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I I I LTHE I l RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1901trNUMBER 25 PROFESSIONAL O4RDS Arours W MILLER ATrOaKBlATLAW RICHMOND nnruii the Burnam Building next door to Oners National Bank feb31 L bo S LLJVAIJ TTOBSEYATLAW mCIIIOND KENTUCKY 3n e over Slate Bank Trust Co op w e ourt House on Main Street iD M011BNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY RKHMOKH Ofice on Second street over Chen n i grocery IIR LETCHER AttorneyatLaW KKXTDCK- YCtfOffli UiroxD over Taylor Bit s Store ACKSON ROBERTS AND OtNSELLOR AT LW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ocr Thurman Otoctry Contny PHYSICIANS RS GIBSON GIBSON IllrsIrIA NS AND SUKGEOAK KENTUCKY nciiMONn in the oe CciHns building it and 20 Sec streetoeNflhiC old druguore 27 HS C HOOKER ETERINARYSORGEON- i twite Ontario Veterinary College ary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty- t rM eat stable on corner First and a streets Richmond Ky apr7ly 1 C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery OtVe Prather Building Main Street f nt at re i lenee the Our pUce on Broadway urMONn KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON- IIoIIMoNn KENTUCKY DENTAL SUHQEKT T OaVcuUxvc tt nSOt DENTIST OP LODISVILLE KT aOffice next door to Gorernment Building craRnd Ky Officehours9t0123 to mvlMy DR LANDAnnf Hotel Olyndon- NVe Inesdny November 13 sir Goods 9 Our prices mpe1 you to trade wIth us when you give us a trial tn1B 1 ijB ID JIB2- O11B eil2DhJi1i tie ladies cannot be decei ed by cntehy phrases nor bombastic claims All ve have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la youbuythe latest uptodate- gHds Is that what you want If so trade with nit AND Gloson I am agent for the Page Wire Fence jJAnd will sell any amount wanted loadsKcercaron hand Also pure bred Darocfc Jersey Hoga for sale COYJKlrklIIe r- I Jr- tJ JX9 n cijrc en = jti3 Vr a tt y B fl IfetV- ft V rr15V-f c f 1 4tt n U d c + JEWELRY ++ 3r COru- elargest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecondand t+ Swiss Watches also t Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by +++ Expert Workmen also make a specialty of MEDALS CLAS PINS ETC and Design ill jone liy a fine Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto li RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR liEALINQS Victor Bogaert i 67 E MA IN ST LEXINGTON KY Ufebly nIooTabc4 Sf THE GREAT HINDGPORESTOBE3 VITAur Mado a Well Wan cflfte reachAanjlszesunity and Consumption Young 7en reai Man Itgivesintheestpocketmalt In plain packJU La I written guarantee BB JN OHARRA fari For sale by Stockton Oagan Druggists 9J illlJl raID Successor to J W AibiM Livery feeii Sals Stth IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mcb27ly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in Wchhil Pviper for Summer and Fall trad- eComprising many e it pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices are Just Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Paper We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER COW It LEEDS Painter and Decorator KJantf PHONE 7- 5SO1JTF1NT1 r BAILHftY ON KENTUCKY Cd used Sebidils Is flat Hi zoo IJ89 BA8TBOUKD Not No5 lioui Lv Ixmisillle 75am 400pm 74jpm Ar ShcIbyTiilePiOarn 6SIpm 805pm Ar Larenccue 825pm 94Spm- Ar Versailles 1016am 4pm taotpm Ar Lexington ia4aam 715pm lagipm WESTBOUND No II Noi Na Lv Lexington 1nm 31pm Ar Versailles 75Sam 502pm 63aCl Ar LareneebI soam 83UI bMtn- Ar Shelbyvillo lOam ai5pm lIsoam Ar LoutsYille 1OOam 743pm 1WamI- LLISTJlOU1fD wgsTIcNa 12INoICoOOpm STBOU1fDTJlOC1lfD No 15 tNo lTATIONL NO IItNoM- pm 74SaTn LT LoutsvtlM la4OamnI7401mm LZpm I lOam by ShelbyllAr ClIOamlll pm- lC1pm iOam LT VenUes Ar 7503011- TlOpmn oepm IllOam Az Midway Lv 730a51 2407m- L5cTa Ar OeorJta Lv 7OOant LlOpm- 1j53rBOu1cD WESTBOUND tNo 6 atNo2 74 I LltNo L L IITLTJOJIIBItNO m 68Cpm 1Copm 3 tOopmn Ll6pm- 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notices of them to be preserved among her archive In tile list of names of deceased members for commemoration at this Memorial MeetlngjJs that of William Chenault i f Richmond Ky lie wax ono of tie founders of this club and it seems fitliiij that I as its President should ppeak of him on this occasion In ibis room on the I5h of May 1884 Mr t hietanit and myself with eight others nick and organized the Filson Glub The names of these ten founders were Richard H Collins John Mason Brown George M Dayie Will lam Cheuault hash W Duke James S Pirlle Thomas W Bullitt Alexan der P Humphrey Thomas Speed anti Ueubeii T Durrett Of these the first named four Richard H Collins John Mason Drown George M Doyle mud William Cheuanlt have died and the remaining six are all of the founders of the club left among the living They have been spared to see the original ten members swell to fur huiuhed and to tee 16 quarto volumes of valuable historic inatterjpublished by the club whilea seventeenth volume Is in course of publication It was the custom during the first years of the club to assIgn to members subjects on which to prepare papers to ue read to the club At the second meeting in 1831 Air Chenault was ap pointed to prepaie a paper on Isaac Shelby and his two administrations as Governor of Kentucky This he did and a noble paper it was lie went over the first administration from 1792 to 17UO aud the second from 1812 to 1816 and pointed out the different messages and the dlifetent laws which not only met the exigencies of the time but helped to shape the future policy of the new Stale He then took up the military career of Uov Shelby and presented him as a young soldier in the battle of Point Pleasant in 1774 when the first guns of the American Revolution were fired at the Indians as the advanced guard of the British Nit he presented him in the battle of Kings Mountain in 1780 when with his bold and hardy trausrnouutaineers the army of Ferguson were destroyed and the drooping hopes of the patriots raised to tile an ticipation of their assured independ ence And lastly he presented him in the War of 1812 wheu almost having reached his three score years and ten he mounted his horse at Frankfort and rode with his conquering Kontuckians to the River Thames iu Canada where the British under the infamous Proctor were routed aud the second War of the Revolution practically brought to an end And finally he took up the private life of Gov Shelby tnt presented bJm on his farm known as Travelers Rest In Lincoln county Kentucky raising better corn and wheat and flat and tobacco and finer horses and cattle and sheep and hogs than anybody else He even went into the working room of Mis Shelby and displayed the wheels on which the yam was spun aud the loom on which it was woven into cloth for the clothing of the whole familyAt subsequent meeting he was ap pointed to prepare and read a paper on education in Kentucky This he read at the December meeting in 1885 It covered the whole field of edncation from tin teacher and pupil of the Log Cabin protected by the pickets of the Fort to the present system in which the teacher is employed by the State and the pupil taught free Those early FortSchools in which letters and Ogurcs marked on boards with charcoal were used instead of books were rivldly presented and the hearer could almost see Mrs Cooines at Harrods burg and Mr Doniphan at Bonnes borough using touch charcoal boards it their classes This paper on education wiw so thoroughly and admirably done that the lIon Z F Smith published it ti his history of Kentucky and hits give It u permanent place in our litertt- Qre William Chenault was a nalivo of Madison county Ky where he was born in 1835 His ancestors were Huge nots who had fled from the Province Pretty CIiidrcnWe birth of the last one my wife usel foir bot ties of MOTHERS FRIEND If you had the pictures of our children you could see al a aic that the last one lshealthicstprcltlcstand flnesWootlng of thea all Ky wife thinks Mothers Friend Is the greatest and grandest remedy la the world for expectant mothers Written by a Ken tucky Attorncvat Ltr mOTHERS Iaetcths oft FHIEJnpreveD1s lacHemt to cSlld lhcconinff hcr3 disposition and temper remain uwralfld throughout the ordeal because this relax lag pesitratlnff Ualffieat rclkfes Ute usual distress A goodiatwe mttiKt Is pretty sure to kaye a 8d4aatiHre4 cWM The patient Is kept ia a straafr healthy cdoditlon vhlcii the chiM also inherits Mothers Frie d takes a wife tlKtHlgkuc crisis quickly and almost palnlyII assists in her rapid recorery and ward off the dangers that so often ftlltw ie Mry MIty drvl4 fcr S bMt TUB 1KADFIELD RHOOLATOR isI CO ATLUTAft lor SeT ft DhlIIIIIIiItfiprssiy tUpct llS al of Langnedoc in Southern France to avoid persecution on the revocation of the edict of Nantes They escaped to England and from there came to Vir ginia about the year 1700 In 178 bis father Josiah Chenault came to Ken tucky and settled at nogreat distance tout Booiipshnrough in Madison county Here William was horn and edu ltrd in thefchools of the county nntil he was old enough and Hdvaiced enough for college He was thn sent to Dartmouth College in New Hump suite where he was graduated in 1S5C He then studied law in Richmond Ky and so rapiilly learned the law that at a time when most students are only prepared for cases before Magi trates he hal mattered the science and was offered the chair of professor in the Law Department of the Univer sityof IHiisvillo This position he ac cepttd and taught law classes with marked ability for some eight years or more At length his health bran to fail anil he longed fur the fresh air and green fields of his native place lie resigned his chair in the Law So ho01 and returned to Rirhmond where he formed a law partnership with the Hun John Bennett which existed at the time of his death Mr Chenault was nOt only a proonrd lawyer but had ninth fame in other branches of ltarning He had read many books in various departments of knowledge and was a mau of broad culture OuUiile of his profession however he wan pnibablo best fquip ped in history Born us he was and reared as he was near the old historic Hoonceborough it is possible that thio gave something of an antiquarian tinge to his historic tasio Although Booties borough had vaiimhed before lila day ti knew who e every cabin and picket fetnod and couhl point out the locality of every tree behind which an Indian had hid while firing at the fort He knew the names of tho n en women and children who had inhabited tie fort and could relate the details if every conflict they hiid had with the Indians His knowledge of Uooneshorough however did not bound his historic learning He knew everything and everybody in Madison enmity and had mastered every history in Kentucky from Filson in 1781 to Smith of tIle present lay He was also familiar with the best histories of the United States and of other countries William Chenault was a modest un pretending gentleman of the good old school of Virginia and Kentucky Though studious and retiring in his nature he was fond of his friends and of their company lIe always hind time and was never too weary to help the young members of the liar and was equally generous and kind in imparting literary and historic knowl edge to those in search of them lIe was nn exemplary Christian and there was no blemish on the bright escutchon of his moral character He had a strong and brilliant mind which enabled him to take hold of the philosophy of the law and he depended more upon the broad principles of legal science than he did upon individual cases He was a public spirited citizen and did telling work in securing a branch of the Louis ville Nashville railroad for Madison county and in locating the Central University at Richmond During the last few years lie suffered from a paralytic afllictiou which left him with such trembling hands that he could lIly use his pen In the hope of a restoration to health he went to the Hut Springs of Arkansas but found there no relief He thou went to Col orado Springs in the distant State of Colorado where his sufferings were ended in death on the 2d of June 1001 In the death of William Chenault the Filson Club has sustained a great toss and so has the county of Madison and State of IElltuckyit ANTITOXIN FUR SWIXB DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses in of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr K II DeVaux after several years of scientific expert ments and succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which Is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Cd of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a hlghei price on the market than those not treated Time guarantees that the InJection ot their Antitoxin In well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick wine will safe at least tSpercent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmercan easily admhilster the Antitoxin Orderaccordlugtu tho number of hogs to bo treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hoes tJM Antitoxin Syringe 3JO DeVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 2laprly RELIGIOUS in jHecount of service in the Mexican War Elder W L Shearer will preach nt Millers ichool house near Valley View Saimday nt 1 oclock and Sunday at 11 a m Everybody cordially invited to attend Rev J I Wills who has been hold ing protracted meetings at AVallnceton Garrtnl county