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JP- ii T1r 1 1 1JIf 6I t J C Tim RICHMOND CLIMAX f IVOLUME 28 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDY APRIL 30 1902 NUMBER 4f 11 I Winter is Not H Over Yet AND WE HAVE ON HAND t One Moors Air Tight Heater One Radiant Home Air Tight r And aboutSix 6 Plain Stoves that we will sell at Actual cost To get the space for other goods We want the room fro the ONLY PLOW ON EARTH and no other plow will go under the earth like the j j l Oliver Chilled Ile Backbandsanother crop and will sell the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE as we have always done D B SHACKELFORD i CO Main Street W RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on WE splendid assortment of ourI ++44 + + FURNITURE 1 +o++ which is more extensive now than pver Every line is cristling with Holiday selections To properly celebrate the season YOU will probably desire soraa new piece Vo have new Chairs Tables Buffer China CabinetsSideBoards iiiv everythlngsultnblelortheDiningRoom i Iron lieds full stock has just reached us Library nnd Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever offered rRockers any style you may wish r Couchesv ery latest dpsipie See the line of Leather Goods Picture FraminpCarpets Matting and Rugs t + + 4 4- I JO SJOPlIN i 1 220222 W Main Street 1 4 4 4 4+ ++ ++44 + + ++ + I Undertaking a Specialty G W Evans Jr Embalmer aud Director a HOMESIrs z1 ZZ 4 AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET A GOOD HOME CHEAP The ttonncl Stone Laud Company have determined to offer for the npxt Thirty Days desirable homes of ten acres and up at the low price of from 300 TO 1000 PER ACRE This Company owns over Three Thousand Acres of land on the Kentucky Central Division of the Louisville Nashville Railroad on the waters of Hound Stone and Copper Creeks In Kockcastle county Kyrand are now platting and subdividinp same into town lotd and desirable farms and putting both lots and land at figures within the reach of anyone desiring a home or a business or resldnnce lot rhe lots am being laid off in Conway a growing little town on the L N- It 11 Th re is already erected in Conway two lapse general mercanti IB btorrs n spleiiItd PnlJk Sclioul building etc Conway iiuated in a beautilul valley about five miles south of lterea CoItegeon f thA largest ednQatimaI insi tutions In the South and those waning their children to get a highclass edu cation could have them nttend this College from home on Horseback or vehicle or bv train Oonway Is noted for its wpll of Lilhia water Persons coming here with kiduev or bladder tremble realize almost instant relief The lands offered fur Kale IH mostly very fertile Wjil raise cnrn or any of tlm cereals and i especially adapted to a high grade of toharco and is very flue fruit KrowitB land At Conway is a ready maiUet for titK hub timber and spokes and there is on P treat portion of the lund offered for sale enough tIm- ber if worked unfnirket to many times over pay for the huid Tim land offered fur sale Is not more thAn nile and one half mile from rail road station The land and lots will lie sold for one third cash and residue payable Inone and two j cars bearing Fix per cent per annum No security asked but a lien on the laud Any further information desired will be gladly furnished by ijie Round Stone Land Company Apr2 u RICHMOND KY Or this Office t FOR jI Photographs tOf the ugliest Order t Visit the Spngler irl GrJlerJ j- Our work taken First Prize at different State Conventions npr236mo 1 1 a F IJSPENGLERlJlk ecingtoiiKyI- I I Si v I Stirring Career of Ed Terrill the Kentucky Guerrilla A writer in the Shelby Re cord says I promised to tell the readers of the Record something about Ed Terrill who for a while was here looking for guerrillas but who in the end became worse than any of them He was a young fellow when he died only twentysixbut his career of crime was probably unexcelled in the history of any of the outlaws of modern times He was rem ed near Harrison ville in this county being a grandson of Robert J Baker who at that time own ed the farm now know as the Chris Shepherd place Young Terrill was known as a daredevel from the time he was old enough to go to school and an invitation to fight no matter how much larger the boy vho made it was was always accepted without hesitation Before he was grown he became a bareback rider in Dan Cas tellos circus and while thus engaged he killed his first man at Baltimore McL where the circus was giving a series of exhibitions The man was a saloon keeper who took offense at what Terrill said in reference to the liquor that was furnished and drawing a gun shot Terrill in the arm The latter jumped over the bar after being wounded and knocking the saloon keeper down took the gun away from him and blew out his oppo nents brains with the charge in the other barrel of the gun He was arrested and put in jail but at his trial was ac quitted He then returned to Kentucky and joined the Confederate army On one occasion he and another soldier were sent to a farmhouse to arrest two Union soldiers who were said to be hiding there Upon demanding admittance to the house one of the soldiers who was at an upstairs window shot him making a serious wound from which he suffered at all times thereafter After being shot he went in the house and with his own hand killed both of the soldiers Later he was cursed and struck by a superior officer in the Confederate army and he deliberately shot and killed him He was tried beforea drum head courtmartial and sen tenced to be shot While un der sentence he succeeded in burrowing out of his prison and escaping to Louisville was given a commission by the Federal General John M Palmer as a Captain of jude pendent scouts He soon gathered together a company of boon companions who like himself were brave desper ate but coldblooded men They were terrors to the Con federate guerrillas that in fested Shelby Henry Spen cer and Nelson counties in those days and it would be impossible to tell accurately how many men were killed and wounded by Terrill and his men A guerrilla by the name of Cox a desperate man who had an unenviable reputation was met by Terrill near MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW ie many socalled birth medicines and nost remedies for women in thetreatment f her delicate contain more or strychnineDolrug ts ore notpermitted to Bell narcot poisonsDo not take internally any medlclse lor the pregnancyDo Friend Is applied externally only Do You Know that Mothers Friend is a celebrated prescription and that it has been in use over forty years and that each bottle of the genuine the name of The Bradfield Regulator Co Dor you know that when use this remedy during the fcriod of gestation that you will be free in and bear healthy hearty and clever children 1 these things are worth knowing They ore facts Of druggists at 100 Dont be persuaded to a substitute Our little book M tiu fr 1I IIMfI TIt IS MIMI S- sI J f Bloomfield and after a terifi duel with pistols the foriuei was killed and the latter si badly wounded it was believ ed he would diet He after wards alone and singlehand ed went to the rendezvous Here Walker a desperado who made his headquarter near Louisville and liillec him This was donp it h saidat the of thE Jefferson county authorities Liter he met Quantrell anl his men at a barn now standing near Wilsonville Spence county and the Confederate guerrilla leader was killed bj Terrill and the remainder oi the band were killed outrighl or made to scatter so that a reformation of the gang was never effected Quantrell and eleven of his men were killed then and there ard thai section of the State wasnre lieved of a body of men thai had hararssed and worried them for a long time While fighting the guerril las Terrill was hail fellow wellmet with the citizens ol Shelbyville He was looked upon by the people as a hero and nothing was too good for him and his men They had access to the town at all hours and a number of them stopped at the hotels while others among them Terrill and his Lieutenant Harry Thompson boarded with Mrs Lucy Burnett who was a grandaunt of the former In May 1865 a company of negro soldiers were quartered in the old markethouse which stood where the law yers offices are in the rear of the Court House One morning Mr Thos C MoGrath who lived in the building known as the McGrath block went out and discovered that the negroes were splitting up for kindling a lot of the wood work of machinery owned by him that he had stored in the market house Mr McGrath remonstrated with them and one of them picked up a mus ket and jlred the ball passing entirely through the gentle mans body It was discovered afterward that the ball after fatally wounding Mr McGrath had knocked large piece out of one of the bricks in the Court House wall and the place where it struck is frequently pointed out by those who tell the story of the murder The negro who fired the shot was placed uudjer arrest by the officers of the company to which he belonged and was taken to the third story of the courthonse where he was placed under guard The civil authorities demanded custody of the negro but this was denied them and Shelby yule was in a hubub About that time Capt Terrill and his company of scouts came riding into Shelbyville and when told of what had hap pened they insisted that the negro be turned over to the civil officers Terrill went to the officer in command and informed him that if the pris oner was not delivered up im mediately that there would be trouble and lots of it With that he followed by his men started for the third story of the Court house Arriving there the officer a young Lieutenant who was in charge of the guard or dered Terrill and his men to leave at once Laughing at his temerity they took him in hand and leading him to the head of the stairs their lead er after twisting his ear gave him a good kicking and he was glad enough to get to a safer place downstairs They then took the negro who had shot M r McGrath out to the balcony on the third story and tied a rope around his neck They then tied the other end of the rope to the railing and were in the act of pitching the wretch over where he would have dangled forty feet from the ground when a squad of regularwhite soldiers who were quartered at the fair grounds arrived on the scene in time to save the negros life He was tak en in charge by the latter sql diers and sent to Louisville where he was executed a few months later The 8tatteri ff Wan is not al way s trut1IfcJgkckstobkord L i HowToGain Persons have been known to r gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMUL SION It is strange but it often I happensSomehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the digestive machinery going prop erly so that the patient is able II to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do be fore and that is the way the gain IS made rA certain amount of flesh Is t necessary for health if you have bytaking StOiIS EiIIIISIMI IYou will find it lust as useful in summer as in winter end if you are thriving upon It dont stop because the weather Is warm drugglst5l York r STRANGE MOVEMENTS t Of the Earth Startled Fisher menThought the World Was Coming to an End- Mr Edward Wilson of Har- assistIant in the revenue office un der Collector Denton halt thrilling experience Tuesday afternoon while fishing in Dicks river near Thislers mill Mr Wilson is a conserva tive man and makes little stock in the wild prophecies of cranky individuals but his superstitious proclivities were about to predominate Tues day and his mind quickly reverted to the article which appeared in the Advocate from a Chicago man Monday afternoon stating that the end of the world was nigh at handWhile experiencing the delightful sensation of jerking a wdrrlJlinrrIJerch from the clear waters of that placid stream thare came a sudden and very preceptible vibra tion of the earths crust fol lowed by a large quantity of the water in the river appar ently shooting several hun dred feet in the atmosphere- Mr Wilson narrowly es caped drowning when the deluge came as did also his five companions The gentlemen were great ly excited at the strange ter restial movements and the subsequent action of the water and thought