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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir iI T 1r r THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I f TJMERICHMONDI MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 16 i902NUMBER 47I Winter is Not iOverYetAND HAVE ON HAND One Moors Air Tight Heater One Radiant Home Air Tight And about Six 6 Plain Stoves that we will sell at Actual cost To get the space for other goods We want the room fro the ONLY PLOW ON EARTH and no other plow will go under the earth like the IP s f f 4 f Oliver Chilled Ve 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 B SIIACKELFORD CO Main Street ff RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on WE splendid assortment of ourI 4 ++ + + t4+++ + +++ ++++ + FURNITURE I ++++++++44 + + + which is more extensive now than ever Every line is crintling with Hil id ay selections To properly celebrate the season YOU will probably desire somo new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron Beds full stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in J variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever ofFeredRockersany style you may vhCouchesv cry latest dcsigia See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rugs ++ +4++ +++++ ++++ + + + I 4t 4 + i JO 3SJPOU11 I 220222 W Main Street + 4 1 + + ++ + + + + + + + ++ + Undertaking a SpecialtyEmbalmer and Director Jr HOMES jOME a = AN OPPORTUNITY ITO GET A GOOD HOME CHEAP HIP Hound Stone La id Company have determined to otTer for tlio next 1t Days desirable homes of ten acres anti up at the low price of from I 300 TO 1000 PER ACRE T tmnv owns over Three Thousand Acres of land on the Kentucky r liivitiiil of i he Unifcville Nashville Railroad on the waters of lluiiud b Copper Creeks in Kockcastle county Ky and are now platting and idinjr tom lf inVo town lotn and desirable farms aud putting both lots and it riffurts within tin reach of anyone desiring a homo or a business or esid iv lot T if lots arf be iinr Inid ofT in Conway a growing little town on Iho L N- ItI rIpr is already uI ct d in Conway two large general mercantile torts- shi iii 1ohin School budding ec Conwny is tititated in a beautiful val- HV miltis south of Hera tolleire one of th hugest educational iusti s in n e Sou h and tliopo wanting their children to pot a highclass edo ivild Imve thorn attend this Collecfl from homo on horseback or vehicle triii oinviiv is noted for its well of Lillda water Persons coming wilii kidney or bladder trouble realize almost Instant relief v lands ollerrd for sale is mostly very fertile Will raise corn or any of Ii rereals mill is especially adapted to a hiph grade of tobacco and is very finer growing land At COIIWHV ibore is a ready market for ties hub timber and P few aud there is on a jrcatpiiMlon of the land offered for sale enough time r worked otfor market to ninny times overpay for the Innd TUB land offered for BHP Is not morn thou one and onehalf mile from rail 0 Utation The land nnd lo s will lie sold for one third cash and residue a aMe in 00 anti twoesrs curing six cent per nnnum No security fJinta lien nn the land Any further information desired will be gladly eil bv the IL Round Stone Land Company Apr2tt RICHMOND KY Or this Office I WANT YOUR WAtL PAPER Orders and as I have not had myk8 body that has yet eeen them pro Il nounce them Far Superior to Any They have ever seenif you an ticipate doing any Decorating this spring I can not only show you the greatest variety of good Papers ever shown but can hftc Mlly SAVI YOU MONEY The arne paper that 1shoao arshown hy in St Loum and Chicago otoodslA8mar2ml W 1 BMVTPQ Iq AN EASTER ANNIVERbARY OFFERING ofMadisonSu ubeautifui beautiful hands They were neither white nor small And you I know tvonld scarcely think That they were faint all Ive looted on bands whoso form and hue A sculptors dream might be Yet were those aged wrinkled handa Most beautiful to me Such beautiful beautiful hands Though heart were weary and sad These patient hands kept toiling on That the children might be glad The tears well forth as looking back To childhoods distant day I think how those hands rested not While mine were at their play flat ohl beyond tho shadow land Where all is bright and fair I know full well these dear old hands Will palms of victory bear Where chrystal streams through endless years Flow over golden sands Andwherotheoldrowyoungaga1a Ill clasp my mothers hands An Interesting suranceQues tion An interesting insurance question has arisen inconnec tion with the PeasleeGaulber lire It so happened that noon yesterday was the time at which the quarters insur ance on the property destroyed expired and the fire start edat 1159 Of course all existing policies had been ei ther renewed or new lines substituted in view of this expiration but the question arises as to which list of poli cies is to make good theJoss that in existence before or after yesterday noon It seems pretty well settled that the old policies must make good the loss on the Louisville Lead and Color plant as the fire originated in this plant and hence started be fore noon though only one minute in advance of that hour The next question that arises however is whether the fire in the factory can be properly construed as the beginning of the lire in the warehouses to which it sub sequently spread If so of course the old policies wouid have to make good if not then the new The majority of insurance men questioned on the subject gave as their opinion that the new policies were liable on the warehouses but all admitted that there was some argument on both sidesAs a matter of fact most of the new policies were merely renewals of the old so the question is mainly interest ing because of the technical construction of the law it calls for In this connection a story is being told today of one in surance agent who telephoned another asking him to take a line on the lead and color plant yesterday a few minutes after 12 oclock noon The latter was about to an yes when he heard the clang of the fire engines ask ed where the fire was and when he learned sent an emphatic no over the tele phone In justice to the first igent it should be stated that ia knew nothing of the fire at the time he telephoned Louisville Times Wields a Shatp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off liv Dr Kings Now Life Pills iho nioft distressing too Stomach Uvhr anti Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice BnioiiMiefs Fever Malaria all full bffnre these wonder workers 255 at Perry t Thomas drill store 1ni Possession of your house is nine points of the motherin law HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for oven a strong Woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses Icucorrhcca and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition DUIIis doing this for thousands of American women today Iteared Mrs Jones and that is why sho writes this frank letter- Olendcano Ky Feb 101901 I tun glad that your Wino of Cardol is helping me lam feeling better than I liave for years I am doing ray own work without any help and 1 wW1ed wt week Anti was one bIt tired That shows that tha Wino floSlUCFd1ng mo good I ma gcttin than I ever was before And accp good aad eat hearty Boforo I began taking Wica of Cardul I used to havo to lay six times day but jMiwIdonotthinkoriytaBdownthrontshttie 8100 AT DRUGGISTS sad literatere adrtu Jltler lrrpI- AHesdtPUT7Ej5iTli Ucpmrcaeni Tens IIatwOP 1 IN HIS WOODEN LEG Was Found 15000 After the Junk Dealer Died For 25 years Gideon Ma son a junk dealer of Trenton earned his savings around in his wooden legand when he died he was worth 12000 in cash Mason lost his leg in a railroad accident years ago He never would tell whence became He had known bet ter days he said and rum had caused his downfall When he was able to getout on cruteheshetook the pledge Friends bought him a wooden leg and a push cart gave him a few dollars and he began buying and selling junk Ma sin prospered When the first wooden leg was worn out Mason appeared with one of his own manufacture It was very clumsy bulging at the top During the past six years Mason was accompanied on his rounds by a dog that was equipped with a wooden leg made by Mason to fake the place of one it had lost The dog and the man were in separable Mason was found stretched on his bed dead the other day The county physician found a cavity in Masons wooden leg in which were concealed a will 15000 in bills and the pledge he had taken and kept for 25 years The will was helio- graphic it set aside a certain amount to pay the expenses of the burial and provided for the care of the dog as long as he should live gave 5000 to a friend and the residue to be spent in buying artificial limbs for worthy cripples in Mercer county Two days after the death of Mason the dog was found dead on the grave of its mas ter In accordance with Ma sons wish expressed in his will the dog was buried at his feetNewark News One Box Cures Eczema- I had a very severe casb of eczema and tried several remedies given mi by diflerent druggists hut they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eymanii recommended your Remicks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and ono box cured me of the desease nOscar icliillinp Warsaw Illinois For sale by It L Middleton 61unely A Burdensome Prisoner A young man named James innaird was taken to Bowling Green last Saturday to answer several different charges of forgery committed there several months ago After committing the forger ies Kinniard went to Nashville where he played the same game and was given a year in the county jail by Judge Ferriss Kinnaird is a morphine fiend and unless he has the drug injected into his arm every halfhour yells like a madman and falls in a faint and a physician has to be sum moned The Nashville authorities therefore decided IA give him all the morphine- he wanted but after trying it1 a week found that it took just S3 worth of the drug a day to supply him This was reported to Judge Ferriss and he decided that it would be too expensive a thing to the county to keep Kinnaird- in jail until he had served his years sentence and so he ordered the sentence suspended and Kinnaird taken to Louisville where he was also wanted for forgery The Louisville authorities got tired of him and finding that he was wanted in Bowling Green sent him there It will be only about two weeks until the court can send Kin mird to the pen and the county may supply him with mor phine until that timeFrank un Favorite Ufa Guards The Life Gunrdsare two regiments of cavalry forming part of the British household troops Thev sire gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart is proud of them Not only the Kings household but yours ours everybodys stould have its life guards Tho need ot them is especially great when the greatest foes of life find allies in very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy mouth of March The best way that wo know of to guard neaust these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsuparilla the greatest of all life guards It removes the cdnditiona in whicli these diseases inake their most fuireRsful attack gives vigor and tone to all the vital or sans and functions mid imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remem ber the weaker the system the greater the exposure todlsense Hoods Sar- Isaparilla makes the systejn stronR In Its the early birdtl t gets frostbit ten v i IfiirthrShot Fi Tiger No use to hunt tigers with birdshot It doesnt hurt the tiger