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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Ti4E RICHMOND CLIMAX= OLUME 28 RICHMONJD MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1901 NUMBER 27 PROFESSIONAL OAFtDS ArrORNEYS lW MILLER AouEyTLwflg- CuMoD KHirrccrr Ofle n the BurnMfl Building next door to- armara SSt101 Bank feb3ly ScnL tVAN JA ATTORXEVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Bank Trust Co 0fSe over State op lIolllle on Main streetptpcon J V D MOUKNACLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY RKHvovn Offie on Second street over Chen n ts groCerY fl R LETCHER AttorneyatJMw KKXTCOE- YjnyMflii KrvKfSD over Taylor Broil Store JKSON ROBERTS EYi AND- cotNSELIORS Ar LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jii overThnrman Qioct ry Companyg IpIcLA1s I RS GIBSON GIBSON pmWClANii AND SUKGEObS KENTUCKY tHM NU ethioeccIinibtiildiDr1S and po Sec sred o ei Nnlle HS e HOOKER I ETERIMRY SURGEON faiiMte Ontario Veterinary College evnsary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty mi stable on corner First and at StFeetIR1Chm0Kiaprl1y y C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery OiVe Irather Building Main Street ft ne at residence the Carr place on Broadway I jjjjjjjjjjjjjKENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STJRGEBY t LOThOtD- ENTIT T a tt OF LOUISVILLB KT- aOfflce next door to Government Building inSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 111 to 4 oviMy j DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyntlon- Ve hietday Doenmber 11 ur Goods 9 Our prices mpel you to trade with us when you give us a trial iB tn J i cJa3 9H mjJ in11U e ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with nit AND Gibspn1 I am agent for the Page Wire Fencet And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand tin es Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY Kirksrille Ky t1frooII ps gcita r rjhV C c tJJ3n tJtt = w- o 8 r t- If 13 ntW tM JEWELRY Ithe largest stnck in central Kentucky will bo found at BOGAERTSStore For repairing SplitSecondand ++ Swiss Watches also ist Diamond Setting and fine t Tewelry Work done by ft+ Expert Workmen- I also make a specialty of MEDALS DegnlugHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto ANDFAIR Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly Fb0t0err hei 1t Irtfatta HINDIPORESTORES VLTALLT THE GREAT MacleaWell of Me WRENCH REMEDY produces the above result In 30 da Stopsalfdralnaanjbases sanity andConsnmpLJon young Men regain Man ItpvaInthewltlwrittenFor sale by Stockton Ilacan Druggists I Dm f9 Successor to J W Azbtll icy Feei ana Sals Stalk IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27Iy KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs i- nWc1IZil Piperfor Summer and Fal- lComprising trade many pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices ar- eJust Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRYa THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator 17Jantf PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN Kill LWIIY ON KENTUCKY t U SeksJili la fut Hi i 10 KM ASTBomtix Ko L No6 No3- Li Louisville 74Ziam tOOpm 745p Ar SheIbyffle9lOam S3Spm 905pm Ar LarencebgVtOam AiSpm 045pm Ar Versailles 1016am 047pm IdWpn Ar Lexington ia46am 715pm lOJJpia WESTBOUND lr NaZ No 4 Lv Lexinzton73Oam 435prn 515a Ar Versailles 7Mam IIopm 3Saut Ar Larencebc 820am IISJlm L53om Ar Shelbyrlll LlOam 016pm tSOam Ar Loulsrilla ia 0ani 740pm T80ta IASTBOUJID wzsTOUf- Io It No lL ZTU1ONL NO12 No tpm 74Sam Lv Loutsyll Arl T4Opmi026pm laooam LT Larncbr Ar tSOpm 8lOaa 711pm lo43am ArBarqdsbgLr t40pm TJOsm T3Qpm 1058mA t3Qpxn 7IOam- TBOUED WMTB00SD No u tNolPl azozes- tpm N jrtN L1465m Li Loutavit Ar lo40sm 74Opm- Lltpm lOam La SbelbTU Ar IIlom IIl pra- LnPG1 I0a31 LY YeraUeJI Ar 7tOaal r1Opm ll10ftn1 Ar Midway tv 7IOam l4Opm- T4Opm 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SPEAK WELL OF YOUR TOWN Beautify it Buy all You Can and Sell all You Can at b Home It is not thn size of tho town but its character that makes it a desirable place to live in A live and prosperous town is a desirable one and a town may live and prosper and yet be tilllllll Every citizen in town Bhould be Inter ested In its prospeiity One of the ways to help your town is to speak well of it It is true patriotism to stand by your town and self inter eats as well As a man who speaks ill of his family lowers both himself and his family in tho estimation of others 80 does a man who cares little for his arftorspected by others respects himself and his neighbors and patriotism begins at home Another way to hlp your town is to do all you can to beautify it Beautify ypur own property all yon can and then beautify the street lIe friendly toeveryhody and courteous to strangers goodimpressions and cherished Never forget that you are a part of the town and that your deportment helps to make up tie strangers estimate of the place bell all you canand buy all you can If you have means it vest it In sowe tiling that will give employment to somebody Always cheer onjho wan who goes in for improvement Do not kick on a proposed improvement simply because it Is not at you door A town thalis improving is also spreading ontoIf a rich man starts a project encourage him Ifa poor man starts help him Dont be afraid to thrust your hand down in your pocket to help a public enterprise More towns have been kill ed by such refusals than in any other way The citizens of any prosperous town are always public spirited and united Stand together Work together fr the interest of the whole town Al ways stand ready to do your best Dont grumble and spend your time prophesying failure but help to every enterprise a success Every man owes somethingtn thecuramnnity for his SUC- cess be jt great or small Jie energetic- b enterprising and your example will be followed In Florida PUNT GOKPA Fla Editor Climax After an absence of three and a half years from my old Kentucky home and profound silence during all that time I thought it might be of interest to you and my old friends heft behind to know something abcut southwest Florida Punta Gorda is situated on the south side of Charlotte Harbor bay about 25 miles from its mouth Bocca Grande inlet big inlet in Span ish This is one of the largest fishing points in Florida or in the South Two or three solid car loads of fish leave here each day and a few dQf n gallons of open oysters the finest size and quality There are vast quantities of asphalt rock in the river above here that is being mined and boated down to the inlet and there loaded on to larce steamers and sail ships that take it to every part of the worl One large sail ship took a load of 3000 tons to Yokohoma Japan some time ago Punta Gorda has 200ton ice factory undr construction which will be inI operation bv next spring The iceJs to be used in icing fish to Ship north One or two car loads of oranges leave here each day besides what Fort Myers sends up on the steam boat each day Everybody is wild over the fancy sheded pine apple business but not more than one in ten succeed in it Lawyers doctors and merchants im agine that they have only to shed tl e land and set the plants or suckers as they are called and nature will do the rest A bright young lawyer from the northwest came down into Florida und bought out a piney that was in full bloom last spring He thought he hail it solid now he is sitting OIL the fence bemalins his fate Will write more about pines and oranges in my next 5YoursF T PERKINS Dispatches from Ohio announcethat a girl out there whose engagement was broken oil by the electrocution of her fiance for murder is to marry an under taker She evidently looks on marriage as a grave affair M Hutin line started back to Parts to confer with the Panama canal oil cers in regard to devltiug bomecew way not to sell his ditch to the United States Rock=a=Bye Baby These are sweet words but how much paa and suffering they used to mean Its different now Since Mothers Friend has become known expectant mothers have been apared much of the anguish of chIld- bIrth Mothers fricrvJ Is a liniment to be applied externally It Is rubbed thoroughly Into the muscles of the abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they respond quickly and easilj without pA Mothers Friend h never taken Internally Internal remedies at thl timo do more harm than good If s wemaa Is supplied with this sp nd Rai ment she said never fear rUtafcor awl14ig breasts morning lcknsssOuy CftM discomfort vich u4 ly aeowspwy pwg sanThe proprleIorof a large hotel ln TanK Fk writes My wife had an awful tiIM wthMrHnt child During hat sec4 prsnancysMothers FXL4nd wu UM M lbef wa WoN tfa dOcsc aiTtYid It s owfeWy crt Ok MSdIrFI44 f- s tMtde a5 jRALD RQUL4 It C- OAtkn5Qi W JSIAs sW- r =1Mf i Indiana Extradition Law In the discussion1 of the Kentucky requisition cases very little attention has been given to the statutes of Indi ana on this subject which are as clear and emphatic itS time Constitution of the United Stales and even more luminous as to the reasor of the law The stat- litevhmichi was a dopted by time Repub lican Legislature of ISSI sayx Upon the demand of the executive authority of any Stale or Territory of the United States upon the Governor this Slate pursuant to time Constitution andHaws of the Unird States lie shall issue his warrant reciting the fact of such demand and the charge upon which it is basel with the time and place of tIme alleged commission of the offense directed generally to any sheriff or constable of any county in this State commanding him to apprehend such fugitive and bring him before the circuit or criminal judge of thit State who may be nearest or most convenient of access to the place at which the arrest may be made That is where the function of the Governor ends under our law unless a further call is made on him The law provides that the judge shall proceed to examine witnesses to decide the identity of the prisoner and if he be foniid to be the fugitive wanted hall order him to be delivered up to the agent of time State or Territory demanding him If there be no agent present the Iris oner Is to be cuinmiiind toj Iii and the Governor is to be notified of the cow mitment If the prisoner is not demanded bv an agent within ninety days heid to be released As will be seen the purpose of the statute is to transfer nil the inquiry into time facts ot each case into the courts where it properly belongs Tie statute expressly specifies the one case in which the Governor may refuse to is sue time warrant which is in case he is under a criminal charge in this State It also authorizes the judgo to dis charge the prisoner in case he shows that at the time of the commission of the offense he was in this Slate and not in the State from which lie is alleged to have lied but there is no provision for any consideration of even that ques tion by the Governor Time Governor of Indiana is under oath to obey support and enforce this law Its manifest purpose is to substitute judicial inquiry into any ques tlon that may lawfully be raised for such ex parte investigations as those of Attorney General Taylor and Merrill Moores and to substitute judicial de cisions for such partisan ranting as that of Governor Durbin It is Republican law but it is just law for it was adopted when no particular case in view and the minds of men readily agree on what was fair and proper Indianapolis Sentinel ANTITOXIN Fllll SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II DeVanx after several years of scientific expert mnents and study succeeded In laolatlugthe true germ of swine dlaezse and prepared It Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy flogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick twine will save at least 65 percent III case of failure money for serum and syringe will be re easllyadmlnsterrheAotlrox1n holtS to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hoes 100 Antitoxin Syringe 1330 DeVaux Chemical Company 13t Van Bnren Street Chicago 2laprly fGovernment to Aid in Road Making The governmcut now stands ready to examine test exhaustively and report on the adaptability of roan making pur poses of anv material that may be sent it bynriy farmer More it will test nil samples of available material he Mill sehti and report which will render the best service and which will lat the longest As a macadam road costs from 2000 to 5 000 per mile and a differ ence in the choice of the material may make it last from two to thirty years the enormous value of taxpayers of selecting the best material which often costs as little as the poorestis obvious Limited appropriation and a limited force still restrict the labratory which at present is able to complete about twt tests per day each requiring about two or three days to carry out It is therefore confining its attention to re quests sent in from country roll builders and letting tire immense paving material interests go for the present Later on it will take up hue work Any person or community intending to build a road ought to send to it sampled of all materials that are available in sufficient quantities with a request to be informed