among many other things that the world was about at an end However the occurence was easily solved when they ascended the cliffs and dis covered that Kings big pond had broken loose at the bottom and the entire contents had emptied into Dicks river about half way down the high south cliff Had the gentlemen been on the opposite side of the stream they would have met a watery grave and their untimely taking away would probably have remained an unsolved mystery for years tocome The escape was so narrow that Mr Wilson refuses to tallcabout the matter except with his most intimate asso ciates He is trying to for get the experience Those desiring further in formation rtt respectfully referred to Collector Denton or Mr Bland Ballard F1K M BURGIN Thislers Lake anoted fish ing resort near the cliffs of Dicks river sprang a leak and in a few minutes the large body of water with the exception of a small area on the west side was swallowed upTby the earth says a Bur- WiiIdispatcth fO the Louisville Timejvi The lake was situa t immediately over a larg cavern nd the weight of the water broke through The water was Lweiit feet deep and contained numberless schools of fish which are now keeping alive in the small amount of water that remains Many of the fish are five and swishthemad cavorting over being confined in such shallow wa ter The break in the lake will be stopped with cement and the will aoorr gaia its fineiisizeDthivil1Q Adrl J fvoc ter z Wanted a Bunch of Chaun ceys Jokes Prominent men receive all sorts of things by mail but a letter found in Senator De pews mail last week will match the most oi them It is from a small town in South era Indiana Dear Mr Pepew itsaid we are getting up a negro minstrel show for the purpose of buying a sett of colored dishes for the Baptist Church We are to have four end men two of whom are women and one interloyou know who I mean I cant spell it who sits in the middle We need a lot of new and decent jokes so as not to shock Wont you sit down and write us about fifty good new jokes some things that have never been used before Make them splitters as this show is for a new settof dish es for the Baptist Chuich Please grind them out as soon as possible and send them to me P SWe will put on the progrmme All these original jokes were made up by Chauueey Depew That will pay you for the work Ex One Box Cures Eczema- I had a very severe cisb of eczema givenmebygive me satisfaction Mr Eymann rec ommended your Reinlcks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOscar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by B L Middleton 5iuuely There are times when the lovliest spot or earth looks suspiciously like an ace Life Guards The Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of the British household troops They are gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart Kingshouseholdskould have its life guards The tired ot them Is especially great when the greatest foes of life find allies in very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month of March The best way that we know of to guard against syterngreatest of all life guards It removes the conditions in which these diseases make their most successful attack gives vigor and tone to all the vital or gamma and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Kemem her the weaker the system the greater the exposure tojdisease Hoods Sarsaparilla makes the system strong Itn From the ratal maidens point of view the city girl is the greenest timing on earth 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 regularprofession After administering three doses of Jt mv son regainedconscious- ness and recovered entirely within MaryHallerRemedy is for sale bv Stockton Ha gall irn Italy furnishes nearly all the sulphur used in the world Wields a Shaip Ax Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kines New Life Pills the most distressing tro Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundiro Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25u at Perry Thomas drug rtorn 1m Friends of B T Conway and W T Hawkins who have been waging a hot fight for the Lebanon postoffice have succeeded in arrangingcorn promise According to the agreement Mr Conway is to be reappointed and Mr Haw kins will serve as deputy- SURGICALOPERATIONS ORcraSingerProof That Operations for Ovarian Troubles are necessary DEAR MRS PnfKiUM Travelling fiJr years on the road with irregular meals and sleep and damp bed broke lown my health so compietly two years ago that the physician aaviseda complete rest and when I gained JIE3 Q BRUCE sufficient vitality an operation for ovarian troubles Not a very prospect to be sure I hbweirer was advised to try Lydia E Plnlibams awl San IUlltC9forfelt that my general health lad im proved in three months xnoxs I was and I have been in perfect health since I did not lose an jngage meat or miss a meal Your Vegetable Compound is certainly wonderful and the praise your admiring friends YlIohavobeen cured are ready tog alwanrak highly of it you have reason to d- oaoMng a BKUCELaulit Mich jTheptnufac ibis aiWct CaR be MeirM Si ut- a bY tiaIt Miii P1 kki- L3P Your et4w iM M = II AMlLL J Do You Know IThatBuggies and Carriages are from J5 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have good selection on our floor You save money by trayinenowand 5 The Inclemency faof the Weather style going Carriage Mi John Prop Caused a great many of our Lady friends to not get during ourJt OPENINGw J1 And in order to not disappoint them Jwe have kept a great many of the IIti Suits Walking Skirts and SilkJSkirts over and they can be seen at our JStore any time during the j 1Next 20 Days We guarantee perfect fits in all garments IIAgreat many beautiful suits and skirtsJare being shown in this line see our new silks new wash fabricswJembroideries wash piques linens J wJandJust received a lot of J J m Tua ai ors 5 girdiesJ1 J JAW D OLDHAM CO J c C e tL I U 71 71 7 1K 7I7I71F ROPESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBHETTATLAW RICHMOND KENTuCKY Office x the Burnam Building next door to arraers National Bank feb3ly scrxiirvajsj JA ATlORNEYATLA- WRICIUIOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KIVTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery WR LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KKXTCCK- YESTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON FHYaiCIAKS AND SUROEOKS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tbtoe Cc Jim building andso Sec end Street ave Rime sold drugstore 27 CHAS C HOOKER 12EIZIL1h1 UIUEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty jr OfSce at my stable on corner Pint and Water Streets Richmond Ky aprTly H C JASPER ill IJ Medicine and Surgery Olhce Prather Building Main Street Telephone lit resilience the Cnrr place on Broadway ICHMOKD KENTUCKY W EVANS D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DEN AL STJEOEET I DT aetc O SOt DEETINT op LonisviiiE Ky 4 OMce ncit door to Qoveiniient Building fUchmSndEy Office hoursa to 111 to i novlTly Harry M Blanton c DENTIST L1Janlyji p r DR LANwtAir 1 Hot 3 Ji7r k elneidnYM rr r Li t r lose nothing In and Vehicles of all qualII Cost more another prices of materials are Ky Donelson out sold new rG t I ili i m 7 1 71 7F Jl t- ri Interest You j Certainly we can Every farmer and house 71keeper in Madison county will need something four line To the farmer we call attention to our Vulcan particularlyj Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Western Plows and other neces I1 sary to the cultivator of all crops and to the fhousekeeper we call attention to our line of 7fi Modal Steel Ranges Southern Queen Cooking liks Stoves and other kitchen furniture Our line of Hardware is second to none in Kentucky land our prices will astonish you We carry a the goods you must have and will interest you tV if you will call and get our prices before placing orders for anything in this line We are also agents for the celebrated Studebaker Farm Wagon which is the finest and most durable wagon on the market We make aILspecialty of Tin loofing and Guttering IrI W D Buckley one of the best tinners in Ken ttucky having charge of this department C and let us quote you prices and we will lfof friend and customer ZJng= BROS iiURMAN 4 4+ + ++ ++ + + + ++ W has made Richmond time best market on Hides SkiD old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and nil other Junk stock there Is on earth When other people can pay good prices Thnrman can pay better prices always the highest Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market vro will buy them all tlietime CALL AND GET OUR PRICES twI Thurrnan Grocery Co J liantf DEAL AT S s 0 0 Hurst Bros t Department Store East End and you can get 1your wants as we keep everything in I Jf DryGoods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others iri LINE is complete and than ever OverrIall kinds Hardware Etc GiveusacalU Let us show you pur large View line of v i GENERAL MERCHANDISE lalLtcinds We can save you money neinember we stilll give YOU Rebate Stamps Dont forget to 3sk for stamp RpprJtS1r IJftr 7 r ity f illJQStFt B- ROiIra I fJ Ti I R I CHM 01 n T The Richmond Climax C CHENAULT President A D MILLER Manager ROBTS CROI1 Editor WEDNESDAY APR SO 1002 PUBLISH EVErr wnnNitauAY BY fha Climax Printing Co Incorporated t ANNOUNCEMENTS We are requested to announce ROY C wntTE t a candMato for Circuit Court Clerk subject to tte action oi the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN H HRKCK ax a candidate for Clerk of the Madl ma Circuit curt Mla to the action of the Democratic party I hereby mnxxiBce myself as a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir cuit Court nbtoct to the action of the Demo cratic party Hoping that my many friend in the part will faforably consider any claims that I nay have to the nomination and if nom inated I promise to UN all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I hare in the put to faithfully discharge duttasai Clerk Thanking the ptople for past and future favors lam Respectfully 8 H THORPE We art anthoriied to announce GEORGE D WHITIl all a candidate for Clerk of the Madi sfln Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party THE following from the pen of Editor Walton of the Lex ington Democrat has our en dorsement The sheriff of Bell county who testifi d so glibly that he wanted Goebel killed had suggested the men to lire the shot was glad then and is glad nov that he was killed would be another migh ty good man also to have his neck broken According to his own story he is the meanest and most heartless of all the cowardly crowd that con Spired to assassinate a man tit latchet of whose shoe they were unworthy to loose SENATOR CAlumcK of Ten nessee delivered a lengthy speech Friday in opposition to the Philippine Bill Dur ing his speech he sharply criticized the President not only for the policy heispursu ing hi the Philippines but also for thj utterances which the Senator declared tend to fan the flames of insurrection He also denounced Freddie Funston whom he character ized as the lay hawker Briga dier from the Windswept plains the mightiest Samp- sonthat ever weilded the jaw- boneof 3I ass as a weapon of War =STATE Insurance Comnri sinner John B Chenault has foihpleted his report on the fire insurance companies doing business in Kentucky It shows that sixteen have with drawn since January 1 1901 while seven new ones have entered the field Two have hell placed in receivers hands another application for a receiver is pending and 11Tcompauies are now operating CifiBroweriCo LEXINGTON KY Pictures Our determination to closeout our Art Department brings you an opportunity seldom offered to buy the very best pictures at fac tory costand in many in fitances much less Hundreds of People t2 t have taktti advantage of this sale nUll have been kstanishMl at the values we4e offering i Remember 4t 1 JJrery Framed Picture Every J beet Picture Every Jfadeup Frame Every Florentine Frame In fACt every article of this entire Att Stoak is without reserve included in this sale and itab QhQiollt C1F1Broer LOJ tUIN AND HROADWAf f LEXING1PJKr pU1J L ELK FAIR A BRILLIANT VICTORY The Democrats in the house of representatives have scor ed a signal victory over their opponents