any and its awfully risky for you Consumption is a tiger among diseases It is stealthy but once started it rapidly eats up the flesh and destroys the life No use to go hunting it withordinary food and med icine Thats only birdshot It still advances Good heavy charges of Scotts Emulsion will stop the advance The disease feels that Scotts Emulsion makes the bodystrong to resist It soothes and toughens the lungs andsustains the strength until the disease wears itself out Send for freesample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St NY- c anduu aU druggist DOESNT PAY Judge Barker Tells Colored Audience That Crime is a Poor Business Crimes and Criminals was the subject of a lecture delivered yesterday afternoon by Judge Henry S Barker at Quinns Methodist chapel colored The chapel was crowded to its utmost capaci tyJudge Barker in the course of his lecture took occasion to speak of the marvelous ad vance made by the colored race in this country since the war He said that it was hardly to be believed that a body of slaves turned free as the colored race was should go out in the world and make such rapid strides toward a higher life He closed his lecture by saying that crime is the poorest paying business in the world He said In the first place it is ab solutely certain thatthe crim inal will be caught and pun ished Most crime springs from idleness There seems to be something antagonistic between labor and crime Crime is the most unprofitable thing in the world There isnt a day that some boy or girl does not come before my court for stealing From a business standpoint leaving out the moral side Mime does not pay Louisville Post II A neighbor ran in with n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy wlen my son was suffering with severe cramps and was given up as beyond hope by my regu lar physician who stands high in his profession After administering three doses of it mv son regained consciousness and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Haller of Mt Crawford Va This Remedy is for sale bv Stockton k Ha win 1m New York Fashions Summer furniture may be coveredwith cretonne pat terned in apple blossoms Lorgnette chains of gun metal are set at intervals with Egyptian red beetles Blue and green straws make serviceable hats At swell affairs ices are seryed in square tissue paper baskets with handles Tis sue paper flowers hang from the center of the handle over the ice Very smart indeed are dainty shoes of s hite kid and black patent leather Gun metal charms in animal form areplentiful Cows and donkeys vie with pigs and there are plenty of bowwows The pig is considered a lucky amulet A beautiful hat shown by Lord Taylor is made almost entirely of white and purple hyacinths It has two full stalks of bloom one purple the other whiteplaced in upright position directly in frontFor tile small boy of the family Russian blouse suit in white pique trimmed with white French knots is very smart Two rows of these edge the lapels and pointed sailor collar fronts Crinkled cotton crepes in delicate colors are used for the body of gentlemens shirts The front band and the cuffs are of a striped fab ric to match the stripes be lug ribbed in colors like the shirt Thestriped cuffs have bioadhrtG bands j EvErYN GABLE I J Rev Ezekiel Forman Thursdays Morning Herald contained a lengthy culitional on the late Rev Ezekiel Forman which for the hcucfl of tho many warm friends or that no blo Christian gentleman in this county we take tlielib rty toquote In rtirt We have always taken a profoum interest in older persons Among our most delightful memories are tlioso of hours spent with aged people from whom we are glad to draw remintE cences or their early lives and witl whom we were delighted to form pleas ant friendship Dr Forman was one of the mcst dc lightfnl men to those In whom 1m took an interest with whom he liked to be who were good listeners He possessed an extremely retentive memory a keen appreciation of intellect and humor and had a clear and pleasant stylo in private conversation which was very agreeable to one who de lightei in such reminiscences He was one of the manliest of men and was by no moans only a pleasant companion He was always a man among men His convictions wCre very decided Ho was firm resolute and in some respects rather an Ingres sivc man What he believed ho be lieved with his whole heart and while he was never offensive or discourteous be was always earnest sometime abrupt in the intensity of his expression or in the earnestness of his views He came of a etaiwart virile race p113 si cally mentally and morally His physical constitution was of the finest ills moral fiber was most admirable and IIM native intellect was far above thn ordinary Such a man is of incalculable value In any community and when it is remembered that his active ministerial life covered a period nearly if not fully fiftynine years during the whole of which he was n most auiivc vigorous earnest able minister of the Gospel preaching regularly several times a week speaking numerous times in addition to his regularservices during some of the years actively engaged in teacLlng always absorbed in his workthe extent variety value and resists of such labors are beyond esti mation Dr Forman belonged to the clms of Presbyterian ministers in Kentucky that formed a peculiar and most re markable group ot men lie gradu ated under the presidency of Dr John C Youug and we suppose about the time Lewis W Green and William L Kreckinridge were professors in Cen tre lIe was on most intimate teims with John Breckiuridge the younger Robert J Breckihridce Stuart Robin son Thomas Clellan James Butch Nathan Hall James Barnes Joseph J Bullock William M Scott and tleir contemporaries These men were not only preachers but they had a very bigh sense of civic duty They panic ipated actively iu every inoveuumt looking to the development of the State of Kentucky anti the ministers of other denominations their contun porarieB were men like unto them such men as Ryland Dillard John A Gano and Bishop Kavanaugh Many of them were farmers living upon their Farms They were leaders iu the de veopment of thoroughbred cattle They became Superintendents of Pub lie Instruction interested in the politi cal purity and development of the State and among these men he was equal He shared their confidence was tbeir companion in their consul tations often moderator in the Presbyterian Synods or which he was a member and always held to be a wise sincere and courteous adviser We are so accustomed to earnest men wo are so familiar with the en reer of preachers of the Gospel we fee them go in and out in their daily life that we lose somewhat the capacity to measure and value theirservices to the community or to appreciate what their loss would booWe know they are hut men We are apt to overestimate ihtir defects We are a little inclined to be criticalas to their earnestness and not altogether tolerant to their foibles and ore do not fairly estimate wo do not fully appreciate tho incalculable servi ces which such men perform If by some DivinE power all the good which was done by this servant of Jesus Christ during his nearly sixty years of active ministry could be re vealed to us what a vision of radiance and power would fill our oyes and our hearts The power of his example tie influence of his teaching the force of ds life during a series of years in the different communities in which he wjs called to labor when added together make a totality of influence and of pow9r which cannot be measured by my human metor In tIme lot of man to be born Urn work die and soon be forgotten Only- a few names become immortal and scarcely any men are great that their separate words and their individual leeds remain immortal but the worit does not duo This is inwrought int thA unfinished incomplete fabric of human progress and human happiness which is being construedby the united labors of alt men through all ages IVitliout such livesit would be indeed- a sorry history and a most ignoble progress When we see an old man worn out 3v the labors of a long and earnest life passing alongalmost unheeded through the streets of a city or quietly waiting for the death which has passed him bv jo often involuntarily wo feel like talc hug off our hat andTeverently bowing our head for he represents so much of ton so much of sorrow and yet Si much of human good that we feel thtit he who liquors him honors himselj This is why we write this editorial that we may put on record our admiratioti for a life devoteid to good deeds for ii long laborious honorable career spent in the serviced time Master Ajesident T3verett Kim went on the bond of a jointi keeper for 1000 the other Iday where upon the local pal per printed the following parU agraph ftlf this man is ablj I to go on the bond of criminaljt he certainty ought to be to pay for his wedding invjt tations which hegot of few years ago And we Y1t take fftqents oh the dpllai l Some etorifs are lpdtruo fobo pop Do You Know That Buggies and Carriages are from 5 to 510 cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have good selection on our floor You tare money by buying nowand k inI I75 F 7J I71 Q r 7W 71 Tht 7I I + 7 77 Iif mga pa a a 5a a Q it The Inclemency of the WeatherI qualitycost more goingi Prop jUs to not get out during our j 9 it OPENINGt +ic jff And in order to not disappoint them Jwe have kept a great many of the t tJ 7 f jff cSuits Walking Skirts and Silk J7 tf Skirts over and they can be seen at our J 7F- it Store any tune during the f f J 067 b 1 t4 jf Next 20 Days L t We guarantee perfect fits in all sold t9 llI1Agreatmany beautiful suits and skirtsJ k Ifare being shown in this line aa our new silks new wash rembioideries wash piques fabrIcsJgoods linens novelties in dress goods iI and trimmings fj 4 jf Just received a new lot of JIJ xcuact = a = osksIE In all the new leading shapes and gir Jt dies Get our prices on carpets and i + mattings Very respectfully I It- W D OLDHAM COlit Ih V et C J w i ti V4bNflX NflX 7- Li Iit w 76 7F ij tJ M1 7 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATIOBITSTS R W MILLER ATTOEXMYATLAW RICHMOND KESTCOKT Office n the Burnam Building next doer to armcr8 National Bonk febSly JA tIJIVAfArroaNgyATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0tS D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyaSLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY JESyOflico over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in thr oeCcilmi buildins and 20 Sec oDd Street orei Ahile old drugstore 27 CHAS C HOOKER RUnnKOV Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoWest Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty ayOfBce at stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhcertrather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS MD PJIYSICIAN AND SCRQEON tllCHMOND KENTUCKY DEN lAL St1ltQUY DT a t comori azarisT OP LOuISViLLE KY ffyOfflce next door to Government Building aichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Hay M Blanton DENTIST nrOSUce In Bennett liulldlnj IJanly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDIIAN I Hotel GlyndortJ7vi Wednesday May 14 1 i j r3K J Lc AC e v i another season John Donelson garments VETERINARY j t4 e 2 it 1i 7lJ7I 7 iinternet You 3 1Certainly we can Every farmer and house rx Madisoncounty will need something 1in our line To the farmer we particularly s call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Plows and other implements neces thepr Modal Steel Ranges Southern Queen Cooking Stoves and other