money In the prosecution of his work he traveled 525268 miles The October Magazine Number of The Outlook is particularly strong in fine portraits Among the fullpage portraits are those of President aud- Mrs Roosevelt the Duke and Duchess of York Set Ii Low the fusion candidate for Mayor of New York three Episco pal dignities Bishops Clark and Nichols and Dr Dix printed in connection with an article on the great Triennial Convention of the Episcopal Church li WaldeckRoussean the Prime Min WliipplePOutlook Company 287 Fourth Avenue NewYork If President Roosevelt carries out his avowed intention to be President of time whole country and not of a section he will probably be the most abused men in the United Stateslong before the end of his term All the thousands of north ern men who still consider t1e8outh somewhat in time light of a conquered province will become infuriated at any attempt to do it justice Just wait and See It is just as well to remember that when Republicans speak of reciprocity they mean A modified something as closely approximate to the Democratic principle oftarlff reform as they cant without confessing that they have nwcte eHHinpntal errors in the past Aa anapch et iuLtIiesttO whose bosee- w5 vnbbid by burglars has appenied to the polite lor redrew Will lt8 be con vented bjr the lolc of bin own rnrRti- BMQtT N S N 3j v 3 a 3 N a lj 2 a s 3 Do You Know That Buggies and Carri ages are from to cheaper now than they were a few weeks agoT We still have good selection on our floor You sate money by buying wand T T LOUIS GUS Great Fall S- aleCLOTHINGSALE OF FALL WINTER KNOWN IN Boys School Suits 49c 1 49 2 2 50 and up 4MensSuits 2 99 and 3 99 t4 iSuits4 1 We just our Fall in our j and to you the best and most of is in will be to you our line tt s s s IIN POLITICS Josiah was for of by the in Boston Time New York City Del ocrnl c was stormy Mr Halls Mayor was without nomi nating or roll call and amidst cries for Bird S Coler Upon the many left the The results of at show a of between SCO 1000 votes The vote was large A large number of negro women for the School Board The Rev E L Powell pastor of the First church at has that otis service in each month this winter will bo by him in a theatre He gives as his rea son that a class of people whom he is desirous of will not go to church and they might be in duced to enter a ballot public enter The of the religi ous orders from France is a most seri ous stop While devoid of the harsh features that apconi the of the floc France and the Jews from Spain It those historic errors errors that cost both dear In trade men and ae so a so a as t TIe 50 ceat size is bettor of l crop grip tad Tie ioK size k tie Letrt for as ii chrtB etc cost mute another season prices of materials are going up c l sted 4 99 t The largest and t line of Suits every t in Kentucky celebrated firm of t Benjamin Co N Y 300 dozen Shirts price 50 and 2 00 now 98 CentsWhich is less than Cost have received Tailoring we are ready show largest complete line these goods in Kentucky This charge of Richard Shryock who glad show 0 I ot MAKE STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN STRAUSeltEADING FINE TAILORS GENTS GOODS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Qnincy nominated Governor MassacIitiFetts Democratic convention convention Sheppard Tammany selection for declared nominated announcement delegates meeting Tuesdays registration Lexington Democratic plurality and independent unusually registered Lexington election Christian Louisville announced delivered especially reaching tainment practical expulsion however regarded panied expulsion Huguenots nevertheless resembles countries mo- mmeyThe WholeTruth Theres nothing bad for cough coughingTheres good for cough Ayers Cherry riZlttlorrattLe cough brOACLit feotmiK COQfltIOS tttkat qualIty X1 Carriage Mi John Donelson Prop STRAUS Opening GREATEST AND CLOTHING CLEVER KENTUCKY Mens Black Clay Suits finest shown Alfred regular importations Department department OUR LEXINGTON CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT FURNISHING HATTERS speeches Pectoral clttflu jPeoples Friend Is he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room SuitestIIron Beds Folding Beds Rockers Couches ++ + ++ + + + ++ + + + + 4 + FORT+ + ++++ + Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect weS Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND BWMy KENTUCKY r WHY NOT BUY THE BEST j COSMO CARRIAGE o7J 25 6retaest BargainsEver THE CLIMAXI And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Wor from the2 euptUm ForI 50 Thin OHIO FARMER Cleveland 0 is thn lxst agricultural live stock market and home Weekly journal la this country For every member of the family It tells how to make the farm pay and the homo happy It has 20 pages every week ofen 24 pages Must complete and reliable market re Largest actual staff of practical- edilnrsandcorrespoedentsal1 tanners No Wide awake farmer will hA with tulInalffwlllAftCfrCWB Climax Printing Co Rici moaa JC NO 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse We also make a full line of High Grade Vehicles and Harness Send for Catalogue and ice List Glen Rock Pa Peary hasnt found the pole yet but both are reported in good condition 15 to 18a Week Salary for an Intelligent man or woman in each town Permanent position 30 cents per hour for spire time MANUFACTURER Box 78 Philadelphia Pa llsep8 Stock Crop Etc AT Public Sale miletromTHURSDAY OCT 17th 1901 propert2JachaDd6bleed stallion IS head of mules i2mtmidS year old8 also several aged mules heart nr arueta and X freth milch cnJ- all bred to thoroughbred Hereford bnll tboronfcbbKd reglriered Heretord buIlt 1- 5stcket tlmotbjr hay crap of enc tiMckea in the Seid Iso Sodden tarv totef fanul luplementa all to be sold wtthnat reserve For further partculn call oaL J8aIlHDanY- llle1C Teraa made kiowa os ay of aale Mrs K H Ballard T DEsslishAuct PAINT XICKiKY Mtltt I = i T 1 j c ii f 0 it 7 j J r 4 BL 14f ckt L 4 1 m 1 1 he Richmond Climax J CCIIENA ULTProprletor olanagerRWEDNESDAY OYP6 1001 ruBuauKii EVERY WXDMKSIIAT sr The Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR cocarr JUDOH N B TURPIN FOR COUNTY ATTOBWET J TEVIS COBB POBIIHBRIF- FJOlIN F WAGERS FOB JAILBB JAMES a LACKEY FOB CODNTT CLBKC JESSE COBB FOB BBPBKSBNTAT1VB CHAS L tiEAROY FOB SCHOOL BCPBRIXTKXDENT J W WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOB 8DBVBTOB FOB COBONBB CLIFF SAMUELS POR MAYOR DAVID n TEVIS FOB P014CK JUDGE U O RICE POR CITY ATTOBWKT J TALBOT JACKSON FOB CIIIKF OF POLIC- EJ1IALLIAN FOR MAGISTRATE OPARMER POR CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY POlE COUNCILMAN COUBTUOU8B DaIei WLLeeds CRT HALL C TAVftO E H Bybee u EasIY O O bptiiUi W L Arnold THE DEMOCRATICCOUNTY The ticket nominated by the Dohio crats of Madison county to be voted fur at the approaching November election three weeks from now is one of the strongest and cleanest ever put into the field by the local Democracy- As its head Is Judge N n Turpin candidate for County Judge who EO admirably filled that office for two years on the death of the lamented P II Sullivan and whose wise prudent conservative economical course commended his ad ministration to all classes and insures his reelection by a safe majority Judge Turpin has nothing to fear from the most seniclilug scrutinyof his op ponents His character is unassailable his political record unblemished and his ability unquestioned His manly stand for law and order his considera tion for the rights of the common people and Ids careful and intelligent study of oery question coming before him have stamped him ns a wise and safe dispenser of justice He is a friend of and believes in the great common peoploand in voting for him you can feel that your confidence is not misplaced and that your wellfare and that of your neighbor will be sacredly guarded For County Attorney there is lion J Tevls Cobb who has aready served two terms in that capacity and who lies by his business sagacity and splen did legal ability saved the county thousands of dollars and preserved its honor and integrity with an eye single to the welfare of all its citizens His peaceful and practical solution of the vexatious turnpike problem when other counties were being terrorized by lawless raiders and his uncompromising and unyielding attitude towaid CiFiBfowerCo LEXINGTON KY Ill Be Suited if I Buy a- tBROWERS L I For a Wedding Present Nothing is more suitable than a handsome piece of Furniture Nothing you can buy will meet with such a heartfac ceptance We have among our large stock a great many thingsrthat are very suitable for weeding presents Fine Solid Mahogany Tables t Fine Solid Mahogany Chairs and Rockers Morris Chairs or Morris 111I Rockers Will be found very acceptable for this purpose Our stock of Furniture has been care fully selected The very best thing we know to say about jt is that there is not a poor article in the srock- Everything firstclass and at that you wont mind Paying 1 h LF BroerCo1- 1I MAIN AKD owAt LaLIMQTOX CY the banks compelling them to pay their proportion of taxes are fresh in the public mind and should win him the support of every fairminded citi zen in the county He ia one of the bralnest lawyers in the State and his grasp of public affairs makes his services as legal adviser almost in dispensable We predict lib election by an increased majority Perhaps the best known man on the ticket Is John F Wagers candidate for Sheriff whose valuable services in behalf of the party justly en title him to the sobriquet of Wheelhorso of Democracy He made one of the best Jailers Madison county ever had and with his detective Hhrewdness and vigilant guardianship of the peace very low law breakers will slip through the meshes of the hiw when he becomes Sherlff lie will make a worthy successor to Hugh Coly r whois conceded to be one of the best Sheriffs in Kentucky Few men in the county have more friends than Mr Wagers and they will b at the polls tho first Tuesday In November in such numbers as to strike terror to the heart of his opponent Four years ago when he ran for Jailer Mr James G Lackey received the largest vote of any man on the ticket That he has filled the office most ac ceptably Republicans as well as Democrats will acknowledge It is the rule in the Democratic party that when an official makes a good record he shall have a second term As a candi date for reelection to the office of Jailer Mr Lackey deserves an indorse ment II in humane treatment of his prisoners his courtesy to those who come to site them his personalcare and supervision of the jail and courthouse property and last but not least his good natured civility have made him many friends and if he is not elected the other candidates ou the ticket had as well hang up their fiddle and bow That tried and true that loyal and eloquent young Democrat Jtsse Cobb of Waco will an a candidate for County Clerk receive the unanimous support of his party and many Repub licans will find it hard to vote against