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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r I J1 i THE RICHMOND CLIMAX J o IrOLUME 2SRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1901 NUMBER 28 PROFESSIONAL OARDS A rrOitNEYS w MILLER ATTORNKTATLAW KxnucYRICKOfD n the flurnam DulldlDg next door to rmers htlonal ilaok febSlT SULLVA ArroRNKVATLAW 1IL IILON0 KENTUCKY over Slate Bank Trust Co op rll t 1I1ft House on Main Street ci U M OIINAULTI ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY CHMOSD IIke on Second street over Chen Its grocery R LETCHER AftorneyalLaw KENTUCKY rt si nri5f over Taylor Bros Store CKSON ROBERTS AND lorNIKLLORR Ar LAW CHMOND KENTUCKY Ice orerThurroan Qioctry Companyg PHTSICIANS L GIBSON GIBSON PHMCLISX AND SURQEOAS KENTUCKY so iIilht oe Ct Jin budding and 10 Sec Sin eNnitc old drugstore 87 US C HOOKER- ETERUfARY SURGEON Grfull Ontario Veterinary College r airy Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty at table on corner Kir t and er LretSRiCbIflOflt Ky apr7ly C JASPJ2R M D Medicine and Surgery Rce Prather Huildintr Main Street ne at resilience the Carr place on UrondwayI- MXNU KENTUCKY EVANS At D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HMOSD KENTUCKY DENIAL ST7EGEST 1aIIICo t tODSOt EfT1I1T OF LOUISVILLE KT- rOtHce next door to Government Building iroSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to 171y DR UNDMAN Hotel lilyndon We nesdiiy Decfiiuber 11 r Goods 2 Our prices ipel you to trade with us when you give us a trial B Ln a B B M m nm ilDynnjlUn ladies cannot be deceu ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy Iin the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you hav the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with itAND GIbson1 I am agent for the Page Wire Fence jf And will sell any amount wanted Keep car load on hand at all Hires Mao pure bred Dnrocl Jenel Hogs fo ele coyXlrknUle SYlY r Jc2 n 04O tnio g 1J tI1 V Vgc t1 1 0 Y 111 rm F Er Vt fry Mo ItY LL i4rrk i JEWELRY iJC CtThe Kentuckywill VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and alsott Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also nmke a specialty of MEDALS uillKHave you Seen ofBryantimes My Motto ANDFAIR Victor Bogaert 67 E KYlSfebly tIipLJAPANESE CUREAIIPCITOR1ES Capanics ot OIntment ino twO PIIIafblereFcsuUn In death unnocsry Why WrlttcvOunrantee SentTJAFfiflNSTIPATIOM Cured Piea PwntedJip4n je Llr Psict ItEGULATOtthad foJFor sale by Stockton Hasan Drusjlsts 1Irp m aTI ihnmU1f Successor to J W Azbill fay M ani Sals Stf IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND rach27ly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs i- nWcil Paper for Summer and Fall trade Comprising many tt 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 PERRYt THOMAS WALL PAPER Cow L LEEDS Painter and Decorator ITJantf PHONE 75 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Cluib tians in that country sEvery form of tyranny antI brutali ty has prevailed No man has been allowed to amass money for any evi deuce of prosperity would nttrart the attention of avaricious ofllcials No farmer dare raise more titan he re quire for his own wants because a surplus would certainly be seiznd for the government for the USPS of the military Women and children as well as men have been butchered by thong uds by incurring the animosity ol the Turkish troops One record shows 15000 of such victims during the last ten years If a faithful Moslem covets tie property of his Christian neighbor it is only necessary to denounce him for discontent before the nearest magistrate and the soldiers will do the rest No Christian woman in Macedonia can be protected from the lust of the Turkish soldiers and oflicials and the thresholds of thousands of homes lire fclippery with the blood of fathers and husbands who have died defending the honor of their whes ROd daughteis Hut the Turks have a way of accomplished their purpose without the use of force ira Turk finds a Christian woman who pleases his fancy it is only necea sar for him to have her summoned before the nearest magistrate and asked II she desires to become his wife If she consents the marriage ceremony is performed at once If she refuses persecution beginuot only herself but her father mother brothers und sisters are arrested for fictitious of fences and thrown into prison They may be accused of treason and shot they may be fined the entire value of their property and rxujde to butler oIlier penalties which the Turks show great inuenuity in devlbiuj Some girls yield to save their families and are selfcaudemed to spend their lives in the perpetual slavery of the harem bnt usually the entire family abandon everything and flee over the boundary into Bulgaria with only such property as they can carry in their hands to begin life over again under the protec tion of the Bulgarian authoiities and among sympatheticsurroundings The Turkish oflkialsalways confiscate any property that may be left Southern Bulgaria is full of such refugees I met a man yesterday who told me that more than a dozen fami lies within his own personal acquaiu tauce had been compelled to abandon their homes in Macedonia for this rca son alone and within the limits of Bulgaria are several thousands of simi lar cases The young women disfigure themselves that their attractions may not excite time lust of the Turks KENTUCKY WOMAN And Her String of Thorough breds Which She Manages Mrs Madeline Colic and her string of seven thoroughbreds are the sensa thou of this seasons meet atEmeryvillo Mrs Cone not only Inns her horens in her own name and colors but she per sonally superintends her own stable Mrs Cone is from Kentucky thaI explains her beauty and love of fine horses She is a young woman whose dark eyes gentle manners and soft speech are typical of the South She was in ILls city last year arid attracted much attention not only on account of her personal charms but as the wealthy widow of one of Denvers rich mine owners Mrs Cone is not apluuger in fact she never bets on the races but runs her horses for the glory audjpurses they may capture She has not the gambling Instincts of Lady Algy who bet her all on Flickainaro and declared that if she lost her diamonds she would buy paste and begin life over againMrs Combs father the late William S Morgan was the owner of one of the finest stud farms in Kentucky Her greatunclo was Morgan the Raider a name hallowed on the Confederate roll of honor This is good Blue Grass stock that ought to produce a Queen of the Turf Here is the story of a wealthy woman who doesnot collect pipes old shoes rare china tans or any other of the articles usually indulged in by women Her fad is fine horse flesh Franklin Favorite JIH funny hut time gii Iwl10 would marry a drunkard to reform him would never think of trying to make rufiles out of barbell wire A Wile Says- tWe have four efclUren Withthcfir three suffered almost unbearable pains from 12 to 11 hours and had to be placed under the influence of chloroform I used three bottles of Mothers Friend before out Iis child came which k a strong fat and Wealthy boy doing ay kousorktmp towithin two hours of birth and suffered but a few hard pains This lini meat M the grand t remedy cvc- rMothers ma Ar Friend 1 w3i do for every woman what k Hot tkc MiastBata mother who writes the above kt ter Not to use ft during pfegRaocy k a mhUfce to be paW fo kpakj sad suttmaf Mothers Friend fItpatUat wttk a stroag body aad clear intetUcI wkki k marc imparted to the cMd It rdua te muidet and allows them to pandIt ttKfVK morning skkoesi aod strvmmnttt ck p t9jj the orfitt concerted m perfect txsutotion Soc the fiaal hour so that the actual kbof it 1aorta taitica11ypaw Pea ytt ol rMae or kafthNelkk aitogethi iiay1edakw days MM flvfldMr S ffYWAv 9f 9 a The BndfleM JlepUator Cfc Attmti Gfc MM far MW int BlMtraUd boot c t KENTUCKYS RESOURCES Movement For a Display of Them at the St Lous Exposition The BiarJ oi Trade of this city has started a plan whereby it is hoped great results may come to Maysville and the state at large It isprosposed to have Senttor wr Ham II Cox fztthera bill and he has it under way and push its passage at the foitbcominj session of the Legis lature the expressions of which shall pledge a certain sum of money with which to make a creditable exhibit during the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis in Io3 Heretofore there have been appro priations for such purposes but so meager in sum ns to preclude the pos sibility of ad vei lining the States re sources and properly presenting to the world the inexhaustible fields of miner ale the vast area of territory the nl most HmitlesH supply of timber and tle geographical Isituation which Ken tucky possesses It is proposed by those having tin bill in hand to so frame it as to make this good results to the State thc first consideration The matter of management will not be given to those seeking fat salaries with no desire oraliiiity to do the work whichwill be utcffeMiry Itn of the test lUsue s qualifications men above party baseness men Wlq III plannirg and sound in execution will be selected and upon only H comfortable annul txwhile till preliminary arranguiuentfi are being cart jed out It in only eighteen months until the day of opening the Esposiiiit which from every standpoint will eclipse any ever held The Legislature sits in January and any move towaids pae ing tuch a Jill must be done at this gission The newvpapers of the Hate are its pulse nod if they will they can boom this meaauro and accomplish more thi n all other forces combined As the gentlylieslearn of lw condition so the pen of till pulseofexpression that this move may be pushed on to complete enccess Lodger ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES fromStaCeaHDeVauxments and study succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum theDeVaux000 hogs have been successfully treated and theAntitoxintre1tedTheabsolDtelypreveDtwill save at least AJ percent In case of failure CefundedofholtSOne ounce vial sufficient for MX hoirs 100 ChemicalCompaDY21aprly The Presidents Joke Representative Boreing accompan led by KJ Hampton of Kentucky and Senator Mason of Illinois up proached time President about th same time Thursday morning says a special Do you know what I am thinking about doing asked the President of Senator Mason looking towards Mr Doreing I think I will divide the flairs of the Government in two parts one relating to the atTaiN of Ken tucky and the other to the remainder of the Government The joke was appreciated For the last two weeks most of the Presidents time has been taken up by Kentucky office seekers The President probably thought that ho should be permitted a little time to look after the business of other States Of Benefit to You D S Mitchell Fulford Mil Dur ing a long illnew I was troubledwith bd sores was advised to try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo and did so with wonderful results I was perfectly cured It is the bests the on the market Sure cure for piles sores burns Bewaro of counterfeits PEnnY THOMAS Public Protected lIon Judge Wing of the Federal Court of Cleveland has just issued a permanent Injunction with costs arid damages enjoining a lawyer named Goroy from the manufacture and sale of an imitation of Ckscarets Uorey imitated the boxes the shape of the tablet and used a similar sounding name This decision is to be com mended It is a long step in iho right direction Any dealer who will OtTer a substitute or say that something is just as good when Cascaiets aro call ed for does it for the purpose of making a fewcents extra profit which must always at the expense of the customers l1ealthOascurelshavehren advertieJ freely in our columns and as the result of making them known CaFcareU today have time largest sale of any bowel medi cine in the world They are always packed in metal boxes with tin long tail0 on the cover nnd each tablet stamped 0 OC They are tmver sold in bulk or from jars We deem It our duty to warn our readers against an Imitation or substitute of this mentor ious medicine and if at any time they have been offered a tubstituie or an Oiler made to sell something just as Vgyd when Cascareta