kitchen furniture Our line of Hardware is second to 7itl the goods you must have and will interest you v V pineingalso agents for the celebrated Studebaker Farm Wagon which is the finest and most durable wagon on the market We make a t Mr7fiCall7fiof you an everlasting friend and customer 1 TAYLOR = BROS has made Richmond the best market on Hides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there Is on earth When other people can V pay good prices Thurman can pay better prices always tho high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them all the time CALL AND ET OUR PRICES tIff Thurman Grocery Co Ijantf DEAL AT Hurst Bros Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in 0 Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others Our Shoe I Dry LINE is complete and larger than ever before We also handle Hats Caps Over alls Groceries Queens ware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give usa us show you 1our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE of all kinds We can save you money Remember we still give Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of usv Repst PHONE 17 i tILJRST BROS I I E isinii Ir I ft II I v IF t i The Richmond Climax 0 CHBNATJLT President A D MILLBB Manager nOBT8OHOVB uu Editor WEDNESDAY APR 10 1002 PDKLISHKUIVEBV WKDSICSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Irtporporntwl ANNOUNCEMENTS We are requested to announce ROY t WIUTB a a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk tubj et lo the action ot the Unnocratic party We arc inlharzed to announce DAN H BREOK as a candidate fr Clerk ot the Miril mn Circuit Court wifjrct to tbe action ot the Democratic party I hereby announce rnyelf ax a candidate f8r tl o nomination for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court tubieet to the action of tbe Demo cratic party Hoping that my many friend in tbe past will favorably consider any claims tbat I may have to the nomination and If nom inated I pfflnlse to UM all honorable mean to Mcareny election and if etocted to endeavor as I hue in the past to faithfully dteehtrge mydntleaC1erk Thanking Ute people for past and uwre IanIftspeelfully S U T1IOBPE u GEN WADE HAMTOX died Friday morning at his hume ill Columbia S C GOY Me Sweeney issued a proclama tion directing the halfmas ting of the State and Federal flags on the capitol buildings and asking the closing of the business houses in honor of the great soldier statesman Gen Gordon Commander in chief of the United Confeder ate Veterans issued a gener al order to all Confederates tohonor Gen Hamptons memory Bells were tolled in all the towns of the State and ina ny schools were closed when the news was announced lHE old Louisville Nash ville railroad has been claim ing its full share of attention on Wall Street during the past week Thousands al shares have changed hands and just at this time it is not known who owns or controls the road It is gtnsrauy tzht that the Southern siA tiVeutually control the f property If this is the case it will leave but three roads in the South not under the control of this great system Whatever maj be the outcome of the recent deals it has caused the greatest excitement felt in railroad circles yearsDAVIDB HILL was the chief orator Monday night in the meeting commemorating the birthday of Thomas Jefferson by the Democratic Club of New York lie made an appeal to all Democrats to get together and prepare for the coming fray by wiping out all factional differences He argued that the government had no right to create a per munetti colonial system in the Philippines THE State College students and President Patterson have making a rough house for sev eral days Had it been during a Republican administration the militia would have been called out L fa BrowerCoJ LEXINGTON KY CurtainsWe sale this week a benutiful line of RuiUed Muslin Curtains These Curtains are made specially for us and nro tplendid quality attractive designs and patterns and nent slid perfect work Extra large sizeV 100 Pairs Plain White tMusliii 1Per Pair 50 Pairs Klowored Muslin 150 Per Pair Our New Line of 4V Net Curtains Lace Curtains PortiersV Nottinghams and other grades are now op- enCIFIBroerVCoJJ UALS AND BROADWAlEXNGON ZyS- I7tJIc Ij A Good Law The bird law which was passed byV the leeent Legislature provides that nonresidents must pay a license of 25 to hunt in the State and for the next two years both resident and visiting hunters are prohibited how shooting quail for the market Retird That old coach which has carried our people from homo 10 Beattyvilln Juno tion aud back in Enfety for the last tenth of a century was hpuled away lot the last time on Monday It was sent to the Richmond shops where it will be rebuilt painted and transform ed into a private car for the directors Beattyville News No Extra Session In retponse ton request from cer tain Garrard county Democrats asking Gov Uockhani to call an extra session of the legislature for the purpose of passing the School lieok billand also a Registration bill similar to the one stolen the Governor gas that the Reg istration bill is not of sufficient impcr tance to justify an extra session and that on account of those Democratic Senators who have been voting with tie Uoptiblicans the School Book bill could not pass the Senate May Sdl Titir Own Tobacco Internal Revenue Commissioner Yerkes holds that farmers and growers are privileged to sell loaf tobacco of their own growth and raising and that received from tenants as rent and in its natural condition without restrit tion The dcisiou provides however that the farmer imift sell Ins tobacco in the condition in whith it was cured on the farm and cannot stem twist plait or roll sweeten or otherwise ma nipulate it for sale to consumers No terson vail be lawfully employed by a farmer as his agent to sell and deliver his tobacro to consumers To RejJate the Sale of Cocaine The new pharmacy law passed by tire recont Legislature contains the following provisions regulating the sale of cocBine Cocaine or its salts shall be sold at retail or dispensed ony upon the written prescription of a legally q nail fied iilivoician or dentist and such prescription shall tot ho refilled Each prescription containing cocaine or its silts filled hy a registered pharmacist shall have written upon Its face the name of the patient the date filled and he prescription file of each regis tered pharmacist shall be open to in spection of members of State Board of Pharmacy Cocaine shall be sold at whilerni only to nxisicred pharma dISh mId to ligally quulifltxl physi cians and pharmacists Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronago in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25e per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dee 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofuas from 200 to 175 QiBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the ofllce or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quenl persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dee 4 tf Relics of the MoundBuilders Capt J K Worrell sLowed us one day last week one of the greatest curl osities we have ever seen It is an Indian stono pipe made of tho hard gray stone such as the battle axes and tomahawks found in this country are made of The pipe has a perfectly taped bowl and a stem about two inehesin length On the stem stands a delicately carved bear cub one of the most artistic pieces of workmanship we have ever seen Although the little figure is hardly an inch lone it IB possible to count its teeth and the toes on each foot Capt Worrell had another round stone Iipe and a beau tiful rock crystal about four inches long whIEh were taken from the same mound He would not tell where tho mound was located but said it was in this county These relies with a hum ber of others were found in the mid die of the moundand around thorn was a pile of human bones Who placed them there or for how many centuries they have been buried is one of the worlds greatest mysteries Important to Wool Growers R A Dodd writing to the Jessa mine Journal says I desire to uree upon wool growers of Jessamine and surrounding counties the importance of preparing their wool for market in good condition Fleeces should be tied with soft twine cotton or hemp twine with flesh side out taking care to keep out tags etc Under no circumstances should sisal or binder twine be used for trying fleeces or sewing bags as the small particles of this vegetable fibre adhere to time wool damaging goods and causing manufacturers trouble and loss Manufacturers frequently fetna to buy wool tied with sisal twine The marking of sheep with pitch or paint or aV insoluble matter should be avoidedIt frequently injures the sale of the wool as it cannot bo scoured out and has to bo clipped oil which isattended with much labor and loss to the manufacturer Again never shear your sheep in dirty barns or in or around straw ricks for often a good trade fleece is so much damaged in the chaff and dirt that it is impossible to throw it anywhere except with the rejections If you have only a few burrs or burdocks on the sheep take time to pick them out be fore they are sheared If the weather is not too cold always dip your sheep as soon as they are clipped Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot roach thediseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Enstachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you hive a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness is the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will he destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused hy catarrh which is noth- Ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for case of Deafness caused bv- catarth that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c Jails Family Pills are the best Time favorite air of the average girl is a millionaire The crop ot spring brides is unusually larK ij = ThatTired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble Its a sign that tho blood is deficient In vitality just as pimples and other eruptions are signs that the blood is impureIts too which only the hazardous fail to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove it give new life new cour age strength and animation They cleanse the blood and clear the complexionAccept substitute UI felt tired all the time and could not sleep After taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a while I could sleep well and the tired teeing bad gone This great medicine has also cured me of scrofula MRS C M BOQT GHead Cotta Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps tho promise LAND STOCK AND CROP 0 O Taylor of Logana delivered to the Continental Co at Lexington last week 30000 pounds of tobacco for which he received 8 cents This crop was grown on 19 acres averaging 125 per acres Jessamine Journal An Indiana farmer refused to allow oil wells to be drilled on his property because the earth turns on is lXiii anti who knows but what the oil was put Ion there to grease the axis Five car loads of freezer turkeys were recently sold in Chicago at 15 cents a pound right through This is the larg est transaction in poultry reported for years perhaps the largest on record The stock was called very flue and had been collected in various States Cheap corn is not to be expected for along time to come no meatIer bow bountiful the crop of 1902 may be The granaries of the world are empty and old corn in the feeding districts will be a scarce article next winter At the same time the country