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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 6 a TM RICHMOND CLIMAX f r VOLUME 28 4511tRICHMaND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 2 1902 NUMBER inter S Iot ver Yet j 7 7 AND WE HAVE ON HAND terJOneAnd about Six 6 Plain Stoves that we will sellat Actual cost To get the space for other goods We want the room for the ONLY PLOW ON EARTH and no other plow will go under the earth like the of I J r r f Oliver Chilled e We have just gotten a fresh line of Collars Hames Back bands and Plow Bridles and everything else to make another crop and will sell the BEST GODeLOWEST PRICE as we have always done a l S ACKELFORD CO e Main Street IfJIt RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWE splendidassortment oft Nee eeeeeeeee +eelteeeeeeee0ee +eHeO 4 8 URNITURE NeeeeeeeeeeeeeleNNNKe00 e 4NNN++O which is more extensive now than ever Every line is crintling with Holiday selections To properly celebrate the season YOU will probably desire soma new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron Neds full stock has just reached us- Library and Center TablEsin variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever ttfcrcdRockersany style you may wish Couchesv try latest deslgis See the line of Leather Goods Picture FraminqCarpetsMetting- and RU- gsNseeseeeeeeeeee + teeaeeee+Neeeeee + t JOe 8 JOPLIN 9 i 220222 W Main Street T + 4- Nea+ + +oNeeeeeee+ seeeeefeeeNeeeeeeeo I Undertaking Specialty G W Evans Jr Embalmer end Director i=rr i P i iiURMAN ie + eeNN + lies made Richmond tho best hiatket on Hides Skins old lion Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there is on earth When other people can pay good prices Tiiurmaii can pay bitter prices always tho high t st Any one will hay your stock oil an advancing market we will buy them all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES J t J Thurman Grocery e Co Ijiiiif T L IIWANT YOUR T WALL PArE- Rr Orders and nR I have not had i the pleasure of ShOWIIlg you my of WALL PAPEU Everytnounce them 2 Far Superior to Any rl They here ever seen If you an lr ticipate doing any Decorating this spring I can not only show you the greatest variety of good Papers ever shown hut ran III unlly SAVE YOU MONEY Tho same lapefll that i show you art ahntvn bye e S Wnll Paper Co lu their immense stores in St Louis and Chicpgn roods Let me know when I clef nt 011 residoeee and Dhow you this jltio of postal card will bring them to jour door 3mar2mWP t BAXTERtr Clocks CLOCKS Clocks Great SHaction in Clocks usIora reliable clock guaranteed for oueyear considerably less than out usual selling price Ask to see our Electric Parlor Clodks Something new r serer needs winding VIC7ORBOGAERT il j 57 Em1n Swt rf r 1uftInP Q n f SNAKE TOOK THE BIS CUIT But Harriets Story Takes a Whole Bakery Harriet McCouns who lives on Factory street opposite the distillery comes to the front with the first snake story of the season The other night she was lying in bed when a suake which she as serts was as big as her arm crawled on to the hearth and coiledup before the fire Be lieving that her eyes were deceiving her the amazed woman raised up in bed when the reptile Wriggled away and as she believes went up the steps though she is not certain as to the latter part of the statement Two nights after this the snake again came to the hearth and while Harriet was looking at it it stood onus tail and reached up and got a biscuit off the mantle Harriet again raised on her elbow and itagain took fright It is believed by some that the snake wintered itsan upstairs room of the cottage as the woman says she frequently heard a noise in the upper room that she could not account for and has seen marks of what she now knows was the trail of the serpent on the uncarpeted and dust covered floor Mr McCleland the night watch man at the distillery is of the opinion that it is one of sev eral large snakes that are known to live about the ware houses and cribs on the dis tillery premises Since Sun day night several of Harriets friends have armed them selves and kept vigil hoping that the snake would again appear so that they might slay it but the reptile seems to be on to the meat least it hasnt showed up since that timeHarrodsburg Herald Nullifies the Eighty Per Cent Clause The Court of Appeals has reversed the decision of Judge S B Toney in the case of Morris A Sach appellant against the London and Lan cashire Fire Insurance Com pany of Liverpool Eng ap pellee The decision nullifies the 80 per cent clause adopted by the Board of Under writers several years ago and serves to offset the recent in crease of 25per cent in rates The Court of Appeals holds that in case of total destruc tion by fire the full amount of the policy must be paid re gardless of stipulation in the policy contrary to this rule and must pay the actual loss where the property is damag ed to an extent less than the amount of the policy The casein question involves the full payment of a loss of 81 000 on property at 116 West Main street insured by de fendant forSl200Courier Journal No Maude dear the bookkeeper seldom figures in society Ho for Dallas Ue Vo C Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th CENT A MILE I ti o Finest trains in the South THROUGH TO DALLAS withoQt change on Spe cial Confederate Veterans Trains from Chattanooga and intermediate points Should enough business materialize through service to Dillas will also te run 1U1 Tennessee points Stop Overs en route are allowed on celofand books seat for the ew eCU aeT a arIRG LT aaINJ CCON c La CTTOOO TeN h e lase WN P 1 a BIIMINaHAMALA WJ CIIONOIWL rANlaaaseNIL FAtlaX ii SUMMARY Of Recent Legislative Work Measures That Became Laws The House refused to lake up the Union Label Bill and pending conferences with the Senate passed a few small bills The most important bills that failed at this session were as follows To redistrict the Congress ional Judicial Senatorial and Representative districts The School Book Bill The Local Option Bill The Asylum Control Bill The St Louis Exposition BillThe Byron AntiTrust Bill The Telephone Bill The Jefferson Circuit Rota tion Bill The most important bills that were passed were as follows The Revenue Bill The Double Liability Re peal Bill The Municipal Tax Bill The Louisville Two Judg es Bill The Investment Company BillThe Charitable Institution and Penitentiary Appropria tion Bills The Farris AntiBlind Ti ger Bill The Registration Certifi cate Bill The Child Labor Bill His Name Was Clark A small slight and some what ordinary appearing man walked into the First Nation al Bank at Wall street and Broadway He carried in his hand a small satchel that at once became an object of suspicion to the attendant who met the stranger Whom do you wish to see asked the bank officer The President Mr Ba ker He is extremely bus Y just now replied the attendant warily and cannot be seen i Then say to Mr Fahnes tock the Vice President He is at Board meeting interrupted the attendant and wont return for two hoursThen the Cashier will an swer my purpose t observed the stranger advancing in the direction of the dividing rail office Here he was met by the Cashier with the re mark Well sir what can we do for you while the bankattendant stood by watching closely every action of the bearded caller I have 7000000 in gold notes that I desire to loan at special rates observed the stranger unconcernedly opening the satchel and displaying to the astonished gaze of his two spectators numer ous stacks of the best paper legalized by this Government The attendant gasped The Cashier quietly asked And your name is William A Clark of 1 Zo- ntanaNew York Times Wanted Early Mass The Brooksville correspon dent of the Augusta Chroni cle relates the following Capt Jack Wilson a Knight of the Stick who was a com positor on the Review mis calculating the date of the Popes jubilee entered St James church last Sunday morning at 2 oclock and awakened everybody in town by a vigorous ringing of the bell Good Father Gusack being aroused from his peace ful slumbers by the silvery tones of the old bell at that hour sanetltuary and espyingJack pull ing the rope he asked him what he meant by such do ingsThe itinerant Captain with all the piety of a revel end follower replied that he was going to hold early mass It is needless to say that the invader of the sanctuary was given his walking papers and at present his wherea bouts are unknown It is not absolutely necessary fora girt to make a display of her hose when Fsho sprinkles the lawn When a Tman suffer front gout he begins to talk proudly about bis ances tore How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often happens producesthedigestive machinery going prop erly so that the patient is able ordinaryfood gainisA certain amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have bytaking SCOIIS fDOISIOn You will find it lust as useful In summer uponitSoc and Jioo all druggists SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York r The Knox Oil Field A correspondent of the Louisville Post discussing features of the Knox oil field says The strange thing the fact that puzzles the old timersis that oilbearing sands are struck at such different depths The Knox field is unlike any other yet explored It is unlike the Sunny brook where the big lime rock is encountered for 1000 feet unlike Vest Vir ginia where paying sands are hit at a depth of 2500 to 3000 feet unlike Ohio and Penn sylvania where the oilbear ing sands were easily defined by the drill In Knox the earth seems to have been so thoroughly well shaken that the strata are all mixed and entirely differingconforma tions are found in close prox imity The Wages well is located on cross anticlinals a little EastandSouth of their junction near the dividing ridge which seperates the watersheds of the Cumber Irud and Kentucky rivers un doubtedly there is oil under Knox county but its quantity and quality are unknown There is no output now no tankage no flowing or pump ing wells nothing to give the newcomers in field a line on the situation It has been suggested that many of the wells are plugged as soon as pay sand is struck with a view to discouraging landowners and operators in or der that the oil right mights be secured for a trifle This is hardly probable however Yet this fact remains inex plicable Why do the opera tors seemingly abandon every well as soon as down Why do they not put the wells pumping to tanks and thus give evidence of the fields value There is no market no sale no pipe line for the Knox county product nor will there be until the operators have tanked 50000 barrels Danville Advocate Forest Trees Dying For some cause unknown even to expert lumbermen the massive forest trees of Central Kentucky principally of the white and burr oak va riety are dying Some of those monarchs of the woods are decaying in the heart with age but this class of trees is vsiriqusly estimated all the way from two to five hundred years old The big trees that are now in a state of dissolution are those planted in recent years or those which have sprung up in the last three or four decades and which were sup posed to be in perfect health when in full leaf last year Lumbermen now report of this latter class of trees that about four out of every five they cut down are dead and the destruction is also spreading to another species of oak known as thechincapin Some of these trees are