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I T I I ifTf 1113 r RICHMO D Lii ri ILUME 2Bii RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KEN iKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 23 1902 = I rrJ NUMBER 48 IIII I terN r ver Vet AND WE HAVE ON HAND ije3terOne j about Six 6 Plain Stoves that we wilt sellat Actual cost 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 lJf jt Jf J i liver ChillecJi F ft I have just gotten a fresh line of Collars Hames Back I bands and Plow Bridles and everything else to make I another crop and will sell the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE as we have always done Ii SHACKELFORD Jco Main Street J RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on IWI splendid assortment of ourI +++ + + ++ +44 + + + FURNITURE iy H+ +++ 4+++ +++++++++ i which is more extensive now than r ijtever Every line is cristlfng with Holiday selections To properly celebrato the season You will probably desiresomo new piece We have new chnirs Tables Buffet China Cabinets itle onrtJ8 f everything suitable for the Dining RoomIron Ueds fnll stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables ia varietyand beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever IfforedRockersany style you mny wUh Couchesv try latest dcslgie See the line of Leather GoodsSPicture Framing Ctrpers Matting and Rugs 4 + + + ++ + + 4+ + + ++ t+ ++ + I JO S JoPLIN I 220222 W Main Street t4 + 4+ ++ + ++ + + +++ + ++++ + ++4 + + Undertaking a SpecialtyEijiior w OMES HOMESIi Ji- i q AN OPPORTUNITY o GET A GOOD HOME CHEAP rrhe uiid Stone Luid Company have determined to offer for the next 0 Days desirable homes of ten acres and up at the low price of from 300 TO1000 PER ACRE Tbs I01lPIII owns over Three Thousand Acres of land on the Kentucky Irill DiviBun of the Louisville Nashville Railroad on the waters of Round esper Creeks in Koch castle county Ky and are now platting and vlir nilie ihtotflrJI 0iMnnil desirable farms ned putting both lots and etfi rts uiiliin the nat ii of anvone desiring a home or a business or llrTP IHHI beinc Irlitltff in Conway a growing little town on thoLNt Isarremlv met IflI ConWay two large general mercantile stores lii ILbnr Scliowl Imildinp etc Con way is Mttmted in a beautiful vnl Iwwt tiv miles smith of Herin CJolleire one of the largest educational insti si luSouih mid those warning their children to pet a highclass edu e J luve thom HtlenJ ibis Coilejm from home on horseback or vehicle r nuwny ItllIleel for UK wAll of lithia water Persons coming Wit kill y or Madder trouble realize almost instant relief fie land iflercd fur calc is mostly very fertile Will raise corn or any of itren s and is especially adapted to a high grade of tobacco and is very tine turownig land At Conwnv re is a ready market for ties huh timber and fn and there is on a great portion of the land offered for sale enough tim IfrketllJl for market to inmiy times over pay for the land land offered for pale in not morn tliph onO and onehalf mile from rail Matlon The latH mid lo s will he Mid for one third cash and residue able in one and two 3 cars Bearing fix cent per annum No sevurlty lluta linn on the land AIV further information desirtd will be gladly liMiKl bv the CompanylI WANT YOUR VALL PAPER ldas I have not hart the plessure ofabowitig you my l 1002 Famples of WALL PAPER mid Room Mouldings Everybody that has yet seen born pro l nounce them Far Superior to Any They have ever seen If yonim tlcipate do njr any Decorating this BprJnpr I can not only show you the greatest variety of good Papers ever shown but can ullTSAVE YOU MONEY TheMtnv papers that I aliow you aresnown nj St Louis and Chicago Paper Co In their foment stores in me know when I may clal at on residence and ohow you this flue of poodi wtal card will brinK hem to your door Bmartm W E BAXTER III RECORDBREAKER Will be This Years Wheat Crop Says Correspondent writbgfromAmerican farmers seededl last fall 32000000 acres 0f winter wheat an urea ofltOOOjOOO square acres in excess of what tmerThis great planting surpassed any other iuiBe history of American farming and will offset the djtmage done to the wheat crop during the long drought of fall and winter and careful inquiry in the wheatproducing States gives reason to believe that the crop of this year i1bb as large as if not larger thiiu the crop of last year despite the losses and damages it has suffered The duought of the fall ami early winter had even then damaged the prospects very noticeably As against 867 which represented the condition then December 1900 showed 917 and De cember 1899 showed the same figure The continuedn throughout January and Feb ruary but was broken in March and the last four weeks have been ideal weather in the whole West A pain staking survey of the present wheat situation indicates that nature has made amends in these last four weeks for the earlier drought and that Jbhe imperiled wheat crop istoa great extent restored Kansas has lost 1000000 of the 5883000 acres with which it started the season and Oklahoma Texas and Kentucky hapalso lost The condition Qf these States is low Kansas being given only 70 as against 105 lasfcyeavv The condition of the whqle Pacifitcoastis ideal and Missouri Illinois mid Nebraska also promise high yields Missouris acreage has increased by800 000 acres Unusual Case On Thursday stranger went into the Farmers Bank and handed Mr A W Over ton the cashier 30 remark ing that he owed the bank that amount which he had re ceived in overpayment of a check some eighteen years since He said the then tel ler of the bank who was Mr Theobald paid him 80 on a 50 check He said that he had been outof the State during all that time and that was the reason he had not return ed the money sooner The records of the old Far mers Bank of Kentucky show that Mr Theobald made good the 30 short in cash at that time and the money will be sent to his heirsFrankfOrtR- oundabout Senator John W Daniels of Virginia writes to a constituent that he is in favor of the election of Senators by direct vote of the people and will vote for the resolution now before the Senate r HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leucorrhcea and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her metises and to teep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINEOFCAPUIIs American women today Itcured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frankletter oiendeane Ky Feb lOOt I Am so glad thatyonr Wino of Cardul helping use I better than I hare for years I am doing ml own work without tnr I WaShed laSt we k and was nolone bIt tired That shows that tho Wine Is doiazmo good I wn getting fleshier than I fiver wa before and i1ee good and eat hearty Before I began taking WinD of I used to havo to lay dchrn five or six time every day bat donot thlnkof lyiwr down through the diy1sa UicUflD JONE 8100 AT BKDOGlSlS For adloe id Hterature dfiu pIg tcm 1b 1JkAdIQT =caaanoo ileOdL TBia Lr It DIAMOND PIN Stolen Six years Ago Re covered i Six years ago Mrs A L Ferguson hada handsome bar pin set with nine dia monds and worth 175 stolen The thief was never discovered and the pin wits finally given up as lost The pin however rhas come to light and Mrs Ferguson has it in her possession On Saturday a colored man took a pin to a jeweler in Lexington and ask ed him to estimate its value The jeweler questioned the negro and he told him Hattie Lewis colored had given it- t him and requested him to ask its value of a jeweler Th e jeweler was satisfied that It was stolen sroperty and no tified the police to be on the lookout for it The Lewis woman in the meanwhile took the pinto a pawnbroker and tried to sell it to him when she was caught by the police they having notified the pawn brokers that they would probably have such a call Hattie Lewis is a Georgetown wQm an and has been in Lexington about six months She Claims the pin was given her by Rosa Johnson another Georgetown colored woman who is now dead She says she has been ooking in several fami lies in Lexington and having lost her position and being hard up for monewahtodto- iiwn the pin The George town police were notifiedand the woman held Mr Ferguson and officer Vaughn went to Lexington Monday and the former identified the pin as the property of his wife The woman was brought to Georgetown by Mr Vaughn and lodged in jail She will have a trial Thursday Georgetown Times One Box Cures Eczema had a very severe ease ol eczema k ried several remedies given me flerent druggists but they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eymann rec ommended your Jlomlcks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOscar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by It L Middleton 5Iunely Has Mania For Horse Cloths There is a great deal of ex citement at the Kentucky As sociation track over the oper ations of an unknown slick individual who has been working along the lines of a professional thief So far in the last ten days he has vis ited nearly every stable on the place and relieved the trainers of their racing saddles and their finest horse clothes Monday night he visited the stable of Grater Bros and touched them up for 40 worth of stuff It is estimated that all told he has within the past ten days got ten away with about 500 worth of racing paraphernalia The thief whoever he may be is particular as to what he takes If a saddle is old and not of much value he passes it by and the same way with the blankets The affair has become a nuisance and string ent measures are likely to be taken to catch him The trainers have endeav ored to keep the police in ig norance of the affair as they are hopeful that they might catch the thief in which event they threaten to bang him to the tallest tree on the grounds without even allowing him a preliminary trial Lexington Democrat Life Guards The Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of the British household troops They are gallant coldicrs and every British heart is pioud of them Not only the Kings iimiselioM but yours ours everybodys sVnuld live its life guards Tim need ot them is especially great when the greatest foes of life disease find allies in the very elements as colds influenza citnrrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month of March The best way that we know of to guard against these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsaparilln the of all life guards It removes the conditiona in which these diseases nmko their most successful attack wives vigor and tone to all the vital or galls and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the bloods Itemem her the weaker the system tho greater the exposure todisease Hoods ear eapat ilia makes the system strong ins McKinley Moss intro duced a bill in the House shifting the counties of Lo gan Butler and Todd from the Owei1sboro division to the Bowling Green jdivision of the Western Kentucky Fed eral Court I Louthi t Alone3 Scotts Emulsion isfenot a- rdf medicine for aT folks We have never tried giving it to a rear fat person Ve dont dare Yousee Scotts Emul sion builds new flesh Fat people dont want it IStrong rBut tts Emulsion is the medicine for you It doesnt tire you out There is no strain The grk is all natural and eas7 You just take the medicine Imd thate all there is to it The next thing you know you feel betteryou eat better and you weigKt more It is a quiet worker lSend for freesample- cOTBOwNE ChemUtt 40 Pearl St N V sac ind 0011 drvsgotsT N A Chance For thei 9CW boO War A Washington dispatch says The decision of Comptroller of the Tleasmty Trace well allowing Indiadas claim of 643000 for interest and discount on civil way bonds notwithstanding the fact that a large portion of the amount had been eported adversely by the auditor of the war de partment will probably result in the settlement of Kentucky cLaim for abcjut 900 000 Indiana is the first of the several States to scure a favorable