and Ford lark county returned home yesterday accompanied by hitS wife who met him nt the for mer place Tuesday The meetings ut both places were very siictessfnliIarr- oelsbnrg Uemocrat Rev E 11 llnrnam of Virginia will preach in the Baptist Church in Rich mond on Saturday the 23rd of Noytm her at 11 a in ant on Sunday the 24th at Ita III It in specially requested that a full attendance of members of the regular Baptist Church be lad on Saturday as butinesa of importance will be considered The Garth Lodge A 0 U W turned out In a body Sunday night to hear Kev G W Argabrilos specIal ad dresH to that order in observance of the thirtythird anniversary of the organi zation of the A O U W order in Pennsylvania An eloquent and in structive sermon was heard A collec tionl1I4was taken up and donated to charity fund of time Baptiat church Bourbon News Although Elder James M Ra h haa boea a member of the First Christian Church for a third ofa century Sun day waa the first time he had ever preached threThehoUe WAS crowd ed with his friends and he precbedf- ine a BerjaoH Since his ordfiiatioB by this church In l 97h in taken late the thtreli 9S7 perouWiacieater- De al Tli brain S i rnj Iike th tMktft is wbIs rss pl tJi8 louthsn reL 1 fc Stop the Blight It is a sad thing to see fine fruit trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from the rest They never do well afterwards butstay small and sicklyIt worse to see a blight strike children Good health is the natural right of children But some of them dont get their rights While the rest grow big and strong one stays small and weak Scotts Emulsion can stop that blight There is no reason why such a child should stay small Scotts Emulsion is a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind of strength that makes things growScotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them cat makes them sleep makes them play Give the weakchild a chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catchup with the rest This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York SOC and i all druggists Twin Mules A Patterson of Mercsr county had four brood mares to produce six mule colts two pairs of twins One pair of the twins were well formed innre mules and are living and thriving the other pair died It is nothing unusual for twin mules to be born but it is a very extraordinary tiling for them to live any length of limn Mr Patterson says he never had a case tacoma to his no tice before and especially where the twins were mare mules Fire in His Rum The Frankfort Roundabout says about midnight Saturday night Mr John B Chenault who boards at the Capital Hotel went to his room only to find that the coal in the grate firb had fallen out and set fire to the room The employes of the hotel used the private fire apparatus and extinguished the btize without turning in an alarm Pretty much every tiling iu the room was ruined involving a loss of some 160 or 200 We should like to know if President Roosevelt entertained Booker Wash ington because to do so was one of the things that President McKinley intended to do but iidnt 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 tile big Christmas number on receipt of 23 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marion Reedy contain the bedt independent polical arti dee stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West i A trial subscription will convince you For sale by all newsdealers Five rents a copy S2 per year Yrito fur fain pie copies THE MIRROR Jseptf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AX 1NGKNIDUS TUEATJIEXr BY WHICH UIIUNKAISDS ARE 15EIXO CUllED DAILY IN SHTK 01 THEM SELVES No Noxious buses No Weakening of tho Nerves A Ilrasant ana 1oMtivo Cure fur the Liquor llabity It is now generally known and un dcfbtood that Drunkenness IS a disease and not weakness a body filled with pnisonaiul nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat hug liquors requires an antidot of nentralizinj anderadicating this poison antI destroying the craving for intoxicants Suffeiiers urny now cure thenieolveB at home without publicity or loss of dine from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLD clJilE which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inrtlriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discover is positively guaranteed to cure tile most obstinate ease no matter how hard a drinkor Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVKij CURE YOUR HUS BANDSI 1 riHLDHEN CURE YOUR FATHERS This remedy fs splcltlcforilevised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste 6u that it can be given in a cup of tea or coOVe without the know dge of the person taking iu Thousands uf Drunkards haveucured themselies with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made tern perate men by having the CUUK administered by loving friend aol rein lives without their knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today tint they discontmuc1 drinking cit their own free will DO NOT WAIT Do not bAde luded by asparent and misleading im prov ment Drive out tho disease at once and for all time The HOME extreninhyJewwithin read of everybody a treatment more effectual than others costing 25 to SO lull direction accompany eect p ck ie SpecMtl Mdvice by skilled physiehuis when requeued without cx tr elMMM Ssnt prepaid fi Any put of the world on rript of Dollar AddtMN Dept C W8 KDWIS B OltJttA GOM AHYKW mod 28M bhpbhAfl Y conMon tial Jmaylyt c ij f i MATRIMONIAL MAIICUMBOWMANJihii W Mar rum and Miss Florida Bowman both of Clover Bottom werd married in I his Ity Thiurslay- BnRzrrCoRNEusoNSteplicii Bar rett of Kerca and Miss Aildie Cornel con of Big Hill were married Thtirs day at the mine of James Barrett at ftml own nnC imiarmn Thin Howard Hud Miss Jens Carpenter Mere married at the brides home near Cottonburg this county last Thursday by fcqiire D P Ariner- U YCE OLDIIAU Mia Jes ie P Royea daughter of Mr and Mrs S Q Royce and Mr J Oldham of White- Hall drove over to Lexington Satur lay whero they wert man led by 1ev Sims of the Hill street Methodist church HoDGESDooLAX The fiends of Itav L W Doolau read with interest of his marriage to Mies Elizabeth Todd lodges in Louisville last week Mr Doolan is well remembered herons a popular C U student having graduat ed in the class Ilf 05 utter taking the highest average for thr e successive years fEWKLLMcKiNSEV5Ir James S Sewell a prominent contractor and builder of Winchester and Miss Fan rile MrKiiiney of Union Oitv were married by Rev Hugh McLellan at the hat terti residence on Iancasterave last Wednesday Immediately lifter the ceremony the happy couple left for Winchester where they will make here home locKADAyDUERS0NI4aRUe Duer son a prominent young farn er of this county and Miss Vesaio Hockaday daughter of Ir W L Hockaday of Silver Cieek were married at the home of tlrtj brides father Monday afternoon Only a few of the relatives and friends of the young people were piecut at the marriage The bridal pal ty were delightfully entertained yrsterday at the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs John Dnereon JOHNSON Viuiorr The Versailles correspondent to Fridays Courie Jour nal sajb At Hfllsboro Baptist church at C oclock this evening Miss Martha Wilhoit and Mr William Wallace Johnston were united in marriage by Judge L II Parrish The church was beautifully decorated with palm and ferns The bride wore a stylish travel ing gown of brown cloth with a pretty hat of the same shade She carried a bouquet of bride roses The only attendants in tlie bridal party were tIle ushers Messrs Joseph Manuel of Louisville Olive McCauley UrueeSeal suet Hiram Wilhoii Miss Wilhoit is the edest daughter of ShoiifT James Wilhoit She is a pretty and attrac lye blonde and a great favorite in the social circles of Woodford county Mr Johnston is a prominent farmer The bridal couple left al 10 oclock tonight fr an Eastern trip Mr Johnson is wellknown in this city having attend ed Central University forseveral years and has many friends here to extend congratulations and wish him all the happiness that life can know SroKESPAnnEXT The following an nouncement taken from the Nashville American will interest many readers of the CLIMAX Mr Parrent is the son of Mr and Mrs J B Parrent of Nashville and a nephew of Mrs It Ialen try of this city and is well known here having visited in this city sever al times The authorized announce ment is maim this morning by Mr and Mrs Jordan Stikes of tho engagement Andapproaching marriage of their daughter Ania G to Henry Clinton Parrent a Memphis man who has been NdHlivillian for the pst three years being connected with a leading mercan tile establishment lie is a member of an influential West Ten cssee family a son of J B Parrent and since his re moval here has won many businefs and social friends Miss Stokes is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Jor dan Stokes anti a granddaughter of the late James Whi worth Since her graduation from school where she was a favorite she has been much admired bj her social associates Besides be lug charming and attractive in disposi tion she has many charms of peison and mental accomplishments The marriage will be celebrated at home on the evening of December 4 Only a limited number of friends will be in vited to witness the ceremony Reliable and Gentle A pills a pill says the saw But there are anti pills You want a pill which M certain tborouch and gen tic Mustnt gripe DeWittf Little Early Risers fill the bill Purely veg table Do not force but assist the bowels to act Strengthen and invig orate Sinnll and easy to take PERRY and THOMAI BIRTHS JOHNSON To tho wife of G T John son a 11 pound girl Mary Hazel Mother and child doing well SANDEESON Prof and Mrs tJ San tenon of Cnrrollton Miss nre rejoic fag In the arrival of a son who bears the name of J V Logan in honor of hi distmgiiilhed grandfathe- rS Physician Testifies hI have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have never used anything in my life that did me the good that nidVays County Physician ieo W Scoggi of halt county ISeinir a physician i have prescribed It and found it to give the best results If the food ou eat remain undigested in your stuiu8ch it decays there and poisons the system You can this by dieting that means starvation Kodol Uyppejc ala Cure tli fIts what you eatYou need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation Time worst WISPS quickly cured Never fails PEHUY Iu ijus mIMraledSt A Lexingttln dispatch to MomliyV Courier Journal says AssiatRBt tffate Food Inspector 1L M Allen has discovered a new s he1fley- which butterila adulterated Thplan he saye in IIPflrationiu several parts crib State Safe butter is tMHtght melted and oo1etlln ice water ahdia- 5tbencblHMjlilh adikd mHkto wliteh We k ej wH or Bwlphafa of die s4idcd Twseiioshe ntilV to bra an eIU1IOIIIIh pIii Mt4tet rai- h ad coaeqpth Iied prai- seoaa o per ernt iater G Fbutter flu hi re than 20 per ent water 11 tf tI oqfi Do You Know That Buggies and Carri ages are from to ho cheaper now than they were a few wk ago We still have good selection on onr floor You sate money by buying nowand GUS STRAUS ttGreatFall Opening Sale CLOTHINGGREATEST EVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY Boys School Suits 49c 1 49 2 2 50 and up Mens Fine Cassimere Suits 2 99 and 3 99 FancySuits J is our in our jfi we are to of in is in of be to our To is that I as of John W am not for any debts by him and will not pay name He Is a minor aud all with him do 10 at their own risk J B Oct 21 o John W t can make your barns as eoft as a glovo and as tough as wire by using liar nen Oil You can Its life nuke It last twice as lone M K would make a poor barn like new Undo of pure heavy bodied oil eo to whim uuid the weather fri bj XL CO Ve have the best can be t Floral are We and the neuessa ry HOW e r our BELL Florist J KY L C go t Thet O Thin O is the best live and hue Fr of the ItHay nid It kM SO of ra 24 conjihits and re Sift1 of practical wnl all Jf o lii o Bud jnuPtial- It wa iA F QIiftaY C = od t t lose In style and qual ity ohll kinds Mill mst more season of are up Ky John Prop Mens Black Suits 4 99 and finest of Suits shown in Kentucky of Alfred N Y 300 dozen Shirts regular price and 2 Oat now 98 CentsWhich than Cost We just received Fall importations Tailoring Department ready show you the largest best most complete these goods Kentucky This department charge Richard Shryock will glad show you MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON I LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS FURNISHING HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON ENTUCKY Rubber Stamps At this Office Whom It- May ConcernN- otice hereby given Trustee lironslon rtsioniIble contracted parties dealing WHITE Trustee Bronston 23oct4w iit- Harness STon EuREKA lengthen ordinarily EUREKAHarness looklnic peeUlIr prepared everywhere renaeU Miif STANDAU t Beauties ForM flowers Jthat producedI Our Decorations beauties possess practice KNOW ma- rrangibgEachord receives tention personal atJJThe JLEXINGTON t HENRY PERRY Agt Bells Flowers Everywhere Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX GRIOF IERrCLEVELAND Both OneYear For 4I150 OUJO FARMER Clevelasd riculmrHl stock market home ekhjlUtrlla1JR country every metnhfr family tells nabtthefarB the hotne happy pages verycek pjgae- Mbet IliiliW market