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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 v s II THE RICIIM ti r ND h t 1 CliMAX4 ft 1 FWl1E 28RICHMOND MADISON jf COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDJESDAY i1AY 2 1902 NUMBER 52 Ir4 the there is your Id t I out an O K Freezer and Iregret the money s nt but not Iforget thatwe the Stoves on O K Jewell Stoves and Rangest The Wonderful North Star- Refrigerator 1 The Best Made brJttI solve the ice question save money for Water Coolers Springisand make sparkling water more invit iug hen Freezer Worn Get you will never And last least lont sell best earth will and will you I e Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weedsout of your corn They are the best on earth I SHACKELFORD CO Main Street or Jf RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on WE splendid assortment of ourI + ++i ++ 44 ++ +4 + 4+ + + + + + + +++++ 4+ + ++ j FURNITURE I + + + 44 + 44 + + +44 t+++ +++ + which is more extensive now than ever Every line is crintling with Holiday selections To properly celebrate the ecason YOU will probably desire some new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetBSideBoards DiningRoomIron Beds full stock has jnst reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever offered Rockersany style you may iib Couchesv err latest desigua See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rage ff +++ +++++ +++ i- I JO S JOPLIN I 220222 W Main Street 1 V e it ++Undertaking a Specialty p GWEvans Jr Embalmer and Director F LoR Blanton I DEALER IN ICoal Feed Salt Sand Iinii I Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streets apallrPhone 85 t1 L iliS 7 74 7Iffi 7Im7I Subscribe for s The Richmond Climax IV d d Only LOO a Year 1 a j I F7Ltiis p ji pb xw FOR Photographs Of the ilighest Order VisitiheOizrwurk trJ ttrn mat Prize UZerecf State CoaTtaUo- azprtttooIeat F J SPNGLER 1 Lexington Kyr I ofti 7 Knew the Value of Sleep Napoleonsto sleep If he had but an hour for sleep he slept an hour even though the fate of hunginGen Grant was another great example of this ability to lay aside work at quitting time Even in the wilderness cam paign when the responsibility of the movements of the nations armies stretched Out in battle line a thousand miles long lay on his shoulders when his goodnight com mands involved all night marching and fighting of his army of the Potomac and his waking orders might mean victory or defeat the killing on the saving of a thousand men under it all he lay down and dropped to sound sleep asT quickly as you or I when weread ourselves sleepy over an told story book Grant had what a great writer has called a frictionless mind He saved for the wear of work what others throw away on the tear of worry Here is a sample of the other extreme Said a Minneapolis lawyer to me today When I began thepractice of lawit always lost two nights before I had a case in court tossing about and combating every thinka ble standpoint of my oppo nent And I lost as much sleep afterward upbraiding myself for not having thought of certain points at certain pat occasions in the progress of the case Of what value were these night thoughts to this young attorney About as much value as night sweats to a consumptive I venture to say that all the business planning a man does in life while lying on his back at night isnt worth an hours good thinking on his feet none June morning As compared with the sleep it dis places such night thinking isnt worth forty winks alter dinner Burning the candle at both ends sometimes makes a fine bonfire But it always makes a bad grease spot of a good candleThe Commercial West Stand Like a Stone Wall Between your children and the tor tures of itching and burning eczema tchaldbeador other skin disease why by using Bucklens Arnica salve earths greatest healer Quick est cure for Ulcers Fever Sores Salt Rheum Cute Burns or Bruises III fallible for Piles 25c at Perry Thomass drue store 1m Mrs Margaret Hobbs of Lancaster who was here yes terday returning from a trip to Cumberland Gap showed an I J representative piece of bacon forty years old It had been kept in apit and lookedas if it wouldeatpret ty good in these days of high priced meats Stanford In tenor Journal1 J W TPoynter and C R West were fishing in the res ervoir Saturday and the lat fur i6ght a bass weighing seven and onehalf pounds the largest ever caught there find one of the largest ever caught in this section of the State Winchester Demo crat I V THE THIEF OF BEAUTY Ig Captured by Bzmdfielcis Regulator to csandsothe fact that gKOmenareawakingI been stolen and cheeks and bright wrinkles of haTe taken their place j These are the warning feeliszs Wesk and tired in the znoniing no lifeto enter upon their fonser pleasures iiritable cross dull headaches dispirited- ce1itgaleepIss nights cold feet Lear Is1nindicate deranged and ireakeueorga11 end exhausted energies follow the weak ened condition of the female organs as sareff as night follows day Save your self from worse results by taking BRADFIELDSF TheCostLnigOIatingmcnsuwRgUlator- in Ib world Itrelieves obstrccted or suppressed neaitraatioa rvceas bca nz Beouty of fa6und of lana ate the re j tfW idirtf JUJMC OiazzBsUtOsteArcCi juil uiaMI- UllM r t S t2a Settlers in the Northwest About the nearestapproacl to the sights in the large im migrant transfer stations in the larger cities on the Atlan tic coast at the opening of the spring immigration was the scene at the Union Depot when engine No 1057 the largest on the Great Northern road pulled out a frain of thirteen coaches packed to the vestibules with prospective settlers going to their claimsin the Dakotas Mon tana and Washington The movement of settlers through Minneapolis and St Paul today was the biggest n the history of the Northwest About 2000 people not including those who left on the Great Northern and Northern Pacific coast trains from Minneapolis in the morning passed through the twin cities during the day It was said at the Great Northern offices that the full tickets sold in connection with this movement num bered 818 This does not in clude children going under half fare and infants which together with the adults will make the aggregate number daybetweenMany families will live in tents until houses can be erected One woman board ed the train with nine chil dren the eldest of whom was fourteen years of age She was destined for a pointabouti thirty miles north N D where her husband took a claim about three weeks ago She said she was anxious to get to the place early so that she might help break thegroUid and seed The freight office of the Great Northern railway had up to this afternoon handled since the movement of settlers began this spring 1140 carloads of household effects and 254 carloads of livestock Last spring up to April 20 the movement of settlers was very lightSt Paul News Holds Up a Congressman writEChampgrossman Irom overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and constant speaking I had about utterly collapsed mybodyties of Electric Bitters made me all right Its the best all around medi cine over sold over a drnggfsts conn ter Over worked run down met pleitdidBitters Ty them Only roc Guar anteed by Perry Tbcma8 druggist im Remarkable Old Man of Net son Mr W T Husband of Greens Chapel is a remarka respectsHebut is hail and hearty and as active as a man half his age He has never been troubled withsickness of any consequence and is very energetic and industrious This year he has broken up four teen acres of land whi h will be put in corn He also broke up ground in which he sowed seven bushels of oats besides doing other work onthe farm During the past winter he cut and hauled about fifty cords of wood Mr Hus band has been constantly employed since early boyhood and to this be attributes his long life and rugged health Oardstowu Standard Dangerous If Neglected Burns cuts and other wounds erreD Tail to heal properly If neglected and ittoome troublesome sores UeWitts Witch Hazel Salve prevents tuch con sequences Even delay tins s eravated the Injury DeUitt1 Wiich Hazel Salve effects a cure I bad a running sore ou my leg thirty Baja IL C Hartly Yankeetowo Ind After min man reaietJiesr I tried fewboxesiHrfjmcR Files vield to it at once Uewatc of counterfeits 1 m Relic of theTimeof VanBt ten tj t Mr LM Gray of Brum field while working in his garden the other day found a souvenir which was used during Martin Van Buren s race for the Presidency The souvenir is made of copper and is about the size of the oldtime penny On one sTdti is some indistinct figuring and on the other M Van Buren Democracy and Out Country Danville Advo caref i The drifiklBg fcray li g lUra his IM1II Pi BloodWe live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich orpoortThere is to on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with con gThisWhen weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we arc starved our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets the whole body going again man woman and child AmpleIlt40 p4l5jcc aJl 4 fi Mr sntroxgutf Bret Hartep While his earlier fame did I not of course continue un dimmed Bret1 Harte has al ways held a wide popularity and the almost innumerable stories be turned out were al ways certain oft large audi ence Among Englishmen as stated he was a great fa vorite though he never failed in his affection for America Philadelphia North American The late Francis BretHarte was a poet a humorist and a novelist He was distinctively American and he was wise enough though he lived long in Europe to stick to American subjects for his work His novels were not equal in merit to his verse and neither equaled his short stories It is doubtful if he had any superior in the latter line of work Chicago Chron cle But at his best his writings had a savor all their own and in their striking commingling of the humorous with the pathetic of the gentle with the rough they attained to a degree of originality and exert ed a special kind of charm which made Bret Harte one of the most distinctive of American writers and which render his future fame se curePhiladelphia Inquirer The appreciations of Francis Bret Harte called forth by his death have strangely omitted to give him the credit he deserves as the father of the modern short story His ser vice to literature iu this re spect is more clearly discern ed in England than in America We have not yet fully grasped the fact that to Bret Harte more than toany other writer belongs the honor of giving the short story its most perfect and human form Chicago RecordHerald His stories are necessarily rude and the impediments of extraneous detail is often ruthlessly cast aside but the descriptive touch the humor and the pathos with which he makes his western landscapes as his western people live are and are likely to remain unri valed It is this finally that lends Bret Harte a truly his rudeItypes refugees from the East miners prospectors coach robbers outlaws gam blers horse thieves and foi tuneseekers of all sorts he faithfully pictures a phase highly important and absolutely unique in the history of civilization His work will last because the West of his day dies with him Philadel phia Pressr What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digestmg and as simiUting food For them D Kings New Life Pills work premiers The tone and regulate the digestive organs expel all poisons from the sys temeniich the blend improve appe tlte make healthy flesh Only 26c Perry Thomas drug store alI During the life of the Fifty mem1bErsCrump of