which is the best for the purpose By so dointr lie may save thousands of dollars in repairs After Thoughts Tim regular edition of this Vise News country newspaper published Wise VaT failed to come out on time Inst week being two days late Tint editoi gave the following reason in explana tiomiFirstWe went to UlgStoiie Gap amSaacnficed fifty cents to hear Sam Cones cuss the world an dance a jig on its culllu Second To rest from that hired feel Ing which the Jones harangue brought upon us we went bird hunting on Wed nesday and got bored again And likea cows tall weve been behind sinceWe now free to confess that Sam Jones on morality the birdhunting on foot Is enough to clog the wheels of the universe much more those of a country newspaper u Mums The Word An exchange says that a man was recently fined 25 for listening to atele phone message passing over a line in which he owned a pliue and afterwards telling what he overheard The theory was th it lJAfft8r con y ere ions over the wire are confidential and the fact that be owned sf phoco jjfive him no right to repeat any thing to might Iwve heard either by acudato- C Otherwise 11fIIt hae a phone yrrti wmtltatthi k podia 1ib tri tiiM you happen to- hMra min MM intefttt MtiftfF thing irtrfcb wwt not lafeodod lor jroqr MM n GettingThin is all right if you are too fat andall wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thino matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver OilThere are many causes of get ting too thin they allcome under these two heads overwork andunderdigestion Stop overwork if you cans but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eatU unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strong without some sort of activity The genuine has this picture on it take no other If have not tried it send for free sample its aIgresabls taste will surprise you BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York 50c and 100 all druggists Freak Farming For freak farming Indiana takes the lead Instead fit depending on corn wheat lye and the manifold standbys many farmers are devoting their time and every energy to raising skunks weasels rabbits frogs ginseng and noxious weeds Indiana has six large skunk farms and tlm industry is becoming so exten mAyo that a trust has been formed TIe pelts are valuable bringing from 50 toS250 apiece according to color the darker colors commanding the best priceAt New Harmon Posey countytlurj is a largo family of Angora cats Her man Euler of that city has made a fortune in them There is one leech farm in Indiana and that is probably the only one in the country For many years farmers thought the peppermint weed noxious Today there are three big peppermint farms in Indi anti the largest being located in St Jos eph county The greatest demand comes from the manufacturers of print fabrics who use peppermint to make the colors more solid The successful peppermint fanner realizes from 75 to 150 from each acre of hislaud A Special Offer f To introduce it quickly into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week for the mouths including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps Time Mirror edited oy William Marion Reedy con lulls the best independent pulical arti clot stock and financial articles dramatic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the Vest A trial subscription will convince you For sale by all newsdealers Five cents a copy 2 per year Write fur sample copies THE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TItEATMBXT BY WHICH UKUNKAliUS AUK BEING CUUtU DAILY IN SIMTK 01 ThEM- SELVES No Noxious Doses No Weakmin of the Nerves A Pleasant ana icsitivo Cure fur the Liqaar Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat inK liquorsrequires an antidote of neutralizing anderadiratimig this and destroying time craving for intoxicants SulTennrs may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show time marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR BUS BANDS CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATHERS II This remedy is specificfordevised and prepared that it ip thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so it can be given in a cup of tea or coffH without the know ilge of tIme person taking it Ilioupainlsof Drunkards have cured theinFelvex with this p iceleS8remedy and as many more have been cured and made tem perate men by having the CURE ad ministered by loving friends and relit lives without their Jcnowlodge in coffrf or tea amid believe today that they discontinued drinkingof their own free will 110 NOT VA1r Do not be deluded by acpareimt and mnisleamhing 1m- provement Ddveoutthe disease at once and for mill time The HOME GOLD CURE is soul at time extremely low prkeol One Dollar thus placing of everybody a treatnient more effectual tlms others costing 25 to 50 JTiiUdlrwtioM accompany ltc p4cka e Speclwl advice kilte- dphy8ielaDllwltereq11 without ex Ira chrgi Seat proepttld to any part of the worid J One Dollar Admlrei iWt C ifilL EDWIN B GlbKB COMPANY 383Q and 23 Markut strut 111ildlA- tmi oerispoudeos jtriotly oonida- tie lulily1yr New York Fashions Panne velvet and fancy silk ribbons decorate childrens hats Escurial laces are in great favor A heavy cord runs through them line is frequently combined with grams A chic gray corduroy gown has belt and vest of blurt A beautiful evening coat is of rich white IRco ever yellow silk Tho neck is trilled with yellow cliiiToii as are the frent edges and bottom The chill atmosphere of late Fall and Winter are hard upon sensitive skins Every lady should keep a tube of Dr WoodnuryH Facial Cream on her dressingtable If the cannot get it from her druggist she can send to the Dermatological Institute 26 West 23rd street It costs 25 cents I believe- A darkblue felt hat may be simply trimmed with darkblue ribbed ribbon A new pin is very pretty in design It represents a spray bf mistletoe with two leaves stand in ont on either side The berry is a tinted pink pearl and is rihit between the leaves Black satin slippers show close em broidery of tiny gold head on the toe and a wee black satin bow also bended A purewhite frock Imiy be trimmed with cream lace with delightful elTccl An elegant costume is of black lace over white silk A little pink panne velxet on the todice enhances it im men ely Among lovely souvenirs for time hoi days shown by Lord and Taylor is a tine white leather purse with gun met al corners Another specimen also of white leather has a line of red stones just inside the edge and peep- Ing through the leather in a way to cnivey time impression that they have no metal stting Many lace trimmed handkerchiefs have the lace set on with a beading A pretty set of turnover collars is of linen stitched with red Another chic set shows a narrow hinmtitched edge above which are two rows of simple lace stitches Above these still is a line of black French knotc Stylish umbrella handles are of all jet Some show straight ends while othere are tripped witlf a large ball Among pretty hat pins is one repre senting d ragon fly with a diamond in its head Another shows a crab with a diamond in its claw Blackandwhite brocades come in richest designs and are most elegant when trimmed with pure white Irish lace either pointed Ireland or Irish crochet lace Very serviceable and pretty corset covers are woven of silk The corsets of It G make are always seen upon the counters of uptodate merchants anti enhancing the contours of lovely upto date women Habit back skirts are very fashiona ble They flare to the extent of four yards or more around the bottom The closure is usually at the left side Some jaunty short jackets ni loose shape are made of tucked tuff la and clo h Separate waists are tucked and lay ishly trimmed with lace passemente rie or embroider Lace Is tether mor generously favored EVELYN CABLE Reliable and Gentle A pills a pilleaYII the saw But there are pills anti pills You want a pill which is certain tlmrouuh and gen tie Mustnt gripe DeWittV Little Early Risers fill the bill Purely vug tahlt Do not force but assist the bowels to not Strengthen and invigorate Small and easy to take PERKY and THOMAS SwearIThere is a newspapar in Ivamaa whose motto is Lie Steal Drink and Swear and it is thus explained by time editor When you lie let it be down to pleasant dream when you steal let it be away from immoral associates when yon drink let it be pure water when you swear let it be that you will patronize your home paper pay your subscription and not send your job work away from lipme1 A Physician Testifies hI have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have never Used anything in my life that did me the good that tlideaya County Physician lieo W Scroirgs of Hall comity Ga Being a physician I have prescribed it and found it to give the best results If the food you eat remain undigested in your stomach it decays there and poisons the ejetem You can prevent this liv dieting but that means starvation Kodol Dyspep ala Cure digests what you eat You need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation The worst cases quickly cured Never fails PERRY AlHoiiAS A Monster Gas Well A special from Ashland Ky Nov 15 h saysTimo largest gus well in the world h spouting fourth something like 26000000 cubic feet of gas every twentyfour hours near Weston W Va and aU efforts to control it have been fruitless The roar of tho recap ing gas is such that persons are unable to sleep two miles away Men working near the well timid necessary to stop up their ears with wax in order to pre servo their henriiig One man who declared that he was not afraid of the noise from the monster well ventured too clote to it and has entirely lost his hearing The pressure of the gas as nearly ns can he a certaned is uhoul 1100 pound to the square inch When the gas was II11welJihg were blown from time well and Hlntont uver tlm derriiki At six ceiita a thou sand feet gsa valued at 2 is wasted every day Ad efforts belllJI trot the well have been Wbuii tie prMMuns fills oil a little when an attempt will be made to Mintrol time flw The well is owned byT N Barns dallk who lies Tour other wells on a reafieef 30000 acres which are pro ducing an aggregate of 60000000 feet adav Now it w aid that old Putnam ilklui leave Ida plow 8Iul6 ylnii far khe out toJpt 8irorat klw that tdidnt K 11opJ4Jwi a hwndi d Mepa and leave thMt IB MM lurchir Stln is Hiirtary A hetnliidyeies tnm Dow IONS poM U Ulsy VCR W M tht SeWy dWq4 witi Thi blo oS SiQdJa You KnowT- hat Baggies Carri SlOchraper good Youj LOUIS GUS STRAUS teGreat Fall Opening Sale CLOTHINGGREATEST CLEVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY School Suits 49c 1 49 50 andup J Mens Fine Cassimere Suits 99 and 99 4 FancySuits 4 John tt Boys Black largest celebrated 300 dozen regular price 1 50 2 00 CentsWhich less than Cost We have just received Fall importations our Department and to you the largest best most complete line these goods Kentucky This department in charge Richard Shryock who will be you our jt MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON i LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING oil Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful r medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough Price 60c Trial Bottle Free and sweat have no effect on harness treated Eureka liar ness Oil It re J damPjkecpsh roujbsurids harness not only keeps looking wears twice f as long use otEureka- IlaruensOil Sold everywhere in all Mideby Standard Company 1 S rDo tad are from to now than they were a few weeks ago We still bare 2 2 2 3 is our in is J 0 I 1 t All 8 1 with like new but by the cans ileci lK f BeautiesFor We have the best flowers that can be produced Our Floral Decorations are beauties We possess and practice the necessa ry KNOW HOW mar Each order receives our personal attention BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers Everywhere Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The FARMERtI Both One Year For p150 Thin OHIO FARMER Cleveland 0- is best agricultural Rtock market smut liouie weekly journal nt country For every mombfr of tht family It tells how to nmfcn the farm pay and tIme homo happy It hs 20 pges every week of fn 24 pages Most complete and reliable market reports Lar 8t HcitMi ataff of practical editorsiMdcormfHMMtants all farmers No wide aWAkfrnr will hwitb Jimmum4 nxPrlCo lUubmoadtlt qualItycost more another season prices of materials are going K1 up ij1k1 Donelson Prop Mens Clay Wor j sted Suits 4 99 t The and finest I line of Suits every shown t in Kentucky from the firm of Alfred t Benjamin Co N Y Shirts and now 98 Tailoring we are ready show and of in of glad to show line Ran go time live i fibliday Suggestions Here is the making of a Happy Home And here is where your friends buy The whole family can participate in the en Joyment which comfortable CHAIRS and ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year Framesehmavenice line of an les Desks And many other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Ialj3Iy KENTUCKY WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY OUR MidSummer CUT PRICES are now in full force Onefourth to onehalf