of enormous size a log cut from one of them the other day on Spendthrift Farm weighing 18000 pounds and it required ten horses to draw it Those trees near the groundwhere tobacco has been continuously planted are all dead leaving the supposition that the weed has in a way poisoned the ground for miles around and that the nicotine in its natur al state is deadly to the oak varietyofiireesLeadera The Boy With The Dulcimer Green Berry McIntosh of Breathitt county now known as theibuy with the dulci mer returned to the city Wednesday after a brief visit to his mountain home and continued on his wheel to Cincinnati Thursday to re sume his theatrical and jour nalistic labors in the Queen CityGreen Berry has a large circle of admiring friends here and usually manages to do enough to start the McIntosh serial in the newspapers whenever he reaches the city Arriving from Jackson over the L E he made an official call on Chief Muir at the Fire Department The genial Chief received him with as much courtesy as if he were a royal visitor and had the firemen go through the exer cises of hitching and unhitching cooning down the pole from the dormitory and other routine of fire station duties Green Berry said he would be danged if that didnt beat anything I ever have saw He had clum trees after coons and sich and then slid down forty or fifty feet and hit the ground like a sack of potatoes but the way them fellows fell down that iron thing and bounced up on them henhad ever seen on fire and burt it up He thanked the Chief cour teously for the exhibition who as courteously remarked that he was proud to dothe future president the honor and was sorry that he had not more to attract his distin guished attention Green Berry was dressed in a new suit of clothes a standingcollar fourinhand tie biled shirt the latest style mountaiu hat and that imperturable smile that is the same today yesterday and foreverJust whether he will adopt the stage with the Wilburs or tackle journalism with the Cincinnati Post he is undivided He doesnt seem to be worryingparticularly about either only that dulcimer is over in Cincinnati and he wants to go back where lie can be close to it He was the cynosure of all eyes Lexington Observer A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given np as beyond hope by my resti lar physician who stands hich in his profession After administering three doses of it mv son regained conscIous- ness and recovered entirely within SlaryHalletRemedy is for sale bv Stockton it Ha gan 1 m A man named Graves mar reedwoman named Gossip It would be well if all gossips went to their graves as this gossip did We will miss gossip now that she is Mrs Graves But woe to the man who takes gossip to wife We shall see Graves give up the ghost unless his gossip be comes truly grave It is to be feared that Graves is now a dead oneat least gossip says he isBulletinAnd if this GraveGossip union does not result in some little tattlers there will be a Grave gravely disappointed ifgossip- is true Exchange MOTHERHOOI Tho greatest ambition of Amy r ican men and women is to have homes blessed with children Iho woman afflicted with female dis ease is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife 2To medicine can restore dead or gans but Wino of Cardui dues regulate derangements that plat prevl1tmiscarriage functions and shattered saline and does bring babies to houses barren and desolate for yetr S- Wine of Condos gives women fhe health and strength to bear heil tby children You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cartful from dealer WlNECARDIlIIra Market Street IDOIItooYoaeDottliiofWae hadbjlCIIlmarriedb to inebabytpoundaad0Ifeel apia MraJ W G 81o yL rlamaneeauli i Do You Know That Doggies and Carri ages are from sto Ste cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have rood selection on onr floor You money by buying nowand IIsae more Ky Carriage m 7171 A 78 7I7F 71 7F jl71 7 i71 71 I J The In CC tJ of the Weather r Caused a great many of our Lady friends to not get out during our a OPENING jI And in order to not disc PPoiwe have kept a great many of the t JJ f Suits Walking Skirts and Silk if Skirts over and they can be seen at our tJ 7 t jf Store any time during the J jf J e t i 1 Next 20 Days J fit t t 1 ill IWe guarantee perfect fits in all garments sold ffi A many beautiful suits and Iarebeing shown in this line 71 ffi atseeour new silks new wash fabrICsJes wash piques t woods linens novelties in dress goods j and trimmings u Just received a new lot of I n ieS- In J v j all the new leading shapes and gar It r dies Get our prICes orr carpets and mattings respectfully W D OLDHAM CO rlt laI 1= f t V V lffi 7I 7JF 7I 71 7 PROFESSIONAL OARDS- gTTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBNCTATLIW RICHMOND KESTDCXT Office n the Burnam Building next doer to armcra National Bank febSly rvAN1tATTOBNEVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0tC D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS A T LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatZaio RICHMOND KENTUCKY S Oflico over Taylor Bros Stoe JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AiD- CDUNBSLLDR9 AT LAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennttta old law office over Perry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office la flitsoe Ccilint building and 10 Sec end Street White j old drugstore ar CHAS C VETERINARY Graduate Ontario Veterinary CiAMyc Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty aaOffice at my stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oftce Prather Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on roadway ICUMOND w EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY STJBESY Dr XaaTYvue t obstnv nBtTIaT OP LOBISVILLB ET- OO Rice next door to Government Building alchmSnd Ky Office hoars y to 12 to 4 M Blanton 5T DENTIST OOfflce in Bennett Building Ijahly TELEPHONE 188 is I f DR IANJMAN Hotel GlyndpnC t Wednesday AprU9i1902r v ffi I4 y y 3 t t qualitycost another aeason goingup Mi Donelson Prop great skirtsJ Very 7I7lJ HOOKER SrRrtBOV KENTUCKY 3ENTAL John J tr fi s IInrifIftB3d Y 1lU i W 7ft housekee i lin our line To the farmer we particularly r n Icallt attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows i Harrows Barlow Corn Planters NewiIEsarytern Plows and other1 implements neces to the cultivator of all crops and to the housekeeper we call attention to our line of t t I Modal Steel Ranges Southern Queen CookingI WFand our prices will astonish you We carryfffi interestyouif t- tj ing orders for anything in this line We are also agents for the celebrated Studebaker mostdurableqspecialt of Tin Hoofing and Gutt arse riW D Buckley one of the best tinners in Ken tucky having bhis department Call l and let us quote you prices and we will make of you an everlastingfriend and customer l TAYLOR = BROS VSi oooNEW STOREooo Let us supply your wants and needs in the GROCERY LINEOur goods are fresh having recently embarked in this busi ness with an entirely new stock PRICES THE CHEAP businessisyoutocallVe also pay highest market price for Ducks Turkeys and all Country Produce including beef hides When in need of anything for the table call up 113 and your orders will be promptly and correctly filled Give us a trial order and we will have an opportunity to prove what we claim f Powell Bros 9 1 McKee Bldg E Main RICHMOND KY For more than thirty years that I have been engaged in the manu painterfice of beatuy smoothness and durability for cost or price and hnsbeenroaclietlbelnLNow York Chicago Boston Philadelphia and otLer large cities thanineapericncedmany other adranlages aa s practical exclusive taint man one can readily understand that it is no longer a mystery why I am ma king and selling better for less than any other con tern In Central Kentucky and my constantly increasing trade tea tfthousandsoathoWYours very respectfully c eNNet er r GE01M WILLGINGy da Manufacturer of Paiaofevery fiQSCnpttoBEaeBttfteplHq i s j paint for a specific purpos- eMWesfc L I- l 1 LtA Main Street k t S tiRICHMOND KY r y li ti h S lpL TTTziL= The Richmond Climax C CHBNAULT President A D MILLER Manager BOBr SCROWE Editor WEDNESDAY APR 2 1902 POBUSUKUCVERY TIU XESIAY BY The Climax Printing Co Ineorpora- tedANNOUNCEMENTS Ve are requested to announce ROY P WHITK as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party CAPTAIN HORACE J COCH RAN hasjfiled suit at Frankfort for a mandamus to compel Gen Beckham and Adj Gen Murray to approve the pay rolls of the Muysville militia company for servies render in guarding W S Taylor during the political trouble of 1900 THE Lord gave and the LIII taketh away blessed be the name of the Lord was Oom Pauls only comment when informed of the death of Cecil Rodes WK are for turning the hose on the next idiot who makes a parody on In Kentucky Hcsic and Heraldry in Julia Marlowe Flay 1 he incidental music of Julia Mar lowes production of When Knight iood Was In Plover is an interesting leature of the play The songs have een resurrected from obscure source bearisig on the manners and customs flf sixteenth century life 1he air to which the Princess Mary Tudor dances in the first act when she takes a les son In The new steo from France with Charles Brandon as her instruc tor is Tile Snilr Las a song popu lar among ptopte of high and low de gree during the opening years of llei ry VII Ls leign Another quaint bal tail written after the marringo 01 Charlrs Bramlnn Duke of Suffolk to Marry Tudor has a refrain running Cloth of gold do not despise 1linuicti you be matclud with cloth- f Iriwe It is sung by Will Somersj ootjeter i i tnnrr ns t t iiiK alls on- lutt u at aM- IAno4her interesting pifce of music is that ttitiK by priest who in the first tteeMuof the last m chant a requiem for tho repose of the soul of Louis XII King of France who has just died amid the revelries of a ball in the Pal ais ties Toiiruelles The original manuscript of this chant is among the treasure of itte Vatican library and was transcribed for Miss Marlowe by a uicmlier of the American College at Home to whom she exprecsed a desire for a reqniem doting about 1513 The care fur hibtoricnl detail displayed up on Mich A matter has been maintained as regards every point in this prod lie tion I ys were spent in studying heraldic devices and insignia used on furniture lUnd draperies Knotty prob bees were mine upon Often reference was made to half a dozen volumes be fore it could be decided whether the roses of time House of Tudor or the ear tel nml its accompanying motto of until soit qui mally pense should be nmbroidered on time tapestries of time palnct interiors the idea being that the year 1511 in which the scene is supposed to transpire might have been a little subsequent to the use of the Tudor rose as an official royal emblem or perhaps the lloni soil motto had not been adapted for decorative pur pose at that time I iIiIldllrlowa will be in Lexington for one performance on April 3rd and our show loving people should take advantage of the oj portunilv to see one of the world leading actress When foi tune knocks at the door to a lazy man time chances are he is some where trying to borrow a chew of to bacco CiFiBromierCo LEXINGTON KY Best ioodsS Best Prices Best Treatment Z7 135O Buys a full size double wardrobe made of beau tiful oak highly finish ished We show J5 Patterns and can show you iri a few moments that our prices are