Michigan P Iic of Pennsylvania Cummings of New YorkOEeyTjftjflj Salmon New JerseyBrosiu Pennsylvania Stokes South Carolina Four were Repub cans and four were Demo crats Three of them Cum mings Otey and Salmon sinceItho first of 3ra f Hell Soon be Here One of the funniest sight to us arc the young sapsuck ers who have gone to the city nd after a short time re urn to the country homo on a visit to the old man and the old woman as they slightly speak of father and mother It is remarkably how small the old home town rows how the moss has ac on the backs of boyhood acquaintances These little roosters go to the city and earn a salary of probably The defenders of our Phil ippine policy are all gradually making defense of Gen Smiths orders to make a howling wilderness of his district and kill all Filipinos over ten years of age His lawyers excuse that this was necessaiy to prevent com- pieteanarchy is the accept ed basis of defense What a rightful comedown this is from our formerimperial program of lifting these people up educating and civilizing them When one looks at the present status of the question why should ahowl ing wilderness be considered preferable to complete anarchy What is there desirable about the wilderness conditions anyway We objected to it very much wizen the Spaniards were creating it in Cuba on the same plea oJ necessity in the maintenance of theirsovereigntyIndianl a Like a Drowning Man Five years otto a disease the doetont called dyspepsia took such hold of me that I could scarcely go writes Geo S Marsh well known attorney of Xu cnaTx I look quantities of pep nOlltlRJhelpedat a straw I grabbed at Kodol I felt an improvement at once and after a few bottles ani sound nod well Kod ol is the only preparation whichex actly rey rod aces the natural digestive juices and consequently is the only onu which digests any good food and cnreti any form of stomach trouble 1m Curious and Serious Accident Thursday Mrs William Osborne of Williamstown was going Home In the bug gy were a jug of coal oil a box of matches and other articles says the Winchester Democrat The horse ran away and smashed the buggy Mrs Osborne was thrown out the jug smashed and the matches ignited and before assistance arrived she was rightfullyburnedWont Aft Paying For It rdelanfor the physician to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of hy giene or diet to the siijajlget extent h has but one retort left namely ihe drug treatment Wheu medicines are usd forchronic constipation the most mild and gentle obtainable Knob as Chamberlain Stomach IAval Tablets should be employed Their use Is not followed by const on tiou a they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition For sale by Stock ton Hapan 1m In one week Helen Gould is said t have received beggars letters asking more than S1CGOCOO IA fellow doesnt have to wear gkueeti in order to make a rpectacle ofhimself Its the woman that is never ready whose words carry wait WHERE DOCTORS FAIL TocnrowomsnlsLyd1aPinkhams EI Sound Succeeds 3Irs Writes DEAB Yrs PIXKHAMT Soon after my marriage two years ago I fouul- myself in constant The doctor said my womb was turned and this caused the pain with considerable inflammation He prescribed for me for 41 VSS PAUL JBDSOJf Eeesttsirot SchermeborGolf dob ew four months when mybpabandbeaain impatient because Igrew worse at better and in to the dm he advised Mm to getLydla El pinidiamaVectablO Com and Sanative Wash now 1 wiih J had taken that at first it tronld had and me weeks of suffering It tool three long months fc restore we bu Usa happy relief oad we are botS taostgrattf nl to you Your Component has brought joy to our home an bealtatome MRS PACIXSTE Jacsoi 47 Street Brooklyn N Y tSOOOJorftit If 601 t rat ftusOMi 1mentPmkha1VecekWe aM aM to at X f Za 1 r apel1 t we 4- I6iil 4 t Do You KnowT- hat Boggles and Carri agea are from J5to cheaper now than they acre a few week ago We itill have good election on our floor You UTe money by buying nowaud lose nothing qulItout more prices materials are going 0yR TkDWMNGESRLE 1I OF I SPRIN6 AND SUMMER FABRICS has been so enormous that we cleaned up nearly all of our purchase andibuythespring business r New Silk Lenas Ventor Novelties Poleina Stripes Gaze De Saire Columbia Novelties Silk Zephyrs I inPiquesand upto date line of tflese goods ever opened in this city Our Wash Silks Taffeta Silks Silk PordesayneSilksare the talk of the town Ask to see them When Comes itjrle Prop mOHt complete r IInewCloths Vaihetiucs new Sicilian Cloths the weaves this to in f J partmentlJ forurIheyareSHOES SHOES SHOES vi IIerd where we set competition a that they cant keep in sight of Our Shoe Department le one of the most com dleto of all our stocks CAnailNEW SPEIIAlS in Shops Dont lag behind and buy old sinfl follow the crowd and get the good things see a it to CaroetsIhavoto f 1 If You Need an Uptodate Spring Suit If your son needs a Tuit if yon need a part of a suit Coat or Vest or anything else Clothing we have got it for H Our Clothing all fresh and new no old shopworn stuff to palm off on you for new Our prices in this dpartIment hays been cut to the and handsomequick new upto date nobby garments being given out at tremendouslyow prices Dont taft to see thorn get posted prices S Collarshirts Ialways lower than elsowhiereTi I Our new style Hats in Felt and Straw are having quite a run ff Call and see them If you want anything Great or Small bnt always of the best quality material you can find it for the least price at j BUSY BEE CASH STORE you for past we are very respectfully fir WaDOLDHAM CO PROFESSIONAL CARDS AT otTs RVI MILLER AtroaxIyLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OSoe z Ute Bttroua Baitdiod next doer armer8 National Bank febJly SULLvAN JE ATT HXEYATIiAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op pesite Coart House on Main Street iio D M OUENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen lifts grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaio BiciiitoSD KESTCCKT CaTOffiee over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOHNEYS AND- COUSSZLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Beiuetii old law once over Perry k Thomas drugstore PSTSICIAITS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAKS AND SURGEONS BICHMOXD KEKTDCKY OSee Ia thr oe Iici budig I and Sec cad Street eves ffoux oU dns toe rj H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surzery Office Prather Buiidme lauttiUtivtr- elepbone at residence the Our pUcc on Broadway ICJIHOSD KEJSTCOXT W EVANS M D PlITSIClAV ASD SCECZOJf RICHMOSD KENTUCKY DTAL sraosar toaxen1ttt1c nSQ1 ugtia- or LovunuzXT 83OC8 next door to Qorrnsaient Balldlnjf ichnrfiodKr OSlce houBV to Kl c nov17y Harry M BIanton DENTIST eOca In BeuncIl5aHdlb- giin rBLBP ONE US lnR LANDMAN floie GnenW- e4needaffaltiDO2 EOYaictl0 11rs1 gYaice 130 Ost opatbcPhysici ISutBakLiterature IYnJif ed oft appUcMie eoNIiLTAHHI IE tfiinf qi m SbQi 5 eJ 0 C L In lidJty another of up K7 Lrrig Vorb John Donelson early Mauselain It Oscawana SullinJ1I Valhings j i Florentines and all now in favor season are be found our Dress Goods De l i pace ur i JPants in in are t t ir Thanking patronage k to i to r tI Interest Yrn housekeeper in our line To the farmer we particularly- call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Plows and other implements neces sary to the cultivator of all crops and to the housekeeper we call attention to our line of Model Steel Ranges Southern Queen Cooking Stoves and other kitchen furniture Our line of Hardware is second to none in Kentucky carrytheplacingalso agents for the celebrated Studebaker Farm Wagon which is the finest and most durable wagon on the market We make a specialty of Tin Hoofing and Guttering Mr W D Buckley one of the best tinners in Kentucky having charge of this department Call and let us quote you prices and we will make of you an everlastingfriend and customer TAYLOR BROS tv ++++4 4 4 II I nURMAN baa made Richmond the best market on Hides Skin old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boot Zinc and all other Junk stock there Is on earth When other people can pay good prices Thnrman on pay better prices always the highest Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES Ifbb Thurman Grocery Co ljanLfSDEAL AT t OOO Hurst Bros IDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in 1 J Dry Goods Qothing Notions Etc readjmadeaUPur Soe LINE is complete and larger than everJEtbefore We also handle Hats Caps Over I ails Groperies Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of nil kinds Hardware Etc GIve usa call Let us slow you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE 0 of alE kinds We can save Y UtnO neMembor still jglve you ateSttlmpsa rtontToirgeirtdaskfor8taMps purchasing goods of us jRepst r if 7 JISTp- u BRIPSlj Q 5 I E ur y Pril1tSJDWSt hrJ L u RICH MU ND g t 171 L 22J1S e 0000 Tliei Richmond Climax =C C0ENAULT President A njMILLEB Manager BOBTBCa5V K Edllor WEDNESDAY MAY 21 1S02 rUBUSUKUXVEKY WKDNIC9DAY M- Tfhs Climax Printing Co tucorp rnte- LANNOUNCEMENTS v We are requested to annonnce ROY O WHITIJ as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action ol the Democratic party Ae authorized to announce DAN IL BRKGK ala candidate for Clerk of the MadE alfl i1t Court Subject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself an a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Moping that my many friend in the will consider any claims that fad have to the nominaUon and If nom inated I pr mlae to use nil honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavcr as I have in the past to faithfully discharge iny duties as Clerk Thanking the people for put and future favors I am Respectfully S IL We are authorized to announce GEORGE J WHITE as a candidate for Clerk of tbe Madi son Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party THE immediate and liber ally sympathetic response from all parts of the world to the distress of Martinique and St Viucpnt shows that there is in tliemen ofour gen oration the remnant of the angel still Governments are voting large appropriations cities are organizing to send help churches newspapers and individuals everywhere are spontaneously arising to the pitiful appeal The good Samaritan walks on every highway And all such friends will be repaid a thousand fold Calamities like this make us grateful for our condition These occasions call forth the best that is in men and tit3 reactionary influence is beneficial to the heart of the giver Men are made quieter their I esare lifted to a higher plane the nations are brought closer together by a common interest for Sweet Charitys sake The poor old world is rolled out of the atmosphere of sordid commercialism for the time and ther spirit of altruism makes her batter and brighter and sweeter The hear t is made sore over the fearful loss and suffering but the privilege of carrying the cup of cold water makes the life stronger and more useful Mn BRYAN says in his Commoner There is no dearth of competent and de serving men One hundred names could be suggested of men qualified by experience and party service for the high office President They are not confined to any State or location Among the mill CiFiBraweriEo LEXINGTON KY Arc You u Do you want your work done neatly skillfully promptly with the least possibloamount of dust tnvsTi of worry 4 VV t UVijM r Do you want the new cstrstyles the mostar ti tic and the HioJrsbi prices consist Oferii with good work If so see us about r your Wall Paper li tt lit Ii Our stock is the largest