off The finer the goods the bigger the discounts Good papers from 3c on up in price Window Shades JO 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade andwe make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for 1JO pure Linseed Oil and fJfWhite Lead at factory prices freight added Largest stock of Picture Framing materials in the State We will framo vonrniclures in uptodale styles for little money Dont forget that vou will byhaving+++ + + + WILLGINGtlInnnrlctnrpr kinds or purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 2Ol West Main Street RICHMOND KY J WHY NOT BUYTHE BEST For Rubber Stamps No75S- tanding Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse W also make a full tine of High Orate Vehicles sad Harnesa Send for Catalcgue and Price List COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen Rock Pa J 258ett6l CALL AT t+ THIS OFFICE + + 1 he Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT President A D MILLER Manager ROBT8 CEOWE Editor WEDNESDAY XOV 27 1901 rUBLlSHKUCVEKY XTKDNIC8UAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated TOMORROW Is the day set apart by the President of the United States and the Governor of the Commo w filth as the Thy of thanksgiving and piayar It means more than eating a big dinner and killing 1 lot of birds W t are told that unto whom much is given of him shall much be required We live in the greatest ngi that the world has ever known Ve have the grandest govern ment in the worM 0 ir is the best State of the sistrrlnxvl and if there is any bettor county in Kentucky than in Madison nobody has ever found it out We have plenty to eat and clothes to wear and some of us Lave enough money There was never a time when more work was being done or more business transacted in our city It has been n long time since cattle brought as good prices as they are bringing this year The corn crop is short but the price is doubled so the faimer looses nothing We have good schools and good churches Nobody is complain lug of lark of work and nobody is crying hard times We may well say that we me a happy and prosperous people But on our great feast day of the year ench one should look around and see if there is not some one who does not have an opportunity to enjoy all the good things We should not be lost in our own selfish interests but in being thankful should help some one else to be thankful too Ho who gave us all the good things can also take them away If drunk with sight of power we loose Wild tongues that have not Thee in awe Such boasting as the Gentiles use Or lesser breeds without the Law Lord God of Hosts be with us yet Lest we forget lest we forget Joint Alumni Association The Alumni of Central University and Centre College living in Louis vile mt Saturday night for the purpose of forming an Alumni Association in that city Mr Benjamin S Washer formerly of Centre College was elected chairman of the meeting Addresses were made by several of the most prom inent business and profeslonal men of that city representing both colleges The object of the meeting was to pre Ilire for a banquet to be given at the Halt House tomorrow night after the C U Y M C A game It is thought that there will be qbout 150 guests present at Urn banquet- Dr Roberta President of the consoli dated college will probably presid as muster and Cot W C P Breclin ridge Gov J C W Beckhain and the Hon Adlai Stevenson will be invited to respond to the sentiments on the pro ramme The various branches of the college will be represented on the toast list One of the faculty one of the older alumni one of the younger alumni and one of the athletes will beI asked to make addresses The Asso ciation will doubtless promote good fellowship anying former factions wiping out the old feeling Daughters of the Confederacy The meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy at Elizabethtown was a most interesting one The following officers wore elected for the ensuing yearMrs S 11 Arnold Covington Presi dent Mrs Sulzer Maysville First Vice President Miss Florence Hall Elizabetown Second Vice President Miss Rose Shelby Todd Owensboro Corresponding Secretary Miss Lucy Brent Arnold Newport Corresponding Secretary Mrs J M Poyntz Richmond Treasurer and Mrs E B Harrison Lexington Historian The following resolutions were otTer ed and adopted Itttotveil That the graves of the dead women of the Confedsracy be decor ated on the second day of June the birthday of Gen Ben Hardln Helm The meeting adjourned to meet at Newport October 27 1902 CFiBrowerCoi LEXINGTON KY 0Made smooth some centuries ago By praying Eastern devotees Blurred by those dusk r naneles feet And somewhat worn by shuGinj knees Inlsp- ahanAnaa1 Sale of Oriental Rugs Once a year we import a large number of ruga for special selling this is the time for our sale and we have just opened TWENTY BALESof the choicest lugs onthe market Our well known policy of selling these Rugs at import price plus the freight willbe strictly adhered toin thie sale This- collection is composed pf the best specimens of the weavers art and in colorcombina Lions texture and de signs is splendid AH the Famous Makes FBrower COil AUf AND BROADWAY It4lNGTQr T 44 PERSONAL Squire Armor was in Cincinnati MondayRev W McGarvejr was in Winchester Sunday Irs MaUlIacker of Irvine was in the city Saturday Miss Mary Mathews is visiting Mrs J V Logan at Danville Mrs Claude Smith hiss returned from a visit to relatives In Irvine Mis McGular of Shelbyville is the guest of Mrs Hugh McLellan Miss Jessie Walbeck of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Hugh McLellan Mr Wm Denny of Paint Lick spent Sunday with friends in the city Mrs W W Watta spent several days with friends In Lexington last teekMfs Lucy Adams who has been quite sick was reported much better yesterday Joe S Gardinerand Mis Myrtie Wit liams of Iryine were in the city Sat urdayMr Marshall Moran of Campville Fla is the guest of his sister Mrs Roy White Miss Sallic Tevis of Winchester is the guest of Mrs W A Langford on High Street Miss Mabel Mason has returned from a two months visit to relatives in St Louis Mrs C K Oldham of Mt Sterling was the guest of relatives here several days last week Messrs Ansil D Miller and Neale Anderson are slaying birds this week in Jackson county Miss Van Greenleat has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Massie Denny in Lexington Mrs Addle Hunloy returned Saturday trom a visit of several weeks toI reatives in Oklahoma Mr and Mrs it J Williams of Fal mouth were the guests of Mr and Mrs n A Woolums Sunday Miss Jaule Felaud and Mrs Elmer Deatherage wHl spend Thanksgiving with fi lends in Lexington Miss Annie Milward of Lexington arrived Saturday to be the gust of Mrs Clark Kellogg sIr S A 0 Bullock has gone to Chattanooga to purchase a new engine for the L A railroad Prof R Lee Davis returned from Winchester Saturday to spend a few hays with his family here Rev Edmontl Burnam of Virginia was the guest of his brother Major C F Burnam several lays last week Col W B Wilkerson of Lexington was in the city several days last week to visit Mr and Mrs W W Pigg Mrs R B Terrill and children left yesterday for Lawrenceburg to visit Mrs foal P Suyder and other friends Dr Eugene F Hume of New York arrived last week to spend a few weeks with his mother Mrs Eugenia Hume Mrp J M Poyntz attended the State meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy at Elizabethtown Iast week Mrs C G Crooks came up from Danville Saturday to spend Thanks giving with her mother Mrs Wm CroweMrs Sallie Miller returned Friday from a visit of several days to the fam ily of Mr Nicholas McDowell at Danville Mr and Mrs John D Allen of arj lisle were the guests of Mr and Mrs J W Zaring at Hotel Glyndon several days last week Misses Elizabeth Taylor and Flor ence Chenault left Monday for St Louis to spend several weeks with Mrs Vernon L Beggs Mr Joe A Cohen soliciting gent for the Central Stock yards was the guest of his son Mat S Cohen sever al days last week MessrsR W Miller and J A Sul livan were In Louisville last week attending the meeting of the Kentucky Bar Association- Mr and Mrs Robert II McCreary left Friday for their home in Chicago after a pleasant visit to Col and Mrs James B McCreary Miss Kathleen Poyntz and Miss Jane Breck attended the meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy at Elizabeth town last week Mrs McFerran Crowe and little daughter Elizabeth of Versaills and Miss Elizabeth Walker of Kansas City are the guests of the Misses Crowe Mrs James Willoughby and Mr and Mrs Masters who were the guests of Mr and Mrs Elmer Deatherage have returned to there homes in Lexington There will be alop at tlio Masonic Tflmple tonight given by the Rich mond League Club The music will be furnished by Prof Walkers Orchestra Mrs French Tipton has returned from a visit to relatives in Frankfort and Danville and will spend the win ter with Mr and Mrs Sam Bennett at White Hall Among those of this city who at tended the National Fox hunters meet ing at Irvine last week were Misses Kate and Carlisle Walker Sue Hume Laura Bennett and Kate Smith The Prandennial Club was delightfully entertained Friday night by Rev Hugh McLellan Tho subject under discussion was Mthe JuterUrban railway and vas ably handled by Messrs C E Woods A W Smith C H Vaught and R E Roberts ExGov Jaws B McCreary and wife of Richmond and their son Mr Robert H HcCreary wife and little daughter of Chicago were in the city today Mr McCreary Is connected with the internal revenue sarvice in Chicago and is with his parents for the Thanksgiving festival lIfe wife who is a charming lady was formerly Miss Newberry daughter of Congressman Newberry of Chicago Lexington LeaderHon Lawrence Reichert recently elected to the Legislature from the 17th District of Louisville It being com posed of thd 4th and 5th wards and heretofore having gone Republican was handsomely elected by a large Demo cratic majority Mr Reichert is at present in our city were his many friends will welcome him in his old capacity as special representitive of the noted Frank Fehr Brewing Co of Louisville RELIGIOUS The Paducah Presbytery at its meet Ing last week refused to accept the resignation of Rev W E Cave D D who was recently called to a church in Petersburg Va The Union Thanksgiving service will be held tomorrow at 1030 oclockat the Methodist church The sermon will be delivered by Rev Wilson A Eisen hart of the Second Presbyterian church t The average salary of the ministers of the Gospel in the United States is placed at 400 per year and it is suggested that here is a goodfield for Car negie to dispose of some of his surplus millions to a good purpose by supple menting their meagw pay with gener ous gifts North Carolina pastors says the Raleigh IX C News are noticeably considerate The Rev Jesse H Page while preaching at Morgantown a re cent hot summer evening dropped his voice almost to a whisper saying I hope the brethren in the rear will ex cuse me if they do not hear If I talk louder I will awaken those in the front pewsOn Sunday night the services at sew eral of the city churches were suspend ed in order that all the ministers and the several congregations could turn out and give the Rev Dr Dodge a pul pit welcome at the First Presbyterian church The services were of a very pleasant nature and were much enjoyed After a short talk by the now pas tor the other ministers were given the opportunity to talk to welcome the new brother to the city and to time Min isteiial Association MATRIMONIALMASTERSMASTERS and Miss Lucinda Masters both of this county were man ied by Squire D IV Armer last Vediiesda- ySTiNErrBnMKThomas Stinnett a Jessamine county farmer and Mrs Martha Brank of Faette were mar ried by Squire Armer in this city Fri dayTAYLonBuuToGeorge W Taylor a farmer of the Waco locality and Miss Arzelia Burton of College Hill were married at the brides home last Wednesday CAIXHEXDREN Prof Peyton Cain the well known teacher of Waco and Miss Oeulah Hendren of Rnthton will be married tomorrow at the home of Mr L A Weaver ntar Waco James Meridy of Baibourville Ky has a matrimonial record that will be hard to beat He was divorced from his thirteenth wife last week and married his fourteenth one hour later Metidy is forty years old and in appear ance resembles Buffalo Bill Four of his wives are dead nine have been di vorce and the fourteenth was a widow The engagment is announced of Mrs Lane widow of Thomas P Lane and daughter of Senator Blackburn of Kentucky to the Chevaliar Treuta nove the wellknown Italian sculptor In January the Chevalier and his bride will sail for London where Mrs Lane has large interests inherited from her husband and where they will take a house for the spring season FAKHISBEASLEY Mr Sam Farris of Silver Creek and Miss Ina Rae Beas ley of this city will be married at the brides home next Wednesday evening at 8 oclock Miss Beasley is the hand some daughter of Mr E H Beasley the well known mail agent on the Maysville train Mr Farris is a very popular young business man of Silver Creek and has a great many friends all over the county- Ri1cKEnBAumisrtRKOne of the pret ties weddings which has occurred in Madison county for