prts Isret actutil editors wretpordfliitH fsrqps wide awuski fuririw wIll wlt- lllthfiafMm bout itlftIkl4Adde tLttbrRjCbfllODdy mibis nothnir Vehlclu another prices materials going Carriage Works Donelson LOUIS r Clay Wor sted The largest line every from the celebrated firm Benjamin Co 50 less have and and line who line GENTS GOODS And hnwtu I JPeoples FriendI- sI he who sells good goods for the J least money Thats what we i are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron Beds Folding Beds 1IjIjRockerst Couches Dinning Tables Chairsf Everything Thfflet 44 + 4 + 4+ + +4+ 4+44 + 4+ Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Stsf RICHMOND nIj3My KENTUCKY WALLPAPERSLARGEST CENTRAL KENTUCKY ArUR 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 LinseedOiland t6f White Lead at factory prices freight added Largt stock of Picture Framing materials In the State We wil frame your pictures in uptodate styles fur little money Dont forgot that toil will mvn roonev avoid bti material poor workmanship and vexatious delajs by having VHIging with hit force of skilled workmen 4+ +4+ GEO ML WILLGING Minnfactnrpr of all kinds of Paints Paints for nit kinds of purposes Each specific Paint for specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY r WHY NOT BUY THE BEST Rubber Stamps No75S- tandingr Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse We also make a fall liRe of High Grade Vehicles and Harness Send far Catalogue and Price List COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen Rock PLf 23 scpt 6 m a for CALL AT ++ THIS OFFICES k+ r wnr flflwr F rUI 4 I f v 1 he Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT President A D MILLER tanager ROUT S CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY NOV 13 1901 rCBLISHKUIVCUY WRDNKHDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated ALL of the excitement uneasiness mid the generally unsettled state of affairs that a campaign brings about is now over The election is all over and now that the local government for the nest term is fixed let us hope that the jood old county of Madison will goon moving forward and upward as she Las done during the post four years We have a good eot of otlicera nearly all are men who IIHVB experience in public life and men who realize that public office is a public trust C L Searcy returns to the Legisla ture not a new and untried representa tive of the people He has been there before and knows what is expected of him and how to go about getting what the people of the best county in Ken tucky want Judge N B Turpin it called again to the office he once held Ho has been successful in business and the fact that he Is called again to be County Judge shows with what esteem he was held on tho bench The record of lIon J Tevis Cobb speaks for itself He is reelected County Attorney and the people have no fear of how the duties of his office will be attended to John F Waters the Sheriffelect makes a splendid candidate and a better officer The sweeping victory in the county was largely due to his ad mirable tact in mixing with the people and keeping before thflir minds that he and several other good men were to be voted for on November 6 lIe made a good Jailer and will make as good a Sheriff Jesse Cobb is another who has ever been an indefatigable worker for his party and for the good f his county He richly deserves the honor he has wonOur good Jailer James C Lackey is happy for hes a ridin Everybody knows him and everybody is glad that he is sent up for another term Tit old proverb says in union there is strength Democracy is pro bably stronger in old Union than in nny other place in America George N1an I the Union representative on nnr ticket is a young man of fine bus IIPSS ijiialiiies he comes of a large fam ily f goo1 Democrats and he will mkt a good Assessor Prof J W Wagers has made his reputation HS a teacher as a Superin tendent and as a worker His reelec tim is hut a testimonial of his faithful Krvice in the past and the confidence the people have in lila future Cliff Samuels the new Coroner was tleeted by a safe majority In some instances the office to which he Is elected is fraught with great responsi bilities Whatever they may be our Coroner may be depended upon to act act with good judgment WITH a united party a strong ticket and a general good feeling tho Madison county Democrats have done some thing that they have never been able to lo before since the war that is they have gained a victory with a majority bordering on 000 Each candidate de- S rPI credit for tho noble work he has clone in reclaiming the county There is one who was not a candidate who had no personal interest at stake but who worked for tho party and the partys good It is the name of H H Colyer that stands at the head of the clnmn when you read the list of those who administered the lougtohe re nienbired drubbing to our friends the enemy It was not money npt tne popularity of any particular candidate not tle effect which a national issue sometimes has on a local ticket but it was the eternal principles of Deirocra x Jacked by the cool head and souwl judgment oi a trusted leader a mighty chariot guided by a master hand The result of the last campaign was not a mere accident nor was it due to any CI EiBro6rCo11 LEXINGTON KY For That Present Weve a tale to tell a tale of odd pirces of Furniture A tale that may suggest a way out of your wedding prose nt predicament These pieces are simple and beauti ful always Chairs Whose prototypes though old are ever yet new Flemish Oak as sturdy as that in which the lovable Goldsmith sat playing his flute during his tour through Flanders Divans In Mabogaiiytbe 19th Century style they would have graced the drawing room of a Mayfair belle Did not Dorothy Qposeess such easy in her stately Beacon Hall mansion where Washington and La- Fayette were wont in spend pleaSura- ble daysTables and SetteesA- nd many pieces ofcbarming Furniture for every room in tbe new home Give something useful Brichrac and fancy wares are all right of couree but you know that something that will help furnish up will be most acceptable Pricerange broad enough to allow for every onea purse Plenty of wedding present hints In this stock CILHroWBJGOIJ MAIN AND BROADWAY LJIIX1NGTQN ry blunder on the part of the Republicans for some of the Republicans saw months ago that their case was hope less We had a ticket that po man could question and we hada leader that no party could match The victory was won when Mr Colyer wets made Chair man of the Countv Committee He was one of the most popuJar men in Madison county and he knew every voter within her borders He knew the strength of the party better than any other man and he knew what the party was capable of doing It was no guess work but plain true figuring from start to finish He not only knew his own candidates and their strength but he knew the strength of his oppo nents better than they knew themselves Being an aggressive leader he never failed of an opportunity to strike at the weak places in the other side Queens bishops rooks and pawns were all so skillfully handled on the politi cal chess board that he had his opponent hopelessly checkmated before they had opened the game We con gratulate the officerselect and extend a hand to the partys chieftain the retiring Sheriff WHEN Booker Washington was ask ed by President Roosevelt for the names of Southern men who could be relied upon to do tbe best for the colored man he gave the names of Democrats This simply shows that the negroes are at last awakening to the fact that they have been hoodooed ever since the day that Abraham Lin coIn signed the emancipation proclama tion It shows that the negro race ta becoming awfully tired of helping his few white friends into office It also shows tha the time is not far distant when to see a colored Democrat is not an uncommon thing They have voted the Republican ticket straight since the war until it became almost a super stition with them but now since the second generation has come on they are beginning to learn a thing or two It almost seems as if there will be a sudden and general breaking off of tbe old ties Booker Washington the ac knowledged leader sees the change coming Right here at home we can see Hie change The day following the election one of the most prominent Republicans in the county said that the negroes had been i burden to his party too long and that they will not carry them any longer AIJOCT ten days ago the official organ of what was once the Republican party in Madison county asked for some in formation in negard to the Colored Democratic Club ot which Col Sam Patton is the Chairman It is now tiiiio for Col Sam Patton to ask where are the white nnd colored Republican clubs and the Chairman of each TUB Republican wrecking crew have been at work for a week digging up the mangled remairs of tIme once glorious G O P Late Saturday evening a part of what was supposed to be Uncle TiffV Little Davidwas found here In town Their labors in old Union will proba bly take up the greater part of next summer Gov McCrearys Cinch The Frankfort correspondent to the Evening Post Tho electionof a United States Senator is one important matter that will be before the General Assembly but compared to the redistricting of the State and compared even to the question of new State buildings is of but little moment The general belief at Frankfort is that exGov James B McCreary live what is vulgarly known as a cinch on the nomination for the Senatorship Of the four candidates Wheeler Cantrill Smith and McCrearyMr McCreary ia considered the ablest pol itician antI the one most likely to rep resent Kentucky with credit In the Senate But neither of the candidates would be a State calamity or a national shame at Washington All are men of more or less force albeit Wheeler and Cantrill did make a few mistakes in joint debate that will be remembered against them so the election ot a Senator is not of paramount interest except to the candidates and their respective constituents Will Begin Early The entertainment of Carter the Magician will begin early Saturday night in order that all who may desire to attend other entertainments that night can do so This will be one of best attractions of the season and the announcement is made so that no one need necessarily miss it Saturdays Foot Ball Game The best game the Richmond Athletic Club has put up this season was the one played with the Georgetown College team Saturday which resulted in a score of 5 to 0 Georgetown has a good team and was in tine trim for the contest and it probably never occurred to them that they were up against it It took but a few minutes of hard playing to show that the two teams were pretty well matched It was a close game all the way through and to the credit of both sides it can be said that it was the cleanest game ever played on this held As the game was tied another will be played at Georgetown Saturday November 23 Official Count JJEPHESENTATIVE C L Searcy D 3210 Wm Harris R 2051 MajorityD 505 COUNTY JUDGE N B TurplnD 3147 Elza Million R 2004 Majority D 483 COU ATTORNEY J Tevis Cobb D 3127 G E Lilly R i 207- 0MajorityD 407- k COUNTY CLERK Jesse Cobbn 3156 John C Hendren R 2042 Majority D 514 SHERIFF John F Wagers D 1 3108 Wm C West R 2030 i Majority D 532 JAILER Jas C Lackey D 3122 Geo W Young R 2082 MajorityD 440 ASSESSOR Geo Nuland D 3119 J W Moores Jr R 2055 Majority D 404- EUTERIXTEXDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS J W Wagers D 3148 J L Carpenter R 2037 MajorityD 511 CORONER Cliff Samuels D 3122 Fred Walker It 2027 Majority D 495 SURVEYOR S F Rock D 3130 S Parrish R 2C32 Majority D 498 RICHMOND DISTRICT NO 1 MAGISTRATE D P ArmerD 501 G B Turley R 415 Majority D 140 CONSTABLE IlFkennedyD 573 T B BondInotR J 398 Majority D 175 FOXTOWN DISTRICT NO 2 MAGISTRATE Thomas Williams D 431 Wallace Hunter R 255 Majority D 170 CONSTABLE Albert Dozier D 450 UNION DISTRICT NO 3 MAGISTRATE J R Berry D 508 D MTribblo R 202 Majority D 300 CONSTABLE Ed Carson D 408 ELLISTON DISTRICT NO 4 MAGISTRATES H Lane R 392 CONSTABLE J J Hudson R 380 John Fielder D 338 Majority R 42 YATES DISTRICT NO5 MAGISTRATE W A Johnson D 263 S B Davidson R 243 Majority D 20 CONSTABLE W E Johnson R 205 GLADE DISTRICT NO 0 MAGISTRATE Jas Lunsford R 461 CONSTABLE John H Gabbard R 400 KIRKSVILLE DISTRICT NO7 MAGISTRATE Collins Coy D 432 CONSTABLE B F Gulley D 423 Henry Hume R 280 Majority D 143 MILLION DISTRICT NO 8 MAGISTRATE D T Bogie R 420 John B Million D 355 Majority R 05 CONSTABLE W H Burgess R 409 Edgar LaytonD 308 Majority D 141 Mill Property Sold C F and J D Cbenault bought the Elliston Mill property from G T John son and took possession at once Mr Johnson expects to return to Rockcastlo county and will again embark in the mercantile business PERSONAL Mr W R Shackelford was in Lex iogton several days last week Mr T Hart Robinson of Winchester was with friends here last week Mrs Hugh McEIwaino will leave today to join her husband in New York Dr Landman the Ocalist will be at Hotel Glyndon today November 13 Mrs C L Myers of Lexington was the guest of Mrs W E Myers last weekSMrs R C Stockton is visiting tier neice Mrs Chas M HarrSat Ver saillesExCongressman Davidson of Stan ford was in town this week attending court MrsElla ParksStone of Reeves City Missouri is the guest of Mrs W W Watts Mrs A T Million returned yester they from a weeks visit