Our styles the very la test Our prices the very lowest Our work manship the very best liramCo J MAIN ANJi BROADWAY T UGTO- NYiHr I jTi 4 ft ILIILIIions who voted the Democratic ticket in 1896 and 1900 there are enough to choose from so that it will not be necessary to forage upon the Republican camp or invade the ranks of the Palmer and Buckner crowd to find a man of Presidential statur- eRELIG1OUS novo William Crowe of Frankfort will preach at the Paint Lick Presby terian church next Sunday morning Rev FHII Burnam of Virginia will preach in tho Baptist church in Rich mond on tho 2nd Sunday in June at 11 a m and 730 p in All invited Rev John Abbott a former student of Central University who recently graduated frou the Theological Seminary at Louisville has been ordained and installed as pastor of the Presbyte nan church at Mt Sterling Eld J M Rash has just returned from a two weeks trip to Madison and Estill counties He held a protracted meeting with the church at Panola Madison county near the Estill line and his labors were graciously blessed by the addition of sixtyfour to the chuich He also preached two sermons at Saud Hill Estill county and there wore nine additions to the church lInking a total of seventythree One of the converts baptized was eighty nino years old Winchester Democrat BIRTHS HoonMr and Mrs Kuper Hood aro rejoicing over the arrival of their second son Saturday May 17 1002 DEATHS ENRIGHT Mr and Mrs Mike En right have the sympathy of a host of friends in tho loss of their three monthsold daughter Mary Loretla who died last Thursday of pneumonia Burial took place Friday afternoon in Richmond cemetery WALLACE Mrs Hattie Wallace wife of Tames A Wallace of Irvine died tt tho Good Samaritan Hospital in Lex ill ton last Thursday Deceased was a daughter of the late Judge J II Hard wick of Stanton and was a lovely woman She had only been married to Mr Wallace a few mouths We extend to the grief stricken husband and other relatives sincere sympathy in their sorrow The remains were interred at Stauton Mt Sterling Gazette FISXEY Mr Tillman J Finuey one of the countys best known farmers tiled at his home near Chestnut Grove Tuesday morning at 730 oclock of cancer of the stomach He had been in poor health for several months but was able to be up and arounduntil about a month ago when his condition became such that an operation was thought necessary and he was taken to Louisville where the surgeons decided it would not benefit him and he returned home and rapidly grew worse until death relieved his suffering Mr Finney was about sixtyseven years of age and was born in Estill county coming to this county to reside about sixteen years ago He was a member of the Christian church and has many friends over the county He was a hard working man and was in cor fortable circumstances financially at the time of his death He is survived by a wife who was Miss Addle Button before her marriage and four children Seven children all grown by a former marriage also survive him The remains were interred in the Smithfield cemetery yesterday afternoon after short services at the grave by Hev Ernest Elliott Shelby ville News Mr Finney was the father of Mrs Everett Witt of this city and was well known in the county He leaves a host of friends hero and in Estill who regret to learn of his death New Distillery It Is said that the Kentucky Distil leries and Warehouse Company will shortly begin the erection of a large plant at the mouth of Silver Creek in this county This is probably one of the best locations on the Kentucky river for a distillery About a mile up the creek Is a large spring known as the Boiling Spring where a three foot stream of water clear as crystal bursts forth near the cliff It is one of the wonders of nature and numbers of sight seers visit tile wonderful spring which regardless of rains is always clear and cold rite location is in a corn growingsection accessable to Mad ison and Jessamine counties aud will prove a bonanza to farmers up and and down the river The place is a pretty place for a town and no doubt in a few years there wilt be a town at that place iY M C A NOTES I t+ + ++ ++ + 4 + 4 s The YM C A meeting will be led next Sunday afternoon by Mr O C Wallace Subject Religion in the Home The Uible reading is Dent vi J9 Eph vi 410 All men are cor dially Invited to attend Secretary Shelter of the Railroad Department of the Lexington Associa tion has been the guest of the local association for several days Fell Thirty Feet Alvin Patterson of Ilarrodsburg met with a serious accident in Lexington Saturday winch will result in Ills los iyg a leg Young Patterson had retired to lila room in the third story of tbe Leland Hotel During the night while walking in his sleep ho stepped nut of the window He was uncon ious when picked up but was taken tit a hospital where the surgeons exam med his bruises It was found that the bone in his left leg was crushed fc several inches making amputation necessary His left wrist and right tiin were both broken and his head bJdly bruised Young Patterson form ety resided in this city And Is well Jdiownhero jRidicule never kiltoiiHlew th death 0 l IeerysdiI v That Tired Feeling Is a Common Spring Trouble Its a sign that tho blood is deficient In vitality just as pimples and other eruptions are signs that tho blood is impureIts too which only the hazardous fail to heed Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove It give new life new cour age strength and animation They cleanse the blood and clear the complexionAccept substitute HI felt tired all the time and could not sleep After taking Moods Sarsaparilla- S while I could sleep well and the tired feeling hAd gone This great medicine has also cured me of scrofula Mns C M Boor Gllead Conn Hoods Sarsapnrllla promises to curo and koeps the promise A Voice From the Fast The Farmers Chronicle by Joseph Turner is the name of an old paper brought to our office u few days ago by Mrs Brutes White It is a curiosity and has been read with much interest by several of tho older residents of the city The paper is dated Richmond Ky Saturday December 26 1835 Number 16 volume xiv showing that Richmond had a weekly newsparer as early as 1821 The old paper contains Andrew Jacksons message to congress with a lengthy editorial comment on it It has beside this several columns of political news and editorials There are but three items of local interest one to the effect that the sacrament of the Lords supper would be celebrated at tie Presbyterian church on the fol lowing Sabbath the second that sever al cases of smallpox had been discov ered at Foxtown and the third that the Directors of the Richmond and Lexington turnpike bad let the con tract for the building of 15 miles of the road at 0000 per mile lint it is not strange that there should have been this lack of local news Up to that time tho newspapers had been merely politicalorgans read by gentlemen The great common people were not sup posed to read and anything that might have been said concerning people was considered gossipy and vulgar Modern journalism was in its infancy The New York Sun the first paper to make a specialty of the news was thou in its second volume pud the elder James Gordon Bennett was conducting the Herald in a New York basement The new ideas had not at that time reached this far into the woods Tho editor of the Chronicle quotes the Paris Citizen as follows Wo are authorized from the unanimity with which the call for Gov Moieucad has been received to announce him a can didate for the oOlce of Governor at the uext Gubernatorial election We think the editor of the Citizen is rather premature in his announcement He had better wait for Gov Moreheads consent This he will not obtain until Judge Clarks claims aro disposed of We hope to see but two Whig candi dates on the track A meeting of tho members of the Legislature of Virginia opposed to the election of Martin Van Buren and Richard M Johnson was to have taken place at the Capitol at Richmond on the 11th inst to nominate candidates for President and VicePresident of the United States Charles Lynch has been elected Governor of Mississippi by a majority of 426 votes The Covin ton Enquirer of tho 11th says that there is now organizing at Newport Ky a company of Volun teers to aid the Texans in their strug gle for liberty Tuesday December 8 1835 Ben jamine Watkins Leigh a Senator from Virginia Bedford Brown a Senator from North Carolina Henry Clay and John J Crittenden Senators from Kentucky appeared in Senate and took their seats Such are some of the notes that in terested the reading men of our city two generations ago The old paper contains about seven columns of advertisements all of which are very interesting There is very little display in the advertisements- but the advertisers seem to have bad a very roundabout way of telling the public what they bad There are several notices of negroes to hire but there are none offered for sale Drs Venable and Moberley announce the partnership entered into for the practice of medicine and surgery office ou the west side of tho Court House There is a call for the officers of the 7th 19th and 35th regiments of the 13th Ky Brigade to meet on January 4 1836 at the Court House Among the merchants who tell in a modest way of what they have are Howard fc Davis William O Miller Geo W Baker Williams Miller and McClanahan Stone The trustees of the Female Academy announced to tho public that Joshua L Traoey Esq has been en gaged as Principal of the Academy A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERT One small bottle of Has Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal omissions weal and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder in both men andwomen regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist wiil be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case abore mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky RED THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 MoDearSirTexas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I usingitfeel better thlll 1 have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec When a fellow tells a girl he would die for her she naturally wants know bow much life insurance he carriesv r The cold bad weather k 4ayid byoo with tI1IMec o It r And Carnival lssoci tio- OTJULYi419 +++ ++ + H + + ++ H+ HIGH SCHOOLNOTES + + +++ + + + + + 4 + +++4 + + ++++ Throngh the kindness of tile CLIMAX we have been granted space from week to week in order to keep the patrons and general public in closer touch with our school Meritorious work in any line no one appreciates more than the teacher un less it be the parent Hence from time to time e shall insert compo sitions names of pupils who will represent us at the coining Tournament personals programs of our Literary Societies anything that belongs to our generalschool work and that is of in terest to patron and public EKrKESESTATIVES AT TilE TOORXAMEXT In mentioning the names below I feel it due them to say they gained the honor by patience and sturdy work As the list of winners in music and declamation has already been published this week I Insert representatives iu class work to be followed next week by list of athletics Oral spelling under 12 yrs Edna Joe Oral spealling 11 to 1C Jerry Powell Written spelling any age Addie Johnston Public oral spelling under 15- Nowlon Whitlock Public oral spelling ally age fl Addle Johnston 2 Mabel Kunkcl la Jerry Powell Rapid calculation under 12 Jennie Dobrowsky Higher arithmetic Newlon Whitlock Elementary algebra