repoi4ipo1 its claim and the 1is low paved for the other States if they can produce tIpioper vouchers records and evi dence After favorable ac tion by the government officials it is necessary to have an item for the amount of the claim added to the urgency deficiency bill to provide for th payment of the sjinie In a Sink JEialeC I Sam Dunn was the hero of a disquieting adventure last Sunday As is his wont or rather his will he was calling on a lady friend near Lancaster last Sunday He tied his horse securely as he thought to the gate and then became oblivious to all surroundings of usual When he started home at a late hour neither horse nor buggy were to be seen A patient search fail ed to bring themissing essen tials to country travel to light and Mr Dunn thought some one had made away with them Both horse and buggy were recovered yesterday morning The animal had succeeded in getting loose and proceeded over an adja cent hill to a neighboring sink hole where he fell in with the buggy on top of him He remained there very securely until the next morning when a searching party extri cated him and restored him to his driver DanvilleNews A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was rellOlarprofession After administering three doses of it rnv son regained conscious ness and recovered entirely within MaryUnlterRemedy is for sale bv Stockton Ha san 1 m Johnny on Bullfrogs The bullfrog is large green and warty He can jump sev cral times his own length His voice is loud but not pleasing The bullfrog is shy and diffident He builds his nest in damp swampy places where it is difficult to track him At the slightest alarm he utters a low plaintiff note and immediately seeks refuge in the water He is a good diver and can swim like a fish except that he does not wig gle but kicks There was a frogonce that blowed himself full of air until he busted like a paper bag This shows the folly of vanity and self con ceit Oh my friends let us endeavor not to act in that manner but to be good and truthful Let us remember that life is short and that we must be up and doing Some people like bullfrogs to eat hut I would rather have pier ThebrRvest mesa those who arei afraid to be cnYKttat Iri PROViNCE OF A NEWSPAPER A Sensible Article on the Con duct of a Newspaper From the Earlington Bee It is generally conceded among men of best thought that a newspaper best serve the people when it tells the happenings of the world as they areand uotastheyshouk be The preachers and reformers are supposed to cover the field of reform and the newspaper though its t editorial column frequently touches upon the same theme but in thenews columns facts should be stated as they are without comment This does not mean that the columns of a newspaper should be filled with improper language or that things shoulbe told there which the youngand guileless should not know nor does it mean that the space shouldbe given over to sensationalism after the manner of the J yellow journals Hunting up and printing sensations merely for the sake of the sensation is abominable and reprehen sible and no modern newspa per of standing does it but there is not a successful newspaper of today that does not print the news from day to day just as it happens True some cases have to be handled with care but it is folly to say that newspa per worthy the name does not print the news The people want to know whatis going on in the world around them that is the chief reason they take the papers and it is the province and the duty of a good newspaper to supply that want in a clean legiti mate manner Wields a Sharp Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pillsthe most distressing too Stomach Livsr and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice Biliousness fever Malaria aO fall before these wonder workers 25e at Perry Thomas drug store 1in Proud Of It The Beattyville News says Capt Joe Harris was the proudest man in town this week all because he had sue ceeded in his cherished pur pose to get a new coach for the Short Line While the new coach does not glitter and gleam in the sunlight because of a superabundance of paint it is very comfortable inside and rides like a Pull man The seats are eane bottomed which according to the train crew is a decided advantage Will Newnam says that the upholstering of the old coach suffered through the inordinate appetites of raftsmenfrom up the river The velvet of the cushions resembled long green tobacco and the river men chewed it and when they smoked it an offensive odqr permeated the atmosphere SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 226 34 SIRED D- VThe Great Electioneer sire of 170 in the 230 list let dam Rosonont dam of 3 in the 230 list by Piedmont 2171 2nd dam Beautiful Bells dam of 10 in the 230 list bv The Moor 3rd dam Hinaehaha darn of SIn the 230 list by Bold Chief 4th lam Nellie ClaY by CM Clay INFACT is a bay horse J53 hands high His own r Mr C W Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trqtting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one him tIred and seventy in the 230 list shr passiusr all other stnlliona and INFACPS first three dams have twentyUn in the 230 list Bomelhingr that canaot be said of any other horse IMPACT has style action size ind breeding what else could the breeders want If yon want speed his breeding is suffieint to warrant that If yon are a saddle horse man and want srtrne thing fine with lots of action Di ACT possesses both Nearly all of the high class high acting horses that ell for big prices in Madison Square Gunlon are trotting bred which is absoluely necessary in order foe them to have action and speed Willmake thei 1livint 7 BMt Nc NpI iIJ Do You Know That Buggies and Carri age are from J5 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago Wo still have good electlon on our floor You save money by buying wand The Inclemency of the Weather goingi Caused great many our Lady friends to not out during our OPENING t And in order to not disappoint them we have kept great many the t SilkSkirtsStore any time during t Jf Next 20 Days soldAare being shown in this line to see our new silks new wash fabrics embroideries wash piques white goodsandJust received a new lot of m Tea = a = eOT5 5 girdIesmattings Very respectfully W D OLDHAM CO PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOESCTATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office B the Barnm Building next door to aimers National Bank fcb3ly ScrLIJI7 AJeA ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J O D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatZawRIC- IISIOXD KKSTDCKY CfiTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry 5 Thomas drug store PHTSIOIA1TS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in thf oe Cclini building andso Sec Street ovei iVmte t old druEitore CHAtS C HOOKER VETERINARY FURGFON Graduate Ontario Veterinary Cbuixc Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty sOmce at my stable on corner First ana Water Streets Richmond Ky H C JASPER M JO Medicine and Surgery Office Prather Building Street telephone at residence the Can pUce Droadway ICHKOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PlITSICIAX ASD SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY UZGIiTDZTT4L DT atthLoisor DESTISt- OF IxiciavtiXE KY fluildingIchmSndnoyl7Iy Harry M Blanton DENTISTIS Office in Bennett 1jan17 TELEPHONE 190 DR LANDMAN 7 hHotel Glyndon AVeanesday May 14 1992 i1t w d I l5icf o lose nothing style qual Vehicles of all kinds another season John Donelson Prop a of get a of the We Ask Office 27 apr7ly Main on k A s 7 g78 7 i Interest YOM 4 Certainly we can Every farmer and house somethingincall attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows i Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New necesttlzhousekecper we call attention to our line ofiti Modal Steel Ranges Southern Queen Cooking linekk and our prices will astonish you We carry the goods you must have and will interest you you will call and get our prices before plac 41 ing orders for anything in this line We ire t StudebakerFarmdurable wagon on the market We make a + specialty of Tin Hoofing and Guttering Mr W Buckley one of the best tinners in Ken tucky having charge of this department Call and let quote you prices and we will make 71 of you an everlasting friend and customer 9 TAVLOR = BROS tT r+ 4 + In will more if D cost us nURMAN has made Richmond the best market on Hides Skin 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 pay good prices Thurmau con pay better prices always the highest Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES ttlPofH Thurman Grocery Co Ijantf i1 DEAL AT SB ity and OOO Hurst Bros LIDepartment Store East End and you can get- your wants as we keep everything in Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade 4all the latest and prices lower than others OUl Sh is coinlcte and larger than ever oebefore We also handle Hats Caps Over alls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables 1inware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new lineof v GENERAL MERCHANDISE ofsallkinds We can save you money t we St4llflplllcqpurQlrllug pJ4EJ7 SJ HU ST ITDLPig OS ffT In Faded P 1 he Richmond Climax C CHENATJLT President A D MILLER y Manager BOBTS CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY APR 23 1902 PUBLISHED WKDN1HUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorpora- tedANNOUNCEMENTS We are requested to announce ROY WHITE as a candidate for Circnit Court Clerk subject to the action of tile Democratic party r We are authorized to announce DAN II BRDCK as a candidate for Clerk of the Mad son Circuit Court subject to the action ol the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination furClerk of the Madison Cir cult Court subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Hoping that my many friend in the fast will favorably consider any claims that have to the nomination and If nom- Inated I promUe to Use all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am flegpectfulI S H THORPE We are authorized to announce GEORGE D WHITE as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Conrt subject to the action of the Democratic party The South Mourns Major General J 31 Poyntz Com mantling the Kentucky Division Uni tell Confederate Veterans received the following general orders a few days ago Hondquarters United Confederate 1 Veterans New Orleans La April 11 1902 Ueneral Orders Xo 275 Overwhelmed with grief the General Commanding announces to his comrades anti countrymen that the great spirit of the chivalrous Lieutenant ijeneral Wade Hampton of South Car olina late Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia Department Uni ted Confederate Veterans took its flight to join Lee Jackson the John stone Beaurecard nmg Hood Forrest Stuart Shelby Van Dorn and the hosts of Ida comrades encamped upon the Other Shore at his home in Col umhia South Carolina 980 a in this day Truly can it be said of him that the blood of heroes coursed in his veins as he was the third bearing the illus trious i sine of Wade Hampton his grandfather having fought under Ma non and Sumter and was a Major Gen eral in the Kovoltiiioiinry War his fatli e a lifm in the wan front IS12 to 1815 and an aidedecamp to General InkO- Oln at the Rattle of New Orleans and miIint fan h iia gi and 1lull proudly upheld the ronown a vj bv Ills httntlc sires as he was Iliefoiir greatest Soldiorf a States man without blemish a peerless citi zen and a pure titan At the command of his native State he joined the Confederate Army as a Private and was successively promotep until ho attained the rank of Lieuten ant General and wherever the South ern Cross steamed out amid the wild light of Battle he WitS to be found fight in fur the South until the flag was loicvir furled behind the clouds of Aplomattoi having participated in nearly all of the battles of the Army