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TTiit1E RICHMOND CLIMAXr VOLUME 28 KICHMND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1901 irtshowsthrCJuJh NUMBER 24 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrOsNZY gWM1A- TroaNTLTtAW RICHMOND KBMTDCKT Office n the Burnara Building next door to armerB National Bank feb3ly SULLiv A fA ATTOKNEVATLAW KICHMOND KENTUCKY oOlfie over State Bank l Trust Co opposite Jonrt House on Main Street JOD M OllI NAULT1ATTORNEYS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KKNTUCKY t6r1llleo Olr Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN3ELLOR AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY eyOffice over Thurman Giocety CoTpanyC P2TSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON- PlnSICIASLlVD SURGEOloS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olfice in the toe Ocilint building IS and to Sec rD Street ore Vnue old druntore 17 rIBS C HOOKER 1 ETERTNARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty aOffice at my table on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly II C JASPER M D Medicine arfd Surgery Oflice Prather Huilding Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on llread way RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D GW PHYSICIAN AND SOBQEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STJEOERT t3r- DErI8T 1aette ODS t OP LOUISVILLE Ky irOfflce next door to Government Building RichraSod Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to norl7ly DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday November 13 f Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial ji1B n1B lvuill DInDP rJ llPflB11ij1 The 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 test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with Wnit AND Giosnn Page Wire Fence And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads oil hand at all tin us Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for pixie J T COY Klrksvllle Ky 6 cce- L Lh p 1 0 jgJC s PJ tj c g JI f III g r1t0 1 9 I I I S Y nY c tt rp 4rIro e rJEWELRVi L1CS OCl O The largest stock in central Kentucky will be fc und at VICTORBOGAERTSStore For repairing SplitSecond and Swiss Watches also s t Diamond Setting and fine 1 Jewelry Work done by 44 Expert Workmen I also make a specinliy of MEDALS flciigiilugHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR HEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 B KY13rebly JAPA ES- Epu CURJltweBoxeslkeftnepruVlththekfllteor tellFC3UXUCZthlll terrible di3cc Wo Pct n Wrlt1CI forlenctI7weQcjoaU BosCONSTIPATION ictJ EEGrThATOIcudlo take eipeclallT ncUptod tor childrens lire 60 tcpJpaiicetFor gale br Stockton Hasan Drujcisti MIIa JJU3Tiiwfli Successor to J W Azbil fay M aoi Sals Italib mVISE ST NEARMETUODIST CIIUECH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27ly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs i- nWcuil 1 Jr TTJ JjJJreJr for Summer and Fall trad- eComprising cs many t- t pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices are Just Right We invite you to call and look at our stock arid 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 17J nlf PHONE 75 1L f SOUTHERN RftlUAY ON KENTUCKY Csdsu4 SeVtdii Is te ot lay to itoa 13TBOUKD No L No 5 No3- Lv uUvlUo 74Sam 400pm 743pia Ar SheIbyvIlle910an Cl3pm 905pm Ar Lnrencebg960am BSSpro B45pra Ar Versailles 1016am ef1pm IttOtpm- AT Lexington 1045am 715pm 103opm WESTBOUND NO II No 2 NO 4 Lv Lexington 73Uam 425pm 15aa Ar Versailles7t5am 02pm 6Siam- Ar Larencebg 820am 65pin ri3am Ar Sbelbyvillcl0am 815pm tSOam- ArLouUTllle iq 0am 740im 7SOaa miSTBOCTMD WK3TSOU p No 11 No ILt tTATloifS lNoiaiNolt 400pm 7Sam LT Ixiulsvll Ar 740pm IttWam tSptn 1000am Lv LarncbrirAr i30pm SLIOaia TlSpm ia43am ArHarodsbgLT 440pm 720am TSUpm 10S5om Ar JunrlnLiT 430pm Tltaa lASTBOCHO WKTBOUSD INo7iitNoeL400pm TWpm 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Ba Z- I A Lost Type Oh for a glimpse of a natural boy Ahoy witlV a freckled facn Whh forehead white ueath taiiRltd linEr iAnd liinbs devoid of gincp 1 Whose fret toe in whilo his elbows fire alwaysWhoYou givo him a word of praise A boy whos Irtru with an appetite Who seeks the pantry shelf to eat hillJllet with resounding smack Who isnt gone on himself A bpYholleWho knows tho use of rod and gun And where the brook trout splash Its true hell sit in the easiest chair With his hat on his tousled head That his hands and feet are every where For youths must have room tonprcad nut he doesnt dub his father old man Nor deny his mother call Nor ridicule what his elders say Or think that he knows it all A rough Drill wholesome natural boy Of agool oldfashioned clay Oil blesa him if hes htl lon earth Ior hell make a mnVr ilino day Detroit Free Press I Goebel a 41trIayo I heard VF Grayor the assistant auditor tcllsn pretty titory of Uooljel which has never betIi in print and w lich GoeLei himself was fond of tell lngWhen tho lamented victim of rllyltfjid Powers assassins was a Ittleboy inCincinnati his father put him in a j tvelry store to learn the trade Connected with the shop was a diminutive negro boy who served in the capacity of porter Both boys hated their work and spent a great deal of time reading and studying frequently exchaglng books they had bought with their uieagro funds After a time they separated and Goenle never saw the jewelers porler for 20 years One day the Senator was walking down a street in Frankfort when he was accosted by the principal of the colored schools of this city and was asked if bereinetnbeied young Mayo whoiwas formerly porter in a Cincin nail jewelry store Goebel said he remembered him well and would like very much to see him again yell said Prof Mayo am that boy and I have watched your political career with great interest i am proud to have been assoeiated with you in boyhood and proud that the poor jewelers apprentice has become the greatest and ablest man in all Ken tucky Senator Goebal thanked tho professor heartily and assured him that he was pleased to know that the jewelers por ter had become so prominent in the upbuilding of his race They were afterwards fast friends and today Prof Mayo cannot speak of Mr Will as he fondly called Goebel witTiout emotion and sadness Murrav Ledger A Monster Tank Thirty mechanics are busily engaged in putting up a monster steel tank in the Raglan oil field in Hath county This tank will have n diameter of 114 feet 7 inches and be34 feet 10 inches high Its capacity will he 56620 bar rels The owners of this big oil recep tacle am Oufley Galley of Pittsburg the largest producers outside of the Standard Oil Company and strongcom pelitors ofthat great corporation It will take 20000 feet of lumber to build the support for tho sheet iron roof that rovers the tank The total cost will be 30000 This heavy expenditure on the part of experienced oil men is proof positive of the great value of the Rag land oil field A large quality of nitro glycerine is now being assembled on the ground and within a mouth the process of shouting allof the wells put down by the Sit Sterling Oil Company in that territory will beuin There were four wells shot early in the summer and the reiull in each instance was highly sat isfactory If the remainder of thn wells come lu equally as well after shooting it is said that GuUey Galey will take over the property anil leases of this Mt Sterling Company at a hand some figure The building of the bl6 tank sLave referred to meats the cot atiuulion of a pipe line to Salt Lick the nearest station on tho C O lailroad Mt Sterling Gazette Wonder whether Teddy fed Lookcr on wters and possum C Every woman In the country ought to know ab- outM4ers rrleoo Those who do know about itwonder how they ever got along without it It has robbed child birth of its terrors for many a young wife It has preserved her girlish figure and saved her much suffering It is an external liui ment and carries with it therefore upsettingtheally are apt to do It ii to be rubbed into th abdomen to soften and strengthen the muscles which are to beartho strain This means much less It also reveuts morningfleknesand all of the pregtiaricy saysIf Mothers Friend and have never known aa instance where k has failed to produce the good result clalniedforitA nt lady of Lam myCmtfrom 24 td 30 hours After using mysevouthwtiotia CW Kothers PrchUltedrac wr8UO ii bottle 1 IfttATOICO1UIiIU W4k fur pee i r SlIver Coins Tampered With The New York suittreasury has ask ed the aid of the Washington Secret Service Bureau in running down those persons who are responsible for th jflnod of light weight silver dollar aid 53 cut pieces recently discovered n that city The method eni ployed by the operators is unique lint in effect ii is similar to the sweating of jod coins once bo common with the addi tion that the silver colon are plated When lightened the coins retaining their original appearance are again placed in cirvuhiUun requiring a train ed eye and experienced touch lo discover that they have been tampered with After n bit of wear and tear money undergoes the coins which have been operated upon reveal their lightness at once and as n result are refusedac ceptance It is not permissible for this government to redeem the coins al their face value and of course heir intrinsic worth Is much less than llif amount for which they have passed current Electroplateis who make II specialty of silveiware use bar silver for thijtr purpose In place of the crude metal it is explained several smaller firms have utilized sliver rains of the half and dollar denomination and having obtained from them a deposit of silver upon the article which is being plated having used the money again In its face valun By this oper atiou they gain the cost of tho slyer used in plating and as coin metal in practically pure they are able to put a finer and more expensive finish upon the goods than if honest method were employed with bar metnl f ANTITOXIN PoEt SttlXK luSKASE fromStatesUDeVsuxments and study succeeded in isolating the true SerumAntitoxin Uver400OftIsaved by this remedy lions treated with the higherpriceThe Company guarantees that the injection of aboluteiypreventwill areat least fS percent In case of failure refundedofhogsOne ounce vial sufficient for six hops 100 ChemicalCompany2laprly Almost Wealthy cIonce build nearly a half million dollars buLl am a poor man Udiy aul All Davis Clerk of the Board of Aldermen yesterday afternoon as he squeezed the eagle on a 20 gold piece It was duruisr the war said Mr Davis that I found 100000 stored away in a dry goods box here in Louisville Rich Velltliere were not ten men in Louisville that had as much money I was crazed with delight and began to build castles in my minds eye right away But soinethinc told me to examine that money and I did What do you suppose it was It was con federate money and a thousand dollar bill was worth just about 100 Hut I held on to em and in course of time I sold the entire lot for 10 a hundred But say that was a pretty narrow escape wasnt II Had the war turned out differently I would have made some fellow rich without working for it Courier Journal A Physician Testifies 1 have taken Kodol Dvspcpsia Cure and have never used anything in my didsaysCountyHall county Oa Beine a physician I givelieremain1 undigested in your stomach It decays there and poinons the system You can prevent this by dieting hut that tneans starvation Kodol lyppec ala Cure digests what you eat You need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation The worst eases quickly cured Never fails IERKY THOMAS Gay is Champion Jake D Gay of Pine Grove is now the