is full of cattle and the demand tor pork Bnfticient to justify raisers in raiding more hogs than ever Several bountiful crops of corn will be nee ed to glut the market with that cereal Chicago Live Stock World When a horses shoulders get sore as they sometimes do with the best of care carry dry flowers of sulphur in your vest pocket and sprinkle a little on the sores about four times allay while working time team It will not gather in pimples on time collar as al most any other harmless powder will do and it keeps the sores dry and dis infosted Farm Journal Although not as nimble as the horse the mule is an excellent animal for farm purposes and ought to be more popular in the corn belt He is hardy a good forager and when not working costs little to maintain Al though a prejudice exists against him the mule if given a chance will wear it down He is as profitable as the horse and as easy to raise True the range of his heels are dangerous but the man who doesnt know enough to keep out of reach of a mules hind legs should be incarcerated in the same padded cell with the fellow who lacks sufficient intuition to go in when it rains All the mule requires Is a little encouragement Ho will do the rest aed do it with profit to the man who furnishes the encouragement Chi cage Live Stock World BEFORE BABY IS BORN A Valuable Little Book of Interest to AU Women Sent Free Every woman looks forward with feelings of indescribable joy to time one event in her life compared with which all other pale into insignificance How proud and happy she will be when her precious babe nestles on her breast how sweet the name of Mother And yet her happy anticipation is clouded with dread of the pain and danger of the ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of constant fear The danger and suffering attendant upon belna a mother can be entirely pre vented so that the coming of the little stranger need not be looked forward to with fear and trembling Every wotr an who reads this paper can obtain ab solutely free a valuable anti attractive little book entitled Before Baby is Born by sending her name and aJ dress to the Bradfied Regulator Co Atlanta Ga This book contains price less information to all women and no one should fail to send for it Changes in the School Law The late Legislature made a num her of changes in the school law Many of them referred to the business of the Superintendents office etc Among those of interest to the general public were the following TIme June examination for graduates of the common ichools was changed to tho second Friday and Saturday in May and two days Instead of one as signed to the January examination for the same purpose- It has never been possible to pay the forty per cent of the public fund in October as the law provided and the payment of tie forty per cent is deter rod until December Time minimum salary that any county may pay to the County Superintenden- tS raised from 250 to 100 Heretofore when a school honse was condemned the trustees under pen ally were required to have it replaced in a year This penalty is now re moved and the trustees may levy and collect a tax from year to year until enough has been accumulated to build a house When twothirds of the voters of a district have voted a tax the trustees may borrow the money to build a houseHeretofore the week of the Teachers Institute has been counted as a week taught when it occurred during the session of the school but now the teachers must teach twenty weeks with out County Institute week College Assigns The Lexington Business College filed a deed of assignment late Monday alter noon naming J W Brown as assignee The liabilities are estimated at 2600 and the assets the same Mr B B Joneses manager of the institution and defacto President The Lexington Business College was organized in 1888 It was a stock company with a number of local people interested but Mr Jones is now in control The Busi ness College buldlng on East Main street was one of tho lesults of tho or ganization but this has since passed into the hands of Mr W H Laude man and is now known as the Hernac do Building There are ant ninety students in tho college and time classes wilt continue Herald Even the JudxoV life is nil W trio ala iLV f The great MaID street baseball game next Friday will be the event of the season Dont fail tosec it Store Burglarized lurflnra broke into the store of Jesse Luusford at Millers Creek one night last week and succeeded in Retting away with a large amount of booty The officers got on the trail andar rested three brothers who are now In the Irvine jail awaiting trial Hackett in Lexington On next Monday April 21 James K Uackott will be the attraction at the Lexington Opera Honse Ho will pay two performances matinee and night and will be seen in his new play The Crisis at the matinee and in Don Caesars Return at night The advance sale of seats opens on Friday morning Afty fUr Years An exchange says Thomas Green of Cincinnati was at Versailles last week in company with H H Hardy of the same city an oil expert to search for an abandoned well on the Harris faun on the Frank fort turnpike Fortyfive years ago Green lived near here and managed the Doreey Tavern a famous old hostelry in stagecoach days During Mr Greens administration a half a century ago a well was sunk for water on the tavern grounds At a depth of 75 feet a dark fluid resembling and having the smell of oil gushed up to the disappointment and utter disgust of Manager Green He drove a plug in the whole and went elsewhere for waterAfter some search the old well was located Tuesday night Hardy says there is strong indication of oil lIe has obtained leases and will try to or ganize a local company to prospect A TEXAS WONDER UALLS GKEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of- fl One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of time Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov cry for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than 1 have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4dcc ly JOHN A KIDDEE People who are always talking about their ancestors never have time to talk about their neighbors While Wise Doctors confiumptinbad cold accompanied by coughing sore throat and tightness across the chest is too sedans a matter for delay or experiment They also realize that Allens Lung Balsam cures a common cold in a day or two Obstinate cases take more time of course Some men never lay by anything for a rainy day so long as they can bor row umbrellas Merely a Reminder Bear in mind that lerry Davis Pain killer is just as good for internal as for external troubles It will stop the agonizing cramps in the bowels which lollows exposure to cold and wet when taken internally and will cure strains sprains and bruises when applied exter natty It should be administered in warm water slightly sweetened There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis The phonograph with a broken record isnt much good A Doctors Bad Plight Two 3 ears ago as a result of a severe cold I lost my voice writes Dr- I L Scarbrouge of Hebron Ohio then began an obstinate couth Every remedy known to me asa practicing physician for 35 years tailed and I dai ly grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Couga and Colds I found quick relief and for last ten va7s have felt better tha for two Positively guaranteed for Throat and Lung troll bles by Perry Thomas druggist SOc and H 00 Trial bottles free 1m Many a fellow gets a pointer from tho finger of scorn Stops t9 Ooh and Works off tho CofdVLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 centsVEven a smallpox sign wont keep the wolf from the door To Dallas 1925 to Dallas Tex and return ac count Confederate Veterans Reunion Tickets on sale April 1819 20 and 21 good returning until May 3 withprlyi lego of extension of limit to May 15 Special train via L N will leave Louisville at noon April 20 running through to Dallas via Memphis without any change of cars mch2Gtf No return ticket are issued on the road to perdition TO OTOS A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it srRnatureisWomen are talking through their new spring hats Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on tho lego winchdfieclfour years Then Bnckleiis Arnica fornollsScalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Marriage Is often the result of a maiden effort Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkia Ointment Many very bad ascs tisnippleschappedand chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box irejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorseants per package Elevators lift many a discouraged mortal up in the world Most men like to be told that they are working too hard A bigamist is a man with more wives than brains Manhood would be a hegv burden were It not forth rfccollectlolia of onr routhf al dyI l1hbllgntare Is on every box of the genuine Laxative BroaiOQuinine Tablet the remedy that cnrea a cold In one day Paper hangers seem to thrive considering the fact that so many of them go to the wall CHESTERS ENGLISH YOYAL PILLS 0 i SlIbt tllte rMwy r4Icble Ladle ek Droggict tot iviifsTKKit UNO USI In Red anti id inruoic boxes sealed with blue ribbon in no other Hrlu edanFeroBi ulMtl K in and Imitation llay of your Druggist miA 4c in lnrtlcalar TeatS cuiial and rrfor KAdie in Utter byIJmCUICUESTEB OHBMIOAI C- Oo JIndUon Square 1IIILA FA- ilnU Iii eap r SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 226 34 SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of J70 in the 230 list 1st dam Roxmont dam of 3 in time 230 list by Piedmont 217 2nd dam Beautiful Bells dam of 10 in the 230 list by The Moor 3rd dam Hlsnchaha damn of Stim0 230 list by Bold Chief 4th damn Nellie day by C M Clay INFACT is a bay horse J53 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 hun dred and seventy in the 230 list stir passing all otherstallious and INFACIS first three dams have otwent one in the 230 list something that cannot be paid of any other horse INTACT has style action sizi and breeding what else could the breeders breedlnJisa saddle horse man and want something fine with lots of action INFACI possesses both Nearly all of the Inch 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 have action and speed Will make the season of 1902 at 25 to insure a living colt B H Neale Oap2m BEST GOODS Season of 1902 J == RexANo His Sire Rex McDonald was the lar gest winner of saddle premiums in America 0 ELK GARDEN FARM TERMS 20 FOR A LIVE COLT IT PAYS TO BREED TO THE BEST +VREXA Foaled 1893 beautiful black IS bands high a model in form and xtra limbs and feet with au a grand individual lie traces to more fancy blood than any young stallion on record which hIs breeding will snow I have bad nine colts from his dam and have shown all of them and never bad ODe misplaced his dam has never been defeated in the show and has always worn the blue ribbon when shown- I have bad a number of horsemen to tell me that she was tbe finest brood mare tbey ever sawlie is descended from show slock on both sire and dams side ills sire Rex McDonald at three years old proved his title to the cham- pionshIp by capturing tbe premium over all ages at the great 8t Louis Fairamong his competitors being his sire who has wen inoe honors in saddle ring than any stallion living Her McDonald tbe greatest sweepstake saddle and harness won in four years at the fairs in Kentucky and Missouri over 6000 in premiums lie won in 1805 the 1000 sweep stake and two other first premiums at the Mex Ico ClIo Fair at St