have been ask ed forwewUl pleased Indeed to have a lettpr to that effect or write di rect to the Sterling Remedy Company New York or Chicago 4de3t Capt Carters Partners The case of Beijamin DGreene John F Gaynor William T Gaynor and Edward II Gaynor pame up for argument in the supreme court today This Is acaue wlier iii tint alleged partners of former Captnin Oberlin Tarter were indicted in New York and the government seeks to compel the de rcndantdoKO to Georgia for trial The tleIeta1swere represented by exSeu atoc DjJ thuaitd Abrani J Boar wliile tlio govern w t WM repreeenlwl by SolYcitor Gt01et JUekarda Hud Marion Erwte spei l eomHClIATctt DMitt ww b n tM IOueeriWua by Kr BUS mud wiHjwi toumpletd too mborro wL iiL Repairing Neatly Done Never thought of such a sign for a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin andweak Some of the new ones are not wellmadeand all of the old ones arc racked from long usage alIIkiinside and out It makes soft bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best materials are used in the patching and the patches dont show through the new glow ofhealth iNo one has to wait his turn You can do it yourselfyou and the bottle This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample J SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and l all druggists A Strange Coincidence A dispatch from Frankfort Tuesday says The term of John J Hush Jr of Lee county a convict in the penitentiary here under sentence for house breaking expired this morning and when he presented himself at the prison gate for release he found there another John Hush asking to be released The second lohn Bush showed that he was from Leo county and had also been gent up for a fiveyear terra for house breaking An inspection of the record showed that the two men ilalh been received at the same time but that one lund lust 27 days good time and the other nine lays IJoth claimed to be time man who had lot the nine days good time and time officials had some ditliClllty in ascertaining which was telluiz tIe truth It was learned that the man who first present himself for release was the one not entitled to it and he was sent back to the shops The men are relatives If you want to part for good with most any man and you cant do it any other way you can always do it by lending him some money A Special Offer evenyhometo any address every week for the months including the big Christmas nnTnber on receipt of 25 llIrrorjeditedtains time best independent polical article stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you For sale by all newsdealers Five cents a copy 2 per year Write fur ample copiesTHE MIRROR 4aeptf St Louis JMo THE HOME GOLD CURE AX IXflKXIOUS TKEATJIBXT BY WHICH IWUNKAIUIS AUK UKIXG CURED DAILY IN SlITK Of TUEJ1 SELVES Xo Noxious Doses No Weakening of thin serves A Pleasant ana 1usitivo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison ami nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat tug liquQrsreouires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating this poison and destroying the craving for intoxicants Suifenors may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time froth buniriess bv this wonderful HOME GOLD CtJUE which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful UFO according to directions of this wonderful discov ery Is positively guaranteed to cure tile must obstinate uSe 110 matter how hard adrlnker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards Into sober Industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR HUS hANDS I fHILDUEN CURE YOUIt FATSERS1 This remedy is specificforviSetlalhl prepared that it is thoroughly anti pleasant to the taste so that it can ba given in a cup of tea orcoflVft witlfuut the knowl dge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made turn perate men by having the CURE ad ministered by loving friends and rela liVes without thpjr knowledge in coffee or tea and today that they discontinue drinkingof their own free will UO NOTWAIT io not La tle- ladetl hYAtpArront and misleading Ctm- proVtI out the disease at once and for all time The HOMo extremelylowwithin reach of everybody a treatment immure effectual thAn others t25 to 50 ialldlrectioflflaccoropany eacn pnck w Special iKlvic by skilled phyusiie4w when requtwted without ext r ctMM Sent prepaid to A pert o- ftlewwf ipt of One Dollar IHIMsrkerst Pbltadetphmli Al corr poodence strictly conSden tUi Imlyl yr l ii r 1 From the Other Side rSome interesting disclosures have recently been made by the Army and Navy Journal concerning tho vitrioii nationalities represented in the Ui jili army during the war between tilt States Out of an enrollment of 2000 ufllccrs and men it appears that one fourth of this number were of furrijjn birth dirtributed simoni the variou nationalities as follows Germany 175000 England 50 000 UritisiiAmer ican fX000 Ireland 150 000 smith other countries 75000 making in all COOOOO foreigners enlisted on the Union fideJ- In view of this showing is it any wonder that the result of the war was inevitable The marvel of it all is that the South with only GJOOOO men enlisted during the entire service sue ceeded in keeping such an army at bay for four long years Today the rum ords of the government will show that on the Federal pension rolls there tire more Union veterans enrolled tlmn there were soldiers mustered in the Confederate ranks and still these line more who want to get mi- TJiU statement id mad without arty feeling of bitterness Vie rtjoicn that the war is over mid that tidied huts comeback again but sluice the South lost in the struggle it is boniHthing of on unction to the wounded untie of the old veterans who wore time gray to know just how it was But The Army mill Navy Journal goes on to give fumo additional sta tUtics which will prcuublv interest our leaders aud which suggest no in vidious comparison Fortyeiaht per cent of time soldiers in the Union army were farmers 27 per rent were me chanics 10 per cent were laborers o percent were professional men and 4 per cent it eie miscellaneous There is Fist one thought wnich oc curs to us in thiH connection If 43 per cent of tbe solcJlarh who composcil the rank and file r t the union army were farmers it M probabli that tIe country is inoebteil to the TiirmerH in greater mearuro than nwt if us have been inclined to suppose anti that be sides being our mainstay imd support in lime of pence they have also been our protection iu time of war teL cs bear this fact ill mind when wa are tempted to forget them Another interesting fact brought out by this same autlioiilyis that t if averasiu height of the Union soldi ar was 5 feet 8 inches Unfortunately wts have no way of getting at such sats tics in regard to the Confederate arny Ve never had time to toko thmemAt lantic Constitution Health and Beauty I IeIsuitpure blood Pimples boils nnd other eruptions follow This is natures i netliudof throwing off the which the bowels failed to Wits Little Early liters poisonIfamous for remedying this They stimulate the liver and regular Dud healthy action bowels but never uacgripiniccrainp or distress Safe pills IJKKY inojiv The Territory of Alaska When the territory of Alaska was purchased by the United States Gov ernment in 1SC7 there was little reason to believe that the Investment woulr yield anythint like the hioidrtotno li nancial results which havu SilIca ac crued from the purchase In foet many of our ablest statesmen depleted the action of time government in PUt chasing this ice bound territory when we already had more territory bite we could possibly occupy lint the wis dow of time policy has nevertheless been demonstrated beyond any doubt At least 70000000 has been realized from the fisheries alonw since the pur chase was made while the fur induMry has yielded 35000000 and the gold mining Industry 40000000 Consider big that the territory only crt 11 000 an enormous profit ha been realI ized out of the investment What the future has iu store for thin vast portion of our national domain yet remains to he seen but there can be no controversy over the fact that the possibilities of Alaska are welt nigh infinite H TheWhole TruthV i Theres nothing so bad for a cough coughingTheres so good for a coughas Ayers I Cherry Pectoral 1 Tie 35 ceat ftzt e JMtrigt for aa ordiasry CTerjy cold TJie5o cot rac k better fof tae cougk of bcoaclihk uosp grip MM kotncacM Tie Sot MK k tLc beat for ckook covfbe MOA apuocWoicdJiIiL fi 1 r I Dom You Know I That and Cm ages are Stun J5 to 510 cbut vr now than they nere a r week ago We ti3t bave rod election on our floor You sno maneT by bUy ItI1Dd LOUIS GUS STRAUS Great Fall Sale COTHiNGGRATasT CLEVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY if3 Suits 2 99 and 3 99 FancySuits 11 largest 300 dozen Shirts regular price J 50 and 2 00 now Which less than Cost MAKE STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LEXINGTON LEXINGTON KENTUCKY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOn Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful t medicine positively cures Consumption HayFeverPleurlsy Wh09pingCough Price 50c t 1 Trial Bottle Tree On Jelliespreserves and pickles spread a thin coating of PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will keep them tbeolatelr mo tore and acid proof PureneanldlaramnelaallO UMful in a dozen olber wall about tile boone packageUoldercrywtxrt STANDARD OIL CO Or Beauties ForA11gg t Our Floral Decorations are beauties We possess and practice the ueceua I ry KNOW now mar ranEcord Cr- A receives our yrsonal tentlon alJC J BELL The ForistI KY HENRY L FERRY Agt c Bells Flowers go Everywhere J f Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX tAnd The OHIO CLEVELAND O Both One Forp1 Tho OHIO FARMER Cleveland O is the best avricnlinral live etockt market and home weekly jlurllllfn this country Fnr very ineinlier of MII family It tells how to ni kp time fern pay alidth hfime happy It bus 20 pjtjces every week of PB 24 noges editOfYdL9NiSi3OhilOiitK all farmers No wide awake farmer will bwhii Ad- dOtauu Prtetinc Co Rieh nk qualItycost more another season goingDp E Harriage Ws John Donelson Prop r Opening t Mens Black Clay Wor sted Suits 4 99 t t The and finest shownI 98 Centsis Departmentoland willbeOUR LOUTS GUS STRAUS TAILORSGfu IftJ rJLEXINGTON FARMER InrkHtfoopGrt joUrtlxlItwUlpqfof HolidaySuggestIons cibr Here is the making of a Happy Uome And here is where your friends buy The enjoymentCHAIRS and ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all theyear Frameseimave ksniceAnd many other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE W S Oldharn Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND hulr3LlyKNt0y I WALLPAPERSLARGEST STOCK IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY OUR MidSummer CUT PRICES are now in full force biggertheShades 10 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade and we make all kinds of Shades 1Whitewllllrsmyoursave rionnv avoid biil material poor workmanship and vexatious delajabyhaving Willging with his force of workmen GEO M WILLGINGManufacturer of nil kinds or Paints Paints for nil kindsof purposes Each specific Paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY frWHY NOT BUY HE BEST Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse We also make a full Mae of High Grade Vehicles aad Harness List COSMO CO Glen Rock Pal 23wpt6u 1 For Rubber Stamp8 No7Sr SendCalalcpleatrtl CARRIAGE CALL AT + 4THIs OFFCEft C r L The Richmond Climax 3 C CHENATJLT President Manager1l0DT WEDNESDAY DEC 4 1901 rnBLUHKUCVEKY WEDNESDAY B- TTJis Climax Printing Co Incorporated IT is said that the following peculiar letter fiom Col Dan R Collier has been sent out to the chairmen of the Republican County Committees LANCASTER KY Nov 25 1901 DEAuSIIIaw an applicant for the position of Surveyor of Customs I need the office and an growing old for active work I think mv ceiviccs to my country in the Civil War together with my work for tlm Republican par ty for the last quarUr of a century andespecially that v liitli I did as Ad jutant General for Governors Bradley and Taylor entitles mo to this distinc tion I would thank you for a letter signed by you as Chairman of the