champion trapshooter of the State lie won the handsome silver cup emblem ltic of the championship at Fountain Ferry Park last Saturday 4n Louisville lie tied with Sam Hutch ings of Louisville and in till shootofT killetl five straights and Hutchings two Reliable and Gentle A puTtinllsay8JIie saw nut there are pills and pills You want a pill which w certain thorough and Ken LittleElltly thtobowelsorate Small and easy to take IKBBY and THOMAS The liepublirana are once more pro posing to retire this greenbacks and contract tile curency by the amount of their value Why not The ICtpnbli can party is run by the trusts and tim millionaire corporation to say nothing about Wall Street and therefore all of its masters are perfectly willing to make money ecarceand thereby raise the rate of interest What dp they care fur the small fry borrower so hiingirs he is fool enough to vototheir Moket at elections He can do what he pleases between times On a western train going out Tram CIncinna0 last week there were horses having it1ilue ff 000 They were Cre ceu8the greatest trotting horfe in this world whose owner George li Ketchein refused an offer of 000t0 for him and 30 imfOrlfid French horses aiul coach stallions haying a market value of 100000 The latter swept the platter at the PanAlnerican and are to make a tour of the western cities As we come toward the Christmas holidays larger space in the magazines is given tofiction The Cosmopolitnn includes a tragic story of the Mexican foothills by Thomas A Janvier a OarolynWellsJolleof bv lUcliard Le jallieuue an unusually interesting Indian narrative by 1IlGeorge and a weird story by S It Crockett As erltllceoJhe advaiice In culture in the jltltt few yare it may Iii- pointel1out thatWaehtlLvellJWhA ltyed tofDetlnt Jsfoaml1could ttp ak loin 36 Mta gwMUlttt know a s3iigl tljtjbIJ J Balnus If Monkeys AivelIall happylots- of fun That is the regular report from the monkey cage cf Barnums Circus ever sinceI the keepers began dosing the monkeys with Scotts Emul sion Consumption was carry ing off two thirds of them every year and the circus had to liuynewories One day a keeper accident ally broke a bottle of Scotts Emu1near the monkey cage and the monkeys eagerly lapped it up from the floor This suggested the idea that it might do them good Since then the monkeys have received regular doses and the keepers report very few deaths from consumption Of course its cheaper to buy Scotts Emul sion than new monkeys and that suits the circus men Consumption in monkeys and in man is the same disease If you have it or are threaten ed with it can you take the hint representstheEmulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle Send for Irtesample- SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and i all druggists Lead and Zinc Lead and zinc deposits have been struck in encouraging quantities on rat Dolans farm six miles from the city on the Bethel pike Mr Dolan has suukri shaft sixty feet and is inn tigating the zinc of the veins Some of the samples ojcliihlted have a fair amount of zinc in them and if tile veins prove sufficiently largo to warrant mining this industry will be inaugura tedBoth lead and zinc have been struck in different sections of Central Ken tucky in the last few years and the ores have been mined at one or two placed with success Mr Dulan who is a conservative on such subjects does not kiipw just what success he may have in netting zinc in good quantities and therefore is not doing much talking at present However be is investigating without delay and intends to make the most of his find- Specimens snbmited to officers of the Kentucky Experimental Station were pronounced to contain zinc in fair quantities hut the size of the vein will be the only thing todetormine whether or not it will pay to attempt to mine it Lexington Leader A Special Offer To introduce it quickly into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week fur the months including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 edits silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marion Reedy cou tania the best independent pulical arti eke stock and financial articles dra matic criticism bookreviews and gen oral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you For sale by all newsdealers Five ceiits a copy 2 per year Write fur cample copies TIlE MIRROR Lseplf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INGENIOUS TREAT3IENT BY WHICH DltUNKAKUS AUK BEINO CURED DAILY IX SlITK Ol1 TI1EJ1 SELVES Xu Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A 1lcasant ana 1iisilivo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease nnd riOt weakness A body tilled with puisonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant tiseof intoxicat ing liquorsrequires an antidote capable of IOutraliziiiK and eradicating this poison nnd destroying the craving for intoxicants SniTeiiers may now cure tlieiiibolvtf at home without publicity or loss of time from businnss hv ilns wonderful HOME GOLU CURE which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of accorihIligLuery is positively guaranteed to ours the iiuiKt obstinate rase no mutter how ha rd a drinker Our records ehow the marvelous trausformatiou of thousands of Drunkards into soDer industrious and upright lien WIVES CURE YOUR BUS BANDS riiHiDUEN CURE YOUR 1ATHEKS This remedy specificfordevised ami prepared that it if thoroughly soluble and pltrasnnt to the taste so it can be pi veil in a cup ol tea orcu1ra without the know dge of the nn taking it TIuuiRands ol Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and tmulo taui perate men by having the CUKU administered by loving friends and ida tives without their knowledge in coffer or tea and believe today that they lisuontiiiued drinkingof their own freewill lO NOTWAfl To notbede titled by atparent and misleading im provement Drive out the disease at once for all time The HOMB nmelybowpricowithin reach of everybody trentUMni more effoctual than others costing 25 to 50 Full directions accompany ecn packAfw Special itCh by skilled phivakihirita when requeued wHhoatex prtofleAdiU H P ot C SImI KDWII I- jiitjM MPNY2CJand 283t M rk t f et triqltvconOlEontilll LATE STATE NEWS Oil fever in Clinton county Is on the increase A great many wells will be sunkAt Versailles Robert Hall a 17 yeai old negro buy was acquitted for nitir deriug his uncle Edward Hull The Court of Appeal adjourned Sat urday to allow the Judges and filllcers to tro home to vote Court will con vene again tomorrow Tho five men charged with the mur der of Deputy Sheriff CofTuv were ar raigned at Ilopkinsvillo and the eases set for November 11 Mrs Leslie Collins of Frankfort is being tipped as an entry in the race for Enrolling Clerk in the Senate Mrs Collins is well known as a writer of verse Lexington is to take active steps to Secure the location of one of the new army posts to be established by the United States Government The Cham ber uf Commerce has taken up the mutter The October term of the Voodford Circuit Court convened at Versailles Monday Judge Cantrill was absent on account of eickness and Judge Field M Leod was elected as special Judge by the Lar- A the result of a dispute over fouie hogs W T Barton shot and killed Lawrence IJobereon at Hickman Barton hunted up the Sheriff and gave himself up lie claims that the shout lug was in selfdefense The body of lohn Farley aged CO of Wolf Creek was found on the mountain side near liti home with the head tevered This condition of the body Indicated that a tree had fallen on him and beheaded him Will Jett a wholesale liquor dealer of Jackson was shot and very serious ly wounded by Kelly Man Jett was engaged in a fight with Mocker John Howard when he wis shot by Man who was attempting to shout Howard This Lancaster Commercial Club n order to augment its treasury will gii o an entertainment November 21 in which an old fiddlers contest will be the chief feature The old tune handlers of the bow from any see tion of the State can enter the lists The Jft Vernon Signal says that V P Freeman has brought suit against Sparks Williams for 10 000 for al leged ne lisonce in placing a stick of dynamite in a boiler which exploded breaking his leg and for fi 000 against Dr J M Williams for improperly set ting his leg Suns Estes n negro was lynched by a small mob at Hodgenviile early Thursday morning The negro was taken from the Jailer but broke away from his captors His body was riddled with shot and then hung to the topmost steps of the court house The mob quietly dispersed When Circuit Court convened in Somerset Monday tam McClendon walked in and surrendered to the Slier Sir saying that he had killed Robeit Johnson a prosperous young farmer That was the first that was ever know of the killing McClendon first claimed lie killed Johnson in selfdefense and then said it was accidental lie was promptly indicted Were School Mates Despite the published statement of that young mountain conspirator Ca leb Powers that lie never went to schoolwith B S Calvert a member of the jury which tried and convicted him lust week it is nevertheless a fate t and a fact proven by olliuial reconlH that Caleb Powers did go to school with the aforesaid Calvert They were both students at Ihe State College in 1807 antI how Powers could have said that he was not a college mate of I al vert in a mystery The records are at the State College and any of the worshipers ot the young mountain conspirator are welcome to look at them It will be remember that after the verdict had been returned that Juror Calvert made the statement in whch he said that he was a college mate of Powers and lint personal admiration for him hut that the evidence was so strong that he was bound to vote for his conviction As soon fes this was published Powers made a statement in which he bald that he was not a schoolmate of Calverts and attempted to discredit the juror But the facts are in evidence ned Caleb will have to explain ainLexlngtou Democrat A Typical South African Store 0 It Larson of hay Villa Sundays River Jape Colony conducts a store typical of touth Africa at which can be purchased alijtlilni from the pro verbial needle to an anchor This store initituatcd in a valley nine millS from this nearest railway station und about twentyfive miles from Jim near est town Mr Larson say Iinn favored with the custom of farmeiw within a radius uf thirty miles to man of whom I have supplied Chamber lains remedies All testify to their value in a household where a doctors advice is almost out of the questii Within one who of my store this popu lation is perhaps sixty Ot these within the past twelve months uo less than fourteen of these have been absolutely cured ny Chamberlains toUgh Rome dv This must surely he a record For sale by Stockton Haxau Qoct 1 in Another Proof That it Pays What pay Why advertising in this paper We are just in receipt of a letter from the makers of Caecjreta calling Httentiun to hia fact that within QVH yearn the tfaleR have grown fiom itiiihing to MX millinti boxes a year We are pleated mine than plessl d to learn of this because wu have carried the advertising durinif hat tiinn and it goes to show If you KAVU an article of re rl uieiit like Ca c retM ailvn tise properly and liberally and lot lithe people know about it and itfa sure to bring big results To our readers who have never tried this famous remedy we wt respectfully urge a trial bec- aMe IH this busy every dv lifeOr atwe weRll ue deomethriff HOW ad thfeii to MlpnAtnrontl there ia no trJMdiei8 in the world than Gsa etto sttiuulaka time JftutH aeX- ettt7 It 541 twiurmlir Into tMujthjr IK oi ttrfl A r lce