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Fi n LTHE RICHMOND j CLIMAX 1fOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 9 1902 NUMBER 46 It Winter is fkotT Over Vet 717r7 k 7 AND WE HAVE ON HAND One Moors Air Tight Heater One Radiant Home Air Tight 1ET And about Six 6 Plain Stoves that we will sell at 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 t t J t t oJ Jt Oliver Chilled lie 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 GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE as we have always done D IL SIIACKELFORD CO Main Street oJoJ RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWE splendidassortment of 1 FURNITURE I which is more extensive now than ever Kvery line is cristling with Holiday selections To properly celebrate tho season YOU will probably desire somo new piere We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron JJeds full stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains over ifloredRockersany style you may wish Couchesv try latest desigi See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rug + 4 + + ++ + + + ++++++ + i JP S JOrLIW i 220222 W Main Street + +4 + + + + + Undertaking a SpecialtyO W Evans Jr and Director H HOMESIIoa AN OPPORTUNITY II TO GET A GOOD HOME CHEAP I Hound Stone Land Company have determined to offer for the next i iMvs desirable Jiomes of ten acres and up at the low pjice ur horn 300 TO 1000 PER ACRE Acres of land on tim KentuckyCOInPlln owns owjr Thr e Thousandf iviitf ihe Louisville Nashville Kailrond on the waters of Round Ctpimr Creek In Kockeastle county Ky iiml are now platting aud- I ihnhaniH iniu town and desirable farms and putting both lots and figures Mfthhi this reatil of anyone desirius u home or a business or hit groin little town on tJ1A L N itsari beinu laid Iff in eouwayn rer is aireadv erriMd in onwny two liirpe general mercantile ores d PnWk ScJ IIIJ bnldinn ec Conwiy is hunted in a beautiful nl lit tive mitt I1l1huf Hereu Cllle eon of the largest educational insti S lie Soil ii Iud those wllulnJr their tbiIdEeII to get edo lIld Ill tlcin latent thlt Loiiete iroin home on lIersebnck or vehicle vpllof Jithia water Persons coming TII omvny wn ted for its Hi killIIr 1iU lile trouble realize almost uifctant relief II II1iIreiiLfir 001 ill mostly very feitile Will raife rorn or any ol NPHI itisil j4 tllwlnly utniitel to a high grade or toharco and is very tine r it read msrkeylor ties hub tlmher and OJIII lallli At onwsv ire It md there is on a Jrlllt portion of tlf for sale enough tim nrktlu for IltRilUit In tnllUY 1m ser payfor the lent HP laid offered for Kiln in not mor tlinn otto nod nftlIalf mile from railS r II station Vim land nod IOH will be sold for one third cash Rnd reblue- r d in fle anti two ltn lejrillg Ilx r put per tflflUIll No security ieJiuta lien on Ido land Any further JIlfutl11atfon desirni will be gladLy r isl1dbrthe Round Stone Land Company Apr21f RICHMOND KY Or this Office I WANT YOUR WALL PAPER Orders and as I have not bad the pleasure of showing you my 1902 nmpleP of WALL PAPER and Room Mouldings Every body that has yet seen them pro nouuce them k 1np Far Superior to Any They have ever seen If you an doiiiR any Decorating tsisspringXcan not only show the greatest variety of good gJ ryou ever but can v I show are shown he thatrhe ana Tapers yOUc ually SAVE YOU MONEY Chicago t K Wall Pnper Co In their immense stores in St thisline ogoods- A Let me know when I may clal atjou residence and ohow you postal card vlll bring them to your door R1i3wa Mammoth Cave Controversy Will be Settled in June Thequestion as to who will be manager of the Mammoth Cave property will be settled finally in June If a decision favorable to a majority of the trustees who want W Scott Miller of Louisville to man age the property is not secured in the Edmouson coun ty Circuit Court they will carry the case to the Federal Court and then to the United States Supreme Court A suit of a different character from any yet brought in the litigation has been filed in the Edmonson CircuitCourt- by Maj A S Nicholson of Washington Judge W E Wyatt of New York and Col Augustus Rogers of Califor nia who constitute a majority of the trustees In their pe tition they say in substance that there are but four trus tees of the cave and that they want the court to force Mr Jessup Blair the fourth and dissenting member to yote with them in selecting a man ager to succeed Mr H C Ganter They recite that Mr Blair being in the mi nority should not be allowed to restrain them from acting for what they believe to be the best interest of the property Finally if Mr Blair cannot be made to join with the other trustees they pray the court to appoint another member of the board to act in his stead It is believed that this suit has been drawn in such a tangible way that the case will be settled in the Circuit CourtMr Charles H Shild is the attorney for the trustees whoa e in the majority and it is said that his clients have au thorized him to carry the case through every court in the laud if that is necessary to secure a final adjudication of the controversy Mr Blair has been adv r tising the cave for rent and it is understood will fight the other three trustees to a fintshGlasgow Times A Sheep Skin Deed In surveying the John Champion farm a few days ago Mr Isaac Hendren had occasion to look over some old deeds in possession of J M Champion and among them found one written in 1783 The old document was writ ten on sheep skin and it bore the signature of Patrick Hen ry who was then Governor of the State of Virginia The land conveyed was 640 acres to Archibald Gordon in what is now knownas Shaker Bend but what Vas at that time a part of the State of Virginia and a part of Lincoln county The parchment is still in a perfect state of preservation and might be procured as a souvenir fOI a library or his torical association It is now the property of Mr John Champion of Pleasant Hill KyHarrodsburg Democrat =n I Ho for Dallas E UVC0 I Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 2jth CENT A MILE t i Finest trains in the South THROUGH TO DALLAS without change on Spe cial Confederate Veterans Trains from Chattanooga and intermediate points IShoul enough business materialize trough service o Dallas wril also be run from Kentucky and Tennessee points StopOers en route are alloweoVon Q C tickets Choice of routes via New Orleans or via Shreveport i Ask Ticket Agents Qottn fj Crescent Route about rates and schedules Free nips and books sent tor the psklnf- CW ZILL oT WirT F IKWOTON JCCoNNC ACUATVAMOOuAT mCIMAN T r An IKMINOMAM WJMUnrMT WC BINtAMON otnt MANAami ENL PAC INCINiATI k It 1 Car Load of Misetyi A special to the Chronicle from Omaha says A car of insane soldiers passed through the union station today They were eighteen in number and are sent from the Philippines to the Soldiers Hospital in Washington Every one of the eighteen is violently and incurably insane Their wild haggard faces peering men acingly through the coach windows their manacled hands wildly threatened the onlookers and their fiendish shrieks andlaughter echoed through the depot The maniacs were in charge of a squad of soldiers armed with clubs The guard said in reply to questions that a consignment of a score or two of maniacs from the Philippines was by no means unusual The affliction is due either to the heat and unheal thy climate of the Philippines or to the indulgence in the Philipino vino and other liquorssold there The malady is of a violent and persistent nature and will not respond to any treat ment that has yet been discovered As the Union Pacific train from the West pulled into the station this afternoon there was a sound as of a menagerie approaching The imprisoned men were chattering snar ling moaning and whining like wild beasts and the noise was terrifying to the specta torsDepot employes and trainmen who passed the car not knowing of the presence of the maniacs were greatly frightened when they heard a snarl of rage and then looked up into fiendish faces which had their lips drawn backand teeth exposed One unwit ting man fainted from horror and fright and was compelled to receive medical aid The condition of the mani acs was pitiable in extreme All were absolutely mad and violent Every one of them wore log irons and handcuffs and some of them were in straight jackets and bound to their seats in the car Most of them are young men Hogs and Things It is reported that several of the large railroad compan ies have issued orders to em ployes to allow no passenger to remove his shoes in the coaches This is a mighty good idea and we hope all roads will see that this abom inable nuisance is stopped On nearly every train some hog will come in yank off his brogans and stick his filthy feet on the back of the seat in front It matter not how many ladies there are in the coach these hogs will keep the loudsmelling clod mashers stuck up in full view and often times protruding across the aisle Such cattle should be put in the baggage car or if a stock car could be hauled for them it would be much better One may talk of Kentucky chivalry but the men in this State do more rude acts like this than in any State we have ever traveled throughCentralRecordAn The sword of Bushwhack er Johnston a true story of the civil war has been written by the noted bushwhack erpreacher Rev Minis E Johnston now living on his plantation in Marshall county Ala It abounds in thrilling situations and hairbreadth escapes and is particularly devoted to Horne Guard Reds and Home Made Yanks It will be published as a serial bytheGuntersville Democrat and the eighty thousand words will be concluded within a year Send one dollar to The Democrat Guntersville Alaand read of the daring raids and nar ro escapes of Bushwhack er Johnston and his men The will this month Exeohfederates or ministers may earn a free copy by sending a club of four subscribers and four dollars The girl jvbjj trays jccitemont should marry aiaaatolrc6rmbim i fJil for the Children Give them oilcodliver oil Its curious to see the result Give it to the peevish fret ful child and he laughs Give it to the pale anremic child and his face becomes rosy and full of health Take a flat chested child or a child that has stopped growing give him the oil and he will grow big andstrong like the rest This is not a new scheme It has been done for years Ofcourse you must use the right oil Scotts Emulsion is the one- Scotts Emulsion neither looks nor tastes like oil because we are so careful in making it pleasant to take I Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 40 Pearl St N V Soc aDd jooj al druggist SERVED On the Staff of Kossuth Col Joseph A Lubiner is dead at Sterling Ill In 1849 he served on the staff of Kos suth with the rank of Colo nelwas taken prisoner by the Russians and sentenced to twentyfive years service in the Russian army being for some time stationed at Moscow and afterward de tailed as imperial guard to Czar Nicholas Aided by friends and disguised as a peasant he escaped to Brus sels and afterward to Ham burg and Liverpool At the latter place he rejoined Gen Kossuth and came with him to America In 1852 he went to California and served for two years as a member of the Pioneer Guards and as Cap bin of the Vigilance Commit tee which restored law and order Jn 1856 he located in Sterling where he had since resided A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Iteinetly when my son wad suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my i ocu lar physician who stands high in hIs profession After administering three doses of it mv son regained conscious ness and recovered entirely within MaryHallerRemedy is for sale hv Stockton Ha Jan 1w Indorsedno Property Found A few days ago Harmon Self an N and W operator at Wilsondale W Va sent one of his friends here to pro cure a marriage license to wed a girl of his neighbor hood When his friend ar rived he was met by a tele gram