county committee recommending me to the President f r the place Yours D R COLLIEK It seems that since General Collier was defeated for Councilman in the recent election he has become a politi cal mendicant but it is about time they were giving him a pension for services rendered THE long suffering Mr Nation secured Ins divorce from his wife Carrie the Smasher just in time for Thanks giving iTs a vory dull day when we cant strike a gusher somewhere in Kentucky For the Soldiers Home In order to create an interest in the proposed Home for the old and infirm soldiers of the Souther armies a meet ing of the Confederate Veterans was held iu the Masonic Temple last Satur day morning Mr W Reed Embry ol Danville who recently spoke on the subject at the State meeting in Louis vile was the speaker of tho day He made a strung appeal for the establishing of a homo and for pensioning the old soldiers In his speech he paid glow lug tribute to General Morgan Gen John O Breckinridge Col Gheuault and other Kontuckians whose names are inscribed on tho Temple of Fame It was a splendid effort and will doubt lefis do much toward awakening interest in the work here at home After the address Mr R E Roberts read the following resolutions He it resolved by the Confederate Veterans and the friends of the cause in Madison county Ky 1 That the building of a Confeder ate Home in the State of Kentucky for tho infirm indigent and aged Con federate soldiers who faithfully and valiantly served in the Lost Cause and who are no longer able to light lifes battles would be a most laudable and praiseworthy undertaking and one worthy ot the aid nnd support of all Confederate Veterans the Suns and Daughters of the Confederacy and all other persons 2 That tim Confederate Veterans and other friends of Madison county heartily indurse the movement to establish such an institution and plndgc their aid in every wav within their poworj both financial and otherwise for the furtherance of so worthy an un dertaking 3 That they ask the Hon Curtis F Barnaul Senator of this District and the Hon C L Searcy Representative of this county in the General Assembly of Kentucky to use their efforts to get the General Assembly to make a liberal appropriation for the maintenance of such an institution when established and if feasible to introduce a bill to that effect and to seek its passage No Buyers The livery stable of J V Gibson and the tobacco factory ot Burgin Taylor were both offered for sale Saturday afternoon Although there was a very good crowd out there were but few bidders and both sales wee declared off CJIBrowerCo11LEXINGTON o Christmas Times Will Soon Be Here We earnestly request that you come to our store and see what we have to offer Youll not be disappointed and we are confident it will prove to be most sat isfactory place to do your Christmas shopping A vast assortment of Furniture An almost bewilder ing display of pictures New things in cozy corner fixings and pieces for the Den kge Line ot Shtuty FANCY BASKETS TURKISH RUGS And hundreds of other attractive things F1BrowerCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LKXJNGTQN KY PERSONAL Miss Bessie Turley Is visiting friends in GeorgetownMr of Garrard county was a visitor here Monday Col T P Embry was the guest of friends here Saturday Mr John B Ohonault was at home ThanksgivingMiss visited relatives in Lexington last week Mr Waller Traynor cf Danville Is- tt home for a few days Miss Mayme Pickels has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Miss Carlisle Chet ault has as her guest Miss Helen Tiusloy of Louis villeAttorney FC W Clay of Cincin nati was In the city several days last John C Miller of Stanford has been among his own people for SOl e days Mrs John Turley spent several days of last week with her parents in Win chesterMr and Mrs Eugene Walker of Louisville ire tho guests of Miss Kate Walker Miss Myra Tevis of Silver Creek was the guest of friends in the city Monday Miss Sallie Ellis returned to Dan ville Monday after spending several days at home Mrs J O Elliott of Fayette county is visiting her mother Mrs J M Boen atKingstonMr W Trible returned to Louisville Friday after spending a few days at home Mrs W R Letcber Jr left Friday to spend a few weeks with her parents in Montgomery Ala Misses Bessie and Mary Ooyje spent Thanksgiving in Danville the guests of Mrs Bland Ballard Mrs II B Land of Nicholasvi lie is visiting her mother Mrs Lizzie March on Lancaster Avenue Dr awl Mrs R M Phelps of Ver sailles were the guests of relatives in the county last week Mr and Mrs F B Carr and chi dren ot Paris were the guests of Mrs P M Pope last week Mr W S Moberley was in Winches ter Thanksgiving a guest at the din ner given by Miss French Mr AV H Wagers of Wisemantown was the guest of his son Superinten dent J W Wagers Monday Dr and Mr J V Logan of Danville were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thompson Uurnam last week Messrs D B Shackelford and D It Tevis returned Thursday from a hunting expedition in the mountains Mr Scott McGuire of Lincoln county was in the city Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs J N Culton Miss Dovle Letcher returned to Mt Vernon Saturday after spending the Thanksgiving Holiday at home Edward Stockton and William Smithof Centre College were at home last week for Thanksgiving Messrs Charles Rankins and J R Smith of Centre Colege were with friends here several days last week lion R W Miller attended the Cen tral University football game and banquet at Louisville last Thursday Mrs Emma Gregory and Miss Lucy Gregory expect to leave in a few days for Orlando Fla to spend the Winter Mrs J S Collins and Miss Mary Collins were in Glasgow last week to attend the MarshallMorrison wedding Meers C R Anderson Miller Lee and W S Rowland of Danville spent Thanksgiving with Capt J T Shack elfordMisses Jennio Wallace and Florence Burnside of Garrard county are visit lug Mrs Thomas Thorpe on High streetMrs W H Shanks who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin has returned to heHiome in Stanford Dr EllkrK P Smith came up from Louisville last week to spend Thanksgiving with his parents Dr and Mrs A Wilkes Smith Mrs Guess Todd Of Albany Mo and Mr C B Gilmore of Blooming ton III are the guests of their mother Mrs Jane Gilmore at Kingston Ky Miss Annie Halderaan of Louisville andJMiss Walker of Richmond are guest of Miss Annie Speak Thomson near Thomson Station Winchester SunMrs Wiley F Johnson formerly of this county but who now lives near Dewitt Ill is slowly improving after undergoing avery seriousand painful operationJudge Rollins Burnmn hasrented the handsome residence 9f Judge Wm Lindsay corner of Wapping and Wilk inson streets and moved InFrank fort Roundabout Mr W II Watts who has been with Higgins Ellis for several years has accepted a position with the Blackburn Grocery Company at Georgetown and left for that city yesterday much to the regret of life friends here Mrs TE Arnold representing the Christian Endeavor Society ot the Christian churchwas in Frankfort Thursday to assist at the dinner which the society gave the convicts on that dayMisses Johnny and TJIa Terrell of Terrell Ky and Miss Emma Cox of Richmond are spending Thanksgiv lug with Misses Stella and Ida Waide The Misses Terrell nd Cox are stu dents of Hamilton College Lexington Jessamine News Little Miss Margaret Dykes has returned from Cincinnati and to the delight of her parents many friends ill much improved Since undergoing the operation several weeks ago she has grown better steadily ant her com plete recovery is now assured Mr J Routt darken fyoung Louis while composer has just finished a two step and march The Belle of Amen cJ1which will be introduced by Wehrleya orchestra at the Gait House tonight Mr Wehrley praises the com position highly Mr Clarks work has already attracted favorable notice He is the omposer of May a sere nade and his friends are confident that his productions will enjoy a wide popularity Louisville Post The friends of Dr CT Taylor who was for several years n popular stu dent and atbelete at Central Univer sity have received the following hand somely engraved invitation Mr and Mrs John B Stevenson request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their sister Miss Bernice Stevenson- to Charles Traeheart Taylor MD on the evening of Wednesday the eleventh of December at nine ocloc First Presbyterian Church Huntington West Virginia The Post Dispatch of Fairhaven Wash says of Mr Clinton Howard who recently visited Miss Berthenia McCord in this city Mr Clinton Howard of the law firm of Newman and Howard is ono of the two prominent young lawyers spoken ofas can didates to represent the Republican party in the North West as n third Congressman for the State of Washington He hasbeen prominent in party affairs during the whole time of his residence in the state having served a term as City Attorney of Fairhin- venRELIGIOUS In the absence of the pastor Rev Dr Barbour occupied the pulpit of the Christian church last Sunday Dr X tK Smith has tendered his resignation as pastor of the Elizabeth town Presbyterian church to take effect December 1 He has calls from two churches under consider- ationMATRIMONIAL EEK10nEMcCOLLU1liss Mar garet McCollum and Mr Ad W Creek more will be married in Lexington totInyDAVISLmvsisaac D vis and Miss AnnaLewi both of Berea were married at the brides home on Thanks giving day- JoHNSoNBRnarrIsaac Johnson and Miss Nannie Barrett both of Be rca were married Wednesday at the home of Rev Rojert Ambros- eIt is announced that the wedding of Senator Blackburn of Kentucky and Mrs Mary A Blackburn will occur in Washington December 10 KIXNAKDUNDEUKOOD William Kin nard of Paint Lick and Miss Lou Ella Underwood of Kirksville were mar ned in this city Vednesday RHODUSHILI Clarence Rhodus and Nora Hill both of whom live near Edenton were married Thanksgiving day at the home of the brides father JW Hill UNDKRWOODHDXTEK AVinfield Un derwood and Miss Josie Hunter both Jessamine county came to this city Wednesday and were married by Squire D P Armer- DAVISFJELDS1lr Herbert Lee Davis and Miss Jessie Fields were uni ted in the holy bonds of Matrimony November 13th nt Clinton III Mr Davis is a prosperous Kentucky boy BAKERCOTTIXGHAM Mr J M Ba ker bookkeeper at Letcher Witts warehouse and MIss Mar Emma Cottingham of Kirksville were married last Wednesday by Rev J M Bailey ot the Christian church The Interior Journal says Rev S M Rankin said one ceremony tit his residence on East Main Street Wednesday afternoon that bound together three couples of young people They drove down from Richmond secured licenses at Lancaster and coming to Stanford the above man of God did the rest The couples were Robert Broaddus and Miss Grace Robeits Ar thur Taylor and Miss Lizzie Taylor and Roscoe Saundbrs and Miss Tima Burton The young people are from the Edenton locality- GARDNERWILLIAMBMr Joe S Gardner and Miss Myrtle Williams were married at the home of the brides fath er Mr W T B Williams at Irvine Friday The bride Is a popular young lady who has a great many friends here where she has often visited Mr Gard Jilt Stuffed Up Thats the condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in the morning Great difficulty is experienced in clear lug the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the atom ach and affects the appetite To euro catarrh treatment must bo constitutionalalterativo and tonic- I was afflicted with catarrh I took medicines ot different kinds giving each a fair trial but pradually grew worse until I could hardly bear taste or xmcll I then concluded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla nnd after taking five bottles I was cured arid have not bad any return of the disease since ECOESB KOBBCJ Lebanon KIm Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrh it soothes and strength eras the mucous membrane up the whole system ner is a well known young business man formerly counseled with the L A railroad lie was educated al Central University and has always been popular here The young couple left Immediately after the marriage for a hip through the Great Vest LANE GKEKX Mr L E Lane and Miss Bertha Green of this city went to Lexington Thanksgiving