Comniiseiowir H r1ow MOM like Mieklejohn Wta8boen mocb wrpriced hs resignation 7f Do You Know That Buggies and Carrl agua are from 3 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have rood selection on onr floor You save money by buying nowand T T r LOUIS GUS STRAUS t Great Fall Sale t CLOTHINGGREATEST SALE OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING C EVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY c Boys School Suits 49c 1 49 2 2 50 andup Mens Fine Cassimere Suits 2 99 and 3 99 FancySuits j regular price i 50 00 98 Centsis than Cost We have just Fall importations in our Tailoring Jve to show you the best and most line these Kentucky department is who will be to j of ot STORE HEADQUARTERS IN LEXINGTON LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Rubber IAtn To Whom It- May ConcernN- otice Is hereby then that I as Trustee of John W BronstoD em not responsible for any contracted by him and wilt not pay same He Is a minor and all parties dealing with him do so at own risk J B WRITE Oct 211901 Trustee of John W Bronston 2Soctlw I dinner tlmr linT Y J l I OILCOJ d tixneLiagoodj CADLJLI Tbty give a light thata rich and brll No odori Many Bold everywhere t 2 Beauties j For AIL J J1thatJt Our Floral Decorations are beauties We possess sod rsctice the uiete5sa- TI KNOW mar rangthg Each order if receives our personal a- tC tentlonJ1 J- 1J LEXINGTON KY t hENRY L PERRY Bells Flowers go Everywhere 6retaest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX j And The OHIO FARMER 0 Both One Year I For f 1 5O- p Tho OHIO FARMER 0 is best live stock market and home weekly joiiniaUB flue country inembftr of funnily to make Ihefar home happy Itht8Opages every week of f n 24 pagis MoIIt pint p and roliahl market rfporte Largest praeWcR- litditor fisH rMnterf- No wide Iktl farrnpr jirmlItAddseas Co 1RiehtniondKy- I cf Ii lttJ quititcost mort another leason price of materials are going p K1 ttge Mi John Donelson Prop Opening Mens Black Clay Wor sted Suits 4 99 The largest and line Suits every shown in Kentucky from thet celebrated firm of Alfred Benjamin Co N 300 dozen Shirts and 2 now Which less received our Department- and are ready largest complete of goods in This in charge of Richard Shryock glad show you our line MAKE OUR YOUR WHEN GENTS debts their hn f ttHunt trIes HOW tg- tc CLEVELAND Cleveland the agricultural For the Ittollaluiw l- pAyail the con MlUAlMtfr udlOfICJf wlILwlt4p Climax finest of Y JPeoples FriendI- s he who sells good poods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron Beds Folding Beds Rockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs + + + i ++ 4 + + + +4 + Everything TAT0S + + + s+4 f4f+ + 4f 4f Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Stsf RICHMOND Iuly31lr KENTUCKY I WALLPAPERSLARGEST CENTRAL KENTUCKY OUR MidSummer CUT PRICES are now in full force Onefourth to onehalf off The finer the goods the bigger the discounts Good papers from 3c on up in price Window Shades 10 15 20 and25c to the finest handmade andwe make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for 110 pure Linseed Oil and Jfe White Lead at factory prices freight added Largest stock of Picture Framing materials in the State Vewihi fram your pictures in up to late money Dont forget that von will hyhang+ + + + ++ GEO M WILLGING Manufacturer of sill kinds of Paints Paints for flIt kinds x of purpoes Each specific Paint for specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY f WHY NOT BUYYTHE BEST No75S- tanding Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage mad especially for one horse We alse make a full llae cf High Orade Vehicle aad Haraeas Send flJ Catalogue aied Price List COSMO CARRIAGE CO OleritRoek Pa 23 tcpt6in F CALLATQr EH The Richmond Climax C CHKNAULT President ManftgerROBT8CUOWE WEDNESDAY NOV C 1001 rUBUSUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated A Regular Landslde o1 Maian DemocraUCOi IOvir 5Mity1F- ull County and City Ticket Overwhelm = ingly Elected Democrats Get 5 Out of 8 Magistrates McCREARY CERTAIN OF THE SENASORSHIP Biggist Victory in YearsAnd Thats Why Our Rooster is Crowing so Loud Today Republicans Will Please Go Way Back and SitDown Who frowod dat thick Now wont you Republican be good Hurrah for Democracy and Old MadisonThe leaders are plaintive ly asking where are we at Who said John Wagers wouldnt win His majority is only 502 lIon 0 L Searcy leads the ticket defeating Uncle Bill Harris by 535 Tevis Oobb knocked the chestnut burrs out of Grant Lillys hair to the tune o416 Wilkoy Baxter wasnt in it with popular Jim Allman whose majority for Chief of Police is 212 Senator Gpo T Farris is reelected by over 300 in the counties of Garrard Lincoln Boyle and Casey lIon Elzi Million fund judge Tur pin was not Coy after all Judge Turpius majority is nearly 500 There never was anything like it It was the largest Democratic majority in the history of Madison county Richmond will have a Democratic Mayor as well as a Democratic City Council Tevis majority over Roberts is 105 Low the Fusion candidate for Mayor of Greater New York wins by 25000 defeating Shepherd the Tammany candidateOld candidate for Asses sr George Noland beat John W Moore the Sour Woods entry for Assessor by 4G2 In the language of Casabiancawhere oh where is George Young Jolly Jim Lackey knocked his blocks from under him by 440 majority which is a plenty Madison Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer nil f which went Kepub CiFBfowerCDi LEXINGTON KY i If Its of Furniture ThinkofThe of Leather oIlothchilds maxim all through his life was Get the Best It was not merely the maxin of a rich man but It was crys talizsd wisdom of a successful man To apply it to Library Furni lUre means to get leather up liolsterecl furniture And to apply It to leatherup holstered furniture means to l buy our sort of leather furni ture Gracefully large and delightfully easegiving chairs couches most comfortable j most durable and upholstered aa we upholster J Dining room Chairs too ifost correct patterns on show now Prices as desirable as the Furn iture ia durable C1F1BroerCo1tAIN rKJMOJOIf I-Yj tNI1 1W OFFICIAL BALLOT MADISON COUNTY 1901 pThEOINGTS Rep Judge ICo AttyjCo Clerk Sheriff Jailer Assessor S Supt Coroner Surveyor a 0 1C j 00 00 rol 0 0 qQtI 3 wp 8 = = 9 tI Ei ci jldro t p C1 00 f2 11 t3oI Il 0 J I l jen O tjq t 0 0 CfJ1 = a H a 0 p Q ti a C Q 1 a t Pen c 9a = = 9p t e 11g e c to Q C1to sa r 11 j11 oJ S ro oJoJ rJ 11 t 01 oJ e4 11 oJ rJtj j j tj tj oJ rJ H j jY = Court House7 120 79 120 78 120 80 119 82 117 78 121 78 120 79 120 SO 119 79 128 West End 169 78 168 74 162 81 173 72 180 62 180 66 171 71 170 68 171 70 I6r 7- 4University192 88 196 85 183 93 194 83 194 84 197 81 192 83 192 84 190 84 196 81 126Chenault68WhiLeMcCreary 200 53 199 53 196 53 196 53 196 55 195 54 195 54 196 52 196 52 196 5- 2Tipton155 50 151 76 156 71 154 71 154 69 156 71 156 69 150 72 156 69 156 70 76WacoBrassfield 83 120 78 119 75 123 77 120 77 116 78 120 75 120 77 119 75 ITS 77 118 Bearwallow 114 350 113 148 112 152 115 148 109 155 88 174 115 148 117 146 115 148 114 148 Kingston 147 114 145 114 143 115 143 113 138 125 131 130 143 113 140 116 143 113 142 114 Blue Lick100 147 100 146 93 147 92 147 92 154 96 150 98 148 98 149 97 149 98 148 Berea 47 158 40 169 41 159 42 159 40 161 38 161 36 163 39 163 36 162 37 J0Clay H 93 151 92 155 93 155 92 Rj5 92 16 93 156 n2 155 93 154 93 155 92 15- 5Duncannon119 142 114 142 116 140 116 140 118 138 116 139 115 141 115 141 115 140 115 1- 39Burnain153 101 147 101 149 100 145 103 149 100 149 100 149 99 149 99 148 99 148 99 Tevis 168 11 166 111 165 109 167 110 167 109 I6S 109 166 109 166 ITO 165 109 165 109 Crutcher 11865 116 64 117 64 116 65 118 63 116 65 116 65 117 63 116 63 lift 64 Poosey 78 15D 76 158 77 157 74 Jtit 78 156 78 157 77 JU5J 77 157 78 156 77 157 146BiggerstaffTotal 3214 2679 3123 2781 3I2o 2GGQ 3InO Sect 3142 2o40 3129 2588 3119 2659 3139 2Q38 3452607 3135 2646 Majority 535 442 I 466 489 502 441 4GB 501 478 489 lican last November are redeemed and each elects a Democrat to the Legis iature The Democrats swept the surround ing tounties in this Congressional district as follows Boyle 867 Garrard 57 Lincoln 200 Anderson 412 Jessa mine 308 Mercer 250 J W Wagers the Model School SuperinteJent will preside over the schools of Madison county another four years What he did for Mr Cat penter was a plenty ills majority is 498 That publicnecessity gerrymander ing scheme of the Republicans worked like a charm for the Democrats Out of 8 magistrates we get 5 giving us a majority in the Fiscal Court Again we shout hurrah The Democrats sweep tho platter in Louisville electing Grainger Mayor and the entire city ticket They also get 8 Representatives and 2 Senators against Representatives last year In token of their victory the Demo cratic candidates all wore American DONT BE Beauty roses yesterdaythe gift of that enthusiastic and talented Democratic woman Mrs C W Cobli who insisted oh pinning them on each victor LOUISVILLE KL1 Nov 6 1120 a m CLIMAX Richmond Kypecial With comparatively few precincts in the State missing the Legislature stands House Democratic 74 Re publican 25 Independent 1 Senate Democratic 25 Republican 13 Matt Ayers is defeated by NajJor The en tire Tammany ticket is defeated Lows plurality being 29861 Justice Jerome wins by 15880 R W BBOWK Managing Editor Loninville Times DEMOCRAT Speaking of Czolgow it is my opinion that Mark Hanna shot President McKinley Republican with a sneerDld anybody ever hear such foolish talk as that What in Gods name did Hanna waLt to kill his friend and leader for Democrat The same reason you at tributed last spring to Jack China for killing Goverror Goebel You remem ber von said Jack Chinn shot him to bring on the jtht1Hepublican Va mooses Lexington Observer DECEIVED i This warm weather will not last and you will need Boots and Shoes for tlm change We have the largest and most select line ot BOOTS SHOES HAT3 and MENS FURNISHINGS be found in Richmond Now is the time to make- your Fall purchases Come early and got your choice +e See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 300 In Booths Ideal Patent Vici Kid Patent Enamel Kibo Kid Box Calf in heavy soles and light soles high heels and low heels shoes for dress shoes for streetaU one price SOO See the Famous Stacy Adams Shoe equal to the best and vsecoud to none We have themln all styles See our double deck tS Bear in mind that we are headquarters for tha Newest Things at all times in UAT NEOKWEAK COLLARS and CUFFS A full and Complete Una of UNDERWEARhi Es A largo assortment of Mens and Boys Caps Dress Shirts Dress Gloves Work Shirts Work Gloves Suspenders bock handkerchiefs Maciutoch and Slicker Coats Umbrellas Sole Leather Lamb Wool Soles Oer Gaiters Shoe f V PollsbTBubbur Boots Rubber Shoes and Felt Coots You will find it a pleasure to trade where you can find what you wakY WE HAVE THEMI RICE ARNOLD fin Ancient Foe Td health ad happiness is Scrofula s ugly aa ever since time immemoria- lIt causes bunches in the neck ills figures the skin inflamea the mucous membrane wastes the muscles weakens the bones reduces the power of resistance to disease and the capacity for recovery and develops into con sumptionA appeared on the left aide of my neck It caused great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went Into a general decline I was persuaded to try floods Sarsaparilla and when taken six bottles my neck was healed and I have never had any trouble of the kind since Mae K T SsiDtn Troy Ohio Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and permanently as they have rid thonsand Mr Otis Skinner