Louis Mo he won the same year 1250 sweepstake and was also first in regular saddl ring and at Lexington Ky in 1893 be wou first in sweepstake first in regular rings once first at Paris once and at Winchester first once second once In 196 be won the SIlO sweepstake at Kansas City Mo and at St Louis he won the 1KO saddle premium and regular saddle premium and the premium at the fit Louis Horse Show in 1996 be won the 80t sweepstake saddle premium combined premium and regu larsaddle premium Total amount of preml urns in four yeats 7000 He has won every large premium tbat has been ivenfor saddle stallions in America and is sound looks bet ter now than ever before weighs 1150 pounds In 1897 he won 1000 sweekstake at Kansas City Mo and also combined premium and regular stallion premium first at Liberty Mo In same classes and same at State Fair Spring field Mo and at St Luis Fair and at St Louis Horse Show Last November be first premium voted by the audience forwonIfinest and handsomest horse at the horse REX A By The Great Rex McDonald 833 1st dam Sties Richmond 551 the dam of Cero fjorda 1022 dam hay Eagle 1171 Bay Eagle sired but one colt for me She was shown at a yearling two and threeyearold and always wore the blue ribbon She defeated a ring of 15 at Danville Fairbest stallion mare or gelding by King Richard REX A By Rex McDonald SB By King Richard By Stonewall Jackson 12 By Land Maupins Drennon 1st dam Miss Richmond 551the dam Cero Goida Id dam Jenny Lynne 3d dam Flore- nceTerms20 For a Living Colt fllf the mare sold or transferred the money will be considered due Not responsible for accidents or escapes Mares or bred to any other horse without my consent the money will be claimed for service rendered by my horse Mares kept at ten cents a dy on grass Rex A will stand at my farm eight miles from Richmond on Silver Creek Come and see him M F Arbuckle aprHt Silver Creek Ky CJOOoo e s o = V o- Ccc 00C o c d = 5 0 oC = aSooQ C8 a c cu C O o oJ J Oo toJC U to b 5 d- cuI CCtC P V 0 0 o d tn 3nU Ccu 11 STOUFFER MAHLER Save Moneyby buying yourGroceries and Table Supplies from us Our business is continually on the in crease We prove to each patron that they not only get the 11but the LOWEST PRICES Once you trade with us always our friendand patron Give us a trial order and we will prove our ability to please We pay HIGHEST MARKET r PRICE for all Country Produce mid Beef Hides Re member if you want the best Groceries at lowest Prices call on us OPOWJBLLIBROS z ffi F778 Special Sale on KID GLOVES jtitiso PAIR KID GLOVES + Regular + L25 Quality VV colors and sizes and +ryou take choice 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have a large assortment to selectfrom If yon will call and examine these goods and get prices you are sure to buy A complete stockofV New Matting has just been received and is now placed on worldselectknow you ilavethe latest uptodate goods at Lowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with Lee Smitha r 1 I 0n I ttQC J Q 11 Ca l 001Il I H y i 1 4I C r f t 1 We Have On Hand u Kid om Letl 1iISeed Irish Potatoes of 1the following varieties Barbaab httleu 12r1 Ro mud Early Sweet PaUUws SouihnlQ1oeeDBar mn U Yellow J S sad BnzilUB Vwek in stock all kind of ReW and Qirdrn Seeds Call and examineour stock betore Baking ponase ia this line aa it will prare profitable to J Onr line ot Groceries Is not ex celled I Centnl Kentsekr Ed ourVprices are ureasonable as can be f anywhere Give as a can ad let us cenrtnce jtro that we are yocr friends 4C Js E FA1HERAGECO fJj DonTt forget the Benefit Ball Game on the Cam tj tpus Friday afternoon tZui770Zt 27zz 7 e Q2G tp Al E DEATlIERAfiE CO 9 4J 4J 4J t 1itQ 5 The Richmond Climax SRDAY APR 16 1902 r AWilkes Smith Deatist is r located over J B Jfteuffers l ins Snare elrILI irid StoaaW ok Mahhxs ad la this 1 e bell o ai aa the market at r A Witt feblt3ai Iliam T TerrtU ba beea zp Deputy Sheriff ac AVaea e Centtal Kvntacky Medteal As ia meets in Dwavtfle Tharrfay etb MtMtted withoat fuia 2B l DL H Biebmaad Ky ie KicLmeciile City Caancil has j cosuaetiar a new ekdrie Hght It will cast flltttt reaea trial order lor Ute eele Jacksoa county Caaael eaI ateed to be tbe nest 19SID Ledt Witt you need or waat a carriage an bam or aaytbias M hie L Midluff Witt atak the price roa Oivebimaeafl aarM t l ladies cf tbe M B cbarefa at Hill will give a hex sapper bteianing at 7 po au The is for tbe benHlt of the march y WCIe wfll he appreciated rou oaMinpate bavlnr aay pa or ati to do this fatias it to your ndiraatae ta tW aad- ae my liaa of wall aapw all mate on paiaiiap- r 1 Leek fu room ta i at cheap Well la Aaaly ta tamtaiaa Grocery If CaaifeT Bisae dits af the Hirhmtufl Baptist will java a Uann Uay daaaer y Kay i Tbeataeeads wiHpa MiildiB= of tbe Waaa anarch 61r 1fz2 ire lit tII ec + ff wn frajh ia May ar Jaae affiratda milkers Adess 1mo W ILTaaMAfiLrriaeKy 3ak Arais riU UMHCar oaf ar dl real i every m l city aiaaertya y We aUo collect reats 10 the paring cf taz S iasacaacel OaBJiaat11 H Cnxaru and L P EVASS prlfrif Eeal Bs it Man II Baaton Deatft 011 rr MiddSetans iIIstare 17tf Kibo Patent I ua Joaa X An gIdeaIr Boot SUo f TNZ KJJ IE 1J fVf SHOe I aa at Sj Sb Q f C afuliand J complete e line of t mensftjr jfnishings e tlli7F MAIN STR IDr Hobson Deatist Richmond Ky apr74L Bsst BThe teas of tbeKentarkvIastitatten far the Deaf win pl y Berea CoIIfgeI en the alters raands April 19 RrSik To splendid baiUie tots ia the best put af the tUf One is C9x2 l and tile other 16 x900 Far terms ap ply at this atte mcbSSif rarSzieS- atXKX hard brick oa my farm at Whites Station Will sell all er pert ta salt buyer See George D White Richmond ar tbe maa oa the pxcmi ses tf Tbe beet Denies af Jailiao and Brash Creak coals grain feM seed earn aad cmuoaitfei R Letcber W1U ft For TeL Cateaua NeS leaves taday with a car laad af poahry and eggs for thai SeW York market He will be oae aaant tea days W L Leeds narante e all wort done by hiw to be IENCKS Odl and see his beaatlfal line of wall paper tl ToSnL LKTm Ty ArI 213 1Ji3 aNTe occasion the Louisville it 8 Co will sell tickets ta LoD Apdl IMI fOl JDOII tnta2Switb faU limit 4 at one fare Jar ratnd trip CII B 01GJaorM td General Mai 1 MVS Mr and Mrs Jo S Joplin have N into their new tfMcocc recently pnmplflod aa West Maia treet Mr ad Mrs Sea L Bants have gaae to aqnsakeeping In the hoase fara erlyaeeaptedby W art Jaat Mayor D PoTeft adatiatstra erof Ute estate af Mrs Sallie T KasseU Ute Kas ell pbee oa West Main FOWI at public auction last Saturday property was boa ht br Mr BeaaeU the ptice bein a 5 Tbe let fronts SS feet an Main t4reet aad raas beck CM feet It L mid to be theburarii Iaten jaa to tear dewa tbe aht bajiMinf a d haUd a Km residence Y rdMr kraid If ked aanouaces ia ladays Ouiux Ids candidaey for tfae alee afCietk of die Madfeoa Circuit Quart Mr Urerk i wtII kaawn throafJMat tbe eonflaesaf tile county aad aeds no words fnoi as to inUo dace Mm fit the vote of Madi a lie if a men who is papular hh dwses urespeetire of aacsjr j alii aDd probably a other iliaD hi the ja1080e eoo e 0 RIce A1 n 0 AI noIda e 0 c c The I UPtodate ft Shoe Merchants Leaders in Style and Quality r AND s +tI 00 f Hr In rii ism f Dr Uobson dentist next door to Government building If Richmond Ky Ifor S3k on my farm at sell all or part George D White premiKSbtk DIicl A bald eagle which liiss been rob bing the farmers of Muddy Creek for along time was killed by Mr Dick Cob J on his farm near Wcco Saturday doming The bird was on exhibition at the office of County Clerk JCSEO Cobb Saturday afternoon and attracted ainch attention It measured 5 feet 9 inches from tip to tip Tie IstcrCbHcjtiU The luterCollegiate Oratorical Con test is to be leW in Danville Friday April la Mr James W Parker who Has a stcJentnt Richmond Jut year till represent Central University State Collepe K U zOO Georgetown will be represented by able men There will be n baseball came in the after I noon and a dance after the fpeat ing Give Letcber Yitt a trial order for coal Their JeJlieo and Brush Creek coats are the talk of the town feblS 3ni Cdkd to JHcHjan Rev Dr Harris Rector of Christ Church this city who is forced te leave here on aceonat of ill bmlth bas strepta a call to St Pauls St Clair Mich He expects to go to his new charge aitOUt May 15 Darine their residence In this city Dr and Mrs Har ris have made many friends wko regrei to see them leave bet vrlto hope the change of climate win be beneficial ta his health rcau hL Pendleton Williams tilted on Mr F Raids farm Tuesday eaormag a peculiar bird It is evidently a tpeciesof crane bat even those ef onr citizens hare best posled OH birdoteRv can lIkas1uremeeaW or its toes to its Mil Its Red is more than a fuet wag and its bill some sir inches Interior Journal Lawyer Sat to lift Tames A Yiotett a pf1MBl eat law yer of Frankfort and former Repre selatYe in the Legislators was tried in the Fraafclia Circait Coart test reeik for malieioaely shooting at poUcemaa Wingate Thompson He was rivea a fine ef SilO aud ordered coaiaed for six months ie the eoaaty jail Jadg Cantrill Averraled ine MMMioB for a new trial and the ease Till be taken to the Coart of Appeals kiadsollgnia Least 1Uc za Eeats r State Geologist Bitchley of Indiana says that Indiana Illinois Otaio and tbelreeDlefLYfeIBier lid that Indiana will have more loee ls than all tile oUter Ontral States pat together Only Basiern IIHaots wil be anected be fibFi Tbe last appearance of tbe iaeets in Indi aaa WAS ia 1365 They are expected to make their appearanoe about My i WarI of Sanaa Wae Grass Consolidation Traction Company hav ing completed the two sarreys to Xieh atasrille yesterday started OB the Rich aincid pike The first snnrry to Hich mood ehonld be coaipietedby Tfearsiar or Frfdar of this week TW big bridge 6ribe Keatneky rier will be the mest ex en ive part fIlaLe Bictunood read TIteStlTTeJSOB all otber pikes TriH be takea pas last as pessihleJby the e tteeri rp Hae W 1 Leeds t paper aad deoarale yonr bone AD work the b L tf A1 fuiIb Owe CbastaUa Bart Doaier armed crkh A writ arI Bill Hawkins with Ksarft and battery againtt the ptrjwa c U IV Whales attemptad to arrest Bawias one day but week bet Ha rkiDs scented daactr ram afar aad made a ash for Hherty tIteR tbechase bepsR in earaest v hilt and down throngh bottom land aed voodfaad pastere Dtaaer dee on his beets For two Mites tbcgr fairly rat tile wind alMl Jeft atm el blue IPeWIId then bnt Ilavtins was ffeeir oa foot siad cIieoIa tbe dnttfa Boer in the stretch of etyAreut A maa is often Ineky vhea be fails to set That be wants W aJ HeAlt4 AA AITDpI S8 Giren TicdTe Teas Ballard Combs who killed John Owens at nine Lick school house last fall was tried in the CircuIt Court last week and sentenced to twelve rears in the penitentiary Combs was drunk and attacked Owens while the latter was on his way home from church He escaped to Perry county wtere he as arrested in January Acqtattd en Ttro CJurfts Gus Delmntb against whom fin indictments charging Loose breaking and petit larcery were b dwasac quitted nn two accounts last week The three remaining caSs were con tinued until the nest term The cases tried were the one charging him with breaking into Mr Waller Bennett stable and stealing a eet of harness and one charging the stealing Hoar from Ike Forbes See S L Miilkiff and gd his prices on trimming painting and repairing All work guaranteed apr62t Extcir WOLIThe County Committee of the Young Mens Christian Association is eztend ing the work iO that before long the men in every srction will enjoy tbe priviltpes of the association