day where they were quietly married by Rev Dr Muller of the First Presbyterian church Mr Lane is the well known jeweler of this city who has resided hero for several years and who has made many friends throughout the city and county His bride is a n ell known school teacher and e accom pushed young lady who is lovedand admired by all who know her Mr and Mrs Lane returned Friday and for the present have taken rooms at Mrs Merritte Along with their other friends the CLIMAX extends congratulations and wishes for them a long happy and useful married lifer BIRTHS nNTo the wife of Z M Boen near Kingston on December 1st B nine pound son DEATHS SCHOOLED Mr W P Schooler lather of W F Schooler formerly of this city lied at his home in Mt Sterling Fiiday nicht after a long illness Mr Schooler was OS years of ape He leaves four children to mourn his loss OWSLEV Casey Owsley died nt his home in Lancaster Friday after an illness of about eighteen months of tuberculosis He had returned a few days before from Deming N Jl where ho had spent a year iu search of health He was the youngest ton of the late Judge M H Owsley and was a graduate of Centre College and of the Law school of tho University of Vir ginia Mr Owsley lived here several years ago taking his brothers place In tho Revenue office During his stay he made a great many friends who wboIMargaret J Culton lCULToslrs Culton died at her home on North street Friday after noon After the funeral sei vice at the rendoncc Sunday the burial took place in thIS Richmond Cemetoiy Mrs Culton was in her fortyninth year anti she had been a sufferer from par alysis for many months Several times in the last six mouths her life had been dispaired of and when the end finally came it was no surprise Mrs Culton was formerly a Miss Clark and was a native of Jackson county Her family has always been prominent both in business and politics During her residence of five years in this city she has made a great many friends by her kindly Christian character and her charitable nature Besides her hus band she leaves eleven children to mourn her loss- Marriage license were issued Monday to Wister Johnson and Theresa Ballinger It L Richardson and Mamie Finney all of Berea Elks Minstrels The Elks minstrels will be given on the night of Thursday December 19th This entertainment which has been promised for a long time extensively advertised and afterward postponed will come off without fail on tho above date If you miss it you will miss the chance of your life- Foxtown Changes Hands Foxtown was sold Monday by Dr David Bennett of Lexington to J W Wilson of this county The town includes two residences a blacksmith shop store post office distillery and 46 acres of land The price of the whole was 87500 Four Caught Four negroes Bud Towles William Walker John Wallace and William Thornton were arrested in Lexington on the charge of housebreaking and were brought here by Deputy Sheriff Colyer Friday It is claimed that they broke into and robbed tho store of Charles Blythe at Farristown on the night of November 17 Thor are now1 in jail awaiting the action of the Grand Jury One of the men Bud Towles lives in this county The other three are from Lexington Magistrates Swwn hi Three newly elected Magistrates appeared In court Monday with the commissions signed by Guv IleckbamJ and took tho oath of office They were OT Bogie of the Million District S II Lane of Kllistoii and James Luns ford of the Glades Something Good Next Week There is iu session In thia city a committee of leading business and profes sional men representing the different churches and it Is their purpose to call convention of the young men through out the county who are interested in this important work This convention is to held in Richmond December 13 to- 15that means next week For Sale or Renl Dr L Frazeo announces that lie has for sale or rent on easy terms or monthly payments his residence on Second street rind ten or twelve other desirable dwellings in various parts of town Money Is no object as he de ires to dispose of the property It is a splendid chance to get a good home on the easiest terms 4dec3t Dr Vorthcutt Sells Out Dr Elmer Northcutt who has resided at Valley View for several years moved his family to Nicholasville last week He has sold his residence and union to Dr U 0 ONoilt of Ironton Owho will begin the practice of medicine there at once DrXorthcntt Is now extensively engaged in the oil busi ness having become one of the most prominent promoters Iu the State Reading Room Bath Rooms Etc A Young Mens Christian Association in Richmond with reading room library bath rooms educational and social work and religious meetings auU Bible classes for young men would be a great thing for Richmond A county convention will be held hero ou Friday afternoon Saturday and Sunday Dec 13 14 aud 15 to consider the matter Court Day On account of the rain the Decem ber Court day was the dullest we have had here in months There were but few people on the streets and but little stock on the market The merchants reported business not much better than anyother day There were about toO cattle at the stockyards and prices ranged from two to four tents Only a few horses and nnilrs were offered Thousands In Taxes The Sheriff has been doing a land oflice business in the way of collecting taxes during thn last ten days Saturday was the biggest day of all it being the last day of grace and Mr Colyer and three eputies were busy all day the receipts of the day running up into the thousands The collections for the mat week are saul to have rang ed from 0000 to SlOOOOrduly Arrested fur Then Ed West a farmer of the Paint Lick locality while in John Murrys dining room on First street yesterday was releived of his pocket book con taining 50 and sonic notes Bob GolF a town bov was suspected of knowing something about the matter and when interviewed he produced the money He was arrested for the alleged theft but was unable to tell where the pocket book was Another Lcchlnvar The young man who took a horse be longing to Mr D U House at Kings ton Sunday night was captured Non couutyItestealing the horse but that he had written his sweetheart in Jackson county that he would go to see her and he took the horse to make the trip on He was brought here and placed in jail yesterday Posloffice Burglarized Burglars broke into the Lancaster postofllce Wednesday night and made an unsuccessful attempt to dynamite the safe The mail man brought the midnight mail in about the time they were getting under headway and frightened them off and in their hasty escape they left all their tools behind Blood hounds wore put on their trail the next day but they have not yet been captured An Important Convention Just as we go to press we learn that a county convention will be held in Richmoud next week for the purpose ofstarting a young incas Christian Association work in this town and coun ty This convention is the outcome of a series of conferences between the pastors of the city and several business and professional men A representative of the State Committee is here from Louisville and will assist in organizing the work Fool Ball Team Entertained The Richmond Athletic Club went to Winchester last Friday to play foot ball The game resulted in the score of 22 to 0 in favor of the latter Judge J M Benton entertained the whole Richmond team at dinner at his home and although coming back in defeat they were delighted with the trip and returned loud in the praises of their cor dial recepton The boys are now ready to vote for Judge Benton forGovernor President or anything else tht t he may announce himself for DONT BE DECEIVED This warm weather will not last and you wlltneed Boots and Shoes for the change We have tno largest and most select line of BOOTS SHOES HATS and MENS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond Now is the time to make your Fall purchases Come early and get your choice See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 300 In Booths Ideal Patent Vic Kid Patent Enamel Kibo Kid Box Calf in heavy soles and light soles high heels and low heels shoes for dnss shoes for streetaU one price 300 Seethe Famus Stacy Adams Shoe equal to the best and aecoud to none We have them in all styles See our double dockers Bear in mind that wo are headquarters for the Newest Things at all times In HATS NECKWEAR COLLARS and CUFFS A full and complete line of MEWS UNDERWEARA large assortment of Mess and Boys Caps Dress Shirts Dress Gloves Work Shirts Work Gloves Suspenders Socks Handkerchiefs Macintoch and Slicker Coats Umbrellas Sole Leather Lamb Wool Soles Over Gaiters Shoe Polish JtahbttCBoots Rubber Shoes and Felt Boots You will find It n pleasure to trade where you can find what you waHtWEi1AYETUEM JRICE ARNOLDa 4 Ledge M Serrew The Iliclinond Lodge of Elks held services at the Christian church last Sunday afternoon in memory of those of the Order throughout the nation who have departed this life lIon J A Sullivan Exulted tiller opened the services lion It W Miller delivered the address of the day which was n masterpiece of eloquence During the ceremonies a number of musical selec tions woe rendered by Mrs W S OI ham and Mrs G W Pickela Dr Thomas presiding at the organ William Hawley Smith The lecture of William Hawley Smith at Masonic Temple Monday night was one of the most delightful arid instructive entertainments we have had in a long time In giving his sub ject Something Left Over he stated that he desired to give lila hearers something to ememher an 1 to profit by And if every one in the audience did not have something left over aftei the lecture it was not the speakers fault The great pity was that the rain prevented a great runny going which was unfortunate for all who iiilese it missed a treat such asia rarely enjoyed Circuit Courl The December term of the Circuit Court convened at 2 oclock Monday Owing to the repairs on the Court House and the consequent inability to use that building the sessions of the court are being held in the Masonic Temple while the motions are heard in the office of the Circuit Clerk in the Garnett House Thejdocket is large but is thought that the court will ad journ In a few days The docket con sists of 87 criminal cases 191 old equity 43 equity and 13 ordinary appear ances On the docket are several dam age suits amounting in all to over 100000 Another Horse Another horse thief has struck the county and escaped with his booty On Sunday night Ir D B House a far mer near Kingston nada 5yearold sorrel mare taken from his farm Suspicion rested on a young white man who disappeared at the same time the horse did Mr House came to town immediately and informed the Sheriff who is now on the trail of the fugitive It is probable that when he is caught as he surely will be ho will be severely dealt with as these disappearances are becoming entirely too frequent fur the satisfaction of the farmers Contest lor Most Popular Elk We will give to the most popular Elk in Madison county a 1500 Tailor made suit goods to be selected from samples inourhouse Ve will issue cou poiiB at 5 cents each and said coupons will entitle the holder to one vote said vote being deposited in an iron ballot box the Sheriff of the county holding the key until contest is set tIed which will be 30 days from date of opening sale of coupons A comtnitle of three will be appointed to count time coupons and the Elk receiving the highest number of votes will be declar ed the winner Coupons will be placed on sale Thursday December 5 1001 4declm JACOBS MAULER A Rich Find Mr T C Adams Sr a prominent farmer of Athens Fayette county and a brother of the Rev P F Adams of this county has recently made a strike that will eventually make him rich About a year ago he purchased n tract of land from the Waco Mining Com party about eight miles from this city It is the farm that is generally known as the Thornsburg place A few days ago while making some Improvement on the plae Mr Adams discovered a bank of Ocre which is used extensively in making paints It is said to be ot a high quality and plentiful specimen was taken to the State College and Dr Peters pronounced it of the best quaIl ty Mr Adams will develop his find and expects it to prove a very