some time was that of Mr J W Butnstark and Mrs Belie Rocker both of Waco lie is a prom- Inent business man and is one of the firm of the Waco Millinery Company Ml Stuffed Up Thafs the condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in the morning Great difficulty is experienced in clearing the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell anti hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stomach and affects the appetite- To cure catarrh treatment must be constitutional alterative and tonic I was adlcted with catarrh I took medicines of different kinds giving each a fair trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly hear taste or smell I then concluded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and after taking five bottles I was cured and have not had any return of the disease since ECOCTE FORBES Lebanon Kim Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrhit soothes and strength ers the mucous membrane up the whole system while the bride is a very popular lady and a beautiful Christian character After the ceremony the elegant dinner was served Besides tho relatives of the bride and groom those present were JudgcJanics Henton of Winches ter Mr and Mrs Willian Bdntqn Mr and Mrs George McKinney and Mr A B Beasley BIRTHS DOUGLAS On Sunday morn ing to the wife Harvey Douglas a boouncing boy Alfred T Another trood Democrat DEATHS GAKBISON Charles Garrison died Mondaj at the home of his brother William Garrison near town on the Otter Creek road He had been ill of consumption for several months Bur rid in the Richmond Cemetery Mrs Pattie Gilbert Jones died at her home at Blocktock C last Thurs lay The remains were brought to this city for burial Saturday Mrs Jones was a native of this county and was a sister of Mrs W 0 Chenault and Mrs Sue Dudley She was the wife of James W Jones formerly of this county and who has several broth ers and sisters living here now Mrs Jones was in estimable Christian woman having a irge circle of friends who deeply sympathize with the be reaved family in their sorrow New Deputies Along with the changes in the county offices there will ben few transfers of deputies Mr James W Wagers has accepted the position of Deputy Circuit Clerk under his cousin Stant Thorpe Time former Deputy R n Terrill will hereafter assist Jesse Cobb in the office of the County Clerk B P 0 hlks Richmond Lodcje No 531 In accordance with the rules of the Order Richmond Lodge No 531 an nounces that memorial services will be held in its lodge rooms at 4 oclock p in on Sunday December 11001 Appropriate music mId eulogies will be given by members and friends Brothers of this and sister lodges and friends of thc rder are cordially in vited to attend GuidoS Hard Luck The confectionery and restaurant bus iness oi Guido Bianckc at Cynthiana was closed by time Sheriff last Monday It is fald that time liabilities will reach S while the assets are very small Guido was for a long time a popular clerk in Joe Giunchiglianis establishment and his friends here will be ex ceedingly sorry to hear of the mis fortune that has overtaken him He left here several years ago to go Into business on his own hook in Cynthi nna B J Newlon Sells Out Editor n J Newlon who was once editor of the Herald now ihe Climax and who is well known to many of our readers has recently sold Owenton Herat dand will fora while retire from the newspaper business He proba lily thlnksbe is out of it for good but no man after as long a term of services Bro Newlon has had has ever been known to quit The Herald will live to be as useful in the future as it has been in the past under the care of editor F C Greene Smallpox at Red Lick A well developed ease of small pox was discovered Monday on the Webb farm on Red Lick Sheriff Colyer was notified of it and began at once to take vigorous steps toward isolating the disease Guards were sent out there yesterday and the place will be well quarantined to prevent any more cases This is the first appearance of small pox in this county for a year or so and it is thought that it will not spread as the closest watch will be kept on all suspects eBright Prospects Within time last ten days work has begun on nine new buildings in this city and several more are to be started as soon as the labor can be had Since July there has been more buildings than was ever known here and the end is not yet Our contractors have had all they could do and have experienced 1 great deal of difficulty in getting men to do the work Every kind of busi ness is looking up and the prospects are favorable for much greater improvement in the future Bo Thankful far IM Infirmary At tho Thanksgiving service tomor row morning it collection will betaken up for the benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary It has been said that un less the money to defray expenses is raised that the institution will hare to be closed Every effort is being made now to raise the money to save the In firmary for tIme county So tem lI1bel that you have an opportunity to give and that every dime you give counts and come out tomorrow and show your appreciation of the great institution bv contributing little toward its support Arrested on Suspicion Alex Bontly a colored boy about 20 years old was arrested Saturday on sims picionas conclusive evidence is thought to have been obtained that he- t knows something about tIme theft ofa horse belonging to Mr James SmIthof White IIaillhe horse was taken about a week ago and nothing has been heard from it since Bentlys actions aroused some suspicion and he was ar rested at once Since his arrest he has told many different tales but so far tins denied that be knows anything about the horse He will bo heard III the County Court today I Rev E Durnam This scholarly and accomplished minister preached on Sunday last in the Baptist church a discourse full of truth power and eloquence His sub ject was the Duty and Necessity of Obedience to the Commands of the Master Those who heard him were fortunate indeed anti the most profound attention was was given him by the intelligent and appreciative audi ence Mr Burnnms presont residence is Sterling London to Va lint he was born and raised In this county where he is greatly beloved He left here on Monday for Colorado and New Mexi co AnolherStrlke Considerable excitement was crea ted at Lawrenceburg Saturday by the discovery of natural gas at the Bond and LtllarJ distillery near that city where the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse comiiany was drilling for water The gas was struck at the depth of about 135 feet and becoming ignited burned steadily for several days without perceptible decrease in the flow The company will continue drilling for the purpose of developing the supply This discovery has again Started agitation for the organization of a stock company for the purpose of prospecting for gas or oil Skipped Away A warrant was recently issued for Speed Gilbert colored for obtaining goods under false pretense but he gave the officers the slip and boarded a north bound train and is now proba bly enjoying the freedom that Indiana gives Gilbert lived in the Speed well neighborhood and his reputation is not an enviable one lie is charged with having purchased several ai tides from McCl in locks saddlery on an or der from Mr J W Bales When Mr Bales was informed of the fact ho denied having given the order Time warrant was then issued but time man had skipped amidso far nothing has been heard from him Gelling Ready for Work The engines derricks and machinery of the Madison Oil Company ar rivcd at Berea last week and a full force of workmen have started to put timings in order It will take about ten days to get ready to start and then the drilling will commence in earnest The works will be in time same locality that the prospectors tested with such success iu the summer and it is con fidently expected that before many days the Madison oil fields will furnish fresh news for those Interested in oil The promoters of this company have made a still hunt but now they are as sure of success af if they had already struck a cusher Teachers Organiza The Eighth Congressional District Teachers Association was organized at Shelbyvilie last Saturday Prof R electe1PresidentStanford Secretary and Treasurer The meeting was largely attended and much enthusiasm was inanifested The Association which will meet semiannually will next convene in Har rodsburg on thesecond Friday in 1001 remaining in session two APIiII The aim of tIme Association is to promote the interests of education and to elevate tIme profession of teaching The program for the next meeting will be ready for distribution January 1st and anyone can secure a copy by address lug the secretary William Hawley Smilbj Concerning William Hawley Smith who will be at the Masonic Temple next Monday night time Denver Jour ual says Mr Smith is a full man Mong educational lines an ardent advocate of the new without letting go of what is valuable in the old Tray eling from state to State the entire breadth of the Union he has had op portunities for observation unexcelled by any other public man His intimate association in early life with school work as teacher and superintendent lift literary labors later and his active DDN T8 DECEIVEDJ J i This warm weather will not lasfand you will need Boots and Shoes for tho change We have the largest and mobt select line ot BOOTS SHOE HATS and MENS I FURNISHINGS be found in Richmond Now Is the time to make your Fall purchases Come early and pet your choice See our Famous Queen Quality Shs for Women price 300J- nt Bootlw Ideal Talent Vici Kid Patent Enamel Kibo Kid Box Calf in heavy Boles and light soles high heels and low theelslehGes for dress alloes for streetall one price 300 See tIme Famous Stacy Adams Simoe equal to time best and J ecoud to none We lmaethmem in all styles See our double deckers Bear in mind that we mire headquarters for the Newest ThinKs at all times in hILTS NECKWEAR CfTitA ItS and CUFJK3 A full and complete lino of J MENS UNDERWEARf SuspendersSocksPohishm Rubber Hoots Rubber Shoes and lolL Boots You will find it a pleasure to trade where von can find what yo- uwantWE HAVE THUJC it RICE ARNOLD po participation for a time IB time business world have tended to make what may be termep an ailround man When ha speaks to an audience be carries that audience with him and while occasionally scoring an ineffi cleat and ignorant teacher and super intendent lie hesitates not to com mend wheu Opportunity offers He left Colorado With the enthusiastic ad miration of scores of friends mado dur ins is engagement here Beel for the Britons The Lexington Herald says Tie last of the shipments of fancy beef cattle to the English markets was made Saturday by Mr O Alexander Sr The lirdt lot consisted of 237 head averaging 1570 pounds Before this shipment was made there were 900 head roaming over the pastures of tile Alex ander farm imear Hutchinson Station Ere the holidays are on the greater portion of them will have been placed on the tables of epicurean Britons Dot ing the twenty years Mr Alexander has been handling export cattle he has sold an annual average of 600 head a total of 120000 These have averaged 1500 pounds and at time prevailing market price of 5 cents per pound 090000 have been added to the revenues of time Alexander stockiarm interests Electric Road for Danville Articles of incorporation were filed at Danville Monday organizing the Dan vile Electric Power JUilway Co The capital stock of the company will be 10000 with the privilege of in creasing it to 100000 Time company was organized for the purpose of building and operating electric lines through anti in Danville Junction City and Shelby City It IH calculated that with all connections siding apptiancesbouteighttnilf milts- or lino will he built and operated in and between these three towns Pas senger connections will be established with all trains leaving Junction City but the principal object of the prompt ers is to secure better facilities for handling freight Junction City will become the shipping center of Boyle county following the construction of the road anti much of the trattlc that now goes by way of Burgin will be diverted to Junction Ciiy on account of better connection and go on to Louisville by way of the L N Time advantage to Danville and Boyle county particularly the southern portion of it is very clear as the Louisville markets will be easily of access and Louisville tradesmen will be brought into closercompetition with Cincinnati It is fair to predict that Louisville will in this way get a vastly increased truffle with this section and the undertaking will he regarded with considerable interest from that quarter on that account Cccillan Club Votes On Wednesday October 23 the Club met with Miss Anne Bennett The at tendance was quite good fifteen members answering to the roll call Time Bohemian Girl by Ialfe was on the program for this meeting Selec tions were played by Mrs Neale Bennett and Mrs Middelton in duet form Miss Helen Bennett gave the story of the opera and Mrs Leslie Evans read thin life and works of the composer Mrs Harvey Chenault rendered well