the Lowest J it Z7 Z7 M Cl j c3- oIkos AT-v TC 5 CFBfoweilCo MAIN Aip 43OADV1 LEXINGTON Ky ptl13 4 JI WANTED Reliable mon for Manager of Branch Office we wish to open in this vicinity Here Is a good opening for the right man Kindly give good reference when writing The A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps mch5 Ct The finest oats over mown in Ky that yields more and two weeks earlier than any other and better adopted to this soil and climate is handle exclusively by WH Lillard Danville for reference inquire of J S Collins J W Smith Richmond W S Rowland Bright Fox Danville IJDunn Lancaster George Robertson Marcellns Ky 80 cents per bushels onboard cars at Danville Sacks ex tin Sample of oats at this office 3t PORTWOOD Mr W S Stevens has moved his family to near Waco Mr Silas Portwocid sold to H G Wilt one piece of land for 81 an acre Mr Monroe Lackey of Richmond visited Mr Silas Portwood one night Robert Harris started for Okla homa the 28th of March Heres hop ing him good luck Airs Si las Portwood and Miss Fan nie Portwood her sisterinlaw have returned from u visit to led House and Union City Remember that dainty Majestic lunch this week at Arbuckle Sim mon Everybody invited New Papa The Kentucky Oil Journal is the name of a new weekly record of indus trial effort at Barbonrville Ky start ed in response to the demand furs medium representing time legitimate effort at the development of time Ken tuck oil field Reports will be given in full from every county in the State where any effort at development has been made or promises to be made Xo expert opinion is volunteered The Journal believes that facts are worth more to its patrons than opinions it will therefore make each week a faithful recordof progress iu this oil field ra year 10 cents a copy Gets Cooaiog hid Again The Danville News says Manager Jessie Euibry has contracted with Bert Cunningham who formerly coached for Central at Richmond and for Fev eral years played with Louisville nnd Chicago iu the National League to cntch for Central in the comingseason Cunningham bosldos beinir one of time bet pitchers in the United ijtale has made a considerable reputation during several years service as a coach of mi- nOr teams Last year he gave up play ing and took upon himself the respon sibilities of the umpires box very sac cessfully He is now at the University of Virginia but will arrive in Danville about the 10th of April and begin to work the boys into shape Gas Reduction About one your ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofjias from 200 to 175 SSyBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delinquent persons will be required to pay the present rate penally without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIOIIT Co Nov 27 190L dec 4 tf Farris Bill Lost The amendment to the registration bill introduced by Senator Farris re quiring every man who registers to get roam the clerk a certificate of registra tion and further requiring him to pre sent the certificate to the officers of the election to qualify him to vote will not become a law for the reason that the official or enrolled COPy has been lost or stolen A diligent search has been made but as yet the missing document fails to show up It was found that an enrolled copy was properly signed by the speaker of the Lower Houso and sent to the Enrollment Committee of the Senate There is no further record of the bill Commonwealths Attorney Fraklln has the matter in hand and will prosecute an investigation before the Grand Jury Time penalty for the mutilation or destruction of any official enrolled bill is confinement in the State penitentiary One Cent a Nile to Texas On account of the Confederate Vet eran Reunion April 22nd to 25th round trip tickets will be sold to Dal las via the Cotton Belt at a very low rate of One Cent a Mile This rate is open to everybody Tickets will be sold April 18th 10th and 20th and will be limited to May 2nd for relurn but will be extended to May 10th if desired Stop overswill be allowed at any points InArkansas or Texas on either going or returning trip Low rate side trip tickets will be sold Irom Dallas to all parts of Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory The round trip rate from Richmond will be 1075 If you ever expect to visit Texas this will be the chance of tour life to do so For rate and schedule from your homo town and for handsomely illustrated pam pubis describing Arkansas and Tnxas write to F R Wyatt T P A Cincin nati Ohio apr23w Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one WilY to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you haven rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tubo restored to its nor mal condition hearing will he destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing hut an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused bv- catarmim that cannot be cured by Hallis- CaIMrh Cure Send for circular free F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by drujglfts 75c Halls Family are the best When Quo Vadisvras presented Jat season the public was pleased with the production Time play as given this year is on a greater and more elab orate scale An entirely sew equip ment of scenery has been added and the cast further strengthened by addi tional artists Tho company has no- equalon the road anti has met with unqualified tpprqval at every porter mance He appears at t lie New Opera House Wednesday April 9th PeculiqrI To ItselfIn what it is and what It dpes con taining the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole system is true only of Hoods Sarsdparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine bus done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I was troubled with scrofula and came near losinz my eyeslcht For four months I could not see to do anything After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsspnrilla I could see to walk and whea I had taken eight bottles I could see as well as eyer ScalE A HJUBS TOX Withers NC Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps tho promise LAND STOCK AND CROP Sam Forsythe of Harrodsburg sold a car load of mules in Alabama for SUiO por head Robert Walker sold to eastorn parties last week Dr Hockadays fine gelding Pat Sullivan for S500 At an auction sale of live stock at Fred Dunlaps farm in Woodford comity 100 twoyearoli mules brought 14000 an average of SHOo F II Dudley this week sold his farm of 182 acres on theLexincton pike near this city to J1I Pickrell fer 27000 This one of the finest of our suburban homes Winchester Democrat Elliott W Shanklin was elected see retary of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association to fill the vacan cy caused by the resignation of H W Wilson Brook Cuiry resigned as a director and Mj P P Johnston was electedJ McCaflerly and John Schprr have bought of J N Camden Jr Hartland Stud Woo ford county his this years crop of yearlings by Imp Eslier Handsome and other sires The deal was consummated and the price is said to be 60000 A0UWFalratCynthlanaC- yntimiana is to have another fair this summer Cyuthiana Lodge A O U W at a meeting last Tuesday night decided to hold another meeting at Abdallah Park on July 30 and 31 and August 1 and and 2 For the past two years this lodge has very successfully conducted an old fashioned county fair that has been 01 great benefit to our town and mer chantsThe lodge selected a board of directors composed of A S Ashbrook W S Van Derail S L Frisbee Ira Parks James McMurtrr Sr J J Osborne and F S Johnson This board will meet today to eel ct officers and will very probably name A S Ashbrook president Wade H Lail Secretary and J M Cromwell treasurer Cyn thiana Times Conclave at Versailles The fiftyfifth annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Templar will be held at Ver sailles on Wednesday and Thursday May 21 and 22 It promises to be one of the largest ever held in the State Preparation has been made to enter tain 1000 Knights and ladies Versailles Commandery No 3 will keep open house during the entire time and a number oT delightful enter tainments are being provided for time occasion Among other features there will be an exhibition drillin which several Commauderies have already entered grand receptions balls lawn fetes and carriage drives to the stock farms and historic homes of Woodford county There will be good things to eat and drink and good fellowship on tap at Woodfords beautiful and hospital capital for three solid days and nights The entertainment accorded Jonah by the whale was positively frigid in comparison with the warm reception that Versailles Comraandery will have in readiness for its guests The Committee on Decoration has arranged for a lavish display arid the entire city will be dressed in gala attire while eight brass baD lswill charm the soul with music galore The First Regiment Band of Cincinnati 20 pieces has been engaged to playduring the Conclave at Versailles Commandery headquarters In short the little pot will be encased in the big pot and the proveibial latchstring will be found dangling on the weather side of the doors Stops tho Cough and Works off the Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Prire25 cents Switchmen are paid for sidetracking other people Tetter SatKhcum and Eczema mcidentandSkin Itisa favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorseents per package Some creatures that wear trousers are only called men through courtesy j Carps Bleed Poison Cancer Ulcers Ecze ma Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free saysIface and shoulders were one mass of jointsburningrun down and discouraged but Botan perfectlyirealedthe rich glow of health Blood Balm put now life into my blood and new ambition into my brain reo A Williams Roxbury fees covered with pimples chronic sore on back of head supperating swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs aid scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula etc Especially advised for all obstinate cues that have reached the second or proveitcuresfree and prepaid by writing Blued Balm CovAtlantA Qa Describe trot ble and free medical advice ert in sealed letter 1m A goat has a great head for business No man can be selfish while he is in love The influence Qf a well orderod home makes better boys than cnrtyw ordi fiancee JSoniB people can express a trunk more srIelligerzt tlulI1thcdm express nil opinion v 11 The Great American Climate On the heels of a bright mild day corns a howling blizzard and the next thing you know the weather Is spring like again No wonder people have colds and sore clivsta and still backs Luckily Perry Davis Painkiller is at hand to give relief Tako it internally and rub it into the aching flesh All druggist sell it There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Long tongues in men are a sin ol what long ears are In quadrupeds donkeys DO YOU WANT To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with all the particulars as I may be able to help you Address J MN Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12deoly Man is known by the company be keeps and woman by her husbands folks One Box Cures Eczema I had a very Severncasts of eczema and tried several remedies given me by different druggists but they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eymann rec ommended your Remicks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and ode box cured in6 