Eloise Million Higher algebra Mabel Kunkel Plane geometry Newlon Whitlock Beginning latin Pauline Richards English grammar Katherine Scott English composition Mallie Clouse US history Kit Covin ton Geography Pormelia Culton Slant pennmnnship Pauline Richards Drawing Pauline Richards Reading Permelia Culton WUAT HAPPENED TO FOUR EARS OF CORN Four cars of corn found tncmselves together at at a county fair One was from Iowa another from Indiana one from Kansas and a piece of popcorn from Kentucky They were all given to a farmer who was taking them home over a rough country road The corn in thin back of the bnpgy was very much jolted Kansas was jolted over against tho popcorn The popcorn said Keep off of me Kansas I came from Kentucky and know how to fight Iowa and Indiana laughed at the little ear of popcorn But before they had time to say anything the buggy stopped and the man took them out and into tho house The corn then began to talk of what they wanted to happen to them The corn from Iowa said that he wanted to bo ground into meal The corn from Kansas paid he wanted to be planted and make more corn The corn from Indiana said lie wanted to be given to the cattle to make them fat But the corn from Kentucky said that he wanted to be popped and hung on a Christmas tree to make it look pretty The next morning tile farmer came in and got the corn and put the piece from Iowa in a sack that was going to be ground into meal The ear from Kansas was so big and nice that he saved it to PlattE As he passed through the barn lot he tossed the ear from Indiana to tho cattle and the popcorn was popped so each ear was happy Stccllon hums fin Grade age 11 An Important Decision The Court of Appeals has just rendered a decision that i lunatics estate cannot be subjected to the payment of his bqard at a State asylum until those dependent on him had been provided for It was also held that an asylum could only sue for board at the animal rate of 150 and not 200 as permitted by statute and that in the ease of property acquired by a lunatic niter his being adjudged a pauper lunatic the cause of action accrues to an asy lum and the statutory period of limita tion begins at the time of the acquisition Southern InterState Contest Tho Southern InterState Oratorical contest will be held in the Lexington Opera House Wednesday evening May 21 under the auspices of Kentucky University This is the greatest ora torical contest which comes to this State Nearly all the great Southern Universities are members of the Asso elation Speakers will be present from the University of Texas Vanderbilt University Central University Uni versity of the South South Carolina College Washington Leo University tho University of Virginia and Ken tucky University Celebrated Worlds Fair Band to Flay at The Elks Fair at Lexington Aoj II to U Those who attend the Elks Fair at Lexington this year the days of whid are August 11 to IU inclusive will have the pleasure of hearing Phinncys Cole bratei United States Hand which play ed for six months at the Chicag Worlds Fair Tho contract for this celebrated musical organization has al ready beciii signed Tho band playcc for three months at the PaiiAmeriuai Exposition at Buffalo thirteen werki at the California Midwinter Fair tei weeks at the Omaha Exposition and has a national reputation It lisa been secured at great cost and will be made one of the special features of the Lexington Elks Fair Daily concerts will be given from ft a m until 5 p m and brilliant lila minated spectacular concerts with fire works in the evening The band uum hers 32 men all of whom aro soloist on their respective instruments There Is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together sad until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by con stantly tailing to cute with local treat menu pronounced in incurable Sci ence has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured bv FJCheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It 10dropsly ou the blood and mucous surfaccaof huili1reddollarsSend for circulars and testimonials CoToledoSold by Druggists 15c hails FlyliiIsre tho be J Ejiclo Do not breed your mare until vou ace EPICLES threeyearold trial 221 son of the great Bow Bells 219 iand Fancy by Favorite Wilkes dam of three great race horses one of which sold for 10000 and will raze for the big stakes on this grand circuit IhU year EpICLEi breeding is second to none his trotting action is perfect goes without weight or boots his style and finish is that of the show horse type and his fee is only Fifieen Dollars Come and see him at the Ellen Dale Stock Farm in charge of Robert Waik r apr30 4t Twentieth Century Edition The Elkton Progress sent out its handsome Twentieth Century edition last week which is one of the most creditable efforts in that line we have ever seen It is gotten up in book form and contains thirtyeight pages Shied with excellent reading matter embracing historical biographical and business sketches One of the most attractive features is a facsimile of the first pnge of the Elkton Banner published over fifty years ago Blow it is a page of the Elkton Progress of today which is the successor of the old Banner Bank Taxation The franchise valuation of Kentucky banks for State tax purposes for 1002 will be arrived at by taxing the capital stock at par the surplus and undivided profits and deducting from the total amount the assessment made in each instance of the property of a bank by the local Assessor This basis was determined on by the State Board of Valuation and Assessment and is objected to by the banks as was a similar action last year The action was taken by Secretary of Stale Hill and Treas urer Uager and over this protest ot State Auditor Coulter Mr Coulter took the position of the banking companies that thvy should not be assessed Will Cure Stomach Ache in Five Minutes This is just what Painkiller will do tn it Have a bottle in the house for instant use as it will save you hours 01 suffering Watch out that the dealer docs not sell you an imitation as the great reputation of Painkiller Perry Davis has induced many people to try to make something to sell said to bo just as good na tho genuine It is often difficult to distinguish between a peacemaker and a busybody Sciatic Rheumatism Cured Alter Fourteen Years ol Suffering I have been atllicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says Jubli Edgar of Germantown CalhIwasable to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Cham berlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and get well It Is for sale by Stockton If gan 1m Domestic quarrels are the coupons torn from tho bonds of matrimony No Loss ol Time I have Fold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would rather be out of cof fee or sugar than It I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they aretat work again this morning II R Phelps Plymouth Oklahoma As will be seen by the above the threshers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by Stockton IJa Jan 1m A business man takes no notes ofit- he can get spot cash Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it She says Our three took whooping cough last summer our ba by boy being only three months old and owing to our giving them Cham berlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other chil dren whote parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops Jessie Pinkey Hall Spring byStocktonCharity is but otis of the many things that should begin at home IKetpthe Balance Up anydisturbancohealth causes serious trouble Nobody can bo too careful to keep this balance up When people begin to lose appe tite or to get tired easily the least im 1eaknttsIcraves it and should not be denied itand the bflt tonic of which we have SarsaparihiaVhat keepjugit the same difitinctivn as a preventive that it enjoys us a cure Its early nse has illustrated tho wisdom of tho old saving that a stitch in time saves nine Take Hoods for appetite strength and endurance 1m Most actors would rather have along ruu tlan a short walk Wants Others to Know EarlyIUserser and they are all right I nmlad to indorse them for I think whenvwe find a good thing we ought to let olh Irs know It writes Alfred Heinze Quincy In They never gripe or dis tress Sure cafe pills 1m No man is a hero in the eyes of his valet and no woman is a heroine in the eyes of her cook y READY MADE Y AN OBJECT LESSO ITS IMPOSSIBLE For Sate 250000 hard brick on mY tana a Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer See George D White Richmond or the man on the premises tf Grand CbminaixJery Knights Templar of Kentucky Versailles Ky HT 2122 For this above occasion the L A railroad will sell tickets to Versailles May 20th 21st and 22nd with final limit 23rd at rate of one and onethird fares for the round trip 3t C M Browing Genreal Mgr LOW RATES ON THE LN One fare to Louisville and return May 18th morning trains 19th good returning May 21st May 24 28 29 and morning trains 30 good returning May 31xt Account Elks Charity Carnival Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates It hiss been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the prefcen year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on Illu initiating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price offtas from 200 to 175 SSyBut notice Is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gliB bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delia quent persons will bo required to pay the present rate penally without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER Liairr Co Nov 27 1901 doc 4 tf Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the ettate of Mrs Bethseba Adams deceased are quested to file same on or before June25 prop erly verified or same will be barred Those knowing themselves to be Indebted to the i s state are requested to call and settle B C ADAMS maylt 4t Administrator PUBLIC SALE OF t Lands Stock and Crop As Executors tho estate of P 0 Munday we will expose to Public Sale on the premises three miles north of Whit Mall Madison county Ky at 10 oclock a in o- nThursday7 May 22d 1901 the following preperty viz Seventyeight acres more or lessof land with a new 8 room dwelling thereon The land II under cultivation crops now growing and will be included in sale A good tobacco barn which will hold eight acres of tobacco one good tenant honsewith all necessary outbuild- Ings Two brood mares 5 cows 4 yearling steers 2 yearling heifers good 2year old goojtwoboisemower 1 reaper hay rake I twohorse planter and road wagon and harness plows and plow gear etc Terms made known on lay of Sale For further particulars call on or ad dress tho undersigned James Munday Hunt Clark county Ky Wm Munday White Hall Ky 7m3t Executors Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion sates to Colorado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Manitou as 2100 Iron St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good allsummer at other periods only one fare plus 200 rounl trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to Jtne 8th Auctst 2d to 8th Round trip good 60 days variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri River 4500 all lower than the one way rate only 100 more between Frisco and Portland first class good in chair cart seats free standard sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chief Const ronto the Burlington tc Denver through Sonic Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOIakes scores of the coolest and