several selections English opera was discussed which gave the members a better Idea of the operas of different countries Time ladies were glad to welcome Misses Winn and Taylor of Madison Institute as members for the coming yearA Musical Library was discussed and it was decided that each member contribute a book to bo placed at the drugstore of Mr B L Mlcldellon who kind ly offered to take charge of them This will enable the members to enjoy 25 velumns which is a good beginning The next meeting was held with Miss Helen Bennett on November 23 This was the Cbopii program and selections from the pen of this wonderful Polfoli composer were rendered by Miss Baldwin Miss Vinn Mrs Pickels antI Mrs Middelton Mrs Kellogg gave a very interesting article on The Life and Works of Chopin Musical conundrums were indulged in quite freely creating some amuse mentThe Club adjourned to meet with Mrs Neale Bennett on November 27 O A Letter From Crab Orchard Editor Clima- xEverything is in readiness for the rs sembling this week of the Kentucky Beagle Club and the accompanying ten days hunt and field trials in this ideal place for such sport Foxes rabbits and quail are abundant here Besides General W H Gentry of Lexington has brought along four fine red foxes and his celebrated jack rabbit Admiral Schley all of which will be turned loose during the meeting in broad day lightHunters with their packs began to arrive a week in advance and already two preliminary skirmishes have taken place just for exercise Eighteen rabbits were started in a field yesterday in full view of the office the chase be lug participated in by the beagles of Col John M G Watt of Stanford and General Gentry The guests of the hotel assembled on a knoll while the sport progressed in a valley the natur al amphitheatre thus formed affording an unobstructed view of the clmseX Tomorrow one of the red foxes will be released and the first real excite ment will occur On Friday night General Gentry will give a great possum supper with all the old Virginia trimmings Thirtyseven possnms will be served the guests with quail and other delicacies for dessert On Friday night a party of guests with thr e big coon dogs went out for sport and when they returned they brought three fat possums Rabbits and quail are hang lUll on a clothes line suspended high between the big trees near the office and these speak in eloquent terms of what is being done every day Bates only per day CEo W Crab Orchaid Ky Nor 25 1AftareTrest It was a rare treat that President Frost and the faculty of Berea College furnished the peopteof JUchinondWhefl thev nfforded HS an opportunity meet iml hear Hamilton W Matte time dig tinguished editor oi The Outlook The roltegeotilelals chartered a traia for the bwwfit of those who desired to ge to JferwL Prof Gambol eatae to town Ihftt day and delivered eGtroinvitation to the people of owr city WH when the train loft it carried abeet thirty ef tr peepta jdio wecelad to Avail tlienbelves ef such an opportUMJ ty There were crriw at the depot j ready to Moort time RMttc to Dr Frot i home where they were f oalrod by UM rVwtdvnt tuut hiwlml and tht r iatttOf ttM IrtVUttttou It After Mtftba ttwtt w ri eiied In the peloue Ioria4 LETS SEE WHATMcKEES HAVE TO SAY TODAY J CtOIOD andOIs Most nationai blue heliotrope green and black at iSo per ydComplete JHeavy goods for rainy day skirts 68Inch wide In graycadet blue navy brown woolIIIrlIIIIuiIIEuIuIIqlIrlIIlIIIulpluIII dressdepartmentheavy silk In black and white this is very effective p OUR PRINTED FLANNELETTS 27inch twilled fleeced back In ft large assortment of fancy stripes flloral and Persian deafens in all the newest fan colorings at iOc peryd The best imitation of Imported French Flannels 36inch at njic FANCY OUTING FLANNELS Union 25Inch medium weight In an assortment of stripes and plaids light and dark colors at onowflake 27inch heavily napped outing flannel made In a handsome assortment of uptodate designs has an excellent soft finish which makes it adaptable for all purposes at ltfc peryd withdownyydOur the best and has the luster of satin made In black blue red white and ydPrintedsateens 40Inch In blue and white black and ydOur made in a large varitty of stripes and plaids at lOc per yd line Starter double Blanket at 50c ira and white Boys and Girls Golf Caps at 25c Baoja Silk Caps in silk at 25c Girls and Boys Velvet Caps at 25c Mitts at 10 amid 25r Pins Ic a Hair Pins Ic a at 4c Ladies Pins at 10 25c jdir b Ladies Chatlalne Purses 25 and 49c C hildrens Mitts in scarlet blue white allwool at For this season has from the latest The that in all 36inch wide in colors green red and blue Our laP and swiss Swiss long ruffles side and end at 75c per pair Swiss 3 yards long ruffled ends at 99c and 150 per pair IN ICor St short was given the programme consisting of songs and readings by several of the students which was much eljyed by all present following the the speaker of the evening was introduced It woufi be impossible in our space to give even an idea of the dis course The theme of his lecture was Till Great Book and the great idea that h desired to impress was that life was Every book that does not breath of life is dead His idea is that the greatest literary genius may be the man who has no education fhI wliple dlKcourne was a literary gem and the rapt attention of his audience showed the of the speakers worth It was a treat such its is rarely enjoyed by our people and none who were present ever regret going The following day the visitor delivered an address before the students of the college Those who attended the reception from this city were Judge and John C Rhenault Mr and Mrs T E Arnold Mr and Mrs Caleb Shearer lr and Mrs G W Evans Mr and Mrs Ben Banks Misses Emily Chen anlt Stella Dunn Lena Slivers Bessie Coyle Curraleen Smith Lucy Crowe Feland Elizabeth Wilmore and Mrs Akers and Messrs Allen Zaring John Arnold Tom Pickels Hunt Tutt Burnam John Nolaud W B Arthur Akers R R Bjirnam C F Burnam W E B Smith C C Wallace D P Armer Jo S Joplin R S Crowe and Dr Ryalls PAINT LICK Mr W H Anderson has been yery sick but is some better Mrand Mrs were made last week by the advent of a sweet little girl baby to brighten their home Rob is the happiest fellow I have Feen Rev C S Young will hold Thanks giving services at New Hope church It is hoped that all bu ineea men will clos their houses an hour or so and go to church to render thanks to God for the many blessings tie lisa bestowed on us the past year Miss Jennie Higgins closed a very successful school at Woodson Gar rart Co last Friday The patrons were so well pleased with her as a teacher that they wanted her to teach another month and want her to teach a spring school She and Miss Fannie Itoytou go to Howling Green and take a normal course Mr and Mrs B G Kilgore will leave tomorrow for Glasgow on a visit to his parents on his return he will leave itc mediately for Texas lIe will still travel another year for Belknap Co of Louisville Mr Kilgore has made many friends at Paint Lick who will regret to see him and his genial wife leave but hope when the yearis past ttey be ready to come back to to make their home The Associate Reformed Presby tetiau church has sustained a great loss in the foreign field the death of Mrs Emma Hunter who died in Cendad del MaIz Mexico the 12th of She had labored iu that for twelve years and her work has been blessed She was a bright Christian woman We commend time etricken lovinjCHeavefll well MiM Fannie Walker a colaborer with her In Mexico visited her during the summer and never enjoyed a visit than with tfcat happy family Let us be to be al ways ready We knew not the day or boar wbea the Muter may come lr Jlat Parkea visited hie brother Jn Some men are so afraid of stubbing trials toes flint they never look tip The HMUI wlw is looking for trouble de a set seed the serviees of akeeulwt If wee sely voted a they thottgfet It would net take so long to CovRt fce mUm In GrerW aii Ute at ThMMM B WJSatUrday a J Iii fSsI Sf uIMHteIa B5ssed Zius I arWMMMkM MM GIIIIO GJ iQ LADIES FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS warrantedfistwith herringbone braid 12Inch flounce nest fitting Inside waist aWC each We strongly advise the trade to give careful attention to our of Fleece Lined Hose Hnedhofast black at 18c per pair High grade Infants wool stockings colors pink rcarlet blue and white silk heels and toes Jeney leg plaIn seamless foot at tec a pair Onelta Union Suits colors wine and natural gray at 49 and 93c I embroidered floss Boys paper box Washragi Belt 15 and at and lOc OUR DEPARTMENT OF ART DRAPERY been selected very designs selection represents handsome patterns in colorcombination are highclass respects Queenetta curtain department deserves special comment curtains yards curtains sideand CALL AND SEE OUR LINEiMain First entertainment Immediately this eveiything appreciation will distinguished Mrs Janle Smith AEisenhart RLJennings happy Thursday will the community will Ky by appendicitis field wonderfully consecrated wore adaaonialied Parkeiyerdsy Public Sale wind psbilicljM III seamless OWEN MCKEE The New Century BallIThe Masons are grand Mask Ball on the iiiuht of De cember 31 in the Masonic Temple It will be one of the most elaborate affairs ever given in this city as all interested are starting in with the intention of eclipsing everything that has ever been done in that way before Every gueot will be expected to appear En Masque with isis ticket in his hand as the masks will n it be raised will nobody know whos who until the midnight hour The music will he furnished by Saxtons famous orchestra At 12 oclock just as the old year dies the masks will be removed after which an elegant supper will be served The whole bnilliiii will be at the disposal of the gu tK and every one will receive a cordial welcome The purpose of nil the ejiariitioua is to make the New Century Call the grandest iu time Ida tory oi the city A Ruugh House The Danville News has the following to say concerning my Uncle from New York which was given here last week We realized the fact that the play was the worst that ever was cut but time Richmondpeople showed their dis gust by simply leaving the house It remained for the classic and cultured city of Danville to stop the play Time News says There was a general rough house Wednesday night at the opera house when a traveling aggregation of pseudo actors attempted to play My Uncle From New York There was a fairly good audience present several ladies being in attendance and at the proper time the curtain went up and tImers appeared the bumiest edt ot actOis that ever confronted an audience It was as much as the male part ol the audience could do to contain itself through the first act and possibly would not have done even that had it not been living III hopes that som thing better would come in the next act But the next act was even worse if possi ble than the first It was at this juncture of the performance that the ladies left in djsgus But the boys only followed to the nearest grocery store where they got an abundance of potatoes eggs being to scarce and too high They then returned withevery hope ot having fun and getting their moneys worth but the next set a lady appeared and when she had finished her part the curtain wont down and never came up any more that evening The lady pianist Blanche limiter became frlulitpntul and went into a bad form of hyKterfiM from which she re covered under the treatment of Dr J C Bugle The troupe disbanded here not having courage to try its fortune In any of the nearby towns HOWS Till We offer One Handled Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that ran not be cured by Halls Cntarrli Cure F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo Ohio- e the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ahl to carry out any obligations made bv their firm DruggistsToleido Walling Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Bally acting directly upon the blood systemPricedruggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best 6aovlm The trouble with many men is that they think with their stomachs A Womanly Weakness Womans desire foe pretty tbiRB in void and silver has oo eGH pre vwbtai Men have tbe MRM tea lHjf btitthey4hs IL Bore Mt aeorM of faaeici IB gold and sHyer far vtrjr llttta money use qwUi y oTiVvfy plfll Iii wir Meek to Id aemIid x L q IRichmond Kentucky 1 aG clI 11ardlli Home rCtt11I AND GET YOUR rm Cut oersJFr- om kplsJ Funeral higns Si Albert The Florist Decorations and Artist Floral Work a Specialty Come and see The Green housesEVERYBODY INVITED Albert Reichspfarr FLORIST Phone 188 RICHMOND KY- 20oo2w The Miser Is One Kind Of A Fool and the spendthrift another The wise man who gets them out of life in the enjoyment if money he makes man spends his money freelj and ta rice of life Insurance +44 + + 4 + ++ + + + + + + + + + + + The Mutual Life Insurance t J Company Of Kentucky 444 4+4+ 44+4444+ 4f+ offers the belt Life Insurance t7 tant either for Insurance alone n the form of its New Perfection Policy or for insurance corabmfl with investment in the form of J Three Per Cent Gold Endowment Bond Will you call or hays nsca postal