Standin at last with a few unimportan texceptions shoulder to shoulder the Demo crats divided and disorganized the Republicans broke the autocracy of the speaker and amended the Cuban reciproc ity measure with a provision abolishing the differential tariff on sugar This is certainly more than the most optimistic Democrat dared hopeto accomplish two weeks ago and is only a fore taste of what the minority may yet do if it shall continue to present the compact front which it maintained in Fri days battle It had been feared that there would be serions division among the Democrats themselves on the proposition to secure the tariff in favor of Cuba but on the final vote only stood ten against it The result is a brilliant victor remains and its inspir iting effect is bound to be lasting and great The differential sugar duty as all who are posted in tariff legislation understand is the difference between the duty on raw sugar and the higher duty on refined sugar This is the duty which the sugar trust has always demanded and has always got the Democrats now in passing through the house a repeal of that differential rate have struck the trust a strong blow and have taken an im portant step toward making the sugar tariff more a tariff for revenue and less a tariff for protection while they have forced the Republicans to align themselves only in defense of the trust It is from every standpoint the most telling triumph achiev ed by the Democratic minority in years Mr Payne the leader of the Republican majority says thatthis amendment to the reciprocity bill carries with it a repeal of the countervail ing duty as well as of the differential duty If that is true so much the better The countervailing duty is the extra duty which must be placed upon sugar on which the government of the pro ducerpays an export bounty In other words it is the result of that phase of protec tion which refuses to allow the American consumer to get the benefiit of the gener osity of a foreign sugar pro ducers government in partially paying the American tariff tax If Mr Payne is right the Democrats did a bigger days work Friday than they are aware of themselve- sIt is likely that the amend ed bill willhave rough soilng in the Senate The sugar trust is very strong in that body but even though theme sure be finally passed into the House amendment the tactical advantage which the House Democrats have won can not be diminished Fri day was a red letter day for the Democrats in Congress CourierJournal BERRY HOWARD accused of complicity in the murder of William Goebel has been acquitted The jury returned its verdict at noon Friday Howard thanked each of the jurors and said to them I knew you would do what was right WHEN the OOOappropria tion for our Federal Court room is secured it will bring the total cost of the Govern ment Building up to 100949 LAND STOCK AND CROP 7 O Jlay of Ray county Mo has sold ill black jacks in the last 90 days 14 to 15J hands at 200 to 700 and 29 black jennets I3t to 14 J hands at 25 to7fi At St Joseph Mo a bunch of 1500 pound steers sold at S725 per hundred which is the highest price ever paid in thai market for cattle The previous high point was 710 The Department Agriculture has issue a statement of the foielgn trade of tile United States in agricultural products Itf shows that darIng tho fiscal year 1901 foreign countries pur ehasJd American farm products to the reprelehLinKthofalltet tory Compared with the record frshow on increase of over- Slooimooo v v IIt f Spring Humors Como to most people and cause many troublesplmples bolls and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tiredfeeling fits of biliousness Indigestion and headache The sooner one gets rid of them the bettor and the way to get rid of them and to build up the system that has suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills SpringIstrength in purifying the as shown by unequalled radical and permanent cures of ScrofulaScald AU Kinds of Humor Blood Poisoning Catarrh Salt Rheum Bolls Pimples Psoriasis Rheumatism Dyspepsia Etc Acpept no substitute but be sure to get Hoods and get it today Moving Up The Louisville Times says of a former Richmond boy Mr Daniel Breck Superintendent of the Bowling Green division of the L N has resigned On May 1 Mr Breck who is a very capable traffic man is to become Gener al Superintendent of the St Louis Terminal Association at St Louis His successor on the first divison has not yet been announced Sues for 2000 Damages J M Thornae doing business as the Ford Lumber Company at Ford Ky was made defendant in the Fayette Circuit Court last week in a suit filed against him by J D Hughes doing business as the J D Hughes Lumber Company at High Bridge Ky The plantiff sues for 2000 damages on an alleged breach of contract in which he alleges he was to get certain logs that overflowed the defendants boom at Ford and flowed down the Kentucky river to the plantiflfa boom near High BridgeLexington Democrat Dr Robots Reply The Danville News contained a lengthy editorial last week on part of a speech supposed to have been deliv ered by Dr Wm C Roberts in Mil waukee recently In Tuesdays issue of that paper Dr Roberts publishes a reply to the article and states that the report of his address as given by the Milwaukee paper was untrue Ho says that the address delivered in Pubst Theatre was a sermon which ho preach ed at DanvilU oa February 11 1900 and also in Lancaster on the 20th of April 1902 As we took the liberty of making a few comments on the article we now take pleasure in giving Dr Roberts reply on such part as covers the case We are glad that the report of the address given in the Milwaukee paper was untrue for occupying the po sitiolt that he holds and holding to buch ideas his influence would not benefit the hundreds of young men under his instruction Dr Roberts says Xo one has ever heard me say a word depreciative of the learning valor or capability of Southerners I have never claimed Yankee shrewdness and if I poseess it in a high degree no one would ever hear of my making a hyp ocritical use of it I have uttered no sentiment North that I have not utter ed or could if I chose have uttered anywhere in the South J have instituted no comparison any place between tho scholars and the statesmen of the North and the South I have never spoken of the ignorance of the South nor of the great need of breaking up the dominant party At the beginning of every college year I have taken oc casion to tell all the students that I did not know and did not care what were the political affiliations of the profess ors or the students I have never been a politicianThe may here be asked could your namu bo mentioned at all in the special from Milwaukee I do not know I have a theory in regard to it but that can only be a specula tion and I hardly feel justifiable in go lug beyond my real knowledge To avoid however all possible necessity for my penning another word bn this subject I will volunteer an explanation without claiming that it is correct At ten oclock on Sunday night at the Pfister Hotel In Milwaukee a card was brought up to mv bedroom with the name on it of a gentlemen wham I did not know I went down to the office to meet him and found that he was a perfect stranger to me He asked if I was not a Presbyterian minister and a University President from the South and I replied that I was He informed me that he was a representative of one of the newspapers naming it He told me that he was not able to be present at Pabst Teeatre in the afternoon and would like me to give him an ab stract of my address there I told him I was too tired to write or dictate even a brief of my sermon in the afternoon Is the proposition to raise in the North a million of dollars for Educa tion in the Sontb he continued a wise one I replied yes if it is judfcitfas Iv distributed I added much of that work had been done by the people of the South as well as of the North for the freedmen and that the smaller colleges of the South were doing as good and as thorough work as the smaller colleges of the North But that we needed more schools of science and technology to fit our young men to take their place at the head of the great enterprises that wilt be started In in creasing numbers in the near future I told him furthur that I entertained very high opinions of the future of the South in commerce agriculture man ufacture etc Inview of this I stated that we needed better appliances in our Universities to prepare ouKYoung men to direct and control our future enter prises There Was not a won said about politics Nothing could have been said for he did not ask me what were my political affiliations and I did not ask him for his speclaifromMilwaukee this reporter II so 1 doubt that he intended to assert that what he report ed was uttered by me in Pabst Thea tre The sentence you see is ambigu ous He thought be must pen a sen papershouldtre If this is not the explanation of my name appearing am not able to solve the or thepe Ial fiovr Milwaukee1 I And Carnival Association P uLyiiTViola Allen atLcttoeton In many respects the most impor tant dramatic event of the entire season at the Lexington Opera House will be the engagement of Miss Viola Allen who comes for two performances on Monday May 12th She will be seen at the matinee in a magnificent revival of the Hunchback and at the evening performance in her great suc cess of the past two seasons In The Palace of the King The former play has been put on by the Lleblers for a special spring tour of four weeks In It Miss Allen ap pears as the beautiful daughter of Master Walter and finds the role one well suited to her excellent methods She is supported by a special allstar cast and surrounded by fin elaborate pro ductionHer Dolors in the dramatization of Marian Crawfords famous novel has proved such a delightful creation that her many admirers regret to have her give it up Special rates on all rail roadf U Hr Gilbert on Kentocky We are all poor and proud in Ken tucky says Representative Gilbert of that State and be adds the poorer the prouder If there is a man moreable to sing the praises of Kentucky than Mr Gil bert lead us to him For the Repre sentativo from the Eighth dlstiicthas ransacked all the pages of history po litical ecclesiastical and civil to find ont just how Kentuckians distinguish themselves It was a gallant young Kentuckian rays he who scaled the walls of Cbapultepec and planted the Stars and Stripes above the palace of the llontezumas The first steamboat ever seen Inthe world was invented by John Fitch a Kentuckian The greatest ornithologist in the world James Audubon was a Kentuckian The first successful operation of ovariotomy and the first successful hipjoint amputation in surgery were performed by Kentucky surgeons Al exander Campbell a Kentuckian founded the greatest and most respect able religious denomination that ever originated on the Western hemisphere The most gifted aud eloquent preacher in the Presbyterian church was Robert J Breckinridge of Kentucky But why not continue Mr Gilberts interesting list especially when betas other rounds in the ladder wherebv Kentucky mounts to the highest plane For instance Kentucky was the first State to establish a general system of public schools supported by universal taxation It was Kentuckys soldiers who made possible the victory of Gen Jackson at New Orleans and Kentucky furnished more soldiers than anv other State in the war with Mexfco And best of all according to Mr Gilbert no State of equal population has fewer suits for seduction slander divorce or libeland no State has fewer prosecu lions for robbery theft arson or bur glary V ashington Post The New Jjift Concerning our new Circuit Judge the Morniug Herald says As has been predicted Governor Beckham appointed James M Benton Esq of Winchester as the successor of Judge Thomas J Scott Mr Benton has accepted the appointment and wills assume the duties of his office on next Monday in Madison The Madison Circuit Court was in progress when Judge Scott died and it is of impor lance that Judge Benton enter upon the office there immediately We have known Judge Benton since early manhood We were associated with him years ago when he was the partner of our friend Judge Rodney Haggard and the firm of Haggard Benton were