him He is not only splendidly qualified for tim office but will bring to the discharge of his official duty in dustry courtesy and an attention to business that will Insure an efficient and successful conduct of the affairs of the office On nearly every stump in the county Mr Cobb has advocated the principles of Democracy and his fellow citizens will see to it on the ides of November that he is rewarded for his loyalty Old Union the banner Democratic precinct of the county which with its splendid majority has helped to carry to victory the banner of many a can didate from other parts of the county presents the name of that sterling young Democrat Goo Noland for Assessor Mr Noland not only comes of a largo family of Democrats who have nver asked for office before but is capable clean honest and con scientious qualities which admirably fit him for the office he seeks A vote for him will be only repaying the kindness old Union has shown others Democratic condidates or in their race for office year in and year out As a candidate for County School Superintendent J W Wagers needs no commendation from our pen His superb conduct of the educational affairs of the county has put Madison in the forefront of educational progress among the other counties of the State Having been a practical teacher who be tore his election taught in several districts of the county he understands thoroughly the needs of the schools the necessary qualifications the success ful teacher must have and the inspira tion essential to the progress of both teacher and pupil And right at this time when his work is binning to bear such excellent fruit it would be almost a public calamity to put a raw inexperienced man In his place to guide the destinies of our schools Every citizen white or colored who has chil dren to educate in the public schools should reflect before casting his vote against J W Wagers who has made a model Superintendent and certainly deserves an indorsement No stronger or abler man could have been named for the Legislature than lIon Charles L Searoy of Waco Mr Scarcy is one of the first citizens of tho county widely known for his en terprise liberality and splendid citi zenship He served a term in the Legislature several years ago and made a record of which his ronntituents were justly proud His flue business sagacity his level headed conservatism his earnest advocacy in behalf of the de velopment of the resources of the State and above all his integrity of character and dignity of manner gave him weight with his colleagues and en abled him to secure needed legislation which would have been impossible with the average timeserver With Mr Searcyin the Legislature Madison county would feel that her Interests were well cared for and instead ot be ing aehasicdsbe weald eprouilol herr pre entMhe wfee would reflect credit Bp her aid sastsln her an cient and hoftetable prestige Vote forCbarlee L6aarcy aad thereby fil- iMadi5OflcoEents H tI8 the Legisla ture with a capable Democrat who will act M well aa v4ef aNdwbe will help elevate that pure peeriees awl patriotic BUteewan eMrileCr- eMy ttbe United 84MM MMte In closing thus rather leagtfey ret erence to the county ticket w esk you Rot to forget Captata L J Relre1n d tIPlilrjmuels Coroeriletnet W M Wortaet M tJM Mbn w 1M d heM jo N uSi tial and should be filled with good Democrats Both are clever and capa ble and for their past party services deserve the euppoit ofjevery Democrat From start lo finish we believe the ticket is a winner and if every Democrat will come to the polls on Tuesday Novembers resolved to do his duty we have no fears that Madison county will be redeemed from Republican mis rule and placed in the Democratic column where it properly belongs R L D NOT with any hope of electing their men but simply to please the party bosses at State headquarters behind whom is the unspeakable De boe the Republican County Committee met here Saturday afternoon and filled the vacancies on the county ticket by nominating Hon W T Harris for the Legislature and Hon Grant E Lilly for County Attorney Mr J C Hen dren was present and accepted the nomination for County Clerk tendered him over a month ago by the Republican County Convention Tbe committee also recommended Dr Phil Roberts for Mayor of Richmond All of these candidates are nice clever gentlemen and personally the CLIMAX wishes them well and regrets that they have at the eleventh hour been forced Into a campaign in which they must be slaugh tered to make a Roman holidayori- n other words to further the ambition of the assinine Deboo whose proper place is in thn backwoods of Southern Kentucky instead of in the greatest deliberative body on earth The tardiness with which Mr Ilendron accepts his nomination the delay manifested in bringing out Mr Harris and Mr Lilly the indifference to exSenator Roberts candidacy for Mayor are all confirmation strong as proofs of holy writ that there is but little if any en- thusIasm in the G 0 P in this county and that the victory is already ours if we will stand together That con spiracy episode down at Frankfort a little over a year ago has done its work toward disgusting many hitherto ardent Republicans with the party that advocates government by assassi nation and when there is added to this the likelihood that Judge Million if elected may have negro road over seers in every district of the county there is not going to be that unanimous support of the ticket by the intelligent white Republicans as heretofore When Charley Searcy gets through with Uncle Bill Harris he will feel very much like the little boy that the calf ran over while Mr Lillv after a tussel with Tevis Cobb will look a good deal like a faded specimen of tlie genus whose name ho bears JUDGE CANTIUM refused to grant a continuance and the second trial of Caleb Powers as an accessory to the assassination of Gov Goebel is on in earnest at Georgetown PERSONAL Miss Addie Hunley is visiting reIn tives in Lexington Mr Elbridge Park of Irvine was in the city Monday Mr Clarence E Woods has returned from Crab Orchard W B Feland made n business trip to Lexington Sunday Mr G G Prewitt was in Winchester this v eek on business Mr Elmer Dcatherage spent Sunday in Lexington with relatives Attorney Richard Bush spout Sun day with relatives near Stanford Col John R Gibson is back from a lengthy sojourn at Martinsville Ind Rev and Mrs Hugh McLelland have returned from a visit to Winchester Mrs G G Prewitt and son Ben are visiting Mrs W no Oldham in Lex ingtonMessrs W S Hnnley and T B Col lins attended the Lexington trots last ThursdayMrs Turley is visiting her par outs Judge and Mrs F Pendleton of WinchesterMr Alverson of the Stanford Interior Journal spent Sunday with his mother here Mrs lien Banks Sirs Joe Boggs and Miss Mable Mason are visiting relatives in St Louis Mo Miss Fannie Samuels left Tuesday for Canton Ohio where she will re main several months Miss Alberta Anderson of Lancaster is visiting her father Mr Thomas And erson at Kingston Mr James P Amaden of Versaill es visited his soninlaw Mr S Neville Moberley Wednesday- Mr and Mr It W Miller have re turned from a protracted visit to rela tives at Huntsville Ala Miss Minnie Dykes who is attending the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music is at home for a few days Mrs J M Bentonqf Winchester was the guest of Mrs William Neale yesterday Lexington Herald Mr George Blevins of Mt Sterling attended the funeral Monday of his niece Miss Mildred Gormley Mrs Emma Fife and daughter Miss Mollie have returned from a protract ivo visit to relatives at Fayette Mo Mrs W T Brook of Ladoga Ind and Miss Annie Ramsey of Winches ter ate visiting Mr and Mrs L P Todd Mrs Muir of Shelbyville wife of Lieut Muir of the U S S Alabama visited Mrs TE Baldwin and family last week Mr and Mrs R P McCord of Brookstown have moved to Richmond and taken one of the beautiful houses on the campus Mrs 8G Humphreys returned Mon thy to her home in Woodford county after several days visit to her daughter Mrs C D Chenault Mr James A Wallace of Irvine stopped over here on his return from Cincinnati to see lila brother Postmaster C Q Wallace Mrs WS Hume and Miss Hums of Richmond Ky June bees iu New York OB a shopping expedition xlifi pae- tweekNew Yorktelegrasa to Sundays Cincinnati Enquirer Miss Mary Kejloeg of Cincinnati and Mrs Clark iCellogg of Richmond are expected Tuesday to be the guests of Mrs KelloggffHiother Mrs Richard O MorganLexngton Herald Mr Ab Green iiasHraaec geet who came here Iron Winchester several byJIMmoved his family to that city lust Fri dy Mrs Si McKr who Ira been with tor m9th r JiIlY t the pat seiineWt Monday for Lexington to KeeJrlyjata1q NU Xr J lli CrMUtt jw4 Md ari Etching JointsIn the fingers toes arms and other parts of the body are joints that are inflamed arid swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition is commonly worse in wet weather It has been a long time since we have been without Hoods Sarsaparilla My father thinks ho could not do without It lIe has been troubled with rheumatism since be was a boy and Hoods Sarsapa rllla Is the only medicine he can take that will enable him to take his place In the field Miss ADA DarT Sidney Iowa HoodsSarsaparilla and Pills Remove the cause of rheumatismno outward application cmTake them rived last week to visit the formers parents Capt and Mrs Howard Corne hson They were accompanied by Miss Annie Anderson of Higginsville Mo a niece of Capt Cornelison Mrs W B F land has broken up house keeping and gone to Lawrence burg to look utter the family other brother inlaw whose wife and mother inlaw were burned to death She was accompanied by her youngest son RobertMaster Eugene Miller son of Mr and Mrs M W Miller of Elliston has accepted a clerkship in D Z Taylors new store at Waco Eugene is a nephew of exCircuit Clerk W H Miller and Is an unusually bright boy who is sure to make his mark in the world some day Mr and Mrs Lucas Brodhead gave a superb dinner party last Friday night in honor of the SitninsAlexandor brid al party There were beautiful floral decorations and dinner was served in a number of courses by a city caterer The guests were seated at the table for two hours Covers were laid for forty personsWoodford Sun Jesse Dykes of Conway was here Sunday to attend tho funeral of J E- DykcsJ D Dykes of Richmond attended the funeral of bis brother J E Dyke SundayJ H Allmnn of Richmond passed through the city Sunday enroute to LexiigtonHarr- y Coshy oi Richmond was over to see his best girl Sunday Winchester SentinelMiss White who has been the guest of the Misses Shaukelford for three weeks will return to her home in Richmond Ky today Miss White besides being one of the most beautiful girls in the State is one of the most attractive and while hero made many friends who will always welcome her to Mt Sterling Tuesdays Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat lion Chas nodes left this afternoon for Kansas City on legal business pertaining to the estate of Mr G B Wood cock