saying she had changed her mind and had gone off to marry one she loved better Self however proceeded to Wayne where he married Miss Josie Newman Sever al years ago a man procured a marriage license here and when he went to execute the document his intended had departed He returned the license to the Clerk indorsed No Property Found which is now a matter of record in this county Ashland Daily Independent Youngsters Idea of a Cow The Uniontown Telegraph prints the following composi tion on The Cow submitted by a local pupil The cow is an animal with four legs on the outside the tail is longer than i the two legs but not used to stand on The cow kills flies with her tail The cow is bigger than her calf but not so big as an elephant She is made so small she can go in the barn when no one is looking Some cows are black and some hook Black cows give white milk so do other cows Milkmen sell milk to buy their wives dresses which they putchalk and water in Cows chew cuds and each one finds his own chews And thats all there is about cow Claim Disproved A Boone county editor who claimed to be an authority on grippe told his readers that so long as they kept their feet dry they would not have the disease The next day he got a communication from a subscriber claiming that he had two wooden legs and yet he bad suffered from the grippe for v successivei years pti 7 A Great Revival A special from Vanceburg says The Rev Mr Thacker and other representatives of a pe culiar sect are holding a revi val here They have no creed anddo not ask the convert to unite with any particular church One of their popular songs is as follows If you want to see the devil run shoot him in the back with a gospel gun if you want to see the devil trot shoot him in the back with a gospel shot They claim that their religion is Holy Ghost religion and if the sinner will come to the altar he will be wonderfully blessed if he comes penitently praying Their service is begun by singing and prayer and then a short sermon by Mr Thacker or some lesser light At the close every body is requested to unite in praying aloud and hundreds of voices can be heard in a confusion of sounds Some will continue praying some singing others crying and shouting at the highest pitch of their voices and some will dance a peculiar dance Some are seized with the shakes 01 jerks which will last for hours Others are stricken prostrate on the floor Their bodies become cold and rigid and for hours they lie in an apparently unconscious or hypnotic state One young woman while under the peculiar influence had to be hauled home early last week and has since been un der a physicians care One young mans faith was so great that he attempted to walk across the water of Ken neconnick creek only to re ceive a cold bath It was an nounced that he wouldwalk across the Ohio river and long before the hour set hun dreds of people had congrega ted on the wharf to witness the spectacle but the young man did not appear Late Literary News What women like in men What men Like in Women and Husbands and Wives are the titles of a series of very interesting papers by Rafford Pike the third of which appears in The Cos mopolitan for April The same number of The Cosmo politan treats of Prince Hen rys visit with a series of beautifully printed photo graphs under the title of A Clever Emperor and a Confederation of Nations F Hopkinson Smith Israel Zangwill Bret Harte and Maarten Maartens are among the other contributors to this number which is unusually good in fiction- Representative James M Griggs of Georgia was unani mously selected as the chair man of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Commit the Louis Nixon of New York will probably be Chair man of the Committe on Finance When a mans breath smells of cloves his conversation is not necessarily spicyMOTHERHOOD The greatest ambition of Amer- Ican men and women is to have homes blessed with children The woman afflicted with female din ease is constantly menaced with becoming childless wife JJl medicine can restore dead organs but Wino of Cardui dot regulate derangements that prevent conception docs proven miscarriage does restore weal functions anti shattered nerve and does bring babies to home yearsWinehealth and strength to bear heal thy children You can get 3 dollar tottlo of Wine ot Cardui from your deal- erWINEOFCARDU1 113 Market Street Memphis Tenn April MlMli In F Hook one bottlo of ofThedfordsmarried fifteen years and had neve glTen birth to a child tmtll ItookW1a aflnbabyTim baby weighs fourteen pounds and I ZooiNowbo without VIne of Oanlniinmrhonta spin JIrgJW4C8MITH For WITka and literature Mreis- Pyruptoms afT e Tbe 1ieIi14CoogCbMt aoosa I Do You KnovI IThat Doggies and are 5 to Carrlil now than they were weeks ago We itlll have selection on our floor You save money by buying nowand ill I V W v- Lw75v2W I 4 y Uc fk I The Inclemency faof the Weather materials Carriage Iris 4r7I757I JF 2 Caused great many of our LadyJ t friends to not get out during ourtJ l OpeNINOjJ I Ii tJ fif it And in order to disappoint them J t Iwe have kept a great many of the f tJ 7fiiISuits Walking Skirts and Silk J Ij r1 I Skirts over and they can be seen at our JfoStore tune during the oJ J e Ia w tJ 1T e Next 20 Days ill 7i il1 t l t IVe guarantee perfect fits in all garments sold J Ltj 1h Agreatmanybeautifulsuits and skirts Q are being shown In this line to fJj r see our new silks new wash fabrics 1 IC i embroideries wash piques tsII linens novelties in dress goodsJ rl 4andtrimmings 1 TI Just received a new lot of JtJ 7dI J 7f 1 xcac = Sa = eOTSetS J 7 In all the new leading shapes and gir j jiiitf t dies Get our prIces on carpets and mattings Very VJ I J l r W D OLDHAM 8c CO tJ 71 tfl I V I C O k t i fl M 7 fJ 1 7 4A PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOENSYS RV MILLER ArronNTATLAW RICHMOND KKSTCCKT Office the Burnam Building next door to ann rs National Bank feb3ly ScrLLJT AJA ATToRNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court Main Street J 0 iiif OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen uitsgroeeryw AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY SSTOflice over Taylor Rros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORi AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law omce over Perry Thomas drug stale 2HTSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the oe Ccilini building it andso Sec end Street over ATnue old drugstore 17 CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY tTFG Pint Graduate Ontario Veternuify vtnttye Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty 33O flee at my stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence ths Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SOKQXON RICHMOND KENTUCKY STOGEIiT Dr eTT oDsiT DENrIST or LOUISVILLE KY XTOffice next door to Government Building aichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 novflly Harry M Blanton DENTIST jOOffice In Bennett UulldlDg llany TELEPUpNElOC t1 f DR LANDMAN n tel Glyntlon- WeJeesday April 9 IOO2 4 Lf 0 4 o lose nothing in style and ity Vehicles ot alt quatIcost more another prices of are going up Kj John Donelson Prop 2 a M not any ut Ask respectfully i1- k House on DENTAL iL ili Interest You t y housejjf= 0callg Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New necosWofflN V c Stoves and other kitchen furniture Our line of Hardware is second to none in Kentucky carryg0X you will call and get our prices before plao 1ingorders for anything in this line We arE Vfl agents for the celebrated Studebaker 3s Wagon which is the finest and most 1durable wagon on the market We make a MrSWtucky having charge of this department Call 9 and let us quote you prices and we will make fi of you an everlastingfriend and customer 7 1 TAYLOR = BROS STOPPOOAoo 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 EST Goods the Best weights always correct Our business is to supply the table with EVERYTHING that is required So if you expect your meals to be firstclass it will pay you to call and examine our line before purchasing elsewhere We 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 1i will be promptly and correctly filled Give us a trial order and we will have an opportunity to prove what we claim Powell BrosMcKeeBldg E Main RICHMOND KY 1 DEAL AT eo Hurst Bros IIDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in jfi oJ Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others Our Shoe LINE is complete and larger than ever before We also handle Hats Caps Over mum ails Groceries Queensware Meats Veg tables I1nwareof all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of fv- v GENERAL MERCHANDISE of all kinds We can save you money RRemembdir we still lstampsIWheqPUl 1 u t T ii IIIiTJTIITITT T i J I lie Richmond Climax C CHBNAULT President tAA D MILLER Manager KOBTSOltOWE Editor WEDNESDAY APR 0 1902 PUkI4HnDVrRYWKflNSDAYBYThG Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE U a candidate fw Circuit Ceurl Clerk sc Hct to the acton of Un Democratic party = 2IKMoiiAYic oinditlntea for county onVi8 lire aunoiittciiiK dully It is Bdd tliat ttirt Ire Ireatly four candi dates for Sheriff and niwe for Jailer Pretty long time to make a campaign Init it is said tint the early Wrl catch es the worm The Circuit Clerks rice iswarinftig up with two announced candidates and several more pippin rihenwill it end1Plnta Kraph Owing to the fact that he was recent ly buried under an unprecedented ma jority of nearly sis hundred in the county it seenisto us that unreeteiined r ntcunwrapj need nut fret over the 1111 cJIJ t DESIKTNR to rcaI out stovepipe n LouiMlie jtnror Hileil the tove with oil powder and coal dust an then ap pieI tine torch The SHV R Corjs loumt tilt lids in tio upper rooms and tItt ret of the furniture on the adjoining preuiisee The janitor has not bifI1l4I Tbe Pofmlitts and SU ie other sinaI ter pni met in convention in Louis vIleIsI week The principal busi HIM trausaetedwanduptiiigthie name ef The Allied IWpteB Party Jersey Cew Waatd I Jre to pnrcbabt three or four in Jeney cows frutii in May or June WuHt only flrstclass milkers Address W It THOMAS aprS Imo Irvine K- yFhLt1 auto The PrandeMnifti dub will beonter tIIiwed at the home of Mr S Neville aiobertey on Friday evftnin next Dinoer at 7 oelock Gluts for the evening Messrs J Sion Walker Junes It McCreary Dr M Dunn Mr VS Huin T J Smith oiibjfct to WIt will be tue intttble tfiectfi of Ctci ItKles Will1 OK Gowt rh r Prln f rjrqitIIt ti li Uaug v Jude cut illresp lion It II Crooke IB presid lug The grand jury was empanelled Monday and is as fullows J D Uykn Toiviuan J W Ballard C F Parke JOlts W Prri h B IC nUll can R W Ikwlwaii Jake Haekett if C BieprirtiiU Silft Portwood Ike ItevU VIl Bolton J J Ewbry Aleut Tbe picture of General Robert K Lee advprtiaed in the CLIMAX by the Louu Southwestern Railway Co is one ot the liandsomeat souvenirs we have een fur WililY years The like ni w Is printed on high grade paper lUId is in a Btniidng positkni beneAth whIch K printed his farewell address Any veU rjn who contemplates MteodinK the Itenuiou at Dnllae Aprii 22 to i will receive one of these haudaome pictures which are suits tore for framing if will send his uantfl and athlree to the camp which lie belongs See ad Miseinent elsewhere Gas HeOuciwn AbOUt one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It iuia been encouraged by increased patronage iu both during the present year that it has dutermined to allow- disconntot25cpern 1000 feet oil lila miwUine teas furnished on and after Uur lUlU tliereby reducing the net price ofMe from 200 to S175 Ilir Jtut notice is especially given tbai this discount on gsa will not be allowed to any ersou who fails to pay hU gss bill on or before the 10 of each month at the olitce ur who is indebted to the company for wRier All delin quent uenons will be required to pay the pretit rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully IticiiMoND WATER A LIGHT Co Nov 27 1JOl dec 4 tf C FIBIOVeFCOIILEXINGTON1 Eastertide Offerings in Wall Paper ifJt tgg1gOJi Earlier this season than usual but we cant afford to wait on the weather or the almanac and ve have prepared a broad beauti ful exhibition of exquisite Our outlet has 4made possible the best buying we have ever J doneJ j4 Best as to Assortment stBest as to Prices II litc i So that we are in position to serve 3ou better this season than ever before t Remember from 5cto5c Ithis C1F1BrovierCo1 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY- upt11y i NEVER ARRIVED An Adcr Wj Saenly Disappeared Supposed to IUre Come to This city A Iebaupn N Y special to Thurs saysGuy Chicago prominentfamilyand his fiancee Miss Etta May Wiun daughter of a Salem Mass business man is nearly prostrated Their mar riage had been arranged and invita tIous were out when Durrell sent word that hs father was dying in Chicago and he must go at once Since then nothing has been heard from him Saturday Miss Vinn beard that he had bought a ticket for mid started to Richmond Ky She at once pot that place on long distance telephone and gave his description to all hotels the telegraph otlice and postoffice hut no one lied been him The CLIMAX was asked to look out for the mining titan and with the help of the local officers the pearch was kept tip for two days but nothing was ever heard of him He evidently changed his mind and went some other way It is not likely that Durrell could havo been bete long without our officers knowing it For Rent Four morns to rant cheap Well lo Icated Apply to Thurinan lirocerv Co U TO OITPE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Hrnmo Quinine Tablets All druggists lofuiul the money if it signatureisWANTED Reliable man fur Manager of Branch Office we wish to open in this vicinity Here is a good opening for the right mall Kindly give goodreference when writing The A T MORRIS VIIOLRALE House Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue cents stamps nichS Gt The production of Quo Vadis at New Opera House Wednesday April 9 will be as elaborate and realistic as is possible to be seen on any stags in Kentucky and insomuch as this show will bring the opera season to a close we anticipate a large and representa tire audience Prices 25 35 50 75 and Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on the lo g 0 J B Orner Franklin drove III which defied doctors ami all remedies for four years Then UmklenV Arnica Salve cured him J mist as good fur IInlln Ixirns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds SKin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Perry A Thomas drug More 1m At Work on New BnHJings Mr J A Crapsey the well known architect of Ciiniiinxti was in the city nn business several days lust week He is engaged in making the plans Hlifl fxitmatPS nn vote or tnn hand OIiIe buildings wriKli will Ite erttrted during the summer Mr Cnipsey has done a great deal of work for Richmond recently time most important of which was drawing the plans for time work on the Court House- Timentregoers will be transported back to the days of togas and tyrants next Wednesday night April Dili when E J Carpenters great production of Quo Vadis will be presented This drama bus met with unqualified ap proval from clergy press and public and tells the story of the Dawn of Christianity in a beautiful and revei ent manner The many widely differ cut characters in the play makes the dramatic interest exceptionally strong while the scenic surroundings are of unparalleled magnificence The finest oats ever giown in Ky that yields more and two weeks ear lier than army other and better adopted to this soil and climate is handled ex clusively by W H Lillard Danville FW reference inquire of J S Collins J W Smith Richmond W S Row mail Bright Fox Danville 11Dunn Lancaster George Robertson Marcollus Ky 80 cents per bushels on board cars at Danville Sacks extra Sample of oats at this otlice 3t A Richmond Man at the Head Of it The South Western railway com pany of Pike county filed articles of incorporation in the olllce of the Sac rotary of State last week The road extendingfromThe chief incorporator is Mr It Tate Irvine formerly of this city but now or Big Stone Va The Soutb Western Compaiiy is backed by the Seaboard Airline The latter has no coal on its system and is trying to render itself independent of the C 0 null Norfolk Western on which it suppliesThetimber section which has never been touched Quo Vadis The Romans lived much in the open air and every house had its airy court where fountains played and flowers and shrubs grew in profusion An op portnnitv of seeing the exact arrangements of a Roman Villa will bo given theatregoers next Wednesday night April 9th when E J Carpenter pre QuoVadisductions from famous paintings while perfectBritish Museum The story of time play is adapted from Henry novel Quo Vad is and follows the book closely It has been the hit ot time season and proInctionsA New Railroad A charter has been filed at Knox ville for time incorporation of the Knox yule Lafotlotte and Harriman railroad capitalized 1000000 It will extend from Knoxville to Jellico and is lie signed to connect the Atlanta Knox villo and Northern and the Louisville and Nashville between Knoxville and Jellico a distance of about sixtyfive miles The hew road will give the Louisville and Xaehville a direct line from Cin cinnati to Atlanta and the far South It will make our branch of the L N a through line thereby greatly increas markinIanother Low Rates to Louisville Account of National Convention Peoples Party at Louisville Aprils Louisville Atlantic will sell tickets to that paint March 30 31 and April with final limit April 4 at rate of one fare for the round trip C M BEOWNIXO mch20 tf General Manager Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure dearness remediesDeafuenlcondition of the mucous hiningof time Enstacbiiin Tube When this tube geta orimporfeettirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out a ml thus tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will he de stroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by catarrh which Is noth- Ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Dollarsfornnycatarih that cannpt be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold bj druggists 76c Hall Family Pills are the brat slof I Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is so much needed as in the Spring The blood is impure weak and impoverished a condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on tho faco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make the blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation and euro all eruptions Have the whole family begin to take them today Hoods Sarsaparilla has been used In our family for some time and always with good results Last spring I was all run down and got a bottle of It and as usual received great benefit Miss BECLAH BOTCE Stow Vt Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promlso While Wise IDucUirs are studying the bacillus ofroiisninp tin thoughtful laymen realizs that a bad cold accompanied by coughing sore throat and tightness across lime chest is too feriwiis a matter for delay or experiment They also realize that A liens Lung Balsam cures a common cold in a day or two Obstinate cases take more time of con re If the phoenix of common sense rises from the ashes of n fouls money the conflagration hiu not been in vain Mtrelj a Reminder Bear iu mind that Perry Davis Painkiller is just as good for internal as for external troubles It will stop the agonizing cramps in the bbwcls which lollows exposure to cold and wet when taken internally and will cure strains sprains and bruises when applied exter nally It should he administered warm water slightly sweetened There- is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Ask a girl for a corkscrew and if she brings you a gimlet her market value is away above par Doctors Bad Plight Two ears ago as a result of a se vere cold I lost my voice writes Dr M L tcarbrouge of Hebron Ohio then began an obstinate cough Every remedy Known to lime as a practicing physician for 35 years failed and I dai ly grow worse Being urged to try Dr Consumptionrelief and for last ten pays have jolt better tha for two years Positively guaranteed for Throat and Lung troubles by Perry Thomas druggist SOc arid 00 Trial bottles free 1in The doctors son may follow in hit fathers footsteps by becoming an un dertaker 7f4This signature is on every box of tho Genuine Laxative Brorno Quiniue Tawcu- tijs remedy that cnrps n cold Jn ono day The more you flutter some people the moro they rise in their own estimation Life Guards Time Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of the British household troops TheYltre gallant soldiers and every British heart KinRshlluslholtlsould have its life guards The nets 01 them is especially great greatest foes of life disease find allieII very elements as colds influenza citarrhthegrip and pneumonia do in time stormy month of Marsh The heM way that we know of to guard against these diseases is to strengthen the sys tern with Hoods Sariaparilla the greatest of all life guards It removes the comlitiona in which these diseases make their most successful attack rives vigor and tone to all the vital or gamma anti functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Itemem ber the weaker the system tho greater the exposure todisease Hoods tar saparilla makes the systejn strong 1m Fortune smiles on some people but to the majority she gives the laugh Stops tho Cough and Works o the Cofd Laxative Bromo Qtinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents It is well to profit by our mistakes but it is better not to make any Tetter SaltKheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad ascs have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr ilys Condition Powders are jnst what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are Hot food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition PriM 25 ents per package It isnt the stage that needs eleva ting ite the public tares Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free SRJSIface and shoulders were one mass of jointsburningrun down and discouraged but Botan ic Blood Balm cured me perfectly healed all time sores and gave my skin time rich glow of health Blood Balm put new into my blood and new ambition into my brain ieo A Williams Roxbnry face covered with pimples chronic sore on hack of head supperatini swelling on neck eating ulcer on log bone pains itching skin cured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs nid scales pimples running sore carbuncles scrofula etc Especially advised fur all obstinate cases that mare reached the second or third stage Druggists SI To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe troLl ble and free medical advice sert in sealed letter 1m When some people stands on their dignity it wabbles The English Society for the Pre vention of Consumption presided over hy the Prince of Wales was recently addressed by Sir William Broad definitelyknownbegan with a ermcomtnllllicalellrom some other cae is no such timing as inherited consumption There may be local weakness which tends to consumption but the germ has abso spotbeforeought to comfort thousands of people weaklnngstims of this dread disease All that is thisdeadlyscourgpiaen tbe weak lungs and build up a needIscal Discovery It so purifies the blood thatdiseasegans are nourished into perfect health which defies germs of every kind Pee ple given up by doctors emaciated withobltillatelingerin ery day by the use of Golden Medical Discovery It is a sttlctly temper ance medicine containing no alcohol whisky or other intoxicant The game of society is to make a somebody out of nobody The moat accomplished pievancntorl aiit lie out o eatenonfour r c Wields a Sharp Ax Million marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr ICings New Life Pills the most distressing too Stomach Liver ami ftowel tronb sDyspepsia Loss of AppetitevJanndice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25oat Perry Thomas drug store 1m Few people are so greedy as to take both sides of an argument One Box Cures Eczema I had a very severe case of eczema and tried several remedies given me by diflerent druggists hut they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eynimin rec ommended yqur Remlcks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease n Oscar Scliillinp Warsaw Illinois For sale by B L Atiddletnn 5luuely Most men are too clumsy to fall in love gracefully Ordinance Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Ky that J W Prather Mrs S n White B McCunn T J Scott and Jail B JlcCreary owners of the oruperty on the south side of Ir vine street between Second and Third streets in Richmond Ky be and are hereby required at their own expense mid under the direction of the Street Committee of Richmond Ky to put in curbing and construct a brick pave ment In front of property DAVID It 1 avis Mayor- A C WELLS City Clerk April 3 1902 Be it ordained by the City Council ot Richmond Ky that Mrs W F Fran cis Stiller heirs Samuel Rice Lizzie Clay D II Myers Jerry Turner Rich mond Water Light Company J W Karing drain Mill Company and L S Collins owners of property on the north tide of East Maui street between ql IUldhE streets in Richmond Ky be and are hereby required at their own expense and under the di rection of the Street Committee of Richmond Ky to put in curbing and construct a brick pavement in front of their said property DAVID It TEVIS Mayor- A C WELLS City Clerk April 3 1902 SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 226 34 SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of J 70 in the 230 list 1st dam Resonant dam of 3 in the 230 list by Piedmont 217j 2nd dam Beautiful Bells dam of 10 in the 230 list by The Moor 3rd dam HinneHana dam of S in the 230 list hy Bold Chief 4th dam Nellie Gay by C Jf Clay INFACT is a bay horse 153 hands high His owner Mr C W Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trotting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one hundred and seventy in the 230 list stir passing all other stallions and INFACTS first three dams have twentyone in the 280 list something that cannot be said of any other horse INFACT has style action size and breedinir what wtuldthe breeder hreedlnjrIsa saddle horse man anti want sonic thing fine with lots of action INTACT possesses both Nearly all of the high class high acting horses that sell for big prices in Madison Square Garden are trotting bred which is absolutely necessary in order for them to havp action and speed Wiil make the season of 1902 at 25 to insure a living colt B H Neale Oap2m Season of 1902 Rex ANo 1416 Vol 4 His Sire Rex McDonald was the lar gest winner of saddle premiums in America t ELK GARDEN FARM TERMS 20 FOR A LIVE COLT IT PAYS TO BREED TO THE BEST 4+ REX A Foaled 1899 beautiful black 16 hands high a model In form and limbs and feet with aU a grand individual He traces to more fancy blood than any young stallion on recordwhich his breeding wilt snow I have had nine colts from his dam and have shown allot them and never had one misplaced his dam has ever ben defeated in the show and haa 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 Hex McDonald at three years old proved bis title to the cham pionship by capturing the premium over illages at the great St Luis Fair among his nioehonorsliving saddle6000Instake and two other first premiums at the Mex- Ico Mo Fair at St LouU Mo he won the firsttnIn iRIS he won first in sweepstake first In regular rings once first at Paris second once and at Winchester first once second once In he won the sno sweepstake at Kansas City Mo and at St Louis be won the 1250 saddle premium and regular saddle premium and the premium at the St Louis Horse Show Iu 1996 he won the 800 sweepstake saddle premIum combIned and premturnsaddleatalllonster now than ever before weighs use pounds KansasCityregular stallion premium first at Liberty Mo SpringfieldLouts Horse Show Last November he won thefinestREX A By The Great Rex McDonald 833 CeroCordasired but one colt for me She was shown at aI alwaysoregeldIngREX A RichardBy thedamdam Florence Terms20 For a Living Colt moneysmi orbredrenderedbyStares kept at ten cents a dsy on grass mitesfromsee him M F Arbuckle spr34tSilverCreek Ky There is quite a durelucelieteu the bank teller the fortune td- lerL4 DO YOU WANT To sell your REA I ESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may Tie able to help you Address Jlf N Locjc Box 475 Charleston W Va 12decly flyfishermanThe Great Dismal Swamp Of Virginia is a breeding groundof Malaria jerm So is low wetor marshy ground everywhere Jlhese germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and muscles arid may in luce dangerous maladies Hut Bloc trie Bitters never full to destroy them and euro malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stow ach and Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byesville 0 hut nev er found anvthlng as good KB Einrtrli BiiterK Try them Onv GOr Pcrr Thomas druggists guarantee satis faction 1m Its time woman that is never rendy whosn words entry wait Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estalo of Miss Sudle Kujsell are requested to file same properly verified on or before April or same will be barred Those indebted to the estate are requested to call at once and settle 2t D E TEVIS Administrator UCSTERS PiLLS I 0to SC etr O0O Sll68li tllt Safe Alnars reliable Ladruk I Trnggist rat liilnvriirji ENGLISh In Red antf Gold metallic boxes sealed with blue ribbon Tnkp nn other ICrfuke dangerous ub tliDllnn and imitation Bayof yourJJrureirt or send 4c In stamps for Particular Trail iiiaiiinln end ttcllcf for Ladle n later by Mail 1OOOO Testimonials Sold by all Uruptfita CIIICBESTKR CHEMICAL CO MOO JIadlaon ttqunrr IlUL PA lIutlaB tkli saner Public Sale I will as Agent of the estate of Mrr Sallifl T Russell sell at Puolic Auction on the premises at 3 ocldck p m Saturday April 12 the house and lot known as the Russell Place situated onlhe south side of Main street and bounded as follows On the west by the Catholic Church property on the east br then C Hroaddus heirs property known as the Peter Smith property The lot fronts about feet on Main vtreet and runs back about feet containing about 16 acres of land or less There is a good residence of six 1610 and all necessary outbuildings Terms made known on day of sale D R TEVIS Agent has marie Richmond tho bests market on Hides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Jnnk stock there is on earth When other people can pay good prices Thnrman can pay better prices always the high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy then all the timeSCALL AND GET OUR PRICES Jt Iw- Thurman Grocery Co Ijantf I 1ADI IclHoYTj1 f Ire of Brtmj Arhshc 5tu II4 READY MADE I AN OBJECT yIIf All the Men in the World were of the same height breadth and stoutness there would still be differences In their figures which would show only too plainly in the readymade suit Its impossible to fit a man perfectly unless the clothes are made for him alone Be a madetomeasure man Let us make that summer suit Prices right of course- MAHLERa kfi f ffi7lK b 77ij 4 11t Special Sale on 1lrULOVES St m jso PAIR KID GLOVES Regular + 125 A All colors and sizes and you take choicefor ot +I t We also can specialattention to made over silk JO to QualityCommencing E0TfA + 7 W Main t Apr 7 andcontinuing all week Majestic Cooking Exhibition We have arranged to have a man- dlrectfromn the factory to show our Iriends and patrons that the tireat Majestic Range will last longer bake better and quicker heat more water and do all of this in less time and with less fuel than any Range made t BClS B k at itt tAnd served with delicious coffee to all who call Be sure and come Free ELSI1- YOYAL Monday I K Handsome Set of WareJ Pieces j Superior to any sold will be given to all who buy a Great Majestic Range at this Exhibition A Handsome Souvenir for Early Callers I Arbuckle Simmons Main Street Richmond Ky a i I wI We Treat You 0The whole Year 0FancyKn1t Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality wool zephvr closely kuit assorted solid colors 15 centft each Fancy combination fleecelined hoods closely knit stitched nit over with iiilk floss at 23o each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 40c each Mens Handkerchiefs producedplain White aLSo each Tbe leader of the line Meni Softest fin ished French Handkerchiefs Laun one inch polkadotsandeffects at lOc Silky Japanette Cloth Handkerchtefsone inch hem white silk initial in corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at 25c A T FI enuineI Mairi First IIYe I LexingtonsGreat Clothing iHouse t g Which makes your business andsound such as here are found iground Chains Eiderdown Cloaks I Iovert tJ tWhen in town see us When at home write us In either case well Ion Money t JJt J and is of I Q Q qJ Q Q W tt Ladies Handkerchiefs Sheer High Grade Lawn onehalf inch hemstitched border at 5t Nn 2131 Hemstitched Handkerchiefs I half inch made el soft Swiss Lawn enur around in very tasteful pall white chain work flowers and leaf pat well worth Ito at lOc I Ladies Swiss Handkerchiefs with bnr of real lace flower designs atzSe Novelty MuSters in pppular colors of high grade English Serge size Mxzs a DI l aX Be 51Tea S I Oxford superior quality White Quilt made of bleached yarn in new signs hemmed size 70x73 at 49c each Reverea new Spread that has just been added to the line size 70x11 ilextra fine soft fihish 2ply yarn nobby raised centers hemmed at 99c each fl I Cor St Nifl cr iii 333 high MarsaillesQuilte 124 sir PlIweight large floral center novel groupings of ferns anti the Uandeoii ever for the money Price SI this week 290 Ask to see them OWEN MCKEE 1 r ifrol c ii t I RichmondKentucky s 7 f i fiit LOUISSAND GUS 4 S RlIIIS 1 ri Sole Agents For Alfred Benjamin Cos t SDOO3Oee93eSGm eSeSSeSSOGOeeeoooB 00 sssso so sososscs fOS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SoO 0 e e iiff FAMOUS CLOTHINfi 1I- o 9 a Goir i i i i i i i i i i i 0 eeeeooeeoooeoems00 i 8ee8 8S = D OO80 r JtJtNo house in Lexington can show you such iy ClothingOur ITheCelebrated Aqua Proof 1RamCoat Our Boys Childrens Department Largst in the State m Merchant Tailoring Department in charge Richard Shryock the famous Kentucky Cutter 7dF gYl j i I J i a f4 I 0 f f4 5 ifr- 1U Q f c safe For bargains Saw Handfcerchi eredall k Xks Quality grade heavy patterns snrrxHinl flowers Quilt offered epcia Io Nr Y1 Our Make our house your- headquarterswhen k in Lexington NffQ Q A New floods MJinSpring Goods the handsomest line of p Ginghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etc f HismBraid m w readvmade EE Skirt Department In tins line we can please the most fastidious selectfromand get prices you are sure to bny A complete stock of New Matting has onSthmeworltiselectknow yen have the latest uptodate goods at OU Lowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with Lee Smltha l cj Cu ins I GO P UI zg a 0 JUI P3ofI rr IJ 1- ii WL O 5a w I J IIMI I M r iI WII Oats Calt and cumlne our stock be I tore making a purchase In this line as p9 It will prove profitable to you Mf Our line or GrocerleN Is not Th anywhere Give us a call and let ns w friends r rW 6 SS SIV A 2 22SS E Wi NFSDAY AlH 9 1002 iM A Wiikcs Smith Dentist is w located over J 1J Stouffers c ing Store Gfebtf Tin bet coal on the market at I r A Witts feb103n J Nell Co shipped Acar lca i ir and eggs to New York L ilil Bart llrabb Lumber Co of r luis eanglit abotU 25000 logs this I L II LanUman the oculist w at the Hotel Glyndon Wcdnes iiy 1119 Tlie new sewer system just com pt nt Paris has cost tho town suooa IVfHi extracted without pain- Ctt 25 