of Noithern Vireinia from the first Man ages to the end and at Mantissas Seven Pines Anlietaui Gettysburg Tre viiian Station Havvos Shop md othei en nKemenls won undying renown In Peace he was no less renowned than in War and as Governor and Inited States enaor his conspicuous utility courageous fidelity to his trust and unsullied Integrity shed fadeless lustre upon the history ef the Palmet to State No attempt will be made at eulogy as words would he inadequate to c- xprs the love and admiration the Gen eral Commanding feels for this intrepid and typical Soldier this brave and gen tip mantohis warm personal friend CHIP of the knijhtliost cavaliers of this or any other Age Ills name and fame will bo cherished wherever honor man houil and chivalry are known and ap preciated as they already illumine the brightest psges of history and his glo riuuK deeds and priceless virtues entitle him to rank as one of the Immortals Tim General Commanding directs that alt possible honors be paid to hits ruwnory by the United Confederate Veterans By order B Gonno GEl MOOKMAX General Commanding Adjutant General and Chief of Stall Cl t8rowerLO LEXINGTON Ky BROWERS Closing Out Sale We have decided to discontinue our Art Department and offer our entire block at absolute factory cost- QQO ver DJ hnh- rtiti11y of rr nUQ ric urn Tn nriiriiml designs anti strik iug eUct conmrJsing Ewh- iiias Water Colors Inutogravures Engravings Sheet Pictures CopleyPrintsloster ipHl Coon Combinations FrenchCreatIOns Made Up Frames Lane assoitment of Fancy Gold Metal Frames genuine S InWoodular finishes Artists Materials All of our PaInts Brushes Boards Crayons and in fact overy article found in a first uluss stock of this kind Every articlemarked in plain fig lire tins stock Is ew and fresh bouhtforolfered in this sale at Just what It cost us This ii a grand Opportunity to add a choice picture to our collection See window display IL f Brower COJ MAIN AND BROA3 WAk- rLBrjNQTON ICy NfNlJ L H1 PERSONAL Mr R E Little is in Wolfe county lhi4 week on business Mrs Z T Rice is speuding the week with her parents at Lancaster Mrs W W Watts and Miss Emma Watts were in Lexington Saturday Mrs Mary Samuels ol Mt Sterling is time guest of Mrs Nettle Bennett Mr W H Dodge Jr of Jacksonville Fin is visiting Dr and Mrs Dodge Miss Willie Traynor of Danville vis- Ited friends here several days last week Mrs Laura Thomson has returned front a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Miss Mattie Smith has returned from a visit to Mrs George Waldon at Dan meCol Sam H Stone of Louisville was the guest of Major John D Harris last week Mrs L W DIIHonof Livingston is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John C Hendren Mr and Mrs W W Pigg have returned from a visit to friends in LexI in ton Senator T R Welch and Dr Harry Welch of Nlcbolasville were in town ThursdaySMrs E H Beasley of Stanford visited her brother Mr Gilbert Grin stead last week Miss Bessie Redmond has returned to her home in Paris after a visit to Mrs Nancy Hume Chenault Prof Win M Jackson of Camp bellsville was the guest of his brother J Talbot Jackson last week Mr and Mrs J II Williams of Fal- mouth were the guests of Mr and Mrs R A Woolums last week Dr and Mrs C D Pattie left Friday for Dallas Texas After the Reunion they will visit friends at McKinney and Fort Worth Mrs Jason Shumale of Harrison ville Mo was called home last week by the death of her father A K Lackey Sr Capt J Lou BallarJ who has been suffering from rheumatism for several weeks left Monday for Hot Springs where he hopes to regain his health Mr Alex Logan Shelbyville Miss Carlisle Chenault of Richmond Miss F oie Chenault of Richmond are guests of Miss Christophera Chenault Herald Mr E X Parke writes from Los Angeles Cal I find that I cannot do without the CLIMAX and fuel that it will hea telcome visitor to my Western home Mr and Mrs W W Pigg entertained a number of their friends a few even ings since the occasion being Mrs Pigcs birthday Among other presents she received fifty dollars in gold the gift of her husband Mrs John R Pates and little daugh ter Jeannette of Richmond spent last week at Rev J B McGinns Mr N H Goucber left Saturday night to accept a better position with the W U Telegraph Co at McCoinb Miss Mr James Bartlett is now in charge of the office here Woodford Sun Among those from Nicholasville who attended the funeral of Judge Scott were Judge and Mrs W H Phillips N R Dickerson Griff Scott J W Mitchell Prof Logan Mr and Mrs B A rutcher Rev I BTimberlake W M Watts B L Cook N S Bronaugh L H Brown Major General J M Poyntz left Monday for Dallas to attend the Re union of Confederate Veterans Owing to recent ill health Gen Poyntz was not able to leave with the rest of the Kentucky delegation last Friday but he appointed Col Bennett H Young Adjutant General and Chief of Staff to take command of the Kentucky Divis ionMr Hugh McLellan of Richmond a foraier student of the university gave a very interesting talk on Robert Browning in the university chapel Thursday morning He spoke of the three classes of Brewings readers those especially members of womens clubs who JO into ccstacy over every thing the poet wrote those who criti cise with extreme severity the general obscurity of his poems and those who strike a happy medium and study and try to appreciate Brownings poetry lie then pave these three characterist ics of the poets writings first the lack of logical sequence second the succes tive quality of the style and third the use of the dramatic monologue He then interpreted very sympathetically the poem My Lost Dutchess in lustration of the Inst point In conclusion Mi McLellan gave these rules for the reading of Browning Read only when the spirit moves you study the titles study the pronunciation and trust to common sense to interpret the obscure passages Lexington Democrat RELIGIOUS Prof J W McGarvey has been called to the pastorato of the Pond church near this city He will begin lila work there next Sunday MATRIMONIAL WniTTAKEnWmTTAKEn Brutus Whittaktr and Miss Lizzie Whittaker both of this county were married at the homo of John Whittaker at Sil ver Creek last Wednesda- yLiwisRonINsoW F Lewis and Nannie Ilobiiison both of the Big Hill locality wore married at llcrea lust ThursdayGumGcsIowEILiOa last Tuesday at noon Mr J Lawrence Griggs of Lou isville and Mrs Margaret Powers f this city were united in marriage at the home of Mr E V Elder on East Main street Rev Father Ryan officiating Mr Griges is an engineer on the Southern railway and Is a very popular young man Several years ago be was connected with the L A and made his home in this city The bride who was the widow of the late Jerry Powers has a large circle of friends in this city who wish her a happy life in her new home After a few days spent in the South Mr and Mrs Griggs will re turn to Louisville to reside SciiAFHAUSESJJcGovERX The marriage of Dr Joseph Scbafhausen and Miss Margaret McGovern took place at the Catholic church at an early hour yesterday morning Rev Father Ryan officiating Congratulations and best wishes are extended by the scores of friends of those popular young people and it is their hope that they may en joy a long and useful life together Miss McGovern has resided in this city but a short time coming from Cincinnati about Mix months ago but she has made numbers of friends and admirers Dr Slmufhausen was brought up and educated in Richmond By his energy and persiatencejin business and his earnest anc straight forward manner lie has won for himself an enviable reputation anfong his associates With others the CLiMAx wishes for them all future success and happiness r a fill Humors Arc Impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help there is such au accumulation of them They litter tho whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indiges tion dull headaches and many other troubles aro duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tonoand invigorate the whole system I bad salt rheum on my hands so that I could not work Itook Hoods Sarsaparllla and it drove out tho humor I continued Its use till the sores disappeared MBS IBA O BEOWS Rumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keops tho prom- lsoDIATHS SMITH Thomas Parkes infant son of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Smith died Wednesday April 16 after an illness of two days of bronchial pneumonia TonnJames M infantson of Mr and Sirs John A lodd died yesterday morning after a few days illness of pneumonia TEVIS William Barrett Tevis son of Mr and Mrs David R Tevis died Thursday after a few days illness of pneumonia BoNyVihiiam Bonny aged C8 died Thursday at his home at Union City lIe was an old Confederate Vet eran and a Mason of high standing LACKEY Mr A K Lackey Sr did of heart failure at his home near Paint Lick last Friday April 18 Mr Lackey was in his eighty firstyear haying been born June 131821 He was a useful and upright man and one who throughout his long life tried to do his duty without interfering with business of his neighbor He was a kind friend a good neighbor and an honest citizen and in his death his community suf fers a great loss Mr Lackey was wide ly connected throughout this and sur rounding counties He leaves nine children Messrs Tom William Sam and John Lackey of this county A K Lackey Jr of Texas Mrs It P Hock aday of Kansas Mrs Jonnie Shumate of Missouri and Misses Diana and Florence Lackey of Paint Lick The funeral services were held at the home after which the burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery Monday April 21 1902WtaLEJolin Wagle died at his home in Platte county Mo March 18 1902 after an illness ot about ten weeks Deceased was born near White Hall this county June 27 1S20 He moved to Platte county Mo in September of 1857 At the outbreak of time Civil War he joined the 18th Missouri Regiment and was sent to the South He was taken prisoner at the battle of Shiloh In February 1S03 he was exchanged and reiulieted in the army of Tennes see He was with Sherman on the march to the Son and participated in all the battles of that campaign At the close of the war he was mustered out of the service at St Louis Mo Alter the war Mr Waglo was marriadI to Miss Wilson of Irvine with two children survives him He has a great many relatives in this county and in Estill who regret to hear of his death Kentucky State Medical Society Paducah Ky May 79 Great Council of Kentucky Imp Order of Red men Owensboro Ky May 1315 State Encampment G AR Leba non Ky May 2021 Reduce rates via Louisville Atlantic R R account of all of above occa sions See ticket agents for particulars- C M BRowNING tf General Manager Georgetown Wan In the InterCollegiate Oratorical Contest held at Danville last Friday night Abner K Wright representing Georgetown College was the winner his subject being On the Heights there is Liberty The other speakers were William Clarke of Kentucky Univer sity James Parker Central University and E H Ireland Kentucky State College Central University and K U played an exciting game of ball Fri day afternoon in which the latter won by a score of 4 to 3 Public Sale of City Lots I will sell publicly to the highest bid der on Saturday May 19 at 2 oclock p on the premises the following de scribed city property viz Lots Kc 2 3 4 6 7 fronting forty feet on the west side of Fourth street and running back 120 feet also a plot of ground fronting forty feet on the north side of Glyndon A venue and run ning back about 120 feet to G G Prow itts line All of this property is centrally located being near the Pat tie A Clay In firmary in the heart 01 the city of Richmond Ky convenient to nil the schools The lots arc located on water mains and have pavements The location and improvements make them very desirable f rtlio building of homes People desiring to see this property will call on Chonault Evans Real Estate agents at the State Bank Trust Co whose officers will show