comes to the Lex In toll Opera House Friday and Satur day and Saturday matinee Nov 15 and 16 He will present the beautiful Romantic Love Tragedy Frances da Remini This will be the most mag nificent production over seen in Lexington The C 0 Ry will sell tIck- ets at half rates Saturday Nov 1C for persons desiring to attend the matinee Order for seats sent to Manager Scott will receive prompt attention rThe City Council will meet to morrow night It will be the last regu lar meeting of the present Council First Term On next Monday Judo Andrew M J Cochran will open the first term of the Federal Court in this city The docket will be very light November Court Monday was court day and owing to the pretty weather and the general interest in the election the crowd was almost equal to the October court The candidates had the crowd handicapped so that but little business was done The stock yards reported about 1000 head of cattle on the market which brought from 2J to 4 cents There were probably 200 mules on the streets which broucht from 30 to 100 The usual horse swapping went on with una bated interest A number of ROodI horses were offered and bou Lexington dealers No wise man ever wished to be younger Swift TSSWHAT1MCKEES ajriblueIsS woolBroadclothdressdepartmentFLANNELETTS27- Inch ImportedFrench cloakiugshouse ydOcr VOTE OF CITY P Mayor Ia c S = 1a j oCJI 0 r a a a a a Court House 811 791 791 701 701 West 174 176 61 175 65 175 191 193 134 124 182 132 590 584 8S9 594 556 573 570 571 576 195 WIlE a man enjoys the honors of office as much as Judge Million does its a pity to have to put A FEW of the chosen apostles of Civil Liberty and Equality a wake in tho Pantagraph last night The sail meeting closed with a song I would not live always in which all joined in Dr L II Blanton was yesterday to Green Clay is visiting friends iu Lancaster Mr Hugh Willonghby returned from Now York Monday Mrs C E Smith of Lexington is the guest of Miss Mollie Fife Mr T Wilmore Fisherof Lexington was in town Monday Miss Mable Letton visited friends in Louisville last Dr David Bennett of Lexington was in the city Saturday Miss Lobbin of Texas is lug Jennie Taylor Mrs Sam Bennett is visiting Miss Barrett in Frankfurt BJr George Graddy of Versailles was in town Monday Mr R W Smith was from Irvine attend court Mr John Baughman of Lexington was in city yesterday Curry Dedman of Harrodsburg vIs- ited friends here last week Mis Wm B Rodman of Frankfort visited friends here last week Dr Franklin M Walker of Garrard county was in the city yesterday Willging arrived yesterday to spend a few days with his parents Mrs Aylor of Paynes Depot was the guest of relatives here last week Mr John Thorpe of Chicago came home Monday to put under the rooster Hon J Davis Reed of Mt Sterling is vbiting his Mrs DM Chenault SMrs Elizabeth Denny of Lancaster was the guest oi Mrs Wide Walker last week Mrs W E Iiuion and Miss Luxie Ballard are guests ol Mrs Bland Ballard In Walker attended the WalkerWoodson wedding In Louis ville last week Messrs T Hood Little and Thomas IIV Pickels were ia Lexington last Friday on business Miss Florrie Briglitbas returned an extensive vlit to zelatLveiIt West Virginia and Ohio Miss Mary Sullivan returned Monday from a pleasant visit 9fa friends in Lexington Col and Mrs I Shelby were the guests of relatives ia Lebanon several last week Miss Curraleea Smith was Winchester la t week Iterata tel JK Bent fPaI tLlek was- in town yesterday os his way to Lexington to eater eUe Miss Barbara Thompson and brother 0klev ol Versailles are the giteetfl of Miw Florence Mr A D Ftefd of OdwimwU eme homo IHtwtor iMer anil re teamed to ol GorgMo- wCohe as horn Monday to attend the luekadar wd4inj 1ev WUMB A IbHilicwrt return d Friday front womtaa vMt to nJ tiTrt in M ir York and Pliltad I 1111k uJ wu t to- ii r it i O TVecni fvsftrru r t K black at 26c per yd Our embroidered Albatrosses for waiting are very popular tan and black at SI 60 per yd Allwool Tenetiins 38fnches woven of very Sue heaty silk In block and whlto this la very effective OUR PRINTED twilled fleeced back in a very large assortment of fancy stripes tHoraX and Persian designs in all newest OUTING Union 25Inch medium weight In an assortment of stripes and plaids light and dark at 6c Snowflake 27 neb heavily napped outing flannel made In a handsome assortment of uptodate designs has an ex eeUent soft finish which makes it adaptable for purposes at SJ c per yd Elder downs strictly allwool flnn stockinet back with Our Mercerized Sateens 32inch wide js of the best and has the luster of satin made In black blue red white and ydPrintedaateens 40inch In and white black and made in a variety of stripes and plaids at lOc per yd t FLANNELETTE collar the weight seamless plain Starter Blanket at in pray and white Boys and Girls Golf Caps at Caps embroidered at 25c Boys Velvet Caps at Boys Mitts at 10 and PiiiR Ic a paper Ic a box at 4c Ladies Belt Pins at 10 15 25c Ladies Ladies Cuatlaino Purses at 25 and 49c Childrens Mitts scarlet blue and white allwool at lOe lil OUR DEPARTMENT OF ART For season has been selected the very latest The selectioni represents colorcombination that are highclass nil Queenetta colors red and blue laco and curtain department deserves comment Swiss curtains yards long ruffles side and end 75c Swiss curtains 3 Ion ruffled side and ends at 99c and 150 per paillIN AND OUR LINE Cor Main First OFFICIAL OF RICHMOND Po Q c 0 C QrPREOINCTS2 5 CCCoc 0 5 E goo tj 1 801 8311101 771 79 End 174 172 178 171 171 171 University 200 201 1901 82 202 77 198 173 192 194 East End 185 184 125184 182 181 182 18- 2Total589 8821584 Majorities 212 him out Social held office singi- ngPERSONAL here week Alice visit Miss down to the Phil Ira lila daughter DanvilleMiss from month to Irvine days in the gwest Mrs rSAWalkwle Burwtda Tot 4ecdayI- awe Leka4y w ft MrBBI Ibt the FANCY FLANNELS colors all blue large floss Pins DRAPERY the Land of theSky after spending a few days with his mother in this city Miss Kate Reid who came to be with Mrs Wm Rock in her last hours left for her home in Mon day Mrs Ben L Banks and Mrs Joe Boggs who have been visiting relatives In Missouri for a mouth returned Sat unlay Mrs I Wade Walker and Mrs E E McCann were in Versailles week the guests of Rev and Mrs J Frank Williams Miss Mary Clay Lilly has returned from a visit of several months to her lister Mrs Lydia Swinney in Brook lyn N Y Mrs B C linger man left Thursday for Bethany W Va foa a visit to rela tives and will Join her husband who is there on a hunting trip Herald Mrs T E Arnold was in Paris last week attending the State WO T U Convention While there she was the guest of Mrs J M IHon Mr and Mrs M A Phelps of Richmond and daughter Mrs J W Truax of Dawson GA are Dr R M Ihelps Woodford Sun Miss Addle Hunley returned Monday from Oklahoma where she went weeks ago to be with hes sister Mrs Wardroper in her last illness Mrs Stoughton Fletcher who is IS1antheLexington Leader Mis Curtis F Burnam of Richmond and Mrs Judge A R Burnam of Frankfort ipent Tuesday with Mrs C R Rollins Anderson NewsV Under the auspices of the WC T U Mrs Nellie Burger of Missouri will lecture in the basement of the Chris tian Friday eveningat 7 oclock Tbe public is urged to Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberly had as their guests last week Mr and Mrs John McConnell and Misses Anne Wallace Belle Grayts Edith Railey and Francis Nuckols ot Versailles Mr Carl Todd of Knoxville came up last week to visit his old friends incidentally vote for his father in law1 James C Lackey for Jailer Be fore leaving he ordered the CLIMAX to follow him Mitts Belle If Bennett arrived home week after having spent the mer in England and Scotland She was a delegate to the Great Methodist Ecumenical Conference which met in London in September The engagement IB of Miss Anita Fleming daughter 0i exCon Fleming of Louisville and Mr Joke H Chandler former jef this city The marriage will take place la December The people of this taws feel like Prof Chandler naturally be longs here and many are interested in hIs welfare Sundays Cincinnati Enquirer east tiitied the following aanouticeaeat ot interest te Madwoa eounty people and Mrs JM Ke of Gar tltejeJemte Grady to Xr Edmund Tutt BttrwtHi of RiehBKHHl Xy The lHi4Htert Is a cultivated and traveled ycxiBK woman aa4 a favorite ill society the Mptkfe will be eolobnMsd about tlw Obrwtww holidays Bwrwaiu U tJe yotiBgMt SiiMef jut aadMra 0 K BuriMwn WMt has always eea ptohtiMtttiali itod poUtleI sir cto otbWa- Mfv ilei aa vxHtopm of Mftdieo county itJMKwtMky jLagUfttMM MM w Insur aitea CmMftferiemr dada QfvBMKi hys adiiibIgii ts bal aeikk- 0t rlceulJt lcljj who d illI LADIES WRAPPERS Simpsons standard winter weight flannelettes warranted fast colors raffled shoulders rererse pointed trimmed with herringbone braid 12inch flounce neat fitting inside waist at 5c each We strongly advise trade to give careful attention to our line of Fleece Lined Hose No 425 heavy fast Manchester black fleece lined hose plain fool warranted doable fleece lined an fast black at Ifc per pair Heavy weight tripple fleece lined ribbed top full seam teas at 25c per pair High grade infants pare stockings colors scarlet blue white Bilk heels toes leg seamless foot at 2ac a pair OneiU Union Suits rotors wine and natural gray at 49 and We double 50c 25c Baoys Silk in silk Girls and 25c Hair Washrag and in this from designs handsome patterns in in respects 36inch wide in green Our swiss special at CALL SEE St Of 8 7811211 X of Berttyville last visiting two church attend and last sum announced Mr Mr wool pink OWEN MCKEE OAN AGENT WANTED A Fine Opening for a Good Man WHEN WORKING FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE You neednt introduce the Company the Company introduces 1 Then you have it Yon neednt take a minute or a word to irV wher The Mutual etands or what it stands for The ssV world knows its masterful leadership just as you know yourself But there are some things that you may not k- iDO YOU KNOW That The Mutual Lire is especially helpful to agentb That The Mutual Life writes the most liberal policies That The Mutual Life has the most liberal premium rates Tint The Mutual Life gives the highest guaianteefc Teat The Mutual Life has policies that meet every requireniiiu investment as well as of protection That The Mutual Life is STRONGER THAN THE UNIT STATES GOVERNMENT its funds on January 1 1901 hrit larger by 535 640000 than the net funds of tho Government I eluding the 150000000 of the gold reserve That The Mutual Life hus nearly 150000000 more cash funls iltthe combined capital of the Bank of England Bank of Frai Bank of Russia and Imperial Dank of Germain Look into these things Take no ones sayso but investigate The u you look and the better posted you become the clearer will the preetnin of The Mutual Life appear The Mutual Life Insurance Coof New ffi RICHARD A McCURDY President Is the largest and strongest life insurance company in world Total Cash Assets of United States Government January 1001 S 209107 i7J Funds of Tho Mutual Life for the Protection of PolicyHolders January 110013257SInco-me 2 in 1900 G05s2s Insurance of Annuities iu Forcell4l47-A is gentleman of enersry ability and high character is desired to repres it this great company at RICHMOND To such a man a liberal contract wii made Write to- BISCOE HINDMAN General Agent Louisville Ky A Dig Syndicate- A 7000000 syndicate was organized at Lexington Monday to build electric roads through the Bluegrass connect lug all the surrounding towns with Lexington The syndicate composed princIpally of New York Chicago aid Detroit Capitalists