to relatives in LexingtonMr Samuels who came home to vote returned to Canton Ohio for winterMrs Bennett has returned after a two necks visit to frinnds in FrankfortrIMrs Harry Stcut arrived yesterday from Lexington to yisit relatives Bourbon News Miss Van Grecnleaf went to Lexington yesterday to spend several days visiting friends Mrs Jesse M Alverson of Stanford spent several days with Mrs Mattie Alverson last week Miss Amy Davidson ol Lancaster is the charming guest of Miss Bessie Turley timid week Mr and Mrs Eugene Miller of Vin cennes md are the guests of Mr and Mrs A D Miller Mrs L P Todd who has been very ill of typhoid fever was reported no better yesterday afternoon Col J W Colyer of Somerset has been in this city for several days at tending the Federal Court Mrs James McKinzie and Mrs Granville Combs of Nicholnsville visited Mis Ed Rowland last week Messrs 11 G Hail George W Wait and W A Morrow ot Somerset were in town several days this week Miss Estello Poyntz of Mt Sterling is visiting her parents Dr and MisJ M Poynls and relatives in this city Mr C T Carrier of Bristol Tennis visiting his brother Butler Carrier and II W Cornel ieon of this county Leslie Shepherd of Irvine who has been ill of fever for several weeks is now much better and is able to be out Editor Squire Turner of the Mt Sterling Advocate was the guest of friends in this city several days last week Sirs James B McCreary in honor of her gLest Mrs Robert H McCreary of Chicago will entertain at cards Friday evening Miss Lizzetto Dickion is visiting iu Danville Miss Phelps ot Richmond is visitingMrs Bonj Buckley Paris Ketituekiaii Citizen Mr and Mrs Robert II McCreary of Chicago arrived Saturday to be the quests of Oov and Mrs James B Mc Crcary for several days The Young Ladies Missionary So cicty of the Baptist church will have a cake candy and salad sale Wednesday November 27 in the Bourne building formerly occupied by H S Stout Mrs T A Garnelt of Cyntliiana who has been visiting relatives in this county was unexpectedly called home Saturday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs Hattlo Garnett Mr John It Clements and daughter Mis Carrie after a visit to relatives aud friends in this city and in Irvine and Estill county have returned to their homo in Platte City Mo Col and Mrs Brutus J Clay entertained yesterday evening at their beautiful suburban houieLynnwood in honor of Hon A M J Cochran and the officials of the Federal Court Mr S M Sanders went down to Campbellsville Monday to put in a good vote Hop is a good Democrat as he is also a good foot ball player and has wade many friends since lie came to our town He is in the Law Department of Centre College Danville NewsSMrs A M Mehn and daughter Mrs R Lee Parrish and two children Mas ter Robert Byron and Helen Dorothy who have been visiting Mrs Lyman Parrish and other relatives have re turned to their home in Los Angeles CaliforniaHandsome invitations have been is sued by Mr and Mrs Robert R Bur nam for the celebration of their crystal wedding next Saturday The friends of this popular couple will be on hand 10 renew their congratulations and to wish for them that the fifteen years may bo prolonged to fifty Dr Do Vault Guerrant son of Dr R 0 Guerrant has located at Stoops this county to practice Jis profession Dr Guerrant recently graduated from the Louisville Medical College with high honors and will no doubt be successful Get the ThiostSOut of Your Food You dont and cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not di gest all that is ordinarily taken into iti It Jets tired easily and what it fails toI digest is wasted the signs of a weak stomach arc uneasiness after eating fits of nervous headache and disagreeable belch ingI have taken Hoods Sarsaparllla at different times for stomach troubles and a run down condition ot the system and have been greatly benefited by Its use I would not be without It in my family I am trou bled especially In summer with weak stoma ach and nausea and find Hoods Sarsaparllla Invaluable Eo BHICKMAN WCnestcr Pa Hoods Sarsaparilfa and Pills Strengthen and tone the stomach and the whole digestive system in his profession We welcome him to his fathers old communltyMt Sterling Gazette Time Richmond Bar Association and the prominent citizens of Madison county will tt nder a banquet to Judge Cochran and the Federal Court ohio isis at the Hotel Glyndon tonight The affair will be decidedly tho swell est of the kind ever given In this city Besides the court officials there will be many guests horn other towns lion James B McCreary will be the toast master RELIGIOUS Rev O G Crooks of Danville preached at Paint Lick Sunday Uncle Joe Hopper is conducting a meeting at Maxwell street Presbyterian church in Lexington Rev Dr Dodge will preach his first sermon at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning Time labbstreet Presbyterian church in Petersburg Va has extended a third call to the Kev Win E Cave of Pa ducahRev James W Tyler formerly of this city was installed as pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church last Sunday morning The Twentysecondstreet Baptist church Louisville now has 1 414 mem ben of whom 141 were received this year The Sunday school is the largest inLouisvilleRey BuniDin will preach in the Baptist church III Itichmond on Saturday and Sunday Nov 23 and 24 at 11 a in and on the night of the 24th at 7 p in All invited Of ille 119 Northern Methodist Con ferences 103 have voted on time new constitution which among other things makes women eligible as delegates to the General Conference Time votes are For 7378 against 2450 As it requires a threefourths vote to carry the movement may fail as the 1C other conferences have votes Rev W H Dodge D D pastor of the East Jacksonville lresbyterian church at the services hell in the forenoon yesterday announced that he had decided to accept the offer to take the pastorate of the Richmond Ky lres byterian church This church is located iu the classic city of Richmond which is noted for its culture and its aristocratic residents In religious matters the are strong and the church which Mr Dodge will take charge of is one of time best and most Influential in that section of the State Mr Dodge is one of time most popular preachers thatoverresidech in this city He is a conscientious Christian gentleman and will no doubt win the hearts of the Kentuckians While the removal of Mr Dodge is a loss to Jacksonville he will find a larger field and it was an offer that he could not well refuse Time Metropolis MATRIMONIAL BuKTovRoss James E Burton and Miss Dlllie Ross will be married at the home ot the brides father Alex Ross at Paint Lick todayL- AMRERv4VILLXAMSPerry Lambert of this county and Miss Mary Williams daughter of C C Williams of London were married at the brides home WznniNa Squire Ariner of ficiated iu a double marriage last Thursday Roy Shiflett and Miss Alice Johnson John Johnson and Miss Phoebe Cox boing the contracting par tiesTAYLouLosoDr T J Taylor and Miss Alice Long sprung a great surprise on their friends by getting mar riod at Irvine last Saturday After spending a few days in Lexington and Georgetown they returned to this city Monday where Dr Taylor will con tinue in his lucrative practice he hiss njoyed so long His bride is a very attractive young lady and has made her home in this city for several years The CLIMAX joins their many other friends in extending congratulations and wishing a long and happy life to bothCoorERTAYtoRMlss Virginia Lisle Cooper of Fayette county And Mr Irwin Taylor of New York were married last Wednesday afternoon in the byI DONT BE DECEIVED I This warm weather viii not last and you will need Boots and Shoes for time chango We have tho largest and most select line ot BOOTS SHOES HAT3 and MENS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond Now Is the time to make your Fall purchases Come early and get your choice See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 300 In Booths Ideal Patent Vici Kid Patent Enamel Kibo Kid Box Calfin heavy soles and light soles hugh heels and low heels shoes for dress shoes for street all one price 4300 See the Famous Stacy Adams Shoe equal to the best and eecoud to none We have them fYi all styles See our double dockers Bear in mind that we are headquarters for the Newest ThinKs at all times in HATS NECKWEAR COLL AIIS and CUFFS A full and complete line of SS MENS UNDERWEAR SuspendersSSocks Handkerchiefs Macintoch and Slicker Coats Umbrellas Sole Leather Lamb Wool Soles Over Gaiters Shoe Polish Rubber Beote Rubber Shoes sad Felt Boots You will find it a pleasure to trade where you can find what you tiWE HAVE T- HEMxIRICE ARNOLD ot0 fitting plaefot time marriage es the greatgrandfather of the bride had been its pastor and the family had wor shipped there for generations Mr Taylor McDougle of Cincinnati waf the best man and there were no bridesmaids After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Taylor left for Plainfleld N J where they will make their ho- meBIRThS STONE To the wife of Rufus Stone on Saturday last a tenpound boy DEATHS BAXTER The friends of Mr and Mrs It A Baxter sympathize with them in the loss of their twomonths old daughter Nellie who died Monday of whooping cougi- iVAtVINELaErnest VanWinkle a well known society and business man of Danville died Saturday of typhoid fever after an illness of two weeks lie was for several years prominent in Intercollegiate athletics and was one of the best men that ever played on a Centre College team MCDOWELL Dr Hervey McDowell one of the most prominent citizns of Harrison county and a well known physician died at hU home in Cyntliiana last week Dr McDowell was the father of Rev Hervey McDowell of Whites Station Ho was a Captain un der Gen Roger Hanson in time Second Kentucky infantry and made a fine record as an officer lIe was an honored member of time ScotchIrish Society and the Confederate Veterans Association for twenty years a ruling elder in the Presbyterian churchand for thirty years the President of the Cynthiana Board of Education CALIJWKLU The Nashville Tenn American says James S Caldwell died suddenly yesterday evening at 630 oclock at the residence of his brotherinlaw John R Handly 521 Woodland street of heart failure Mr Caldwell had just come down stairs and was lying on a couch when he was stricken with a pain in his side He made an effort to rise but failed and expired in a few minutes Mr Caldwell was 61 years of age and had lived in Nashville many years lIe was not married The remains were brought to this city for interment Fri day Mr Caldwell was H native of this county and has a great many relatives hire lIe was a son of Jamea Caldwell who once owned the Herndon farm near the Pond church His grand father wnj Hobert Caldwell who was a distinguished and philanthropic citi zen of tliis county many years ago and rotlllliIonThere died in Richmond Ky October 25 1901 man who pos sessed a remarkable history and one who was well known by the older resi dents of this village where he formerly resided Wo refer to William Rock whose life experiences had reached at least ten ytars beyond the allotted term of three score years and ten William Rock waS a civil engineer and mathematician of wide experience and repute It was he who surveyed and laid out the old New York Oswego and Midland railroad now the Ontario oS Western between Middleton and Oswego It is said his computations were so exact that when the iron bridge arrived that was to span Lyon Brook located about four miles south of this village that every portion of the huge structure fitted into its proper position to a quarter of an inch in accordance with the measurements furnished by Mr Rock lie was not only a wonderful civil engineer but a very religious man as well being a strong adherent to the Methodist belief At the age of 21 Mr Rock was placed iu charge as civil engineer on a road in the South andafterwards was also engaged in surveying the Rochester and State line railroad While residing here his wife died and some time afterwards he married Johanna Royce who survives him He left Norwich in or about 1870 but has visited here since Mr Rock is survived by his widow two sous Samuel F Rock now of Richmond Ky and Wilbur of Callicoon three daugh ters Mrs Hamllu residing in Califor nia Mrs Beardsley near Warsaw and Mrs Hattie Bailey of Olean There was also a daughter Lottin now deceased formerly Mrs F Joseph Schorn of this village All of these relatives at one time resided In Norwich Sun Norwich N Y Going to Ohio Mr M G Drown has recently ac cepted a position in an undertaking tablishment at Washington Court Hftuse Ohio Tfrr Brown has always resided hereand nobody in tho county has more friends lie is an enthusias tic Knight Templar and through that order has many friends all over the state Mr Brown has been in the un dertaking business here for twenty two years and while his friends regret to see Jilm leave town they congratulate him on his getting a better position Thanks Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill has our thanks fora basket of delightful raisins which was presented us last week out of a box recently sent him from California It seems that while Mr Terrill was in California sometime ago he made some friends who are proving friends indeed since they continue to send him from time to time some tbinggood from the Western Eden An occasional