countryfrequentApply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of your proposed trip wbeathei to Colorado Pacific Coast Ynlloi stone Park Minnesota and let us advise least cost and assist you Send for our handsome Colorado 01 California 1002 publications free W M SHAW P L 406 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager SI Louis Mo WAKELEY Genl Passr Agent St Louis Mo JMADETOORDEE ak ve Teu DOT heightbreadth there would still be differ ences in their figures which would show onlv Jtoomade suit to fit a man perfectly unless the clothes are made for him alone Be a madetomeasure man Let us make that summer suit Pri ces right of cour- seStotiffer y ii Mahler It F r c t t tiii tJrEmberies t 6 r 1 ffiiS Ir 0or o rt 10I r JJ 902 J i Ic r 1JIT 2 e i TJI WIEI1 J Wo are showinglbo greatest aaaortVJ ment of Embroideries in tthtlts li branches that wTrfMiave atteipptedi 1 Ihoretofro All the p for this year and represent a selec r tjioiithat will meet every g r Li fItrqde An idea of the IUngnitudelf can be fouutlpfrom the tact s t that wo carry in stock over 300 pat f terns of Cambrics Swiss anti Nain 0 ilfm Isook Embroideries 1 t11 aee1 af t u JIl If EThebest German Torchon Lace Onatatrthe market warranted full 12 yardttlr7 iches wide at5c a bolt JEl IGorman Torclipn Lace warranted p j at 10cStaple OeinX t 1 Crochet lAce heavy threadiira XK Ir16J new open pattern a good wearing durable lace with a linen finish at 3c J a yard We are also showing an abEl solute new and uptodate highclafw 9 selection of narrow English and VFrench Val Laces which aro tho t i L EI fatuous lace fof the most looms of this world very elaborate turg leaf anti floral desitEl p raised outlines Veiy hantlsomoit6 effects Call in and see our line 6 Respectfully yours fr EI- El ji r2E fy 6 i i MK E E4- I r i6 1O1W EN i 1F r u A Book FreeWe will be pleased to send on receipt of attached coupon correctly filled out and one cent tocoTerezpenseof mallinpor will deliver to any one presenting the coupon properly 3ade oat at our store a copy The Dictionary of SportsVoI containing aphaljetlcally arranged der each one of the main sports such as Golf BaseBall Racing ete all the popular expressions with a concise de union of each It is The Only Booklet of Its Kind Extant of convenient and rest pocket size artlltIcallyIUDstrated of handsome fullpare illustration showing correct clothes for men The Booklet thronghunt is illustrated in color tints the work of the famous New York artists Mestrs Grant Wright M R Morgan and lire Eo Mac Namara The Booklet war written by Mr Will Curley Editor of Field Sports New York jtrnal for Mesrs Alfred YorkMekerMen who at in expense of many thousands of dollars published A Quarter of a Million Copies The bonk Is nf ntrimlc value and If produced for Book Store salt would readily bring ZSc to SOc If SoM to a Lover of Out Door Suramer Sports COUPONCit out ml seal t L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY rcjyBookletitluitraltJ ci published by Messn Alfred lmj lmlI Nci York Enclosed 1one esnt ti tovf t stagt 0 deliver tj iecrer Name Strut Make our house Lyour headquart erswhenint Lexington 1 If Lxr c u It tfIv Til Z 1 g fc Ib Z 0Ii Lexingt nts Greatest Clothing House n t t ri j Louis fius Straus Sole Agents for Alfred H H B jamin Cos 1f it eiaisA ra Paxnoimu 4P y 7 t i Ai Clothina1 i gj J No house in Lexington can you such Goods They are showIto the finest Custom Clothing stock of Top Coats are The Celebrated Aqua i exI IxeleX I1 t Proof Rain Coat J- m Yc i I t E1 t+ A StilOur New floods are arriving ilaily at our vast Emporium and ofSpriugGinghams hjtejjrppds i Embroideries Insertions Etct1t r V i that was over brought to Richmond Unequaled MountMellickBraid Attention isparticularly called to our dvmade Sfeirttbepaftnieit Tnlthis line we can please the most fastidious tastes and have a Ilu assortment to select thetesoodsanestock of u News Matting r tins just beet recelvednuttfs now plated cntWe buy In tiibest markets of thieworId youknowLowst Prices t i0J Iji1t iatyuq nJfi so trade with W 4 LeeShiitha M J 3p p tn JrFtn 1 0 3tn n ti h III p s lira ktn tn tn p tn II r ir r I = IL SEEDSt = 11 rWe have received fine lot oft rc I p ure German I Southern L Millet Seed Jf and invite you to call at our store and examine isIrjL ever to +Richmond J I j= = WOOLr3 We also wish to pjrchase your WOOL and guarantee to pay the highest market price for same sell until you get our prices DEATHERAGE COi JJJJlie Richmond Climax IDirY MAY 21 1902 proA Wilkes Smith Dentist is StonfferslriC Ft rytliiiig in the carriage line an ie iimhised st S L MidkifTs r ztiaraflteetI may2l 2t Y u ran make money by taking Ir wj t Oriagtoii Arnold Bro 1 xiv the highest market prices 3t- ii in 1Ilttcb s clocks or in fact vtliiii iii this line needs repairing irn to U K Lane His work is aprSOtf Ii vii cmteniplate having any pa icr painting to do this spring it yoiirwlvantngo to call and- rlil my line of wall paper and iiijt on painting If W L Leeds MHC tihll 10 cents each oneI- ii Ballon buckets 5 cents each ute per pound TEX CsT STORE 1 dour to Government Bldg iy S L Midkiffs Carriage r rxamine his lineof vehicles ikrR a purchase lie will rrney may212t tlk of Jewelry cut glass wi nVer more complete than inv prices will please every ajrXtf LE1sn Hill your vehicles repainted and r tires lo tako the place of lIorn out ones yon aro now r thus hive a now vehicle for s L Jlidkilf will do the 1 y u may 12t atentioii is called to the new 7L Vatson of Lexington in CMMAX Special prices are Wash Goods of all kinds in skirts and in draperies and ittniisfi lie invites all his friends Iamine these goods while At Owe feer- oiiiiof the Kentucky Press will be IteM at Owensboro iII trip will be to the lakes rV Salt year and a half old short Apply to- Wlllilln Wallace Paint Lick Ky NMce- r of Ibtrbourville Ky wPl ieil Lids for the purpose of rig the streets of said city T k p m Tune 1002 For write City Clerk DTIXSIEY City Clerk ra full and J complete V 6 line of L mens C Q H AN S 3 abw 3W RichmondKy For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well located Apply to Thurman Jrocerv For Sale thebestand the other 100x300 For terms ap ply at this office mch2Ctf Lost A Knights Templar charm engraved CommanderyLeave znay7 If G W EVANS Have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf Screen Your Doors aDd Windows Wa have just received a car load of screen doors and can save you from 15 to 25 per cent on these goods Give us- a call AKBUCKLE SIMMONS aprSO lino At College Hill Decoration Dy will be observed at College Hill Friday May 30 The exercises will begin at 1 oclock A dl rectors business meeting is appointed for 2 oclock Gone to Oklahoma Mr K C Adams Administrator of the estate of liyburn Thomas deceased lelt yesterday for Oklahoma to make a settlement of the estate He will be gono for several weeks For Sale I ofler for sale my residence on High street Lot is lO x220 ft with new stable and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in good repair andwill be sold at abargaintf Mrs Elizabeth Crow Returns to Faint Lick I C Rucker of Lancaster has bpngbt of Burnam Co an interest in the Buffalo Roller Mills at Paint Lick Mr Rucker had charge of the Paint Lick mill several years ago He is one of the best millers in the country and the people of that community are glad to have him back again Good Game Tomorrow afternoon the baseball team of Caldvcell High school will play Valters Collegiate Institute on the Campus The game will be called at three oclock The High Behoof team is getting ready for the Tournament an l is in excellent training It will be a good game and everybody should turnout and eee it Have just received one of the fin est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glaze that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak log a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LAKE jcTORY S26OOOOPVh furnishings Tii- yDp Cotf V61AS 1fJJ I cvT1o- ffS1c IXCrCaU qf jZej i taMc bgk- tt1eo = PAI- rsjo1156672O Pairs llineu More Than DOUbM Ia Fear Year clE JDRnS mcre men ISooan tii the 13J0 i 1osDoiirlas IhLA looto ioeI plctd =ILW aDd bL OfOthT Vttond tl4ewUh 1kw itOh oitwer toto b u rood 01 ordJnat7 tco n513cO bonpan PatentMad tit lien leathers ndudln Corona KIT tColt aid National Kan C1rZyku sad AIvSi Zlk 51Vt- WL5n t8- ktv ak1 aa kU 2ae ezIr islgrree k TTI dootoU Richmond Ky Far Sale aWhitelSVbitRichmondIses tt Valuation Iccreastd LNWasfixetbyAssessment Tuesday at 12913451 vainAtion inStateFour Counties Passed On EqualizationThursday ment of property and lands in the Owslcyandsessor was accepted in tho three first named counties In Scott the assess went of farm land was raised 4 per cent 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 for a reasonable commission Call TrustCompnnC H CHENABU and L P EVASS apr16tf Real Estate leaders Examination The first examination of county school teachers was held at the Court SuptJMiss Florida Gibson being the examL ners Twentyfour teachers took tile examination The first examination for colored teachers will be held next Friday and Saturday Teeth extracted without paint 25 cents DR HOBSON Richmond Ky Fire At Brookstcrwa Squire Turpin of Brookstown had the misfortune to lose several hundred dollars worth of property by fire Sunday afternoon While the family were away from home a granary near his house caught and before assistance could be had three out houses were burned The houses contained n quail farmingimplements Ion the property fasMonable Dressmaking Ladies wishing a stylish costume for spring should call on Miss Emma Gol dan who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postoffice Miaj Golden is Irepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to the most elaborate tailormade suit Her work is sure to please and her teiius are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson building mch5 tf Recreation By the way what a beautiful and significant word i4 recreation It means to lay asido work and worry and to rest You will feet like a new woman and have time for recreation when you have a Gas stove which can be furnished by the Richmond Water Light Co at from 275 to 14 Call at new office OH East Main street for further particulars FIJUIXG For 25e per day one can spend a pleas ant and profitable day fishing on Lake Reba as there is an abundant supply of fish this season and the new boats on the lake are a great pleasure to those who enjoy a ride it the cool of the day- S L Midkil has one of the largest and most complete line of carriages buggies phaetons road wagons etc to be found in Central Kentucky Call and examine his stock and get prices may21 2t Largest Fish Ever Seen in Lexington The largest fish that has probably even been seen in Lexington was exhibited on Cheapsido yesterday by Robert Tillet of the Tated Creek neigh borhood in Madison county It was A sturgeon and weighed on the scales of Roger Harp ck Bro grocers eighty three pounds Tillet caught it on a trot lino and was busy frH over two hours trying to land it He also caught two other sturgeons weighing 52 and 17 pounds He sold them all to Roger Harp 4k Bro who cnt the largest one up into steaks and retailed it at 121 cents a pound Lexington Democrat A fast man is very slow when it conies to paying his debts The dividing line between smiles and tears is a very narrow one rUE WORLDS URGE5r Q 350 SHOE FA TORY Shoe Merchants Leaders in Style and Quality CALL AND SEB Tneirlew rinE trlea Y MAIN STREET RICE ARNOLD j 1 h r WJ Leeds guarantees all work done by him to be firstclass Gail and see his beautiful