Meters C R Boncher atid Elmer Deatherage were at Collects Hill Sunday and they tope to organIze an association there ia a ehort time Under the able direc tion of Mr Ioccber the associations at Paint Lick Beroa and this city are gracing in strength and numbers ev ery day ATito announcement of t5 H Thrpe as candidate far reelection to the office of Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court appears in todays CLIMAX Mr Thorpe is well known to the voters of Madison soeaty as an indoftrioaF honest and capable man With him the office k no experiment for In has a record that Fpeaks for itself He has fulfilled hia dnties as ofllter aad citi zen faithfully aFways working for the best interests of the county llr Thorpe corned of a kwg liae of Demo crats sod the priaciplesof Democracy arebred ia the bone Probably no other yoeag man in the county has taken so high a sand in his party as Mr Thorpe and certainly ae other ever discharged the daties of his office more earefallv Ia view of tbje past record we do nor beatal to reoMnmend him to the vo leTS of Madfeoa eoaniy A3seIa rarTbe gang of ffe btewera who have been workinc to Hteeessfally ia tbk pert of tbe State daring the pjatt oar Btontbs Tietted Irviae last WedHee day Bight The pestcfSes cafe was sapIpliesa SIMM BUll of aaooey beloairinx to the potawster Mr T Q Wallace The exact ainoant takes is not kaown hot probably amounted to aboet ScW Tfae Sberil ordered MaUfeans blood boends from Jessamine eoauty immediately after be was aotiSed of the robbery The bounds arrived at BOOB and were pat on the trail at once Tbe chase kept ap all aisht Starting from Ir vine tbe hounds went straight to Ctoy City and then taraed beck towards Ir vine Three saen were eaptnrod a short distance from Clay Citr and were taken lu the Irvine jaiL Their ezaarinin trial will be HId tHaY- ne offiears are eaaMtnt that theY have tbe rfsbt aen and it is hoped that tbe capture will pet a step to the robberies which have beeoae to Ire oneat in this seetioa Hd Da6 i a Hrse One of tile saddest occarresees in tbe history cf BstiH caoaty was the barains of R J Seriveaesrs boese sear Wagereville last Monday aigbt wbea Mr Scriveners oldest SM aced IT lust Ilk Hfe ia tile toxss Mr aad Mrs Seriveaer were awakened at tea oclock by the roaring uf the fixates The irtthought was the two chiWren who were deepiaz apSairE Mr Scrivener zmped Us way tbraagh the sooke to the apper reoa where beioaad tbe two b is staadisg by the window dai d aDd helpless He seized one and earned Was down stairs aad then etarted back ibrtbe other bet before be eoald set ta Mm tile Aiats had saiaed achlieadway that be was com pelled to tern bmek The bey seemed aaaUe to amve ar ta aVe aay eSurt te sue biaaself The younger EOS wile was rescued was sede sly bet aot fatally burned Mr aad Mrs Ssriveaer w Jkei ta tbe beme ef Mr Jonah Wagers a dfeiaace of Hearty two cailes where they feaad shelter Mr ad Mrs Serireaer bare a Jam aaabr of relatives ia this eaaaty aad la Ks tp who snnpalhin deeply wfca them in their great fenae Tbe largest stock ef carriages ever brought Ie this city nMW beseea at EL Midkia They were beagbt ta M sad that we prapese 18 do If yaa daat beHere It cat aal get prices apM2t Ec =1 TLebacebafl gaate te Le pfajeden the Campas rt Friday afieraeKi greatestIMaia sUeel will cress bats with tbe South deaad all the pfayere are te be JIHckedlMBi tbe inaare tetweat Sec joad awl Thini streets It will be a caae worth goine m9cs ta see The teuns will awl be made ep ef raw leIemits wall tbe fiayers haveaude records an tfae diaa ead Many ef them are still pread vt the repetattwi made years asd years aa Aa ad- aisswa fee af twentyfive ceate will be cawrsed the j ctds ta s la tile PatI tie A day laanaary Gzae war 1J- elealWat thtee aMeek The StUB viii ap as fattaw- sXarthside Seathside J SCiatcber C Feie FerriH ETZBSIPTe eII 3ad E Dauberzce Cap ntJ811 3 d 2teaJe Beaastx- KSDzaJaaes HY Blzute- aCFGeldeu liafasSI B- SSFB Panis LGrinactd- LF 10 E WMds WixiSoijerfsy S Sab- sDPAnnJD Aifeacte BM9Bea Joe Jose w C Bendt Jobs S Mam R aSec1te W S AmoJd Wm Po wrfl Dr aH Vaajtt- iearge Slsaeaeirn Dn Sbaeketfard JoboBcraard TJSmitt ueSmit RTPo BCml Jebn W Beck Teris H aeJy Heaiy Vblte rles clum Drl 01 The empires Will be ReT Hagi Mc Lsfea and E E Tssrley Every sab Uitsle Earned ia bsabve list wa take i foil iaibe Pee AH boor eaas t be n ir pleaezsilT spest tbas to risitthe Carriage Weitc elS TL MkJkiil wbire is di f4 yea eee- ai the flaws M51tDeIts1 ba es csrrbzes ghte mg nai rts e IX PERSOINAL W S Jones of Fayette was in town yesterday Mr Harvey Keff returned from Sew York Wednesday Dr R M Farkes of Louisville spent Sunday in the city Mrs B L Middelton Is visiting her parents In Shelbyville Prof L V Dodge of Berca paid the CLUIAX a call Saturday SHss Mary Little barplnrncd from a viVit t relatives in IxDuitiville- CoL Luniii Hood of Covlngton has Iwea in the cltv for veral dsv Mr Junnh Vagenr of Wvgerstiile Eslil county was in town Tliursdaj Mis Annie Cuheii of Versailles is tile guest uf Mr and 1rH11 S Cohen Mr Dtid Uall of Shelbyvllle hn been visiiicj ftieuds here for feveral ny JiS Erne Nee of Oweurbom ia lie guest of XlriC n Bonclier on lliird street Mr It If CVIemiin ef LeliftHon it itel friiodi here nevcral days last w Miss Lucia Hiirnam Is viKitiag her mother Jol3 A It Hurwani and Saw ily in Frankort Mies Aljie Bern has returned to Oynlliiann afiera visit te her titter Mrs 2f V bite Shrriff It M Garrett and Depaty sheriff C T Gritustead of Irviae were in thedtyFjidsy Rev V A Etsenhart attended be meelinj of Transylaua Pretbyteo at Ddaville last week Sir Knight D P Aimer went to Dduville lot week at pert tlie Uwa uiandery of toot city PJduRondlKyfamily Lexington Herald kliSltelbyviUe French LlekEjrlncs accompanied by her siMer Miss Bird Gainen- Mr and MrsJD Allen aDd little danznier are the gaetts of Mr and Mrs J W Zonac at Hotel Ulyadon- Mr James W Smith has returned fioui a months etay at Crab Orchard Springs mlle improved la health ihs Hagh McLellaii aad little daughter were the caetlt of her sister Mrs Pryor Jfeard in Shetbjville last week Mrs dark Keltegg aad Iktle daugh tel Marie Lwue were in Ij xington htitweek the guests of her mother Mrs R CL Morgan Mrs TftotapsMi BBraaa and Mrs Lilly Logan Keen were tbe guests af Dr aad Mrs J V Legan ia BasTille on Sandav last Mr Tom Hates who has made his home here for several years left Tester Jay for bis old home in Fresno OIL mack to tbe regret of his friends here Miss Anaina McWhorter who baa1 been ia Richmond fer some time has returned to her home at this place We are glad ta see her boae again Laadon Democrat Janes Bppersoa atteaded Clroait Court at Ittebawad Wednesday Mrs IS W Taraer of PJcbinoad fe the Rest of her sicter Mrs John E Garaer AViacbester Democrat TIle marriage ef Dr Jeseufa J Schafbaasea aDd Miss Margaret Mc Govera of this city is announced The atarriage wiM A eolemcized at the Catholic cberca aext Tuesday April iir dareaee Woods of Ricbraoad welk8 wa in aewepaper ckdas and ths tip for eretarj ef Seaatar Me j Crearr passed through the city ta Frankfort Tnesday Lextaztea Os strvtrMr and Mrs B W Taraer aDd daughter Miss Lacile af Kiehaand are tbe gaestsef Mr aad Yrs a E TheYjwere ferIyears book keeper with the Soathera Metal lavestsjeetCompsBy basn cigDed bis poithere to ac cept a place with McCaan OompanyVi ebiaa stere Mr Prather entered apoa his D W duties Y61enbJLuiD Herald Mrs WT Bitter and children ar rived fnHB Madisen ceeaty this week and they viiI make loadaa their fn taretMHoe It will be remembered that Mr Hitter un k charge of the Landan BIIer mills Mate time since asaiRer lie Jaa tjude many friends for IIlasel a l the lalB see be ac eepted tile pestrioa Loadan Deua crtt RELIGIOUS Bbhop Lanis W Bartea will preach sad eaeSrai a dats at Chrifl chweh this city next Ssadcr serwa The next ineetiax af Traasrlvaaia Presbytery Kertl ill be htW tthe fctcaad FRsbytexiaa charcb this city Thvrewat be ae services at Mlver Creek clupd at Whites Sutiaa oa the third SzU tb of tbls maatk Set tbe meajbers are arged to be present on the feerth Szbbatli as there win be za aadref JEjporttnw toatlendtw Keg HlarserriceswiMbeiidd SQ tbMday- DsrlB tfee sesileas el tile Traasyi Taaia Preibrtery af tile Xerera ebarca this week Dr aId McDwudd Sya dksl raisaoaary aBaeaaced tbaihe had recesred leads ascresatiog ISJCO3 to Ioe devoted to wErk in Eiitern Ken tIck The tBeoey will be ezpeaded ia the jeaadtes of cbcrefeef znd Kboise DaaviftB Adveaie The misEiaairT sodelies of tie Firs Pretbrtcriajj cbarch L Jd a praise serv ice last Snadiy ifiemcwa ia mcjaory el Mrs Cbarlatte WitPnp Belt wits vest Iroa this cbarea ta Karea ia iflSi The proxraa ceeststeo ei scripture readwjzad aa address by tile jttster ose or two BKZS by the chadrtaa Mison Band aaQ a sketch er Mrs BtTs Hie read Iry eae efibe lafiesattae society Tbe laaacwa tolIeHie DtariMe Advocaie say Billy May residto zwar P OUadeI eraad Sl ears o1dsa 1Ie1hoaist mezra 1Iitilr1t a1- WUdRl from dtBreh 3 009 cesptes 5a eoaxriag BasteIII dered Kikxl ia ta mere aozall8 Hn ei ri 39 ye rs m itfeeBt a mirror xodsc xtever bses iboard a sa3rcaid trala H basi beta qorrkd three ieaesasd has 32 ti i2J Idres I gm dt 15 cnst jgraaa cbfiares axid 7 RJfcei Rrcs- jrasadcMWjiea Wheaaix y be tskf3 1IJr JURi tS1Jwf raA1dNL MATRIMONIAI McCiaxAUAMLoEMAX Virgil Me Clanahan of Valley Ariew and Miss Lydia Jx rman of Jlockcasle colinty were married in this atr last TueslayB- ABCXATKuiIiBELL H P Baldaj oflRedof Jlayinond Shearer tomorrowI McGoiBE To the wife of W S McUuire an eight pound hoy Uedi oesday April 9 CaptainJack welL tie fjmaas He saver of the Kentucky liver ia the prond lather ot twin girls DEATHS TrBPijf Elby the little child of Mr and 3Irs G W Tarpia dill at Red House April 8 of brocbial pnea monia Burial iu tfae Richmond ceme tery Wednesday BABX Rcdolph Banm a plO itent young business man of Mt St rli g died at the home of hM mother ia that city Tuesday April 8 after one weeks illness of pneumonia Air Bneat wis a brotherinlaw of K E L Bijrgerstail of this city He has often visited IB Richmond and has a great many Heads here who regret to hear of bis aotimely death GEKTBY Mr Thomas Gentry aed 78 years died at his home near Wise maatown Saturday laet after an illnes of several weeks The immediate cause ef his demise being heart failfar De ceased had been itT poor health for mere than a year but tboee familiar with his Btroeg cOBKtituttoH believed be woeld live perhaps for years yet to dawn But not EO When it seemed that bis condition was improved so much so that he bad gotten out of bed lad raised to a standing position the death angel witboct waraiuz and with great surprise to thcee near and dear to bite struck the form that was so frai aad thus reaped aaolber victory br death Mr Gentry was prepared lrthe aaal tvmmwe bavieg aetoeiated hiaBelf with the Chtistian church B re than fifty years ago and bis life as an f xainpie that we fcbnnid fuiluw 7 he funeral serriees were eoadafted at the resideace Sunday afternoon by Ilev Caleb CatnpbelL after wbieh his re mains were laid to rest with masonic heiMHg beside tboe of biB wife who piee ded him to the grave six yeaig Deceased leaves a family of six efcil drea Mr n L Gentry Ibis dty Mr AD B mon0f Mteouri Mrs Wm Mrs Thee Wtiovo ami Mrs Sun Hxnnllt n oJ Estill e0 Hty Deat forget the Kteat benefit kill game en tbe Celles Campus next Fri day aiteraoee lurking on Street Hrs earreJiuofof neuralgia aDd rhemuatkm at tUwr work of totaieat 3Iudern inagie iu the ferm ef Perry Davis Paiukiiter eoaqcers the imps