them the property or give information Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale Xt John B Chenault Southern Trip The Danville Advocate says The Central University baseball team is now in splendid trim and the mana ger is confident that some important winnings will be made Over the Southern college teams Manager Jesse Em bry with the skilled players Cam his Chatham Robert Rosser Charley Chat ham Robert Maui Howard Camnitz Ashby McKee U D Milliken R W Keenon and William Lander will leave Tuesday morning for Clarkesvllle Tenn where time Southwestern Pres byterian University will be played From there they will go to Nashville and play Vanderbilt three mimes thence Tuscaloosa Ala for three games with the University Alabama thence to Greensboro AlaM for three games with the Southern University A game or two will probably be played in Birmingham before the team returns The entire trip will require two weeks Mr Joe Smith and probably Prof Gordon will accompany the boys Dur- Ing time past week the team has been practicing regularly and it is the gen oral opinion thftt the young men form the strongest team that hoe been III Danville for several years i t False Report Capt JSyerett Berry asks us to cor met the statement that he had sold his saloon and retired from business lie said ho had no idea bow such a report got circulated as ho has never entertained an Idea of retiring He is still on First street and there to stay Worked to be Poshed The Washington correspondent to tIme CourierJournal says that Repre sentative White has filed a petition at the War Department signed by Gov Beckham and other State officials asking that the work on locks and dams Not 9 10 and 11 on the Kentucky be facilitated by the Department Mr White has received word from the Department that time workon the Ken tucky river will be pushed as speedily as possible iY+ M C A NOTES i +++H+ +++ +The regular mens meeting next Sun day afternoon will be conducted by Mr George D White The local Ex ecutive Committee will meet Friday night at the Association room Messrs S A Bullock Elmer Deatherage J R Bush and C R Boucher will go to College Hill Sunday afternoon The meetings held there recently have been well attended and a great deal of inter est is shown in the work It is the plan of the committee to organize an association there at an early date The daily attendance at the Y M C A rooms continues to increase as the young men of the city are beginning to realize the advantages derived from the Association An Unfortunate Speech Dr William C Roberts president of Central University recently made an addrees before au assembly of educa toss at Milwaukee The Danville News takes from a Milwaukee paper tbe fol lowing which was said to be part of his address and makes a few com nents You ask me regarding the condi tion of educational matters in the South Lttt me reply that our wealthy men and the leaders In political prob lems are beginning to feel that the South is out of harmony with the rest of the country This is occasioned by the lack of education What we need need now are leaders among the yonng men ot the South instead if being obliged to import leaders from New England Illinois New York and Wis cousin This condition is gradually creating discontent that can only be eradicated by the Southerner himself taking the lead and in order to do this ho must fit himself for leadership The South needs to be broken up pout ically People down there must be taught better than to yield an unques tioning allegiance to any political partyWe do not want to do Dr Roberts an injustice by quoting his address in part and then probably leaving out a section In which lie might explain him self more fully We know Dr Rob erts only by reputation as a distinguished minister of the Presbyterian church who has been connected with some of time leading educational institutions of the country With all due rtspect to Dr Roberts opinion if it its stated above we feel that ho like a great many other educators is either a theorist lacking in fundamental facts upon which to base his argument or is woefully ignorant of the whole political situation in the South and especially heroin Kentucky For the reason that he is an Eastern man and has lived but a few years in Kentucky wo are inclined to the latter belief It were bettor to ignore such talk altogether except for time fact that it was such talk coming from men of Dr Roberts ability and high standing that made possible the political upheaval in Kentucky and put a Republican in the Governors ciair and later on caused that most awful state of affairs when a State Senator was shot to death the Acting Governor aiding and abetting the conspiracy which led to it The political situation in Kentucky today is this The Democratic party made up rank and file of the best and most substantial lawabiding citizens of time State who demand that the nien elected to office shall fill those places and maintain a proper Democratic ffovernment Tho Republican party made up of a few of the best class of our citizens scattered widely over our Slate hut the majority consisting of the negro anti mountain element We have had an example of what would occur should this majority predominate and it is needless to go into details Is this what Dr Roberts wants broken up A lack of Education Have the peo plo of Kentucky been bamboozled for time last 65 years by tho promoters and trustees of Center College 1 Have the people of the South bleu made to believe that Center College Vanderbilt Tulane Kentucky University Wash ington and Leo Central University anti the State Universities all over the South could and did offer ample means of education equal to Northern and Eastern Colleges and now at this late tiny be pointed out as lacking in education and ability to govern themselves LAND STOCK AND CROP Farmers report tobacco beds in bad condition The Kansas Experiment Station in tests at feeding steers say that the say ing in feeding corn and cob meal over whole corn was 35 per cent RubLe Bros of Garrard have sold to Simon Weil their cattle on slop at theodP L Moore distillery at So 65 per cwt to be delivered in June They wid weigh about 1200 pounds Good times in the country means bet ter roads better buildings better education There are few investments equal to a good stock farm wisely managed Dont get laud poor Go Slow on luxuries but dont skimp on laborsaving conveniences about the house Have a big barn of course but dont overlook sensible improvements in the living quarters One doesnt need an expensive house to have a cozy one Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tho ear There is only one way to euro deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by nn inflamed condition of the mucous lining of tim- eEustacimian Tube When this tube gets inllameu you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken not1malraucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused bv cttarihi that cannot be cured by lalls Csiarrh Cure Send fOrtirc larallee FJ CDESKV Co Toledo Ohio Soul by druggists 75o Hull1 FnnllJy Pus are the bes- tIIic list Abandoned Jj The Lancaster Commercial club lias received a letter from TresidontsSpqiir cerof the Southern saying that tfie extension of the Southern railway from Burgin to Jcllico had not been aban doned The survey was made a year ago and a considerable amount was subscribed to assist in building the road The Garrard county people are now hoping thata the road may be built at once 0Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the preset year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet oh thin minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 mOl thereby reducing the net price ofjuas from 200to 175 BSTMJiit notice is especially that this discount on gas will ghcnI allowed to any person who fails to his gas bill on or before the 10 ofIeach month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All de1i1lI quent persons will be required the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 tf Every Drop Counts Remember that when you are rub bing Perry Davis Painkiller on a mus hyoverworkDownPainkiller works its way soothing tho inflamed tissues and taking away the ache Ask your druzeist what his other customers say of this hoiiRnhold hen ninkillerPerrWhen a girl says I will in the mar riage ceremony she probably means it at the time Can Yon Imagine indiametertimatWhenphlegmAllensclears the tiny airpassages of effete matter and heals the inflammation in tho branchial tubes There are a number of men In this country who are traveling on the rep utation their fathers made A Doctors Bad Plight Two j ears agoasa result of a se DrMEveryremedyphysician for 35 years failed ami I ilai IrKingstion Coups and Colds I found quick joltbetterguaranteed for Throat and Lung trou bles by Perry Thomas druggist 50c and 1 00 Trial bottles fre 1m When a mans breath smells of cloves his conversation is not necessarily Epic A man talks about owning his buy ness lint as a matter his bus iness owns him His whole life is reg bpsin6SsTholast hour time time given to meals are 6biigationsliecant spare time time from business to eat leisurely He wont take a rest because he U noHied at the store or oflice He is in furL an absolute slave to business The results which follow overyhaudous with drawn faces and hollow eyes sifrnt the desk or stand behind the counter until they collapse in ait of sickness nr are taken away by heart failure Those who cannot the exactions of business will fluid a in Dr Pierce Golden Medical friendI cry It strengthens the creases the action of the bloodmaking glands Increasing tho vitality antI pliy sical vigor It makes men strong and prevents those business break downs which so often terminate fatalld The fellow wilD is always finding osher peoples faults seldom loses his own A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GKEAT lllSCOVEKY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes sominal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and in both men and women regulates bladder trouMcs drugistf I One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr K W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 029 St LouieMoSend for testimonials Sold gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr fi W Hall St Louis MoDenr Sir I have used one bottle of tho Texas Wonder liaRs Great Discov cry for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds Mien I began using it today I weigh 170 pounds and 1 feel better than I have in twenty years nail I cheerfully recommend it to the ISespectfnlly4dec RIDDEE Jp fimrr4y a leinindexv Hear in minclthat Perry Davis Pain kill ris as good for internal as for exfernal troubles Jt will stop the agonizing cramps iirjho bowels which lollows exposure to cold andHVef when taken internally and will cure strains sprains and bruises when applied exter nallv It should bo administered in warm water slightly sweetened There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis tLjfe la top short to be spent in mirs Iii anitnotitics WlilleWisft Ductors are studying tho bacillus of comisumnp tr n thoughtful laymen realize that a bad cold accompanied by coughing SOre throat anti tightness across tht chest is too serious a matter for delaj or experiment They also realize that Allens Lung Balsam cures a common cold in a day or two Obstinate cases take more time of cours Tune never hanga heavily on the hands of a man who faces a promissory note If4TThis signature is on every box of the genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets the remedy that eiirra n cold in one day Truth is mighty mighty inconven- Ient In a horse trade tops the Cough rid Works o2 the 0CoftLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents This would be a happy world if the rich would do what tho poor would like to do TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DA Y Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents That man is a good bit of a philosopher who never attempts to argpo with his wife Nearly Fatal Runaway Started a horrible ulcer on the leg o J B Orner Franklin Grove III which defied doctors and all remedies for four years TimeR Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Coils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m It seenVa pity that so many good timings are sinful Tetter SuAtItbe tm anti Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad lases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and nipplehnppand chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Condition PowdcrR are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and ermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a 2510n18A womans nerves often make a man nervousS 0etasi atEatjof lYP LI 15 Ii r Of L e list PICrengt f TiII to6 al5- sS ae nn 1f f III urIruggtt rtrltcmiya Tesli r i Inlat iiituit4 autO by CiiraciCAr co- lS rnllo SA Low Rates Queen and Crescent Route ASSHOWNBELOWConfederati Dallas Tex April 2225 General Assembly Presbyterian Church Jackson Miss May 15 Southern Baptist Convention Asheville N C May 15 Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 18 Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal Juno 1014 Knights of Pythias San Francisco Cal August 1112 +worldLowtrains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets n ad via Queen l Crescent Route and thereby get good servIce apr23 tf FOR Photographs Of the c Highest Order Visit the Pglsr irl Gallery Our work has taken First Prize IfI1t different State Conventions 1npr236moIa 1 loOP cI y F J SPENGLER OplrJlf unr Lexington Ky 4r mFor action is now up at our tailor shop It is that 20price ticket p on those 25 Spring Suitings If you waattWHiit youd better be an early bird STOUFFER MAHLER u j F Embroideries For r 1902PatL= We are showing the greatest assort ment of Embroideries in nil its J i branches that we have attempted newrtion that will meet every want of tire j0trade An Idea of the magnitude 0tItle line can be found from tho tact 6 that wo carry in stock over 300 pat m terns of Cambrics Swiss and Nain t sook Embroideries T sce 1 trtm f lJE3I 1 The best German Torchon Lace on the market warranted full 12 yard 0icheswide atCc u bolt wider1 0German Torchon Lice warranted Fil full 12 yards at lOc Staple German IG Iw Crochet Lace heavy thread in a new open pattern a good wearing fE3 durable lace with a linen finish at Sc a yard We are also showing an ab solute new and uptodate highclass El selection of narrow English and 0French Val Laces which are the J product of the most famous lace It 6 looms of the world very elaborate Ii turg leaf and floral designs with = raised outlines Very handsome lB effects Call in and see our line El Respectfully yours f p JIilli OWEN McKEE IT I XX X rrLexington t S Great I Clothing ts House I tw Iu 1 fF L V f r sess s I S SS S S S SSSS SS SSS cCe r 0 f 0 eo s S 0 C 0 SpJSS SS S SSSSS S SS S SC 3 e F s s tNo in can you sjch are to the r Our of are t lJJ i t jI Our and in the State 4 St1Mtt rV fc fc 3 fc o 0 J 1 T X XA w LOUIS AND GUS eRAIIS if Sole Agents For Alfred Benjamin 0os Cusss 8I11150G 000FAMOUS CLOTIIIN E4f I SOsoosooeooss000oooeQOhouse Lexington show I Goods They equal finest custom Clothing stock TOP COATS beautiful ITCelebrated Aqua Proof Coat Boys Childrens Department Largest chargeP i- it f tZ fZ j t t Tiii Make our house your headquarters when Iin Lexington P1zV 7 VVw 1t Wllw tt tt New floods are arriving dailv at our vnst Emporium and ofSpringGinghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etc that was ever brought to llichmond Unequaled MoumatMellick ourreadymade Skirt Department In this lute we can please the most fastidious selectfromand gt prices you an sure to buy A completestock of New Matting has been rc onsaleselect the youknowLowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with JLeeSmitha 5 I f NiP r 1 r- J 1 I 1 1 pCl t0 c r J 5en3c0e- np c ttj 1lsl4 U- Jth 1 1UJ4 iPl J- T = c o 1i1 c iZ j tg J SC j J Ao t 0 j T j v J X IJtIw + rz r W If t I jt1tWg We Have f On Hand 4S- eed z1 ZIrish Potatoes of f7A cw the following varieties t = iRoseTriDmphsSweet Potatoes Kfl mudu Yellow Jerseys andrazliian FIeliand II 1 inthie w ou cxc Krtj prices are as reasonable as can be found V anywhere Give us a can and let convince you that we are your tIP L DEATHERAGE CO usI Ii tffi Dont forget the Benefit WI Ball Game on the Cam tW pus Friday afternoon 4 lit IY 0Z70Z7 OZ JI 2 2 I2 S EIEATIIERA6EICO 1 JJhe Richmond Climax rEPSTsDVY AlIt 23 1902 Judge Benton Appointed Gov Beckham yesterday P anted Judge J M Benton f Winchester Circuit Judge f tie Twentyfifth J iistrkt to fill the unexpired erll of the late Judge T J jf tt- Tuilffo Benton is a Madison ouiity man and his appoint fut will give general satis ati1 IT A Wilkes Smith Dentist is iow located over J B Stojiffer- sinrf Store GfebtL urtIHouse Friday night Miss JvaL DUlling Teth extracted without pain 25 cDnHOBSON Richmond Ky Miss Eva L Dunning will give an ltiiiary entertainment at the rt House Friday night YU need or want n carriager nad tart buggy or anything in his- S L Midkiff will make the prices t 11 Give him a call aprlG2t I vu contemplate having any pa- painting to do this spring It ii in t your ad vantage to call and i n1 my line of wall paper and etcvimateon painting tf WJj Leeds iiperning Miea Duning who will eatip Court House Friday evening Ie Oiiivg Lifo says T ty the recitations were fine does at1 the ladv justice as some were ra she has a voice that can bee a1 over the largest hall Cotut Day Dinner T IUts of the Richmond Baptist hivn will give a Court Day dinner iy May 5 The proceeds will go UiilJing of the Waco church 3rr f Jersey Cow Wanted- I hv to purchase three or four 1rbey cows fresh in Mayor June iy firstclus milkersAddressW asuii Irvine Ky Real Estitc Agents viK transfer buy or sell real- t every kind city property a It y We also collect rents and it1 t the paying of taxes insurance a riMsoimble commission Gall ids iuat tilt State Bank Trust otiyt II CIIEXAUII and L P EVANS Ir1Gtf Real Estate Ir hurry M Klaiilon Dentist Of If Middletons drug store Ju1 57tf FtU nd th riv heeL An fI Ideal Dress BootSEE THAT THIS TRADE MARK IS BRANDED OH EVERY SHOE Ea t Reproduction of fa Style Shoe I 4 a full and complete Iineof fmens fur J c nishings I oz 6L MAIN STREET Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ki apr7tf Fir Rent Four Tooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurinan Grocery Co tf For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is 60x2G4 anti the other 100x300 For terms apply at this office mchSGtf Moved The Kentucky Register moved yes terday from the White building on Main street to the McCreary building on Second street KUOot Kentucky University has withdrawn from the luterState Athletic Associa tion leaving only State College and Georgetown College in the organlza tion W L Leeds guarantees all work done by him to be firstclass Call and see his beautiful line of wall paper if For Sale 250000 hard brick on my farm at Whiles Station Will sell all or part to euit buyer See George D White Richmond or the man on the premises tf Office Moved The office of the Hume Cooperage Company nnd the Electric Light anti Power Company were moved last week from the corner of Main and Second streets to the handsome new office building in the yards near the barrel factory The best grades of Jollico and Brush Creek coals grain feed seed corn aud cement feb193m Letcher Witt I 0 0 F The Grand Lodge of Kentucky at Lexington last Wednesday gave the building committee power to draw on the Widows and Orphans Fund for 5000 to add to the fund of 15000 which has been set aside to complete the Widows and Orphans Home Have Y1 Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf District Meeting A district meeting of various lodges of Knights of Pythias will bo held at Winchester some time during the latter part of May The district embraces the lodges at Cynthiana Berry Car lisle Jit Sterling Clay City Vest Liberty Jackson Ford lieattyville and Richmond Land Sale John W Masters has sold to Reese and Amos Coats 60 acres of land for 5900 The tract is known as the Burgln tract and is one of the cheapest farms that has brett soul in this section fqr some time Mr Masters also purchased a small tract of land from Mr Reese Coats near Antioch church Araent seoeSSSeeA0 eeesoeoaooeoa Je 0 sS 7 oeRIce w S ANDbit iiSII 0ss 0 s- siIII Arilold S sesa a a S Is o e +++ +++4+++4 444 tThet1 Uptodate t Shoe Merchants- Leaders in Style and Quality 1- tCCALL AND I E +TWrIIJ Sjtaf t- 1113k doostoIf Richmond Ky For Sale atWhitesto suit buyer See George D White Richmond or the man on the prem Ises tf North Side Won A large crowd turned out to see the great ball game between the Northside and South side of Main street on the TheNurthOld Fiddlers Contest For the benefit of the P ttie A Clay Infirmary will be given Friday May 16 All who wish to contend for the prize willreport to the President Mrs lIar veyChenault at once Two handsome prizes will be offered 23a 2t In Oil Capt S F Rock was hero on Tuesday looking after the engineering on the Louisville Atlantic now work for companyIlenses in Estill county Beattyville News Wo uiake a specialty of all kinds of grain for seed purposes fob 19 3m Letcher Witt Saw Mill Burned The Roy Lumber Companys plant at Kicholasvlle was destroyed by fire last Wednesday night The fire WHB discovered in the engine room about nine oclock and had a good start be fore any effort could bo inadeo stop it The loss is estimated at about 20000 with 11000 insurance Assigned to Duty Mr P F Adams Jr who recently passed a rigid civil service examination has been assigned to duty as Store keeper at Dowlinss distillery at Ty rone He went on duty Monday morning Mr Adams is one of the most popular young men in the service and his friends are glad to hear that he is given a place so soon Give Lotcher Witt a trial order for coal Their Jellico and Brush Creek coals are the talk of the town feb9 3m At the Court House Miss Eva L Dusting the popular humorous and dramatic reader will give an elocutionary entertainment at the Court House Friday evening April 25 The entertainment will be under the auspices of Madison Lodge No 14 I O 01 Miss Dunning comes highly recommended and a rare treat IS in store for those who attend New Locomotive The L A railroad received a new locomotive Saturday which is by far the handsomest on the road The now engine was built by specification by tho Baldwin Locomotive Works An other of the same style will be put on about May 1 The managers of the road have found it necessary to pur chase the new engines to handle their constantly increasing business The largest stock of carriages ever brought to this city can now be seen at S L Midkiils They were bought to sell and that we propose to do It you dont believe it call and get prices aplG 2t To Take the Index Mr L P Adams the popular city editor of the Pantajjraph has resigned his position on that paper in order to go into the business on his own hook Ho has taken charge of the Ford Index and will enter on his new work at once apipear an excellent record as a news gatherer and his friends wish him abundant success in his new field Bloomer Girls Thc New England Bloomer Girls base ball team will be here this afternoon and will play a game with Mike En rights team on the campus All who enjoy seeing a good game should turn outThis team is the original team with a worlds reputation Composed of the best and only good players that the world overproduced This isa first class respectable organization in every particularThe will be called at 3 oclock Proceeds will be donated to charily An hour cannot be more pleasantly spent than to visit tho Carriage Works of S 1 Midkiff where is displayed one of tho finest assortments of bugits carriages phaetons road carts etc that has ever