of time desease nOscar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by B L Middleton 5iuuely If every good resolution was earned out Hades would be a howling wilder nesss Doctors Bad Plight Two ears ago as a result of a se vere void I lost my voice writes Dr M L Scarbrouge of Hebron Ohio then began an obstinate cough Every remedy known to me asa uracticing physician for 35 years failed and I dai grow worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coups and Colds I found quick relief and for last ten pays have felt better tha for two years Positively Guaranteed for Throat and Lung trou bles by ierryi Thomas druggist Soc and 100 Trial bottles frce 1m It is no sign of a Christian to wear a face long enough to eat oats out ot a churn 1f4This signature Is on every bor ot the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cures o cold In one day The Bible and Shakspeare are the most talked about and less read books in print The Great Dismal Swamp Of Virginia is a breeding groundof Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and muscles anti may in duce dangerous maladies Hut lice tric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stomach and Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byesville 0 but never found anvthing as gocd as Electric Biiters It TO them Only SOc Perry Thomas druggists guarantee satis faction Xm It is the timings that a man doesnt say that women construe into declarations of love Life Guards The Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of the British household troops Thev are gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart is proud of them Nut only the Kings household but yours ours everybodys skould have its life guards The need ot them is especially great when the greatest foes of tile find allies in the very elements as colds influenza catarih the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month of March The best way that We know of to guard against these disease is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsaparilla tho greatest of all life guards It removes the conditions in which these diseases make their most successful attack gives vigor and tone to all the vitalor gamma and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Kemem ber the weaker the system the greater the exposure todisease Hoods tar sapaiilla makes the system strong 1m Duty well done is time seed from whence springs the flower of pleasure Talk is cheap but silence is a better bargain Season of 1902 RexAlo His Sire Rex McDonald was the lar gest winner of saddle premiums in America t ELK GARDEN FARM ITERMS 20 FOR A LIVE COLT IT PAYSTO BREED TO THE BEST +REX A Foaled 1899 beautiful black 16 hands high a model in form and finish with extra limbs and feet with all a grand individual He traces to more fancy blood than any young stallion on recoid which hla breeding will show I have had nine colts from his dam and have shown allot them and never had one misplaced his dam has ever been defeated in the show and ban always worn the blue ribbon when shown I have had a number of horsemen to tell me that she was the finest brood mare they ever sawlie is descended from show stock on both sire and dams side Ills sire lies McDonald at three years old proved his title to the cham pionship by capturing the premium over illages at the great St Louis Fairamong his competitors being his stem who his won raoe honors In the saddle ring than any stallion living Rex McDonald the greatest sweepstake sad dIe and harness stallion won in tour years at iS000toatare and two other tint premiums at the Mex- Ico Mo Fair at St Louis Mo he won the same year 1250 sweepstake and was also tint KyInular rings once tint at Paris second once and at Winchester first once second once In use lie won the sweepstake at Kansas City Mo and at St Louis he won the 1250 saddle premium and regular saddle premium and the combined premium at the ft t Louis Horse Show in 1996 he won the 800 sweepstake regularverylargestallions in America and is sound looks bet poundsInCity Mo and also combined premium and regular stallion premium tint at Liberty Mo SpringfieldLouis Horse Show Last November he won tint premium voted by the audience for the finest and handsomest horse at the horse show REX A By The Great Rex McDonald 233 1st dam Miss Richmond 851 the darn of Cero Gorda 1022 dam Day Eagle 1174 Day Eagle sired but one colt for she She was shown at a yesrlinc two and threeyearold and always wore the blue ribbon She defeated a ring of geldingREX A By Rex McDonald 833 By King Richard By Stonewall Jackson12 By Land lUopini thedamdam Plore- aceTerms20 For a Living Colt nIl the mare in sold or transferred the money will he considered due Not responsible for accidents or escapes Mares or bred to any other horse without consent the money will be claimed for service rendered by my horse Mares kept at ten cents a day on gra s Rex A will stand at my farm eight miles from Richmond on Silver Creek Come and see him M F Arbuckle iofapr2W SiIvexCrcclcjy u c How to Get Rid ota Cold Shall I ever be rid of this cold This is the daily question of a man racked by n cough that seems to tear his lungs Let him cheer up and take Allens Lung Halsam This remedy not merely overcomes ordinary toughs and colds however obstinate but it is recommended even in the first stages of consumption If there is anything worse than tho man who whistles it is the woman who tries to CHESTERS ENGUS- HNNYOYAL PILLS 0i ccctsco 5 tef 1afi Alwars rlIableLdiea risk nrogdtt to tnlIITIln EGLINIB In Ied- oid nHfUMIc boxes Healed with blue ribbon Take no oilier Icfue dansrrou tilxllmallow send IrallatlniiM liUyOf your Drucabli or rend Jr In Kturap for Particular TcttmnnlaU and Relief for LndJcelnkterD- Y return Mall 1OOOO Testimonials Sold 7 Lruggli CHICHESTEIi CHEMICAL CO aloe JlodUun Miunrr rlllLA PA Mailia Lkh 0 3- er eS-Are what count in our shop We dont make trifling mis takes because a few trifling inacquracies just spoil a coat Perhaps other tai lors can do work that is nearly good enough for you butwell you want our work dont you- Stouffer Mahler to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Miss Bailie T Russell are requested to tile same properly verified on or before 12 or same be barred Those indebted to the estate are requested to call at once and settle 2t D R TEVIS Administrator Public I will as Administrator ofthe estate of ills Sallin T Russell Sell at public Auction on the premises at 3 oclock p m SaturdaYtApril 12 the house and lot known as the Russell Place situated on the south side of Main street add bounded as follows On the west by the Catholic Church property on the east br the if p Rroaddu heirs property known all the Peter Smith property The lot fronts about 84 feet on Main and runs back about 610 feet containing about 16 acres of land more or less There is a good residence of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings Terms made known on day of sale D R TEVIS A- drnruc V REUNION 1902 DALLAS April 22 23 24 25 OneCentPER MILE DY Jf eoeka f o o Service and time as good as the best and a country unequalled In the beauty of its scenery richness ot its soil and wealth ill its promiseStopOver Privileges i 10 Going and Coming ArJOWThe opportunity of a life time to see the Great Southwest and via TUB CIIOCTAW ROUTE only can its best features be feen HOWARD JOLLY Traveling Passenger Agt Cincinnati Ohio GEO H LEE General Passenger and Ticket Little Rock Ark DEAL AT 00Hurst Brosi sso Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in J J Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kiflds for men and boys Tailormade or all the latest and prices lower than others Our is complete and larger than ever We also handle Hats Caps Over alls Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Give us a call Let us show you our of all you money MERCHANDISE Remember we still give Dont forget to ask for stamps when of us Repst i BROS JL JL HOMES tZaIZ4 TO GOOD OPPORTUNITY z HOME CHEAP The have deteftnined toofTer for the next Thirty often acres and up at the low price of from 1000 PER This Three Thousand Acres of land on the Kentucky Central Nashville Railroad on the waters of Hound Stone and Itockcatle county Ky and are now platting and and desirable farms and putting both lots and land at fi of snjrohe desiring a home or a business or residence The in Conway a growing little town on the L K H in Conway two large general mercantile stores a splendid etc Conway is situated in a beautiful vol ley about College one of the largest educational insti tutions in wanting their children to get a highclass education this College from home on horseback or vehicle or by train for its wf1Iof Lithia water Persons coming here with realize almost instant relief The is mostly very fertile Will raise corn or any of time cereals ShoeJIJIjIA to a high grade of tobacco and is very fine fruit there isa ready market for ties hub timber and spokes portion of the land offered for sale enough tim ber if many times over pay for the land The not more than one and onehalf mile from railroad station will be sold for onethird cash and residue payable in bearing pixper cent per annum No security furnished asked but a Any further information desired will be gladly Stone Land Company Apr2 tt KY Or this Office n 7 all week We have arranged to have a man direct from the factory to show our friends and patrons that the t will better and quicker heat more of this in less time and with than any Range madeI t delicious coffee to all who Be sure and come Fl ee Notice Sale TEX Department readymade ACRE RICHMOND Commencing Monday Apr andcontinuing Majestic Cooking Exhibition Range tTe010S Handsome Set of Ware17 Pieces Superior to any sold will be given to all who buy a Great Majestic Range at this Exhibition t Handsome Souvenir for Early Callers rbuckle Simmons Main Street Richmond Ky j 0 I o Jii-We Treat YonD- The whole Year 0Fancy tGoodsi Childrens Knit hoods made of good quality I wool zephyr closely knit assorted solid colors 15 centH each Fancy combination fleecelined hoods closely knit stllchjd nil over with silk floss at 23a each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c each Mens Handkerchiefs I The best I cent Handkerchief ever pro duced staple borders of Red and Blue also plain White atSc each The leader of the line Mens Softest fin ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one inch hemstitched herder printed In tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis pattercs In two color effects at Silky Janinette Cloth Handkerchlef one Inch hem white silk initial in corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at 25c t I S e I v V Q w g J t Which makes your safe andsound For bargains such as here are found Will you hold your ground I Childrens Fancy colored Eiderdown good weight trover collar edged with white Angora fur liJjthroughout with cream colored Flannelette up the besrvalues ever produced was now Wio Cloth in dark blue and red with la sailor collar npliqued in white at j j and Si Iiwata a IWhen in town see us Vhen at home write us In either case well ve Y ci J IJII I Ladies Sheer High Grade Lawn Handken hi onehalf inch hemstitched border atc No 2134 Hemstitched l half Inch el sort Swiss tflItr ered all around in very tasteful patte ni white chain work flowers and leaf pat well worth at lOc Ladles Swiss Handkerchiefs with brof real lace flower designs at 2k Novelty