DR HOBSON Richmond Ky eX Black bought twentyfive vlb cattle of Bud linden last w 1 Price private te greatest barcaius ever offered in earring line cnn now be found at y rrie works on Third stree- tt SL Midkiff m liters of the Confederacy are r to meet at Mrs J M retadenc Friday afternoon ai VPll T if rdtdents on Lancaster Ave WI n iritefiil to the street commis ttu tht excellent work recently ii hat street MV3H8H trial order for the cel- eb1 Jackson county Cannel coal rrtnt isrl to be the best li3m Lotcher Witt von having any pap ii or pUnting to do this spring It n to your advantage to call and- rIhHine my lIMO of wall paper and g mate on painting V L Leeds llr cnrri e shop is filled to over fl M with buggies carriages phne t riail carts etc that must be sold s you rue in need of any thing in t we certainly interest you ii til fxfiinitiK our stock before pur c iinu elsewhere if S L Midkiff 111M Leeds guarantees all work ti iiy urn to he rutclass Call and is ill intiful line of wall paper tf II desire to call attention to tbe- ad ill Rent of Messrs T J Pilcher iii Lexington Ky which ap pr u another column of this issue o IUMAX These gentlemen are t mill invite you to Jr store at all times polite treat IJ iir dealing and honest goods Kbo PatentKd 1 andta jther- lAui Lf XV heel i thew tiinwlJCoyconvthceouhatwayyour EDEATUERAGECO I V27Z7Z7Z7Z7 11 DEATlIERA6E CO xiliww JThe Richmond Climax contemplate itlyreliable wheninIexingt- on1tlinv An Ideal Dress BootSEE THAT THIS TRADE MARK IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOC Exact Reproduction of this Style Shoe I f J a full andj d complete lineofS t mens fur P nishings jru 8 7 MAIN STREET Dr Hobson Dentist Riehmom Ky npr7tf We have carriages buggies phai tons road carts etc to sell If you dont believe wo will sell thorn give us- a call and we will convince you If S L MidkjfT Lygta the beautiful hostage to Home is one of the most Intcrestin characters in that mol interesting ol all dramas Quo Vadis Tho role at played by Miss Evelyn Archer has at traded much favorable mention Plus young actress the daughter of aprom inetit attorney of Chicago invests tin part with a pathetic crace and tender ness which can emanate only from a sincere artist and which bespeaks mud for Miss Archers future Admitted to the Bar A It Burnam Jr was granted cense to practice Jaw at Frankfort lost week For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is 60x20 and the oilier 100xSOOY9r terms ap ply at this mchSCf Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of lice over Middlctous drugstore July 17tf For Sale 250000 hard brick on my farm at Whites Station Will sell Jill or ijart to euit buyer See George D White Richmond or the man on the premises tf Gty Property Sold Prof Crooks sold his residence on High street to Mrs Dave Chenault last Saturday Possession was given at once The house is now occupied by Mr F J Self red SoL MidkItf is selling all kinds of carriages Buggies etc ut lowest prices Give iiim a call tf Baseball The baseball season was opened in Louisville Saturday by a came between the Central University team and the Louisville American Association Louisville won by a score of 22 to L Teachers Examination The examination of applicants for positions in the Caldwell High School will take place ai the school building Friday and Saturday April 25 and 26 T T Covington Secretary The best grades of Jellico and Brush Creek coals grain feed seed cum and cement feb19 3in Letdier WILt An Improved Slrippir McCormick Brothers of Winchettter had on exhibition here on Court Day their new open box grass seed tripper It is an entirely new machine lid a great improvement on the old pattern being much lighter nod more easily handled They succeeded in placing several orders fln ee Baoa Glraoct 6 0Doeoono1-o s s osss so j j s wG u n Rice 90 i ANDS eo E Arnold s s J S 0 0 oaw +++eee+ The 4 IUptodate i4o Shoe Merchants Leaders in Styld Quality r oALL AND sCCi +4+++ irtiIL Dr Hobson dentist next door to Goxornmcnt building tf Richmond Ky From Texas M r W H Sale of Nonriau Grove Texas writes I send cash for th CLIMAX for next year We cannot get along wIth out the news from old Mad ison For Sale 250000 hard bJic on my farm at Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer See George D While Richmond or the man on the pren lees j tf After the Sldi sHom The Commerclar Club of Winchester is making a great effort to sectir the Confederate Home for that town At a recent meeting a committee was appointed to look after the matter and take such steps needed to secure It Resigned Mr B F Holuiau who has beei manager of the Bluegrass grocery for about eight months has rcsignnil arrhedIMr Holmaii will remain in lUchmon and will probably go into business ufI ter a few weeks ret Give Letcher lVittatrial orde for coal Their Jellico and Brush Creel coals are the talk of the town feblO 3n Fancy Horses Met S Cohen attended Hndsoi Brothers horse sale in Louisvillo lat week whore he purchased a car load of fancy horses at prices ranging Iron 190 to 600 They will lIe prepared for the New York market urine the month of May and will be ready for shipment by June Accident Caused Death About ton days ao Green White an employe of the Warwick distillery at Silver Creek fell into an empty for menting tub a distance of about 15 feet causing injuries from which he diet Wednesday Deceased leaves a wife and four children The burial toot place at Silver Creek Thursday Have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf Appointed Prison Guard James F Lvkiiis of Waco who has served for a number of years as consta bib in his district was elected to tht position of guard at the Frankfort penitentiary last week lie is a good mar for the placo and all his friends an glad he has secured it He is the only representative of Madison county among the prison officials Why not do away with your iroi tires and have them replaced witli rubber tires We are prepared to do any kind of work in this line on short no lice at pi ices to suit all tf S L Midkiff Preliminary Contest The preliminary contest to select representatives in the declamatory ringing and other contests of the Blue Grass Tournament will be held at the Court House Friday night May 9 1here are several contestants in each event anti the entertainment promises to be an unusually good one Tin rournainent will bo held at Versailles this year on the 12 J3 and 14 of June A Successful Trapper Hardy Hughes who lives on harry iloruaus farm at Whites Station hat nade quite a reputation for himself in that section as a trapper Hughes has been in the business for a number of tars anti has always had good luck Ie recently disposed of his pelts capt ired during the winter and realized tho neat sum of 53 therefrom The tuck consisted of about 100 pelts of loons polecats mnskrats and other armints He intends to get moro raps next season hnd cover a large eriitory up and down Silver Creek We make a specialty of all kinds of pain for wed purposes feb 19 3m Letcher Witt Moved to Lexington Dr L J Frnzee a promencnt phy Ician of Uichmond Ky has purchased he beautiful new residence of Mr Frank H Hulctt on North Broadway md moved into it the past week Mrs Frazce is a native of Lexington teing a daughter of the late Mrs Ann B Martin and sister of the grain dealer ilr Thos L Martin DrJirazee is a cousin of Mr D F Frazee and of Judge Mat Walton of this city and has many friends here His office will be in the lath building with Judge Walton lie received a message last night to l owe lo Richmond Monday to nssirt Dr II R Gibson in an important surgical operation Lexington Democrat D e H d p ANA TDP ssfrtO Qty Asssjor Tho CIJUAX turned out the city l e6eorJof listintr the city property Wednesday morning It will take several week to complete the work The census will hot be taken thia year Goes on the Road Senator George T Farris of Lancaster has gone on the road having tie cepted a position as traveling alesuia for the Frankfort Chair Co Hewer to Frankfort last week to take up his new work Senator Farris has man warm friends all over the State an will make a valuable man tor his lions Where to Buy When you want to buy the best good always remember that your homo mer ayfromyourself If your judgment is poo YOU are liable toget tho worst of tho youhavecan and will if honorable rectify an Injustice handed nut unintentionally JL Watson Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX will he found the advertisement of Mr J L Watson Lexington Ky who invites the citizens of Richmond nut Madison county to visit his store who in that city Mr Watson is at Ihe head of one of the largest dry good houses in Kentucky carnos in stock a large assortment of everything to he found ih a business of this nature HI also makes a specialty of millinery Read his advertisement Ow1e- sHou8ebunting has been the favorit occupation of a great many Hiclimon people during the last few weeks and the qneston becomes c ore serious ev eryiiay All the landlord has to do is to merely mention the fact that he has a house for rent and immediate he will have a dozen application Among those who havo recently much changes are Deputy Sheriff E JI Hybee who has moved his family into the Doneltinn residence on Ens and Mrs L P Todd have taken the Claude Smith house on Seconc streetMr A D Miller has leased the resi deuce vacated bj Mr Todd Capt John 11 Pates and family are now domiciled at Hotel Glvndon Mr and Mrs 7 T Rice have taker his house formerly occupied by Capt Pates Departed Mr J C Beck special agent for the Mutual Life Insurance Company bf Kentucky left about three weeks ago end after a few days rumors began to float thins he had gone for These rumors weie verified on las Tuesday when Mr L B Williams a general agent for tho company arriver to take charge of the oillce It is said that the record of the business done u Mr Becks office is very incomplete btt from the facts obtained it was found that a Khortaeo existed amount hag to about SI 000 Mr George Ji Morris of Louisvill president of the company stated that the phortngi would probably not be over 200 Mr Beck has not yet been located Mr Francisco cashier of the local ofllce who was employed by Mr Beck left for Louisville Tuesday night Tim ofllce ii closed temporarily until a now mat can be sent on to take charge Mr Beck had made a few accounts at sev eral stores and at the hotel amounting to about 140 his trunk was held Ion these debts so that the local merchants will lose nothing Mr Beck came hen about six mouths ago and opened hit itllce iu the State Bank Trust Co building He made friends fast and seemingly did a splendid business His sudden departure was a surprise to everyone Cedliandub Notes The February and March meetings of the Ceciliau Club havo proved both pleasant and beneflcialThey were held respectively with Mrs Robt Jiurnani Mrs M C Kellogg Mrs Leslie Evan md Mrs Pickels and the topics din cussed were Musical Legends Dance sad March forms of music and a Noa art Program On March 12ih the regis tar annual music meeting was held with Mrs B L Middeltoti at which the same club otlicers were reelected viz Mrs U L Middeltun President Mrs W S Oldham VicePresident and Miss Julia Higgins ecretarv and Treasurer Miss Carlyle Chenault was elected a member of the club and the irogramme work for next year fully discussed At half after three an open esson of the club was held and a num ber of guests responded Mrs baits Bennett accompanied by Mrs Kellogg ruing some very delightful songs much to the enjoyment of tlw guests and snottier feature of the evening was a uessing contest of A Musical Stori itte answered by names of popular songs Mrs Kellogg won the club prize an ivory paperkuife with head of Peethoven and Miss Tribblo rhe guest prize a picture of Etheibert Kevin rite next meeting will be with ifrs Pickels Wednesday April Oth at which a Paderewski program will be endered and his opera Maura which is just now creating such a sen