with your name and sddc will do LETS TALK IT OVER J C BECK Jr Special Agent Trust Bldg Richmond Ky Mm Out il t THE GUI ESTABLISHED ry gg In Winchester Ky known as the lg Store- 3thng Brew Goods General Dry Ooo aadNotl a Wraps and Childrens Shoes H rU4cw e noose etc BeddingetC BXACtCOST TbeStOCkssd WWM with a ire year lease t p giBg sot bisget BusSersi Ceiitucky will b ue iIeIrIag to ccntlM bIatos Iti a most niapiW eopeTi14y wpITP 1t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4Ii 4 41 4TI Clot as hot eat rl ha isle np treat El cal oia orka J h- silt ugh In ile 0 t Rem r of 1- ted ubt ry rialay Lt IiI Thanksgiving Specialties I vTurkeys Oysters Cranberries Celery r Nutst fCandies iZ 3K- ivof rJall fines for Thanksgiving EDEATIIERA6E CO The Richmond Climax vl lPFIY NOV 27 1901 Pr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B StonffersC- lotli ng Store Cfebtf Dont forget to hear William Haw ev miiu next Monday night It is now half pastfour by the iiovrrnment clock instead of 25o as it asaU lit week Hume Cooperage Company want lurisandsof cords of white oak staves lid ading bolts 13no8w Tvtti extracted without pain 25 ciDRHon ox- lilcbmnud Ky Mrs ioorge H Myers keeps on arl Jiie Mack cakes for Xmas nnd u usiiiving similar In product to her- r cake iSuotf Ground Oyster shell to make our hens lay For sale by J H Neff itRichmond Ky Win Hawley Smith is more than Ut mtionlit hid originality colors vrriiiiR helloes Ills command of- ia f is wunderful and his power of JPI8 nation and facial expression is rthit was encored again and Cattle Sales J raxterscld to Weil last week 18 etl 11 export cattle at 5 cents James v1 sold 30 head to the same party t elits Salesmen Wanted k after our interests in Madison 4ctnt counties Salary or com IS AllilfeeS JlAREY OIL Co 2t Cleveland Ohio n g Shipments J V finks in one week shipped ji if 35 cars of cattle to the New market One special train of 0 in r s S New York left overt r A at noon Saturday For Rent ic dwelling house with all i irvoti lnilinirsoii North street r tviituulare call on or address W II MILLER 2mo Itidimoiid Ky Farms Bought J W Murrv has bought of DO- ens Ma farm near Paint Lick anti move his family to it about Jann v 1st Mr Pnlleiis will Kt to Rock sMe county wliern he recently tight a farm near Conway Taken to London The Federal Court is sitting at LonJ n this week Four prisoners who ive been held III our jiii for some t were taken there Monday Coral If they are convicted they wil i brought back here and pae und r te Caret of Cousin Jim Lackey to serve l ft thlr terim Going to low tev J M Bailey who has been pas of the Second Christian church for ml year recently received a calla good church in Iowa He will ve today to take his new charge u an eloquent preacher and an part worker and the church that has iured his services i to be congratu ed t May be Called HIgner it is reported that the Right Rev op T U DaIIey of the Kentucky iocmj will be called to the Ixfnjr land Diocese He is a man well ted to 611 the new field ant will no ubt accept it Dishop Dudley Is well lown in this city and bin friends here well as all over the fttate will hate ry much to see him leave TAXES Last warning Unless vcti DeII nalty December Court- y will not save you Pay once and save the cost- Respectfully i H COLYER S M C fc CI ou CI WANTED 1aboutwould like to learn the printing trade None other ned apply Call at this office Dr Harry M Blantqn Dentist Of flee over Middletons drugstore July 17tf Logs Wanted The Hume Coop ra e Company are in the market for 10000 white oak logs Call at thelrofGce for specifications and prices 3no Sw For Rent A nice dwelling on Lancaster avenue with all necessary out buildings For particulars call on oraddress GEO D SIMMOXS novl3tf Richmond Ky Railroad Attorney Judge J M Iotnn has secured the attoriiystiiplit the Chspnikft and Ohio and the UiniKVille f Nashville railronil at Winc Hsier to HI cf e l the late Judatj iCiiilney llrftruiirl Bank lo Closo The Union Savings think of Lexing ton which has been in operation about two years has decided to go into liqui dation Judge George Denny is the President and J IX in ton Cashier oi the institution The bank has a capital of 15000 but has never been a paying enterprise Memorial Day Next Sunday December Tat will be the Elks Memorial Day and will be observed by the Eik Lodges all over the Stale lion II W MHIerWill de liver thetrneuiorial address before the Richmond Lodge at 4 oclock in the afternoon Dr A Wilkes Smith will go to Owensboro to deliver the address there County Court The casn ot Mrs time Hnntpri charged w 1 I Ligamy was a lied In tie County Court Monday morning She was released on a 50 bond to appear in the Circuit Coujtnext month John Hunter ami William Roark held for the alleged conspiracy against the life of William Relaford were re leased on bail Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports caltle on tho market The best prices were for a treed lot of 1 000 pound feeders which brought 4 cents Some smooth work oxen also brought 4 cents 000pound teArs 3fc 750 pound good heifers o light heifers 2c to 2 o00 native HWS 2 per head Prices on cattle fully J cent higher than last court P Executive Committee President Harry McCarty of the Kentucky Press Association his ap pointed the following executive corn mittee of that organization Paul M Moore Earl lIlloU Boa Chairman C C Howard Lame County Herald E A Gnllioii Henry County Fxical Louis anilriim Lancaster Record M F Conly Big Sandy NewsIA Good Selection Mr Joe A Cohen of Versailles one of tile most popular cattle huyersin- Kentucky has been appointed Solicit ing Agent for ihe Central Stock Yards of Louisville being selected from a list of thirty applicants Mr Cohans long nxperience in the stock business artil his almost unlimited acqnaintnnce with farmers and business men make him well fitted for thp position After a Farm Mr Liberty Cox wealthy and proni iueut citizen of Ksiill count was In this city several days last week with a yjnw to liiivmgn farm in the county He is said to have found a place to his likiiie iiwr Foxtown and tis hoped that he will see his way clear to settle near us We tire ahwaysg1alto see suchns he coming tlii way dud to such extestiacordial welwe can always come Good News From Mr Cole Very favorable reports come front Mri J W Cole of unllngton in re gsa to hits rittfeson Claytonwjlio was recently accidentally shot willr rifle The lilLie boys left eye which was thought to be permanently injured will be saved the ball having missed jt by less than an inch Although tlw ball has never been found the chjlds- alriht sail has about recovered from the rffects of his wound xI EGGS t I We will pay the highest marBrf price for EGGS 4 JJ MILLER tBROTHERS qdJ Dr Uobeon D Btfet Richmond Ky nprltf LsWasta The Hume Cooperage Company ore JOllApaHand prices 13no8 GEESE WANTED Highest cash price paid for geeseandallot4erpouftry and eggs J rH Neff 2noy4tRicImond Ky Chango olTIme The Louisville Nashville railroad announce the following change in their time card which went into effect Monday November 25 1001 No 4 North dally leaves Richmond at 352 a in instead of 355 nl11 No 5 South leaves at 1105 p m in steadofll25pin No 21 Rowland Branch accm leaves at 845a mt Instead of 855 am Another Good OppurtunilyS Next Monday will be court day the last one of the year If you have not settled with the Climax you will sao much time and trouble by coming in then and leaving a dollar with us It would be a pity to let as prosperous a year as we have had pass with out paying your subscription so if you want to feel good and enjoy you Xmas just drop in Monday and settle with Uti Killed Six Owls The flarrodsburg Del ocrat sets illative Boono a treat grandson of Daniel Bootio while returning from hunting Tuesday hushed si flock ot owls and with the nneering aim of his fatuous ancestor bronght down six ot them at the first fire They were of the hawkowl species and Iii testimony whereof he brought the lead night hooters to town with him There were about GO of them in the covey Sausage to Durn Messrs Douglas Culton the en terprising meat men to keep njreast of the times last week installedau en glue in their house to furnish power for their large sausage mill rho old hand power machine was entirely to slow laborotis and expensive so they were compelled to make the change and now the tireless little worker is kept btiisily thumping away all day and meat by the tubfnl is constantly fed into the machines hungry maw Delmulh The rare of the Commonwealth against Gus Delranth the exbaker and the two negroes Alex Campbell and Louis Huguely was called Wednesday morning in the County Court Delmuth is held on three charges first for aiding the negroes in stealing turkeys forftealing a set of harness from Mr WaIler Bennett and for stealing wagon harness from Amos Willis lIe waived the examining tril and is hold to the Circuit Court under bond in the sum of S750 The Slate Bar Association A large numbor of lawyers representing every section of the State met in Louisville last week and organized the State Bar Association Hon W IJ Mackoy of Covington was elected President and a Vice President was chosen from each Appelate District The object of the Association is to bring the lawyers of the State into closer touch with one another to elevate the profession and to assist in framing hot ter laws for the government of the Commonwealth Change ol Time Effective Monday November 25 The L A changed time and trains now arrive and depart from Richmond as follows No 2 Loaves 605 am u 1 e1151ammixed arrives 830 a m arrives 220 p m 4 departs 230 p m 5 mixeddeparts 300 p m II 3 arrives 820 p m For through time and connections see corrected time card Mil another column In next issue of this paper Suits Filed Mrs Amy Mnlfinger administratrix of the estate of Lewis Mulflnger who was recently killed bya train at Paris filed suit Monday against the L N railroad for 25000 The ease will come up in the January term of Cir cuit Court George Ston the colored porter at the Giyndon baa bought suit acaint the Richmond Telephone Company for S2 000 damages Stone was the nun who was struck and seriously in jured by ono of the heavy insulators which fell from a telephone pole near the hotel several weeks ago AnEnglisi Author Wrote No shade no shine no fruit no flowers no leaves November Many Americans would add no free dom from catarrh which is BO 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 Barsaparilla has shown that what is capable eradicating scrofula completely cures catarrh and when taken in time prevents consumption Ve cannot see how any sufferer can put off taking this moliclne In view of the widely published record of its radical and permanent cures It is undoubtedly Americas Greatest Reme for Americas Grajtest Disease Catarrh 13nolm Tho gieatest Methodist was John Wesley the founder ol this denomina tion Dr Whites Electric ComTjs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building Mia OERA C HART State Agent 27feblyr Anyway HautoaDumont got the prize money which Is more than some other folks have done tares Cancer Illnad Poison FuiH Sores lllwrs Costs iXuthia is Try 4 Blood poison or deadly eRre the worst and most deepseated blood diseases on earth yet the eaieat to cure when Botanic Blood Halm IS used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone lalnsplrnples mucous patches skin old rheumatism or olfeneive form of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancer eatine bleeding festering sores swellings lumps persistent wart or sore lake Botanic Blood Balm B B B It will cure even the worst case after everything else fails Botanic Blood Balm B B B drains the poisou out of the system awl the blood then every sore heals making the blood and rich and building up tho broken down body B B B thoroughly tested for thirty years Sold at all drugstores ft per large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Co Ga Dweribfl nlaRtiluot r or M M many ftdvertirwd ranted cMtbUtW composed of Para i3 iiih- eInrs4lsti Pyooo tisLImonIs ff cnrbytkIngBB 81 c THANS61YINSShould J So youll have to hustle or wear your old duds when the turkeys ready to carve IWe are prepared to dress you up in a jiffy and riot keep all your change either when you go to pay the bill Overcoats reliable make 5 00 up Suits values guaranteed 5 00 up Shoes all leatheru 1 00 up Hats5ueupShirts Gloves25ciCaps 25cup Mufflers 25-cupSuspenders25cup Collars5 10 and 15c HandkerchiefsCUp WE SHOW cr 4n n At all times a great assortment of l everything that men wear=fine fashionable things for dress occasions as well as strong durable clothes for hard service Quality and price a- lvways guaranteed SPECIAL SHOE t VALUESSolid allleather Work Shoes 100 and 125 Satin Calf 150 5175 and 200 Fine Box Calf 250 300 350 and 400 Elegant Enamels and Patent Leather 300 400 and 500 Over Shoes Felt Boots Rubber Boots Covingtou Bunks Sellers of Reliable Goods at Low Prices A Liberal lleward The undersijnedIwill give a free saniple Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a re liable remedy for disorder of the atom ach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good one Stockton Hagan 