been seen in Central Kentucky aprlG 2t J Jrr1f H c I J AAA LTDP SSi I d r1 i The Death of Judge Sott The tolling of the Court House bell at noon Saturday announced to our citizens that the Hpn Thomas JSoott had passed from the scene of his earthly labors For twentyfour hours he had been sinking and while the final summons was hourly expected yet lov lug friends waited at the bedside watching anxiously for Rome hope in the struggle of life Ever frail in body and worn down by his recent illness our honored friend was unable to cope with his great antagonist and whet the call came lIe passed out of JihlF peacefully as a little child falls into a dreamless sleep The people of Richmond and Madi son county have not yet had time to realize what the loss means Judge Scott was a type rarely found To learn a mans real worth ask liis assocate in business his neighbors and those with whom he comes in contact daily When such a jury can lay aside all the petty jealousies and strife of the world and say There Is a man it is well In life Judge Scott was recognized by his associates as a superior Ulan Now that he is gone they are bowed with grief with the loss they have sustained The best commentary on his life is tilt record he has left as a lawyer of ability an honest citizen a just and upright Judge and a model husband JudgeScott was theson of Dr Join Scott a wellknown and much loved physician who resided here before the war lIe was about sixtyone years of age and had lived in this county all his life with the exception of eight years spent in Missouri He was educated at Mt Pleasant College of Mis sonri In ISM he began the practice of law in this city and from tire first took a high standing in his profession In 1875 he was appointed to the edict of County Attorney to fill the utex pired term of lion E Little who at that time was elected to the Legisla ture He hold this office about ten years being twice reelected He was appointed Master Commissioner of Madison county in 1884 which office he held until elected Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in 18SG When the new Constitution was adopted he was made Judge of the Circuit Court and was reelected in 1897 His present term would have expired iu 1904 As a Judge he has made a record such as is not often attained Conser vative cautious and careful his knowl edge of the line points of law and his familiarity with precedents enabled him to decide and apply the law so as to subject him to few reversals lIe was reserved in his manner and dispo sition and never mingled intimately with people and although he was in office continuously for twenty seven years it is said by those who know that his personal acquaintance with the people of his native county was more limited than any other man who ever held office in the county About fourteen years ago Judge Scott married Miss Ida Welch of Nicholas ville who has been his constant coir panion helping him and cheering him in his labors and comforting him in his ill health Judge Scott united with the Methodist Episcopal church at an early agb and was throughout his life an ear nest conscientious and consistent Chris tianThe funeral took place at the Meth odist chnrch Monday at 2 oclock The seivises were conducted by Rev II G Turner assisted by the pastors of the various churches of the city 1y the order of the Mayor the business houses were closed and all labor ceased dur ing the hours of the funeral and burial The Services at the grave wcie con dueled by the Elks and the Masons both of which organizations the deceased was an honored member At the close of the burial services Col J W Caper ton in behalf of the Richmond Bar Association made a few touching remarks TIn MAYORS PKOOIiAMATION In view of the irreparable loss sustained by the community by the death of the Hon Thomas ST Scott the Mayor published the following order Monday morning VHEREAS it has pleased an Allwise Providence to remove from our midst lion Thomas- J Scott Judge of tho Madison Circuit Court and whereas he was an upright Judge Christian citizen and for yours had and deserved to have the confidence mid esteem of the people of Madison county and this sec tion of his native State there foreI David R Tevis Mayor of the City of Richmond Ky do proclaim that his funeral ser vices will begin at the Methodist Church in this city at 2 oclock p m today thence his burial in the Richmond Cemetery under the auspices of the Elk and Masonic fraternities and I request that during the hours of the funeral and burial that an business houses close and all public bells toll out of respect to the memory of the deceased Given under my hand as Mayor of Richmond Kv this April 21 1902 DAVID IL TEVIS MEETING OF TilE SAlt A meeting of the Richmond Bar Association was held at 4 oclock Satur day afternoon to take actibn on the ScottIa resolutions Hon W R Shackelford Major Curtis F Burnam lIon R W Miller GuI James W Caperton Sena tor Tames B McCrearji Judge R Aar ns Crooke Judge Grant E Lilly lIon J Tevis Cobb and Judge C H Breck A committee was appointed to notify the members of the barof this Judicial District and the surrounding counties and to extend to them an invitation to attend the Bar meeting to be held Monday morning and the funeral Mon day afternoon Col Capertnu was ap pointed to make suitable remarks at the grave in behalf of the Bar Associa tion The Bar Association met again at ten oclock Monday morning After hearing the reports of soveral minor committees the following resolutions were read and adoptedR- ESOLUTIONS OF UESPECT Thomas Jefferson Scott some time County Attorney later Judge of the Common Pleas and Judge of the Circuit Court for the Twen tyFifth Judicial District of Kentucky from its organization it the full strength of years and rich in honors at his homo in Richmond Kentucky on Saturday April 10th 1902 fell asleep and was gathered to the Fathers The Rinhinoud Bar haying mol to do honor to bis memory put on record this tribute iq his c- hara i actor his virtue his talents and his worth as jnriost lawyer citi zen mid friend He was a Christian gentleman He possessed in marked degree the qualities ofa great Judge calm well poised of lofty virtue and incorruptible integrity profundly learned in the great school of pre cident and authority with an extraordinary grasp and comprehen sion of the Code and Statutes ol tho Commonwealth ha seemed to carry always in his memory a definite and absolutely accurate knowledge of adjudicated cnse and to these rare and unusual at tainments he lidded a tireless dili genco in research and a wonder lul patieucu in investigation- His bearing towards tho Bar wits always one of kindness of consideration and distinguished courtesyAs howl learned dili gent and intense distinguished from his early years fur the force directness till strength of his pleadings and for the purity of his devotion to a clients cause He was an eminently useful citizen Clean of lifo pure of purpose following ever tho clear light fn high ideal he furnished to younger mon tho inspiring example of a stainless life and spot less character He was a faithful and devoted friend and those Who know him longest loved hun most The ex acting demands of delicate health and a laborious public service cur tailed his social pleasure but he was a most agreeable companion entertaining and responsive holding friends to him as with hooks of steel III the death of this able up right man and judge this community the district and the com monwealth sustains a great and grijvims loss An able and incorruptible ju diciary is not only the real huh wark of tho State but ever the last refuge ofJ wrong and out raged people and our brother whom we mourn was the IDEAL JUDGE This Bar with which his life was most intimately connected and associated knew the full measure of his splendid useful ness reverenced his learning ad mired his character find cherished a profound and unfaltering trust in his fearless administration of justice and his faithful interpretation of tho law In tho sweet relationships of home as eon husband and broth er he illustrated in his daily life and walk tho gentle graces and affection that illuminate and adorn a genarous Christian manhood Ho will ha sadly sorely missed in this circle of which he was always the centerand we ex tend to the bereaved and stricken wife and family our profound and tender sympathy and it is order ed that a copy of this memorial duly engrossed bo sent to each member of the family of our do ceased brother that they be spread at large upon the minutes of the Madison Circuit and County Courts and that they be published in the Richmond papers- V R SHACKELKOBD Chmn C F DURHAM J B McCrEARy R w MILLER J W CAPEBTON- R H CROOKE J T COBB G E LILLY W B SMITH C H BREGK Committee Following the reading of the resolutions tributes of respect honor and affection were made by the following Major C F Bur nam Senator J li McCreary Judge A T Wood of Mt Sterl ing Hon W B Smith Hon J A Sullivan Judge J M Beiton of Winchester Judge Harris CrooK Hon W R Shackelford Hon J r Cobb lion R W Mil ler and Hon W S Jloberley The Court House was ordered draped in mourning for a period of thirty days and a request jnade that all business be suspended during the burial Tim floral decorations were unusually handsome notwithstand ing the faotthat a large part of them ordered from the city failed to arrive owing toa railway accident The active pall bearers were Senator J B McCreary Col James Capertou Hon J A Sul livan Hon J T Cobb Judge Grant Lilly Judge J M Benton Judgo Wl Beckner Hon W B Smith Hon B A Crutcher Ron R W Miller Hon John Athenson and Mr G G Prewitt The honorary pall bearers were Major C F Burnam Judge C H Breck Col A T Wood lion John T Sholby Judge JR Mor ton Hon 0 T Bronaton Judge Evans Judge A R Burnam Judge N B Tnrpin Messrs J F Wagers S Ii Thorpe Bud Jesse Cobb Fire oa Irvine Street Fire broke out at noon yesterday in nn old frame house at the corner of Ir vine and it streets A high wind was blowing and it looked at one time like the colored Baptist church which was next to the burning building would be destroyed The Fire Department was on the ground in a very short time and soon hart the flames under control The roof of the church was badly burned and lie walls scorched but no fieri ous damage was done Ahouse down on B street about one hundred yards from the fire caught fire from a spark and was badly damaged before It could be extinguished Satan alw aytsesth0 finest looking bait but it novertaMes good when It is swallowed u Kentucky Leads In Tobacco Frodnetlon The census report of the tobacco criip of 1899 shows that Kentucky led lair other States with 381805 acres produc ing 808103275 pounds valued at Wi 993003 SoIdlers Retorn Leslie and Calvin CTirisman of Combs this county arrived last week after spending nearly three years in the Philippines They belonged to Company B 16th U S Infantry antI have seen hard servicesince joining the Army They have both been ill ever iince thick return owing to the change of climate Red Estate Agency This announcement of the real estate agency of Chenault Evans appears in todays CLIMAX Tho firm is composed of Caboll II CLeuault and Leslie P Evans of the State Batik Trust Co Both have been in the business for quite awhile and their services have been very satisfactory to their patronti so they have united in order to extend their business They are prepared to buy or Sell any kind of city properly collect rents and attend to paying your taxes and insurance rite property owner may feel assured that any business committed to their hands will re ceive prompt attention Room For Everybody If those who expect to attend tho Knights Templar Conclave at Ver sailles May 2122 will write to Mr W 0 Davis Chairman of Entertainment Committee Versailles Ky comforta ble quarters will be secured for them at once Versailles can easily care for 1000 or more Knights aud ladies In addition to the hotel and regular