line of wall paper tf Notice to Contractors t Sealed proposal will be received by the undersigned until 12 oclock I noon May 24 1902 for the erection and completion of a store Lodge and Opera House building on Main street Richmond Ky for Madison Lodee No 14 L 0 O F as pej plans and specifications to be bun Jut the office of N Brurpin TIe right is reserved to nject any and all bids N B TURlJN- O C WJLcJ- I B llroUbvs mayl42t Committee Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of flee over Middletous drug store July 17Lf To Locate at Frankfort Dr C A Fish who has for a year occupied the position as Interne in the Louisville Citv Hospital has re turned to his home at Paint Lick After a months rest Dr Fish will go to Frankfurt where he will be associa ted with Dr H JR Keller in the practice of his profession Dr Fish is a Madison county boy and is one of whom we may well be proud on ac count of the succexs ho has attained both as a student and a practitioner From an OH Will Dr Elmer Northcutt brought to our office Wednesday a sample of flue black lubricating oil taken from a well on tbe farm of G W Clark on Hardwicks Creek in Powell county This well was drilled in 1SCI by James T Jones of this city and was abandoned The oil is the same as that found In the Ragland Bath county field and Is very heavy Dr Kbrthcutt has several leases in that section and will drill a well this week near the old well where the oil was foundMt Steiling Ga zette An Old WelL A company has been organized to will for oil at Cartersvilie Garrard county and will begin operation at once The machinery is on the ground and the derrick is being built The site chosen is near the old Sulphur well which is a well known resort of that section During thn oil boom of forty years ago the Copper Creek Oil Company drilled a well at that place At a depth of several hundred feet a strong flow of black sulphur water was struck and the well was abandonedThe promoters of the enterprise believe that the second attempt will be more successful At Dripping Springs Mr J II Kennedy him been engaged by the proprietor Sam J Rothwell to act as manager of the Dripping Springs Hotel during the coining season The Dripping Springs is one of the oldest most popular resorts in this section The hotel has recently been improved and furnished and will be ready for visitors by June Thu proprietor has been fortunate in securing the services of Mr Kennedy as he is well ac quaintedwith every body in tho sur rounding counties lIe invites all his Richmond and Madison enmity friends to visit him at what is conceded the molest place in Kentucky The sea son closes September 15 Assessment Reduced The Madison county authorities were notified some days ago that the assess ment had beet raised about ten percent which would make a considera ble increase in the taxes this year Knowing that there was an error some where Mr George D White chair man of the county Board of Equali zation Mr Thomas Derry representing tho Assessor Messrs W L Arnold and R IE Roberts representing the city went to Frankfort Thursday to meet the State Board of Equalization After an investigation it was found that there had been a mistake in the figures and the ten per cent raise was thrown off The thanks of the people are due Mr White and his associates for their prompt work as the change will menu a saving of about 1500 in taxes Big Land Deal dosed A special from Cincinnati tells of a deal just closed there for the purchase of 1000 acres of land in Knott and Breathitt counties at 12 per acre The Urgersyndicato of Detroit through its representatives exGovernor James W Bryan of Covington and Mr Neil of New York was the purchasers and the lireathitt Coal Iron and Timber Company through its directors among whom was Judge Matt Walton of this city was the seller The representa tives were in session about four hours and finally reached the agreement that the Urger syndicate is to purchase the property within 60 days at the price stipulated It is said that the new owners can template running a railroad from Jackson through the heart of their holdings and develop coal mines Teachers Elected The Board of Education held its Tog ular meeting lasi Tuesday night to elect teachers for the city schools far next year In the Caldwell High School Mrs Mary Belts declined to be come a candidate for re election and Miss Lena Slivers resigned on account of ill health The faculty elected is as follows Supt H H Brock Principal John NoT nd Misses Jeannie Poland Bessie Dudley Ruth Crowe Curraleen Smith Bessie Coyle Alma Scrivener Emma Duncan Lelia Harris Mrs David Chenault and Mrs Akors The new teachers are Mrs Chenault Miss Dun can and Miss Harris They are all ex perienced teachers having taught successfully in the county for several yeaiu It is with regret that the patrons of the school see Mrs Belts and Miss Stiv ers retire from the faculty Mrs Belts has held her position for six years and hiss given eminent satisfaction She will leave at the endof the term to make her home with her son in Clark county Miss Stivers has been con nected with the school lor the past five years and inlays the reputation of be Dig one of the finest teachers iu the county The Board granted her a leave several months ago in order thatI she might regain her strength and the earnest wish of her friends that she may be able to take her position again The new faculty of the colored school is as follows Supt J DM Russell Principal Emmet Embry Henry Lain Minnie Bennett Maggie Broaddus Bet tie Phelps Millie Embry Cordelia Duncan and Olevia Turner Owing to some disaffection on the part ot the patrons of the school the attendpnco during the year has nut been up to the average but it is thought that the new faculty will give satisfaction and that everything will run smoothly from now on Pension the silver linings of war elOHdi s To Lecture at KubTille Rev R E Moss formerly of Kirks ville but who now resides at Maysville will deliver a lecture at the College Hall in Klrksvilletomorrow Thurs day evening at 7 oclock All are cor dially invited A small admission will be charged Commencement Program The Commencement of Madison In stitute will take place next week be ginning with the baccalaureate sermon at the Christian church Sunday morn jnjr The order of the exercises as follows Siimlay May 25 11 a UK Annual sermon by Pitaldotit J W McGarvey of Lexington Monday 7i0 p in Childrcns enter tainment ill the Chapel Tupwlay 730 p mClass play and receptiofiWetlniisdjjy 730 p mPnpiis recita Thuisilay 10 a in Address at the Christian church by Rev B H Cross field Pli D of Owensboro Presentation of diplomas Dr Crop field It one of the most popular pulpit orators in tho State and ah who can should hinr him To Elect Headmaster Tho Executive Committee the Waiters Collegiate Institute met Monday evening to duvite plans for the exten sion of the work of the Institution Nothing definite was done at the meet ing in the way of recommending a Headmaster for thin coming year Sev eral propositions are now before the committee and all come from excellent men The Board desires to secure the bet mutt for the position and this can not be done without deliberation It is thought that the selection will be made before the end of the week The vear just closing has been a very suc cessful one and satisfactory to the Board well as the patrons of the school The attendance has been good ft is much better than was expected at first as the principal was not elected until about ten days before the school was to open The patrons are loud in their praises of Professors Edgar and Hunt for the work that has been done Fair Secretaries Association A number of the secretaries of fairs to be held in Central Kentucky this year met last Tuesday in Lexington and organized what is to be known as the Fair Secretary Association Mayor D R Tevis represented the Elks Fair Association of this city Mr W 0 Gaines of Georgetown was elected President find Frank P Kenney of Lexington Secretary The duet rea son for the organization is to arrange dates of fairs so that there will be no certain territory worked two weeks in succeslonOne things decided upon was the advertising of each others fairs in the catalogues and otherwise It is believed that by forming an annual circuit of fairs better attractions may be secured and a better arrangement cnn be made with concession men- The Kentucky Fair Circuit as ar ranged so far is as follows Richmond third week in July Geoigetown fourth week in July Hustonville fifth week in July Danville first week in August Lexington second week in August Maysville and Lawrcncoburg fourti week til August Bardstown and Glasgow first week in and Bowling Green second week in September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week in September It is believed that other fair associations will join the organization Among these are the fairs held at Winchester Springfield Horse Cave Alexander and Florencn The organization will meet from time to time as business will require All meetings will be at the calLof the president Another meeting is expect ed to be held in a week or so CINCINNATI MARKET April 20 1002 CATTLE The cattle market today opened up with good animation and steady tone and the most desirable fat grades of beef cattle sold promptly and up to right prices ruling late last week while the half fat and common grades went slow at 10 to The decline The early trade however was followed by a weakening trend because of con siderable larger receipts than most dealers figured on at the start and good cattle had to be sold lOc lower and the lesser grades as much as 15 to 23u lower No strictly prime heavy corn fed steer cattle offered and the best on sale were distillery fed weighing from 1250 pounds down wliicli sold from 025 to G 45 Slop red dairy cows made up a liberal share of the receipts and tile great bulk of them soul below 5 and the very best at 515 to 525 Milch cows declined sharply under heavy receipts and all kinds sold S3 to 5 per head lower Heavy steels choice 515 to 060 fair to good 525 to G oxen 2 65 to 540 butcher steers extra Sff10 to G25 gooU to chice 535 to 6 common to fair 375 to S5 25 i heifers extra to 6 15 good to choice 525 to 90 com mon to fair 175 to 515 cows extra 185 to 5 good to choice U to 475 fair to medium 250 to U canners 175 to 2 50 stockers and feeders f275 to 5 00 fat dairy cows S3 to 485 tops S5 to 32- 5BustsThe market steady with good demands and moderate receipts Thin and light 275 to 3 G5 bologna 375 to 450 fat bulls 400 to S5 25 CALVES Sfarket quiet and prices barely steady to a shade lower Receipts liberal Common and large 325toG25 fair to good light 625 to Si extra f725- HoosWhile the receipts of hogs to cay were small for the first day in the weekonly 14323 head nnd with good competition on shipping and local ac count the market opened up active and steady to stronger toned and the yards were cleaned at an early hour Shipping paid up to 780 for best heavy and fair light mixed packing and good fat butcher quality sold mostly from 7 to 725 the average being strong and 5c per 100 Ibs higher than on Saturday of last week Trade in light shipping hogs and pigs was fair and prices steady Selected heavy ship pers f780 good to choice packers and jutcners S715 to 725 mixed packers 090 to 710 common to choce heavy fat sows 525 to G 85 stags 425 to 575 light shippers 825 to SSO pigs 25 to 0 15- SHEEP and LAMBS The receipts of sheep and lambs were fair today and with a good general demand from Eastern shippers and local dealers the mar ket ruled active with prices