profitable investment Capt Thomas Gilt Capt J M Thomas President of the Ford Lumber Company lisa given a new building to Blue Grass Industrial Institute at Keene Ky The ntiw building will contain the sewing de partment and laundry on the first floor The second floor will have twelve rooms and will be used as a girls dormitory Prof Parker the Principal of school is trying to make an institution like the Tuskegee Instilnteln Alabama going on the principle that before the negro is taucht the classics he should first learn some profitable trade and to work at it in an intelligent and system atic way He has spent about ten days in Madison county and while here has met with much encouragement This new building is the largest gift he has ever received It will be called the Thomas Home in honor of the donor A Good Thing lor Valley View The Argent saye Mr MB Ferran of Cincinati 0 one of the largest owners of stock in the Southern Lumber Co plant here has been granted letters patent on a new process for mak ing wood alcohol Mr Farran we under stand is considorinc the advisiblliiyof ercctinga plant at this place Tne re is considering the adviflibilitv of erect ing a plant at this place The re fuse of time Southern Lumber toa mill here amounts to hundreds of cords of wood annually In slabs and sawdust Heretofore this refuse has been burned wasted and thrown away A plant for the manufacture of wood alcohol beat ed here woul dprove a business venture of nosmallimport and the citizens of Valley View would be proud of the manufactureWill Recorded in Fzyetle The Lexington Herald says that the will of TJ Smith Sr was received at the county Clerks office in that city for record Saturday By this will bis widow Mrs Fannie Smithreceives the family residence a store house 100 shares of stock in the Farmers National Bank and 140 acres of land known as the Collins place in this county A tract of land containing 112 acres in Fayette county is given in trust to roberleytorher sole ar d separate use A farm con taming 340 acre OB the Barnes Mill pike in Madison county is given trust for the benefit of his son and his chill three to sits Parkes W W Watts n4 T J MobarJy Fiftyfour acres on the same pike are disposed of to life same parties as Is another parcel of 90 acres Hfesou Thomas J Smith Jr- abeolutelylahorits eih acres ot val uable city property Jn KMIM CRy Mo0 Tout Joaee Mr Saalthu body serv ant ha retDflMberel In UM will He acquires a booMand lot with Hut pro vision that tlM taxes bli ftfofgri Jie paid ad fao provides that 1M l ofc elaotoat fchatl be jrfwra huts iftdi Cbi tuias A prey bit of wdttoMitt ftpnwsed in Ihs irlll The writer d1rctitbewoimumerithi placed in 1 LETS SEE WHATMcKEES HAVE TO SAY TODAY IIuuIIIIuIIIIu1gray colonInscarlet cardinal heliotrope cadet blue navy pink old rOe light blue ud I UUrJJreSS department I ppuIarA1 If TVTc + frvninfata old roaS cardinal national blue heliotrope green and black at 75c per yd brownLdrtdepartmentheavy silk in buck and white this is very eectlve OUR PRJNTELTFLANNELETTS27- Inch twilled fleeced back in a very large assortment of fancy stripe floral and Persian designs ln all the newest impurttdPreach FANCY OUTING FLANNELS Union 25Inch medium weight In an assortment of stripes and light and dark colors at Sc Snowflake 27inch heavily napped outing flannel made In a handsome assortment of nptodate designs has an ex cellent suit finish which makes it adaptable for all put poses at 8Jc per yd Elder downs strictly allwool firm alockmet back with ctoklnghoueOur Merce ed Sateen 3lnth wide II of the best and ha the luster of satin made in black blue red white and atascperydPrinted sateens 40Inch in blue and white black and ydOcr made In a large variety of stripes and plaids at lOc per yd FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS warrantedfut strongly give carefulattention 1ncdhoseseamlu atsoStarter double Blanket at 50c in arid Boys and Girls Golf Caps at 25c Baojs sKCaps embroidered in silk floss At 25c anti Boys ViIvet Cups at 25c Boys 10 and 2 lalLaLadiesOUR DEPARTMENT OF ART DRAPERY For this season has been selected from the very latest designs Tile seinelion represents handsome patterns in colorcombination that highclass in all respects Queenetta 36inch wide in colors green red and blue Our lap swiss curtain department deserves special comment Swiss curtains yards long ruffles side and end 75c per pair Swiss curtains 3 yards long ruffled side and ends at 99c and 150 per pair UCALL IN AND SEE OUR LINE 1ainL St his fathers lot in the Richmond cemetery to cost SSUO with only the name of his father aud mother inscribed there on no publi sale be held hav lug the utmost confidencein my honesty and integrity he knowing that my prosperity commenced with my father and mother lersonal property was divided among thin deceased relatives A Loss to the Coun y Tim handsome home of Mr George D White near Whites Station was destroyed by fire shortly after noon last Thursday The fire originated in an upper room nnd as the family were at dinner it had gained great headway before it was discovered Some furniture and a few valuable articles were saved in the lower part of the house but it was practically a total loss The insurance on the property amounted to 7500 which was voiy small and not go far in covering the loss It was with feelings of great regret that that our people heard of the disaster The White place was one of oUr somest countryseats and one of those which has given Madison county the reputation of having the most beau tiful homes in the State It was built by Mr Whites father before the war at a cost of thousands of dollars and it has ever been a place where the guest whether stranger or friend was bound to feel a cordial welcome In his great loss Mr White has the sympathy of all who knew the place for nooneever saw it without having an especial pride in it or feeling that in some he shared in the ownership and enjoyment of it PAINT LICK Miss Mattie McCormack has had an attack of grippe MrThompson Ramsey has been very sick but is some better now Old Uncle Amp Adams wbolivee with Mrs Engl man Is very low and not expected to live Mrs E J Wallace who is almost 89 years old is visiting her son Mr H L Wallace at the parsonage Misses Jennie Parkes and Annie Francis attended the Old Fiddlers Contest held in Lancaster last Friday nightMrs Mary J McClintock visited her brother Mr W A Anderson last week She returned to her home in Richmond Saturday Rev Mr McCuinjj pastorjof the Paint Lick Presbyterian church preached an excellent sermon at New Hope Thanksgiving- Mr Miller Meadows and Stella Brown of Leaven will be married next Wednesday The groom is 18 years old and the bride 11 Miss Mattie HendrIcks of Kansas City is visIting her aunt Mrs R G Guyn Miss Maggie Rennick is also visiting lie same placo Stuart Young Suicide s Stuart Young former City Treasurer of JLouIaville who it is alleged was short in his accounts to a largesum committed suicided early Wednesday night The news of the shortage was first made public through the columns of a paper When Mr Opting saw it he wandered down Sixth Street toward the river and in the rear ofs warehouse fired a 88 calibre bullet into his head behind the left ear and died InstantlyStuart H Young was 35 yeaaold and one of the most prominent men in Louisville He was a graduate of Princeton University son of Col Ben nett H Young a prominent lawyer of Louisville and a brother of Lawrence Young of Chicago President of the Washington Park Jockey Club He was married last June to Miss Pessie Vymond one of the most beautiful women lit Kentucky a daughter of L H WvHWfld For days there bad been rumors of discrepancies In Mr UKS office At the hall the authorities had been eegaiMHtof thefct that something was ireeular in Yoasgs affairs DevsI peoto clearly indicate that he realised that disclosure WM inevitable and be prepared loran emergwtey lIe kept hiauetf frooi hw frieada and his ACt in seefIg his pistol Wednesday showed that be was deUraiHed kWle rather than laee public dhagraee all kM tlnrrace exproMJoai of MT MoT tb iracic event 0n the of the ccoo ta in tb Treawmra office the shortage would at preent appear to he aeatetbiag eve 140000 Bat it mntl be born in aised that tkts js ibereiy ii eidiowiagofpaja- gEihirelMohe LADIES with herringbone braid ninch flounce neat fitting inmde waist at IrIc each We advise the trade to to our line of Fleece Lined Hose fast black at Ito per pair high grade Infants ure wool stockings colors pini scarlet blue and white silk heels and toes Jersey leg pua seamless foot at 23c a pair gray white Mitts at are and at that sons will hand lung way local YOB city fuse OWEN MCKEE A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Grrat Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissionsweak and lame iiaiks rheumatism anti all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug uiHt will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment nail will cure any case above mentioned Dr J2 W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis MoI Send for testimonials Sold by all druc gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky KKAD TIllS Ricliiiuitd Ky Feb 9 1901 1r E W 1111 St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle ff the Discoveryfor usingItfeel better than I have in tw nty years and I cheel fullrecommen it to the Respectfully4decly A Great Pity The Winchester Democrat fays A large number of litigants prisoners and officials passed through here the first of the week on their way to Lot don to attend Federal Court As was the case at the Richmond term a large portion of the business passed through Winchester where the cnn of court should have been fixed Its a great pity that the Gate City has turnedout to be nothing but a way station after all these years 100 Reward 5100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hulls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medi cal fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease n quires a constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly up systemtherebyof time disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constltu ion and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for cmv ease that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address- F J CIIENEY Co Toledo 0Sold by all druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best 4dpclm A Demonstration Of ValuettIt can be made clear to any one that our methods of Dental Treatment Are far in advance of many others Each case is considered carefully and allwork done skillfully sad according to the most improved methods Our Crown and Bridge Work Is perfection itself Teeth made by us look natural fit perfectly and wear spfeBdidly are made frcai the btmaterial in the worjd Rubber or Zylotiite 750 Good far 40 years JtIIIStN IeItif IicLlIHii BldgireOffice opea all nig- htPublic Sale LGIboaSaturday November 30 J90J hA frwrt of the 8tMi MehiBO 4Kroa psiIkigtniaiHii aM Pie a d te DM ftr WIck aa4 nuMar frsiIa kr Mk to IrrtM itfwi a Metwwe of SW l tt lllM I sodae1alJAB VGIlI8Otfr 4 iRichmond Kentucky I A Womanly Weakness Womans detire for pretty tLirgs gold and silver hiss come to lie r verbial Men have the same Imir but they disguise it Here are scores of fancies In jIo1 aJ silver for very little monpy fe quality of every piece in our stock i of guaranteed excellence L E LANE YourFriend Jones Provided well for lis family and thought him a worthy example of the cessful business man But when he died without life insur ancebis wife anti children found them selves povertystrick en Profit by his example Consult t The Mutual J J Life Insurance I J Company + JX+ +Will you call or have os cal 10lta with your name and addic5 will doT LETS TALK IT OVER J C BECK Jr Special Agent Trust BIdg Richmond Ky Sing Lit U THE OLD ESTABLISHED 1v ioDpirtmint tlfl In Winchester Ky known asth- eBig Store Everything reM Goods General Dry Oooai indNotions Wrapa Fun womtl aH CMMrena Shoes Ilosie- rU4rwear Carpets ifoute Film etc Bedding etc I JlXACT COST The Stock and FU tore with a 8Te year leaie la tt bet pyiag a biggest stcos is B era Kwrtueky will be iold 0 aKMW todrl c to contlnn tie fcilnt It to b to t mafn pppai- MyirIdsberg