Richmond is in eluded in the towns to be reached and it is thought that this will be one of tbe first lines built Foot Ball Figures Kentucky University won a good game from the University of Tennessee Saturday score 6 to 0 This puts K U ahead of the lithe schools in this Slate her team having won four straight games piling np a total score of 72 to 0 State College lisa to win her first game yet Georgetown has played four and won one Central University has play ed three and lost two The total scoie of the four teams thus far ill K U72 toO State ollfge GtoGC Georgetown 20 tuO CU17to63Rummage In the Museum of the Rummage Sale wilt be found rare old laces and jewels which adorned some of Madisons greatgreatgrandmotherti when they daiictd the minuet with Washington Clay aid the Prince of Wales the same old cheats redolent with cedar in which they packed theirgirlish tress urers to carry to the new homes made for them by Kentucky braves the spinning wheel at which they wrought their daily stint beautiful quilts and spreads made by dainty hands which have long lain idle All these and many more treasures which belonged to the long ago will give pleasure to the Rum tango purchasers The privilege of seeing probably the aaort elaborate and beautiful collection of laBS in Kentucky will be given curios from all parts of Ihwnfcedd world will be exhibited There will be music fit for the goo and women Alt of Madison is Invited la cone and look and bay Sue mla the natural language of the dwil Carlyte MWS Tills We offer OM Hantired Dollars re ward fw any cae of Catarrh Uate a sot be cRred by Hulls Catarrh Core FJCxaCo Preps Ofele FJliars kin perfectly ho oni4e in aU iHkaitMM tNMwttedoM awl flwmekHy UJllllt1INWIebMkW DntjcgirtBTotedo WholesaleDrurisMn Hi C5tarrh Cure Is takw iator Mlljactinx dlmrtly Hi UM Weed aAid1HUchUs wrfaeee pi the MLdrnitihalts AntfllPUIi arc lb bs1 c Ii Richmond Kentucky i j the Public Sale In order to wind up the estate of ThomasE GI lon deceased the undersigned will on Saturday November 30 J90J In front of the Stable In Richmond y n East Main street at 2 oclock p m sell rtidy tbe Livery Stable Tbe stable II tbe n 4 commodiousand the best located stand In thmugtIrvine f t wide Terms reasonable and made known n day of sale AdmrsFLORIDA6nor4iT Present Your e Claims The Mayor and Council desire that all bills due from the city to any person or persons whatsoever be presented at the next and last regular meeting of CouncilCLAUDE SMITHMayor Have I done My duty to My FamilyHave to the full extent of mv present abut ty III were to die tonight would those who are dear to me be wif horn the pangs of want Would my children have a VV comfortable home and 4 means of education VSWould mv wife be ine pendent of the cold chart ties of the world Would my estate pay my debts and leave a competancy to my family If not must I not obtain a Life Policy at once and ftabetilute the OEBTAIS of snug legscv at mv ITYth for the UNOEBTAIS of my life 31peteeet8eWUNCONDITIONALLI dte t Call ar write LETS TAUT IT OVER 1 The Mutual Lie Jbtorance CompMiy 0 Kentucky J G BECK JRk Gi AS ir- A AIIluar 1LD yUOVDV iiyi w u Fj w l I JIf tN ++4 + + t+ +++ it+ + YES+ + +++++ + ++ + + + ++4 We try to be just as fair careful and polite to Customers ordering tdover the Phone as those who come to the store If you want anything special in the way of Fancy 6roceries t ijrClover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP jn n E DEATHERAGE lie Richmond Climax JiDNTsDAY NOV C 100- 11rAWllkes Smith Dentist is ow located over J B Stonffers Id Ch Store Gfebtf rl Punt of Whites Station sold IviTTcls ol corn in field at 3 shells loaded for ducks at Miller is Si cond street oc392t Iir Harry M Blanton Dentist Of tr HoT Middletons drug store J y U J H Neff wants your geese ighest market price paid ItocMt T ti extracted without pain 25 nt DR Homov Richmond Ky Vfr Bros is the place to get ir aded shells All sizes from bird shot oc3O 2t i Daughters of the Confederacy r usted to met with Mrs Poyntz i 11 street Friar afternoon at 3 i rInd Oyster Shells will make IH lay Finest egg producer in I For sale by J IL NEFF 0Rielitnotid Ky jour cut flowers and designs Schafh usennent fur Keller e I ington florist Leave orders j Ultons drug store oc30 2t Cattle Sold as Veil bought of W F Park k 28 heal of cattle averaging I ids at 5 cents ol P Lodge November 141 new lodge Knights- I las will be instituted at Paint Ky Tin Lancaster lodge willdo laory work Accidentally Killed Mtn Kavanaugh colored of thin v us nci lently killed at AKhland iy 1lie body was brought here yesterday Better Light ce the iiiRtallation of the new dy i s in the Richmond Electric Power aujs plant there is a great im Lent in the quality of light fur- for Rent nicf dwelling Ioue with all tssurv ouibuil iinireon North street t aiticularscill on or address- W H MIILEC a KiidmioudKy Court Dwy Dinner L iadies of Kirkaville Christian j save a court day dinner in the t House Monday and cleared ivt txpr uses UOO Tim dinner was 11 a credit to the ladies who e it Revenue Collections le internal revenue collections of Jstnit for October are as follows 4I 01 beer 1292 spirits 109 7J cigars 2i1 41 case 11 tobacco ll socials SS8750 documentary 17 proprietary SO total 20258231 The First Prisoner enrv Tincuer a white man of Jsck ojuitv was arrested by the U S ia s last wepk and brought here tot await trial in the Federal Court vli meets here next Monday He first prisoner held by the Federal lorittes in our jidI- Ciospd lie PanAnifirlcan Exposition closed 2 oclock Saturday night The at ace is to have exceeded 8000000 the financial Is is placed at 3000 The assassination of President Kmley proved the death blow to the rptisna there WIIR a derided fall oil olloweil the Presidents death i Meeting at Klrksville v meeting which closed Friday T at the Kirksville Christian fth was the most successful ever In that town Rev Moss did tho chug throughout the meeting re were in all 79 addition to the fH 51 of whom are candidates lor- ttlm The Klrksville people re very much losing Roy Moss who this mouth to his new charge in Jon county r 8 IIjfj oZ CO WANTEDA mart energeftkbor isyears old who would like to learn the printing trade None othernedapp1y Can at this office Handloaded shells at Miller Bros oc302t Declamatory Contest The next Intercollegiate Declamatory contest will bn held at Winchester December 13 under the auspices of the Kentucky Weslyan College Rinted a House Rev Dr Dodge the new pastorpf the Presbyterian church hns rented campusHenext week Fox Hunters to Meet The National Fox Hunters Associa tion wll meet at Kerill Ppiings NOVPHI her 18 There wid bo a largo RHther lug of the lover of the chase from many plates and a geiieial good time iexpected Child Burned Friday morning near Winchester the little daughter of Mrs Minnie Ha gan climbed into a rocking chair which pitched her forward into the fire The child was so badly burnt that she died in a few hours Leg Broken B Kindred ho lives near Panola met with a very painful accident Sat unlay anti will probably bo laid up for some time lIe wa returning from town and when going down a steep hill his leg got caught in the brake and was broken Store Burglarized The post office and general merchan dis2 store of Allen Wilson at Station Camp was broken into last Sunday night A few stl1mos and a quantity of groceries and clothing were taken The burglars have not been appre hended Large Potatoes Gus ChrUimn bought to this office a few potatoes as a sImple of his late crop lie planted them on August 1st and so fine are they that it takes but 10 to make a bushel lIe has about 200 bushels which he will sell next spring for seed New Cashier Mr J C Bonk Jr special agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky was around yesterday introducing Mr L J Francisco the new Cashier of the Richmond offices Mr FrancNco has taken quarters at Mrs Hendersons Killing at Blue Lick A flaht occured near Blue Lick school house a few dais ago in which John Owens was shot by a man by the name of Combs and died of his wounds the next tIny The men were returning from Sunday school and it is supposed they had been drinking nit there seemed to be no reason fora tight Combs made his escape to the mountains and has not been captured Repairs The contractors last week began the workof repairing the interior of the First Presbyterian church The back wall Is receiving a new coat of plaster and will be newly papered Several other much needed improvements will be ihadov The work will be finished by the 16th of November at which time the new pastor Dr Dodge will take charge Land Sales Mnjor John Harris sold to CoL- D M Uhctianlt last Friday his undi vided interest iu 4 000 acres of coaland timber lands iu Rorkcasile county The land is in the Brush Creek coal field aud will be very valuable property Richard Igo b light of C lDnhl Irvine a farm of 210 acre on the Lei in toll pipe three miles Irom town Price lOOpPr acre Shot Himself ExPoliceman Samuel Weeks of Lexington who was once town marshal of Irvine shot himself twine Saturday night in Lexington One shot tnok effect Just above the heart and his con dition was considered very seriou Weeks has two daughters and one MIL He lost his wife several years ago some lIne ago he was temoved from the police force and ever sirce he has been despondent EGGS Wewilipaythehighest price for EGGS = u tIt 1jr 02 tilz MILLER t BROTHERS lJ Dr Hobeon Dentist Rich mO Ky pr7tff Overland te NHIJI Car ltH B B Wilson Lexington liveryman passed through this city lat Friday morning on his way to Ashville N C going by way of London and Knoxvife He had with him a drove ot fortynine horses which will be disposed of en route Mr Wilson stated lift he would probably bo gone until api log GEESE WANTED Highest cash price paid for geese poultry and eggs and all other country produce JHNeffuoct4t Richmond Ky New Womans College Committees from the two Kentucky Presbyterian Synods met in Lexington last week to take steps toward estab limbing a College for the higher edn ca tion of women It is not yet decided whore the new College will be located but it is highly probable that Lexington will be the place The old Sayre Institute buildings and grounds have been offered tho Synod and other induce ments will he made Foot Ball Case Thn Georgetown College foot ball team will come over Saturday toplay the Richmond Atheletlc Club A good Tjanle is promised and if the day is fair a bis crowd should turn out and help the boys along The local team is made up If splendid men and there is overy giveGeofjetown remember formanj a day The game will be called at 3 oclcck Fine Corn K tt One spot has been located in Madison county where the corn crop is not a failure ColW T levis brought to this office one day last week six ears of ns One corn as we ever saw It was raised on his farm by Untie Bob Fur ner who is said to be the champion corn raiser of the county Col Tevie says the old man has 14 acres which is easily measuring out 12 barrels to the acre and nearly all is as good as tbe sample brought tie Burglars It Is time to get down your gun and keep an eye on your money and prop erty The burglar seems to have opened his campaign in earnest but as yet he has not touched our city However Harrodsburg Millersburg Danville Winchester aud many other neighboring towns have receive visits of this unwelcome guest within the last few days So we might as well profit by the bad luck of other towns and be on tho lookout fohim when he comes Mondays Fire A fire broke out in the rear of Joto h Stauifero house on Fifth street Mon day morning which caused a total loss of two dwellings The