13uolra Two may make a lieinc but it takes three or more to make a Home The blood Is the life Science has staleIc1lentcreasing breath of knowledge When the blood is bad or impure it is not alone the body which suffers through disease The brain is also clouded this mind and judgment is affected and many an evil deed or impure thought may be directly traced to the impurity of the blood No one can ho well bath anced in mind and body whose blood is impure No one can have a whole some and pure life unless the blood in pure Foul blood can be made pure by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discover When the blood is pure body anti brain are alike healthy and life becomes a daily happiness FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages 700 illus trations Is sent free on receipt of stamps to defray expense of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for paper covers or 31 stamps for cloth to Drlt V Pierce 6G3 Main Street Buffalo N Y Copernicus is justly deemed The Fa ther of Modern Afctromy Cut this out ami take it to Stockton Hagans drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate Iho stomach improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 25c pr box Stockton Hagan 13uolui Archimedes is considered to be the founder of the science of physics Last winter an intent child of mine 1111 croup in a violent form 8SElder John W Rogers a thristilLI- IEvlIljelist of Filley Mo I gave hel It few doses of Chambnrlainn Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past anti the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as thefirst symp toms appear will prevent thin attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confi dentlv to a bab as to adult Fm sale bv Stockton llagan 13iolin Bossnet was the mQst gifted orator the Roman church ever produced TO GtJIUB A COLD I1T ONE DAT Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Herodotus was the greateS historian and the father of all written history To the Public Allow me to say a few words in prams of Chamberlains Cough Retndey I had a very severe cough and cold anti feared I would pneumonia but after taking th second dose of this medicine- I felt better three bottles cf it cured my cOld and the pains in my chest disI sa pea red entirely I am most respect fully yoursfor health Ralph S Myers Thirtyseventh street Wheeling W- Vatoor sale by Stockton Hagan vlSnplm The loudest prayer does not always reach heaven first StoiC tat Ckmtfi and Works off tki crt Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold inoae day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Going To Do is forever asking favors of Have DoneII 8f4btsP SSVS bS otu Luifive f- lbstui44c o At StarvingE lull Prices uu DO YOU WANT To sell your UK LESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange anv kind of property Write me with all the particulars as I may be able to help you Address Jlf N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12decly Democracy still lives neither disor ganized or reorganized Victory to be Proud Cf is the finale ami absolute cure of a sore throat in which time rawness and ten derness liars been spreading danger ously nenr those guardians of life the lungs The luxury of a sound throat and robust IniieH is most keenly enjoyed by people who having suffered all youknnwJiaveand danger by Aliens Lung Balsam It seems that Admiral Sen ley has won the battle of Santiago twice Oaa Bottle Of REMICKci PEPcJlN BLOOD TONIC will make you fairly sparkle with new life and vigor For sale by B L Middleton 5iuuely Time greatest conqueror of ancient times was Alexander Our Friends Ihe Druggists It is a pleasure to testify to the gen erally high character of druggists But because of a few exceptions to time rule it is necessary to caution the public to be on guard against imitations of Perry Davis Painkiller See that you get the right article the soothing helpful Painkiller that was used in your family before you were born Dont be taken Into buying a substitute There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Time father of modern chemistry was Lavoisier Jumped on aTen Penny sail The littledanghter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through Chamberlains Pain Balm was promptly applied and five tniuulHs later the pain had disap peared and no more suffering was experienced In three day the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with ab solutelv no discomfort Sir Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland Vn Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation smith In onethird the time rcqnired by the usual treatment For sale by Stock ton k Hagan 13noIni The keenest critic of any age orcoun try was VoltaireISOMETEXITCMTSW 4They cure dandruff hair falling head cfche etc cosmic the samoa us an ordinary comb Dr White Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb dOM this rest This wonder ful comb is fllmpl unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely impossible to break or cut the hair Sold on a writ ten guarantee to Ei vo perfect satisfac lion in erery respect Send stamps for onto Ladies size 50c Gents size 35c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents am wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Ad dress D N nOSE Gun Mgr Decatur Illinole a7feblyr Time greatest naturalist was Linnaeus TtHer Satllbeum and Eczema Theintesse itching and smarting inci lent to these dkeaces isinstantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many v ry bad ases have llpennsiMajtly cured by it It- S equally efficient itching piles and raraedy for sore nipples cl1appoohaodscbllblains frost bites votl sore eyes 5 per box Dr CMHUURH Pttwieru aes lost wWahorM iaeeds wBen in iM- oSUUlhTooo btojd purIfier u d cmimdtD Tbtjt ire not bat bitoPQtla netlli iIdmeMooA41 Qq Ij LuC O IU JU 02 Lu Luc OJ U jOJC IIIEFILK OF All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at J THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans fjHE wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALLol GOODS The new fall and winter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I And IKis 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 cevepyone however can reap results Bold type is impressive and inexpensive but it is the aiding and not the saying that counts in the long run We are the pioneers of low prices in tthiscity and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi ncm with the tenacity of bloodhounds and give to our customers and friends a harvest of Rich nSA RCAIINS that will be long remembered Trimnhillgstsare are season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain and figured Jaquads to the finest Imported Kerseys Our Golf Goods and heavy weight stuff for Pedestrian Skirts will be the talk of the town You can buy nice woolen dress goods from us as low as I4c per yd on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per yd Come early and take your pick Our Silks Dress Trimmings and Velvets are models of beauty All colors in Taffeta iSilks good qualty as low as 49c a yd Our Dress Ttimmings are brand new no dress is stylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the proper thing in Dress Trimmings OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Flan manyFallso low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodttce cash buyers with bullion to back them can york miracles 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 If Domestic Department Suffice it to say that yl 2URSPJTlVjCrf Jj naming prices in this Department that not yWCa n ni 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 SHOESever before able to ues Our ihaue certainly made their money talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are offering good solid Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter wear at absolutely less than they can be manufactured for Money talks in buying shoes Lot after lot were picked out by our shrewd buyei s and cold cash planked down for them until we had all and more too than our store could hold Come and Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with less money than it will cost to buy a pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our goods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every ashoddy pair purchased from us The very best manufacturers are represented in our stock of Shoes We are showing Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Mens Medium and Fine Shoes Boys and Mens Course end Fine Boots Childrens Shoes of all kinds and all go at prices that are a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where we knock em out5 Competition is found to take a back seat when they Ibutt up against our Clothing Stock Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just ilike there never would be any more clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made offers for stack upon stackof clothinfi for cash down and their offers were accepted We Ihave 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 tup to our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 are as good as can be bought for 5 and G dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and JBo3Ts prices from S5 to 850 and 1259 are worth double the price afked for them Our iprices on all coats will be a treat to everybody Call and see them Mels Caes d Tilwis Rirh This is our banner department We are showing all itho new styles in Jackets and Wraps the short Jackets time threequarter lengths tIme long 42 inch Jackets are all to bo settn here Castors Browns Oxfords and Tans are the leading colors this season Our buyers bought Iheavy in this department They closed out several east ern sample lots of new uptodate garments at prices that will enable us to soil tine Cloaks and npto late garments at about half price until these lots are cleaned up Get in line and follow the crowd to the Busy flee Cash Store and pet your Jackets while you ran get n fit We are showing some elegant things in Skirts for ladies The Pedestrian Skirt N the new skirt for this season We have a beautiful limit of them in all the new coloring Call and see them ami save paying high prices for up to date Tailormade Skirts looking through our WhAIE ilepartinenta admiring new thmingaud won dering how we can afford to name such low price on them Dont forget to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters for theee goods We are solo agents forwta S8heocstAnd have just received a large shipment of them in all 1he new styles Try an American Lady Corset and you will want no other buyersBOOTS OUR UNDERWEAR IhlnJlllnUIIlIrwearOur fWcedlined Union Suits for Ladies and Children price 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Our Mens fleccedllned vests and pants price 2o are a wonder for value You can get anything you want in our Underwear Department ARE Rhowilll many miew novelties In our- 1L1iIi HOSIEKY DEPARTMENT Our Hoiser is all up to date aneluur prices in Hosiery will be pleasing to you Onr hildrens Ho is tInt best select ed lot we Ii ive ever hud andour lItlS8allil Ladies Hose and Mens Sox are the tuiks of the town Call antI see them We are naming prices on Mens Furnishing Goods Shirts Collars Neckwear Hoieerv Han lkeicliiefn Glows Suppehilore Etc that looks like we are giving them away Come mud get your share Vhen It Rains op Set Ot Your Bowl ttn carrv everything von want in small wares No thins etc Our buyers spent whole days in the Notion Department and nothing new and pretty escaped their I eyes Wet are showing numerous pretty new things in Jewelry antI Notions Cull and seo them Blankets and ComfortsAre piled mountain Irish on our tables and counters Never was such values offered as we are iv 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 qualityYouset you up for housekeeping this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Cases White Spreads and these can be had hare Call and see them CASH TALKSCashalwaystalks If you pay cash you to buy goods from merchants who pay cash for them and sell them for cash Then you dont pay for other peoples bad debts your money talks OUR MOTTO Underbuy Undersell Cash down when goods are delivered tt Thanking you for past patronage and extending to you an earnest invitation to call ana see us and make our house your home in city we are very respL W 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it P will the Most Money Polish It is BEST because j1 there is no highratio business on our Books It req sires LESS money to plete an Investment in TheJeffer son in any other Company MAGNETIC T vlnnalltJtrial prove of Investment 7HOME thersontP No N Upper St LEXINGTON KY crr Te Mutual Life Insurance Co OF KENTUCKY Home Office Fifth and Market Streets Louisville Kentucky ORGANIZED IN 1866 GeoWV Morris President Josepli Pettus Treas W W Hite President JasB Steadman Med Dir David Merriwether Secy GeoM Boone Actuary TnirtyFifch SemiAnnual Statement June 30 190J1t 1Admitted Assets 3029475 01 Surplus 200015 01 DIRECTORS Oco W Morris President W W hue ViceIiwitlnnt Merriwether Joseph JM Steadinan Medical Director ten Actuary K Gordon Attorney J H SI Biirfortl P pitali5t 1ft nrv W Capitalist Allen Rliitp