bottle of wine or a box of oranges would make any of us feel good and we are not surprised that our Deputy Sheriff has a tender feeling for the people of the next best State in the Union A Plot to Kill What is supposed to have been a plan to assinate Thomas Relaford ni ht watchman at Myers planing mill last Sunday night was accidentally dis covered and frustrated by the timely arrival ot the officers June Hunter who was formerly the night watchman at the mill was discharged about Ion weeks ago and Relaford was engaged in his place This caused some hard feelings on the part of Hunter ant Sunday night his brother John Hun ter and William Roark took the mat ter up and laid the plot to make way with time interloper While they were making their plans they were over heard by a woman who immediately informed Relafordlt stud themes aft erward went to the milland when they rattled on the door Rel ford telephoned the police who came and arrested the wouldbe ocoaooins They were brought out in the city ocurt Mod y mooting And held under a txHuTjol fSM eefa They will be t edDeloNJKeMlltiol this morning The SMB em4 Mcd that they were drunk MM tlwU tbey did no4 know what hbey wePIt dote It k said that they JMK a fwjoqr iwdy to JM away JD after they had rant way with their enemy a TSSEEHAT1McKEESHAVE 1 colonIn Iscarlet cardinal IJotrope cadet blue navy old rose llghtbiue and I26c Fenian Ourembroidsredaibatrouestorwaisting are Ytry popular Uwoycu at UIncb Colors blue perHearyyd U black at JIM per yd Allwool Venetian Minche woven of very eEectlyeI all desirable ahadei of the season at per yd Our fiuInch U nnihcd under an entirely new process giving face of fabric a gray easter blue wine etc at Me per yd Along with our IIDeIfor waists The UUst design Ecrulace striped silk woven on OUR PRINTED FLANNELETTS 17Inch tnllled fleeced back in a very large assortment of fancy stripes flloral and Persian designs in all the newest ImporttdFrench FANCY OUTING FLANNELS Union 35Inch medium weight in an assortment of stripes and plaids light and dark colors at 5c madeIncellent soft finish which makes it adaptable for all purpose at Sc per yd wllhdOWDhouse sackings etc and Issold at J5c per yd andhaspink at 25c per yd blackandlargeTarkty LADIES FLANNELETTE- WRAPPERS warrDtedfat strongly carefulattention linedhoseuanleasat4SandSSc Ladles Caps Iiuii IStartlrOUR DEPARTMENT OF ART DRAPERY For this season has been selected from the very latest designs The selection represents handsome patterns in colorcombination that highclass in all respects Queenetta 36inch wide in green red and blue Our lace and swiss curtain department deserves special comment Swiss curtains 3 yards long ruffles side and end at 75c per pair Swiss curtains 3 long ruffled side and ends at 99c and 150 per pair CALL IN AND SEE OUR LINE Cor Main First St In time Harness Again Capt S F Rock of the Register has been called to take the position of manger for the L A on the work between Irvine anti Keattyville He has been very fortunate in securing the services of Mr Thomas II Pickels to fill the editorial chair in his absence Mr Pickels is a well known and popular writer and his return to the tripod will give pleasure to ail who know him and appreciate his worth No Money Saturday was the regular pay day for the county teachers but for some reason the money was not on hand Supt Wagers was kept busy pretty much all day explaining to the hundred or more of Madison countys teachers why they could not get their pay TIme States money is mighty good but sometimes it in rather slow coming Mr Wagers did not know that the check was not coming until hate in the week or else he would have notified them through the CLIMAX and thereby saved them much trouble A Sad Accident The friends of Mr and Mrs J W Cole who recently moved to Hunting tout W Va regret very much to hear of the sad accident that befell their little son Clayton last Saturday Sev eral small boys at Mr Coles home were playing with a rifle when it was accidentally discharged the ball striking the little boy in the face just below the right eye The wound is a very dangerous apd painful one but late reports say that the child will recover although he will lose the sight of one eye Prof R Lee Davis and Mrs Flora Green left Sunday to be with the dis tressed parents in their great trouble Carter The Magician During the Worlds Fairthe wonder ful Chang Ling Ta magician to his royal highness the Emperor of China performed at intervals in the Chinese Village each day executing some mar velous feats in magic and jugglery which have heretofore remained inimi table secure At the solicitation of the United States Government the Chinese Court loaned their wonderful mystlfler to tide country and while here created a per feet furore try as they would none could fathom the strange power which tillS Mongolian was supposed to possess Mr Carter personally became acquainted with Chang Ling Ta and is today the only American magician who can successfully explain the artifices employed by this clever and resourceful trickster He not only performs of the tricksof Chang Ling Ta but has invent ed many others which puzzle the IrealI est experts The wonderful magician will be at the Masonic Temple Satur day night Nov 16 The Kentucky Beagle Club at Crab Or chard Springs EDITOR SPORTSMENS REVIEW It gives us great pleasure through the columns of your most popular paper to inform the breeders of beagles of different states and especially Kentucky that the inaugural meeting of the Kentucky Beagle Clubwhich come oil at Crab Orchard Springs Ky on the 25th of November promises to be a great success The fact ia the club will offer more attractions than any club In the United Slates lot field trials of beagles And the meet will comprise a tournament of pleasures First the field trials of beagles after woods rabbits which can not be found in many localities and afterward a test after foxes which will be released and last the medal will be contested for after a celebt ted jackrabblt Ad tJefiedjthethousand aUaUjpra at Gentry PIceI nenr Lexington Ky during cent trotting meeting Second there will be present the brat representative fox hunters with their dogs from the National Fox Hunters meet The loses are plentiful and better locality for racing can be fern ad in Kentucky Third the bird hunters fire waiting for the word ar4will be there ready to accept the iuviuiiofl which has LeeR extended to irtnem by the natives for the pri vit Ke pi hanting on their prem 1e whore t e birds have been pro tected for several ytwra and this season ate ahUIdt Variow Mlera have bees resolved from di 8f titJwnoeka n4 thsbe winch we hope will WreiNctMeil at the meet YoukHOw a K awitlui wmta the beat of eT rr tblaei and w know that m Bratehm b j leeirun be told on this oe 1 cTr with herringbone braid 12inch flounce neat fitting inside waist at Me each We advise the trade to give to our line of Fleece Lined Hose fast black at Use per pair High grade iufants pure wool stockings colors pink scarlet blue aud white toes leg plain seamless foot at a pair N are colors yards will OWEN MCKEE caMon We expect to offer all the prizes usually given at field trials and the entrance fee will be only two dollars which can be paid the night before the race each day There will be no entrance fee for the medal frthebe t bea leon thieguounil We guarantee that the accommoda tions will be firstclass at the tale of one dollar per day by the week and good mounts will he furnished at a reasonable price POXEEK HUNTER Lexington Ky General Arbuckle When J W Bell of Topeka Kansas WAS back here on a visit pome weeks ago be hon hlllf Mr M F Arbuckle of Silver rsk the fine bay saddle stallion lieiier Arbuckle 1038 of which he tetnia to be very proud A splendid likeness of General Arbuckle appeared in the October number of the Hors Show Monthly together with a very complimentary article on Mr1 Bells choice General Arbuckle is of royal blood and the writer thinks that he will give a new impetus to the sad die horse business in Kansas He is described as eighteen months old 143J bands by Lynn Boyd 41 by Tom Boyd 90 by Cabehis Lexington dam Clyde T 1745 by Black Squirrel 58 second dam by old Peavine 85 third dam by Sales Eagle fourth dam by Gray Eagle Mr Arbnckle has sent out many good horses in the past but should be none the less gratified at the success of this one and he and his friends will watch with interest the career of General Arbuckle in the West The First Term Monday afternoon on the stroke of two Judge A M J Cochran opened the United States District Court for the first time in our city There hail been a great crowd of lawyers witnesses and onlookers on the street all day and long the hour of opening the court time upper rooms of the Custom House were well filled The opening of the court was very imposing and impressive The officers present were Judge Coch ran Clerk Joseph C Finnell Deputy Clerk Warfleld C Bennett District Attorney Judge J H Tinsley Assistant District Attorney Davidson and U S Marshal S G Sharp GUAND JUKI The following compose the grand fcJackH Breeding Millers Creek Jnlm G Coli batty ville Nevvland Jums Richmond A B Colwell Hazel Gieen J II Pieratt iliad Green W T Worn Danville Wailer Quisenberry Winchester W C Pulliam Braxton Ebb Adams Harrodsburg Monroe Nickell Hazel Green M Forbes Jncksoti James M Otter Darivilli James Brandenburg Rices Station Harvey Spivey Wagers yule Socrates Kinaid Fincostle Harvey Campbell Mt Sterling James D lleise Winchester PETIT JURY WA Haskini Clay City Caldwell 0 ks Elkawa Wm Sebastian Crock- et yule Gabe Powers Green Cris Floyd Wisemantiwn J B Black Wyatt Charles Swift Winchester J C Sebastian Caney G W McCor mlck Winchester H A Hampton Winchester Henry Strong Howards Creek Adgar Hash Hazel Green Jerome Skidmore Stepstoue E B May Mt Sterling J A Nash Win chester Jefferson M Rose Hazel Green David S Stoney West Liberty Riley Taulbee Hazel Green Wm H Prewitt Mt Sterling James Reed Wagprsville R P Rose Stanton Hugh Ketrod Mc Afee Geo Fanuln Sandy Hook W A Harris Wagersvllle S H Burst Pear tree E R W Cox Radical Oscer Cecil Hazel Green Edward Cecil Hazel Green Geo Proctor Winchester John W Howard Ford William Swop East Hickraan Green Johnson Crock ettsville Joe A Stevens Mt Sterling W H Lacky LancasterSThe Bret civil cases oa the docket were those of S S Roberts ot Mercer county who sues hoC N O T P Railway for 30930 for the loss of aa eye and E M Hardiagv administrator of John P Nal y who sees the same railroad for M08W oa account of Ha hey a Mrevaa being killed About twenty prtaMwa from variooa wettoM were browght before the coort LowryShip aid W R Shaek lford were sworn la as pNMtfog atteraeys y s4er djr PIei fhhtiwwti and Hortlu Qoen 4 On Roc to f Richmondm Kentucky or C Mr Otis Skinner comes to tlir Ltx ington Opera House Friday and sat ar lay and Saturday matinee Nov lSri16 He will present the beautiful ft mantic Love Tragedy Frarcrs a Remini This will be time inos t inv nificent production ever seen in J ington The C O Ry will sell ti eta at half rates Saturday Nov It iJ persons desiring to attend the matine Order for spats sent to Manager Kct will recA prompt attention Asks for a Receiver Saturdays Paris KentuckianCiti n says Thursday suit was filed in Bourbon Circuit Court asking tIt a receiver be appointed to take charge the Firemen Fraternity Insuini e Company The headquarters of irs company are located at Millerslm FlI Hnrst is President F JIIIII Geul Manager and J A Gorman s retary The concern was run upon assessment plan and recently an asss ment ofI32 on the the hundred lars was levied Immediately time p icy holders demanded an inve tignti and it was learned that time indeUedn M is about 15000 The President GMI Manager and Secretary claimed t t time company is indebted to them in n large sum but time policy holders say that the expense should have lnu charged up anti an assessment tnale cover them as they accrued and not al lowed to pileup until they bfcaiu a burden Time petition asks that eacli the officers be required to set tip claim and that it be adjudged in wLat sum each of time policy holders is Hal e Time suit was brought by Harmon S as attorney HOWS TIIIJ We offer One Hundred Dollars rr ward for any case of Catarrh linn i not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo Ohi We time undersigned have known r J Cheney for time last 15 years ail Ie have him perfectly honorable in si business trancactions and fnancin y able to carry out any obligations maJ bv their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggets Toledo O Walling Kinnac Marvin Wholesale Druetfsts Toledo O Halls Citarrh Cure is taken internally srI big directly upon the blood systemPricedruggists TeMimnniala free Halls Family Pills are the best 6novlm Public Sale Tn order to wind up the estate pt Thou as E Gibson deceased the nndersiened trill oa Saturday November 30 1W- In front rf the Stable in Richmond Ky East Slain street at a oclock p m sell Publicly the Livery Stable The stable In the commodious and the best located stand in lit city brick and running from Main throueh Irvine street a distance of 390 feet by wide Terms reasonable and made known oi day ofsaleSJAB V GIBSON A Iinr FLORIDA GIBSON 6nor4w LETS TALK IT OVER Enjoy todays Luxuries after You have provided For tomorrows Necessities Youd better deny yourself and your family some things now and carr ln life insurance