fire was dma covered about 7 oclock and in a very few minutes it had epread so that it was under full headway before the de partment could get there Mr Stani fers home was burned to the ground and Mrs Wiggins house next door occupied by Prof R M Mitchell was badly damaged Stanifers poperty was fully insured but there was no insurance on Prof Mitchells houseC- ompromised Time Democratic and Republican County Committees met last Satur day and agreed on a compromise whereby six names three from each side were taken from the registration books It was claimed by both parties that there were several registeredwho were unqualified tc vote There were so many challenges made that the agreement was brought about to save trouble and confusion on election day After the compromise was effected on motion Judge Million ordered that the motions against the other voters be tiled away and dismissed Merchants Organize Mr G J Williams Deputy National Organizer of the Retail Merchants As sociation was here last week for the purpose of organizing a protective as social ion among the merchants of this city Aineeting was held in the city hall Thursday afternoon at which time a permanent organization was effected The officers elected wero J A lug gins President B Jouett VicePresi dent T T Coviugton SecretaryE Dealhersge Treasurer Every grocer merchant in this city joined the asso ciation at the first meeting Another mectine will be held in the city hall Ft iday evening The object of the Association is not toform a trust or combine but merely for the merchants to protect themselves and to advance their business interests Public Sale i will sell at public sale to the highest bidder at my residence on the Barnes Mill pike four miles from Richmond Kvi on Thursday November 14 1901 at 10 oclock a m the following per sonal property viz Lot of household and kitchen furniture all my farming implements consisting of plows wagon gear Ci 19 head of cattle consisting of 5 milch cows 2 2yearold steers 3 yearling steers 2 yearling heifers C calves and 1 bull 8 large tat hogs 25 fat shoat 1 sow and 9 pigs 1 fancy buggy mare 1 family buggy mare 1 nice saddle horse I pair of mules about 200 bushels of wheat50 barrels of corn 800 shocks fodder 1 large straw stack If not rented before day of eale l will at same time rent my farm of 126 acres Sale positive and terms made known on day of sale W P Prewitt A net Jruix A DDKUSON Get a free sample of Chamberlains StbuYaobTaiul Liver Tablets at Stockton Hagans drug store lhey are easy to take and more pleasant in effect than pills Then their U6ev la not followed by constipation as te often the ease with pills Regular size 25c per box 9octlui The best women are necessarily the most difficult to know Cares Eczema amid Itching Humors Thrtigfe Tk6HlIHICelt Ntlhiifft Try It BJt B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognizeU 881 certain and stiro cure for Eczema itching skin humors scalw scales watery blisters pimple selling bones or joints bolles carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the wmftt and most deepabated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skin Botanic Blood Salm M the only euro to stay cured for tli eawlul annoying ekiit troubles Other remedies may relieve but B B B actually cures teals every sore Ilgives the glow of beau Mn H B B builds up It a down body and makes the Meed Mr MM nourishing Oer 3XW yyttn- oniahrof cures by hostuiedH- hm B B B Drnjlll itJil f1 TiL- triitIflt Jse and pre t1bytwrftin Rood JtehwCa AtltmUuGiu DwCfttw tfoabte and frs licMcUKlirloejrirett wmlltUT f tI JcOJ R A I BIRD HUNTERS Will needHunting Coats Hunting Shoes Corduroy Pants Leggius Gloves Hunting Caps etc etc Sportsmen will find in our store everything needed to fit them out for the field except the dog gun and ammunition ovington Banks Foot=Fitting- Pootwear4 ForMEltf and BOYS Our specialty is Shoes that fit wellShoes built by work men who know foot anatomy and who are skilled in the art of fitting feet so as to insure ease and comfort at all times Our stock of Mens and Footwear is J now the largest in Richmond and our prices are positively the lowest COME AND SEE t OKtfOiff i Covington r Banks Stylish Outfits For Young Men No one surpasses us in the matter of cor rect attire for your men We shown at all times the newest things in Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Collars Ties Mufflers Gloves and every thing else needed to clothe a man in style from crown to sole Covington Bonks Sellers of Everything That Men and Boys Wear ar Does the Right Thing The trouble begins with a tickling in the throat and a nagging little cough Soreness iu the chest follows and the patient wonders if he is going to have an all winter cold Probably if he does the wrong thing or nothing Cer tainly not If he uses Perry Davis Pain killer the staunch old remedy that cures a cold in twentyfour hours There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis He that is down needs fear no fail Banyan Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OKRA 0 HART State Agent 27feblyr A touch of nature makes the whole world kiu Shakespeare TO OUSE A COLD IT ONE DAY Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if flails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents How blessings brighten as they take their flight Young One Bottle Of REMICKS PEPSIN BLOOD TONIC will make you fairly sparkle with new life and vigor For sale by nLMiddleton 5unely He is armed without that is innocent within Pope Welcome as Sunshine after a long storm is a feelingof relief when an obstinate pitiless cold has been driven away by Allens Lung Balsam Only people who have been cured of throatache and sore lungs by this remedy ran quite realize what the feeling is Thero is no opiam in the Balsam Its good effect is radical and lasting Take a bottle home today Calamity is mans true touchstone Beaumont and Fletcher The excitement Incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For Fale by Stockton Hagan Occtlm He who climbs high endangers many a fall Chaucer In late yers men have made fortunes out of the tailings of gold mines The mills in which the ore formerly was crushed and tho crude prossess then In use allowed a largo percentage of time precious metal to escape slId the loss amounted in some cases to a lor- tune The stomach is justlikea stamp mill In thili that when it is not anIIwMtement contained in the food That loss when continuous means the loss of mans greatest fortune health Science offers a remedy for this condition in Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I It corrects the weakness of the stomach prevents waste and loss of nourishment aud puts the stomach and af digestion and nutrition into a condition of health which enables them to save and assimilate all the nutriment contained ia the food which k eaten In all cases of constl jastion the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets will speedily and permanently ctire the disease IIove is the torment oi one the felic o the strife ind encnity of 3 Wye u OMfffe 1oK ITtTfcs o2 the C rt Laxative Bromo QLinlne Tabtete cure a cold IR one day No cureD- opy Price 36 cents- agreMbnmsdhJiM IB of little things tpfJ I 7ld IIii UtM N SiN III- d 0 i DO YOU WANT To wll your REALESTATETIMBEU or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may he chile to help you Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va l2lec ly Women are apt to love men whom hey think have time largest capacity for loving Las IJnyal Month and Ilia Itoyal Di easc Sudden changes of weather are espe daily trying and probably to none more so than to the scrofulous and con sumptive The progress oi scrofula dur hug a normal October is commonly greet We never think of scrofula its bunches cutatieouaernptions and wast jug of the bodily substance without thinking of the guest good many suffer era have derived from Hoods Sarsaparilla whose radical and perma nent cures of this one disease are enough to make it the mOlt 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 as ijerinuR and as much to be feared as Jtf near relative consumption oct 9ltn Earth has no sorrow heaven cannot heal Moore Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and com pletely lost the use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent phy sician 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 Va Several remarkable cures of par tial paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure for rheuma byStocktonrl rue nobility is exempt from fear Shakespeare SOMETHING ITEW They cure dandruff hair falling mad ache eid costs the seine as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been introduced are wild with delight Yon simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is slmbly unbreakable andY made so that it is absolutely iwpotsille To break or cut the hair SuM on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac tion in tray respect Send stamps for one Ladies size boo Gents size Soc Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with succors Seewnntpd notice inthis paper Ad dress D N HOSE Gen Mgr Decatur lllinoip 27feblyr Education is the cheap defense of nationsBnrke When you wake up with a bad taste In your mouth go at once to Stockton Hagans drug store email get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets One crtwo Ides will make you well They also cure bilious ness sick headache and constipation odD mm Expression is the mystery of beauty Bulwer Tetter SaltKite am and Eczema The Intense Itching and smarting inch hstant1yaUayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad eases have been penaM ntly cured by it It Is pite8udfsvchapped IchilblaIns frost bites ere 5 cts per box 1 MI ys Cewttti Fwfei art just what hocM Biieite trfan to bad d4Mton lo rifiett at1- D YbIOO4l looc1 bat d lNt tJimiVIe wttttferfr 1dN M1II pet PCt J Luc O o IU c ccLLJ LLJ OJ VJ LU1 c All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily a- tTHE ct BUSY QE ULL CASH STO And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business S- TYjHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and thetrans 11 fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales otNEW FALL JGOODS The new andwinter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I And this alone enables us to offer values that will be new to the people in our city and county Anyone may have newspaper space and appeal to the eye with showy advertisements Not everyone 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 BARGAINSthat 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 Lie 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 fit OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Plan manyFallso low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodace cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming on goods this fall is all due to this cause areouRinaiiaiMi in ii Man H but beat any prices you will have quoted you else where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known to the Domestic Department will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up Never before have we SHOES been able to offer such BOOTSvalues Our buyers haue certainly made their money talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are offering good solid Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter wear at absolutely less than they can be manufactured for Money talks in 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 up and Shoe up your entire family with less money than it 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 are represented in our stock of Shoes We