Mufflers in popular colors of high grade Kuglisk Serge size 29U I D iXks a 5Q a 5 Oxford superior quality White Quilt made of bleached yarn in new signs hemmed size 70x73 each Revere a new Spread that has just been added to the line 7nxl 1Mextrafine soft fihish 2ply yarn nobby raised centers hemmed at 99c each GenuineI Cor Main First St re Lexington Great Clothing r House fc g Jj business always help Eiderdown Cloaks Cloaks silkbraid Handkerchiefs B at49c size 833 high grade Mursailles Quilts 124 Biz pj heavy weight large floral center patterns gumtMtui ii I novel groupings of ferns and flowers the hLnIJ Quilt ever offered for the money Priced special this week 299 Ask see them OWEN MCKEE 1tI g rf f t1 JJ i LOUIS AND GUS SI Sole Agents For Alfred Cos ffet J O o e e o goctoo so svrTTiV L OssSOSSSSS SSSSSSS S SSS SSS S SS 0 oS JJgrihJ I SS 0 iJ1fhkl ssssssOfo 0 0- t e ie seoaeeoec8Be s sNo house in Lexington can show you such r Goods They are equal to the finest custom Goods Our stock of TOP COATS are beautiful The Celebrated Proof Rain Ceal Coat t wOur Boys and Childrens Department Largest in the State Our Merchant Tailoring Department is in the handsr of Richard Shryock the famous Kentucky Cutter yr tZI SH df o- U vrs ii1li MOM Handkerchiefs made Lawn IQnality cseeae Make our house yo headquarters when in Lexington 52 C1 r t I- iI IV ISc to jr q nps tIj I New Goods are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and jn our selection we have in the way of Spring Goods the handsomest line of Ginghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etc UnequaledisCoronationllraidread vmnde Skirt Department In tlmllnQwe can plenio time most fastidious selectfromand git prices you are surd to buy A complete stock of New MattingJIran just been received arid is now placed on sale We buy tnthe best markets of the world select theIaiest goods and xvhen buy you know you bavethe l teiituplodntlltooaS ut Lowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with Lee Smitha I r J Richmond Kentucky Benjamin Aqua K 9 bt1 J4s CU en 00 C l rktI1 n 00 412b U1 0 Ui flUl I u iw r 7 1ft ttkO aTTcs XV heel r jQ 9 we hsve received a c rlo d5r thelineaL Clover Jt lock a car load of Northern White im W it will Our prove profitable to 1 y 4 Jconvince you that we are your E DEATHERAGE JV- DlJ a- I I tt 2Pe jIv E CO lie Climax VI PFsDAY APR 2 1902 Pr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is w located over J B StoufTers ttore Cfcblf best coal on the market ate crJs Witts feb103m Vtn L Huford lias been reap vi 1strnasrer at Nlcholasville Hiv you read Arbuckle Sim Majestic Range advertisement in s 1r j regular monthly meeting of Council will be held tomor llt r Ill extracted without pain 25 Da Honsoif Richmond Ky vvirnor Bvckhaiu has designated siay April 24 as Kentucky Day Charleston Exposition liviprt Harris who recently soul- JTUI at Iortwood to UK Woos ts gone to Oklahoma to reside 11 Lyons of Nicholasville has ed Custodian of the Public riS at Frankfort to succeed Col T Ir Thompson I ivensii trial order for the cele j Jackson county Cannel coal itfped to bo the best i3m Letcher Witt illiam Bowled Jr who killed- 41er William BOvles in Esiill y last Christmas was tried in iii Circuit Court and sentenced in the penitentiary YOU contemplate having any pa j or painting to do this spring it- t your advantage to call and ne my lint of wall paper and itnateou painting W L Leeds UMAX printed last spring most liurse and jack cards used in unty and we have on file sam ail this work as well as cards tuis year PO if you expect to tinting dune in this line it will itc call and examine our sam prices before placinir your or s s H S and U Morgan of s station this county handle nl White Leghorn chickens vciy luring the two months K January and February they dzn eggs at an average of 23 Now Minorcas Inn shans jS etc where are you Surely of egg machine must be over to the Rose Comb White rtS Messrs 11 S antI G Mor l ing eggs at I for J See J rtisement in another column 2t KidI ItL1 rand than 3 Loan 1couldbetoreyou 1celledusI DPIDEATIIERA6E Richmond An r Ideal DressBoot SEE i THAT THIS TRADE MARK IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE IItuct Reproduction of this Style Shoe tC a full and J complete t line of tl I y mens fur Jnishings L I 19 II 1MAINSTREET Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf We have carriages buggies pIma tons road earls etc to sell If you dont believe we will sell them give us a call and we will convince you tf S L MidkifT Wanted Country dried apples will pay cash Kellogg 6 Withenbury febl24t Fcr Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thuruian Grocerv Co tf Court Day Box Sale No Blanks Every Box contains 25c worth of goods Our loss is your gain L E LAXE For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of tho city One is 60x204 and the other 100x300 For terms ap ply at this office mch2Ctf For Sale 250000 hard brick on my farm at Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer See George D White Richmond or the man on the premi ses U For Sale 250000 hard brick on my farm at Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer Soe George D White Richmond or the man on the prem ises tf For bale Pure bred Plymoth Rock eggs for setting purposes All eggs are selected and carefully packed before shipping 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs mcl5 4t D A McConn Dr Hobson dentist next doo to Government building- tf Richmond Ky Moved to Fayette Mr W Stuart Jones moved his family to his farm near Valnut Hills Fayette county last week much to the regret of a large circle of friends iu this city Joseph Jefferson Joseph Jefferson comes to the Lexing ton Opera House Monday April 7 Matinee and night Presenting at the matinee Rip Van Winkle and at night The Ilivals At the Lexington Opera House Julia Marlowe presenting Paul Kes ters dramMization of Charles Majors famous novel When Knighthood was in Flower will be at the Lexing ton Opera House tomorrow Thursday April 3 Granted a Fensian Capt W E Grubbs of Junction City was granted a pension of 17 ice month through a special relict bill in troduced by Congretsman Gilbert He is the father of Limit Hayden Y Grubbs who was killed in the Philippines eeeUeaa p 8 c0SO 0SSS00 sS SSS e It e e Ko IRlce 5 S AND I 5S1 J 5 e S iL Arnold o a H S 5 5 S 5 S OIOIsewwa +f++4 +++4 +44k ITheUptodate Shoe Merchants Leaders in Styje and Quality i 3= i CALL AND s juir Sew Sprisj Sljliij 01fleeJuly 17tf circuit Court The April term of Circuit Court will conveuo next Monday There are in all 412 cases on the docket distributed M follows Old equity 200 equity appbarances 87 ordinary appearance nOjforfeitures A Fine Jack QT White Son announce that their fine Jack Vra L Todd will make the season of 1902 sttlte Brutus J Clay farm near this city Win L Todd is 151 hands high black with white points He is by Marinaduke 1st dam by Lord Byron he by King Cyrus Give Letcher Witt a trial order for coal Their Jellico and Brush Creek coals are the talk of the town feblO 3m Horse Day Next Monday will he Court Day and nIIprinted remember the CLIMAX will do the work better and as cheap as any other printing olllce in Central Kentucky So dont forget to drop in and give us your order The greatest bargains ever offered in the carriage line can now be found at my carriage works onThird street tf K L Mldkiff- Bolldinj Enlarged Messrs Arbuckle Simmons have recently been making extensive im provements in their store A fiftyfoot extension has been built and skylights and large windows put in It is now one of the largest and best lighted bus iness houses in town Their tinshop which was formerly in the MqOreary block on Irvine street has been moved to the new building erected for it back of the store rhe Fight Ended The long tight over the Berea post office winch has been waged for months past has at last ended It has been announced that the President has appointed Mr Charles L Hanson the popular young lawyer of that town Mr Hanson was Private Secretary to Mr Davidson during the latters term in Congress and is well known in this District He has friends everywhere who will rejoice in his good fortune Dont fail to see the Great Majestic Range bake biscuits in three minutes all this week at Arlnicklo ASituinoiis Coming Mr James A Young who plays Vinicius in E J Cnrpehterfl1 Quo Vadis possesses a remarkable memory which is the envy of his friends when it cornea to studying parts Mr Young is a close student of Shake speare having begun at the age of ten to memorize many selections Recent ly on a wager he recited the entire series of Shakespearian plays being closely followed by persons who held the text And noted every line Mr Younjs interpretation of Vinicius is particularly pleasing lie appears at the New Opera Honse Wednesday April 9th We make a specialty of all kinds of grain for seed purposes fob 19 3m Letcher Witt fashionable Dressmaking Ladies wishing a stylish costume for spring should call on Miss Emma Golden whois now located in the Hobson building next door tq postoffice Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to the most elaborate tailormade suit Her work is sure to please and her terms are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson building mch5 tf Our carriage shop is filled to over flowing with buggies carriages phaetons road carts etc that must be sold So if you are in need of any thing in this line we can certainly interest you Call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere tf S L Midkiff A Card to the Public I have just closed an eight days auc tion sale in tht jewelry line and have disposed of all my Kangaroo goods have now n nice clean stock of watch es diamonds and jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to my al ready large stock I have became accustomed to giving goods away at half prices and it is now no hardship to me to sell you any thing in my line twenty per cent less than you will be able to get the same any place in the United States Respectfully 3in D P Armor H AA At tTDp S S For 25 Cents Some cno wilt get a solid gold watch diamond ring in the Box Sale April 7 at L E LanesJ Lost In this city ft buggy robe black on the outside yellow and white inside with a tiger face Liberal reward will be paid for return to mch27 2t Du G W EVANS Low Rates to Louisville Account of National Convention Peoples Party at Louisville April 2 Louisville Atlantic will sell tickets to that paint March 30 31 and April 1 with final limit April 4 at rato of one fare for the round trip C M Bnowxixo- mcli2G tf General Manager Not Oily Enough The oil company which has been at work at Herea has become discouraged and left the field After sinking two holes to the depth of about 1500 feet with no signs of oil thov decided to look for a better place and for this reason the derricks drills etc have been moved to Estill county The Doles TwStep Harch Jest Published Is the prettiest march yet Easy but full of merit Each strain is beautiful Sample copy lOc introduction price I Love None Else But You song and Fair Bank Schottische same price or the three for 2oc list price BOc each Address ISAAC DOLES Pnb1isIle- rInl1ianapollsIlId W L Leeds guarantees all YOI k done by him to be firstclass Call and see his beautiful line of wall paper tf To DilIasI 19 25 to Dallas Tex and return ac count Confederate Veterans Reunion Tickets on sale April IS 19 20 and 21 good returning until May 3 