that will Pro vide a competancy f05Ur old age or and orphans from absolute want- Why not at least Inveti gate time New Perfection Policy or tIme Three pe- rCent Gold Endowment Bond of The Mutual Life Insurance Company Of Kentucky +++ e4 + + + 4tt++++ 4+++ A postal eartl with your name am address well let you all about u J G BECK Jr- Tuit Sptctel Agent Bid Richmond Ky HAVING decided to reduce our II our stock of GLASSand e QUEENSWARE perhaps close out this entire line we have determined to take off 20 per cent on any article in this line regardless needingGlassnear future will save 20 per cent on the investment These prices are strictly for CASH 1 E DEATHERAGE CO The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 13 1001 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store 6febtf Carter the Wonderful Magician at the Masonic Temple Saturday Humo Cooperage Company want thousands of cords of white oak staves srI heading holts 13no8tr Monday afternoon Bales McEl wa f shipped another car loadof fancy horses to the New York market J H Neff wants your Highest market price I160cttt Tteth extracted without pain 25 cents Dn Hon 01- Ulchmol1l1 Ky Mrs George H Myers keeps on han I tine hlack cakes for Xmas and Tli jksgivmg similar in product to her prirr illll cake 13nOtf K Deaiherage Co desire to caM y jr attention to what they have to w y ii rtvrm to glass aud queenware in t papT 1avssi foot hall team of the colored played with a Leiington team li rp Fiiday The local team won with a rr of Ii to 0 Fire on B Street Id fire department was called out Mi lav to put out a blaze on the roof of a house on B street The damages very slight Special Train 1r the convenience of persons at teJni the National Fox Huuten in lit Kstill Springs the L A wit run train No 3 through to Irvine Ml y Nov mher 18 leaving Rich x3j p in Fare one and one U PrIor round trip Approved Tin propln of Cincinnati by a ma j v of 0000on luesdaytoted tow se the Cincinnati Southern to the 1rn Railway Co This will un d ellv prove a good thins for the ra r1 aud now the people along the lia will expect better service Shooting iu Estill- li a fight whichoccured near Irvine la Wfek Ed Pnckett shot and serl woinded a young man by the ni h if Wilson It id said that Inckelt ea to Wilmiiia house and called him DI a ij when the young man appeared Pui kett bVaii nlniolin The trouble was the result of a previous difficulty Commissioners Meet Till Board of County Election Com uiuiatien cotiKistiti of 11 H Colyer Aaiier Bennett utid John B Chenault wt Friday in the County Clerks office niI canvassed the returns for the null ia count Ihpre were found but few res in the tirst estimate Thorn lilts of their count will be found in an tIer coliinm rof Hagcrman Violate The Canto Law A dispatch from Wellsbnrjr VTau the iiicfnnati Pout says UuiverityIresident of Bethany Coflece was fined onlireeInnlmg without a license ami of kill ag more birds than the law allows To Move to Town Jesse Cobb the newly elected Coun- tlerk has advertised for sn e his nock and farming implements and is repaYing to move to town The sale ill take place at the farm near Waco Hturlay November 23 Mr Cobb hI move to tlwn ns soon as his bttsi Ie s affairs can be arranged and will ake charge of his new office Jan 1 Damage Suit Compromised The case oi J O wsley Evans Admin CoOrSyjnisej the railroad haying agreed to theVoodfordrid resulted in a verdict for the Evans Hrs for10 000 which judgment was eVer ell by the Court of Appeals andent bark for trial The suit grew out aUttmernitree years ago I LID ftj d WA1lTEDA smart 15yearaold energetic boy who would like to learn the printing trade None other need apply Call at this office Logs Wanted The Hume Cooperage Company are in the market for 1000 white oak logs Call at their office for specifications and prices 13no Sw For Rent A nice dwelling on Lanaster avenue with all necessary out buildings For particulars call on or address GEO D SIMMONS novlStf Richmond Ky Postponed The Elks Minstrels which has been beetIM UlIP ber befure the Holiday Building More Houses W G Powell who recently bought the C J Chciianlt property will build three tesidcncts facing on North street The contracts for the buildings were given to David Stevenson Monday and the work will be commenced light away At Ml Pleasant Church The UlimensChristian Hoard of Mis sions will meet at Mt Pleasant church the first Saturday after Thanksgiving There will be a sock patty Japanese Lecture and flower show All mem bersof the Boat d and time public gen erally are invited All Returned All the young men who took an ac live part two years ago at Frankfort on the Democratic side from Ikckham down have boen returned to the same ofllce or higher places Only four of the forty Republican representatives have been renominatcjl To Have Lights The Nicholasville people after stumbling along in darkness for a hun dred jeara or more have finally de cided to light up Tiie question of lights was voted on last week and was carried by a vote of 450 to 24 An elec tric Unlit plant is to bo put Jn right away Anderson Salo The sale of Times Anderson on the Sum near Kingston was largely attend cd bv both ladies and gentlemen about people came in from all quarter Capt Thos Fen ill the auctioneer certainly made things pleasant and sold things for good prices both in and out doors Tile dinner was jnst splendid and plenty for nil Bird Tirao Time bird law will expire Friday time 15th when the hunting season will open up in full From the present in dications it will be the best season for quail which Las been kuow1 for several years The birds are said to be of larKQ sirj and abound in great numbers due no doubt to the wild winter and the earlier hatching of the birds To Drive off Blackbirds The blackbirds have become such a neuieauce in the lost two or three years that they make life miserable for the property owners It is said tlMt by burning sulphur under the trees where the birds roost they will be forced to decamp The bulphur should be burned shortly after roosting tithe and a few rents worth will do Jot n whole season 1 Street Receive li The new street running through the old Fair Grounds to the barrel factory haA been completed and was received yesterday by the City Council This street which is a continuation of Esti I avenue makes tho stockyards and the cooper shops more accessible and opens up a great many good building lots The new street will do a great deal in building up that pait of town Small Fire One small dwelling on Irvine Brnet with all its contents was destroyed and another considerably damaged by fire about noon Friday Time houses wem the property of Gov E Powell and were not insured The fire department did some very quick work In getting to the fire and in subduing the flames With such work the boys have made for themselves a reputation as iHre fighters EGGSWe will pay the highest market price for EGGS MILLER 1t BROTHERS I 1tIj 1jo 2tIj cu 1n III Dr Ilobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7lf LoWasted The Hume Cooperage Company are fn the market for 1000 white oak log Call at their office for specifications and prices 13no8r Big Turnips Thl8Tecnis jo be the year for big tnr iJpsas well as big Democratic major ities Peter Barclay of Jtlf H nte orought a turnip toNe le Bennett at he Farmer JJank the other dny that Aelghed nine pounds We lmve had Hsveral lu this ofilcetimat weighed five pounds and thought we had big tur lips but Red House deserves the blue Alter It Government Building The citizens of Lawrenceburg are rery anxious to secure a lovernnieiit building for their town and a great ef fort will be made In time next session of Congress for it If they are successful the next effort will be to have the revenue oflires removed from Danville They think they have a strong pull in that the revenue collections of Antler son are larger than any other county in the districtVbut the good people of An derson will find that Cousin John Yeri kes claims Danville as his home Thanksgiving Rates The Cheeapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to points on Its lines within a radius of 150 miles at1 one and onethird fares good going Nov 27lh and 28ih and good to return until Nov To 9thIleges tickets will be sold at same rates on the day of closing of school on presentation of certificates signed by prin cipal and Halted to day school opens but in no case later than December 4th GEl W BARXEY D P A novI32t Went Down With the Rest Inthe awful wreck of the Republi can party last week many of the mighty went down and were lost Among the martyrs to the causE win that well known warrior Gen Dan R Collier who was once Surveyor of the POt nt Louisville afterwards Adjutant General Commander of the Armies of Taylor and Bradley and n Chairman of the Garrard Republican Committee Although mighty in politics andwar he was defeated for the ofllre of Colin cilman in his home town Lancaster and along with several scores of his kind he bit the dust last Tuesday A Kentucky Tuskegee Prof Parker the young colored man who is President of the Blue Grass In dustrial School at Keene Jessamine county came in Monday to have bin name put on the CLIMAX list Prof Parker is an energetic young man and is doing a great work for his race The school of which he is President was founded a year ago by Prof Parker who under the inspiration of Booker Washington is fired with an ambition to build up in Kentucky an indutrial institution for the uplifting of the youth of his race thai shall rival in im portance and usefulness the famous Tuskogee school HeIR now traveling through this Slate in the interest of his school and says he is meeting with great encouragement wherever he goes Inside Outsids When you pick up the Cii3rvx today and find the inside outside dont get confused nor think for and instant that you will find tho outside inside The inside is inside where it natural ly belongs and there is a little inside outside too Just before went to press last week nomethlug happened the result of which caused us to use a large sized rooster on an inside pageto ether with several other columns of news which went along well with our prize rooster This crowded out sever al columns of good matter which our readere could not afford to miss so we decided to run it outside This ex planation is offered so that you will not think you are seeing double or that we have gotten mixed in our dates The CLIMAX strives to give all the news every week but there are times when the rooster has the right of way For Rent A nice dwelling house with all necessary ouibuildincs on North street For patticnlars call on or address W IL MILLER noC2m6 Richmond ICy There was never n business so good that it would survive neglect Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Office over Middlctons drugstore Julyl7tfTo is praiseworthy but to sacrifice comfort for it Is folly Cut this out ant take it to Stockton Haeans drug store and get a flee sample of Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improvo time appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 25c por box Stockton Hagan 13nolm Father Time at the Court of Love cpuses the honest to blush for gray hairs An Enslisi Author Wrote No shale no shine no fruit no flowers no leaves November Many Americans would add no free domfrom talarrh which Is so aggrava ted during this month that it becomes troublesome There is abundant proof that catarrh is a constitutional disease It is related to scrofula and consumption being one of the wasting diseases Hoods Ins shown tint whnt is of eradicating scrofula completely cures catarrh and when taken in time prevents consumption We cannot see how any sufFerer can put offtakingthis medicine in view oftne widely published record of its radical anti permanent cures It is undoubtedly Americas Greatest Remedy for Americas Greatest Disease Catarrh 13nolm A glance can convey more admiration than a i avalanche of words Dr JWTiltos Electric Courts Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building iiiwOBRA C HART State Agent 27feblyr The amateur writer Is known by his astonishing vocabulary Cares Etzrm anti Itching humors Through The Ifloe4Co51 Nslhing te Try it BB B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain anti sure cure for Eczema itching skin humors scabs scales blisters pimples aching bones or joints holies carbuncles prickling pajn in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Hahn taken internally cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing time blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skiiu Botanic Blood Dalm is the only euro to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Other remedies may relieve but B Bit etnlly cures teals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin JkB B builds up the broken dowii hotly audU1Ak04l the blood red MM noiri hinr Over 3000 solNiItar- ytitiosuieIs of cures by Birtattje Wood Halm K Hlt Dru Me 1 Trial treatment free and prepare i Mr writing BkMd iIm C At LaMa QL DeMrib trotibi aimd tree In4Mtf arie until cured t II 1 I 4 t A BIRD HUNTERS Will need Hunting Coats Hunting Shoes Cor duroy Pants Leggins Gloves Hunting Caps etc etc Sportsmen will find in out store everything needed to fit them ott for the field except the dog gun and ammunition 4 QviDglon Banks b T Foot=PitUng Footwear For MEN 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 Boys Footwear