the attorneys for the Ches apeake Ohio Railway Company when we were its counsel and have watched bis career since He is a man of perfect habits of abundant industry of excel lent native intellect and an admirable lawyer He has been a successful prac titioner He is in the prime of a very vigorous manhood being about forty or fortvone years of age He was born in Madison county early settled in Win chester and married a MadiRou county lady belonging to a very large and in fluential family connection and is therefore entirely in sympathy with thed people of the district in which he will serve We presume from his accept ance of this office that he will be a can didate in November 1903 for the full succeeding term arid we know of no reason why he should have opposition- It is a conservative district in which so far as we can recall no judge has ever been defeated for election since the Constitution 184950 We have not agreed with Judge Benton in his political views since the division of the Democratic party in 1896 He not only adhered to the regular organiza tion but he has beeu very active as one of the leaders of the extreme free silver wing of his party in Clark county and in that district and we felt it our duty to say some years ago wlien an Appellate Judge was to be elected in that district that we did not see our way clear to support him for that office to which it was supposed be aspired but we are glad of his appointment now and we believe that he will dis charge the duties of his office with en tire acceptability and offer to him our sincere congratulations Some time ago when Governor Beckham appointed Judges Muir and ODohrety to the two judgeships created by the recent Legislature we thought it but just to say that the appointments to the bench made by Governor Beckham have been entirely creditable He has In every case selected a competent lawyer who was also a gentleman of high personal character aud this appointment is equal to ally which he has heretofore made Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot earTheroisand that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed theEustachianinflamed you hive a rumbling sound ar entirelyunless the Inflammation can be taken outand this tuba restored toils nor mal condition hearing will he destroyed forever nine cases out of ten nothingmucous surfaces IioUarsfor v llaIleCatarrbOhio8oldbydrflli1c Balljl1r PJIIe ard tlt ts k j Compromised A couple ot years ago David M Bush a young man living near the mouth of Four Mile was killed while working on the L N road near Millers Tunnel a short distance this side of Ford W F Bush as administrator sued the road for twenty thousand dollars as damages The case has been pending some time and this week it was com promised the road paying f3 Winchester Democrat L EA HeeUaf The next meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association will be held in Lexington June 24 25 and 26 and the biggest attendance in the history of the association is expected Tho first see alan will be held at 2 oclock on the af ternoon of June 24 All of the rail roads in the State have given the low rate of one fare for the round trip The citizens of Lexington are making prep arations for the reception of tho teach ersin their usual hospitable style Epicle Do not breed your mare until von see EPICLES threeyearold trial 221 son of the great Bow Bells 2l9U and Fancy by Favorite Wilkes dam of three great race horses one of which sold for 10000 find will rae for the big stakes on the grand circuit this year EPICLES breeding is second to none his trotting action is perfect goes without weights or boots his style and finish is that of the show horse type and his fee is only Fifteen Dollars Come and see him at the Ellen Dale Stock Farm in charge of Robert Wakar apr304t We wilt pay the highest market price for wool apr30 3t Covington Arnold Bro Law Taxing Basis Declared Inralid A Washington dispatch says that the Supreme Court on Monday dis CovIngtonCovington It involves the constitu tionality of the law of this State which places tax on shares of National bank stock for State county and city purposes The Covington bank sake J for an injunction to prevent the city from en forcing the Jaw Tho injunction was granted and this decision of the SI preme Court practically declares the veryimportantyet how far reaching the effect will be Two years ago the law was passed by nilNationala block and the bank forced to pay the tax After this decision it will be nec essary for the Assessor to assess the individuallylbethe revenue of some of the cities of the State The girl whose fingers are loaded with diamonds is fond of wringing her hands PAINT LICK Mies BettieFrancisis visiting friends in RichmondMiss Rennickis visiting Mrs Robert Guyn Mrs J C Wiggins is visiting heron Mr Wigcins at Manse Mrs E J Wallace is visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Robinson in Lan caster S The farmers aro busy planting corn There is fine prospect for cherries and other smalliruit- Mrs Jennie Shumate of Harrison yille Mdt is visiting her sisters Misses Diana and Florence Lacky She has not been here for eighteen years Mr Henry Wallace writes that ho is very much pleased with Oklahoma and lhereisyearThe question of having a graded aJitatedWecommunity will push it through it is very much needed Mr Salem Wallace who has been attending Miss Mihlikins business col lege at Lexington has a nice positions stenographer the Security Trust l Safety Vault Co of that city with a nice salary Another one of Central Universitys students The ladies of the community gave nlgbtforrealized about eighteen dollars The young men served for the ladles and did fine The crowd vras not what it should have been for so worthy a cause w a Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime b 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 nonlKy May 2021 Reduce rates via Louisville Atlantic R R account of all of above occa sions See ticket agents for particulars CM BBOWSIXO tf General Manager Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on andafter Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price 6flnas from 200 to Sl75 ffSBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at tim office or who is indebted to the company for water All deliu quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER Limn Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 tf Public Sale of Oty Lots I will sell publicly to the highest bidder on Saturday May 17 ai 2 oclock p m on the premises the following described city property viz Lots Nc 2 34 67 fronting forty feet on the west side of Fourth street and running back 120 feet also a plot of groupd fronting forty feet on the north side of Glyndon Avenue and run ning back about 126 feet to G G Prew ifts line All of this property is centrally loca ted being near the FaJtie A Clay Infirmary in the heart ot the city of Richmond Ky convenient to all the schools The lots are located on water mains and have pavements The location and improvements make them very desirable for the building of homes People desiring to see this property will call on Cbenanlt Evans Real Estate agents at the State Hank Trust Co Whose officers will show them the property or g information Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale 4t John B Chenault PublicSaleIf ATijRDAY MAY l7th 73At 2 oclock p m sell as agent of Mrs Margaret Rices heirs two houses and lots and two building lots located in the East End near L h N depot Richmond Ky Said property will be sold separately and then as a whole and the sale will go for which brings the most money Terms made known on day of sale This is very desirable property and I will take pleasurein showing same to anyone desiring to purchase H C RICE Agen Margaret Rices Heirs apr303t Low Rates Queen and- Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW +General Assembly Presbyterian Church Jackson Miss May 15 Southern Baptist Convention Asheville N 0 May 15 Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 1S Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal Jnne 1014 Knights of Pythias- San Francisco Cal August 1112 + M+ worldLowoccasionBe Qneen s Crescent Route and thereby get Rood service apr23tf L ft Blanton DEALER IN t zw p t Cement Plaster Hair Etc ia I u WI Corner Main and B Streetsapro lyrPhone 85 Mr Business Man why is it that as yougrow old your is wan thattimesenergyyou possjbhthattially in the fact that you neglect to advertise your manbya j The young men who put on lots of style are getting the business away i from you t t i t Stouffer MahlerI I 81H i3 Embroideries t L For J r L 1902 i I4 r We are showing the greatest aesortrment of Embroideries in all its ffi 0heretorIItiontrade An idea of the magnitude this line can befound from the tact fithat we carry in stock over BOO pat jsook= 0 II ae Qartm i JThethe market warranted full 12 yards i3 iches wide at 5c a bolt wider Wfullrti Crochet Lace heavy thread in a wearingEh9 a yard We are also showing an abrsolute new and uptodate hi 6 selection of narrow English and 6 French Val Laces which arc the = laceiij turg leaf and floral designs with handsomeEj ir El Respectfully yours i t IIIe i Li aOWEN McKEE Fi- J L pX iIr1 Lexingtons Great House Clothing j I n YojIr p LOUIS AND GUS I SlIIIS SI Sole Agents For Alfred Benjamin Co ts r S S S 000aa CIIS SsO s s LrrMiSS a a a S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S P S S S S S S S S SI I I YT1 t o 1i1rtiiPA II S 0 4 Q 1 ssSSSosSSseSoSS t L 0 r r sichGoods I r ij Our stock of TOP COATS are beautiful The Celebrated Aqua Proof Rain Coat v HIOur Boys and Chtldrens Department Largest in the IOur Merchant TailoringDepartment is in charge the famous Kentucky Cutter to Ieexex iIS vrfi fz fJt 0 r ft fZ + ifi ICI 4 rIrQ g Jj i f L H H t 7 Make ourhouse your headquarters whena in Lexington o vr1 t New Good are arriving daily at our vast Emporium andIn our selection we have in tIme ofSpring Goods the handsomest line of way GoodstEmbroideriest I t that was ever bronghtto Richmond Unequaledis our beautiful of BattenbufJr and MountMelhick Floss Stamped and Coronation rend Braid vmade is particularly called to our Skirt DepartmentI In this line we can plCaae the most fastidioustastes and have a large assortment to selectfrom If you wthl call and examine these goods stock and gt of prices you are sure to buy A complete NewMattingir bins just been received and is no placedsale We on worldselctknow you have tbeflatest you aptodntagbods at Lowest Prices Isthatwhatyou OWant If so tradewith h LeeStnitha 1t f A eu n I 0 Ip1 cu tt ttixicj en CJ =oU1 4n U1 g U1 O W MM 1I j i i 1ri- I Y ir II Ii = We Have I On Hand jwv Seed Irish Potatoes of fthe following varieties vP OP Burbank Peerleas Early RosetIg rn SeedSweePotathei VMI mudAi rnV BrazilianVt lJV n Garden ieeda Call and examine JI lour alock before making a purchase Inthialine ast prove profitable to n Our line of Groceries is not excelled la Central Kentucky andprices are as reasonable as can be ourrni1 SKconvince 11tWH li1 MI I SSS S j g u DEATHERAGE CO JF lie Richmond Climax raMsIAY APR 30 1002 m ipI A Wilkes Smith Dentist i low located over J B Stouffer Iith ing Store 6febtf Wool wanted by Coyin ton Arnol bnpr303trnr watches clonks or in fact ivtM in this line needs repairing i tlifiii to E Lane His work i- tI1t apr30 tf lIh extracted without pain 2li DK HOBSOX Richmond Ky If contemplate having any pa fit or painting to do this spring Hil to your advantage to call thUd iTiine my line of wall paper and Miniate OH painting If W L Leeds at dishes 10 cents each one a Dillon buckets 5 cents each cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg Uyr V ur attention is called to the new d lament of U R Ilautons coal a warehouse which appears in IIMAX Besides handlingall s of roal Mr Blanton has hay ne etc See ad in another cot I vinton Arnold Bro will buy w ol ml will pay the highest it Dont fail to see them onwll apr303t plans for the Grand Ball to be the evening of May 22 at Ver as a special feature of the Tempter Conclave have been t Sir Knight James B Ripy I Jvv rcnceburg was made chairman Jor Committo N it Monday will be County lay The CLIMAX office is on uetand we are always glad to trieiids Ve have one of the iinfortable neil neatly furnished 