are showing Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Mens Medium and Fine Shoes Boys and Mens Course end Fine Boots Childrens Shoes of all kinds and all go at prices that are a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where we knock em out Competition is found to take a btck seat when they butt up against our Clothing Stock Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just like there never would be any more clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made offers for stack upon stack of clothinfi for cash down and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought at our own price You get it 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 and everything to be had in a first class clothing house are being shown in this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c up to our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 are as good as can be bought for 5 aud G dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and Boys prices from 5 to 850 and 1250 are worth double the price afked for them Our prices on all coats will be a treat to everybody Call and see them hctTiuis n n T ilormi c kirhl xr is our banner department We are showing all the new styles in Jackets antI Wraps the short Jackets the threequarter lengths the long 42 inch Jackets are all to be seen here Castors Browns Oxforda and Tans are the leading colors this BCJWOII Our buyers bought heavy in this department They closed out several eastern sample lots of new uptodate garments at prices that will enable ns to sell tine Cloaksand npto date garments at about lislE price until these lott are cleaned up Get iu line and follow the crowd to the Busy Bee Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can get a fit We are showing some elegant thugs in Skirls for ladies The Pedestrian Skirt is the new skirt fur thin season We have a beautiful line of them in all the new coloring Cnlland see them and save paying high prices for up to date Tailormade Skirts ARE looking through our mTOtl other departments admiring the pretty newthlngand won dering how we can afford to name such low prices on them Dont lorgut to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters for these goods We are sole agents for m Yea a 1 eY5 And have just received a large shipment of them in all the newstyles Try an American Lady Corect and you will want no other OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full of the very best things In HnYHOurprice 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Ojir lens fleccedlined vests and pants price 2w are a wonder for value You can got anything you want in our Underwear Department E ARE RliowiiiK many new novelties in our r alSi HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Our lloisery ix all up to date and our prices in Hosiery will be pleasing to you Our Chijdrens Hoisery is tIme best select ed lot we have ever lied and our Misses and Ladies Hose and Mrns Sox are the tolks of the town Call and see them We are naming prices on Mens FurnMiing Goods Shirts Collars Neckwear Hoiserv Handkeichiefs givingtimelim Wnen It Rains Sou Set ut Your Bowl We carry everything you want in small wares No linns etc Our buyers spent whole days in the Notion Depattment and nothing new and pretty escaped their eyei WA are showing numerous pretty new timings in Jewelry and Notions Call and sea them Blankets aJnd ComfortsAre piled mountain high on our tables and counters Never was such values offered as we are giving in this department Allwool 104 and 124 Fine Blankets are being sold at the price formerly paid for low priced stuff We ore selling good 104 size White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink and borders for 48c each Our Comforts run in price from 49c to 498 Our 49c Comfort is a hummer good size and good quality You will be shown beautiful patterns in French Satteen Comforts and Iderdowns We can set you up for housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Oases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them J n A O I j T A J A O Cash always talks If yotf pay cash you paycashYour money talks OURMOTTOUnderbuy Under elL Cash down when goods are delivered LThanking you for past patronage and extending to you an earnest invitation to call arid see us and make our hout1yourhotnewhile in theclt we are very resptej MWf D OLDHAi COMPANY IF TO PLEASE TfOti TJBfcfc OyffBUSj If jftMF TELL TJSl 0 I k i Lotisis AUullc KiilruiSc- hednlrf In effect Jay iDOL DAILY EX SUNDAY RAINS LEAVE BICUMOND For Shelbyville S LID and Cincinnati 310pjn For Irvine HJ4am For Millers Creek S3 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From IxiuUtllle Lexington and 1 llWam Cincinnati EOpm From Irvine 255 pm From Miller Creek 830 am C M BROWNING Gen M- grKNOBLETilE l WATER FILTER POSITIVELY GERM PROOF STYLE A Capacity 5 to a Call Per rtaur A new PRACTICAL and PER FECTFILTERfarhoma mercial use Wo guarantee our FILTERS to give perlect satisfac lion If desired we will put up a FILTER In your home or office forIa weeks trial to show you meritsSend for Complete Catarogw TilE KNOBLE FILTER CO Jtf ILVBOLRM CHICAGO ILLSI aUIII6m OKLAHOMA Indian Territory Arkansas REACHED BY Illinois Central- By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon iBO 5aS L TaXTVS 1e Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville Forschedules and rates write to R H FOWLER Tray Pass Agt I C R B Louisville Ky BEFORE r ArfR Texas BEST W W Ueo SetreteryJoseph AttorneyH DW TribbleA- UCTIONEER Will sell your Stock dise or anything you desire sold Ie him at Silver IETWrlte 9oct 1m Unsedme 4 I BRASS NICKEL cuss UNEEDME incaaiurousacat Stiver gne ft look to Plate Glut with labor than anT llttla u niiiirt l to Jo work host Under Skis Not Scratch Ie tif auUNro luca It yonr deafer ilo not K name UNEEDME POLISH CO Chatham 31july ITHE BEST PAPERf Published in States Democrats is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalT- he equal of many dailies superior of all other femiweeklles or Issued Saturday 1M copies a year it only 100 A is to News Matters Saturday issue to howe Matters A liberal to Sample copies sent to all who will them Write to COURIERJOURNAL ARRANGEMENT YOU GET THE RICHMOND Only 150 YIGORMEN MAGNETIC WrittenLasliIvuIcai7Iwt Debllltr Ineomnla Taillnr Memoir all Vratinr Pltcues all Weakneue mnltlnc fmm early or later ticTheby Stockton t Druggists decl9ly Tis Soitiun Hutul Mill Co OF LEXINGTON KY investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Companies pays to estate of the dead The Company is nearly 8 years and has a greater premium to force than any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living Amount Placed In Reverse Surplus S365OOO desiring an yielding large returns during this Company offers special n SMITH BOWTVmNLEXINGTON KY- MRS AT MILLION Local Agent Kichmond rrA C E SMITH Pres F Sec and J L M WARE General Manager J z Jefferson Gu r n Y urety o JIncorporatnd fOffers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT LOn Market w The BEST because will make you the Most Money LESS money plete Investment The than other vlrtua1lyGroundInvestment crI10M13 OFl4LEXINGTON The Mutual Life Insurance KENTUCKY Home Louisville Kentucky ORGANIZED President Rite VPresident David Merriwether W W W W Allen VVC E tat Col Farm Satisfaction Guaranteed ortelephone I SILVER Will and the new Will and ut- WllIlaslloll9r Iba Will Not the Will ImuplaconteolenUormC- oatA lou iiitlontxl the bcst Bead acdadilraa tot Pa Gin the United for and for readers and the weeklies and and you get for YEAR The aevoted the Agents free ask for Ky BY CLIMAXA- ND TIlE- TwiceaWeek CourierJournal for Vitality Nerrons and and For sale Hasan Insurance the in Benefits and life 7 SECRETARY Ky E Tne the it It is BEST because is no ratio 3 II for business on our II f It requires to com an in Jeffer son in any Company A will prove the wisdom of In The Jefferson No 22 N Upper St KY Co OF Office and Market Streets IN 1866 Ged W Moryis Secy s Morris Jas IJ henry Barrel Priest Cttin CUM llttla other Roughen have ALL issue SPECIAL CAN One The old income the Anyone Trens I Books trial an Joseph PettusTreas Jas B Steadman Med Dir Geo M Actifciry TnirtyFifth SemiAnnual Statement June 30 J90J JIrrlrAdmitted Assets 3029475 OJ Surplus 200015 01 DIRECTORS President fiLe Vice President Sleadinnn Jledical Director I ActuaryThomas JlJHte Heal Capitalist Merchan Polish mucidrsiriL potbbaao freeMiaple Wednesday Wednesday commission cheerfully Louisville Both Year HER VINE Giant business 562000 Investment advantages BAIRD there high Fifth Boone FireNationalAttilla Cox PresidentS OolamWa PJ CoJohn Truot Vault Co M uIdoonPres Monumeet Marble Works Chas LeulsilleIiai J CBeck Jr SpcciaIAgent State Bank f ilitCo f 4 LAND STOOl lID CROP Old corn is selling in Favette at ta barrel New corn opened at JScott Hudsons stable is over 30000 winner this year Audubon Boy driven by Hudson won 17800 Edwin Ward of Scott county says fed cent wheat to a lot of hogs that netted him 90 cents a bushel that way Maysville Ledger Corn on the best lands isnt turning out more that a bushel to the shok in some parts of countyMr B Haggin is said to have sold the teu thousand shocks of fodder from his 800acre corn crop in Fayettecounty at 25 cents lshock- President Roosevelts new carriage horses recently purchased for him in New York are blood bays 16 hands bred in Kentucky d not docked The largest bull at the PanAmerican is a Shorthorn weighing 2750 pounds Young Abbotsburn of the Forest Grove herd exhibited by Col T S Moberley itt the Chicago Worlds Fair weighed 3100 pounds Some of the farmers who tried cow- peas this season are well pleased Others report that the crop didnt turn out well Mr Horatio Bright who has planted them for several yeais reports that he put away 30 tons of hay from 12 acres of cow peas Two acres of Soja beans made G tonsWoodfOrd SunJames R Keene of New York has bought the Castleton farm near Lex- Ington for a price stated to be 85 000 Castleton was owned by the estate of AJ Ford contains G14 acres rijht In the very heart of the Blue Grass region and has been occupied on lease by the Keenes for some years as a thorough bred breeding establishment At the sale of P H Kincaid last Wednesday hon es sold at from 25 to 60 a head 3yearold mule brought 70 mule colt 20 cow 2091lOgs nt 5 cents a pound sow and pigs SIC Jer perheadnesday from a months stay in New York where he went with a car load of horses belonging to Mr Josh Holies ol Bardstown Theio 17 head in the bunch One sold for SlOOO another for i5O and three for shipment to Cuba for 1750 The others sold high the lowest price being 100 Thehorso market in New York is cood with a strong demand Danville Advocate A Smooth Swindler Monday at Olympia Bath county an unknown man went to the postoflice and sent a draft on the Mt Sterling Exchange Bank for 1745 representing himself to be Joseph Jones agent of the McCormick Lyons Lumber Com pany of Mt Sterling About 10 oclock the same day the money came to Olym pia by Adams Express The stranger took the postmistress Mrs Annie Jackson to the express office to identify tutu as the man who had sent the draft The money was promptly raid to him and he left on the next train and has not been heard of since and the bank now has at work a detective hunting a very slick swindler The McCormick Lyons Lumber Company has an agent named Joseph Jones He didnot draw the draft It is paid the draft was paid by the bank without no thee to the company on which it was drawn There is a question as to whether the bank or express company is responsible A Worthless Crowd 1 he sewer contractors