alioti in this country will be fully ibis noted and some musical members given This program coming just at this ime when the great pianist is touring tho country and winning fresh laurels of applause lends a double interest The lions is King The great feature of Court Day was tho annual Horse Show which took place on Main street between the hours of 12 and 2 oclock There were about fifteen stallions exhibited and probably no better lot of horses was ever hown on the streets of Richmond Ve had intended giving a detailed ac ouut of the exhibit but owing to lack of space we can only mention a few Among the prominent ones was M f Arbuckles Rex A 1415 of Elk arden Farm IlLs sire Rex McDonald was the largest winner of saddle premiums iu America Rex A is lour years old 16 hands high and is a model in form and finish It is said he traces jore fancy blood than any young stal lion ou record Another that attracted much attent- IOn was Mr C W Williams famous nfact by the great Electioneer lii act is 153 hands high anil lies a record of l2G2i His sire Electiuneer sm asses all other stallions iu that he has one hundred and seventy III the 230 cass Intact is making the season of 902 at Mr B Howard Nettles tbes2 uiilcs from town on the Lexington luke Mat S Cohen was In the push with bill imported Hackney stallion Im iqrted Militia 21SG lIe is described IS a beautiful red Jay 16 hands high and weighs 1800 pounds Ho is ten rears old and has u record of which his wner may be justly proud Imported Militia is making tho season at Mr ohens stable at the A R Burjam place this city Old Walking Denmark 2G1 the ropertyof J O Brooks aud J JS Me Kinney is welt known to every horseman in Madison county He was ousted in Lincoln county in 1888 and ruts been In this county since his sec tnd year He is making the season at Jnion City Among the other stallions present was W A Latgfords Chester Arthur by old Peavin a light buy 1C hands high Chester Arthur is under the char trof Win Wheeler at Foxtown lyIold Rex Peavlne showed up well in the crowd Dr Hookers imported Hackney Maximilian tho winner of many great prizes in England and America showed off well Ellemlale Stock farm was represented by the young Epicles and Smith Oldham great combined stallion Highland Both of these are under the charge of that master horseman Robert Walker Epicles is a brown stallion 4 years old 153 hands high with plenty of woiJht- anll a model form Highland is a seal brown 15 hands high Torn Covington by Limber Jim is making the llSon at the old Fair grounds uuilerliieesre ot W R Green Peavlne Jr by old Peavino will be found al Mr M A phelpa stable 41 miles from town on the Jacks creek pike The combined sla1JioriDnnilIlI quir King uIreI the property Huguely is making the season IIUOiell oriwo attention out of town horses attract PERSONAL Mr Wallace Yates has returned from an extended trip South Mr Phil L Willginj spent severs days at home last week Mr L B lIe1lin ton of Atlanta visited friends here last week Miss Larua Bennett visited friends In Lexington several days last week Mrs J V Logan of Dnuville was the guest of friends lucre last week Judge D B Redwine of Jacksor was in tine city on bnsiutM Friday Altps Olivia Baldwin is the guest of Jiixliarry fluffinaii in Mt Sterling IVof Chas G Crooks of Danville ns the Juestt MM Win Crow Sat urday Mrs C C Wallace and Miss Mari Willie Smith were in Jtxil ton llu uisttay Mm L n Hal bour Mt Friday Jo vicii io MltB Elizabeth G llahour lu Louis jlio- Messrs Lewis Chrisman and Albert KetxI ot Mr Sterling attended cour here Morday The PrandriiniHl Club will meet at tie home of Mr S N Moberley on Friday evening next 1r Eugene F iinnin has gone to tjl l niis menu lie will locate for the practice of his profession Mrs Hurry Bajlor Hanger left Fii day for lielmeburg Pa whew tbe will spend several months Mrs Mat S Cohen who has been at the Ruthesda llnspiial IJincinnati for five weeks will return today Mrs Eugene Walker of Richmond is visiting her mother Mint Texi VeodsonLouisville Post Mrs T S Hagan anti children ppen several daya last week with her moth jr Mrs Kiinnio Porter in Midway Mrs IJeacham Lackey of Richmond line been spending lliu week with htr mother airs Alollie Powell Jessa nine Journal Mr J D Oweiip of Mt Snarling a Mipiilar old U U InoyVIIS in the citj everai dave last eek the guut of ilrg Jll Poyutz Major Robert McKee and wife of Lexington weio the guests of Mrs McKees mother Mrs Edna Yates sev sral das last weekIMiss Florie Chenault and Miss Car- lisle Cheuanlt of Richmond are the jiifstH of Miss Kit Chenault of Fay site laikLexiurgton Herald Mr snub Mrs Cabell H Chenault Mr W L Crutcher aud Mrs Belli IJ Chfiiaiilt have returned front 1 two mouths trip through the South Mr R E L Biggerrtair was sum untied to Mt Sterling Monday to the bedside of his brotherinlaw Mr Ru lulph Bauiu who is critically illof Mieiunoiiin M r James W Smith accompanied jy his wife returned Monday from Crah Orchard Springs One who re calls that a faw weeks ago Mr Smith wns so near death is prepared to be ieve that Crab Orchard is the place lou ick people to recuperate Mr Smitl now weighs 190 Ibs The Louisville Times says of Mr U P Yonowine a former popular etU lent here Mr Yenowine IK the sou- of the late George Yenowine and Inherits his fathers literary talent He- Is at present a member of the reportorial staff of the Milwaukee Sentinel md has made a fine record His special articles have attracted considerable ittentiou He is only nineteen yean of age RELIGIOUS Rev II G Turner will preach at vavauaugh school house next Sunday tfternoon at 4 oclock Tine Sunday school recently organized at Kavanaugh meets every Sun lay afternoon at 3 oclock A protracted meeting will begin at he Christian church Sunday April 27 Che pastor will be assisted by Rev E 1 Powell of Louisville The Beaumont Baccalauroate sermon will be preached by Dr J V1o of Central University Dr Logan urmerlv lived here his first pastor t ieiug the Presbyterian church this ity Harrodsburg Democrat The ladies Foreign Missionary ocie ty aud the children Missionary Hand Jf the First Presbyterian church wijl hold a praise service Sunday afternobi in memory of Mrs Lottie Witherspooi HEll who died in Korea April 12 1001 MATRIMONiALltmnaLuvrs and Miss Mary E Lutes were married in this city last Tuesday- BAnnurrWnITMonE William H arrett and Miss Lavinia Vhitmorc wera married nt the brides home at lerea yesterday LOXQLAMC Thomas B Long and Maggie Land both well known young people of Rnthton was married at tho resIdence of R B Roberts on the 2nd quire Daniel T Bugle officiating RAILEYLANK The marriage of Miss lary Crit Lane of Mt Sterling to- Mr Hunter Halley of Anaconda Mo announced to take placo at the Ironic of the brides sisler Mrs Robert Mc nunell in Denver Col on April 30 Ir Bailey attended Central University for several years anti has scores of lends here who will congratulate him- on his good fontutn- eVJtzrEVILSoNMr Bennett U White of Millers Creek Estiil county and Mrs Bertha Wilson of Beatlyville wele married in this city Friday April 4 Mr Vhiieis the son of Prof liar rett White thin well known school richer of Estiil county He isa bright oung man and a popular school teacher Mr White has A great many reI ties and scores of Irlends in this coun tv who congratulate him and wish him good fortune His wife Is an ex- ceelinly pretty and popular young woman and he may justly be proud of- the prize he has won Along with all heir other fiienda the CLIMAX ex- tenrIsllrallll Mrs White the hearti est congratulation BIRTHS HESDUEN To the wife of Oscar lien drum of this county a daughter April 4 1902 DEATHS HAUnISMra Mary A Harris died Tuesday April 1 at the home of her daughter Mrs William Arbuckle near Silver Creek Mrs Harris had reached the advanced age of eighty four years nearly till of her life being spent in this county She leaves one daughter and two sons Mrs William Arbuckle of thiscounty and Addison and Frank Harris of Texas She was the grand mother of Mrs J W Smith Mrs D B Shackelford and Mrs 0 E Wood of this city and Mrs Dan llarber of Red House The burial took place Thursday morning in the Richmond Cemetery KAVAVACGH Eugene I Kavanaugh tIled at his homo at Corbin TiKsuay April 1st alter an Illness of several weeks of typhoid fever Mr Kava naugh was about thirty one years of age and was unmarried Left an or phan when very young he made his home with his aunt Mrs Edna Yates After Central University Mr- Kavanauthentsged in farming for sov cEll years About years he went to Corbin where he had a good position on tho L N railroad Hew s an Industrious and popular young man and bad a large circle of friends who hear with sorrow of his untimely death The funeral services were cdn dncted iiyRov Hugh McleUan at the First Christian church of this city af ter which tho burial followed in the Richmond Cemetery FonMAN Rev Ezekiel Forman D D died at the Good Samaritan Hos pital April 21902 in the eightythlrd hisnge About onethird of his long hiwaspassed in this city end for many years not living here I ho was in dose touch with onj people so that much of the good tint ties beet accomplished here is due to hj precept DrForman WWI Mason county June 20 1819 He was educated at Centre College grtdnatliij there In 1837 He then speut thre years at Princeton Theological Seminary from which he graduated in 1841 Shortly after entering the ministry ho married Miss Anna Rice daughter f Dr Benjamin Holt Rico of Princeton N J Hfe wife died In 1844 while he was pastor of the old Woodford church near Versailles Dr Forman was call ed to the pastorate of the Pre byteriar church oJ this city in 1847 and remained here until the outbreak of the lvii war The year after ccmmfr to Richmond he married Miss Ellen Has sell of Danvillf who died in li3 After leaving here ho served the churches at ulasgow Perryvillp Walnut Hill and Cvnthiaua In 1S3 he returned to Richmond with Iris fainilv ills third wife who was Mrs Mary H DcGralfenrle died in this city in August 1E90 The greater put of the time after leaving here he spent in New Orleans where lip was pastor of Mm Memorial church for eight years Since 1S99 Dr Forman lies lived with his son T T Forman in I xington He leaves six children all of whom occupy places of usefulness in the world Hon lien U Forman of Kev Orleans T T and D It Porman uf Lexington George Y and Miss Caro line Forman of Cincinnati and ilis IMarv Forman of Lewisburg W Va One daughter Mrs George Williams died in 1873 Dr Formau was a mat of scholarly attainments asdone win was true to his convictions He was long recognized as one of the foremost men in the Southern General Assembly It was granted him aa to few to live to see the great work of his hfi beating fruit but how much good IK has done in the world he never know nor will anyone ever know until that day when all things shall be math plain A brave man a loyal citizen and a faithful servant of God to him what we call death merely means tin tine taking up of the new life IK HEMORIAM The Board of Trustees of time Patti A Clay Infirmary at a meeting held our the 27th tIny of March 1002 unanimous ly voted to have spread on their rec ords an expression of the high appre elation they held for their lady frlem and coworker Miss Sudle Russell Sine had been from the first organize thorn of the Board one of its members and lied discharged every duty Imposed ripen her with the same zeal intolli ience and Christian spirit that market her devotion to her church and to the upbuilding of humanity in every walk and way Wo shall always cherish her memo ry with tllfrtion XVe feel mtengelj tine great we mute sustained in lieu untimely death lint have every ap earance that a lift so pure and useful mid good has been at last rewarded with a laurel crown We tender U heir surviving relatives our tendered inpathifies and direct our secretary to send these a copy of this memorial md request tho publication of tine same in our citv papers Mrs