strong fOI sheep and yeariDgswhile spring lamb sold strong to 23e higher than at thit close of last week as follows Sheep extra 5 good to choice S135 to 490 common to fair 275 to 400 Iambi ipxxlto choice 565 to 6 common ti fair 350 to 575 pris l fflbs U75 t C75 choice lo extra i7fc 7 25 PERSONAL lion R C Warren of Stanford was in the city Saturday Mr Clarence E Woods was in Frankfort last week Mrs E G Parrish and children spent Saturday in Lexington Mr Joe Bo gs was the guest of friends in Lancaster last week Miss Curraleen Smith spent several days in Winchester last week Dr W A Thomas hiss returned from a visit to friends In Louisville Mr R E Roberts was In Frankfoit on legal business last Thursday 7 Miss Emily Chenault is the guest of Miss Christine Bradley in Lancaster Mr H M Moflatt of Louisville spent Sunday with trieuds in this city Dr Parko Gardner of Irvine was tile guest of Mr A D Miller yesterday MrTnomas H Hamptoj of Win chester visited relatives hero this week Miss Berthenla McCord visited friends in Nicholasville several days last week Mr Koener the well known contractor Owensboro was in the city wee terday Miss Rosa May Moberley has return ed from a visit to Mrs p J Forrest in Lexington t Miss Van Greenleaf has returned from a visit to Mrs W S Montgomery in Lexington Messrs Clay Wagers and Emmett Million spent Sunday with friends in Nicholasvllje Miss Jennie Gully of Lancaster who baa been visiting relatives here has returned home Mr J T McClintock of New York arrived Monday to spend Eeveral days with his family Mr James T Barrett of Johns Hop kins University was the guest of Mr DavidDunn this week Judge C II Breck attended the funeralof Dr Lyman Beecher Todd in Lexh1AtonThnrsday- Mrs C J Myers and Mrs Joo Beard of Lexington were the guests of Mrs W E Myers last week Mr and Mrs J E SheLTer of Lexington were the guests of Mr and Mrs C R Boucher last week Mrs Leonard West and daughter of Irvine were guests last week of Mrs Claude Smith on Second street ExSheriff A M Scrivner of Estill county was the guest last week of lila daughter Mrs J W Wagers Rev Dr Donald McDonald of Danville was the guest of his daughter Mrs W A Eisenharr yesterday- Mr and Mrs S H Thorp spent sev eral days with Mr and Mrs H B Scrivener Paint Lick last week Mr and Mrs C W Cobb left Satur day morning for Pittsbnrg where they will make their home in the future Mrs E L Powell and Mrs Bettip Smeot of Louisville aro guests of Dr and Mrs C E Smoot on Broadway- Mr and Mrs Everett Witt were called to Shelbyville Wednesday by the death of Mrs Witts father Mr F J Finney Miss Sue Layton of Cincinnati will arrive Saturday to bo time guest of Miss Mary Ballard at Whites Station for several weeks Miss Esther Burnam of Frankfort and Dr Curtis F Burnam of BaIt more were the guests of Major and Mrs Curtis F Burnam last week Mis Frederick S Minier and little sonof Highland Kansas are visiting the family of Judge J M Benton Winchester Democrat Miss Florence Witherepoon teacher of English in the Girls High School will go to the Chicago University this summer to tako a course in advance- dEngliahLouisville Times Mrs Mary B Thompson of Rich mond who was tho guest of Miss Mary Nealo for a short visit left yesterday for Danville to visit relatives and friends Lexington Democrat MrxFrank P Kiser of this years graduating class of Central University has accepted lucrative position with Spears Co wholesale grain mer chants ot Paris He will take charge la a few days Danville Advocate Mrs Clark Kellogg and little daugh ter Marie Louise are expected here on Monday for a short visit to Mrs Kel logga mothor Mrs It C Morgan They are visiting in Cincinnati for the musical festival and will stop for a short stay before returning to their home in Richmond Lexington Dem ocrat Mss Minnie Dykes ouo of Prof Os car Ehrgotls most promising vocal pupils was at home Sunday from Cin cinnati Miss Dykes left Monday morning for Lexington where she takes the leading role in an opera to be given in that city The Herald of May 17 says Miss Dykes of Richmond Ky who is to take the leading rule in the opera which will he presented here by the Gleaners of Christ Church Cathedral will arrive Monday and will be the guest of Mrs William Oldham and Miss Suian Bronston Misi Thiel of Cincinnati and Mr Richard Vandevevr of Frankfort who will also take prominent parts will come Monday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs A C Gut zeit until after the opera The parts art being studied with much interest and the play promises to be one of the mot pleating amateur performances ever presented here MATRIMONIALJosoNWINgiauRobcrt and Miss Eliza Winkler both of Port wood this county Were married Saturday Mry17- ANDERSOXSSIITIrHulbert Anderson and Miss Francis Smith were married Thursday at the hom of tho brides father R B SmlthatPcreaM- AHOSELISLE Cole Slahone and Miss Lizzie Lisle boUt of this county went to Lexington Saturday where they were married The groom is a son of Win Mahone and the bride the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J liraxton Lisle Winchester Democrat The groom former resided in this city with his grandfather the late John G Cole SMITUKEKJE Mr It K Smith and Miss Patvo Chesterfield Keene were quietly married today at 12 oclock at the home of Rev J W IVIcGarvey tIc officiating minister The bride is a very handsome and lovable young lady of the county and the groom Is thE son ot Charles E Smith of North Broadway the well known Easteri Umber dealer The weddinf was a yery quiet cue and a surprise lc the friends of the young couple Thai left tor New York and other Easter I cities after a wedding luncheon at ttn o Phoenix Hotel Tlwrwillbeat Jiom In a8i ttwo weekiLexiUoa Lde u i TKEw NEW BLOE SUITS are of y in up to 16 2 up E to t 9 i I 2 31 4 1i 0 s FOR MEN AND BOYS L 4 S ii 0 SS SSSS S S SSS SS S S S fMZAl r a s e II 8 rrii4I 7 ir e S eSS eSsOS S SSSoOS ss SsSSS3S S 3I Patent for 50 05 75 and 85c Patent Two Strap Sandals for 65 and 85c Ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals USe Sl25 filn Ladies Patent Vici Manish newest 2l to 7 worth 2 our price Men Shoes Kid 4 styles 8250 our price 1 Infants lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue f iH h w We are large of SUITS at and 1000 that cannot iio Boys Knee Suits 93c to 600 Boys KneePants 10 to 98c 11011 8 to You to our to the Cash Trade Never Knew Painkiller to Fail before what cm the matter be Where U the tattle There I thought it U not terry Davis Painkiller at all bnt something the druggist must have made himself and I did not notice it I have used Painkiller for years for diarrhoea cramps and stomach aches and It never failed The proper age at which a girl should insrry fs the I Stood in the Draught with mv coat off and caught this wretch ed cold says the sufferer He need nut pay is heavy penalty if he follows his act of folly wiih an net of wi II M Soak toe feet in hot water with ti uw teaspoonsful of Perry Davis Painkiller in it Take a of Painkiller in hot sweetened water at bed time and bj thankful for so simple anti speedy a way to break up a cold There j is but OnO Painkiller Perry Is sai Jtobe in Italy Take cars of the stomach and the health will taku care of itself If people only tualized the soundness ot that statement the majority might live to a good old age like Moses the eye un llrarnijd the natural force unabated It is In the stomach that the blood Is wade It is train the stomach that is dispensed to nerve and mnscfo If the stomach is weak it cant clo its whole work fur each part of the body If it is diseased the di sease till taint the nonriidiment which and so epreai disease the body It naa time real izatioit importance of the stom ach as the center of health and the common source of disease which led Dr Pierce to prepare his Golden i Medical Discovery Diseases oriciu He in the stomach must be cured through the stomach The soundness of limit theory Is proved every day by cures of diseased organs heart liver l the use oftbeDis coverf solely and singly a tnedlino for the blood and organs of digestion und nutrition It is a tern per ri o medicine containing no alco Imol thieky or other intoxicant SccdiT EiCDTjlons ria L A ltO to Cincinnati and return fIiTav 25 and every second r Y y rates to alt I ever Sundiiy commencing May lte I further inlnrrmtatlon and titiie of call oa nearest tC n torit A Itraiml i rSi A Rchthond Ky C FOR SMALL BOYS now in high favor with mothers who love style for their little men Wetve a splendid col lection beautiful garments just in Yorksizes 3 to 8 years remarkably stylish andfineat 200 300 350 and HEHHHH + Extra Values Yoke and Double Breasted Suits Sizes yearsat125t 150 250 3and Great Assortment Choose From Shoes9iJrt Cjps9 ShfriLs9Ca1rs Ties Eefyiliing for tne iBoyat Prices That Urgently Invite Your Patronage COUINGTON BANKS HEADTOFOOT OUTFITTERS ELDERS BARGAINS IN I If S SSSSSSSSSSS I i4hsrfJtJI34hiII ieANDtii SLIPPERS J4i 1 gsiIKreiddrs Celebrated Slippers Children ImRothchilds Upper Sl50nnrl Children Leather Vamp Oxfords shapesSunrise Rothchilds Chrome branded S5O LZi iiI 111 Moccasins black 25cII CLOTHINGShowing line 800 beequaled I M Mattings 10 to25c Window Shades 65c I Iareinvited inspect MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Respectfully Submitted il DI Ir6T parsouajeI teaspoonful Davis Drunkenness diminishing nourishment throughout wInch ngsbloodby Sfendjy- thertjiflor loctlatftttom these from New up r I 4 Baby Gaps lOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 4LJ h E V ELDER TeI I jfIDr010rel1 J L WATSON 11i8 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky 1 Wash Goods SpecialsIJExtraordinary showing of handsome Wash Fabrics for Summer The newest ideas in styles are particularly well expressed in these special bargains now on sale Lawns extra fiDe shleer4ltalityat 10 cents Embroidered SwitlS just the thing for rich Susaimer Dresses at 35 cents French Dimities exception ajly pretty styles and colorings This material is very mnch In vogneand is the proper thine for hot weather Thousands ot yArds of Vhite Goods Persian Lawns Real French Mulls and Batiste Laces and Embroideries that will electrify every lover of Fine Dress acces sories 1 Printed Satin Liberties jtIJofall the beauties In Silk Fabrics none gained such favor for Airv Summer Gowns as have those handsome figured Liberties with their glowing delicate colors and dainty designs an elegant assortment at only 75 cents worth everywhere J 125fJt Dress Goods J islveReductions in many lines of New Spring Drew Materials Fine fi Etamine new colors at 75 cents Mistrals Veiling and TwinoSuitings J s 6 Black Goods jt fThis week we are offering moro of those Sterling values butmake this department so popular Stylish Seasonable Black Goods at theJowcst prices possible for worthy goodK SOc for a 44inch Gran jIto CIol hi worth 1 00 Ladies Suits and Skirts Our entiroLine has been Reduced to Manufacturers dost This ia bnnof the greatest chances to a FirstClass Suit BveCjoffered la this marketJA Draperies and Lace Curtains 1 Nottingham Lace Curtains 3 yards long at 00 Dainty SB ttI- II Curtains YonVill not make a mistake in looking at our prices c J Li WATSON 10 LEXINGTON SON UPPER KY a If you see it here its all right eomm e m 1 75cQtyHV c 1QS rom r See our handsome BELT BUCKLES from 35o ViCTOR BOGAERT4ANUPAC7JRING JEWELER AN3 MPORTER f 7 M4St LEXINGTON KY II va Ip lPw UIr I air PritsJoWstJoh r n r T A8 II LHOI 11 J ANIINIAN TER on eIt ichIine M mph toTexas Nhesc t at s ci er reach cIosegnr1cc Oh4hO i FTWOl r hILLbq 0 0 MHtVtPOOT t 1k