0i the State and will be glad to- yi pay us a call Cut Day Dinner ilies of the Richmond Baptist will give a Court Day dinner May 3 The proceeds will go building of tile Waco church if Jersey Cow Wanted i MIV to purchase three or four Iry iwp fresh in May or June niy firstclass milkers Address W It THOMAS f lino Irvine Ky FreKmiEary Contest iireliroinury contest to pelec from the Caldwell High represent the rcliool in tbi iss Tournnmetit will be held at ft House Friday night May 9th t a J i of 3 If y i w Dr Hobson Dentist ICy apr7tf My stock of cut glass etc was never more than now and my prices will please apr0 tf L E LANE Fcr Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf For Sate Two lots in the best part of the city One is GOx2G4 and the other 100x300 For terms ap ply at this office mch26tf Court Day Dinner The Society and C W K M of the First Christian church will serve a Court Day dinner in the May 5 W L Leeds nil work done by him to be firstclass Call and see his beautiful lineof wall paper tf For Sale 250000 hard brick on my farm at Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer See George D White or the man on the premi tea tf Have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best If Screen Your Doors and Wo have just car loadof screen doors and can save you from 15 to 25 pet cent on these goods Give us a call ABDCCKLE SIMMONS aptSO lIne For Sale Two extra fresh milch cows with fine bull calves Four pure bred Po laud China boars ready for service Call on or address apr30 2t ROY C WHITE Cud of Thanks The members Lodge Ne 141 0 OF desired to extend their many thanks to all those who assisted in the given last Friday night and to those who are not members of the order Foods For Kentucky Building A Smith Bowman President of the Chamber of has n letter to Beck him to make a public appeal for to u sub fund to be raised for a Ken tucky building atthe St Louis Exposi tion Desirable Property to be Sold H C Rice agent for Mrs Ricex heirs will sell if not sold before that day on May 17 nt 2 oclock p in two houses and lots and tvo nice lots located near thu LN depot in this city This Is very and is located See ad in todays aa a B oeittItLRJ fffcV f Patent a nI II i I 7I S ND l TRADE MARK IS BRANDED EVERY SON tl48- her XV heel N lvatt n c refull and line mens fur i MAIN Richmond Jewelry complete everybody splendid building Christian Endeavor Schlegel building Monday guarantees Richmond WindowsI received ofMadison entertainment especially Lexington Commerce addressed Governor requesting contributions voluntary scription Margaret publicly privately building desirable Iconveniently elsewhere IaflItS KidDress ICetASEE uSlull5SMtrf1 im Arnold crnSHOE eoRuc STREET Shoe Leaders in Style and Quality CALL AND St + +TUir 1111 Sfriog JJj l L tc=Dr Hobson dentist next tit tdGovernmcnt building If Richmond Ky Hdve just received one of the fin eat lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut class that has ever been shown in Richmond CalJ and examine my stock before make lag a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LANE Oftice Moved Drs H R and W M Gibson have moved their office from Second street Into the Hobson Building on West Main street See Covington Arnold Bro and sell them your wool nnr303t For Sale 250000 Ijard brick on my farm at Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer Bee George D White Richmond or the man on the prem lass tf Old Fiddlers Contest AOlayIprize will report to the President Mrs Hair way Chenauit at once Two handsome prizes will be offered23a 2t SomeCourlsI On Monday it seemed that Richmond was rapidly developing into a city of courts as there were four sitting There were only about thlrtylawyers in town and when so distributed made about seven ape Ice and two to carry Home Again Mr T A Adams who moved his family to Lexington Nebraska about three months not satisfied Igrwaswith the West so lie decided to return to his old Kentucky home He arrived with his family last week and is now settled again on hIs farm near Dreyfus Died in Lexiajton Charles Coffey a sixteenyearold boy who was sent to tho Eastern Kentucky Asylum about six months ago died Sunday morning The remains were brought back here for burial Monday Coffey was a cigarette fiend and lost his mind as a result of the habit Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc fora reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust Company C IL CIIESAUM and L P EVANS aprlGtf Real Estate fashionable Dressmaking Ladies wishing a stylish costume for sprin should call on Miss Emma Golden who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postoffice Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to the most elaborate tailormade suit Her work is sure to please und her terms are easonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson building mch5 tf Mr D R Freeman Damaged by Wind Last Saturday morning as Mr David R Freeman was going to the bank to make a depotit the wind was blowing hard anj It threw from his bank book which was in his coat pocket a check lot f 17 55 on the Madison National Bank and tossed it for more three hundred feet into the nir When last seen the check it was going over the Busy Bee Cash Store at tho rate of forty miles an liou Notice to Contractors Sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned until 12 oclock noon May 15 1002 for tho erection and completion of a store room and office building on Main street Richmond Ky according to plans and specifications which can be seen at store of W D Oldham Co and office of Crapsey Lamm architects Cincinnati Ohio The right is reserved to reject any andall bids W D OLDIIAM School Census Prof Brock has been taking the school census for several weeJs and has now nearly completed the work The final count will be announced in a few days and it is thought that the number will be over seven hun dred There will be an increase of a hundred or more over last year The enrollment of this year is nearly six hundred It will be necessary to se cure more rooms for the school before the opening of another session You can make money by taking your wool to Coviugton Arnold Bro They pay the highest market prices 3t ++44 + t The to I Uptodate i complete nishings Merchant H C AAA TP SS o Teachefs EnmltuUon Tho examination of tipplicants for positions in Caidwel High School was held last Saturday Nine ladies took the examination which was anunntu ally rigid one Tho results have hot been announced Those who were ex amined were Mrs David Chenault Misses Bettte Francis Willie Traynor Mabel Mason Maude Mason Sue Parkes Maude Harte Maude Crandall and Virginia Belts Human Bones Unearthed The Valley View Argent says In making excavations for the warehouse being erected by Mr Land across time river tho workmen exhumed several skeletons in a good state of preserva lion It is not known how they came there as the oldest citizens do not recall to mind the time when it was ever used as a burying ground It is belle ed to be the buryingground of Indians that once roamed the cliffs and valleys hereabouts The Reunion Major General J M Poyntz return ed from the Confederate Reunion Sun day morning and reports that in every way it was success Kentucky was well represented and the exKentuck ians in Texas gave them a hearty wel come White it was true that the city of Dallas was crowded with people all were fed and lodged the outlying towns and cities took care of irmnj thousand visitors All in all it was a great gathering of old Confederates their wives daughters and sons Tin next reunion will be held in the city of New Orleans Fire About nine oclock Saturday night the house of Belle Stepp on Second street just back of Oldhams furniture store was discovered to be on fire The alarm was sounded and a great rush was made to the scene of the fire Before the water could be bad all the back part of the little house was destroyed and the flames were gradually working toward the front The fire was under control in a few minutes after the water was turned on There was no one in the house at the time of fire and it was not until it was well started that any effort was made to save the furniture About everything in the front rooms was saved Patronize the Home Merchant Those who go oil to cities to buy their wearing apparel and spend their money for the necessities and luxuries of lite or send their mall orders to foreign dealers should ask themselves first Who sympathized with you in your times of sickness or trials or drop ped tears with you in your bereave ments Was it the home merchants and their families or the city merchant Who carries you through on credit during hard times la it the dealer of Louisville or Cincinnati When you want to raise money for the church or other worthy object do you beg of the foreign merchant When sick did the city dealers sit up with you or manifest any interest in your welfare or care whether you died or not Do the city dealers aid in the building of your sidewalks or help in any way to enrich your town If not why do you not trade with your home merchants and thereby do good to them that aro of such inestimable value to our own town Glance over the advertisements in the CLIMAX and you will find just what you want right hero at home in any line of business Dont send or take your money away and help to en rich railroads express companies and city merchants who care not whether you or your town and people thrive so long as they get your money Madison Institute Commencement The fortyfourth annual Commencement of Madison Institute will take place this year during the week beginning Sunday May 25 The baccalaureate sermon will be preached in the Christian church Sunday morning by President J W MeGarvey of the Bible College of Kentucky University The commencement address will be deliv ered Thursday morning May 29 by Rev R II Crossfleld Ph D of Owens boro Dy Crossfield accompanied J W McGarvey Jr on lily trip through Europe Egypt and Palestine He is considered one of the most attractive pulpit orators in the State and our people are fortunate in being afforded the opportunity of hearing him Time graduating class consists of three young ladies who will bo awarded di plomas after tho address Thursday morning They are Miss Mildred Bradford of Falmouth Ky Miss Katie Douglas and Mfss Thompson Taylor of this county The program for all the exercises of commencement week will be published later rue year just closing has been 1very successful one for Madison Institute Although Professor McGarvey came a stranger to the majority of the MadisonI county people yet during months he has extended his acquaint ance throughout the entire county and has won new friends every day iThe school is equipped with an excellent corps of teachers and the work done has equaled if not excelled that of any other year Resolutions Front Gommandery No 19 From the roll of Its membership Richmond XJommandery No 19 is called to strike the name of one of Us most esteemed and illustrious mem bers Sir Knight Thomas Jefferson Scott who departed this life on the morning of Saturday April 19 Anno Domini 1902 To the end that his memory may be preserved on the records of this encampment his fraters hereby declared that he was a most worthy member of the order that his life exemplified its sublime teachings and that in his per sonal intercourse with them all Ida ac tions were of that kind that smell sweet and blossom in the dust Pure and gentle and brave his sword was always drawn to favor the cause of truth charity and the defenseless His career as a noble such upright citizens and judicial magistrate have been eloquently and truthfully proclaimed by his peers and associates His Christian life will be long ro membered by those with whom it was his wont at the Communion Table to keep in remembrance the goodness and long suffering and mercy of the Divine Master whose servant ho was With the rites of this order his remains have been deposited in the grave to await the final call to an immortal resurrection and we now shaming the glorious hope which was given to him and in deepest sympathy with his bereaved wife and sorrowing rela tives have only to say Dear Brother- hail and farewell O F BURfA R W MlLLKU DP ARMBB Committee- Dr Harry M3lanton Dentist or flee overMiddletou