He will be gone about a week Miss Kate Blauton daughter of Dr L U Blanton accompanied by Mrs Ben Lee Hardin and Mrs J Hal Grimes of Harrodsburg spent today in Danville Miss Blanton will teach at Jackson dur ing the ensuing year Danville Advo cateMr Rayburn Rocker of Richmond was here Sunday on a business trip Mr WmTharp and wife have returned from Madison after a visit with rel- ativesMr Robert Woolums agent for the L A railroad of Richmond was here Wednesday Mr Rufo Si in DIB of Richmond spent Sunday with friends here Marshall James Epperson has returned from a visit with friends in MadisonMr Dim Riddell of Richmond who is instruct jug the band during the adeenceof Prof Mitchell was here Tuesday Messrs Carlisle Maupin and Joseph Cunningham two young men of Richmond who have been employed at the box factory for seven months have been promoted to positions in time Burt and Brab office Ford Index RELIGIOUS Evangelist D G Combs is holding a revival at the Glade church near Berea Thomas W Lawson the millionaire horseman made a 5000 contribution to the charities of Lexington Rev J W Pralber of Valley View preached the funerals of M J Figg and his son Millard Pigg at Log Lick Clark county last Sunday Rev Dr McDonald of Danville will preach at the Second Presbyterian church Sunday morning at tho usual hours 11 a mand 7 p m Elder T Q Mal tin of Winchester is conducting an interesting revival at Antioch church near Million It has been in progress a week and a number of additions have resulted this far Roy R E Moss has resigned the pastorate of the Kirksville Christian church to accept a call at Mayfield Ky Before going however he will hold a series of meetings which began Mon dayPresident Roosevelt will worship in Washington at the German Reformed church The little chapel seats but 150 persons He is an active church mem ber and recently preached a sermon while visiting in Chicago Elder J W Harding closed a two weeks meeting at Antioch Christian church Sunday with eighteen confessions He left Monday to begin amcet jug that night with his old charge the church at Flat WoOds Madison county For twenty ino consecutive years he preached regularly at this church Fridays Winchester Democrat A new Baptist church to be called Bethlehem is being erected at Drey fus this county A basket meeting will be held there next Friday at 8 oclock to raise funds to complete the edifice TIme pastor Rev A G Coker Rev W li Uyalls of this city and Rev J GParsomis1of Bores will be present and deliver sermons Here Is a hint toSabbatlibreakers At Mexico Mo Godfrey Winzer a far mer was found guilty on two different charges of working on Sun day Ills neighbors were the witnesses against him They appeared before the grand jury and had Winzer in dicted on live counts scalding hogs whitewashing trees stacking oats and straw and rendering lard He was con victed on the first two counts and fined f10 In each case The protracted meeting at the Bap tist church which has been in pro gress time past ten days will close to night Rev Latukitw has proven himself one of the ablest and most attrac pleGRichlulJadand the Meeting has resulted in great good to the church many having dJinilipiratloD Io ttemidnmg th Xatrmk- Iuedo Jv H 0 turniir fe rsOhJng- eobratttlat1 tir his songrestls ud many friends on his reappointment to the pastorate of the Methodist church of this city by the Conference in session last week at Shelbyville Ills splendid work hero the last two years has not only greatly endeared him to his flock but has resulted in much good to the church and community at larce Rev Turner is regarded as one of the most original thinkers and forceful speakers in Richmond and his sermons have attracted more than local Interest The Conference also reappointed Rev P C Evorsole to tIme church at College Hill MATRIMONIALAEIICRAFrSptRzsBrutus h craft and Miss Maretta Sparks both of Ford were married at time Clerks office in Winchester last Wednesday by County Judge Eyans NEWTONLILLABD Miss Lucile Lillard the pretty daughter of Warden Eph Lillard of Frankfort was married last week to Mr Joseph R Newton General Passenger Agent of the Frank fort Cincinnati railroad- KANATZARDEvA1EYMr William Kaualzar son of Mr and Mrs Sid Knnatzar of Wbltlockthis county was married last week at Pine Grove Clark county to Miss Annie Devary The groom is a prosperous farmer and an excellent gentleman while his bride is a charming lady popular with all who know her- HoavERUUAIIAMFormer County Attorney E B Hoover of Nicholas ville was married last Wednesday at Columbus Ind to Miss Mary Gra ham for several years instructor of piano and violin music at Jessamine Institute Both are well known and popular Mr and Mrs Hoover will reside in Nicholasville RocKEFELLEiiALDRicn Mr John D Rockefeller Jr son of the Standard Oil Magnrte and Miss Abby Green Al drich daughter of United States Sena tor Aldrich were married Wednesday at the brides home at Warwick Neek R I The marriage was a brilliant society event C50 invitations being issued to the wedding breakfast The bridal presents amounted to nearly a million dollars The engagement of Miss Ella Estill and Mr H L Spence of Chicago and Miss Sarah Estill and Mr A M Brooks of Springfield Ill are announced the weddings to take place at the same time at Davids Fork Church Misses Estill are tho very attractive daughters of Mr and Mrs Clifton Estill and are very popnlac The news of their enga gements will be of much interest to their many friends here mill elsewhere Lexington Democrat FBENCHLUXON Mr Robert L French and Miss Laura Luxon of this city will be married at noon today at the residence of Mr Thomas Luxon in Lexington the RevB C Hngerman officiating This announcement which will cause a genuine sensation in Rich mond society circles will create no surprise among their closa friends who have known of their ardent attachment for sometime The prospective bride who Is the daughter of Mr and Mr8 Will Luxon and sisterinlaw of Postmaster C C Wallace of this city is one of the handsomest of Madison countys many fairdaughtors and is as popular as she is pretty The groomelect is the secondson of Mr and Mrs W C French and holds a good position with the J WZariug Grain Mill Co of this city by whom tie is held in high esteem Time CLIMAX extends con gratulations and wishes the newly wedded the realization of their fondest dreams of bliss BIRTHS ScniraitNews comas from Win chester that Mr and Mrs II W Scriv ner have another heirit fine boy which arrived on the 6th in- stDEAT1IS TODD Tobias Todd a wellknown citizen of the Dreyfus locality died last Wednesday of pneumonia aged 45 A wife and several chldrenaurviv- eGoonioireT M Goodnight for merly editor of the Lincoln Democrat and a prominent citizen of Stanford died of a complication of troubles He was a brother of time late Judge I H Goodnight and several years ago was a clerk in the State Superintendents of1 fice McDosALB Mrs W A Eisenhart of this city received a telegram Wednesday from Nashville announcing the death in thatcity of her brother George McDonald Deceased who was a son of Rev Donald McDonald of Danville was 29 years old He visited his sister here last summer and made many lriendsOVERLEYMr6 Tillie Adams Over ley wife of James II Overley and daughter of William M Adams died Tuesday morning of consumption at her home near Berea aged 39 years She was formerly a wellknown lady teacher and was a splendid Christian woman The funeral services will be held at 10 oclock today at the Glade church thence her burial in the Rich mond cemetery at 230 oclock GOBMLEV Miss Mildred Gormley aged 20 daughter of Mr and Mrs W C Gormley died early Saturday morn lug of diabetes at the Pattie AClay In this where she had beeir Itntillaspirits and her sudden death was a great shock to her famtlyjmtr her many friends A sad feature connected with her demise was the absence from home of her father anti oldest brother Buford the former being in the South and time latter in West Virginia neither of whom knew anything of the shadow that had fallen across their path until they received a telegram conveying to them thesad intelligence Deceased was a bright handsome sweet girl and popular with all who knew her She graduated from Caldwell High School two years ago and gave promise of a splendid womanhood She was a member of tIme Christian church and In the social circle was a general fayor ite After funeral services by her pas tora Rev Hugh McLelland Monday afternoon at the family residence ou llijothstreetttherema ns were laid to rest ia the Richmond Cemetery The grief stricken parents and time bereaved brothers and sisters have tho sympathy of all In their sad affliction In MetwOlIMI Mrs Jane Jones after- a protrac4diliiies8 departed tills life at towHly hour ltth morning of the 1lr91 Sept 190t In the 72nd year f age She was the daughter el Orav tt imd Margaret Feyton wh raeied ma the htiKUborhood kYle Ctwir 1Mdli ihty KlllCikY1 Mth tiw tJtttftA tl1 ItJIu cfr izarried Jo fr 1S115dflls n ones and for number of years lived on the Jacks Creek pike whore they built up a beautiful and pleasant iome It was truly a Christian home where preachers delighted to visit and always with the assurance of finding a cordial welcome and a happy hospit able home In fact every one that visited thorn were made to feel themselves at home while enjoying their unbounded hospitality On Jan 21 1893 her devoted husband went to his rest in the full hope of eternal life leaving her and three children to monrntheir loss Af ter the death of her husband she went to reside with her daughter Mrs B II Neale and family and for nine ears was the object of the familys teaderest care And as her two children lived near she unlike many mothers of her age died surrounded by her children and gracd children She had been a devoted member of the church Christ for more than a half century and lived an exemplory Christian life She was a devoted wife a tender loving mother an obllgingneigimbor and a true friend She leaves thre children Mrs B H Neale Mrs J V Logan and Mr New land Jones beside three grand children all of whom are member of the Chris tian church The writer conducted the funeral services where was gathered a large concourse of her brethern neigh bors and friends after which we laid her body away to rest in the beautiful cemetery by the side of her dear hus band to await the glorious resurrection day We extend our sympathies to the bereft children and grandchildren praying the good Lord to sustain and keep them unto eternal night L H REYNOLDS iioo Regard 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is 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 constitntionaldisease requires con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Time proprietors havesnch faith in its curative powers that they offer 100 for any case that it falls to cure Send for its list of testimonials Address- F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by DrnpxistH 75c HalPd Family Pills are the best oct3 1m Leased Oil Lands