Lotchor Pros Mrs Mamie Stockton Sect On Saturday morning February 1 1902 Miss Tabitha P Simmons wu called from her earthly home to CII ler into the joys of her Lord andre eive the crown of life Her entrance through quiet peaceful death into tin rest beyond was a victory of faith Blessed are the dead which dici in the Lord from henceforth 0 that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them She was xn active member of the church for more than forty years laithfnlunto heath seems to have boon the motto inscribed upon her heart The Kirks rule congregation will not only miss Lien from her usual seat at the morning and evening services hut will greatly feel her absence from Sunday School md the Ladies Aid Society as welt as from other departments of church work Her wise thought Nil plans her kindness and patience her enthusiasm and conseciation her cheerfulness and consciousness her loe of truth and devotion to duty her Liberality and missionary zealall these active principles and virtues so characteristic of her life will not soon be for otten by those who were influenced jy her work of faith and labor of ove The church was her life her heart Mud so being such a woman she realized that to die is gain that death is only a dream ou v a falling to sleep in Jesus Surely it is well well with her soul As was said long igo of that noble Christian woman in tnppa who bore the same name so can it be truly said of our departed sls ter lhIs woman was o 11 works and almsdeeds which sire did AntI it is a blessed thought that even low her spirit may be engaged in modest converse with Dorcas ajout those ilmsdceds and tine blessedness of such Christinspired charities Ours is the loss ours the grief hers the gain hers the glory May the Lord Wees those who were so near anti dear to her hose whose hearts still ache those whoso abiJing faith makes them real ize that earth has no sorrow that leaven cannot heal And may they be reunited in an unbroken family above on the morning of tint resurrection is the earnest prayer of tire writer who feels so near them R E Moss Maytville l yIThe Round Stone Laud Company d ockcastlo county tiled articles of III orporation in the olJIce of the Secretary of State lastSaturilay The innor orators Ire Messrs D M John C anil Harvey Chenault of this city urtDay An unusually largo crowd was in town Monday and business in all branch es was good There were about moo cattle on the market Steers from 600 to 700 pounds sold at 43 cents erich heifers from Scents to 4eeut 800 and 00pound cattle brought nut high as 5 cenls The mule trade was very activ- eS there were many buyers A number or horcps were at prices ranging from S70 to S140 USe j1a5 i A REDOOTiPECIAL N SUITS AT800 By a stroke of good luck coupledwith good buying we have secured from a famous Eastern manufacturer some bargains in new spring Suits never excelled in clothing history These suits are allwool fabrics of ASTONISHING BEAUTY AND FiNENESS and would readily bring J250 but weVe decided to rush j them out at the small price of 800 a Suit A great oppor tunity dont miss it Our collection of Spring Suits ranging price from 5 to 25 is by far the j Biggest and Brightest and Best ver seen in Richmondhigh quality garments built to fit V and fit to wearbought close for cash and sold at small profit prices OUR HANDMADE SUITS have no superior anywherethey fit and hold their shape equal to the finest custom work = and cost 0 to I 5under tailors prices t COVUGTO I BANKS rj J tIJI y gj l SELDERS STORE Iii= == == = fltZcZ m r rr r Z 1 11WE lilHAVE JUST RECEWED OUR SPRING STOCK OF i ICarpets Mattings Rugs andWhich is for inspection at prices that defy You are invited to come and inspect same r1 t I6 = = = We secured a bargain in a few hundred nicely decorated Jardinieres L1A which we offer at about onethirll less than r it cost to make theus23 29 3i 30 ann 45c Dont wait it wont last long Cant gut any more j sITh LOT OF r- Remnant I 4i and Gf jard pieces now on sale you will money about i 1 price Dont look over them India Linens 5 lj 10 12i 15 and Dont see out new Percales 1rJ 01IcCc Madras Cloth Cn for Shirt Waists f r1 Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade XX fashionable Dressmaking Ladies wishing stylish costume for sprin should call orr Miss Emma Gol don who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postolfice Miss Golden is prepared do all kinds ol sewing from the simplest garment to tho most elaborate tailormade suit Her work is sure to please anti lien terms are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson buildingmchu5 tf c rr Jo L WATSON 1wAnd now Spring business in earnest niflcent display of Costumes Wraps Skirts Silk and Cotton Waists Millinery Etc for time coming week wilt bo tine source of general comment in this comcjnuitv Those who sea their beauty and rich will unhesitatingly acknowledge them superior to anything of ness the kind ever In this city We are ready for the rush of Spring business with Mocks that tip the acme ofexcellence and com pleteness with values that show unanswerable reasons this Store be the Unit and foremost in your mind icX1Ts ais tJ tJI No matter what quality you choose you are assured of the height of excellence that particular wale The t CLACKS rune true and magnificent colored jgoods ajo tliutritest expression of fabrics cut where J colors tilits and shades tire with enchanting A jSltl WI CC in 1 i1f The best expression of the newest and richest wash dress goods will be found in this display all the favorite foreign and domestic weaves are represented WIIt eW Se1for the Spring Gown There is no time in thp whole year wlienlVliladv is particular about liar Gloves as in the fcrrafe We moan that whenever Gloves met w discuhl among mini correctly attired wQineti this should bo given first thought arid w Our position oflleadershlp in every department secured by 1 simowingcarefal toovey detail anti byq9 tont but fulrprll We will Hveyou moie for your nuopythninnyaforeiri It Central Kentucky IJ L c1rA7ESc1J 0J d f 5egefS i nILi L0T1 Q J opened competition fLr = IVe are showing tire Irettiest line or rSHOESwe ever up Shoes rGc to Boys SInots 7e to U10 J I Mns Shoes to t Ladies Shoes 75c I l JW yrn totn 4 i1ANOTHER Embroideriesf save regular fail to 8J 20c fail to r Z = 7 = = c rn e a to hon why in deep so consideration was j 125 IrrbeIolDt5ticsDoV ELDER IIQ lKe g 5 tf ilJSQ Jt 1i II t T I 1 e UlC o eTr I II I t a ii c1 t l j rC It is time you were thinking about Va your lj 5Tt Te jIand therefore it is time to think of us You cannot be too particular about your j FURNITURE You want a large and varied stock to select from You want wide variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service and pricesWe Jandour stock before placing your order J ftIWOIdhath RICHMOND IuIiOLly KENTUCKY r = WEDDING PRESENTS See our elegant stock of Diamond and Pearl Jewlery Cut Glass Clocks andSterling Silverware in all the 1atttpatterns berYl buying wedding presents v ti BOGAERTZJ57 E tvMT LEXINGTON KY- Qur 3 luiffl 1 PJlrItat5De t t1 g s tkTi F r1L TT TiiTi1 Rose Comb White Leghorns q of The Midwinter L Egg Machines U Eggs from prize winning stock iFor 15 ff H S G MORGAN 1ma WHITES STATION ICY Mutual Pool of i Future Events r rIl tTheKentucky Derby tftioptnt t Brooklyn mi i Surhnrbau Handicaps rlAmpitnlprhy Mt ol oath wool 100000 TICKETS 1 EACH For fiitrifs tireulnrs aiul toll par tilIlal Mutual Sweepstakes Assn 1 Milton Young Mgr Lexington Kentucky I Bcferenre Lexingto1 Cltjr Ktl Bank 4 6m r8w I 1 = A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in gold and silver Iins come to bo pro verbial Men have the sauio leaning hut tlieydiKiiise it Here are scores of fancies in gold and oiher for very little money The quality of every iiielwjn our stock is uf liiinmntoeil fxoeUencu L E LANE cr flfl = rrnr nfl = U Louisville Henderson ndStsRai1way Homeseekers p Excursions AT f LOW RATESwI TO THE WESTi5 tckcts on Sale First and Third I itFdnys in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trv Pass 4gcrkt Gen1 Pass Mont LOUISVILLE KY Cl l 1tLNA- H 4mCALL AT+4++ JONES MERSBOfU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Tapi5SSSSSSSJSSSSSSS8S8S3SS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Rain and sweat hare po effect on XL harness with Eureka liarJJh lJ nneu Oil It lists the damn- kccpstbeleat 11 tdoNo rough sur r face to chafe and cut The I harness not cnv LeeDs loot DJ like new but wears twice- asloogbythc use of Eureka Harness everywberc Sold f fincans I all sizes Made Standard v Oil- Company L QURE YIUnr Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mange Eczema Distemper anti Fits anti nil the iII dog flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons Flea and Shampoo Soap iij the onlv dog snap on the market guaranteed to kill fleas For sale by PERRY THOMAS mu26tf r n n I FREE1BACcOGSStar Horse Shoe StandardOld Honesty Workmsn Tar Sickle atural Icaf Good Luck Pipcr Boot Jack Nobby Spun Planet luoe Cross Bow Old icaclt and Razor leaandare lrncnls ALS- OPAPER BANDS FROM I JAJ Ii SlJ jrv JtJ 3FOIIHOCENTSTA- GS GARS ANDYLORODORASANDS OF EQUAL VALUEANDMAYBE ASSORTED Our New Illustrated CATALOGUE PRESENTS FOR 1002includes many articles not shown here It contains the roost orpostagetwoOur offer of for Tags will expire NoV 30th 1902 CONTINENTAL cotitaitingTags belostcatalogues to c Hy 4241 Polsom Ave St Louis Mo For Spring 19O2e White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Linen Persian French Lawn Organ Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambra3s Shirting Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Ribbons Agents for Goftonts Celebrated Shirts WniteAND Giuson IRICHIVIOND KY I Matter Navy Spearhead Drandywine Drummond Ucidlicck Rolr II ARE OF attractive Presents BROWN Lawn India Lawn dies ings Silks CONFEDERATE VETERANS Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping cars to Shreveport are attached to Queen Crescent Route ves tibuled trains at Chattanoooga while special through trains to Dallas will be run from Chattanooga during the Re union and through tourist cars will also be run from Kentucky and Tennessee points if enough veterans jn dicate their intention of go ing to Dallas This is the only line that takes you pastLookout Mountain the battlefields at Chattanooga and the scenes of the siege of Vicksburg Tickets are also on sale via New Or leansStopovers at Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans and other points east of the Mississippi iiVer are per mitted 32hour schedules Nicholasville to Dallas Tick et Agents will quote low excursion rates on application Send your name for free maps and illustrated pamph lets describing Vicksburg Dallas and the Battlefield at CHickamauga W C Rinearson Genl Passenger Agt- Cincinnati Ohio They Would all Know If we were to announce that you couldget this paper for 30 days for the price of three beers ever descendant of Ad am would know that means fifteen cents But if we were to say that it would be sent three months for the price of a Gospel hymn book half of them wouldnt know whether we had raised the subscrip tion rate or were giving the paper awayAugusta Chronicle One of the most artistic and useful souvenirs we have ever seen is a little celluloid covered encyclopaedia en titled Chic Helpsand Hints It contains a vast amount and variety of useful information interesting to everjone such is Antidotes to Poisons What to do in Accidents and j uivirjfeiieies Bir t h day Stones Household Hints Donts Language of Flowers Toilet Recipes To Remove Stains etc Calendars for 1902 1003 1904 1905 and information on a dozen or more other topics with handy places for stamps memoranda addresses etc Any of our readers can se cure a copy free by mention iug this paper andsending name and address with two cent stamp to the publishers Chichester Chemical Co 23152319 Madison Square Philadelphia Pa Send for it The substitute Philippine bill has