with privi legs of extension of limit to May 15 Special train via L N will leave Louisville at noon April 20 running through to Dallas via Memphis without any change of cars mch26tf Why not do away with your iron tires and have them replaced with rub ber tires We are prepared to do any kind of work in this line on short no tice at prices to suit all tf SL Midkiff For the New Lock The next lock n the Kentucky rver will be located at the mouth of Drown ing creek For this purpose suit has been brought in the Federal Court in this city to condemn the lands of Levi Metcalf and Robert Combs Messrs Waller Bennett AT Cennult and G G Prewitt have been appointed commissioners assees the valuation The suit will be decided at the April term of court Opening a New Nine The Beattyville News says Judge lurch who is opening a coal bask for Michigan people on Millers creek drove his entry into the mountain seventy feet and has uncovered a vein of coal four and a half feet thick and of fine quality The projectors of the new railroad up the creek aro elatedon account of the thickness of the vein They were willing to built the road if no more than a threeloot vein was developed The best grades of Jollico and Brush Creek coals grain feed seed corn and Letcher Si Wilt Election of Officers The annual ejection of officers of the Elks Lodge took place Friday night Tho officers elected are as follows Exalted Ruler J A Sullivan Esteem ed Leading Knight D R Tevis Es teemed Loyal Knight R W Colyer Esteemed Lecturing Knight 11IV Miller Secretary Fret L Grinstead Treasurer C H Chenault Trustee T B Collins Hon J A Sullivan was elected as delegate to the Grand Lodge which meets at Salt Lake City next August Preparing for the Grand Comnundcry R R Burnam Grand Senior War den Knights Templar accompanied by Sir Knights D P Armer arid R C Stockton went to Versailles last Friday to inspect the commaiidery at that place After tho work Was finished the Versailles Commandery gave a banquet at which the Richmond gen tlemen were guests of honor Before leaving handsome quarters were en gaged for the Richmond Commandery and the ladles who will attend tie Grand Commandery in May Remember the Box Sale Court Day April 7 L E JIANE To the Old Country Mr R Zimnicr and clever son Charley are preparing to make a trip to their native heath Germany and will leave in a few days for a two months visit to relatives across the pond Mr Zimmer has the best bukery and con fectionery in Central Kentucky and the people show their appreciation of his hard work by giving him R fine patronage During his absence Mrs Ziminer will run the business and n baker from Cincinnati will be employ ed to attend to thntdepartmentCent- ral Record A Great Stallion Gaming On April Court day we will show to tho public the good stallion Intact His owner Mr 0 W Williams in mi unchallenged statement declares him to be the best bred stallion living and he considered by good judges to be one of the handsomest horses in the world Mr Williams gave his stallion up very reluctantly but at the earnest solicitation of friends he has consented to allow him to stand in Madison coun ty time coming season We hope the breeders will take advantage of this opportunity and get some handsome as well as wellbred colts Respectfully 2t B H Neale Hot bitcuits and delicious coffee served free this week at Arbuckle Simmons Be sure to see the Great Majestic Range Killing In Estill County At Millers Creek Estill county George Congleton emptpd both barrels of a shot gun into William Hockhlemer killing him instantly Both of these men were from Powell county An old grndgA existed and on Friday when Hockhiemer went into the store at Millers Creek where Conslelon was clerking Hockhlemer began to swear and use abusive language Congleton ordered him out of the store and Hock blamer attempted to draw a pistol when Congleton shot him Congleton went to Irvine immediately and sue rendered to the Sheriff and is now un der guard Hockhiemera brother passed through this city Saturday tak ing the remains to Powell county for interment Be sure and buy a box April 7 you may get a gold watch or a diamond ring L E LANE LINES Suggested by arecent poem in the CLIMAX by D WTiUe The Empty Saddle Sir Isaac saw an apple fall Somewhere within his garden wall And from this very small event He ran the lines of consequent Until the universal law he found By which all worlds are safely bound So facts tho small to casual glance To great minds open large expanse Where great thoughts and feelings strong HoMir the tides 01 life and song Until ui Ironi a bud there grows The larger beauty of the rose What pathos clings to empty saddle old SHVO when its story is by genius told But let his yc upon it look Then voices speak from every nook Aiul vanished years como trooping by To pour their flood thro heart and ey- elairet the maid with flaxen hair That Sdinthke mails the meadows fair Of that good land bi yond tIle tide Which ebbs then flows to harbor wide J P S Bought a Steamtoat Capt JlJ Thomas of Ford has bought of Mavsville parties a steam boat vhiih will beconvtrted into a tug and used in towingMogs at Ford antI other points on the Kentucky river The boat cost him three tbousand dol lars Have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf Candidate for Congress Miss Mary Berkhart of Wolfe count will be a candidate for Congress on the Prohibition ticket She intends to make a house to house canvass and says there is no law to prevent her from taking her seat in Congress if she receives a majority of votes cast She is said to be good looking and quite wealthy Keren it Assignments Following aro the revenue assign ments of Madison county men for April T P Dudley R J McKce J T Shnckelford J G Sebastin J W Griderand J H Farris Silver Creek T C Adams at Wiley Sercys Ander son county E G Harris at Cedar Brook Anderson county and M H Williams at J P Ripyu Anderson county Box Sate L E Lane the jeweler is going to have a novelty box sale Court Day All articles will be placed in sealed boxes and sod for the small sum of 25 cents with the guarantee that each and every purchaser will get his mon eys worth A cold watch worth S20 and a diamond ring worth 15 will be placed in the lot for the lucky man Other articles of value will be added just to make it interesting SoL Midkiff is telling all kinds of carriages Buggies etc at lowest prices Give him a call tf Hemp Garrard county is taking a front seat in the hemp business A press dispatch from Lancaster says J H Burk of this county is making arrangements to put in 275 acres of hemp this year He is running twelve turning plows every day and expects a big te venue from this seasons crop The 1902 yield continues to prove itself enormous and the local buyers are still receiving great quani ties The prevailing price is 500 and the farmers are thereby amassing for themselves large bank accounts Killed a Hero n Dr Hobson had an exhibition at his office several days Jast week a large blue heron which he killed at Lake Reba Tile bird measured four and a hat feet standing and had a spreadof six feet Dr Hobson said that it was nearly dark and he was preparing to leave the lake when the great bird came flying along just over the tops of the trees Thinking it WitS a wild goose ho fired and brought it down with the first shot The bird was given to one of his friends who will have it mount ed For Clerk of the Circuit Court Mr Roy C White announces him self in t days CUMAX PS candidate for the office of Clerk of the Madison Cir cuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr White is one of the best known farmers and traders in the county and line friends every where who will urge him on and en courage him in his race He is it man who has no enemies and one of whom no evil cf n be said We commend him to the Democratic voters of Madi son county feeling that if nominated him for Circuit Clerk be will dls charge the duties of the office with credit to himself and his constituents See his announcement in another column Youll miss a rare treat if you do not attend the grand Majestic cooking exhibit at Arbnckle Simmons during the week beginning April 7 PERSONAL Prof I C Hunt was in Frankfort on business Saturday Mr and Mrs John B Gibson are expected home today Mr CE Woods has returned from a visit to Crab Orchard Hon W E Varnon of Stanford was in the city Monday Miss Bessie Redmon of Paris is the guest of Mrs Kit Chenault Mr George D Simmons visited friends in Lexington Sunday Mrs C W Cobb leaves today lor a visit to relatives in Pittsburg Miss Sue Hume was tho guest of friends in Lexington last week Mr anI Mrs B M Lackey visited relatives in Nicbolasville last week ExGov Bradley passed through last Saturday on bis way to Lancaster Miss Edna Schlegel loft Monday to visit Miss Elizabeth Feeney in Lexing tonMrs Lou Elgin of Georgetown is the guest of her daughter Mrs HO Tur flee Miss Nettle B Smith has returned to Danville after a visit to friends in this city Miss Ethel Heacoxof Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Elmer Death erago Judge L M Benton of Winchester visited relatives in the county lnst Caroline Reid Qi lIt Sterling is the gaestot her sister Mrs PM Chenauit v Mr and Mrs iBHarns of Win Chester epent Sunday withjbls ptir Bt in this city Miss Van Grecnloaf left Friday to visit her brother J J Greenleaf at CbarJottFville Va Mr George Edmiston of Crab Orch ard was the guest of Dr and Mrs W W Burgin last week Mrs J Wade Walker of Garrard county has been tho guest of friends here for saveral days Jilr Shelby Tribble of the Central Record Lancaster spent Sunday with his mother in this city Rev J Rockwell Smith D D of Brazil has been the enest of Rev Dr Dodge for several days Miss Margaret Jones of lit Sterling who was the guest of Irs T E Arnold has returned home Miss Lola Hocii of Marion Kansas has returned home after a weeks visit to Mrs Jackson on Third street Mrs W E Muncey who was called here by the illness of her sister Mrs Pryor has returned to her home in WinchesterDr Harbour went to Louis ville Thursday and is under treat ment of his physician at the Gray street Infirmary Prof William M Jackson of Camp bellsvitle was called here last week by the illness of his brother City Attor ney J Talbott Jacks- onRELIGIOUS Rev Wm Crowe of Frankfort has declined the call to the Presbyterian church at Lewisburg West Virginia Miss Adlaid Gail Frost a missIonary from India will give an address at the Christian Church Wednesday evening April 2 at 730 oclock The public is invitedRev J Rockwell Smith D D who has spent twentynine years in Brazil and who is now a professor in the Pres byterian Theological Seminary at Santa Paula preached two interesting sermons on Missionary work in Brazil at the First Presbyterian church Sun day morning and evening IVlATRirVlpINIIAL GARRETTLOKTOK Andrew Garrett and Callie Lorton of Berea were mar ned at Berea yesterday morning CMKTGAY William T Clift and Miss Talitha Gay both of Berea were mazried at the home of the bride yesterday afternoon BUTIEKRIOIIARDSOV B Butler and Mits Ida Richardson both of Cal east were married at the home of the bride last Friday- McC0LLUSIY0UNOCh aries A Mc Colluni and Miss Katherine Young both of Jackson county were married in this city last Tuesda- yHtrrcirjssoNJoNxsJ M Hutchinson amI Mrs Fannie Jones were married Wednesday by Rev W A Eisen hart at the brides home near Moberley IlENRyTcnOR Jaces B Henry and Miss Bertie Tudor