Dr Elmer Northcutt the oil magnate of Valley View and Mr D N Williams of Mt Vernon have leased several thousand acres of oil lauds in Rockcastle county and will in the near future begin boring for oil Bank Robbers Six robbers made a bold but unsuc cessful attempt to rob the Mercer No tional Bank at Harrodsburg last Friday night Their plans were frustrated by night policeman Brown and two assistants who came to his aid A pitch ed battle ensued in which time robbers were routed and beat a retreat leaving a trail of blood behind them They Lad previously robbed the postofflce of f50 worth of stamps Blood hounds were put on time trail but no clue to the identity of the thieves has yet been obtained A Double Failure Elza Cosby a well known farmer of the Forest 11111 locality filed a deed of assignment last Thursday for the bene fit of his creditors As a result of his failure the firm of Carpenter Cosby former merchants of Valley View in which he was n partner was also forced to assign John E Baldwin former ly associated in the grocery business with E Deatherage of this city was named as assignee inboth casea Assets about 5000 with liabilities amounting to 1GOO The firm will pay dollar for dollar Store at Speedwell Robbed The general merchandise store of W H West at Speedwell this couqty was robbed last Wednesday night by burglars who secured 100 in cash and a quantity of merchandise The thieves effected an entrance byprylng open the back door Mr West kept his money in nn oldfashioned safe and on this par ticular occasion he had carelessly left the key in the lock So instead of hay hug to use dynamite or nytro glycerine all the thieves had to do was to use the key and help themselves to the con tents There is no clue to the idenity of the rascals A Typical South Afrieaa Store O R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twentyfive miles from the near est town Mr Larson says I am favored with time custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles to mam of whom I have supplied Chamber- laills remedies All testify to their value in a household where a doctors advice is almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the popu lation is perhaps sixty Ot these within the past twelve months no less than fourteen of these have been absolutely cured ny Chamberlains Cough Reme dy This must surely be a record For sale by Stockton Hagan Ooctlm The Cheaault Sale The sale of the real estate of C D Chonault advertised in the CLIMAX took place in front of the Garnett House last Thursday Capt Tom Ferrill auctioneer A large crowd was present and bidding was lively The farm of 100 acres sit uated on the Lancaster pike was bought by Mr James H Pelciyal of Kuox county for 12 an acre Col Dill Chcnault was the principal cOLtend jug bidder The old Garnett Hotel was knocked oft to Mr Dan Terrill at 10 005 There were several bidders for this valuable properly Dr 1 J Frazee for the Odd Fellows running it up to 10000 The residence together with the rear lot on North street was sold to Mr H B DiJlingham for 55000 Messrs TJ Smith Jr Waller Ben nett and D M Cbenaalt were strong bidders for this property The total atrount was 20165 The houses and lots ia the Djllingh Additi a were not offered Americanwithout the pangs of hunger r Gfe DR ARMERS tar TfttpriCU Rich Juicy Plumbs Ripe For Your Picking I Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our SUre Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable 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 beforp in prices from 20c to 200 per yard 1uur1IsBeltsNovelty 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 dayIn Belt Department- can be had a most complete line of Purpen behadl Our line of Corsets is complete In netting- or summer Corsets at prices from 29c to 50c and 100 widelyadvertisedwith us G D Chicago waists at 1 00 Q D style 35c Straight front at 100 Remember we belong to the Merchants Consumers Scrip Association which means money to you trade with us Respectfully yours Cor taiFirstSt Bought Another Farm Prof C F Brock sold last week his farm of 4834 acres near Newby to Absalom Tudor for and bought of Ben Cotton 77 acres near Rntliton at ID per acre Possession in each III stance given Jan 1902 During his SewbyProfself to the people of that locality and it is with sincere regret that they see him depart from their midst Master Commissioners Sale D M Chenanlt PIlL Notice of gainst Sale Annie White c DefUi In Equity SaleaSeptember Term thereof In the abore style cause the undersigned will on Wednesday October 30 1901 About the hour of oclock a m in front of the Court House door in Richmond M dlson county Kentucky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following de scribed propertp A lot located In nlchmoudky being western onehalf of lot No S3 in Block the Dilllngham Addition to the City of theI mond K fronting on Almont Street 23 and running through said lot same width producetheordered to be made and the costs hereof 1ERMS Sale will be made on a credit of air months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for the payment of the purchaae money the force and eUect of a Judgment iearlng legal Interest from the day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the archase money is paidESCOTToctl 2w MCMCC- H Master Commissioners Sale I OW Erane Plff Notice ot SaleiBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term there of 1001 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday October 26Ui 1901 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises in Madison county Kentucky proceed to hlgheslhidderty viz A tract ol land located on the waters of Galloways Creek in Madison county Kyon the east side of the Rich mond and Lexington Turnpike Road and adjoining the lands of Sanford and William Oldham containing 33 44100 acres being the same land conveyed to James E Evans by William Will isms and others by Deed dated April 171895 excluding the land sold to John Chenanlt by J E Evans and Sallie Evans as in shown fn Deed Book 46 Page 410 containing 21 acres lving 31 acres more or less J VForwore particular description hereof is hereby made to tho Judg ment herein- The land will be sold an a whole for the purpose of paying the debt interest and costs herein of 733 89 the amount ot money so ordered to be made TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months equally TIme givebondpayment of the purchase money to force and effect of a Judg ment bearing legal interest from the dayof sale with a Lien reserved upon properly until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT octl62w MC M C C PUBLICSLE1As estate of my deceased hus band W A Burgin I will on the premises soil publicly at 10 oclock a m on My Oclflbir Sit 19111 The following described property No1 A tract ef lARd eofltalniBf pIeeeosthe taIJfIlfOodaU rmeoeary outbuikljimea 2 Consists of 30 acres more or JlIIJhrJhlJringrass M tracts are fuetik- anil lii a splendid Mighbertoed MushCow4 FM liege TSboiU hAlf HiUrtllB 18 IibUIIMMaFurnitureTERM8Shalf sails balance ODJi credit of 12 saleAfltiIJtrdatNovsnWr lit US JWCY BKJIOU 50141 Al tIIHaDI Ribbons Time demand for Ribbons during time past lollSUIpopularVelvetcan Im hud in connection with our silk ribbons creamlavender yardIn or leadersISpecial for two upIat 49c Our line of Boys Caps is complete Boys PKYacht Caps at 24c prkesfrom I and saved if you OWEN MCKEE 4 CONTINUED GROWTH ro The East Tennessee Telephone Company has issu statement of its business for the month of September lstm1 and shows increase in subscribers as follows Number of subscribers Sept 11901 U Number added during September n 318 Number discontinued during September 312 Net increase in subscribers during month N Total number of subscribers Sept 30 1901 JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best QuaIities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and aFrames I WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY 0 forceOnefourth WindowShadesmake all kinds of Shades oJWhiteLargest stock of Picture Framing materials in the State We will fran your pictures in uptodate styles for littln money Dont forgot that l1ul byhaving+++ GEO M WILLGINGManufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints for all kindsof purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY NEW oft FIRM NEW GOODS +Having taken into partnership withme Mr J F Mahler the firms name will now be 8CQnS 3 J8tMr Mahler isa practical Tailor aid experienced Cutter JMitchell CityHeguarantee fit and workmanship AM work done at our store in Richmond Nobbiest GoodJ Latest Stykc Call and see us before select tag your Fal sui- tJaftfel t Mailer s Richmond Kentucky COAL QAL tJ We have just opened a NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and Ire prepared to furnish the be4 Goal at the lowest price e handle the celebrated Beatty ville Coal which has no equal OG the market Prompt ser vice lull weight Give us a calL IiIttiIit oIi Oi- ee 184 JAbi FIREMAN lgr iioctl4iC- oL =D W TribbteA- UCTIONEER wilt wll y ir Fam Stock Mercln dees Miyrbiftg yo deelre Mild SalWactkw Guarantee w bim Silv- dQndf isst lie t IiI The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 10 1901 lr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Sure Ofebtf I1tta1 Douglas bimtAons ad on fourth page i Busterilocality for 1800 Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of fice over MithtIeLunS drug store J July Iitf ITho next meeting of the County Teachers Association will be at Kirks vile Saturday Octuber 26 Stray hog Owner can have by paying expenses J J NEA sameII tioct 2t For the ttGOdaysS I Midkiff will offer his largo stock of vehiclesatl cost 4 4sep J H Neff wants your geese Highest market price paid ICoctlt I D T Bogie has resigned art postmaster at Iluthton W A Moberly has succeeded hini- Tbedacufty and students of Madison Institute spent last Saturday at historic Koonesboro Dr C E Smoot and wife will oc copy the new residence row being built on Broadway by Mr D C Bigger staT Wanted To rent A small farmnenr Richmond with plenty of water and fruit Ad dress Small Farmer ttiic office Red Men at Paris A tribe of Red Mem was Instituted at Paris Wednesday niblit The Mays villo braves did the degree work For Rent Small farm two miles from town with comfortable residence for 1902 Apply to 2oct2t MBS CINDA KARR Red House Farm Sold Auctioneer WP Prewitt sold last eek the W B Old ham farm of 90 rrre near Red House to Jl James or S10 an acre The Sick Mrs T T Covington and Mrs Grant i Lilly who have been seriously ill or feral days past are reported iiaeh better Powell Sells His Farm W G Powell sold Monday his farm f r7 acres near Red House to West If Kiuney for SM cash per acre Pos ssijn January I flue Grass Farm Sold J W Smith sold to Louis Neale his toe irass farm of 200 acres near Fox own at 5 an acre Possession given fanuary I 1902 Pay Day at Millers Creek Mepsrs King and Rodman railroad ontractors at Millers Creek were here riilay to draw from the bank money to ay their