dru iore Hly17tt CINCINNATI MARKET- Monday April 28 1902 The receipts of pattle today were fair amounting to 1 501 head or abou 175 head less than the same day last week and about 2ijb head more than came in the corresponding Monday u year ago The supply of good fat cat tie was only fair for such arun but the quality of the offerings generally was a very fair average The market for beef cattle opened weaker toned end excepting nice handy fat Hinds ihotit steady The average of prices was about 10 to iSo lower including heavy fat steers Cow stuff was again the most down especially slopfee dairies of which there were fully 300 head on sale Good stocker and feed lag cattle sold very well and higher but common light stockers were little wanted and unchanged pood mild cows strong arid in good requests Common and poor old cows remajnet neglected and hard to sell Heavy steers choice 6 2g to 660 no extra on sale fair to good 550 to6oxemi 27i to5G5 butcher steers extra 640 to Sfi 50 choice 610 to6 35 fair to good U 75to commons 350 to 450 helf ers extra 590 toSCjgoodto choice 525 to 080 common to fnir27 to 3 cows good to choice 423 to 3 fair to medium 200 to si canners 175 to 260 stockers and feeders 350 to 540 tops 550 BULLS The market Is active and prices fniii uncle small and good de maud Thin ant light 275 to 375 bologna 375 to 465 fat buns ItJ5 to 525CALVESLiberal receipts and the market easy anti inactive at last weeks decline in prices Common mid large 3 to 5 25 fair to good light 475 to 560 choice to extra 5 75 to Sti HOGS Time receipts nt hogs to day were only moderate fOrh Monday amounting to 2509 head about tin same as were received the same day last week and close to 1000 less than a year ago The quality as a rule was a fair average and a couple lots of choice fat heavy were included in the rltherule were the same as on Saturday last week and the market closed steady with the pens cleared Selected heavy shippers 725 good to choice packers mid butchers 7 05 to 7 15 mixed packers 6 75 to 7 stags H to 550 com mon to choice heavy fat sows 5 to GCf pigs 110 lbs and less 540 to SG 25 SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts and demandmoderate and the market quiet Wool sheep and lambs especi ally heavy lambs not wonted lrices a rule held about steady at last weeks close wool Axtrlt 525 good to choice 465 to 5 10 common to fair 225 to I60 clipped 225 to 425 Lambs wool extra 7 good to choic- eS 50 to 6 90 common to fair 325 to 640 clipped 325 to 6 25 spring lambs 5 to 8 FEDERAL COURT Convened Monday and Brought Many Prisoners Witnesses and Visitors to Town Time second term of the United States Court of the Eastern District of Kentucky opened at the Custom House Monday afternoon at two oclock Judge A M J Cochrane presiding The docket is not large and it is thought that all the business will be disposed of in about five days This most lin portant case on the docket is the Som erset Bank case Besides this there is a large number of moonshine and other minor cases The court has brought many lawyers and visitors front other towns ant niany wit nesses prisoners aiid their friends The juries empanelled areas follows GRAND JEllY lee Jtnrgerson T E West Bnford N Kincaid Charles Davis Hiram Mul lens Eli Carpenter A H Short Wm Led ford John B Mann R A Smithers Allen Teater G G Prewitt R K Tar win W H Headmen A 15 Cope PETIT JURIES NO 1 J H Campbell Henry Hove Henry Harris James Johnson Coleman Reid Albert Holman John E Sudduth James A Faunin Anderson Short A B Hobbs Harrison Strong and robe Reeves 02 Elijah Spencer Ben F Percy George E gleston Shelby Conway John Amitoyne Ben Hargis Sam Black J B Fielsclnnan YVilliam M Prewitt J T Curtis George D White and A T Chenauit Market Reports Beginning with this issue the Climax will give the Cincinnati and Louisville market reports every issue The prices quoted are those received at 12 oclock Tuesday This department is added for the benefit of the farmers and we hope that they will profit by it Mammoth Refrigerator Powell Brothers have recently in stalled in their market house a hand some new refrigerator which is the jar Rest of the kind in this section and one of the largest in the State The refrig orator was built by the Butchers Sup ply Co of Cincinnati It is ten feet square and in built of oak quarter sawed and highly polished The front Is ornamented with three large plate glOss mirrors The Interior is divided into two rooms ona being the coolfnj room and the other the retail room Tho upper section is large enough to hold several tons of ice An Addition to Richmond One of the most attractive as well as one of time most prosperous enterprise of our little city is the greenhouse conducted by Albert Reiclispfarr in Rose dale Albert is a florist of many years experience and his success since com ing to Richmond shows in a way that he is capable of doing Any one who believes that the best flowers can bp gotten only in the cities should take- a walk through Alberts green house Our citizens should not send to othe cities to purchase potted and cut flowers when we have them at home Circuit Court Aftera suspension of eight days on account of Ihp death of Judge Scott the Circuit Cbqrt took up its work again Monday morning Al that timE Hon James MBen pnthe newl appointed Judge of the district tQol his seat The ceremonies incident tJ his formally taking up thai duties ol his office were short and simple beautiful boquet was sent to time ne Judge by members of the Richraon Bar anln handsome basket of ron were presented by the Winchester Ba Association Hon J A Sullivai made tlw presentation speech touch ing on Judge Bentons long connectioi witlflhe Winchester Bar and the hono the members of that Bar felt was doni them when he was appointed to fill th place made vacant py tho death o Judge Scott Judge Benton responded making a abort touching address alto which theGourt tqok up the moguls business ioi tbVtUy f d PERSONAL Attorney L A Wetrof Irvine vyaB in the city MondayiMr Waller Traynor was ovci frpfn Lexington Sunday IrrJW Collier of Somerset is attending Federal Court MI Shelby Fribble of Lancaster wis in the city Sunday t Mr P F Adams Jr spent Sunday with his family in this city Sillss Julia Higgins has returned from a visit to relatives in Dauyille Mrs iStephen Gibson of Lexington is the guest of relatives here Mr A 0 Ravenauph of Louisville is the guest of Dr Morrison Dunn Mrs D M Chenauit hRS returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mies Sarah Benton of Winchester was theguest ofMrs G W Evans hut week Mrs W D Coons of Fayette county was visiting relatives in this city lat weekSMiss Lottie Sharp of Covington his been a visitor in this city for several days Col and Mrs1 Shelby Irvine have returned from a visit to relatives in Lebanon lIon George M Davidson of Stan ford has been attending court here for several days Miss Willie Traynor of Danville is time gust of Mrs Gilbert Grinstad on Second street Mrs H G Turner and son have returned from a visit to relatives in Georgetown Mr and Mrs Joseph Schafliaueon have returned from a visit of several days in Cincinnati Rpv Dr Dodge attended time meet ing of Transylvania Presbyterv iii Danville last week Mr Robert E Little left Thursdiiy for liendersonville N C where he will spend the summer Miss Annie Cohen has returned to her home in Versailles after a visit to Mr and Mrs Mat S Cohen Mrs M F Arbnokle left Wednesday for a visit to her father Mr W K Den ny atPoint Pleasant W Va Miss Nettle Scrivener visited rela tives in Richmond from Saturday until Monday Winchester Democrat Miss Earl Chenault and Mr David Chenault have returned from a stay ofI several mouths in Phenix Arizona Mr T T Belts and Miss Virginia Betts of Clark county were tho guests of theirlnotber Mrs Mary Betts Inst C W Howard a clever young lawyer of Fairhaven Washington Las returned home after spending several days here the guest of Miss Berthenia Lizelte Dickson has been ehosI en to serve as sponsor for Parts Lodge No 373 B P O E at the first annual meeting of Kentucky Elks at Louisville May 29 and 30 Misses Lillian and Ethel Watts 01I Lexington Miss Ethel Withers om of Versailles and Miss Bessie Wilson of Charleston W Va are the guests of Miss Carlisle Cheuault at Cumber Mrs H J Twipg of Whites Station have returned from a four mouths trip to Florida They spoilt several weeks with the former parents at their beautiful home Lake View near Winter Haven A delightful dance was given in he Masonic Temple Saturday evening in- honorol Miss Carlisle Chenaults guests Misses Watts Lexington and Misses Wftherspoon and Wilson of Versailles Time dance was under the management of Messrs PickEI and Withenbury Miss Lena Jennings of Richmond isI visiting friends here for a few days iChllmonden spending several weeks here with tier sister Miss Kit Chenauit left yesterday for her home Lexington Herald MATRIMONIALSmrLEBRATcmmauDrJB 01I Jackson and Miss Dora Bratcher of Berea wereunited in marriage at Big 11111 Sunday WEnnPccKETT Martin Webb and Miss Lillian Puckett both of Wlco wore unted in marriage at the home of diaries Snowden yesterday- EnsvIcRMoiiEnLETWi1hiam Elsvick and Miss Resale Moberley both of the Edeiiton localitycere married by A J Tiibble at his residence near this city Monday April 28 DOUBLE WEUDIJJG The home of Mr J H Burgess near Valley View was the scene of a double wtdding Saturday the contracting parties being Mr Les lie Taylor and Miss Delia Burgess and Mr Clay Crow and Miss Jessie Buries TKniJiuMViTT Mr Joseph M Ter rill and Miss Mary Isabel Wittrere married at the home of the brides parents at Kingston last Thursday The marriage was a quiet affair and was a surprise to many of the friends of both Mr Terrill is well known throughout the county and ro young man in Mad hen has more friends lie served as Deputy Sheriff under Mr Colyer and so faithfully performed the duties of his olilce that ho has been retained by Sheriff Wajers His bride who is daughter of Mr Christopher Wilt of Kingston is a pretty and popular young lady and is much loved by all who know her The CLIMAX joins their other friends in extending congratu lations to these excellent yonng people RELiGIOUS The Presbytery of Transylvania met at Danville last week Rev Dr Glass formerly of this city was elected delegate to the General Assembly which meets at Jackson Miss in May BevJolmli Deering Presidirjj cider of the DauvilleDistrict will pleach at Greensschool house near Rod House next Sunday morning and afternoon Dinner on tho ground A protracted meeting conducted by Rev E L Powell of Louisville Is in progress atlho Christian church jJvery one isinvited to attend DEATHSrG NTRYrMl88 Rebecca Gentry iujed QnfoaIdays Bnrial yesterday in the fiiinily buryingground Sells e Downs Omens Richmond Ky Riy 10 I The L4 ik A nn will sell tckets r from all points Nfcholasville to MjUera Creek inclusive to Hichmondoi i May e 10 at rafe of one fare for ronni itrp I Special train will leave Elcbinond at p m for Nicholasville and3 illers r CreeK Seenirente for I nrthern irticn r 1R5 c r BROW J id i ge raIMrr LPICK YOUR SUIT v II Special Bargains in all Kinds of Shoes for Men and Boys g 1 ss ic v v k t4 o 0 5S t s i Os r wI t Patent Patent Two Ladies s Patent Vamp 2i to 7 worth 2 our Men Shoes Kid 4 styles 250 our iJ Infants Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c l j LJ We are line of SUITS at 800 and 1000 that il Boys SUIts to 600 Pants 10 to q to 8 to I LtsiN ij i You are invited to ffl ri Respectfully to the Cash Trade When You go Into a Drug Store to get a bottle of Painkiller examine it to see if it is made by Per ry Davis and dont be to take something Vjust as good because it ia a few cents cheaper There is only one Perry Davis Large bottles 25 and bOo Store Burglarized The drug store of J J Brooks of Vauceburg was robbed one night last A chisol had beets used be tween the back door and the facinu and the lock snapped off About SSO was taken besides pocketbooks and many other articles The money Iran er was thrown out into time back yard The Tlirul a Lunui is scarcely more time recurrent pains in the abdomen which follow the eating ol foodor too free indulgence in icewater The immediate cause ct cramps and colic is the distention of the bowels by gas Quick relief follows the use of