both of Kirks ville were married in thin city by Rev Hugh McLellan last Wednesday Mr Henry is the son of Mr and Mrs James R Henry and the bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Kinch Tudor DEATHS WHEELEU Gladys tho sixteen mouths old daughter of Mr and Mrs W N Wheeler of Wliite Hall died last Friday after an illness of several weeksHESTERMIS Sallie Heeler died at the home of her soninlaw Robert Jennings near Silver Creek Saturday after a lingering illness Mrs Hester wes the wife of the late Ed Hester and was 79 years of age The funeral ser vices took place at the home Monday morning and the burial in the Rich mond Cemetery CREWS Owen W Crews aged fortv eight sears died at his home in this city Saturday night He had been ill hut a few days and his d ath was a shock to some of his most intimate friends He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss The burial took place in the family burying ground at Union yesterday FARBIS Mr E 0 Farris died at his home at Silver Creek last Tuesday aged seventysix years Mr Farris has been for many years one of the most prominent men in his community Ho served as Postmaster for thirty years and he had been agent for the L k N railroad ever since the road was built through this county A few years ago he was compelled to rptire from active business on account of ill health Mr Farris was the father of fourteen children all but one of whom survive him The funeral services were held at the house Wednesday afternoon after which the burial took place in the Bichmondcemetry JONES Richard Jones Sr died al the home of his brother William Jones near Stiver Creek Saturday March 29 in the seventy ninth year of his ago Mr Jones was a well known farmer and trader and one of the most honored citizens of the cotmty He resided at Kingston until about three years ago when owing to his ill health he went to live with his brother About a month ago he suffered u stroke of paralysis and never recovered De ceased leaves three brothers and three sister to mourn bin loss Messrs Wil linm and Joe Jones of this county and James Jones of Blackstock SC Mrs Carrie Tribble of Shelbyville Mrs Francis and Miss Bettie Jones of this city The funeral services Were held at the house Monday afternoon after which the burial took plice in the Richmond Cemetery THAHP On the night of March 24 at the residence of her neica Mrs Jef Golden occured the death of Mrs Frankie Tharp who died of pneumonia after an illness of only two days The deceased familiarly known as Aunt Fraukie was the daughter of William Todd who died several years are at the advanced age of ninety six years Had she lived until her nut birthday 80 years would have numbered her useful lifn having been born in October 1822 Aunt Frankie WSB loved by all who knew her as she was a devoted mother a pious grandmother a loving havingIchurch at Speedwell for over fifty years At that placeber funeral was preached on the 26thby the Rev Trib ble and attended by a laige number of her relatl sRnd fi lends after which they repaired to tho family burying ground at Crooksville whete her body was laid to rest lice thnj children still survive her 0 BrV O and James M Tiiarp the two first mentioned still resido in the jaunty the latter being a resident dJ Missouri We should be so inspired b r her noble life and try to imitate her Christian character in order to meet lice In tha- tbvtrfand bettep world urhnrnbl- ep4erI I t J YOUR BOYS SPRING OUTFIT Can be selected with ease in our store andwithout fear of f mistake in quality style or price Youll find a beautifulicollection of the Newest Bind Freshest j PmsMons Im Suits Direct from New Yorkstyles every whit as correct as those shown in the biggest cities in landl The swell Norfolk Yoke and the new Blouse effects are the most fashionable but wetve not failed to provide a full supplyiof staple styles as well SHOES FOR BOYS Large assortment select leathers all the new mannish styles Quality to hold the boy and price to hold your trade HATS CAPS prettiest Richmond alsoall Shirts Suspenders Underwear CuffIButtons andeverything else to dress a boy from top to toe r in best style known to the clothierts art lfa 1 COUINGTON BANKS e leIIelIxeIl JIrj2Y i STORE IiijrICarpets Matting- stRugs and GI mimWhich is opened inspection at prices that defy competition are to come and inspect same t t r 4 Ih r IS We secured a bargain in a few hundred nicely decorated l Jardinieres whicU we otter at about onethird less than r It cost to nake tbem23 29 35 30 and 45c y wait it wont last long Cant get any more J ANOTHER LOT OF for to for Dont ff 4i Of yard pieces now on you save money about iprice Dont fail to over them India Linens 5 61 8J 15 and 20c Dont fail to see our new Percales I Cloth for Shirt Waists Pi Respectfully to the Cash Trade T3 CTJEB A COLD IN ONE DAY fake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All drugKists refund the money if it fails to euro E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents After reading an account ofa man who tad fasted for forty an Irish man said he would rather starve than fast for a living A Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcur on tile of J B Orner Franklin III which doctors and all remedies for four years Then Buckleus Arnica Salve cured hinV Just as good fur Coils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Terry Thomas ill OJ No woman fuels that she is iu society unless she has a monthly bank account at the jewelersWields a Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut offby Dr Kincs New Life Pills the most distressing too Stomach LIver and troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundir Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall these wonder workers 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1in lEa man is afraid to think for himself he should get married More haste lees and hasten slowly are proverbs born of fcx perience that some things cant be hurried without loss of waste That is specially true of eating The railway lunch habit five minutes for refresh monte is u habit most disastrous to the health You way hurry your eat ing You cant hurry your digestion and the neglect to allow proper lime for this important function Is the be uinning of sorrows to many a busy man When the tongue is foul the head aches when there are sour or bitter risings Undue fullness after eat big hot flushes irritability nervous ness irresolution cold extremities and Other annoying symptoms bo uuie the stomach and organs of iigefition and nutrition have broken down Noth big will reestablish them In active healthv operation so quickly as Dr the nerves purifies the blood and builds up tho body It is a strictly temperance medicine containing no alcohol or other Given away Dr Pierces great work This Peoples Common Sense Medical on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailingjoniy tell 21 one cent stamps for the cov ered book or8L stampsfor cl tlhhlind ns to Dr RV PiQrej Buffalo N o AND The collection of Hats and Caps in Beautiful Caps girls priced your way Hosiery Neckwear the t br uI t Gi Q invited 3 ih iWe ii ISHOES r Jf tit we ever up es IShoes We to 25 Boys Shoes The to lSO r IMens Shoes to 4 Ladies Shoes 7tSo to l t rtj Remnant Embroideries 1 and sale will y1Madras 1regular10 12i ook and UI I Submitted ieIXrfXeJ days leg Grove defied ScAlds Bowel before speed UislOveryIt Adviserjssontfrie Y- tJtbeshown and at prices to suit you r S1 r= 5000 yards of Gingham worth 8Jc abSc Domestics we have plenty at alt Sheetidgs we have plenty at all Wo are showing the largest stock rleesIIliichmond at 2oc to 250 E V ELDEDil rfXelerGI X I iT0IeTeXe lII Sek okc T It is time you were thinking about your Stand 3ltherefore it is time to think of us You cannot be too particular about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied stock to select from You want wide variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service and rightpricesWethese wants in the fullest measure and our stock beforeplacingyourordeir 4 Lcr ILl WSOIdham1 Cor 2d and Irvine StsIr RICHMOND luIySliyKENTUCKY i I WEDDING PRESENTS See our elegant stoelc of Diamond anti Pearl Jewlery CutfiGlass Clocks and Sterling Silverware in all the latestpatterns befyre buying VICTOR BOQAERlffMANUFACTURING 57k MAINST LEXINGTON KY IOur Mottq is Reliable Gowk Fair Dealing anU Jtiom Prices il T =cJ l qjt t =Rose Comb U 1 White Leghorns The Midwinter Egg Machines Ie Eggs from prize it winning stock J5 if H S G MORGAN usr2G2m WHITES STATION KY t Mutual Pool of Future Events The Kentucky Derby Metropolitan SurIH1rba1lI1aIIdkapsIej listinttted value of each pool 100000 I 1 EACH For entries circulars and fall par ticulars nddriEg f Mutual Sweepstakes Assn IT4 Milton Young Mgr I Lexington Kentucky t Reference Lexington City Nat Bank 26niar8w Th n J JFor TICKETS A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in gold and silver 1ms come to be proverbial JMon have the same leaning hut they disguise it Here are scores of fancies in gold and Hiker for very HUla money The quality of every piece in our stock is of iuaraittceil excellence LE LANE Louisville Jjenderson and St lJouis Railway Homeseekers9 Excursions AT LOW RATES Jt 5 TO THE WESTTickets on Sale First and ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the L Northwest and California Points E For Further Information Address CEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN TrDv Poss Agent GenJ Poss Agent LOUISVILLE KY etanrr n 1 jr C ++++CALL ATM ++ JONES MERSH8N SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssss1 Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND i- niF 0Onjelliespreserves and plekleo spread Ji coating of I PURE REFINED PARAFFnNIE Will kelp them absolutely moisture sni add proof 1urc Iteflned 1arafflne la altO uwful in a dozen otber ways about the house Full directions In each package Bold everllthCr- eSTANDARDOILCO G Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mange Eczema D tPmner and Fits and all the jib dog flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons Flea and Shampoo Soars the onlv log Fiap on the market jiiarauteeJ to kill fleaR For hale by PERRY THOMAS nu26tf FREE rOf iiAOSFRoMStar Horse Shoe StandArd Navy Old Planet Iloceity lolly Tar Sickle Natural Cross Dow Iesr 9ood Hddita Doot Jack Uobby Spun Roll T LcuandALS- OPAPER BAN DS I fROM 41 J 1AVIJI dispensegby 8lJ I rv t I 1 trt It 3FOflOCENTS Rd DO RABAN DS ARE OF EQUAL VALUE AND MAY BE Our New Illustrated CATALOGUE OF FOR 1902includes rainy articles not shown here It contains tbe most attractive orpcetJgetwoOur offer of Prcccats for Tags will Nov 30th 1902 CONTINENTAL TOBACCO co colilallllnjTags belostlo C Hy BROWN 4241 Folsom Ave St Louis Mo UREY D Spring 19O2e White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ- dies Naiusoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Ghig hain Chum brays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas LacesCrepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftonts Celebrated Shirts Wnit AND Gibson RICHMOND KY I Materworkman Spearhead Btsndywine Drummod LucksPiper1 J II I TAGSANDFLO ASSORTED PRESENTS expire catalogues For Fine PiintedTove1ties 5 CONFEDERATE VETERANS Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping cars to Shreveport are attached to Queen Crescent Route ves tibuledtrains at Chattanoooga while trains inoChattanooga during the Retr union and tourist c faarsKentucky