been prepared by the Democratic members of the Senate Committee on the Phil ippines It provides for the relinquishment of all claims vvMvijrfity by the United i s ir Jirchipelagoafter UItIVt5 have organized neiMiij ntof their own U tty Evans has tender eJ lua resignation as commis sioner of pensions Presi dent Roosevelt will withdraw his acceptance until he can find a suitable diplomatic po sition for Mr Evans The United States Pilip pine commission has fixed the government rate of exchange for Mexican silver at 227 for the second quarter of the aboveI irresistiblydrawsmating time Health does more than musicinto heartAfythembeaddedThere can be no general health for thedelicateto perfect health is to cure womanly diseases the use of Dr Favorite Prescription It establishes regu healsinflammationfirsJo weakness Preacrifouhope Lancaster Cola and can say that am troubleAmtneoobsoat times I could not walk Tcdavl am cured medicinescured SenseUedical onSendclothboundMU 0 n j ijvsjSffti A TEXAS WONDER IIALIS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney anti bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissionsweak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys anti bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug list will be sent by mail on receipt of- Si One small bottle is two months treatment ami will cure any case above mentioned Dr K W Hall solo manu facturer P o Box 629 St Jx uis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all drue jrists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KyBEAD TillS Kichmoud Ky Feb 9 1001 IJrvE W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery ror kidney and bladder trouble 1 weighed 100 pounds when I bpglUt using it today 1 weIgh 176 pound nod I feel hotter than 1 have in twenty years and cheerfully lecomineiid it to the public Respectfully 4tlecly JOHN A KIDDLE The montY some moo owe doesnt trouble them so mnch as the money they would like touwe Good For Rheumatism Last fun 1 was taken with a very severe attack uf muscular rheumatism which cmtsnd me great pain and anuoj antis Alter trying Mdv ral preerrip tions sod rheumatic cures I decided to lisa JhainberluinB Pnin 1alni which I hud eetjn advertised in the South Jer s yiunii Afer two applications of this Remedy I wits much hotter and after using one bottle wns completely cured isnllie Harris Salem N J For sale by Stockton Hngan 1ni Its a good thing to wear your sack cloth and sprinkle your ushes on the icy pavement Shot in His Left Leg For alUdndsof sores burns bruises or other wounds DeUittn Witch Ha zel Salve is n sure cure Skin diseases yield to it at once Never failf in- cases of piles Cooling and healing None genuine but DoWitts Beware ot counterfeits I suflered for many years from a sore caused by a gun shut wound in my left leg says AS Ful ler English Ind It would not heal and So much trouble I used all kInilsol remedies to no purpose until I tried UeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me Perry Thomas 1ui To name a cigar after an actress does not make it draw any better Saved Many a Time Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is sprint Such casei often result seriouslyat this season just because people are carclpfs A lose of One Minute Couch Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts at once Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis and other throat and Inng troubles hI have used Ono Minnie Cough Cure several years says Post muster O 0 Dawson Barr 111 It ii the very best cough medicine on the market It has saved me many n severe r pell of sickness and I warmly recommend it The childrens favorite Perry Thomas 1m Yon cant always toll a mans name by looking at the plateon his umbrella Neglect Means Danger Dont ueiilcft biliousness and con stipation Your health will sniTer per manently if you do DeWitts Little Risers cure such case 31 B Smith Butternut Mich says De Witts Little Early Risers arc the most satisfactory pills I ever took Never gripe or cause nausea Perry Thomas 1tn There is quito a difference between the bank teller and the fortune teller ANTITOXIN FUR SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Com Belt show losses in 1893 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr K H DeVaux alter several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which Is manufactured only DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago ecu hogs have been successfully saved this remedy Hoes treated treatedI Antitoxin thrive better and command price on the market than those not The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick wine will save at least 8S per cent In case of tailormoney paid for serum and syringe will bn refunded Any farmer can easily administerAntitoxin Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient lot six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 OcVaux Chemical Chicago2laprIy The man who feels that he is fully ap preciated has yet to be born A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and Colds in Chil dren hpsltancyillKemedy to all who are suffering fniiu coiiiilis or colds says Chins M Cram r Ji3sqa well known watch inUtrf Colombo Ceylon It has been home Iispeusarlirstble medicine and I have repeatedly Ilbed it and it has always en bone ficial It has cured me of all chest colds It is especially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarse ness I have pursuaded many to try tins valuable medicine and they are alias well Pleased as myself over the results For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1in The Easter lily is in bloom but the pgg plant is backward Better Than Pills The question has been asked in what way are Chamberlains Stomach pillsOurmore pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as uponrhieyach and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pills aro more harsh III effect and their use is often followed v ionstipation For sale by Stockton Hagau 1m Any woman Is willing to wear a shoo too small for her it it comes to a pinch Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain ione day Pleas SecretarytoCourt says Half a bottle of Hanna Rheumatism Remedy cured me of an threeIoses LMlstreet tf Some people must fall into a fortune before they can rise in the world Wants to Help Others I had stomach trouble all my life theUniontried all kinds of remedies went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to gut a moments peace DyspepsiaCurerent eatislactlonI never found its qual for stomach trouble and gladly recouutiend in hone that I other suiTcrers Kodol Dyspepsia Yonliontlire digests what you cat Perry Thomas lm The average woman cant get Oft joke any more successfully has he OH gs t ofl a trolloy car C MRS HULDA JAKEMAN Wife of President Jak mali of Elders of the Mormon Church Salt Lake City Utah Recommends Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound For Wo mans Periodic U DEAR MM PnmJLUl Before I knew of Lydia E Pinkhatns Veg etablo Compound I dreaded the approach of the time for my menstrual period as it would mean a couple of jOtiJJTl1r WI1mI1JV J vlMRS HULDA JAKEHIN days in bed with intense pain and suf fering I was under the physicians care for over a year without anyrelief when my attention was called to Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound by several of our Mormon women who had been cured through its user began its systematic use and im proved gradually in health and after the use of six my health wag completely restored and for over two years I have had neither ache or pain you have a truly wonderful remedy for women Very sincerely yours MRS HUIDA JAKEMAif SaltLake CityUtah1 5000 forfeit Ifabova ttitlmenlol Is not Just as surely as Mrs Jake man was cured just so wirely will lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound euro every woman suffering from any form of female ills Mrs Pinkham advises sick women free Address Lynn Moss Why is it that when a little cirl is called Birdie she always grows up to be a big fat woman Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one re cently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining counties always paying the highest CASH market prices We also handle nil kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your pro duce atdwe will convince you that we propose to lead in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Near L N Depot 2janly RICHMOND KY LQ111 1t R ilro t DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or S05amVerllalJlltsL1wrenCCburglShell 230 pm For Irvine 1151 am For Millers Creek 300 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and nli1am 82tpmFromFrom Millers Creek 830 am C M BROWNINO Gen M- grCHEAPRATE OF One Cent Per Mile TO 18a a April J8 to 20 Jfly Illinois Central Good to return until April orby extension to May 15 Account of Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans Sons of Veterans Liberal stopover privileges including op portunity to visit scene of famous siege and New National Park site at Vlckebnrp andOklahomaorVlckaburglions forKentuckyR H FOWLER IravPassAgtLOiLfl LoulsTllleKy SPECIAL NOTICE Confederate Veterans and tHeir friends can get full in formation by calling on Dr J M Poyntz r GOMast LOWEST RATES EVER EFFECTTo All Important Points In California Washington Utah Oregon Wyomingf Montanaa- nd all other Western States viarC H j DO- ne way ticket t sold daily until Apr 30 via All REGULAR ROUTES Jpomts18 April 1 aiffi 15- i I Apply to railway a enIJ reg D G fEDWARtJSjtrl i J C b As PlowjAs Money can Buy 4Standards + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ ++ warranted for lifeJ tNo other Plow made gives such a guarantee f+ + ++ + + ++ 4 + ++ + + ++ + + + + + TTTy J Cultivacit prizefromi call when in need of anything in this line ta We are sure we can fill your wants at a reasonable price rfo J f ti- TheIs Davenport Wirelss Checkrow Corn Planter Is one of our Specialties This is csomething new andevery farmer it before buying a Planter of J J LOur line of Collars Pads Back t Trace Chains Hamestrings jrr etc is complete We will give you ap4p a Low Price on these goods We jj handle the 4- v Majestic Range 0 = ueAlso Born Steel Range You will find thc c W goods the Best on the market Tin Roofing clorLe c Arbuckle t Simmons 1 tt Pittsburg Central Stock Yar Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers rearrangedItBest distributing point East of the Mississippi for Baltimore Wi Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and sit other of stock- ConsigDments for Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonnell GenL M ISdecly A Free Picture of Gen Lee Any veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dalhs April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of Central frrand address of the Camp to which he belongs bJ Your best route to Dallas wilt bo TlaMerapbta The daylfrointOmphjs aotlertCudL Hi leCi r illlIill Smayly I am agent for the Page Wire Fence tst And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tin ca Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for sale j TCOY Kirksville Ky IAc HARIFOAlVr Vegetable Shampoo JTonic and Dandruff tJ JJStOllabr thehairsoft and silky We cannotgrow hair on bald heads or restore1 gnatanteeW claim t PRICE 25OENTS JForS leDyJ1 jEfJUIt IAJ Ntw York City Lexingtou TAKE NO SS lTUTESV MORE LIVES ARE SAY USINGDrDisco FOK Consumption Coughs and f Than By All Other Throat Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine posi cures Consumption Coughs PneumoniaFeverPleurisy Croup and Cough NO CURE KOP Prico 50o 51 Trial Bottle 2 KoDyspepsia C Digests what you e alldigestantst rood Itgives Instant relief and falls to cure It allows you to the food want Themostset stomachs caa take it Byitsusfc thousands of dyspeptics cured after everything faile unequalled for the thrice1rstdosere1jey Ottr c aN stomach iro Prepared tly C DxWIrr- e timeS the t For se by Perry lIIOIDJsl