and restores pta0f UJMMI with ouoiioit of body Yuwill save roarself atany a day of tuU remedyfakMter Perry Davi ltaaguea ia mea are a sign of what hng 821S are in quadrupeds donkeys Aa aether never BOWE what btid staff be eaa write autil be x tana saceesslaL Look tile Fut ia be Fate The pro rees of a bad raid toward gallepiag eoueami tioa may be terri trfyeudden lB let thuJy lact fngbten TWO but wbta jron begin eaagb take Alleas Lens italsaiu tua Maps the cough by coring toe eokt- Prepaiatioas eoataiaicg opium iu rely TbereiaI5IJII Sold by alt drugists Tfae e otift coaM die Jiappy if be thought be could deliver bis ewa fo aeral ertioa Free medical advice Men andwem ell 1fertsg from ehronie dieases ant invited to eoarak Dr Pierce Buffalo K Y b letter sbsolateJy wKltoat let er charge Pee moP than thirty yean as chief ceBsaWng phydciao to tbt Invalids Hotel and Sar ieal Ia tituu af Batlal N Y Doctor Piercs La devoted lnnuelf to the treatment and care ef cbronlo forms of disease Af etsted by bis staff of nearly a Fcore oi phyetettns each isia a specialist bis GBeeess has bee pbeairfiKtnai ninety eight r1UIIS in every hundred treated being abolutt4y and aitopetber cured Woaten have especially anile tLe m selves of Dr Pierce oa r of tree oun saltatioa lt letter thereby avoidiop the aapttaaaat qneetioninpi tlie ob oxicMu uzmi oeB did Ioca treatmeata eoaadered necessary by same gracfitioBers Over lofi a mil alee woaaea have beea treated by Dr Pieree aad his stag for dk ai s pecn liar to women with savaryinz sacee B Write wiihaa fear as without fee Every letter is treated af arMJr pri ale lid fiaeredlyeaaa4eatialandall aaswers are seat ia plaiD eavelpfee beariag aa priatiaz apoa tnem Ad drew Dr E V Pier Worlds Dis earary Medleet Idiee Beazla Lots of fdles are not as bright as their aeekties nuke then spfemr A RED =UOtf SPECIAL IN 8UIT8A T 8OO By a stroke of good luck coupled with 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 BfAUTY AND flNNfSS and would readily bring J250 but weve decided to rush them out at the small price of 800 a Suit A great oppor tunity dont miss it Our collection of Spring Suits ranging in price from 5 to 25 is by far the Biggest and Brightest and Best ever seen in Richmond high quality garments built to fit and fit to wear bought dose for cash and sold at small profit prices OUR HANDMADE SUITS grf have no superior anywhere they fit and hold their shape equal to the finest custom work = and cost JO to 15 under tailors prices 11ja g G 6 1 g Q JAg Q If p ELDER9S STOR E IEI I lfil1J WE HAVEUST RECEIVED OUR SPRINGST F 11 Carpets Maitings Rugs andIltJfi61 Which is opened for inspection at prices that defy competition You are invited to come and same j jty i Jl Ei asz Ye seeartd a bareai in a lew LunireJ nicely decorated I Jardinieres wbich we offer at about onethird leu than it eDIt to sake them 2329 35 3 aad fie Dont wait it wont lact loos Cant get any store A prettitat OF 41 and 6f jard pieces now sale you save money about r regular Dont fail to ook over them India Linens 61 i Si 10 121 15 and 20e Dont fail to see our new Percales Madras Cloth for Shirt i li JH = n iRespsctfuIIy Submitted to the Cash Trade Q k Lklks wiehinf a rfjlirfi costame for spring should call an Mies Emma Golden who K a w leeated ia the Habsoa bnaWiajr eext door to poetottee lie Gaidea fe prepared lado all kndeof Etnriag iroai tae amplest jarmeat to mastetebomte tailormade wit H York fetare u yteaas aad her Ittcsarel a ble GaUtm Will be laaad tbe Hobtoa 1Ir If h3tf re J L 18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Black Dress Goods For This Week Ecery coaoeivxble fancy tylkh and ta l6 We loand bere Ererr yarf esaraatetd Osr M amwr Goods are ej eeadlv attrae tiveaad naequaled Tbe I aaakera EarirIMl mreaBl Aatorica are r prtt BUd All of cr B aek G ede are a neb beaatf fol Uaclc Oar sale tbte week wiM be rwBemfcered Laspiwsand Pntstlr Heari la8 SBk Warp mb S2 this ett ft SIS aad 41 Si Laasdewiie at SlJi Mf4rwe wort h H t 1 AD worf Cvaeam3Kn lse ven1 aw tbisFaeSl BeaauM Greaadtoes at iowest pricfs Gored Dress Goods Special EnrTthiJl thai is B rsr tbat is dalatr ieaixMe ot dresgr vaJf hcre ID 2rta wit is fall tf ih best ilnd frpnag J VarleSieJlUe vaadeffaHr Hberai the prices are the tare IICnS itia iii iviele 1lOIII J CIOIrJn a- A aM E er SUi this 1 at Iyard S5ioel Cheviot SiJrtws Mrth Sioi at SI PfZJ JSPECIAL DISPLAY OF PRINTED SILKS tTfee Tirteesof prialed Sii A are aty Wekaww rfa 1akX thm IIi i rtiJii 5 fHL They reat ibebctsfe- tcfp paiirity Thedfefe a S are csatreCed lam The ad 15 quJi are aft e 1Dd c u u eTen k8e eokw best f s ladI UTddAzt cTddUat su Uil- I w Laoe ztad Harfia CattaaK 14 all the TrC Istert Prices the i wtera a o4ei GB t1i2Wt 4atti ge 6 wll lienid 6sH for 1r tt nwjtr JBpw UJTM Slatt BreaftituFh Cfctrisef 3i elnllrh- A st7 AVskia aIt tl fIrj J WAcT aON ii fS WDI IUOfCXlY j ci It pr We are tb Hue of r 1 tK 4r Jwe erer bad Infant j ho JOc ap Mime 1 Mo to tl 25 Boy b TTic To IJVO t iS r hr on will i5 and th ia fIi SI 1 of all 51 JI 2f OWiAk 2C t4We r 1ft Ia Clothing will gay we have tbe beat atetfc shown and at price to anit 70011 it I JJ08 yards el Gi vUrtb at IeDomHr we iiare plenty at all pricea J Jw have pteaty at all priaaa WeatadMMriar the JaIpIfit Btotfc ot Cadet ever NrD at Se to tSO JIJk ta J r il 11 rJ 1II t aiten tLijTBI iilinspect KemembrM ebowiog IfbI CHosr Wte toS3 AM fjANOTHER LOT Remnant Embroideries price Wais16r WATSON tH whichdate 3beetidga Kleomoad ISet Ol1eeJ It is time yon were thinking about your 59L LlLe and therefore it is time to think of us You cannot be too particular about your FURMTURE A You want a large and varied stock to select from Yon want wide variety of prices You want in telligent courteous serriee and above all you want the right prices We are prepared to meet ail of these wants in tbe fullest measure aad earnestly ask an inspection of our stock i eforept ciagjrour order IIRICHMOND KENTUCKY Yi A Hobs Fobs Fo1JSi LAMES AND GENTS FOBS k a oeeUM1MWrCIf tWe 98 aQ9 V ICTTOR BOGAERTMAWFACTJJtiG JEWELER AND IMPORTER fi7E5 tST LEXINGTON KY j8 FM Pd s a- tI j 1lTTir 1I r Rose Comb White Leghorns The Midwinter Egg Machines Eggs from prize winning stock JFor J5 H S G MORGAN nar2G4in WHITES STATION KY Mutual Pool of Future Events The Kentucky Derby Motropolitan Brooklyn and Surbnrbau Handicaps American Deiby elC Estimated value of each pool 100000 TICKETS SI EACH For entries circulars and full par ticI IlIrs address Mutual Sweepstakes Assn Milton Young Mgr Lexington Kentucky Reference Lexingtoa City Nat Bank Mmar8w A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in gold and silver has come to be pro verbial Men have the same leaning but they disguise it Here are scores of fancies in gold and slher for very littlo money The quality of every piece in our stock is iif nnrmteed excellence L E LANE fl j Louisville Henderson and St LOUiS Railway I Homeseekers9 ExcursionsA- T LOW RATESI TO THE WESTTic- kets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points vgNsrv vsNJX For Further IrvformtaLtiorv Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY ki KJ w Ii- CltA r ++ CALL AT+4++ JONES MERSHON + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by up to ate and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssssssessssssssssssss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Soft Harness You can mato sour barn as eon as a glove and as tough ns wire by using EITUI2KA liar neaa Oil You can lengthen Its lifemake It last twice as long as It ozdtDIrUyEUREKA Harness Oil mates a poor looklnc bar ness like new Mule of pure heavy bodied oil es J poclaUy prepared to with atand the weather I everywhereI Haifa 6j STANDARD OIL CO CURL Y URD Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mange Eczema Distemper and Fits and all the ills dog flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons Flea and Shampoo Soap ib the onlv dog soap on the market guaranteed to kill fleas For sale by PERRY THOMAS maz2G4f FROM H Irt ANDflO RO D 0 RKBANDS ARE Of EQUAL OF postate Our offer Presents for Tags will expire Nov aoth 1902 COHTZNENTAt Write address outside package containing Tags forward Tags registered exprrs prepaid catalogues fly BROWN 4241 Folsom Ave Louis Mo Spring 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Cham brays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftonts Shirts Gibson RICHMOND KY n I felt s FROM I and Old PIa w IStarAL- SOPAPERiADS 4IJA PILL4tNA 1- itVIAk WV 9GASTAGS VALUEANDMAYBEASSORTEDOur CATALOGUE PRESENTS FOR 1902 ttrsctiveListtwo cents of your name and on oi and by mall or Be belostto C A St For Wash Celebrated Wnit AND 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 in di ate 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 Orleans Stopovers at Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans and other points east of the Mississippi river 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 pamphlets describing Vicksburg Dallas and the Battlefield at Chickaniauga W C Rincarson Genl Passenger Agt- Cincinnati Ohio Buttermilk Buttermilk as a remedial agent cannot be praised too highly The lactic acidthe sour of the buttermilkat tacks and dissolves every sort of earthy deposit in the blood vessels Thus it keeps the veins and arteries so supple and free running there can be no clogging up hence no deposit of irritating cal careas matter around the joints nor of poisonous waste in the muscles It is the stiffening and harrowing of the blood vessels which bring on senile decay Buttermilk is likely to postpone it 10 or 20 years if drank freely A quart a day should be the minimum the maximum ac cording to taste and opportunity Inasmuch as gouty difficulties usually arise from sluggish excretion buttermilk is a blessing to all gouty subjects It generally stim ulates all the excretories liver skin and kidneys It also tones the stomach and furnishes it the material from which to make rich red heal thy blood If troubled with gout avoid meat sweets pas try wines spices hot rolls bread of all sorts and every thing belonging to the tribe of fermentsExWe this place a curiosity in the shape of hu man flesh says the Elizabeth town News who is sixty years old was in the Civil war and has every dollar of his war money has the suit of clothes he wore the day Lee surrendered has not slept in a bed but four times ill six years and has not had ieiatmi but once since 1900 tItl tilL was when William Jtrimingci Bryan spoke in ttlizubethtoWa his never been warned and was never known to wait on but one girl and tnat was over fort3r3Tears ago he was never known to ride a saddle or go to church He is a man in good circumstances neighborly and honest If there is another such cnn osity this side of Cuba will some one please give us his addressMen overestimate their capacity They never know wherijhej have notigli until LIfter they alqllle- t o much The diver dies without air to breathe The consumptive dies airIindicates the consumptives pro gress As the lungs grow weaker less oxygen is inhaled and the blood changes from scarlet to purple Oxygen is the life of the blood as the blood is the life of the body GoldIlungs is to strengthen them to enable the full oxygenation of the blood arrest of disease and heal the inflamed tissues Lung diseasea have been i5 and are being cured by n Golden f Medical Discovery in cases deepseateI cough frequent hemor rhage emaciation weak nightsweatshave I termination by consumption 9 4Some years I l9 almost a help thatIsumption writes Mr Chas Press iT6 P oC Sltka White Co IndtlI-was confined to my