men Saturday Arrested in Winchester Nancy Cliff a Madison county pau er was arrested here Monday and ken to Richmond by Deputy Slier fl icdford Winchestor Democrat New Insurance Agent Mr J K Beck general agent for ie Mutual Life Insurance Co of ntiicky hI located here His mLO is over tho State Bank Trust Lost One pair of gold rimmed eye glasses bunt the 23rd of last month between tirhmond and the Lake Liberal re arcl for return of Fame to 9ct2t W M HARIEK For Sale or Rent A nice twostory eight room real eiiie with good stable anl uardenand ther necessary outbuildings on iecond street For particulars callon r aJdress D B SIIACKELFOUD jct2tf Richmond Ky Badly Battered At Nashville Satuday Vanderhilt de sated Central University 25 to 0 The all lerbilts outweighed the visitors ml they were much batteredso much that they were obliged to cancel the tisvante late Scarlet Fever Epidemic Scarlet fever has appeared in Rich ond and several eaees are reported nong children ranging front four to felve years of age The Hoard of eatth should take some steps to pro lit is spreading To Teachers and Others I represent one of the largest whole le book concerns in America and can irnish school and private libraries ith books nt less than publisher ice Any book published can be dered through me R Lee Davis ielmiond Ky 2t Oak Timber tar the Barrel Factory The Valley View Argent says that ilon Bros of that section have ld to the Hume Cooperage Co ol ins ciy a body of white oak timber ir1500 A force of men U now em loyed converting the timber into ayes for the Richmond plant Not Sold Time residence on Second street own d 1 occiiiibylie publicly Friday afternoon but wast sold Only 1650 was bid on it Ida that WHS considered a give was price it was taken down New Store For Million Messrs B B Million John Heath an and Green Million have begun the rection of a store house at Million on ie opposite side of the road from the ostofflce Mr Woodson Newby has IB contract and the building will be dy for occupancy inside of thirty aye Will be Prosecuted- A Frankfort dispatch says Several Only clerks have failed to notify the cretary of State as to hoW roach aper was needed to print the election allots and Secretary Hill lIa keen ompelled to make all estimate aa to lie amount necessary Thmn de nqneuts will be prosecuted for de piction of duty- Postmaetu in rfaugh Lwk Postmaster Trimble of Seaeset y has been required by the Wepwt nent at Washington to inake good 481 lifference in po tJCert for having erinitted a publisher to plae eertaia rioting on the wrappec oi hjs JNPIIfII- nd Btiil obtain publish1 rat b Itke M tb pSMsIghor Mtaei ntLorliaUon Dr Ilobson Dentist Richmond Ky apr7tf New Colers Cardinal red and royal blue will be the colors of New Centra University- at Danville instead of cream atd crim son which were objected to by the old Centre men Farm Rested Mr E II Ballard hag rented her fartnuear Paint Lickto MrVG TiiHig ginbotlmtn for next year She will have a sale on the 17th and sell ofT all her stock crop c Returned to California A L Kirby who is out on 2500 bond for tliekilling of Groves afBerea lana gone back to his home at Fresno California on business He will re turn about Nov 15 to stand his trial which comes up at the December term A Midget Baby The Ford Index says that Mr John Rucker and wife of Madisoircounfyi are the parents of a thoroughly dev l poundsAuits arm with ease The infant seems iti perfect health P Grand Lodge Meeting The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias of Kentucky and Encamp ment of Uniform Rank will convene in annual session October 22 23 and 24 1901 at Owensboro Ky where its member and visiting Knights will be hospitably received New Coal Yard Mr Jack Freeman as agent for the Beatly ville Coal Co haS opened a coal yard on Aspen avenue and is prepared to furnish the best Bealty ville coal at prices that will save the consumer money His phone number is 184 See ad elsewhere in this issue A Costly Suit ol Clothes Omcer Ready of Lexington arrested in that city and brought here Will Lee colored charged with stealing a suit ot clothes from R E L Biggerstaff on last court day The prisoner pleaded guilty In Judge Millions court and was given 50 days at hard labor Bought Elliott Institute Property Mr G B Shepherd formerly of Irvine has bought the Elliott Institute property at Kirksville and writes the CLIMAX that he contemplates building up a fine school there He has converted the upper part into a public hall something that Kirksville has long needed Supplemental Registration What in known as H supplemental registration in order to permit those who from sickness or absence from the city were unable to register on lime lay of the regular registration will beheld on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday October 28 29and 30 The place of legislation will be at the county clerks offic- eGEESE WANTED Highest cash price paid for geese poultrv and eggs and all other country produce JHNeff lSoct4tRichmond Ky Special Deduction Buffalo Rates Specialconch excursions are announced via Qieen Crescent Route and Big Four from points between Williamstown and Somerset each Tuesday Thursday alul Saturday in Octo ber A great chance to visit the Pan American Tickets good five days Ask ticket agents for particulars oct 1C31 Mr Stout Goes to Lexington Mr IIS Stout the merchant tailor has definitely decided to leave lllch inond and tomorrow will remove to Lexington whore he has secured ele cant quarters at 71 E Short street Merrick Lodge building While here Mr Stout and his handsome wife made ininy fieuds who wish theta success in their new home Berea College Growing As an indication of the growth of Berea College the Citizen says 40 teachers and other workers are em ployed there this year Last year the attendance was over 800 students and it is expected that that number will he exceeded this year It now has the largest endowment of any institution of learning in Kentucky Bogies Mill Pike Inspected Messrs S Purrlsn L M Scrivner anti J W Moore who wero appointed by the County Court as commissioners to inspect and report upon the Bogies Mill turnpike filed their report last Wednesday Only a half mile of said pike was received by the commispioi era the remainder not having been completed according to specifications was rejected McKintey Memorial Postal Card A memorial postal card in honor of the late President will be circulatedby time Postottice Department about Dec Ulber 1 to supercedo the Jefferson postal card now jn common use The new card will bear on its face a picture of President McKinley his naute and the dates Of his birth and death1 The words United tstaUsi of America em ployed on thin Jetlsreon card will be omitted Work thin Pushed Work on the construction of the Louisville and Atlantic railr md is be ing llllhlvigorollsIf The rails have already been ordered Word cnies down the river that there are many camps full of laborers wlio re striving to finish the Work soil get out of the tented cures before the cold weather comes TIe grade is about realv 1or the ties and rails to Mikes llntnchibut work ou the trestle has been delayed The City Sued James P Pottp son of B Cooke Potts has sued the for services as- extra pollr manduringtheA O fT W Btreet fair W It Letcher is IW t torney If lie i successful several others who seivetlas extra p liceat the sam j tiBie and whom the City CUss ell refused to pay claiming the A O U W should compensate themjwHI bring suit The case will be tried in Judge Millfena court the towrtli ondy I v s tkR Trow wy place near Jfote iftfe coMBty on the night of cks4er91WOl- a t4cksaddle inare three years sId at1Jj Jwnd high with aW1ateear- on top ot rIght shoulder CHMd by ImwM the marks being more BfieaWe row the fllCL that few White beiNarei- tklticujehabieAlt two Mh iwte wi peste1 ulAwof each ferefart Use Wk4 eji both stdet and buy Hoy A wid of 9 will M l dlotretill f WdSVSld8rua Mote M1dLla tt Kr iC Beauties w For All f AJOur Floral Decorations I arebeantlev weposseas and practice the necrssa r NOWOW In arr- angib order recet onsi at teiiUon BELL The ForISA lJ LEXINGTON kY HENRY L PERRY Agt j Cells Hewers go Everywhere j rCounty Teachers Paid Saturday was pension day with the county teachers and most of them were in town 10 receive the flrjit installment of tii ir pay Usually 40 percent is paid in October but for some unaccountable cause Supt Wagers received only 20 per cent for disbursement this time As the county teachers are the poorest paid of all tHe public servants they should at least he paid promptly All told about 50GO was paid out Hall Crop ol Corn in Madison Corncutting has been in progreisthw past ten days Tim average yield wili be hardly n half crop though in s6mne parts of the countynotably in the Whites Station Caleast and Newby scclions where the drouth was broken by good showers fromsir to ten barrels per acre will be harv sted Mr Bud Dunn has 180 acres 125 of which he says will make eight barrels to tho acre which is pretty Ko6d consider ing the unfavorable season Bank SlockSoid Fortvthree abates of Madison National Bank stock 33 belonging to Mrs Anderson or Kiricslqji ardGjo the estate of the late E E Mitchell were sold at publifc outcry Saturday afternoon In front of the court house by Captain Tom Ferrill auctioneer Time 33 shares were bought by Messrs Waller Bentiett VVSi M b rley and Joe Gibbs and brouglatl6525 The6 were purchased by Mr J A Higglns for 0 Mitchell of Reynoldsville Pa at S171 per share Terrible Tragedy Near Irvine News of a terrible tragedy above Irvine was brought here Saturday Ac cording to the report Court Dunaway waylaid his wile and shot twice at her with a shotgun the powder burning her face severely He was prompted by jealousy ofa half brother Bose Brinegar After thin attempt to kill his wife he fled and later it is said he killed Dillard Brinegar a brother of Bose Brinegar and a half brother of himself Still later word was received that Duuaway being closely pursued by a pesse bent on lynching him had killed himself with his own shot gun PfCparinglForFederal Court j The festive moonshiner with the army of picturesque mountaineers who usually come along us witnesses will soon be a familiar sight In Richmond The first tem of the Federal Court will convene hero November II United States Marshal S G Sharp of Coving ton was here Wednesday to make arrangements for tha court which will be held on the second floor of the Government building where temporary quar ters have been provided It is quite probable that an appropriation will be made by tIme next Congress to complete the third story of the building which was originally designed for a Federal Court room The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings oil diarrhoea and for this reason 110 one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by Stockton Hagan 9octlm A party of Suffolk England farmers have gone to Denmark to secure hints on dairy farming Write This Down in the book or memory there is no Well tiling as