Son WUICHMTKH XT 44r- HAVING decided to reduce our 11 our stock of GLASS and perbapsclosedetermined to take off 20 per cent on any article in this line regardless needingGlassnear future will save 20 per cent on the investment These prices are strictly for CASH I If you want anything special in the way of Fancy Groceries 3j Clover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP DEATHERAGE CO The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 4 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store 6febif Hume Cooperap Company want thousands of cords of white oak staves an heading bolts 13no8w Willging is closing out wall papers at bargain prices3c up Window shades of all kinds made to order and kept in stock from lOc up It A Bensley the Paint Lick to bacco king has purchased seveiul crops in that section on an average of about 5r He reports the crops rather bad and prices lUll Parties having corn for sale write Ruriim Bennett Co Silver Creek Ky dec48w Tie young people of College Hill h give a Box Supper on Saturday iiiAf December 14 commencing at ock Proceeds for the benefit of the rhur Public cordially invited Willgings line of genuine brass frames is the largest and lowest priced ever offered here They should be seen to be appreciated Mr ILL Doty bought last week rri A L Ittea a registered improved iiirJ China boar a priz winner at x isvillo and Shelbyville fair during he r ast cummer A handsome price ris lad for the animal Ground Oyster shell to make our hens lay For sale by J H Neff ItRichmond Ky Noted Case Called Te case of the Commonwealth against L Kirby for killing A Graves at n in IfvSO was called in the Circuit it tsterday A I6x2OgoId frame four nch moulding complete readv o hang for J Other sizes ind kinds at same proportion- te prices at WilIgings For Sale We offer for sale privately a thirty oot boiler and long stroke engine halting etc ready for use will sell very heap For paiticulats apply to For JI Chenault or this officer 4 f Elliston Mill Co le cers raining Class Teachers cia es will he organized iiay J02 Board and tuition for en weeks 35 Higher brandies and ouk kerntirig taught Address J B SEOKEST 4 Vc at Klrksville Ky WilIgings force ofskilled cture frame makers willmake our frames on short notice rices guaranteed lower thane lowest work best of the sit in correct combination of olors and finish He uses lily imported French glass for ictures Strayed or Sto n From my home at Valley View Idoesdav night November 20 one ycLy 2 years past short thin mane will pay liberal reward for any in rmation leading to the recovery f me WM LEDFOKD 4Jec2t TAXES Last warning Unless yOU ay before the first dayof De ember you will have to pay nalty December Court PaytRespectfullyH C tII U 10d Z 011ficeJuly 17tf Mrs George H Myers keeps on hand fine Black cakes for Xmas and Thanksgiving similar in product to her premium cake 13iiotf Corn Wanted Burnam Bennett Co Silver Creek Ky want 10000 barrels of corn write them for prices 4decSw Logs Wanted The Hume Cooperage Company are in the market for 10000 white oak logs Callat theiroffire for specifications and prices I3no 8w For Rent A nice dwelling on Lancaster avenue with all necessary out Imlldinge Eor paniculate call on or mklrpss IiEO U PIMMOXS novl3tr Itiitliitioid Kv Christmas Presents for Mn Lndifs will find at our store many beautiful ns well ae useful presents for their men friends Come early while the assortment is large- Cov1NGTo BANKS For Rent A nice dwelling house with all necesearvoutbuildineson North street For patticulars call on or address- W H MILLER noG 2mo Richmond Ky Change cl Time TIme Louisville Nashville railroad announce the following change in their time card which went into effect Monday November 25 1901 No4 Nrtht1Ijyleave8rchm9nd at 352 a m instead of 355 a m No 5 South leaves at 1105 p instead of 1125 p m No 21 Kowland Branch accm leaves at 845 a m instead of 855 am Public Sale As Trustee of E D Colyer I will sell on Friday December 20 1001 at 10 oclock a m at the home place on the Tales reek pike three miles from Valley View and nine miles from Rich mond the following property Tho home place a farm of 02 acres containing a good dwelling barn etc 60 acres known as tire ISurglu place adjoining the above with house and barn This place Is all in grass Terms made k nown on day of sale J E BALDWIN Trustee 4lec2t GEESE WANTED Highest cash price paid for geese and all other poultry and eggs J H Neff 2OnovURichmond Ky Fur Silts or Rent I have for sale or rent two houses and lots in Kingston well improved having on the premises all necessary outbuildings Also onefarm contain ing 70 acres or more one mile west of Kingston For particulars call on or address IdEs JAXE WILMOKK 4uVe4t Kingston Ky Christmas Sale The lathes of the Episcopalchurch will hold their annual Chistmas sale of fancv articles dolls etc at the Uourne building on Friday and Saturday De cember 13 and 14 It will be hard to find prettier Christmas presents than they will have on sale A luncheon for 25 cents will also be served 41ec2t Gas Reduction About one year ngo this company materially reduced gas and water rates It lisa ben so encouraged by increased1 patronage in both during time present year that it has determined to allow ndiciunt of 2c per 1000 feet on JIlu ininatinejras furnished on and after Dec IDOl thereby reducing the net price ofnas from 209 to 175 tSTBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person wise foils to pay- Imisgis bill on or before the 10 of each month at time office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons willjbo required to pay the present rate penalty without ex- CdItiIt1 Respectfully UJCHMOXD WATER IGUT COj Nov 27J9l dec4 tfl EGGsTWe v highest market price for EGGS ALLii BROTBERSj I 1tI1 trIo 1II hhiptlliKyBig Sale el Cattle Weft1nsing 1400 ponnds a 5 cents t 3 Teelli extracted witLoutpain 25 cents DRHqBwr Riclmiond Ky Claim Reward WiliatnFranklinb0tand conviction of the murderers of Coy William Ooebel Logs Wanted The Hume Cooperage Company are lOgiCalland prices 13no8w Lest Day ol School Wednesday the 27th of November brought to a close at Million one of best schools ever taught intlie county There cannot betoo much praise given the teacher Miss Bertha Greene who Is a perfect Kentucky lady well equip ped and industrious and always ready to do tier part Quite a number of Interested neighbors gathered to hetr little fellows as they themselves once did imitate Demosthenes and Patrick Henry At thobesinninK of scllool Mies Bertha offered a medal for the best scholarship It was lice for all and the least and youngest in pcliot hind the same chance as the oldest Every minute of the five months was contested No one could tell who would capture the prize until Miss Bertha arose at the last moment to make her parting address and with a few appropriate remarks handed down the decision in favor of Miss Cede Burrell Million aged 10 years She is a daughter of Mr B B Million and besides being a hard student is quite an accomplished musicianA FRIEND Cut this out and take it to Stockton Hacans drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets the beat physic They cleanse and invigorate ihe stomach improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 25c IT box Stockton Hagaiu 13nolm Change of Time Effective Monday November 25 The L A changed time and trains now arrive and depart from Richmond as follows No2Leaves 605am 1 II 1151 am 1fi mixed arrives 830 a m 4 arrives 220 p m 4 departs 230 p m 5 mixeddeparts 300 p m 3 arrives 820 pm For through time and connections see corrected time cord in another column in next issue of this paper Fulls a Deadly Attack phvciciansM M Austin of Winchester lint but was completely cured by Dr Kinpss New Life Pills Thev work wonders in stomach and livertroubles Cum constipation sick headache 25c at Perry i Thomas drug store 4declui No Maude dear a mendicant is riot a man who is looking for something to mend TO OTJSB A COLD lIT 01TB DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It signatureisAny professional swindler will tell you that lots of men who are wellto do are by no weans easy to do An EiiUsa Author Wrote No shade no shine no fruit no flowers uo leaves November freedomfrombecomtElltroublesome that catarrh is a constitutional disease Et is related to scrofula aud consump tion being one of the wasting diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla Ims shown that what is capable of eradicating scrofula completely cures catarrh and when taken in time prevents consumption We cannot see how any sufferer can put off taking this medicine in view of time widely published record of its radical and permanent cures It is undoubtedly Americas Greatest Reme dy for Americas Greatest Disease Catarrh 13nolm No man who makes a practice of kissing babies cannot be wholly un popular The Pride of lIeroellIMany soldiers in the last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore Feet and Stiff Joints Huoklens Aruica Salvo is the best in the world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store fdaclm Its whcn a woman is dressed to kill that she cuts her less fortunate sister dead Dr Whites Electric ComTjs TheIr merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MBS OPKA C HART State Agent 27feblyr The average actress diamonds are about as real as her complexion Between the ages of fifteen and forty when womanhood begins anti niutimerhooth ends It is estimated that time aggregate term of womans suffering is ten years Ten years out of thirty I One third of the Irst part ot womans life sacrificed I Think ot the enormous loss of time But time is not All that is lost Those years of ant fering steal the bloom from the cheeks the brightness from the eyes the fair ness from the form They write their record in many a crease aud wrinkle What a boon then to woman is Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It pro motes perfect regularity dries up de bilitating drains heals uleelation curia female weakness and establishes the delicate womanly in vigorous anti plrmauent health Nu other medicine can do for woman what is done by Dr PiercuB Favorite Prescrip tion The City of Pekin has only one street lamp Cares Cancer Wood Poison Eating Sorts Ulcers Costs NatlilHs to Try Blood poison or deadly cancer are the worst and most deepseated blood diseases on earth yet the easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Balm is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers bone pahims pimples mucous patches falhn skiu old rheumatism or offensive form of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancer eating bleeding festeringsores swellings lumps per stent wart or sore take Botanic Blood Balm ll u B It will cure even time worst case after everything else fails Botanic Blood Bairn B BJ drains the poison out of the system anti the blood then every sore making the blood pare Mid rich and buildis tine broken dewB body B M B thoroughly tested for thirty Yfalst30IJMt all drag stores 1 per large A trial treatment tent free l writing Blood llftlni Co AtillotaGaII Deteribe trouble and free medtpul ftdrlce given Until cured JJoUnie Blood ialni does not contain uilaer1 oi1tilIMreury u I1lRllylldvtHtbied jk but is oompol Par ltotatmii- I Inredtents Over OOU tmonif4 of carebyt B B 8 j 1 J 4 f Your New Suit I and OvercoatIFO- RGHRISTMASI Perhaps have not been bought yet Bet ter come now while the assortment is large Dont forget that our Clothing Fits Well Looks Well and Wears Well and that our prices are as low as any house in Kentucky or your money back if you are not satisfied Winter Suits Warm and Durable of Workmanship surprising style quality and Fine Fuhtonabte Suits extra quality latent styles and best tailoring 5to8 to 2250 New Hats and Caps r FOR THE HOLIDAYS Yes we have them latest styles straight from New York and Philadelphia Take a look through our Hat Department its the biggest in Ctntral Kentucky 25c to 500 t Special Shoe Values Strong Work Shoes 100 and 125 Fine Satin Calf 150 175 and 200 Fine Box Calf 250 300 550 and 8400 Elegant Enamels and Patent Leather 300 400 and 500 We show the largest stock of Mens Shoes Overshoes Rubber Felt and B ots etc in Rich mond and our