board ing house accommodations arrange ments have been made to entertain 700 persons in the private homes Special trains and reduced rates of one and a third fare for round trip to Versailles have been secured on all railroads Seo S L Midkifl and get his prices on trimming painting and repairing All work guaranteed aprlG 21 Gushed to Death Samuel Goodlett njed about thirty years was crushed to death in a sawJ host conveyor at Ford last Monday night Mr Goo lett was on the night force at the Hurt Brabb Lumber Com panys mill and at the time of the acci dent was oiling the band saw His foot and falling backward into the saw dust conveyor ho was quickly carried into the coveted chute when he was crushed to death Mr Goodlett was a Madison county boy and was a brother to T L Gootletr of this city He leaves a wife and one child to mourn his loss The remains were taken to his foriper home at Silver Creek for burial Wednesday- A Richmond hey Killed A bad freight wreck occured at ltiv erside near Ford last Thursday morn lug whoa the engine and several cars went over a steep bank probably 50 feet and were completely demolished Head brakeman Clarence Turner wasI instantly killed and fireman John Mc Qarr wits badly injured Engineer Ed Tally of Covington attempted to jump and was thrown about sixty feet down tUo embankment He was bad ly bruised but was not seriously injured Young Turner who was killed was the son of Rev Harry Turner the well known minister of the Christian church who formerly lived in this city He was a quiet and industrious young mat and had been married about two years Mr George D While Announces Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX appears tile formal announcement of Mr Geo D White for Circuit Court Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr White has always stood by the party nomi nebS in tte past and will continue to abide by the decission ot the voters in the primary Ho has never asked for any office before although has been a persistent worker in the Democratic ranks since he become a voter Mr White is a polite and polished gentleman and is well and favorably known throughout the entire county and comes from a district Whites Station that seldom asks for office Should the Democratic party select him to nake the race for Circuit Clerk His victory over any Republican opponent is as sured J Resolutions At the regular meeting of the United Baptist church the following resolutions were adopted Whereas it has pleased the Almighty to remove from our midst our learned friend and Christian gentleman Judge Thomas J Scott Resolved 1st that as Judge ot the Madison Circuit Court wo have found him always fair honest and sympathetic especial lyjo those of our color who happened to come before him 2nd that the Commonwealth has lost a great Judge and the colored people a firm friend 3rd that we extend to his family our greatest sympathy and commend them to God for consolationS IIanYCommittee LUKE ViLLiA3ts J HANAN SHOES rIFOR MEN The Hanan Shoe known the world over as the finest made for men has been added to our new Spring Stock This great Shoe together with the IR s F1krshelm WalkOver riiBu1tand other choice our Shoe collection biggest and strongest ever men Madison Extra values in allre1iaWe kinds 1 SfromiOOupto6OO dmrV lt COVINGTON f BANKS r jfrSELLERS OF EvERYTHING WORN BY MAN OR BOYIU = t2tT1flOrAS BARGAINS IN Sr Jo Olloee lOClllaeeleocceOlia8DOeOQae0080ItvU llaeOaOaGCQOCIIIO0000 It e osoosoosooooosssssssssssssSoosssossessOO a e- o SSo t v e o SliDES 1 k 0 ri iII oeAND L4AIt9 r1rjlI 0 O SLIPPERS i1 1- GoJ f I II5cm 0 osesoooao1Ai soseoosoaooeoeOooaioseoooOsooooneoo 0 4 8 oGc COlOIit8cOII090elGO Q 81tf DOliaoegaOQOQOOCiUeGOCfn a It Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers for Children 50 65 75 and 3ei lf Rotlichilds Upper Two Strap Sandals for 5 and S3c J 4Tni1bs Pntpnt Vnmn SriniInl o tlo =19 1tPIi iILadi P t t i tl e pri iKI i I ioi newest shapes Sunrise 2 to 7 worth 2 our prIce Rothchids Men Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles J 250 our price Infants Moccasins lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c itiIIWe are Showing large line SUITS at 800 and 1000 cannot beequaled 0S IBoys Knee Suits 93c to 600 Boys Knee Pants 10 to 98c fifD IIiT J Mattings iO to 25c Window Shades 8to65cfl I You are invited to inspect our IDEPARTMENT MILLINERY Respectfully Submitted Sy to the Cash Trade 1 TlT fashionable Dramatic Ladies wishing a stylish costume for spring should call on Miss Emma Golden who is now located in the Hobson huilding next door to postolfice Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sowing from the simplest garment to tho most elaborate tailormade suit tier work is sure and her terms arc Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson building mch5 tf ecc0jSt 18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Black Dress Goods For This Week Every concoivablo fancy stylish and staple weave found Every yard guaranteed Our Mqnrning Goods are especially herejlive and unequaled The hesl makers of En lpnd America are represented All ol our Black Goods are a rich ful black Our sale thie week will be Lupins and Priestly Henriettas Silk Warp worth this wctk at 125 and ILansdowno atll5 Melrose worth SI 50 at 115 All wool Can vita and Etamine worth S150 this sale SI Beautiful Grenadines at prices Colored Dress Goods Special J wJtVarietiesyard 50inch Cheviot Sklrtinir worth 150 at SI J SPECIAL DISPLAY OF PRINTED SILKS I J The virtues of printed Satins Liberties are many We know of no fabric that will give such entire Itidncion They ore at the height of popularity The styles sliowij here are controlled by us The SI anti 125 quality are now 75q and 85c TafTotas in every known color best of grades at 75c 3Jlak guaranteed Taffeta at i5c oClnch TaffetAs atLJ5 worthul50IIf Nsw Lace anti Muslin Curtainf n all very latest effect Prices J f the lowest ever quoted jji reliable goods ttI SlfsanJSklrt16wel1 tailored for s1ruLCelealy te1ear Dress Skirts beautifully shaped f trimmed New Walkinr weight Special prices Lfl ht and Dark Percales SBInches wide best jistyleand IWfc this e SeS r J L WATON- O uJS lines makes the and best offered the II of county JtA rio Patent Children t1Zflnn1 branded that toplease reasonable remembered lowest uptodate w Y h I I r 175 j a of t 4 2 the Suits an as = = IW Baby Caps lOc to 250 Hats 25c to 25q to 750 = I E V0 ELDERttfjt If= o Q 1r if m i I IIT IeI Ifi lS JO 1IT5Q LadiestHats75c xe l1I i ft r iFLItyour 59r l rc and therefore it is time to think of 1 us You cannot be too particular about your FURNITURESYou want a large and varied stock to select from You want wide variety of prices You want in Ml telligent courteous service and above all you want the rightprices JWe are prepared to meet all of ithese wants in the fullest measure antiearnestly ask an inspection of our stock before placiugyouv er fH EWSeOdhami rd and Irvine Sts L RICHMOND bur3ly KENTUCKY 7r Mr 1f 1ff kf iJ f 1 t Fobs Fobs FobsLADIES AND GENTS FOBS4 ilcorrect thing to wear right now for both Ladies mid tiriillrmrn IK n WATCH FOIl Wo have jut imported the linett line over tbown itrtJii city from 1COto 51000 VICTOR bGAlz1R TMANUFACTURINGIJEWELE1AND IMFORTE1i 57 E MAINST EEX1NGTON KYr SOa Motto hit Reliable Goods i Faii DcaJUfjitmlJQjtClw lrld r w Ti w mi t ii Ti iiii11 TII 1i of r Mutual Pool of Future Events c The Kentucky Derby Metropolitan IIaiidicapkl Estimated value of each pool 100000 t TICKETS 1 EACH particutara Mutual Sweepstakes Assn Milton Young Mgr Lexington Kentucky UeeienceI xiugtoiCi taU BaRk I Uoiartur Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one recently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce- in Madison aud adjoining coun ties always paying the highest pricesWe kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your pro dues and we will convince you that we propose to lead In this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Near L N Depot a jnnly RICHMOND KY f s M t q2 i 75 3 lj 7r IAI 75 7ft- Sale on ipecia fl7fl I o j2q3wI GLOVES J50 PAiR KID GLOVES i Regular f 125 Quality c All colors and sizes and you take choice fort r4 11 7J C This Week 7K Only We also call specialattention to our Net Skirts bsmadeover silk JO to 25 ft TPo9h er X Co7S7 rviain LEXINGTON KY r 71 4t f cr1Jttl lL- C 1 1ltJ11 +++4CALL AT ++ M JONES 31ERSHW SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptolate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssSPhone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Rain and tveat hare no effect oa barness tretedu- rithEurekallar fness Oil It re r silts thedi yw PthC1tb1trsoft do tOt tttak- Noroughiur i face to andcnt The V harneu not only keeps 5li1e new bn wears twice asloDgbythel tile of Eureka unessOil Sold alhltcsC Made Standard Ol- Company UREY D G Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mange Eczema Distemper and Fits and all the jilt dog flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons IFIib the only dog soap on the market guaranteed to kill fleas For sale by PERRY THOMAS mai26tf ErrtEE TIOldALS- OPAPER BAN DS FROM W AI r 8tj I vi- bikrrk f II 1 r CGAR9 II r iAGSAND7LORODORABANDS ARE OF EQUAL VALUE AND MAYBE ASSORTED Our New Illustrated CATALOGUE OF PRESENTS FOR 1902 i3dUde1 nUlllY articles not shown ere It coutnine the most attrnctlye orposlagetwoOur offer of Presents for Tags will expire Nov 30th 1902 CONTINC1TAL TOBACCO co Write name and address plainly on outside ot pactace containing Tags and forward Tags by reciitered mail or express prepaid Be beVstcatalogues to C ny BROWN 4241 Folsom Ave St Louis Mo For Spring l9O2e WhiteCotton 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 Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts hItAAND Gibson1 RICHMOND KY BFROM I I Dr Pierces Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute 663 Main St Buffalo N Y Fewpeopleareaware of the extent of the institution pre sided over by Dr Pierce or that an important part of his medical enterprise was the establishment of the Invalids Hotel land Surgical Institute where people frQm afar can be lodged boarded and treated with all the privileges offered by the finest hospitals yet with a personal care and freedom entirely foreign to such institutions Dr Pierces Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute has a stair of neatly a score of physicians each man a specialist It has a xicteriological and analytical department second to those of no medical institution in the United States It has elaborate machines arid ap pliances together withall the most approved mechani calapparatus for the vibra tory treatment ol diseases Of late particular attention has been drawn to the possi bility of treating certain forms of disease mechanically Whole pages in the newspa pers and magazines have been given up to the description and illustration of the mechanical devices in use and the mechanical treatment of di sease has been exploited as if it were a novelty It may be to many people but as an evidence of the advanced thought and progressive spir it of Dr Pierce it may be mentioned that many of these mechanical devices for the cure of disease have been itt use in the Invalids Hotel Surgical Institute for a score of years In this as in every thing else Dr Pierce keeps his great Institution at the front with the result that there is a constant stream of persons seeking treatment who come from the farthest States and most remote terri tories Often these invalids have gone to the great hospitals of the country and found no benefit coming to Dr Pierce as a last resort It is gratifying to know that the public faith in Dr Pierce and his methods and medicines is amply justified by the many and remarkable cures which have resulted from his treatment It may be well in this connection to emphasize the value of Dr Pierces offer of free consultation by letter ad dressed especially to those suffering from