a Virmkss cough Every cough is a warning of a confidence that goes from bad to worse unless it la remedied right away Opinniladen medicine is a delusion Allens Lung Balsam cure time worst of colds It clears the brouch ial passages so that the lungs get plen ty of air Wby not get a bottle today It doesnt take a good resolution long to find its way to the bargain counter Chicago News Get a free simple of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets nt Stockton drug store They are pleaSf1thi constipationIns Man is bprn to rule but woman comes along and beats tutu out of his job Chicago News Y fl A Sweet r Tooth Ts responsible for many aches and pains But w6aleverJblij caude of de eayt should be arrested and the Teeth put in good conditiQn Science and skill have ide it a win pie matter The itentistVehair no1 longer has any terrors All work is done with regard to our patrons comfort coflvenleBce 8ndqlt BMitd satisfactioa Wfr clean fill orextract teeth with outpam to thepatient Our fine sets of teeth at 5 made on zyloalte or rubber are absolutely per lest Ve guarantee them Teeth extracted 25ceHtB The beaf itimiigan filling 75 cents Half faro OB goit and free betel accowmcxiation farpatients from a drstace itbo write for appointments Dr V HHOBSON Omiist door to lJBICHMOKD KY iDOo QNNI it DiI2tIt f 7 Ji1 i f I- J After extraordinary effort we have collected splendid Stylish Suits Made of Fine Serges Worsteds and Cheviots in great variety of plain and fancy weaves and placed them on sale at the low price of t Ten Dollars a Suit These Suits are Trimmed and Tailored in the Latest Style and their equal cannot be found this side of New York for less than 1250 to 1500 We are sacrificing profits all along the line bat maintains our high standard of excellence down to the smallest detail ANOTHER GREAT BARGAIN IS OUR BiltW Shoe Made of Fine Box Calfleather lined through and throughheavysolestylish shape An excellent winter shoe for little money250 Well gladly show it against any 300 shoe in Kentucky v v Take a look through our Shoe Department joull find a great assortment of extra strong values in all grades of Mens and Boys reliable footwear RAIN COA TS We are headquarters for Rubber Coats Slickers Mackintoshes Leggins Rub berlined WorkCoats Umbrellas and every thing else to clothe you in comfort when it rains Covington Bonks Sellers of Everything That Men Wear I TO CURE A COLD I1T ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents The king of Portugal is an expert tennis player and an enthusiastic yachtsman Stops the Coub and Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Qtinlne Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Trice 25 cents The forests cf North America in val ue and variety excel those of any other continent Yf riili signature Is on CTory box of tho genuine Laxative Bromo Qui ne Tablets the remedy that euro a cold In one day A pure bred staghound never attacks the head of his quarry Driving Out The Enemy These are the days of colds sharp and sudden attacking throat and lungs and leading 10 consequences one does not like to think about Avoid further ex posure and fight the enemy of health and comfort with Perry Davis Painkiller the family standby for sixty years It conquers a cold in a day See that you get the right article There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis The greyhound is the only dog which hunts by sight A Word To AVoiae Any sick woman is invited toconsult by letteiwith Dr II V Pierre chief consulting physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo NY In an aitive practice of more tnan thirty years assisted by a stall of nearly ascore of associate physicians Dr Pierce lisa treated and cured over half a million women All diseases peculiar to women are treated with success Thjs consultation letter is absolutely free Every letter is treated as strictly private and sacredly confid ential Answers are mailed promptly- givingthe best of medical advice All answers are sent in plain envelopes bearing on hem no printing of any kind Vrite without fear and without fee to Dr It V Pierce Buu lo N Y Foxhouuds give cry but deerhounds hunt in thence This Will Interest Many TO quickly introduce the famous blood purifier Hll U Botanic moot Hahn into new homes we will giveaway 10000 treatments It B B wilt positively cure all blood and skin trou- blesttlcllrs scrofula etzema eating sores itching humors swellings pirn pies boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af fecting throat or bonesmucou8 patches cancer swellings persistent pimple or warts BBB makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eiuption awl stops all aches and pains Drul Its SI For Lien treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given until cured Bn B cures old d epse ted cases that refuse to heal under patent tiwdiclaesor doctors treatment BU- n composed ol puts botanic drugs and is the finest blood parifier in the world There are nearly 300 distinct varieties of dogs Dr WttJltctmCauTheir merit Js beyond question See ojir agent w clLt state office In theCtlIItMbltfkoil MHSOKKA C HART State Agent 27feblyr Dr Carter the retiring president of Williams College UM the post for twenty yers oM fetm Of RICK tPPIN HUXD t- IC wiHWtker pa fairly p rM with iw w alMilpf For wife hjr Lii Mi4dlw DO YOU WANT To sell your REATE TATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF1 GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may he able to help you Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly The University of Michigat is to teach shipbuilding Tic Royal Month and the Royal Disease esplciallymore so than to the scrofulous and consumptive Time progress of scrofula dur ing a normal October is commonly Irelt We never think of scrofula itt bunches cutaneous eruptions and wast ing of the bodily substancewithout thinkinc of the great good many suffer ers from it have derived from Hoods Sarsaparilla whose radical and perma nent cures of thisonp disease are enough to make it the most famous medicine in the world There Is 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 an serious and as much to be feared as its near relative consumption oct 0 1m Sir Thomas Lipton is saM to be a violin player of great skill Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimettof this place wnj stricken with partial paralysis and corn pletely lost the use of one arm andnide After being treated by an eminent physician for quite awhile without relief my wife recommended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it he is almost entirely cured Geo R McDonald Man Logan connty W partial use of this liniment It is mosf widely rhnnmaItlstnDuring the reign of Peter the Great leather money was in circulation in Kussia SOUSTHING NITvT They cure dandruff hair falling Mod ordinaryOIlhJ worldPeopleduced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and wonderful tohreaksntiefacdon 35cIiewhere to Introduce this artIcle Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notion in this paper Ad iecaturIllinoisThe Italian greyhound reputed to brrthemost symmetrical fall animal When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to Stockton Hagans drug store and get a free sample of UhauihorlainV Stomach and Liver Tablets One or two doses will make you welt They also cure bilious ness sick headache and coustipatioaoctOlm Only In tim temperat zone fl t e dog found perfect in courage antI ppeed Tetter SatIlb am and Ecasewa The intense itching andsmarting ci yedbySkin Otetawat Many very bad aeee a ve been permanently curea by H It js equally efficient for itching piles tmd t favorite teniedy for sore nipples c bands chilblains frost bite iTJhroiric aoe eye X etc per box 15 Caii SSHl1iPwder es juit wIahone aeeito when in bad cuDdidoe iisiIc bIod ptmrifier ud- y nhifog a y hot food bat uMdidiM aIM fce15w to tw ialoot a bortl iaprtow oocditloiii pr Ml PIt pso rI IRE PIKOAll the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at THEt QIIVV VU Q- I ULL CASH ST And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business rJHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans llfer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALLrr GOODS The new fall andwinter Fabrics are more beautiful this season thin ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I countyAnyoneeveryone however can reap results Bold type is impressive and inexpensive but it is the doing and not the saying that counts in the long run We are the pioneers of low prices in this city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi ness with the tenacity of bloodhounds and give to our customers and friends a harvest of Rich BARGAINS that will be long remembered Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain and figured Jaquads to the finest Imported Kerseys Our Golf Goods and heavy weight stuff for Pedestrian Skirts will be the talk of the town You can buy nice woolen dress goods from us as low as I4c per yd on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per yd Come early and take your pck Our Silks Dress Trimmings and Velvets are models of beauty All colors in Taffeta Silks good qualty as low as 49c a yd Our Dress Trimmings are brand new no dress is stylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the proper thing in Dress Trimmings OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Flan manyFallso low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodate cash buyers with bullion to back them can workmiracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming on goods this fall is all due to this cause L2UR SJ SHOESNever not permit prices goods Domestic Department naming prices Department that only but any prices else where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known the Domestic Department will found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and not a single good has been passed up before leto Our buyersBOOTS haue certainly made their money talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We offering good solid Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter wear at absolutely than they can 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 we had all and more too than our store could hold Come and Boot and Shoe up your entire family with less money than will cost to buy a pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our goods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every shoddy pair purchased from us The very best manufacturers represented in stock of Shoes We showing Ladies Heavy Course Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Mens Medium and Fine Shoes and Mens Course end Fine Boots Childrens Shoes of all kinds all at prices that a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where we knock em out Competition found to take a back seat when they butt up against our Clothing Stock buyers went up against the Clothing market just like there never would be any more clothing to buy they couldnt help they made