is now the largest in Richmond and our prices are positively the lowest COME AND SE- ECovington Banks Stylish Outfits For Young Men No one surpasses us in the matter of correct attire for your men We shown at all times the newest things in Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Collars Tics Mufflers Gloves and every thing else needed to clothe a man in style from crown to sole Covington Bunks Sellers of Everythirg That Men and Boys Wear A Liberal Reward The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good one Stockton ft Hagan 13noltn Music may sooth the savage breast but verily discord miiketh the gentle savage Last winter an infant child of mine saysElderEvangelist of Filley Mo I gave hei a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup limit tYIIIlItomsIt contains no opium or other harmful substance anti may be given as confi dently till baby as to adult Foi sate by Stockton Uagan 13no Un The confiding woman should study the doctrine of selection TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it signatureisThe solitude of peopielcss places ap peals to time thouhUuleonl It is tasy to Say Be careful hut we must all go from heated houses into chill outer air anti the change sets us coughing and wheez- Ing Avoiding winter colds is difficult curing them is not hard if you take Al- Iens Lung Balsam Better begin when the cold is young and not wait until it settles deep into the lungs for then even with Aliens Lung Balsam com plete relief is slower To realize our folly and fail to rid ourselves of it is to show a double de pravity One Settle Of OEMICKS PEPSIN BLOOD TON withIMiddleton 5unoIy Loverfa nee each others1 yes for mir rors and that explains many marital riddles jo the Public Allow me to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Cough Remdey I hall a very severe couch and coM and feared I would get pneumonia but after taking time second dose of this medicine I felt better three bottles of it cured my coM anti the pains in my chest dU rapeared entirely I am most respect fnllv vours for health Ralph S Myer 64 Thirtyseventh street Wheeling W Va For sale by Stockton Hagan 13nolm Kinds hearts are more than coronets StOps tho Cough and Works off the core Laxative Bromo QLinlne Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure DO pay Price 25 cents They are never alone wbq are ac companied with noble thoughts Vagries ot a Cold You ran never be quite sure when a cold is going to hit you In the fall and winter it may settle in the bowels producing severe pains Do not bo alarmed nor torment yourself with fears of appendIcitis At time first simigof a cramp take Perry Davis Painkiller irf warm sweetened water and relief comes at ooce There w but one Pain killer Perry Davis 25 and 50 cents neverlIINl fJf AW sifMtaN is oil MJ1t ottIN wetie- L4xative omo4 lulrLJ the ivawdr Dwt tII d- rWtI a DO YOU WANT To sell your REtLESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anyJdfltthe particulars as I may he able to help you Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12lec Iv In one sense time matchless mann is the one who remains siuge Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of tim penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot anti a second one halt way through Chamberlains Pain Hahn was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disap penred and no more suffering was experienced In three days the child was wearing her time as usual anti with al soutelv no discomfort Mr Powell is well known merchant of Forkland Va Pain Balm is an antiseptic anti heals such I without maturation and in onethird the time required by the usual treatment For sale by Stock ton Hogan 13noIra Some young men fall in love and some jump in with both feet Woman is often referred to by man as doubling his joys and halving bis sor complimentarylimit time woman For in plain terms it means that where ihinira Ire going well with the man his wife makes threw go better lint when things are going ill with him he expects his wife to share half hs burden And theres more truth than poetry in this piesentation of masculine sel lib ness Men dont ap preciate time ict that the strain of motherhood alone is a burden bigger than all the loads that rest upon male shoulders They see the wife grow thin pale nervous and worn out with out a thought that she is overburdened Among the pleasant letters received by Dr Pierce are those from husbands who have waked up before it was too late to the crushing burdens laid upon the wife and in time search for help have found in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription a restorative wInch has given back to the mother the health of the maiden and the maidens happiness Favorite Pro scription always helps and almost all ways cures It has perfectly cure 98 out of every 100 women who have used it when afflicted with diseases peculiar to women A storm of applause has wrecked many a dryland navigator SOMETHING NEW They curs dandruff Juiir falling need ache etc costs the samoa as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The onl patented Comb in the world People everywhere it hits been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each tiny and the comb does the rest This wonderful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely impossible to breakor cut the halt Sold on 1 writ ten guarantee to give jxrfrct Katisfac thou in every respect Send stamps for one Ladles size 50c Gents size 85o Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce tiiis article Sells on eight Agents are wild with success See wantwl notice in this paper Address D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr Courage is a plant that cannot bet destroyed by plucking it up Tetter SaUKheum and Eczema The Inteee itching and smarting lad allayedbySkin Oimthnent Many very bad zmee have been perme tlycured by it Itis cquaHyeIcient fot itching Piles MI for sore lpp1e chapped ill chilblains frost bite and chronic eoro eyes X eta perbox FerInsttradition Tonic blood purifier and craifuge HMT an not food kwt lIi lLJ jo A J ccoJ zzcLtj OJ j Cf jLlJC THE PIkOFT All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at e flJ THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business MJUHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL jfijfi GOODS The new fall andwinter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I 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 BARGAINS that will be long remembered Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain weightstuffgoods from us as low as 14c per yd on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per yd Come early and take your pick Our Silks Dress Trimminsrs and Velvets are models of beauty All colors in Taffeta Silks good qualty as low as 49c a yd Our Dress Trimmings are brand new no dress is stylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the proper thing in Dress Trimmings OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Flan neletts New Waist Materials Eastlake Cheviots Percales Calicoes Ginghams andmany Fall Fabrics suitable for wrappers dresses etc And our prices on all this stuff will be so low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodate cash buyers with bullion to back them can workmiracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming on goods this fall is all due to this cause Will not permit us to quote prices on goods in our Domestic Department Suffice it to say that OUR SPACE naming prices in this Department that not lyWt 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 SHOES Never before have we been able to offer such values 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 andWinter 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 Ve 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 Here where we knock ern out Competition is found to take a back 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 fire creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at S298 are as good as can be bought for 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and Boys prices from 5 to 850 and 1250 ar J worth doublethe price afked for them Our prices on all coats will be a treat to everybody Call and see them Jackets e d TLIIormde Skir l This is onr banner department We are showing all time new styles in Jackets mill Wraps the short Jackets the threequarter lengths the long 42 inch Jackets are all to be seen here Castors Browns Oxfords and Tans are the leading colors thisseason Our buyers bought heavy in this department They closed out several eastern sample lots of new uptodate garments at prices that will enable us to sell tine Cloaksand npto date garments at about half price until these lots are cleaned up Jet in line and follow the crowd to the Busy Bee Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can get a tit We are showing some elegant thugs in Skirts for ladies Time Pedestrian Skirt is the new skirt for this season We have a beautiful line of them in all the new coloring Call and see them and save paying high prices for upto date Tailormade Skirts looking through our vyrneIl YARE departments admiring new thllJ anti won dering how we can afford to name such low prices on them Dont forget to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters for these goods We are sole agents fo- rSa r m ca Covst And have just received a large shipment of them in all the new styles Try an American Lady Corset and you will want no other BOOTS CLOTHING OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full of the very lest timings in BoysOurprice 25c are being sold at double tho price at other stores Our Mens fleccedlined vests and pants price 23c are a wonder for value You can JIt anything you want in our Underwear Department rE ARE slowing ninny new novelties In our r1mAsi HOSIERY L OJI iiin uivii i Our Hoiserrisall up to date and our prices in pleasing to you Our Hiildreus Hnfrery is the best select ed lot we have ever hind and our Misses arid Ladies Hose and Mens Sox are the tolks of the town Call and see them We are naming prices on Mens Furnishing Goods Shirts Collars Neckwear Iloisery Handkerchiefs Gloves Suspenders Etc that looks like we are giving them away Come and get your share Wnen It Rains DU Set Ot Your BDw JWe carry everything you want in small wares No ons Our buyers petit whole days in time Notion Department and nothing new and pretty escaped their I initwtlryBlankets and ComfortsAre piled mountain high on our tables and counters Never was such values offered as we are giving in this department Allwool 104 and 124 Fine Blankets are being sold at the price formerly paid for low priced stuff We ore selling good 104 size White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink and borders for 48c each Our Comforts run in price from 49c to 498 Our 49c Comfort is a hummer good size and good quality You will be shown beautiful patterns in FrenchSatteen Comforts and Iderdowns We can set you up foi housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them CASH youIcash for them and sell them for cash Then you dont pay for aother peoples bad debts Your money talks OUR MOTTO Underbuy Undersell Cash down when goods tt are delivered Thanking you for past patronage and extending to you an earnest invitation to call and see us and make our house your home willie in the city we are very respt rW D OLBHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US u i T L j 1T I Louisie Atlantic MMSchedule In effect May 1901 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS IKAVE RICHMOND For LmnlFor Irvine 1156 am For Mllleri Creek 3iSO pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From 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i- mUedinePo1is1iII II SILTER b JNEEbNEWC DIV n v Will Cl an Sliver and give It the new look to much Urttirtr t Win Cltin Plate Clan with llttlo labor and alJ oIuti- tWiJllullonQr than any tlivr pnlisb u so little ia rciiilnrl to Jo ttw work Will Not Roughen the Most Skin Will Not IutujiJncnnveaeItnr- tneti IOM It indonrxl by bo beat utbur- Itirs If your dea1rIoa not have It send name and addnaa fur POLISH CO Chatham Pa Z1j11y 6in THE BEST Published In the United for Democrats and for ALL readers is the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal The equal of many dames and thesnperior all other or weeklies Issued Wednesday and Saturday 104 copies a year and you get it for only JOO A The Wednesday Issue is Devoted to Matters the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agent Sample copies cheerfilly sent free to all who will ask for them Write to COURIE JOURNAL Louisville Ey BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET TIlE RICHMOND CLIMAXA- ND TIlE- TwiceaYTeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 YIGORMEN HER 5225InutWasting Ulteue and alt Weaknesses resulting 1mm early or later crceues J1 per 6 for S5 UaKed ta cnjatffreJi on receipt oipiico Zbo ntdedlctno eo SL PAIIIwu For sale by Stockton Hasan Druggists decl9ly Tfi othc rn M1 o OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companie pays to the estate of the dead The Company is nearly 8 years old and has a greater premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company 562000AmountAnyone desiring an Investment yieldlDc large returns during life this Company offers special advantages 75 SMITH BOiAZTVmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky fIC SMITH Pres BAIRD Sec and TreasJ WARE General Manager tJ TIs Mm Oouuty S Surety Co J Incorporated fOffers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT the Market j BEST because willmake you Most Money ASSNlcKELCLASS- I trcoouipIo- UUEEDME YEAR It is BEST because tis no ratio for business on BooksItIt req jires LESS money to complete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company MAGNETIC 1 I 4 J I 4 E F E L M 3 J 0 J rirtuallyGround J itAtrial will orove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jefferson IIOME OF1C1 e No 22 N Upper LEXINGTON KY The Cq7OFHome Fifth and Market Streets Louisville Kentucky itORGANIZED IN 1866 Gen W Morris President Joseph Pettus DirDavid4 T s f J90JtAdmitt 01 I DIRECTORS Morris President W lute Vice President Jas IecrethryJoseph Medical IActuaryFIIumM ttorneyH Capltalfsw Barret Capitalist Tinder Scratch PAPER States remlweeklies News VINE Ivot LOn there high it our St Office Treiis Jeo Steadman Clinton C McClarity Cashier First Attilla Cox President Columbia Fi CoJohn Tmat CoM Marble Works Chas V Edmonds Treaa Lottisvj lie- Tin Stovt Co I 0 J C Beck Jr Special Agent State Baqk TruM Co DEATHS ADAMS Mrs Emily Owens Adams aged 53 wife of E G Adams deceased died at her home at the mouth of Mudco dy creek Satuiday and was buried Sunday Two daughters survive her WABDUOPEK Mrs Maud L Ward roper wife of F L Wardroper form oily of this city died at her home in Oklahoma City last Thursday Mrs Wardroper was a daughter of Mr 0 E Hunley of this city The remains were brought to Lexington for inter went TEVIS Mrs Sallie B Tevis wIdowTh of the late Dr Benj Tevis of died nl ht after an ill hanessthe daughter of the late Colonel Jesse Bayles and was born in Urbana Ohio When she was abrit 12 years olJ her family moved to Lexington where she ofterwards met DrTeviu then a young student of Transylvania University The matriHge took place here in 1856 Her husband preceded her to the grave lilaboutVIverItCpsonI pitooknoticed in the city papers the first of the week Mrs Rock was the second wife of her husband for thirty years they lived almost as one ami in death they are not divided Their bodies rest on a beautiful plot in the Kit limoml Cem etery where with some of their loved ones they will rise when the last trumpet shall sound awl with the millions of this faithful to meet the King of Kingslt is well with them Life was placid and death came like sleep to tired children Loving friends and sympathizing neigh bors did all that could be done for their comfort while living and con signed their frail tenements to the tomb Mrs Rock was born in Cincin natus New York in 1828 llermaiden name was Royce She leaves few ret ativpp all of whom are of distant rela tionship A Call lo Teachers To Whom it Mav Concern All persons of the Eighth Congres sional District of Kentucky interested in proc oting the cause of education are hereby notified that a meeting will bo held in the city of Shelbyville Ky on Saturday morning at 10 oclock No- rvember 16 1001 for the purpose 01 organizing an educational association in the abovenamed district It is earn catty desired that every county be ret resented at this meeting Much benefit can be derived from these district meetings Already seven of our Congressional districts are or ganizedand ninny of them are holding two meetings during the yearaLet it be demonstrated that the edu cational fraternity of our district is en thusiastic upon this important subject With the hope that our meeting on organization will be largely attended we are very respectfully BOBEKT ALLEN BURTOX oShelbyELMER PAXTOK Principal of Central Normal College GEO L SAMPSON Prin of Shelbyvillo firadedSchool M L CnowMxa Anderson county HENRY H WALKER Mercer county Enjfisr SNIDER bpencer county Kentucky Women In the Lead The Christian Womens Board of Mis sions report that Kentucky women gave during the year 1720176 No other State save Ohio gave that much Ohio womens offerings were 18692 48 Last year the contributions for Ken tucky were only J12000 and no other Surpassed this The total from all tb States was 14860267 Kentucky girls and boys also had the post of honor in the young peoples department The churches that made the largest couCh butions were Paris 15945 Danville 14622 and Richmond 145 25 General Miles has shifted sides on the army canteen question and now opposes that institution That is to say he opposes it for the enlisted met of course with the officers mess it is different Big Four Route Magnificent Vestibuled Trains with unequaled dining car service to CHICAGO Lake Front Entrance ST LOUIS Via Merchants Bridge no tunnel BOSTONOnly Sleeping Car line NEW YORK Only Depot in the City Fast Schedules Fine Equipment Smooth Tracks WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Oenl Pass iTt Agx AO P iT Agt I B AgtCINCINNATI C C CLARK Trav Pus Agent Chattanooga Tend The Burlingtons California Excursions Personally Conducted Every Wednesday hipht from Sf Louis and Chicago the HurliiictonV lkrIfrExcurllInsaddition to the protection of pprcial conductors the crowning feature is the runic through scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City These nxt ursions aje a fixture in the Burlingtons passenger service Very Cheap to California and Return f madeSeptemberlimit November 1- 5Homeseekers Excursions to the West and Northwest Including Nebraska Kansas CHI IaWashington sddatestoKansMxer St Paul and Minneapolis urlingtOiltrip and let us advise yon Any ticket canprovidfttlcket8vl No journey to the far west 1COlli plots without the Hurlineton Route as as a part of it It is the greatpstcarrler of travel throughout the lxuiniuaPurciMf It is the najs trneJed road through the West Of Its 80S4 tkUsssw ii8KAW I Lw wixSPACieehtWI0Aia ZtLto Jf 1 L9I1a I0 jazly II Mushroom Farm IloGenOralba foraHe OW forDSname situated miles from Glas R ftwro thomsof tho cave is abcut 50 degrees and does not vary more than a degree the year round Ho has been experiment ing with mushrooms in the cave for some time and L D Sharlot a Frenchman who knows all about the growing them has the industry in charge e first test was not a success but by using a different kind of fertilizer theyof ve hit it exactly und General Bripps now has a large number of mushrooms in the rave which were recently tested and iouiul to be as title as any ever grown lie will send them to Eastern markets Modern Surgery Surpassed Whilo Buffering Ironi a bad case of ies coiiHiiitnd a physician vho ad sCl me to try a box of UeWitttt lIch Huzel Salvo G R Carter Atlautii Uu 1 procured a hox nnd WHS entirely cured DewittV Witch Huzol Salve ii n tsjilendid cure for les Alvin relief instatitIainti varily leemnnieiul it to all Butferers pillsnewiltlanv wise Cuts burns liruises and all other wounds are also quickly cured hv it Beware of couuleifeits IEKUY THOMAS A Historic uildingmTlie old Danville Seminary one of t aheuckywas sold Saturday for 4600 A DniIJA dispatch says The Od Seminar buillingwas the capital ot the District of Kentucky before Kentucky became a State in 1701 In this building was held the Grot constitutional convention in 1785 as well as a number of notable cunven lions for the purpose of considering the propriety and expediency of seek ing separation from Virginia So far as known it in the oldest building iu Danville Shot tly before the war tho structure was purchased and con verted into a Presbyterian Seminary and was used until the erection of Breckinride Hall some years ego tince that time it hag been used as a home for theolog Icnlstutlenls The consolidation of the Presbyterian Seminaries of Kentucky necessitated the removal to Louisville of the Danville Seminary and the old building became useless to the college The Childrens Friend JIlYhtcrollplIronchitlsplaints One Minuto cough Cure novel falls Acts promptly It is very pleas nt to the taste and perfectly harmless C It George Winchester Ky writes crollllatrould hardly speak Wo gave her a few doses of One Miuuti Cough Cure It relieved her immediately unit slit went to sleep she awoke next morning she had no sighs of hoarseness r croup A Serious Charge The JlS mine News says a young man from Madison county came to town last Saturday named Jesse liar vey and proceeded to load upon cheat boizu till he was in a bad way While inthut condition Saturday night he staggered into two respectable young girls when it is alleged Harvey made indecent proposals to them They fled from him to their homes and told of the insulting remarks Relatives of one of the young ladies went out after Har vey to settle with him in short order hut he could not be found at the time Much excitement and indignation pro vailed Harvey was afterward fount candmorning before he Police Judge was held over under 1000 bond to the grand jury which is now in session Tho grand jury returned a true bill against him and the case is set for Friday Dummv Clocks A dispatch from Denver to a Chicago paper says Denver jewelers have be gun a movement to change tho time marked by the hands on dummy clocks to 355 the hour at which President McKinley was assassinated The hands of these clocks the world over which jewelers use for signs have for more tItan thirty years pointed to 818 the hour at which Wilkes Booth shot President Lincoln L Reiche and the Preissinan Company are the first jewelers in Denver to make thechange The Jewelers Association will try to make the movement national in extent Advanced Educa tional Methods The University of Chicago in its plans for extension work during the cominglwinter promises tojjcarry ad vanced educational methods into every town and city of more than 1000 popu lation within miles of that city The University ollicials will do their part in providing lectures the people will show thrir appreciation of the advantages offered by seeing that the lecturers do not want for audiences It is a move deserving of indorsement and support Some Kentucky towns will come within this benevolent provision A Family Affair We looked in on thin court at Somer set the other nay and found it decided in familyaflair says tho HnrrodshurR Djiiiocial Good old Judjo Vorrow wrs putldiig witlt hi3 son Major Sam silting by IllS side ami in the case on hind his son W A was on one side nnd his sons Thomas and Edward on the other It is therefore easy to see that tho fatuity which is a very gifted out was bound to catch em a comin and a cwitio no matter how the head of it decided Jy a highly sensational if fiot libe ons letter Goy Durbin refuses to honor requisitions by Jot Beckarn for the return to Kentucky of fugitives Taylor and Finlcy indicted for complic ity in the murder of William Goebel lie calls the entire case persecution says Gov Mounts reasons still obtain reenforced by subsequent events speaks of the purposes of persecu lion says juries are organized for con viction says the record of previous trials shows that convictions were made upon a mass of selfevident perjury attacks Judge Cantrill l1n 1tho trial mannerjandcandidacv and tells Gov Beckham he will honor no requisitions from him until there is provided an IMpartiAl Judffe and a iiOBpartiwn jllrT Our tr de with Cuba has cMerMMci ww third white thE ie1i 41 tf jrith Germany JIM iueress1 arl J Oh ye trade follows the flag lilt Tux Indianapoliu Sentinel thinks sit is elgniflcant that when President- osevelt asked Booker T Wathlngton the names of Southern men who can be relied upon to do the best thing Cue negro under the circumstances received the names of Denfoerats shows that Washington realizes tlmt e best frieiil the negro has fe his white neighbors of the Democratic pa tty The Republicans South and North are interested in the negro only when election day rolls around Wash in glon knows this and tins the courage to say EO The excuses of Secietary Long for re moving Crowninshielil from the head the Bureau of Fabrication are somewhat amusing First it is said that he wanted to leave himsolf fiPcoiid that the European station to which lie- dha been ordered is teally a very im portant one and third tliHt the change U one that President McKinley piom ised to make Methinkx tho Secretary doth protest too much One thingmay be coiiHidired abso lutely certain if Secretary Long di es not apologize for lila conduct in regard to fccliley nmt not visit thin punish ment mi hose naval ollicerg who have hounded him Congress will Imvesonie thing to say in tile uiitter nUll it wont be in the way coiijrrattilatioiiR either Itlon and be dimmed was the answer of Express Messenger Charles when told that he would be blown up unltiss he surrendered his car Scliey ight just as well have said the same thing to the department It was blown nd it is damned Probably the Sultan of Morocco will feel vindicated when Mr Criillur Is bounced from the Stain Denartment even though the West Virginia Sotia tors may object to Sonaior Lodges h oggingof such an important post U cost General huller a number of thousand pounds to speak mt his mind lie has been rotirrd on half pay Talk isnt alwavH cheap Every man who is not a monster o philfIIIherill Mars hind is itspot gible fur Crown inshiflil Welliimton and Mndd What a trio A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under tha Sun All doctors liavo tried to curb CA IlowetrllIdegasusTheir powders dry up the inucuout uxtinliruiies taiisitiR them 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