room for several months lay friends and neighbors had given up all hope my recovery until one days friend advised me to take On Tierces Golden Medical Dincov cry and after I had taken the contents cf the second bottle began to improve After taking d1ivere4Istrone and hearty man Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the clogged system from accumulated I 1 Good For Rheumatism Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular tlieumamm which caused me great pain and annoyance After trying several prescriptions and rheumatic cures I decided- to usa Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in the South Jer soynian After two applications of this Remedy I was much better and after using ono bottle was completely cured Sullio Harris Salem N J For sale by Stockton Hngan 1m He is a good physician who auminir ters medicine to the hearl in the share of wit and humor Shot in His Left Leg For all kinds of sorps burns bruises or other wounds DeWittn Witch Hazel Salve is a uuie cure diseases yield to it at once 1Never falls in cases of piles Cooling and healing None tonulno but Ue Wilts Beware cl counterfeits I buffered for many years from a sore caused by a gun shot wound in my left leg says A S Ful ler English Iml It would not heal and gave 5e much trouble I Used all kinds of remedies to no purpose until- I tried OeWitta Wilch Hazel halve A few boxes completely cured me Perry Thomas 1m Many a woman who knows how to dress herself knows very little about dressing a turkey Saved Many a Time Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is spring Stich cae often result boriouoly at this teasou just because people are careless A Jose of Out Minute Couch Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts at once Sure cure for couglis cold croup grip bronchitis and other throat ansi lung troubles I have Used Quo Minnie Cough Cure several years says Post master C O Dawson Barr ill it U the very best rough medicine on the market It has Raved me many a Severe fpell of tirkness and Iwarmly recommend it The childrens favorite Perry Thomas 1m The name on an nmnrella does not necessarily belong to the mall who has the umbrella Neglect Means Danger Dont neglect biliousness and con stipation Your health will suffer permanently if you do DeWitts Little Early Risers dire such case M BI Smith Butternut Mich says De Witts Little Early liisersare the most satisfactory pills J ever took sever gripe or cause nausea Perry Thomas 1m Too many people give God promis sory notes in order to have cash to spend with saRan- ANTITOXIN Full SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt show losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F H De Vaux after several years of scientific experiments and succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 mJ hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick twine will save at least 6S percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will bn refunded Any farmer can easily admlnhter the Antitoxin Ortleraccording the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 303eVaux Chemical Company Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprly We like to oousole ourselves with the d luion that the gropes just be yond our rrarh are sour A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and Colds in Chil dren I have not the slightest hesitancy CobjhHbmedycoughs or colds says Chits M Cram er Ksqa well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the Citv Dispensary first called my attention to this rnlun ble medicine and I have repeatedly used it and it has always been bene ficial It has cured me of all chest colds It is especially etfective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarse ness I have pnrsuaded many to try tIlls valuable medicine and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by Stockton Ha gal 1m The Great Dismal Swamp Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever achiest in the bones and muscles and may in duce dangerous maladies But Kloc tric Bitters never fail to destroy them md cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent tvphoid Ve tried many remedies for Malaria and Stow ach Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byesville 0 but nev r found anything as gocd as Electric liiilers Try them Only roc Perry Thomas druggists guarantee satis action 1m Rich mens sons most often make poor mens fathers Better Than Pills The question has been asked in what way are Chamberlains Stomach pllbOurmore pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as upiiiiLucyich and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect and their use is often followed hy constipation For sale by Stockto Hngan 1m A womans stationery does not always indicate her station in life Wants to Help Others I ha stomach trouble nil my life days Eilw leliler proprietor of the Union Bottling Works Erie Pa and ned all kiiuls of remedies went to several doctors and spent Considerable noney trying lo gut a moments pence Kinoily I road of Kodol Dyspepsia ure mid have been taking it to my treat sntixlaction I never fo inl its qtial Joe 11Imal trouble mid glaill recommend it in hope that I may help flyspepsiaCuront have to diet Kodol Dyspepsia nre digests what you oat Perry Thomas 1m Even tho flnJcr of hcoril may have a wedding ring on it tures lilouil Poison Canerr Ulcers Ecze ma Carbuncles Etc Medicine Flee saysIface nnd shoulders were one mass of jointsburningrun Ilown and discouraged but Botanic Blood Balm cured me perfectly healed all tho sores and gave my skin lie rich glow of health mood Balm put now life intft my blood and new unbiiiun into my brain ieo A Williams Itoxbnry face covered with pimples chronic sore on back of head iiipperntinjr ewclllnK on neck eating ulcer on leg bone paine itching skin cured cUy by Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs sad wales pimples running eorea curbunclev6Crofula etc Especially ndvisetl for all obstinate Iases that liave readied tile second or third stage JJruiibls SI To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Ga Describe trru hie milt free medical advico sent In sealed letter 1ur He i srlchwho has a wealth of fricada S t i MISS BONNIE DELANO A Chicago Society lady In a letter to Mrs Pinihani says DzAn Mils mnaiAM Of all the grateful daughters to whom you have none are moregiven glad than I My home and my life was happy w msS DON IE DEtAXO until illness camo upon mo three years ago I first noticed it by being irregular and having very painful and scanty menstruation gradually my general health failed I could not enijoy my meals I became languid nervous with griping pains frequently in the groins I advised with our iamily physician who prescribed without any im provement One day he said Try Lydia Remedies I did thank God the next month I was better and it gradually built me up until in four months Iwall cured This is nearly a year ago and I have not had a pain or ache since BoiraiE DELANO 3248 Indiana Ave Chicago Ill5000 forfeit If atmt ttstlmonlal h oat genuine Trustworthy proof is abundant that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound saves thousands of young women from dangers resulting from organic irregularity suppression or retention of the menses ovarian or womb troubles Beiuse substitutes Manhood would be a beavy burden were it not for the recollections of onr youthful flays Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take ilie place of tho one re cently destroyed l y 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 and adjoining counties always paying the highest CASH market prices We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your pro duce andwe willconvince you that wa propose to lead in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROSN- ear L N Depot SPjanly RICHMOND KY Loiinilb k Htlulie MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TKAINS LEAVE BICOMOND or VenallleaLavrrencebur g03 ambyvilie Louisville shell 230and Cincinnati For Irvine n 1151 am For Millers Creekn 300 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 1151 am Cincinnati 82Gpm pmFromO St BROWNING Gen Mgr CHEAP RATE it OF One Cent Per Mile TO Dat8bs e8os April J 8 to 20 I to BY Illinois Central Good to return until April tO prby extension to May 15 Account of Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans Sons of Veterans +fM + Liberal stopover privileges Including opportunity to visit scene of famous siege and New National Park site at Vlcki burp andOklahommorViclcsburgthong lorKentuckyRHFOWLERT- ray Pass Agtl C R R LocisTilleKy SPECIAL NOTICE Confederate Veterans and their friends can get full in fqrrnation by calling on Dr J M Poyntz GO W st LOWEST RATES EVER IN EFFECT To- Alljmportant Points In California Washington Utah Oreg nt Wyoming Mont na and all other Wcsteln States vi C H DOne way tickets sold daily until April J0 via AH REGULAR ROUTES tspecja1Ipointtsok1 18 April andtl5 Apply to railway agents jr addtess D G EDWARDs T M V Cincinnati Ohl F ij As good a Plow As Money can Buy ++ + + + ++++ + + t+ + ++ + + Standards warranted for rile tNo other Plow made gives w sucha guarantee I++ + + + + t + ++ ++ + + + + + 7TYTT L We have a full line of Disc Harrows and Cultiva tors such as Jenny Lynn New Departure rd e Brown One Cultivators ranging in prle from 15 to 2250 Come in and give u a 4rcalI when in needof anything in this line fj We are sure we can filLyour wants at a reasonable price J f r c The Davenport Wirelss Checkrow Corn Planter Is one of our Specialties This i something new and every farner v should examine it before buyirr PlanterIP j rOur line of Collars Pads Back Trace Chains Hamestrings etc is complete We will give you 03 a Low Price on these goods We ta handle the t Majestic Range V a Also Born Steel Range You will find th t RocrgGutteringby us Let us give you an estimate on y irr vwork Respectfully yours tf Arbuckle Simmons 1ta t 1t t b tt Pittsburg Central Stock far Pittsburg Pa R R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers rearrangedItBest distributing point East of the Mississippi for Baltimore W g Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle anti all oilu r of stock- ConsJtnllltlIts for Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonnell Genl M ISdecly 4TIER Free Reclining Chair Cars Iron All IMPORTANT TEXAS POINTS Double Daily Service to ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIANTERRITORYTEXASCtO1TAW 4 MtraphU to Uttla Rock 46 HPURS Mimphlj to Hot Sprigs Q HMPHIS FreeRecllolBiEquipment Unsurpssd Superb Service JlempMi Ticket Once Main St FRANK GRIFFITH T rJiTonD r BLACKMA T P A ToDDSQQEOLittle hock Ark smayly Tam agent for the Page Wire Fence JAnd will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tt es DurockSersej11ogs J T COY- Kirkyille Ky SHARIFOAMt it Vegetable Shampoo J JJJ The JthehalrremOleSdaudrtluaUdatops i Leaves cannotgrowbaironbalfi hair to its natural color We gusT weclaimf PRICE 25 CENTSJw For8ateByJt E C WINESManufacturedCUILDS tex1ngtonya JI t 0 j MORE LIVES ARE SAV BY USING Dr Kings New Oiscot MMFOI Consumption Coughs arad C By All Other Thrc Lung Remedies Comtci This wonderful medicine posit cures C PneumoPilFeverPleurjsy Croup Cough NO CURE KOPJ Price 50c 8 SI Trial Bottle E r KodDyspepsia Cu 1 Digests what you eaU This preparation contains 0 all kin ltgiveslnstantreliefandfans i tho food you want The most sen5 stomachs can take It By Jts use faUedcunequalled rea with weak stomachs First doserelieves Adletunnec- fCm aH sicmach troui ODEW1rrCtCTa Fur sale by Perry JcThoraw