prices and qualities are POSITIVELY the best Ladies Who Buy- Christmas Presents PQb MEN rRIEND Are invited 10 ste our splendid fhf wing of FineGlovepScarfs Mufllers Handkerchiefs Umbrellas Ihet8 Suit Cases Trunks etc A that is both useful and beautiful is doubly appreciated Covington Darks I Sellers of Everything Worn by Man or Boy A Liberal Reward The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a re stomIachStockton llagan 13nolm The widower who marries the second time is apt to realize that the good die young x Just as a Fire spreads in dry grass mind weeds so Iloes an inflammation of the throat the result of a cold grow down into the sensitive airpassagis of the hums The cold like the fire should be promptly dealt with When you begin to cough use Allens Lung Balsam It will certainly heal the sore throat and lungs and it may save you from con sumption SilJicus Have you noticed that most heroes are mart led men Cyui utiSir every married man is a hero Makes Weak Women Strong- I have taken your HEVIICKt PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC I know it is best Tonic ever made It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise it enough Mrs O I Picker jug Obey III For sale by B L Middleton 5iunely You cant expect the world to have a good opinion of you unless you set the example To the Public Allow me to say a few words in prals of Chamberlains Cough Remdey 1 had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneumonia but after taking the second dose of this medirine I felt better three bottles of it cured my cold and the pains in my chest dii oapeared entirely lam most respectfully yours for health Ralph S Myers 04 Tbirtypeveutli street Wheeling W Va For sale by Stockton Hagan 13nolm No man is so strong that lie can afford to laugh at his own weaknesses Saved at U raves 1ritk know I would long ago have been in mv grave writes Mrs S H New som of Decatur Ala if it bad not been for ElectriclJitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms of Indigestion Waterbrauh Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia lInt this excellent medicine did me a world of good Since using it Ian rat heart- Ily and have gained 35 pounds For Indigestion Loss of AppetiteStomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Hitters are a po itive guaranteed cine Only OOc at Perry Thomas drug store 4Ueclm The smoke nufsauce the fellow wl o borrows your cigars Stops the Cough and Works o2 the Cold Laxative Bromo Qunlne Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents The only people who are not free with advice are lawyers and doctors A Blow in the Back An overcoat js a necessary nuisance and the tendency to take it off on warm ish days in late autumn and winter is as strong as It Is unwise A treacher ous wind hits you in the back and the next morning you have lumbl4Ko Rub well and with Perry Davis Pain killer and veu will be astonished to find how quickly all soreness is ban ished There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Of two evils the optimist thooses neither U e peseiffliirt chooses both Even a good book is talked about be hind Its back e2dnIe cb wtsjr fcoi of tbi yauttec Laxfttive 1I1Ie ba ssd thM s a dm3 I JO DO YOU WANT- To sell your UEALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OK GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may be able to help you Address J M N Lock fox 475 Charleston W Va 12 lec ly The hero of the hour sometimes doesnt last much longer Last winter an infant child of mine SRYSEhlerEvanjrelist of Filler Mo I gave hex CoughRemedywas past and the child recovered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may he given as confi dently to a baby as to adult Foi sale by Stockton Hagan 13nolm No Maude dear tho female cashier who counts money is not a countess A Million Voices Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall oi West Point la Listen why A severe cold had settled on his cougimSeeralsumption but could not help him When all thought ho was doomed he bejian to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and writesit rom pletely cured me and saved my life I positivelyLung troubles Price bOa and SI Trial bottles free at Perry A Thomas Idee 1m So far as foot ball is concerned the game season is over Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail The littledanghter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made often pettily nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot anti a second one half way through Chamberlains Pain Balm was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disap peared and no more puffering was experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland Va Pain BMm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in onethird the tithe required by the usual treatment Forsale by Stockton Hacan 13nOlm The lund mRn realizes the irony of fate SOMETHING NEW They cur dandruff hair falling need ache etc costRthe seine as tin ordinary iomb Dr Whites Electric Comb Tho 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 does the rest This wonderful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it Is absolutely impossible to break or cut tho link Sold on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfaction in etery respect Send stamps for one Ladles 8izp50c size 85c cverY1wherodress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur IllinoIs Ii7feblyr What we consider necessities we often regard afc extravagances in others Tetter SaUIibeam anti Eczema The lufcease itching and smarting inci sllyedbySkin Oiutiiieiit Many Very bed awses have been pemwaently cored by it It is equally erikfest for itching plIes ads lomedy for sore nlpplea chapped hands chilblains Dite ina cbwMiio fttelE8 35 cta per box Dr C Cwrftttei rwihcfi M- eiwbUahoIIIo need when laWfiBdiaoa toolc blOod purifier aA yfraujqfa ftier are1 bat ptlzoraeBfi r lItllpwJo ei f4 f Busy f Beep f + t+ + s +sts+ SsK LLJc O O ICI JCeo LLJLLj too 9 CI OJ A CI 335 dd iStrictly i i Cash i44i t44 1 II1 1 tHE P1K OF All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily a- tTHE Jt t1t QVU3I CASH STD And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business 1k1 IE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans 1 fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and balesof NEW FALL Jf GOODS The new fall andwinter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I countyAnyoneeveryone however can reap results Bold type is impressive and inexpensive but it is the doing and not the saying that counts in the long run We are the pioneers of low prices in this city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi ness with the tenacity of bloodhounds and give to our customers and friends a harvest of Rich BARGAINS that will be long remembered Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain and figured Jaquads to the finest Imported Kerseys Qur 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 Trimmincrs and Velvets are models of beauty All colors in Taffeta Silks good qualty as low as 49c a yd Our Dress Trimmings are brand new no dress is stylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the proper thing in Dress Trimmings OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Flan neletts New Waist Materials Eastlake Cheviots Percales Calicoes Ginghams and many Fall Fabrics suitable for wrappers dresses etc And our prices on all this stuff will be so low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodace cash buyers with bullion to back them can workmiracles ard the LOW PRICES we are uaming on goods this fall is all due to this cause OUR SPACE SHOES Will permit quote prices on goods Domestic Department say that naming prices that only meet but beat any prices will have quoted else where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known the Domestic Department will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up Never before have we been able to offer such values Our buyers BOOTShaue certainly made their money talk buying this stock Shoes and Boots We are offering good solid Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter wear 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 had all and more than our store could hold Come and Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with less money than it will cost to buy u pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our goods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every shoddy pair purchased from us The very best manufacturers are represented in our stock Shoes Weare showing Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Mens Medium and Fine Shoes Boys and Mens Course rnd Fine Boots Childrens Shoes all kinds and all go prices that are a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where knock out Competition is found to take a back seat when they butt up against our Clothing Stock Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just like there never would be any more clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made offers for stack upon stack of clo thin fi for cish down and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought at our own price You get for just about onehalf what it would cost you regular houses Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Odd Vests Odd Coats and everything to be had a first class clothing house are being shown this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c up to our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits 298 are as good as can be bought for 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits Men and Boys prices from 5 to SS50 and 1250 are worth double the price afked them Our prices on all coats will be a treat to everybody Call and see them JacKels ta 1iincT- his NHIII IXVJ ll is our hanner department We are showing all the new styles in Jackets anti Wraps the short Jackets this threequarter lengths the long 42 inch Jackets aro all to be seen here Castors Browns Oxfords and Tans are the leading colors this season Our buyers bought heavy in this department They closed out several east ern sample lots of new uptodate garments at prices that will enable us to sell tine Oloaksand npto date garments at about half price until three lots are clranml up Get in line anti follow the crowd to the Busy Kee Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can pat a lit are showing some elegant timings in Skirts for ladies The Pedestrian Skirt IB the new kirt for this season We have a beautiful line of in all new coloring Call and see them and save paying high prices for up to date Tailormade Skirts When You ARE looking through Iother departments pretty dering how we can afford to name such low prices on them Dont forget to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments are headquarters these goods We are sole agents m Yea Sa Covsk And just received a large shipment of them in all the styles Try an American Lady Corset and you will want no other not to in our Suffice to we are in this Department not you you to in of at we too of of at we em in in in at for for tHH We them the our admiring the new thincaud won We for for have new us it it lOUR UNDERWEAR clinch full of the very best things in Ladies Misses Children Men and Boys Union Smuts for Ladies awl Children price 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Our Menus Heccedlined vests and pants price 25 wnntiur ourFUfliall up to date and our prices in Hosiery will be pleating to you Our Childrens Hnfrery is the select ed lot we have ever had and our Misses and Ladies Hose and Metis JJox are the tolks orthe town Call and see them OoodsIhirlsgivingthem Wnen ZI Rain SOu S t Ot Your Bowl We carry everything von want in small wares No ions etc Our buyers spent whole lays in the Notion Department nnd nothing new and pretty escaped their eyes We are showing numerous pretty new things in Jewelry timid Notions all and sed them Blankets and ComfortsArepiled mountain high on our tables and counters Never was such values offered awe are giving in this department Allwool 104 and 124 Fine Blankets are being sold at the price formerly paid for low priced stuff We ore selling good 104 size