CuplUllst i rW C 1rieut btatr d dise him at Im I pO fp i Tm =t I ht v Will and the new Will and Will Nol the Skin Will Plot UNEEDME POLISH Pa GUI the States for and for and the all femiweeklies and 104 a and you get for Wednesday the liberal commission all will ask for Ky BY cure t and and pr box for SO Tfco lo Giant pays in and Ey for f com than tJwisdom 22 M TliuDins John o I j j i 4 t 3 1 t A will tIe an r y 8 f r It FirstNationalAttilla Cox President Oolambla Fl nance and Trust Co John W TruetSa1etyVauItCu M MarbleWorksiChRs LefavilIeTiBStov fl Szw j 1 J CtBeckr cth5cist4 t UND STOCK lID CROP Beet cattle sold at ij In Chicago last week 1 higher than a year ago and i cent over the week before Pink Cottage near Standford noted as the homo of Rev Oeo 0 Barnes with 31 acres attached is advertised for sale The Interior Journal reports Ales of 850 bushels of wheat nt80cf70 035lb cattle at Sl and CO barrels of corn at the heap at 2 00 D WIsua barns in Shelby county burned with Imported jacks etc Lots fiHyearling mules to Pennsylvania par ties at 80 per headlDuke Jones of Bourbon sold to E P Clayhrook a lot of now corn delivered at 310 per barrel Other parties inj Hutchison neighborhood have made sales to M R Jacob at 3 per harM delivered A Jnnrhle palace Is to bo the home of U S dept of agriculture at WashII injton It is to CUlt between 2000 000 antI 5000000 anti is to be given a roininent location on the new boule vard being laid out in Washington Sec Wilson has approved tIP plmis and the dept U now to have a home in keeping with its importance in the mi lional life- higher prices followed the puolica thou of the Government report of corn which nut only indicated a heavy loss in quality but reduced tile yield per acre to 104 bushels the lowest over recorded Owing to the fact that the acreage of 82925000 was larger than any other year excepting the one pro ceding the probable yield based on these figures will be 1359970000 busl els slightly exceeding the crop of 1894 but tailing far below all others in reicent years Last weeks visible sup plYshowed a decrease of 259000 but the supply is still 12 11000 bushels against 0785000 a year ago Exports from all countries were 1017 274 bush els against 1497149 in tIle previous week and 4264627 a year ago rue heavy loss from last year was chiefly In shipments from this country al though from Arcenlina the movement was also lighter Duns Review Unique Stock Farm It H Patrick a guest at the Auditorium at Chicago has the mostm unique stock farm of the world It is near Midway Caroline islands Although Mr Patrick raises animals for market no bleating of sheep or lowing of kino disturbs the silence on his farm nstead of these pastoral noises there Is the sharp barking of dogs These are the animals he raises for market for the Chinese esteem a young dogs flesh as highly as the gourmands of more civilized countries esteem lamb or tender veal To the epicures of China Mr Patrick loots for the patronage that keeps hit business alive He stumbled upon tilt peculiar business altogether by acci dent He was traveling in China when he foud that although the Chinese considered dogs as staple art ceff- ood no attempt had been made to raise them for the market Shortly af terward when he removed to the Caroline islands he put his idea into execu bigIbred nothing but the native Chinese dogs They are not so large asthe average dog of this country and proba bly being so few generations removed from the wolf they are tough and not a choice article for the table It is to remedy this by cross breeding that Mr Patrick has visited the United States He will go east where he wIll buy a number of blooded St Bernard dogs which he will ship to Midway tlI have been shipping the dogs to Amoy China said Mr Patrick and each month I manage to send from 100 to 125 young animals These animals are sent alive and are killed in the na tive butcher shops as they are needed I hope within the near future to be able to send tlie carcasses in refrigera tore for then they will command a far better price Old DeWolf Heard From Darwiu DeWolf the old piano tuner who was for several years a familiar figure on our streets is the one spoken of the follows in article from the Har rodsbure Democrat A Rrayheaded tramp who appears to have seen het ter days has been frightening people in different portions of the town On Saturday night he went to a house where only the mother and children were and in answer to his rap the Jady opened the door and he tried to force his way in She closed the door in his face and turned the key The old fel low then went to another place and opened the door and walked in and to the surprise of the family took a neat in the circle and shoved his feet out to the cozy fire Supper was given him and he went away Later the officers were telephoned lor and he was taken in tow and placed in the work house He hall been camping near ton for a week and is thought 4o be wrong mentally It would be a good idea for women who are alonn not to open doors unless they know who it is on the outside There have beet times when the wild beasts have been nio- amercifu I thanhuman I cast to them in the arena It is astonish womenMvcfor suferingheofhedingersees the pallor and exhaustion which mark womanly weakness bat allows nothing for them It is work or quit Presciiptonmakes womanidiseases Preetweakeningilrains heals inflammation andUJce O and cures female weak Bess Wicm I lint commenced velar Dtrietetta golGanSCOOrt drais1JCiriscwtl GtwototetterKe PrescriptIon two of CoWe Mc l Dk NIftasea Ho JOOUCkIais weakWOiMitcept ao itbeedidtte JIIicl WOBIIIItDr tfc t Iw Millions In It Peter Vaadivier ono of the best blacksmiths that over pulled a bellows has bought property at Cornishvilln and will move there in a few days Mr Yfendivier perhaps came nearer ac complishing perpetual motion than anyone who ever worked at it His contraptiqn was a most ingenious de vice that worked with a ball lever and trap springs and it would run for three days without being touched and Washington City people who exam- Ined the model said it was nearer the purpose intended than anything they nd ever seen and he was utTered quite a sum of money for it but do fiinpd to part with it Vaudivier final y realized thnt lie was devoting too much limo to it fur his own peace of mind and several ems ago quit work ug on it anti attended to other pur suits but has recently again begun giving attention to his idea He is a son of the lntn James Vandivier who was uric of Quantrills men nnd was I the figiitnt tho blaikmiiitlt shop at i one Jack Mo where more men were killed to the niunher engaged than in any other fiht on tins border later he was a Khurpshouif in Gen Mces army and m said to have heon the one who pickiil iII Giiii Lynn the Feil mil coinniuixicr at the haltle of Vll nis Creek lolIi1rrud burg Uom cral Modern Surgery Surpassed While snflering tritn a hal case 01 piles ixnisnUml u phi aIeiiii who ad visetl me to try ii box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve says G F Uarler Atlanta Ga I procured a box and was entirely cured UuwittB Witch Hazel Salvo is u splendid cure for piles giving relief instantly and I heartly recommend it to all sufferers piltsUewiltdany case Cub burns bruises Ruth all lIyitTHOMAS How the Name Originated At the agricultural fans in the Est in the early years of the last century drinking became wollnigh universal and became such n source of disorder that many of the fairs foi bid thn sale Such was done at Dedham Mass when a tricky dealer not willing to be deprived of his profits on liquor deter mined to outwit the authorities so sought and obtained a permit for a sideshow Ho then erected a pen and in this pen put a large wooden black amiwhite striped pig He wash now ready for business He chargedS sixpence for admission into pig pen end from this wonderful pig flowed a stream of rum and a freo drink was given each visitor seedless to say it proved a popular attraction and that there was more drunkenness than ever Investigation revealed the cause and the man was arrested and tIm show stopped but the name blind pig WAS applied to the business of illicit liquor selling Sonic old woman hearting the name said Blind pig indeed it is more like blind tiger referring to tho destruction brought through the business and so till place of sell ing liquors in defiance of the law has cince 1S35 the dateof the above inci dent been called either a blind pig or a blind tiger The Childrens Friend Maybewill sutler too For coughs croup bronchitis grip and other winter complaints One Minute cough Cure never falls Acts promptly It is very pleas flat to the tasto and perfectly harmless C B George Winchester Ky writes eronplatcould hardly speak VII gave her a few doses of Otto Minute Cough Cure It relieved her immediately and she went to sleep When she aworke next morning she had no signs ot hoarseness or croup Perry E Thomas Three Quarters ofa Century For 75 years The Youths Companion has been published every week as a family paper In these 75 years the papers constancy to a high standard has won tho confidence of the American people It5 has kept pace with the growth of the country Its stories its special articles its editorials its selections represent all that is best in Amer ican life For 1002 the foremost men and women of the English speaking world have been enlisted as contribu tors The work of an unprecedented number of new and promising writers has also been secured Thus the constantly increasing demand for the best reading suited to all members of tub ntelligeut American household will be fully met A 28 page prospectus of tho 1002 vol ume and sample copies of the paper will be sent to any address Those who subscribe at once sending 175 will receive all the issues for tho re maining weeks of 1001 freo from the the time subscription also The Com panion Calendar for 1U02 lithographed in twelve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 195 Columbia ave Boston Mass Timely Warning- An exchange says that a man was recently fitted 2 for listening to n telephone message plI slng over a line in which he owed the phone and afterwards telling what he overheard The theory was that messages or conversa tion over the wires are confidential and the fact that he owed a phone gave him no right fo repeat anything he might have heard other by accident or otherwise If you have a phone yon will agree that this is a good law tlthough sometimes you happen to hear some very amusing and interesting things which were not intended for your ears Of all American cities thert is none so ridden by trades unionism as is San- Francisco Encouraged by earlier suc cesses the demands of the men there has astounded even their best friends ia the east Now they have elected one of their number maygr of the city he having slipped In through the ef forts of the Republicans to elect a dis reputable candidate for whom the voters would not stand President Itoosevelr it is said pro poses to cure the trust evil by requir lag tho octopi to wake public their re counts This might save a few fools from being plundered in Wall Street but what earthly good would it do the consumer who hiws to pay wonupoly prices OB which the foreigner is grant ed twenty or thirty percent discount American delegates to Mexico are charged with the same 1II11e ling that toouen characterized British visitors- t tIJicouutrySurelj men conld have been picked oat who if they tiki not knew how to behAtIU good poci willingUimaUproee will some good Republican explain why Secretary Hay should claim any credit for the canal treaty If ho hnd had biswaywe should have had a very different document sacrificing nil the advantages on which the Senate insisted and which Mr Hay declared Great Britian would never grant The new treaty is about asjdjfferent from tho old ItS chalk from cheese Some months ago the country was wondeiing over the credibility of the victims of a man who offered to earn 520 per cent interest on money placed in his hands Now it IUlle again wonder tIde time over the simplicity of the man who worked this lovely scheme in letting his lawyer fleece him out of his illgotten gains Governor Uurbln of Indiana says that Kentucky would not give It fair trial to Taylor ncciuetl of complicity in the Gwbel innnfor lint Governor OJell of New York also says exactly the same tiling of Ohio in his remarks turning down a similar requisition by the latter state The governors are getting pretty uppity these diiys =Mr Chamberlain 1m devised a new plan of iimpaijliu whereby lie Bur war tuny be ended rtjfuru tllH ronnir tioii I le luid l fer jet cxjtit olin ion on in before tr iig if ienoral Botha for intanre ran advise him Wo doni want In be to cautir ut It feouis tOilS that correspondent V- oC Shanghai must have tnnsfrrecl the scene of hi labors 10 Bulgaria whence he is writing1 with much versatility in regard to the Stone abduction case Its fortunate that the Sehlty court didnt call in any experts If it had the testimony might hate filled a hundred thousand pages instead of only ninetynine thousand an at present New York is much excited over a double headed 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