and Tennessee points if enough veterans indicate their intention of go ing to Dallas This is the only line that takes you pastLookout Moun t Itamtanoqga and the scenes of the siege of Vicksburg Tickets are alsoon sale via New Orleans Stopovers at Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans andother points east of the Mississippi river are permitted 32hour schedules Nicholasville to Dallas Tick et Agents will quote low exI cursion rates on application Send your name for free maps and illustrated pamph lets describing Vicksburg Dallas and the Battlefield at ChickamaugaW Genl Passenger Agt- Cincinnati Ohio Teddy Gets a Sparring Part ncr A Washington dispatch says President Roosevelt has en gaged a professional athlete to give him wrestling and boxing bouts at the White House Since coming to Washington the President has grown noticeably fatter He has Very little time for exercise He walks and rides with his friends but could scarcely ask them to go down to the basement and be hang ed and thrown around with uppercuts and half Nelsons therefore he engaged J J OBrien of Boston who will endeavor to reduce the phys ical proportions of the Presi dent Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain in OUR day Pleas ytoCourt says Half n bottle of Hanna Rheumatism cured me of an attack of rheumatism After three doses of the remedy 1 was free from painKJ JJnip For sale at B L Mitldletons Drug store 202 W Main street tf The Illinois Central Rail wayrecently retired 100 em ployes under the pension system which has been in op eration for eight moths Of the number retired eighty two were over seyenty years of age one was eightyeight and a large number were over eighty years of age The compulsory age of retirement is seventy years and the op tional and incapacitated age is sixtyone years The total number of Illinois Central employes is about 32000 The Pennsylvanias pen sion system has been in Nation over one year The to tal number of employes of that system is about 80000 Wants to Help Others I haJ stomach trouble nil my life n nys Elw Mehlnr proprietor of tlie Union Bottling Works Erie Pa and tried all kinds of remedies weut to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moments peace DyspepsiaCnregreat satislactlon I never found its equal for stomach trouble nnd gladly recommend it in hope that I may help DyspepsiuCuredont have to diet ICodol Dyspepsia lire digests what you eat Prrv te Thomas 1m The baker who mixes his dough properly has apoft thiiifrof it J G9 fIletriclHeknowsflit being knotted Put tbe mm in the TOOOdfl usa let Indian CSptOTS bsdhim to a tree for torture he raonld etrnggle to the last agnirrttlie bonds rhen the to= is diseased there ore bonds tciog ivovcu every liour cboot tile CKgana dependent on etoaact lhefoUyofto the 1 of these boadatrith no effort to escape until the pain they cwarouses YcaresjrTtr of tistioa and nutrition Itctuu t setof heart liver limga kidneys and other organs when these dis drorigin4For a loss time I was caaing sad vss JJenDfadmyDrlimtsItookcixc11ikc11ewa eJ1etscJeaIIIIIthc it 7b 2 A TEXAS WONDER HALLS CHEAT DiSCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities ofan witdchildren If not sold by your drug will be sent hy mail on receipt of One small bottle two months eatment anti will cure any case above- mentioned Dr K W Hall solo manu cturer P O Box 021 St Louis Mo for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky KBAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great DiPcoverv for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed ISO pounds when I began using today I T6 pounds and J el better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfnllv recommend it to the public Respectfully 4ciecly JOHN A KIDDLE There is qnitH difference between the man who sees an opportunity and the mull who puize itofdoGoodfrL812tJwliichnnec After irytim lrNI prepirip ftoI hail rtiii iiilviTtistd in ic South J s Miunn Afer two tipplications a frftercurdilIie Harris Salem N For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m A man may be too poor to hire a hw ver and at the smiiu time ran afford to keep his own couuttd Shot in His Left Leg For all kind of sores burns bruises or other wounds DeWittn Vitch Ha zel Salve ilia SlUe euro Skin diseases vield to it at once Never fails in healingNUllcot counterfeits 1 tulfered for many years from a sore caused by a gun shut wound in my left leg says A S Fill ler English Itiil Jt would not heal and gave e much trouble I used all nutUIA few boxes completely cured me Perry Thomas 1m Some people can express trunk more intelligently than they can express an npihion Saved Many a TimeEDont neglect coughs over if it is erjugticlm calth4 often result seriously at this ieason just because people lire careless A close of One Minn to Cough Cnro will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts at once grItbronchiltietrouble 1 have used Ono Minute Cough Cure several years says Post master C O Dawfion Barr III i the very best cough medicine on the market It has saved me many a severe spell of sickness and I waruilj recommend it The childrens favorite Perry Thomas 1m A man may have an impediment in his speech and still speak wtill of oth ors Neglect Means Danger Donl netiloct biliousness and constipation Your health will suiTor per LittleEarly DoWIttssatisfactory pills I ever took Kever Perryrliomnas If is a mighty small word to cause such a lot of troublerANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES fromStatesFIIDeVauxmenta and study succeeded in isolating the true SerumAntitoxinDeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and theAntitoxintreatedTheabsolutelypreventwilt zvcat least 8Sperccut In case of failure refundedofhogsOne ounce vial sufficient tor six hogs 100 LIComDany2tprly The ship carpenter often tindulges in see saw A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and Colds in Chil dren I have not the slightest hesitancy bRtmedycoughsorcoldssays Chits M Cram er a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this valua ble medicine and I have repeatedlv used it and it has always bent ficirtl It has cured uie of all eirectieforthan one bottle to cure them of hoarse Vthisall as well peased as myself over the results For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m tblyas a picture Better Than Pills The question has been asked in what way are Chamberlains Stomach pillOurmore pleasant to take more mud nud crentlo in effect and more reliable as uponiIieyach and leave till bowels in a natural harshlithy StocktonEagan It teems fitting that quoits should be cast iron Public Sale I will sell at public Auction to the highest bnlderVon TU i Aril Q l at 2 oclock p in the storehouse and lot belonging to the estate of R X White located on the south side of Main street in Richmond Ky between the buildings occupied by the State Bank fc Trust Co and the Rich mond National Bank rite sale will take place ior front of the property and willbAR BURNAM 2ri 1EsecuterOIE X WhiJe ii kr l V THREE CHICAGO DOCTORS Failed to Do for Miss Mifoello L LaMonto What Was Accom plished by lydia E Plnkkfl1S Vegetable Compound II Than MBS PUTKHAM I was In awful state for nearly threo years- h a complication of female troubles ich three called by different names bnt tho pains were all tho same I dreaded time of my UADELLR L LAtOTL- onthly periods for it metnt a couple days in bed in awful agony I final made up my mind that good ctors were guessing and hearing om different Bach good re of E PmnkbamS Vegetable Compound I tried that I- ess the day I for it was the dawning of a new life for me I used ve bottles before I was cured but hen they were taken I was a well rwoman once more Your Compound is certainly Vonderful Several of my iends have used it since und nothing the best do I ever hear from it- sseYours1u MABEILE L LAMOHTB 222 E Slat St Chicago 11lsooo forfeit If about testimonial It not QJflUfl If Lydia E Pinlchams Vege table Compound could cure Miss LaMontewhy not you Try it and see for yourself Sirs Plnkbam advises sick Women free Address Lynn Mass There is a vast deal of difference be ween a clearing house and a ultra tion plant Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large und and more modern business house to take the place of the ono re cently destroyed by fire and are now to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves antI customers all the ggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison and adjoining coun ties always paying the highest CASH market prices We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your pro duct and we will convince you that wo propose to lead in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Near L X Depot SPjnnly RICHMOND KY louisie Atlantis MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersaillesLawrenceburir Shel cm 230PmandFor Irrine ll51am For Millers Creek j 300 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND rosi Louisville Lexington and j 1151am Cincinnati 82Cpm Prom Irvine 220 pm From Millers Crelkm 830 am C M BROWNINO Gen Mgr cJi CHEAP RATE OF One Cent Per Mile T- O1aaS 1taS April J 8 to 20 ot BY Illinois Central Good to return until April orby extension to May 15 Account of Annual Uounion United Confederate Veterans Sons of Veterans ++ +4 Liberal stopover privileges including op portnnitv to visit srene of famous siege and New National Park site at Viclsbarp Cheap side trips from Dallas to Texas and Oklahoma points Double daily fast service via Memphis or Vicksburg and Shreveport with close connections SpecIal Through Train from Louisville for Kentucky delegates and their friends RHFOWLER- TravPassAgtCC1tn Louisville Ky SPECIAL NOTICE Confederate Veterans and friends can get full information by calling on Dr J M Poyntz GOvvfast j LOWEST RATES EVER IN EFFECT To All Important Roints In California VJashington UtahregonWyomirg Morlianaa- n4 all other Western States via CH CO J One way tickets sold daily until April 30 via All REGULAR ROUTES Roung trip ticket to special points sold on NIarch 18 April 1a td15 Apply to railway agent j or address- D G EDWARDS P T M r incillt ali tJth As ood a Plow As Mony an Buy Qe- ++ + ++++ + + + ++ ++ 44 ++ 44+ 4 Standards warranted for lifel1 tNo other Plow made gives such a guarantee Ia 4t4 +++ + +++ + + ++ +j t We have a full line of Disc Harrows and Cultiva v tors such as Jenny Lynn New Departure and l1 s pricefromJA lineWeJ4 reasonable price f 0 IThe Davenport Wirelss S Checkrow Corn Planter A tIsone four Specialties This is something new andevery farmer shouldexamine it before buying a Planter J tJ Our line of Collars Pads Back 4 bands Trace Chains Hamestrings etc is complete We will give you etS a LoW Price on these goods We A1 handle theJMajestic Range Also Born Steel Range You will find these W goods the Best on the market Tin Roofing donebywork Respectfully yours w Arbuckle a Simmons Pittsburg Central Stock far Pittsburg Pa R R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers tttt rearrangedItBest distributing point East of the Mississippi for Baltimore Was g marketsGood all other kil- of stock- ConsIgnments for Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon CXDonnell Genl M ISdeoly r A Free Picture of Gen Lee DallsAprilforTrainingand address of the Camp to which he belongs f it- Tocr xnton best route to Dallas will be Tla Memphis Tho 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