offers for stack upon stack of clothinfi for cash down and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought at own price You get for just about onehalf what it would cost you in regular houses Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Odd Vests Odd Coats everything to had in a first class clothing house being shown this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c up to our elegant suits creating quite a sensation Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 are as good as can bought for 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and Boys prices from 55 to SS50 and 1250 worth double the price afked for them prices coats will a treat to everybody and them Mets BISS mi Tubimit kir x This is banner department We are showing all the new stylus in Jackets and Wraps the short Jackets the threequarter lengths the long 42inch Jackets are all to be seen here Castors Browns Oxfords and Tans are the leading colors this season buvers bought heavy in this department They closed out several eastern sample lots of new uptodate garments at prices that enable us to sell line Oloaksand upto date garments at about until these lots are cleaned up Jet in follow the crowd to the Busy lien Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can get a fit We are showing some elegant things in Skirts ladies The Pedestrian Skirt is the new skirt for season We have a beautiful line of them in all the new coloring and see them and save paying high prices for up to date Tailormade Skirts ourAvr AJWJJ j wv the prtty neW thingand won dering how we can afford to minnie such low prices on tlein Dont forget to take a peep our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We aro headquarters for these goods We are solo agents for m ca a eOS And have just received a large shipment of them in Ihe new styles Try an American Lady Corset and allIwant no other Will us to quote on in our Suffice it to say that we are in this not meet beat you will have Quoted YOU to be thing are less be in up it are our are and Boys and go are is Our but it our it and be are in are our be are Our on all be Call see sl our Our will half price line and for this Call into will CASH TALKSL OUR UNDERWEAR thinKAlnUndprwearOur fleecedlined Union Suits for Ladies and Children price 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Our Meus lloccedlined vests and pants price X yotrwaiitiniittE ARE showing many new novelties in our HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Our lu llerrisall upto date and our prices in Hosiery pleasing to you Our hildreus Hoiery is the best select we have ever had and our Misses anti Ladies Muse anti Mens Sox arc the tolksofthe town Call Rnd see them We are naming prices on Mens Punishing Goods Shirts Collars Neckwear Hoicery Handkerchiefs Gloves Suspenders Etc that looks we are giving them away Come and get your sh- iacrevVkftIttOUt Your Bowl We carry everything you want in small wares No lions etc Our buyers spent whole days in thin Notion Department and nothing new and pretty escaped theIr il eyes WA are showing numerous pretty new things iii Jewelry and Notions Cull and see them Blankets and ComfortsAre piled mountain Irish 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 AVe ore selling good 104 size White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink and borders for 4Sc each Our Comforts l un quhJftyYouset you up for housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow- Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them Cash always tnlksIf you pay cash you want to buy goods from merchants who pay cash for them and sell them for cash Then you dont pay for other peoples bad debts Your money talks U v OUR MOTTO UndcrtHiy Undersell Cash down when goods are delivered J WQnkingYQufor past patronage and cxteiidingto you an earnest invitation tocallan see us our your home yrhile Inlj ltrwe are very est 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old and has a greater premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living Benefits S562OOO Amount Placed In Reverse and Surplus S365OOO Anyone desiring an Investment yielding large returns during life thllo Company otters special advantage mn K SMITH BOWTUmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY IiMRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ey C E SMITH Pres F F BAIRD Sec and Treas L M WARE General Manager tI z Tne Jeff rsQn uranty Sure y Oo L JIncorporated A Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT the Market 3 The BEST because will make you the Most Money aatnpto Washington On It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 for I business on our 2 B Books A 4- c tJ t It reqjires LESS money to com ttJ t plete an Investment in The Jeffer t t son than in any other Company + t+ 41 4 4 J virtua1lyJ JJ1A trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson J1 HOME OF ICE P No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED 1886 QEOW MOEPI3Pres WW lUTE Vice Pres TflL MUTUAL LIrE INsunAN E 0 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Merri rether Becy Jos Fettun Tress Jas U Hteadman Medical Dlrectcr Uonry A Uodge Supt Agencies Kentucky Admitted Assets Dec 31 1900 J30187H X btIBPfUa Dee 31 1900 191869 13 Increase in Surplus J5097432 Income for 1900 779627 M Expenditures for 1900 SG49t3 60 Excess Income over expenditures 17tS H 94 Insnraice Ii force Becenfcer 31 1MtI6t4S54 oJI J H KENNEDY SpecialAgent 6maIYRICHMOND KY LAND STOCK AND CROP The0range Judd Farmer estimates the worlds crop at2 021000000 bushels against 2G20 000 O bushels lust ytar and the production of this country as 725 000000 bushels against lO000 000 bushels The export iu three months hnvo boon 0000000 bushels against 43000000 bufliels last yenr and the primary receipts 70000000 bushels laal year Jtobert Russell bought 72 205 pound hogs horn Rufus and Henry Vutiarsdall at e 40 a hundred also 30 from Morrih Ihirelkeldat tame price These were extra good hogs M r Russell also bought 100 hogs from other parties at 5K c to 5J c Harrodsburg Democrat The Danville Advocate says Chant s Catdwell sold Friday to Weil of Lex ington 75 head of 1 400 lb cattle at 5 23 per hundred S D GofT of Clark county eold to Weil Bros 55 head export cattle at 3 40 E S Bian of the same county sold to L Joseph a lot of export cattle to go the latter part of this month at 520More crab grass will be cut forhay in this county this year than ever before The scarcity of roughness for stock has made farmers save everything in sight and the crab grass crop will be harvest closer than ever Glasgow Times Ied The monthly crop report of the State Department of Agriculture showing conditions for the last week of Septem ber was issued Saturday by Commis sloner Nail The report is from 100 correspondents representing as many counties and shows an improvement crops duriug the month especially to bacco and hemp The general average on corn is reduced from 61 per cent in the last report to 59 per cent tobacco has advanced from 78 to 81 per cent and hemp from 80 to 102 per cent The report shows that only 59 per cent of the wheat crop raised has been soldchow Ing that the farmers are holding for bet pricesAt last week fat porkers sold at 7 and at Kansas City Sfi 65 This ie the highest pricn asked since 1893 when hogs were quoted at Indian apolis at 7 10 Win Simms of Paris has sold his fine 270acre farm near Stony Point to J H Bryant for 19000 This is one of the finest farms in Bourbon county Mode Nicoll of Lexington sold to 11 P Stevenson for W E Corey President of the Caniegie Steel Company Pittsburgh a handsome pair of harness horses for 5000 Paris Citizen At the public sale of Mrs Susan A Lee there was a large crowd present and good prices were realized Corn sold for a shock cows brought from 25 to 50 horses were knocked down at from W to 75 and everything else in about the same proportion- M J Murphy Co report the fol lowing courtday sales James Clay purchased from Jonas Weil twentylive head of fine cattle at 25 per head Joe Stuart has bought of Frank Bedford six teen head oi 945lbcattleat334 Win Woodford bought a bunch of 2yearol at Ic per lb There were 25 or 30 mules on the market but market was slow A S Thompson sold a pair of good mules at a fancy price Ray Cunning ham sold a mule at t1j There was a fair crowd in townParis News Beating All Records Whenever the American people find a thing of merit absolute genuine merit they appreciate it and never hesitate to make liberal use of it It is merit that accounts for tbe enormous sale ot Cas carets over six million boxes last year It is the best bowel and liver regulator in the world and sells at prices that suit everybody lOc 25c and 50c a box put up in tablet form and every tablet stamped C 0 C There is no waste Cascarets are easy to take and are sold by the makers under an abso lute guarantee to refund the money il Cascarets do not prove satisfactory A 50c box is enough for a whole months treatment for the worst case We urga every sufferer to give Cascarets an immediate trial The Center of Population Prof John A Miller and Prof W A Cogshall of Indiana Universitvrecent ly went to Columbus Iud to establish by astronomical measurement the point designated an the center of the population of the United States accord ing tothe last census The point sought it was found last night is on a farm owned by James Marr five miles south of Columbus and about onequarter mile north of the spot which had been supposed to be the center Astrono mically the spot lies at 39 degrees 9 minutes and 36 seconds latitude and 85 degrees longitude A new subsidy bill Is being prepared which will have the backing of the great ship building trust which has come Into existence since Congress ad journed and may become a law despite the fact that we built more ships last year than wo have I a any twelve months since the Civil War and that our shipyards arA now so crowded with work that they have to scamp their Govern ment contracts in order to fill their private orders AHENTiON To physical warnings will often prevent a serious illness Then there are oppressive fullness after risingsbelching dizzi ness nervousness with physical and mental sluggishness prompt atten tion the condition ofthe diges tive and nutritive sys tems Not all these symptoms will occur at once or in any single case but any one of them indicates a disordered condition of the stomach and other organs of diges thou and nutrition A prompt cure of these conditions will be effected bIthe timely use of Dr Golden Medical Discovery It heals dis eases of the stomach cad other organs of digestion and nutrition perfectly Manydiseases mote from the stomach have their in a diseased condition of the organs of and nutrition Golden Medical Discovery cures through the originInhence diseases of liver lungs heart and other organs are cured by use of the Discovery It contains no alcohol neither opium cocaine or other narcotic It is a true temperance medicine Accept no substitute for Golden