White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful pink and borders for 48c each Our Comforts run qualityYouset you up for housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them p youVjycash for them and them for cash Then you dont pay for other peoples bad debts Your money talks OUR MOTTOUnderBuy Undersell Cash down when goods are delivered Thanking you for past patronage and extenhiwgto you an earnest invitation to call and see us and make our house your home while in tliftcity we are very respL W D OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT T2LL U- SIi i TIw r w 0it a I iIw I FJ I n n Lonisis iilullc lailroul DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For Veftllal11eLluvrenceburglShell 2i30pmand Cincinnati For Irvine 1151 am For Miller Creek 300 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and ltlSta111 Cincinnati Opm From Irvine 223 pm From Miller Creek 830 am C M BROWNINO Gen Mgr THE KNOBLE I WATER FILTER POSITIVELY OERM PROOF A new PRACTICAL and PER FECT FILTER for home and com mercial use We guarantee our FILTERS to give STYLE A perfect satisfac desiredIcrwe will put up a FILTER In your home or 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salary ever paid any jockey The Carrollton Kv News advocat jug the establishment at that place of a market for tile sale of loose leaf tobacco Seven car loads of dressed turkeys each containing 25000 pounds were shipped from Paris Saturday to 13ost and Philadelphia George SanUllhky of Jessamine sold four 35 pound hogs to John Sinmge at 1 per cwt Claule Smith fOIol sev era fat hogs to Feclit Urns af5 75 In Mercer county n lot of good grade ewes Were sold xt f3 of each the fcellui to take the June liunhs from them at 5 cents and the July lambs at 4j cents A harvesting nniriiino Gun in th West lias made an automobile grst mower that tuts twenty two acres ol grass in nine hour nsi up a five foot sickle liar A man who knows tout us the other dav that 3500 acres ofxlinnp wore raieIjn Gal raid the past Hrnoii the largttit crop Sy nJls ever produced in the conMy Lincoln Democrat Imac Hamilton jives us the follow lug which wo It ink it If hojy lecord hreaker Ajmriiuo he lionpht nine hogs paying 20 for tliFiu lie has sold from them SlJI CO worth of hits has 7 that will avemge 210 puuuds to kill 20 shoal that will uvrngeGO- pounds each anda sow that tips the beam at 400 During the yea 1 11 pig have died It cost him very little to keep the hogs and he is proud of tin record he has made with them They are of the Poland China and Berkshire breed Stanford Journal Age of Senators That Senator Pettus who is now SO years old is to have no opposition to reelection for the term beginning March 4 1903 vhie his colleague Senator Morgan who is 77 was unani mously reelecled lust year for the tel in ending March 4 1907 BIOVS that the people of Alabama do not share in the opinion that tha United States Senate needs young blood Should these two gentlemen live out their terms Peltus will bo 88 and Morgan 83 They are the oldest men in the upper branch of CongressConnecticuts Senators Platt nd Hawley Hoar of Massachusetts and Stewart of Nevada come next Haw hey and Hoar being 75 and Platt 74 Vest of MJEfouri i Jones of Nevada and Teller of Colorado are 71 i Frye of Maine Proctor of Vermont and Bate of Tenneteee are 70 anti these complete the list of Senators who have reached the scriptual limit of threescore and ten years There are several however who are fast approaching that limit Setialuts Platt of New York arid Quay of Pennsylvania are Si Coikrell rf Missouri and Depewof New York 07 Sewell of New Jersey and Mitchell of Oregon CO Hale of Maine GiiItnd McEnery of Louisiana Burrows of Michigan Gallinger of New Hamp shire Hanna of Ohio and Foster of Washington 64 There are seven other Senators who are over CO years age and five who have just attained that age Twenty are 50 and most of them nearer the latter age than the first There are 12 Senators who are under 50 eight of whom are not yet 45 Sena tors Penrose of Pennsylvania and Me Laurin of South Carolina being only 41 Only two Senators are under 40 years of age They are Beveridge of Indiana who is 39 and Bailey of Texas the youngest member who la 38 Wisconsin is the only State represented by Senators born in the same year Senators Spooner and Quarles were both born in 1843 and are 53 years old In several States the differences in the ages of tlQ Senators represent ing them are quite great Senator Al lison of Iowa is 29 years older than his colleague Mr Doliver Senator Quay Is 27 years the senior of Senator Pen rose Senator Hoar of Massaclu ietts is 24 years older than Senator Lodge and Senator Collum of Illinois is 21 years older than Senator Mason the average age of the members of the Senate is about 53 ears the age which President McKinley had reached A Freak ot Nature The Will iamst own Courier has this piece of original historyIA freak of nature is tho lost river of Kentucky It is known as the Hid den river because no one knows its origin and it vanishes into a cave Iead ing no one knows where It flows without a ripple and is of a pale bluith color Speaking of color the Chinese believe tbat the Yellow river has always been of its present live except one day about 2000 years ago on which occasion a great man was born and the river was perfectly clear It seems that a person lisa to own two overcoats in order to always be in style Ingenuity In fashioning over coats seems to be confined to making them long one year and short the next This is a long season so to speak 12 Minutes or- Lunchl1 timIrant by luncbers It takes three bours to digest a fresh egg soft boiled three hours to digest a boiled apple dumpling three hours to digest fresh roast In fact three hours is about the time required to digest the average twelve minute lunch The 0b ject of the hasty iunth is to let the busy man get back to hisS office work But when the brain is active the stomach is inactive for lack of p blood The natural consequence is indigestion and indigestion opens the door to many dis casesVIndicstIon is cured the use of Dr Pierces Golden MedcalDiscovery which cures diseases of the stomach and other of digestion and nutrition and enables the perfect digestion and asoimilatkra of food It Is with heartfelt KTatitudefthat I rend this testimonial which I wish you to publish with my name and address writes Mr Sea mall oWasblngtot lIe Orange CONY I lied stomach trouble from childhood and suSkred with it more or less as I grew up At the age of 36 I was broken down Ia ant feting was terrible Could not cstwithout distress Could only tat a few certain things and was not able to work half the time Every thing I tried only gave me temporary relief My wife finally persuaded me to try Dt PIerce Golden Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets I took silt bottles of the Golden Medical Discovery and two vials of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel let I then felt so well that I stopped taking mediclee Several months save passed and I anythingeverbeesFree Dr Pierce1 Conamm Sense VM4 fecml Adviser in paper cvt ia sent free em receipt of n OMeelit Unipe to JiIltampafoeV Pierce 1oxY ij ir The Negro in the North Commoner It was to have been expected that Northern papers would wax wroth and grow bitterly sarcastic in replying to Southern strictures upon the President for entertaining Booker T WashIng- ton at dinner But the Southern papers ate replying by asking some per tlnent facts They point out the fact that Northern love for the negro is confined to eleetion day How ninny business oHlces in the North employ negro clerks How man negro train men are employed on Northern rail watt How mnny upgroes have been ipoiiiti d to poalinasterships in tIle Nun HIIW many Northern States have eliCifd nngio Senators or Con gresginrii How many IIt jrro nifchnutcs nre jMiiptujed in Northern wills and fHCtoiips alongside white niechauicb North lit is limited to the position of porter Iir hotels nid on trains or to waiterhips in hotels and rustanraiile ft thnru a npgro linotype operator on any any greet daily newspapers in the North that is so roundly denouncing tit Sj nth for its attittiilc toward the Ui Ft veli Va hin trn IIiiM r incident iea iinv iitie rf liltto i iliern Uo piililiran t ewoptiptis employ a negro pietfiiiuii It M IMO i jiLiier ra negro city edltoi S mo if iloso dayR the negro ill roil z that he has nothing to nain faun the nhiHl friendship of limn who SCk to use him fur political Iurllot ouR An Evangelists Story lMiirred fur years with a bronchial reirelief until I commenced using One JasKitHI I have no hesitation in recom mending it to nil sullererd from malad CoughCurecuM and all kinds of throat and lung utiequalleilAbsolutely never fails and is really a favorite with the children They it Perry Thomas Antiquity of FootBall It may interest those who read whole iss of football news in the Sunday papers to know that there wall just as much excitement and just as much danger in the game 1000 or 1200 years ago as there is today Football was invented by the Romans It is proba bly the most anrlont game we have und is described in Fitz Stevens history of London published in 1175 It was probably introduced into Great Britain by the Romans It is also de scribed at length in Strutts Sports and Pastimes and is referred to Ire quently in Shakespeares comedies King Lear refers to another of the characters in that play as a base foot hall player King James I prohi bited football at court because of its Manners From this cnorthe said I ilebarre all rough and violent exercises as the football meeter for lame lug than making able the users there of Saved His Life myhihtII U ChreMetisou of hayfIeld Minn Fur three years I was troubled with dyspepsia so that I could hold nothing on my stomach Many times I would be unable to retain a moisel of food Finally I was confined to my bed Doctors said I could not live I read one of your advertisements on Kodol myIto improve from the first bottle Now I am cured and recommend it to all Digests your food Cures all stomach troubles Perry Thomas Stories in The Companion In its 53 issues of its volume for 1902 The Youths Companion will publish between two hundred and three hundred good stories Four series of stories which promise to be exceptionally entertaining will be Tales of a Deep Sea Diver Tales of a Circus Hand Tales of a Miesissippi Pilot and Tales of anjndian Agent There will be four stories in each group Among the contributors of fiction during 1002 will be Annie Fellows Johnson Eva Wilder Brodhead Arthur E McFarlane Homer Grenne Ellsworth E Kelly Ella W Peattie Grace M Gallagher Alice Morgan Elizabeth McCracken C A Stephen Alice Brown Jack London H S Can field Margaret Johnson Edward W Thompson Carroll W llankm May Roberts Clark Sarah Orne Jewett Margaret Sangster Marshall Saunders and Sarah Barnwell Elliott A full announcement of the now volume will be sent to any address on request The new subscriber for 1902 who sends 175 for the new volume at once will receive all the remaining Issues for 1901 including Ibe double holiday numbers also The Compan ion Calendar for 1902 lithographed in twelve colors aud goldVTUG YOUTHS COMPANION 195 Columbia are Boston Mass South Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition The above Exposition one of the greatest over held in the South will open December 1901 aud continue until Juno 1 1902 Very attractive rates have been arranged from nil points to Charleston and the Schedules via the Southern Railway with its OWII rails the entire distance are par ticularly convenient any agent of list line will give lu information upon ap plication Ulec4 When a Donkey Brays One evening a man of the know type was airing his knowledge before a number of rustics who were spending the interval between work and bed in the village inn After a lengthy discourse upon popular briefs such as the spilling Of salt the breaking of looking glasses etc which are supposed to bring bad luck he said Again gen tleuien when a donkey brays it ia a sure sign of rain Then for goodness sake shut your mouth1 roared a bluff farmer fur I havent got mv hay in vAtI Says They Are 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