chronic diseas es In a great many cases the advertised offers of free medical advice have behind them not a single medical practitioner qualified to give medical advice It is only necessary to point to the medical staff of the Invalids Ho tel and Surgical Institute as evidence that Dr Pierces offer is genuine as it is free Sold Body for Ginger Cakes A negro criminal condemn ed to hang in North Carolina sold his body for 810 which he invested in ginger cakes The cakes he finished the night before the execution was to occur The next day the sentence was commuted to life imprisonment The wouldbe purchaser of the corpse then wished he had saved his 10 and the negro was sorry he had not made his cakes last longer Worrying about trouble that may come is like tasking medicine fur a di sease that we are afraid we may cou tract 7 V Fantastic stories have been written of magic mirrors in the future was revealed If such J thintr were possible many a bright faced bride shrink from the revelation of her self stripped of all her loveliness If there one thing which would make a woman shrink from marriage it is to see the rapid physical deterioration which cornea to so many wives The cause is generally due to womanly diseases Lost health and lost comeliness are restored by the use of Dr Pierces Fa irregularityheals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weaknessI- t It Is with the greatest that I ten you what lJr lierces Pavorite Prescription and Golden Medical have done for me writes flhItiTi3urZr w a go l I had female weatness for six ootknoiaethikeep JL If you are led to the purchase of Favorite Prescription because of its remarkable cures of other women do not accept a substitute which has none of these cures to its credit free Dr Pierces Common Sense sentfreto pay expense of nailing only Oc stanpsldressr i Good For Rhe matismI Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack uf muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and annoyance After trying several prescrip tions anti rheumatic cures I decided to usa Chamberlains Pain Balm whirl I had seen advertised in the South Jer- seyman After two applications of- Iltis Remedy I was much better nnd after using otto bottle was completely curvdSahhle Harris SaJemN J For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m The truth is never known about a man until hess dead and even then you cant read It on his monument Shot in His Left Leg For all kinds of sos burns bruices or other wounds UeWiUa Wiicli Ha zel Salve is n blue euro Skin diseases vielci to it at once Never fails in ItealitigNutiect counterfeits I suffered fur many years front a sore cmiseti by u gun bliot wound in my lulL lejf says A S Fuller Enclislr Iiui It would not heal and jjavejtJ much rouble I used nI kinds of remedies to no purpose mill I tried IMVilid Viich Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me 1errj Thomas m Sntnivulwtiy Ises the fittest looking bail but it never tnsTfs good alien it ix Swallowed Saved Many a Time Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is sprilig Such cieq often result fcurioiisly lit this tti tiu jubt beouin people are careless A Uune of Ont Minute Cough Cure will temove all danger Absolutely safo Acts at once riihrouchitiltroubles I hnvc used Ono Minute Cou h Cure several years says Post master C O Dawson Barr ill It is the very lest cough medicine on the market It has saved me many a severn spell of sickness and I warmly favoritePerry It Is no disgrace to be poor unless your own laziness and improvidence is the cause of Neglect Means Danger Dont neglect biliousness and constipation Your health will suffer per rittleEarlDcWittssatisfactory pills I ever took Never Perryrhotnas The fellow who is always finding other peoples faults seldom loses his OWII ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES fronStatesnearly two hundred million dollars Dr F H experinenteandgerm of swine diseases and prepared a Strain Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the 000 De 400hogasued by this remedy lion treated with the hlgheipriceThe Company guarantees that the injection of absolutelypreventwill caveat least 65 percent In case of failure refundedorbogsOne ounce vial sufficient Jor six hogs 100 ChemicilQQmpauy21aprly When a iruns breath smells of cloves his conversation is not necessarily epi oy A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and Colds in Chil dren I have not the slightest hesitancy Coughiteinodycoughs or colds says Chas M Cram er Esq a well known watchmaker of Colombo Ceylon It has been some two years since the Citv Dispensary first called my attention to this valua ble medicine nnd I have repeatedly used it and it has always been bone flcial It has cured we quickly of all chest colds It is especially effective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarse trytiltSalias well pleased ns myself over the results For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m Close friends are seldom the ones who spend their money on you The Great Dismal Swamp ofMalariaground everywhere These germs RchelInduce dangerous maladies lint Elec tile Hitters never fall to destroy them Mud cure malarial troubles They will Mjrely prevent typhoid Vo tried IIIHCIV remedies for Malaria anti Stom liCit arid Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byesviile 0 hut nay Electrftlliiterll SollistactionThe breath of suspicion is often caused by cloves Better Than Pills The question has been asked in what way are Chamberlains Stomach pllhOurmore pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as UpUIIrheyach and leave time bowels in a natural harshInby constipation For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m Stealing n watcli has caused many a fellow to windup in jail Wants to Help Others hI had stomach trouble all my life thicUniontried all kinds of remedies went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get A moments peare DyspepsiaCuregreat satislaction I never found Itl equal for istomaeli trouble And gladly helpoIlierYouiontliavenre digests what you eat Perry Thomas 1m It is usually the better half that gets the worst of it Cures Wood Poison Cancer Ulcers Ecze ma Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Max ysGa sa s headfacojointsburningrun down nnd discouraged but Botan perfeetlvhealedthe rich slow of health Wood Balm put new life into my blood and new AWilliamspimples chronic sore on hack of head eatingulcercured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs nCI scales pimples etcEspeciallycases that have reached the second or third stage Druggints I To prove sentrrtruubieseaTed letter 1m J Xjt KIDNEY TROUBLES Mrs ionise i Gibsoa 8m That This Fatal Disease Is Easily Cured by Lydia IE Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound U Dam MBa PnomUt 1 felt ien discouraged two I had IIUf fered so long with kidney troubles and other complications and had taken BO much medicine without relief thnt I began to think there was no hope lor- me Life looked so good to me but what is life without health I wanted to be welL O MES LOUISE M GIBSON E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound cured me and made mc well and that is why I gladly write you this and gladly thank ypu six bottles was all I took together with your Pills My headache backache and kidney trouble went never to return the burning sensation I had left altogether my general health was improved I felt as young and light and happy as at twenty MBS LOUISE GIBson 4813 Langley Ave Chicago IlL5000 forfeit If atmt ttsUmanlalltnatytnaln If feel that there is anything at all unusual or about your case or if wish confidential advice of the most experienced write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass and you will be advised free of charge E pinkhams Vegetable Compound has cured and is curing thousands cases of female trouble =The Democratic Congress ional Committee named the following Executive Commit tee Ben T Cable chair man Lewis NixonDavid Overmey er Thos Taggart Ricbard Olney and Daniel Lamont Rose Comb- WhiteLeghorns J The Midwinter Egg Machines Eggs from J 5 winning stpckor H S G MORGAN martWZm WHITES STATION KY A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in gold aud silver has come to bt pro verbial Men have the same leaninKT but they disguise it Hero are scores of fancies in gold and silver for very littles money The quality of every piece in our stock is of guaranteed excellence L E LANE =Season of 1902 exANo 1416 Vol 4 His Sire Rex McDonald was the lar intriiericJ ELK GARDEN FARM TERMS 20 FOR A UVE COLT IT PAYS TO BREED TO THE BEST +REX A amodeltomordancyrecortlwhlchbjs breeding will abowj have shownandam has never been defeated in the choir and shownIthat she was the finest brood mare they eversaw sireaudthree years old Droved his title to the championship by capturing the premium arer nil hiscompetitorshonors in the saddle ring than any ssalllonliving Rex McDonald the greatest sweepstai e tad Zouryarsattheweepstace thesullein regular saddlr ring and at Lexington Ky la he won in sweepstake first In reg secondonceand196 Le won the SIlO sweepstake at Kansas 1l20eaddleprewium Louishorsesaddle premium combined premium and regn irerninmsinfourlarge premium that has been given for addle bettuKansasCity MoinSiLouisthefinestREX A By The Great Rex McDonald 833 tatdam MIss Richmond SSl the dam o CerO Baldeslredbuttwa111woregeldingREX A flIiaByDrennon 1st dan Miss Richmond MI thedan Cero Corda dlam FtorcnceiTenns20 For a Living ColtI r 4toneywiUaccidents or escapes Mares sold traded or baenltbilby nay boric Mares kept at ten cents a dsy on grata rseetM F ArbtcL apt1t 1Silver Crttk KyI i j tAs good a Plow tAs Money can Buy tr + IIStandards We have a full line of Disc Harrows and Cultiva 1fJt tons such as Jenny Lynn New Departure and Brown One Cultivators ranging in price v from J5 to 2250 Come in and give us a dcall when in need of anything in this line 3We are sure we can fill your wants at a jj pricec jfi 1r The Davenport Wirelss t1 Checkrow Corn Planter Is one of ouc Specialties This is something new and every farmer shouldexamine it before buying a Planter jf tLOur line of Collars Pads Back Trace Chains Hamestrings etc is complete We will give you Va Low Price on these goods We handle the Majestic Range Also Born Steel Range You will find these fJV goods the Best on the market Tin Roofing Guttering and Tin Work generally done rbyus Let us give you an estimate on your t Respectfully yours of +Arbuckle iXC Simmons4 1 t tt ttt tt Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers t rearrangedItBest WashingPhiladelphiaGood buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonnell GenL Mgr ISJecly Save Money Supplisfromcrease We prove to each patron that they 11t only get the BEST l GOODS Il1IARKETri but the LOWEST PRICE r Onc you trail with us always our friend and Give us a trial order and we will proVe our ability tll please We pay L HIGHEST MARKET PRlCE7 50 b liememberifest Prices call on us O POWELL BikoSo U Sxnyly I am agent for the Page Wire Fence jt amountwanted eiAlsoJersey Hogs for sale TCOYXlrkaville W SHARIFOAMt jr1 Vegetable Shampoo JTonic and Dandruff wi JoJstopaflL th hair sort and silky WI cannot JItrow hair on bald beads orA haIr to la restore guaritnteeclaim we CENTSw JE C WINESby coNewN9SUBSTITUtEI JiI MORE LIVES ARE SAVED USIKQDrDiscoveirj FOR Consumption Coughs and Coins By All Other Throat And lung RemedieD Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption CoiJ HayFeverPleurisy Croup and Whooping PAYPrice IDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedlgestantsfood It glvealnstant relief and never eats11theoodytn1m can takeft many thousands of dyspeptics have been cored after everything else TaIled Is unequalled the stomach Child rest With weak stomachs thrive on It- AdieUtlnecescaryFirst dose relieves oust alsusssk 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