Med elsejustCI was a total wreck could not sleep or ert rawrdcoidoctors but received very little beaeaH J lost gooldaysk4dtMteaIsbetthiDr Pier a Htasant ftUeu CMC essi TMJ4elICItAL siiH- arness Ton can make your haz ness M Kft aa a glove byInose Oil can lengthen IU lifemake It last twice as long as it ordinarily would EUREKAHarness znakesapooriooklnx bar ness like new of pure heavy bodied oU es pecially prepared to withstand the weather Sold eveTywhere in esniU glass lade bj STANDARD OIL C Bryans New Home Lincoln Spec to New York World October was the seventeenth anni versary of the marriage of William J Bryan and Lis wife and also the four teenth anniversary of their arrival in Lincoln They celebrated the event by laying the corner stone of a Sue house they propose to erect on the Hryan farm in the southeastern suburb of NormalThe house at No 1G25 D street the Mecca of so many Democrats in years past is apt to be sold and all of the family effects removed to the farm The uite chosen for the house is on a high knoll overlooking the city Mr Bryan will merely potter about the place the actual farming being lone by a hired man lIe expects to live the remainder of his days in this rural retreat DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They are safe prompt gentle effective in removing purities from the liver and bowels Small and easyto take Novergripe or distress PERRY THOMAS Whatever else it has demonstrated the Schley court has shown conclusive ly that the junior officers of our fleets did not give loyal service to him Near ly every government witness placed on the stand so far has confessed to grave dereliction of duty in failing to inform the Admiral of information highly essential to the success of our arms It is curious that the Navy Department never discovered this before C M Phelps Forestilale Vtsayshis child was completely curedof a bad case of eczema by the use of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of all counterfeits It instantly relieves piles PEUUY THOMAS The slagnnter of Company C Ninth infantry en the island of Samar turns out to have been a massacre The as sault was led by the presidents of the town claiming to be friendly The bodies of the victims were saturated with kerosene and burneJ and Other wise utilatod Fortyfive bodies were found and seven are still not acconnted for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is not a mere nature It affords the stomach complete and absolute rest by digesting the food you eat You dont have to diet hut can enjoy all the KOllolDvspopsiaCure feeling after eating giving you new life and vigor PERRY THOMAS Mothers every where praise One Minute Cough Cure for the sufFerings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones it has saved Strikes at the root of the trouble and drows out the inflammation The childrens favorite Cough Cure Fanny THOMAS Those who wish to change the name of the Protestant Episcopal Church to that of the Catholic Church of America may be within their rights historical and otherwise but they will certain ly cause much confusion in the minds of most people if carried out Catholic has utterly lost its early moaning of universal so far as common use is concerned We have received from the Groom Music Company Steinway Hall Chicago several professional copies of tfieir late muster This company is putting out some good pieces both vocal and instrumental and will gladly examine authors manuscripts with a view to their publication It sets song words and poems to music on a basis that pays a good profit to the author Lord Kitchener has added to the gaiety of nations by issuing orders for bidding his Light mobile columus to carry harmoniums pianos sofas cook ing langes etc around the country with them But consider the condition of an army where such orders are ne cessary The British now hold 137619 Boers mostly women and children as pris oners in the concentration camps During August there were 2315 deaths among these amounting to over 28000 a year or one fiith of the total number confined And this is war as waged by a great Christian power A number of Republicans ate oppos big tariff concessions on sugar to Cuba because they might injure the beet sugar industry These men who now profess such solicitude for the northern farmers are the same who have not lift ed their hands to protect his southern brothers Judging from time evidence for time prosecution which alone has so far been submitted the worst the court can adjudge against Schley is au error of judgment in regard to the adequacy of his coal supply On every other point the evidence of his foes has acquitted him We prefer to believe that the sentry- at the McKinley tomb was suffering from a bad attack of nerves rather than to credit the story he tells of an attempt to destroy it Even anarchists would be unlikely to attempt such a timing The new view advacced by high protectionists is that their system isneces sary in order to enable our tnanufac lurcrs to sell abroad cheaply enough In other wonlswo are to pay more for what we buy in order to enable foreign ers to pay loss For our partvwe have no objection to raise to Mr Adilicks declaration that ho will be a candidate for the Senate as long as he lives We dont mind him as a candidate nearly BO much as we should as a Senator All thinwt cousidere the Americas Cup is now in moro danger than it baa ever been before If Lipton wins it we shall feel satisfied in its going to one who has ehown himself such a true sportman We enter an earnest protest against tho Attempt of tbellepubllcan p rfy to make political capital oqt ot tIme detll- oPceideAt McKinley Nearly eyr ieeehm as4e by the tt ItJ r Shows co- naIusivelTthbiy1Mteud wau this A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sun AH doctors have tried to cure CA TARRH by the nan of powtlern avid gases mhulurs and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucuous membranes causing them to cmzk open ami bleed Tho powerful ncM used in time 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once It is no ordinary temedvi but a complete treatment which is positively anyformdirections which accompany each pack age Donc delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive specialadvice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to yon beyond the regular price cf SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on recript of Ono Dollar Address DeptC 959 ED WIN R GILES COMPANY 2X10 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr To Teachers and Others I represent one of time largest wholesale bonk concerns in America and can furnish school and private libraries with books at less than publishers price Any book published can be ordered through me It Lee Davis Richmond Ky 2t General Corbin him suddenly remem bered that two brevets were recommended for Theodore Roosevelt a year or two ago and strangely overlooked in one of his pigeon holes How many more volunteers has he forgotten Of course we are glad to have learn ed hy actual experiment that we van raise a 200000000 surplus when we need it but we shall be more pleased when we cease to raise it when we do sot need it Corporations are controlled by law and by competition But when they grow so powerful that they crush out competition only law remains and that should be made strong enough to take place of bot- hItepreselitive Hull who was snubbed at Manila returns smith says that the war there is overprovided we continue to ignore the antislavery and anti polygamy parts of our laws O W Miller who it is charged em bezzled 100000 of the funds of the city of Sacdusky 0 was captured In Ha vanna and will be brought back for trial Admiral Evans testified before the Court of Inquiry as follows Du Schley iltm Schley dn Schley I I If he said anything else we didnt notice it At Owensboro in order to provide for a large church debt 20 young men have insured their life for 2000 each on the 10 payment life plan in favor of the church Whon the United Slates collier Era tus arrived in New York from Manila recently it was flying a homeward bound pennant 278 feet long Somebody has been trying to prove that Andrew Jackson was descended from royalty Can not even out great est men escape such imputations Mr Shaffers explanation is studied with nearly as much attention ta the misleading prophecies of the Weather BureauPUBLIC SALE Of Bank Stock I will as Administrator of the estate of E E Mitchell on- t OCTOBER 12th J90J In front of the Court House doorln Richmond Ky atS oclock pm sell at public outcry 6 shares of stock in the Madison National Bank of Richmond Ky This stock will be Bold on a credit of six months purchaser to give bond with approved secUrlt71 bearing Interest from day sale red purchaser canpay cash without interest oct22t W L CRUTCHER AdmrI HALF FARE TO Minneapolis Minnn October 9 U and J3 From points in Central Passenger As- soclationrerritory October 7 8 JO and 12 From points in Southeastern Passenger Association Territory Tickets good to return by deposito until October 31 on account of First 20th Century Missionary Convention of Christian Church VIA Big Four Rout Trains leave Cincinnati from Central Union Station dallv 880 a in and 830 p nr and djiily except Sunday 1220 p 1lrainsQf Lit iN Q C O and H 0 S W enter the Central Union Station Cincinnati where direct connection is made with the Kig Four avoiding transfer across city Organized parties will leave Cincin nati at 1220 in ThursdayJ Octobnr 10 iu specialcoachmes and rerUnig Jchair cars rutininK through to Minne apolis wlthoutchanca of cars Call on or write Agents Rig Four for full information circulars of the Exposition etc sIj1 WARREN LYNCH W PfP- GalPasskTt Aji A 6ilTAt-L lIotItMn AftG c ti fZ4R TTM 1uit UugsTs A DIAMOND GALVANIZED TEEL WINDMILLS TOWERS Ht trt r f M k laaSi MIULRUST DUST SAND SLEET ANDR AN PRQTECTE p ttssTOWIB DEOUKf wI4iit snammrsiniagItp4tt4IIIQIJIII uveets iv v 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tmrtitr of travel throughout the LfHitoksiK Purchase It is the main traveled road thrOHjh the West Of its gOW ralletj si road 5060 mileaare main ruk IiueWMKAW LW WAKRTY P A 416 VIa IK U IA 0ItI1 ZLLWWZ LMie 8a M5API r MILWAUKEE PEOPLE Could Hardly BelleTO It A Prominent Woman SaTed From Death by Lydia EPInkli4ms Vegetable Compon4a- I DUB HMo PISKHJIK 1 suppose a large number of people who read of my remarkable mire hardly believe it had I not experienced it myself I know that I should not t IH IWIIRS SADIE J KOCH MI suffered for months with troubles peculiar to women which gradually broke down my health and my very Ilfe 1 was nearly insane with pain at times and so human skill I consulted in Milwaukee could bring me relief II My attention was called to Lydia E Plnkliams Vegetable Com pound the first bottle brought relief and the second bottle an absolute cure I could not believe it myself and felt sure it waa only temporary but blessed fact I have now been well for a year enjoy the 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