are adverting daily for laborers offering 125 per Jay They are compelled to import colored labor from the South on ac count of not being able to get it here Our streets are filled with idle negroes Who refused to work litany price The county authorities are compiling a list of them and this winter when the usualapplication will be made for as sistance from the county they will be refused There should be some means devised to compel this class of people to work or leave the county During the winter months they will commit petit larceny in order to be arrested and a Jail sentence to them only means three meals a day and a warm place to sleep If they were compelled to serve out their sentence at hard labor it might possibly put a stop to it Bourbon News We understand the general resent 1r1Rdinner but we cannot understand the surprise The Hough Rider has begun to rough ride a little sooner than some people expected that is all There is no city in tho United States as badly governed as Philadelphia none as corrupt none as ling ridden Yet the Republicans will continue win at the polls this fall as they have won in previous years and if they dont they will count themselves in Speaking of lna8liipping bill Senator Frye exclaimed pathetically I have been pushing it twelve years Yes and the tax payers of the country have been resisting it as a deliberate steal for the same length of time THE RACE Does not depend on the tart but on the finish Its stayitjjj power which carries many a runner to victory Its like thatin business Many a man starts of the race for business success with a burst of speed which seems to assure victory Presently be begins to falter and at last hs falls and fails The cause Generally stomach trouble No man is stronger than his stomach Business haste leads to careless and irregular eatif iugThe stomach and otbero digestion anti nutrition become diseased The body Is inadequately nourished and so grows weak Ir Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It strengthens the stomach and so strength ens the whole body which on the stomach for the nourishment from which strength itfmade no in Golden Medical Discovery1 and it is entirely free front opium cocaine and another narcotics Accept ao substitute for then Discos ery There is no medicine jll9tas good for diseases of the stomach aad allied bfgaes e7oce4r beast of Charleston Franklin Co ArkIIJw4 the worst case of dytpcpi the rs- MY that tfcey ever saw After trvfog sew 80MMlitJor r cad sow I un citretL Dr KWMS 11eMMtJIIiIIeta QMR a t One Million for Kentucky The quarterly payment of pensions for Kentucky began at Louisville Mon day A total of 1000000 will be dis bursed to Kentucky pensioners Un der the new regulations guardians for pensioners must render a statement with their vouchers of the annual dis bursement ol pension inonej by them In towns where are postmasters of the fourth class those have authority to execute pension vouchers The jurat must show that they are fourth class postmasters instead of tile simple fact that they are postmasters The post marking and other postoflice stamp must alto bo affixed to vouchers executed by fourth class postmasters No other postmaster S VIJOIfof the fourth class is authorized to execute a pension voucher Freak Cabbage On tile farm of Jnrett Mock was discovered a cabbage which was caught in the nt attemptingto become a tuber The cabbage had a perfectly developed stern and leaves on the top but the emnilent Ilendof the plant wits situated at this bottom of the stem about two Indies beneath the surface of the urouud Tho bend was about three inches in diameter and well devoloped It is supposed that frost either com polled the plant to resort to this ex pediunt to raise a full crop or else that the primal nature of the plant asserted itself and started the cabbage in the direction of the ocean shore where ac cording to scientists its sea weed an cestors live about ten million eons ago AtIocateI Another Big Gift Andrew Carnegie ave C5000 to Stevens Institute at Hoboken N Y to build a new labratory of engineer ing At a banquet on his return from Europe after the dedication of the new building a unique menu will be served Molds are being made fur tile bread which will bo in the shape of railroad spikes The ice cream will be in the shape of Trails fried oysters will be froma miniature locomotive and when the blast furnace is opened there will issue from it punch instead of molten iron Modern Surgery Surpassed While suffering irom a had case of piles consulted a physician who ad vised me to try a box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve says G F Carter Atlanta Ga I procured a box and was entirely cured Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve is a splendid cure for piles giving relief instantly and Iflieartly recommend it to all sulTerersT Surgery is unnecessary to Hewitts Witch Hazel Salve will cure any case Cuts burns bruises and all other wounds are also quickly ured by it Beware of counterfeits PERKY THOMAS There are thousands of inventions which die in their inception because sonic attorney has advised the inventor that his invention is slot patenable Inventors can always secure accurate and free advice from E G Siggers Patent Lawyer Washington D C by eeniliiRto him a drawing model or photograph of the invention lie makes his fee contingent on success and will not accept for prosecution an application for patent unless there is a fair probpect of obtaining a patent The Childrens Friend Yonll have a cold this winter May be you have one now Your children will suffer too For coughs croup bronchitis grip and other winter com plaints One Minute cough Cure never falls Acts promptly It is very pleas ant to the taste and perfectly harmless C U George Winchester Ky writes our little girl was attacked with croup late one night and was so hoarse she rould hardly speak Wo gave bern few doses of One Minute Cough Cure It relieved her immediately and site went to sleep When she awoke next morning she had no signs of hoarseness or croup So Bullor lana been practically this missed Two years ago Jie was announcing that he would have his Christmas dinner in Pretoria and would show no mercy to the Boers whom ho would treat as rebels against their lawful sovereign Moreover ho demanded and received as far as Britain could give ita free hand In dealing with the situation Truly South Africa is the graveyard of mili tiny reputations It is certain that Mr Roosevelt has at one blow destroyed much ol his power for good in the South No walter how hu action may be regarded in the North in the South it came as a shock to nearly everybody It will epread like wildfire among the negroes and make the problem of dealing with them harder titan ever Mr Roosevelt has committed one of the blunders that nrc uch worse than crimes We hesitate to accuse Mr Roosevelt with having u political interest in in viting Professor Washington to his table but by that act he has certainly riveted the negro vote to himself This amounts to nothing in tIle South I course but few people realize how near it comes to holding the balance of power in such States as Ohio Indiana Illinolse West Virginia Maryland New York and possibly others Real Amiral ONeill says that sub marine boats are useful only ae scare crows Even so they are well worth liMing Admiral Dewey 4ias stated that ho would not have dared enter or remain nt Manila if the Spanish had such a boatthe strain is ou his nerves and those of his men would have been unbearable From all the latest testimony Cap tain Sigsbeeseems to be away off in his recollection of his opinions in regard to tho Spanish vessels being at Santiago Three witnesses have testified that he said in tho most positive terms tbat they were not there and could not be there without his knowing it Man is giyert to err The Copper Trust has shut down several of its big minee and plants in order tprevent overproduction and a fall in prices Tho employees can go hang Thin is another sample of trust methods rendered possible by inpnup oly The beauty of Correspondent Gra hams testimony in the Scliley easels that he has the articles written by him at the time to show that there is no afterthought business about his state meilts Now it is said ct the War Depart ment that reln forcemente must be sent to the Philippines Will nobody tell time TagfUogs that time war is over They must be as hardheaded as the Boors The physicians who t4ot kmwr what kilted Pr Wnt MdClnto 1 uouM read Uw flk of the Xt1Fy JtJ11jjoartmli and Jlnd out rJ MISS LAURA HOWARD President South End Ladles Golf Club Ckicago Cured by VegetableCotors Had Failed To Help lEer I DEAR MRS PctrarAM Icanthank you for perfect health today Life looked so dark to me a year or two ago I had constant pains my limbs swelled I had dizzy spells and never IiYv MISS LAUKA HOWABD CHICAGO knew one day how I would feel the next I was nervous and had no ap petite neither could I sleep soundly nights Lydia EJPinkhams Veg etable Compound used in con Junction with your Sanative Wash did moro for me than all the medicines and the skill of the doctors For eight months I have enjoyed perfect health I varily believe that most of the doctors are guessing and experimenting when they try to cure a woman with an assortment of complications such as mine i but you do not guess How 11 wish all suffering women could only know of your remedy i there would be less suffering I know IIAOTU How AHD 113 Newberry Ave Chicago Ill 45000 forfeit If aboc testimonial Is not genuine Mrs Plnkham invites all women who aro ill to write her for advice Address Lynn Mass tfivingf full particulars The New York experts tells ns that Tammany has loot to much per cent age on the recistrutlou iguns that the LowPIatt ticket is sure to win We should like to hear from some of these people after the election as to how they came to miscalculate All the criticisms uf Kdiley except among a few deadly neniips has dwindled to the assertion that hie howed bad judgment in several re spects Well who clidni Sampson It is awfully easy to be wise after the event Time Turkish official papers which have recently come to hand announce that Mr McKinley who has been auf- eting in health has just passed away he Sultan doesnt care to advertise the assassination of n ruler to his sub J ecta Iran attempt is mode to raise a ran som for tho Detroit poet who was ar rested in Russia the other day they will have to pass us by Wo have too many poetical contributions III this office as it is The Boers have penetrated from their own States to the sea coast fifty mills from Capetown and much over thous anti away irom their homes Yet the war there like that iuthe Philippines is overpCan it be that Chicago tttamp burglary was carried through by Put Ciowe in order to be sure to have postage enough to keep up his correspondence with the Omaha police The trouble with most Roosevelt clubs seems to be that there is so much s strenuosHy in them that the assistance of the polire is necessary to preserve order Rubber Stamps for Sale Go to D P ARMERS for the largest stock and lowest prices in Jewelry Line octuuw Subscribe for t- hetMi It is only r A Yeartl dgOAL gQAf COAL- Wehave just opened a NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the best Coal at lowest price We handle the celebrated Beatty ville Coal which has no equal on the market Prompt ser vice full weight Give us a call B nttii U Go Phone JACK FREEMANlofgr- octtG 2w Rio Poor1 9 Best Rcute to Cali omiat Colora f Vras h via St JS uisIWEJ LYJ4C Ytil1flpasTt At AG PT11 EL I4l ft o- CC Agutcasutuouga l 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