Davis Painkiller Careful give It the place of honor in the family medicine Protect the Birds Now that spring has come again it is well to remind the boys that it is unlawful in this State to rob or destroy the nests or eggs of imybird whatso ever save those of a predatory nature and destructive to other birds or fowfc The line is from S5 to 25 for each offense HaVo by some surgeon Shy lock on to stop his wounds lest lie do to death People can to death The loss of blood weakens tho body It must follow that gain of blood gives the body Time strengthening tfect of Dr Pierces Gol den Medical Discovery Ig in part due to its action on time bloodtuakinjj glands and tho increased supply ni pure ricirhlood it produces It Is only when time blood is and impure that disease finds a soil in which to root The purifies the Ulood and makes it antagonistic to dU sense When time body is emaciated the lungs are weak and theie is obsti hate lingering coujrh Golden Medical Discovery puts time body on a fighting footing against disease and increas es the vitality that dispose is throwtr oil and physical health perfectly sail It imam cured were hopelcis and less and who had tried nil otlmeetns oHure without avail onocont tamps to cov er expense of rnrdlinc only will obtain a copy of Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pngeaimi Paper cover Scud thlrtv onestru1 ft is AdclrepS Dr K Wi Buffalo l From our Great Stock of Reliable Clothing All Styles Sizes and Prices for your Selection At5t 6 and 650 Youll plenty of neat serviceable Suitsthe very best in any market ii the price 1 at At 8 10 and 1250 A great collection of fine allwool Suitsperfect in every detailand the most generous values ever offer j ed in Central 15 18 and 20 f A grand collection of fine Suits handmade and hold their shape in faultless style- andsatisfy the dressers in the land + t tj Specialsizes for all shapes and a Tailor to alter when t necessary Insure a Perfect Fit in every case r cOVING N BANKS IJ n i1j teleI I te I Il INv Cfr 0 eoaecosSo ssssssssss OeesSiig SlfDES TfI 11 onAND IIJ SLIPPERS ji frtl SjIKreiders OQGOOOCI Celebrated Slippers cCIOIROtllClliIIS Upper Strap Patent Vamp Strap Sandals Ladies Leather Viol Munish Oxfords newest shapes Sunrise price Rothchids Chrome branded WJ prIce t 175 r Moccasins lOc I CLOTHINGJiShowing large cannot beequaled Knee OSc Boys Knee hI 98cm Mattings 10 25c Window Shades 65c tiI 11 inspect our 13 MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Submitted III jrwXjXeTt carefully persuaded Painkiller week ulllzUglhlul improper often housekeepers chest thycharge bleed strength impoverished Discovery permanently thousands help Twentyone bindIng preferred NY ii find Kentucky- At extra throughoutfit finest cPl5i fBabyMisses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to750f1 E V ELDER IeI exeI JI rc J WATSON18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Black Dress Goods For This Weeki it Every conceivable fancy stylish and staple weave found hereJEvery yard guaranteed Our Mourning Goods are especially attrac- tivec anti unequaled The of Euglrnd France nail ta America are represented All of our Black Goods are a rich fill black Our sale this week will be remembered beauttPriestly Henriettas Silk Warp worth 2 this week at 125 Lausdowne at 115 Melrose worth 50 at 115 All vas and Etamine worth 160 this sale SI Beautiful Grenadines at lowest prices ta j J f C I I Colored Dress joouspeciaiS tJJJ Crash Suitings 56 inches wide all wool spring colors at 1If52inch Broadcloth all shades new worth SlOO this week atlIt yard 5Ginch Cheviot Skirtinz worth 160 at 1SL X SPECIAL DISPLAY OF PRINTED SILKS noAof popularity The styles shown here are controlled by ns The 1 and 125 are now 70c and 8oc Taffetas in known ItwiIJ Now Lace and Muslin Curtains in all the very latest effects Prices jC the lowest ever quoted on reliable uptodate goods J IItif L t J 4jtf Wear Suits and Skirts lI J L BweU tailored Suits tor New Ores Skirti BroidcloUi Cbevlotatw anti ursan oeautmruiiy SDapea ana Illmmea N w Walking Sklrb corrert In W J I beatLWATSON r182ONUPPER LEXINGTON KY V rMvfCUT GLASS CUT GLASS pkjWe have just imported the finest line of Cut Glass ever bronght In tlift I Slate Importing we do we are enabled to sell at the lowest pric Ioifforget time address when you are in Lexington VICTOR BOGAERT MANUFACTURINGiJEWELER AND IMPORrER 5L57E11trpST v 1 EXINGTON KY Oiir Motto Is j Reliable QcoUgi Fair DasItmig t1ottomPrJ t p p L J 1Ik 7- IF t J i Ii JTE SCAR ILLUO AN LNQIANTER Yd- ehMchI- ineI runs WO nains day fro M mpb toTcxas withon change hese t i S ei er reach i direcDormake close nnec a aho andId1anTerritOrYSFTWORT 0gAMrOO URCVtPORT- 0iQIAGATSVUL M0Lk9 I ASAtOO If yon want to flnVl aborneIn Texas where blg crops are raised and whore pe le prosper write for a copy of ourihandsome booklets Horne In tne South we f and ThroughT Xftswltb anybodycondition x i IHFreeCars TOIIraJl o i J ALL IMPORTANT TEXAS POINTS Double Daily Service o ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS CHOCTAW FLYER 4 UernphU to little Rock 4 6 Uimphlt to Hot Springs 6 Pullman Buffit Slttpinj Ctrl md Free Retllal t Chilr Cira ill Trains UiairpaaaelSoperb UemphU Ticket OlSce SlaIn St FRANK ORIFFITII AVemphliTenn T BLICKMAJt T P 1bttavoga5enu tI L PARROT T I A Atlinta to II LEO FndTALU lokArk a ii vur 51 FSffYATTTPk CINtlMUTIOBlO E WlaBEJViIEG P nt STlflinSB8 Louisville Henderson ssndSto Louis Railway I Horneseekers ExcursionsA- T S LOW RATESt TO- THEWEST Tickets on S1e First nd ThirdTueschiys in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Wy Rates to the Northwest a nd CaLlifornJSL Points v v vjsgv x v For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trnv POSS Agent Cenl Pass Agent n LOUISVILLE KY S Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers tYards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern market Best WashingPhilBdGood buyers always III 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 8declv t ill7I 7I7IF7Iy Special Sale on 71 a KID OLOVES IE- I 150PAmISID GLOVES Regular 1iL25QuaIity F 1 tT colorsancisizes and ayou take choice forlI fI 75ci i This Week Only u It 1Wealso call special attention to our Net Skirts frnade over silk10 to 25 Ky k T- v T Pilcher Co tI7 W Main LEXINGTQN KY i +++ + CALL AT +4H JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoilate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St 1UcH21oA RY CHESTERS EGcJs- NiFffOYAL PILLS 0to eI cooJ- SlJbfltt lJc af Alwnrs reliable Xjulle ask nruglst fot UlUJIUSTKIfS KMUI1SII In Red ana Solil rorulllc boxes sealed with blue ribbon hike no other ItrfuM dnnceroui unbsil luUonnnd Itullnllnnn Jluyof yourDrucgW ir vend 4r In sumps for Partlrnlmr TestK inonlnU and MIIrllrC for LadleamZeUer SoldtroJICniOBESTEB CHEMICAL 00 S100 JlnilUon Square PlIIUL PA 51ctIa IIioaptr Sft Harness Ton eD make A your hap ness as toft aa a glove I and as tough as wire by Cling EUREKA flay nesi Oil You can lengthen Its Utemakslt lut twice as long aa It ordinarily would EUREKAHarness makei spoorlooking barn UM new Mad of pure heavy bodied oil peclUy prepared to with stand the weather sold everywhere In cansaU aize MIa br STANDARD OIL CO SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 226 34 SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of J 70 in the 230 list 1st dam Rosanont dam of Sin the 230 list by Piedmont 217J 2nd dam Beautiful Bells dam of 10 in the 230 list by The Moor 3rd dam Hinnehaha dam of S in tho 230 list by Bold Chief 4th dam Nellie day by C M Clay INFACT is a bay horse 153 hands high His owner t Mr C W Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trotting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one hundred anti seventy in the 230 list sur passing all other stallions and INFACTS twentyonethe ot in be said of any other horse dbreedingwhat breedingIsa saddle horse man and want some thing fine with lots of action INFACT possesses both Nearly all of the high class high acting horses that sell for big prices in Madison Square Garden are trotting bred which is absolutely necessary in order for to have action and speed IWill make the season of 1902at 25 to insure a living colt B H Neale 9ap2tn For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Ohambrays Shirtings j Embroideries Taffetas Laces Gfepede Chines V V WashIksV Ribbons Agents for Gof ns- Celebrated Shirts White AND Gibso1 RICHMOND KY t REVENUE LAW Some Changes in Taxation to Take Effect July I J902 Commissioner Yerkes has sent to Collector Denton the following list of changes in the revenue taxation law which will take effect the first of July TAXES REPEALED Special taxes of bankers brokers dealers in grain pawnbrokers custom house brokers proprietors of theaters proprietors of circuses proprietors of public exhibi tions or shows for money proprietors of bowling alleys or billiard rooms dealers in leaf tobacco manufacturers of tobacco and cigars STAMP TAX REPEALED Stamp taxeson instruments papers or documents deliveries or transfers of stockand sales and agreements of sale or agreements to sell stocks products or merchandise Wines and seats in parlor or palace cars and berths in sleeping cars Taxes on leg acies and distributive shares of personal property Excise taxes on persons firms com panies and corporations en gaged in refining petroleum and sugar TAXES REDUCED The tax is reduced to S1 per barrel OP fermented liq uors and to G cents per pound on snuff and tobacco and to S3 per thousand for cigarettes weighing more than three pounds A drawback of re bate is allowed on all unbro ken and original factory pack ages of smoking and manufactured tobacco or snuff held by manufacturers or dealers the first of July to the amount of difference between the higher rate paid and the tax imposed by this act No dis count is allowed on the sale of stamps for fermented liquors or for tobacco or snuff The provisions of the pres eat law relative to mixed flour remain unchanged except a slight change is made in the definition of mixed flour Rights accrued or liabilities incurred prior to the repeal are not affected The estates of all persons dying prior to July 1 1902 will be subject to the legacy tax even if the distribution is not made until after that date An April Fool Joke A merchant in a neighbor ing town advertised in his lo cal paper dated April 1st ov ercoats at half price This sounds like an April fool joke the merchant is the fool and the joke is on him Who wants to buy an over coat in a country town in AprilThis fellow was too stingy to advertise his overcoats in December and January when people were bujingovercoats he thought he could save two or three dollars by letting customers look over town for what they wantedthey look ed and found it at another storehe saved his two or three dollars and his over coats too He will have both next seasonEx When a man comes home to find dinner half an hour late the roast dried up the pota toes hard in the middle the coffee weak and cold and cabbage which he never could abide part of the bill of fare he confides to his friend as they smoke together on the porch that marriage is a fail why cant we come over to your house and play any mere Because papa gets madwhen we make a little bit of noise What makes him that way dyspepsiaso about the way boyTheidea of his own unrea sonableness or harsh ness Little things are tojustifythedyspepticand for the family by the use of Doctor Pierces Goden Medical Discov ery It cures diseases of the stom ach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and restores perfect enablingtheof food PiucetaColden MWI19onN C SUave had no hart tpells since I inILictfore I took the Golden Medical Discov awfulwish without having unpleasant feelings PlelanlPe1letad i Jl i I ure and ill men know it though they wont own iti Next day when he comes home there is a dinner of Marylapd fried chicken roast sweet po tatoes and huckleberry short cake all done to a turn with a flavor fit for a king Thenc as he smokes peacefully in the porch the same man says there is nothing so conducive to the best interests of socie ty as the family relation and hisfriend is the weirdest fool he knows for remaining a bachelor A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kiiln v and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism unit all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle id two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 621 St Louis Mo Send for testiinon hIM Sold by all drug giRls ilill Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky ROAD THIS Richinnnl Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W JlnllSt Louis iloOelr- Sir 1 hay used one bottle of the IVxas Wmnler Halls Great nisrov erv fur kidney and bladder imublu I wpijjhed fl miiinl8 Whbll itcan tisinj t it today 1 weigh 17G pounds and 1 feel better hum n I hnvein twenty years itiul I cheeriully recommend it to tho Kespertfnlly4dItinuEE Nearly Fatal Runaway Started horrible ulcer on to leg o J It Orner Frnllklin Jrove Ill defied doctors suit all whirlr four years Then HuckleiH Arnica Salve cured him Just ns good fur Rolls Hums Kruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m The fellow who plays golf on Sunday remembers the Sabbath tIny to keep it holy Tetter SaUUhcam and Eczema incirIenta undSkinhavo been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy sore nipples chapped hands cuilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but puthorse25 a senta per package When a bachelor girl finally marries she generally picks out an old maid man Doctors Bad Plight Two sears ago as a result ofapej vere cold I lost my voice r M L Scarbrouge of Hebron Ohio Eeryremedy dailyVonsnmpti ieltbelterGuaranteed for Throat and Lung trot bles by 1erry Thomas druggist COc and 00 Trial bottles free 1m IAGOOD SHOT Hit the Turkey in the Eye at- One Hundred Yardsfi Mr E M Hardin killed a 20pound wild turkey in Russell county last Thuisday He was staying all night at the home of a mountaineer named Goodman The next morning before day the guest and host went out and the native made a turkey call and it was instantly answered and soon the turkey raised its head above the undergrowth 100 yards away and Mr Har din fired and bit it in the eye He brought it home with him and had it served for dinner Sunday He tells us that a few years back Russellabounded in bear deer and turkey but the removal of the timber has thinned out the game until very little of the larger kind remains Turkeys have been slaughtered by the baiting process until only about 100 remaiPin the county Baiting is the iihunterroosting and then lays a train of corn through the woods to some spot where he can conceal himself and have his intended victims in close and full view At that spot he places quantity of corn in a small space on the ground so that when a flock of turkeFhave followed the trainscatt- ered kernels to the ambuscade the whole lot will 1 Cr brought together in a group closelybunched corn there The hunter or turkeybutcher log or clump of bushes perhaps not more than three or four yards away His gun is heavily loaded with duckshot i and when the unsuspecting turkeys get their heads close together at the small circle of corn he fires into the bunch of heads and to kill 10 or 15 at a shot is not a rare thing Harrodsburg Herald The girl whose linkers are loaded with diamonds Is fond of wringing er hands No Maude deardoR8 cannot fly in spite of the fact that there are akJ e t terriers i L ikckward Good For Rheumatism Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular Rheumatism which caused me great annoyance After trying several prescriptions and rheumatic cures I decided to usa Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in the South Jer seyman After two applications of this Remedy I was much better and fter using one bottle was completely urdSallie Harris Salem N J For sale by Stockton Hagan Jm The elevator is generally ablo to rise to the occasion 4rvrThis signature is on every box of the gcnulna Laxative BromOQuiniue T WBU the remedy that cnroti n cold In one day The dramatic critic eavs its a rare play that is well done Stops tho Cough and Works off the cord Laxative Bromo Qiinine Tablets care a cold in one day No cure no pay 1rice 25 rents The baldheaded man sooner or later comes to the scratch TO CUS3 A COLD I1T 01TE DAY Take laxative IJnmio Quinine Tablet All druggists refund the money if It sljnatuleisThe fellow who screws up lila courage with strong drink may screw it up entirely too tight Shot in Hi Left Leg For all kinds of sorts hums hrulneg or oilier wounds LeVitl Wiicli Ha zel Salve Is It stile euro Skin diseases viuld to it at once Never falls in rases of piles ooliiii and healing None ueiiuinu but DeXViUx Beware el counterfeits I MiUered for mutiny years fro It sore IlIm1 hy It sun shot wound in my left Irjr MIVH AIS Kill ler English hid It would tint heal anti gave 5e much trouble I used all kinds of reinedioK to no purpose until- I A agIevPerry tc Thomas 1in A painter not bo feyetSaved Many a Time evenifseriously at this season just because people are careless A dose of One Minute Cough Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts at once tripbrollChitis ECoughsmaster C O Dawson Barr 111 Itis the very best cough medicine on the market It has saved me many a severe spell of sickness and I warmly favorIteIerry Lglittering Neglect Means Danger Dont neglect biliousness and con stipation Your health will suffer per LittleEarly DeWittssatisfactory pills I ever took Never gripe or cause nausea Perry Thomas 1m Friends may be fickle but most of them will last as long as your money A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and Colds in Chil dren I have not tho slightest hesitancy CoughRemedycoughs or colds says Chins M Cram er Esqa well known watch maker of Colombo CeylollIlt has been some two years since the City Dispensary first called my attention to this alua b repeatedlysed c allhestf morehantrytillSall as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by Stockton Ha gall 1m Silent Iartners allow their money to talk for them The Great Dismal Swamp ofMalariaground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and muscles and may in l Ekeictr and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid tried a u StowdiCharleston of 0 hut hey er found anything as good as Electric Biitera Try them Only toe Perry t Thomas druggists guarantee satis faction 1m What a politician says is one thing and what her does IB another Better Than Pills inhatJ Liver Tablets superior to pills Our answer is They lire easier und more pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as uponhseya and leave the bowels in a natural condition while pms are more harsh fo1lowedhyHagan 1m Dreams go by contraries and tho man who indulges in daydreams Is always contrary Wants to Help Others I hat stomach trouble all my life theUniontried all kinds of remedies went to several doctors and spent crnsiderabln peaceFinollyg myreatsatisiactlone fecommendDyspepsiaure DVfJpepslaOnredigests Thomas im Any man who feeds upon his own greatness is not apt to be troubled with the trout Cures ISIooil Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Free Robort Ward JIaxeys Ga says headfacejointsurnIngrun down and discouraged but Botnn perftctyhealedthe rich glow of health Blood Balm put new life into my blood and new ambition Into my brain Geo A pvLchimpess u eatinglceroncured perfectly by Botanic Blood Balm cures rnlignant blood troubles such piinphecunningEspecially advised for aU obstinate orhirdfltlItrreennd trueitsealedletter 1m L h C STOPS PAIN Athens Tenn Jan S7 1101 Ever illneo tho first appearance of my menus anIL hipsbackbearing down pains In the abdomen During the past month I have bon taking Wine of Cardal and Thedfotds BlackDraught and passed the month ly period without pfttn for the tint time in yean NAJRJIB DAVIS What is life worth to a woman sutler Yrttheretoday who are bearing those terrlblo menstrual pains In silence II you are one of these wo want to say that this sameWINEorCARLI will bring you permanent relief Con sole yourself with tho knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine ol Cardui These wom en suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardui will stop all these aches and pains for you Purchase a 100 bottle 01 Wine of Cardui today and lake It In tho privacy of your home For adTira and llteratm address clTtejrsy tome The Lu2iee d Jeranmnt- The Chattanooga Jlcdlctoe Co Ctatunojgn Tenn Talk is cheap in spite of the fan tInt i great many people make extravagant assertions Some men give you the impression that they must have been born at the- eof2L A cook may suit her mistress to a T and still not be ablo to make good cof e Rose Comb White Leghorns t The Midwinter Egg Machines I ggs from prize w inning stock iFor 15 H S G MORGAN mar262m WHITES STATION KX Atlantic R i11 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VemailleBLawrencebtirg Shel 3Opmand ll51amiTRAINS ABKIVB RICH MONO Prom Louisville Lexington and t 1151 am a2CpraFromFrom Millers Creek E30am 0 M BROWNING Gen Her Mutual Pool of Future Events MetroJliitanBrooklyn American Derby etc Estimated value of each pool 100000 TICKETS SI EACH particulars Mutual Sweepstakes Assn Milton Young Mgr Lexington Kentucky neferenceLexlnglol City Nat Bank 20mar8v UREY G Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mnnce Eczema Distemper isheirFlea and Shampoo Soap- si the onlv dog soap on time market guaranteed to kill fleas For sale by PERRY THOMAS niai26tf KodolDyspepsia eatThisofQodails to cure It allows to eat Tliomostsensitlvetomachs thousands of dyspeptics have been Isunequalled itFIrsttrwblPretaredTboA1bottiocontalnsZt times tbeSOc use For sale by Perry Thomas r HARIFOAM I Vegetable Shampoo J wiJcleansA wi tbe hair from failing out Leave Wecannotgrowtialron gearnteeclaim j 1PRICE 25 CENTS For Bale By tt Efby OHILDa DRUG CO XbW KyTAKRNO Ciei i c As good a Plow As Money can Buy v Standards warranted for life No other Plow made gives fsucha guarantee I++ + +++ +si + We have a full line of Disc Harrows and Cultiva tors suchas Jenny Lynn New Departure and Brown One Cultivators ranging in price t from J5 to 2250 Come in and give us a twhen in need ofanything in this line 4bWe are sure we can fill your wants at a reasonable rices t trll1 The Davenport Wirelss 1t Checkrow Corn Planter Is one of our Specialties This is t- Jr something new and every farmer tQSf should examine it before buying a Planter f I t Our line of Collars Pads Back tS bands Trace Chains Hamestrings t- Jr etc is complete We will give you ta Low Price on these goods We t1WhandLe the l M Jestic Range Also Born Steel Range You will find these t- w goods the Best on the market Tin Roofing Guttering and Tin Work generally done tW by us Let us give you an estimate on your work Respectfully yours oftft Arbuckle Simmons 1lt1lt J1 J4E eTeI e lsr Se o eeT It is time you were thinking about 5 your crctt Ql andtherefore it is time to think of us You cannot be too particular about your rv Q want a large and varied stock to select from You waht wide variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service and above all you want the right prices We are prepared to meet all of these wants in the fullest measure and earnestly ask an inspection of our stock before order Vr WOldhamCor 2d and Irvine Sts u1y3L1y r Save Money SUPllisfromcrease We prove to each patron that theyHilt only get theI BEST GOODS Yvtkfr FURNITUREY- ou placingyour RICHMOND KENTUCKY I1r Tr INTHEMARKET I trtiewithIa trial order and we will prove our ability to please We pay HIGHEST MARKET IPRICE a f Rtmemberest Prices call on u- sOPOWELL BJROSo Some men get up with the lark while others want a swallow the first thing in the morning babilsJ1all Of Vital J Interest I WE have erected enlarge and and inore modern business libuse to take the of the one re- ceqthydestroced l v fire and are withmoreand customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs Producein coun JiKbestCASH ofFEEDproductsthat wa propose to lead In thisbusiness in Madi- sonGQTT JNear i A I Smayly I am agent for the Page Wire Fenceh And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at II Hires Also pure bred DurocK Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY KlrkiTille Ky MORE LIVES ARE SAVEr USINODriKings DisvC- onsumption 101 Coughs aril C All Other Throct Lung lkmedims Contbec posCuresPneurnordiFeverPleurisy Croup anti Who jJ iJ Cough NO CURt rie 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