oATEsYIUc A1OO uNS 6od borne lf crop3re MflITC handsome prosper tmj South freeuiotany IA with to beitetr bis r f R TPA CIHCINMTIOBIO L UBEAiaE P 4 T A ST id PG6 Reclining Cars n ALL IMPORTANT POINTSI ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS GHOGTAW FLYER 4 KemphU to little Rock 4 6 Hmffcli to Hot Sprlnft 6 MEMPHIS PSilinift Eat Slcepltf Cirs ind Fret RccUtltf Cus ca ill Tlllni- Eqalpment Unjirpuied Scpirb Service Tltltet tffct MaIn St JR4Kf OIUFnTHr P Teim zDLttcMAc715AChtttAnoOgTen A Atlanta OL OEO IL LEE P and T Kort Art Profit Sharing The Cincinnati EnquirerlOot coId- H 97OOO To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the Imputation voting power and government of the State of Ohio jc The Problem is What vtftlrbc the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State cftction to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total oOj 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for in exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided wcli estimate is made by a monthly subscnbr to the Daily Enquirer at time making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence roo for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of Soc for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules providedi to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Bex 716 Cincinnati O Lousvi11c Henderson ondSt LouisRailway Homeseekers Excursions AT LOW RATES4 TO THE WESTTickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points NOOOO X For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trev Peas Agent Gen Peas Agent LOUISVILLE ICY J = c= 4 7F 7F 71 I71 7 71 Special Sale on if KID r t- 5OLOVES J50 PAIR KID GLOVES Regular +L25QuaIity 1All colors andstzes and- you take choice for jf r5 C6 rieWe also call attention to our Net ffiover silkO to 25 C w T J This Week Only special Skirts made 7I c 7 Pilcher u Co7 W Main LEXINGTON KY J i ++++ C1LL AT + + + I 4JONES MERSHIfLSi- LQDJKL PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and mst refreshing of drinks that can found dispensedbydating clerks QeaBiae Ssratofa Water Kept on Tap fcSSSSSSSPSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND JTT MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BT USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Golds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medici o positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFeverPleursy WhoopingCough Prico 50s SI Trial Bottle Ties Soft Harness Ton can make your h- ans M soft u a roY I b7uatnene OH You can lengthen lu lifomakeR lut twice as lone a ordlnarilr wo- uldEUREKA Htnust Oil mAkraapoorlooklngbir erIprcUUr pnp mt to with uad the wtatber yuywheIn ifrfl tj STAMMW WL 08 SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 22634SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of J 70 in the 230 list 1st dam Rosmoct dam of 3 in the 230 list by Piedmont 217 2nd dam BtintHuI Bells dam of 10 in the 230 list by The Moor Srd dam MinnclW1idam of 8 in the list by Bold Chief 1230 dam Nellie day by C M Clay INFACT is a bay horse 153 hands high His owner Mr C W Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trotting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one hun dred and seventy in the 230 list snr passinir all other stallions and IHFACFS first three dams have twentyone hi the 230 list something that cannot be said of any other horse INFACT has style action size am breedingwhat else could the breeders bisbrecdlnJisa saddle horse man and want pome thing fine with lots of action INFACT possesses both Nearly all of the hich class high acting horses that sell for big prices in Madison Square Garden are trotting bred which is absolutellnecessary in order for action and speed fWill make the season of J902 at 25 to insure a living colt BRNealeSap2m 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 V Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Ghambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Gredecle Chines Wash r Silks iRibbbnsI Agents for Goftons eItbedShirts WnlfeANDGibsonRICHMOND 1 Obeyed Orders Gen Hughes who recently returned from the Philippines tells a story about an Irish volunteer private who was acting as guard over a captured Spanish storehouse ard had received orders to pass no one l ithout a special order from the Provost Marshal of Manila Gen Hughes was Provost Marshal at the time andwliente drew near the storehouse he foundhis stom ach very close to a triangu lar Springfield bayonet and heard in rich Milesian brogue Halt If yez come a step furdher Ill jam this inter yez Why not asked the Gen eralhNiver moind said the private I know me orders Tis a pass jez must have from the Provost Marshal Well I am the Provost Marshal said Qen Hughes Tis I that dont care if yez be the President Divil a foot yell sit inside here till yez show me yerDpass The general drew out a blankbook and scribbled a passSThe private surveyed it and passed Gen Hughes with the remarkWhy ycz do that without all this palaver From Painter to Preacher There arrived in this city yesterday in a neat twohorse covered wagon Sam Pursely and his family who were the way from Paducah ont Glasgow says the Bowling Green TimesJournal Mr Pursely formerly lived this city It was fifteen years ago and he was a painter by rade and then made no pre entions in a religious way but now he is devoting himself entirely to the service of his Master who he says has greatly blessed him since h- ivedl in Bowling Green He has no fixed home but- travels about over the country preaching the Gospel from his wagon and calling on the people to flee the wrath to come The wagon is covered with lettered quotations from the Bible and from the wagon he does his preaching his family assisting by singing sacred songs Unlike most traveling preachers he and his family are all nicelj and neatly dressed and have the air of welltodo people He takes up no collection a he travels through the country and his preachingis whol y a labor of love He will leave today for Glasgow which at one time was his home two dollars a veekand their washing but when they come out home in the brush they cut a spludge that is amusing extremely amusing to the country acquaintances The lads have forgotten how they used to cross the ol Public Square as the chiE pilot of the brindle cow ci how they brought up th weeks laying of eggs to trade for brown sugar and a stick of candy thrown in yfaceand stonebruise Just wait till warm weather and you will see a lot of these now worldfamous business men just drop in to kill a little time Its not more than one in halfadozen who turn darn phool this wayt but some of them do and when they come around be sure to take off your hat offer your chair and make muchado for they ai monied men having probably as much as five dollars and a return ticketEx 9 The crownin joy l1 is- mpther hood and the crowning joy of- mother hood is to havea healthychildren nut there can be no Lithealthhealth for the child toknowentirely within woman COntrolThe thousands of women who Prescriptionhave testified that tt made them healthy madethechildrenMrs W J Kidder of hilt Dale Farm Enos WnnrlngtiIstdreadfullylayandaulercd adviceaDdbottles of Doctor liercea Favorite rrecnItiia- nd also followed your Instructions I bga j becameexcellent llIutrndeaUconfinement and hare a healthy baby bey MedicalAdis gives away Send ar onecent stamps bOOkisT IH bow A in cloth Addrcw Dr 2 Y J c 1A TEXAS WONDER- HALLS GllilSCOYEllY Ont small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and in both men- da women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold byyour drug eisti will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle U two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr EIV Hall sole man ufacturer PO Box 629 St Louis Mo S g drugistsRichmond Ky KEAI ruts Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder HaW Great Discov i rv for kidney and bladder trouble I anulIlnjirfell btier tlmn I have in twenty years nSI I cheerfully recommend it to theti fully4ipcIhDDEE Tlio cold bad weather has played havoc with the lamb crop ff4fhia signature h on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQtiinine Tablets remedy that cures a cold in ine lay When ft fellow tells a girl he would die for her she naturally wants to know how much life insurance he carries Stops tho Cough and Works 02 the Cord Laxative Bromo Qiinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure nd pay Irice 25 cents Some people never marry because they have conscientious scruples ngainst divorce TO CTOE A COLD 1ST ONE DAY Take Laxative Brnino Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it l1atureis 9Tueble to kick if he gets a little dust in his eyes on a windy day Reveals a Great Secret It is often asked how such startling cures that puzzle the beat physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Disco very for Consumption Heres these cret It ciUs out the phlegm and germ infected mucus and lets oxygen enrich and vitalizecoughwornc It heals the inflamed fNewremedy for all Throatand Lungdiseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drug store 1m People ought to air their opinions to keep them from getting musty Tetter SatIUieum and Eczema Tho intense itching ahd smarting inci dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad aaesAhave been permanently cured by it is equally itching piles and nipplcsllland chronic sore eyes 25 cts per boxF Dr CtsiljH Condition Pomler are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and cormifuge They are not hal mcdicino and tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pric 25 ents per package Ridicule never kills unless the death is deserycd One Box Cures Eczema I had a very Severn case of eczema ansi tried several remedies given me by diflcrcnt druggists but they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eymann rec ommended your Reinicks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desense nOscar Schilliug Warsaw Illinois For sale by B L Middleton 5unoly Many an embalmed thought has beenjburied in the waste basket- Dont Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lin crering cough or cold We all know what a summer cold is Its the hardest kind to cure Often It hangs on through the entire season Take it ia hand right now A feW doses of 3OUrightcroup grip bronchitis nil throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once Children like it One Min medfGrovetown X II I never foil ml audSA broken promise can neverbe made as good as new Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Car bunclesCosts Noth ing to Try B 11 B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples ach- Ing bones or joints boils carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Bath taken internally cures the worst and most deep seated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply isCuie uniy cure i riijr viueu mr nit u awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore ansi gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds np the broken down body and makes the bloodred and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that doc springsfailB B B cures sample sent free and ColAtlanlllfree medical advice sent in sealed let ter 1m j Longlived Family Mr William H Brown of Hart county who is visiting hisnepheWj Rev J B Crouch at this place is a member of a family remarkable for their longevity There are seven brothers audsisters who have already passed the time allot ted to man on earth their combined ages being 562 years All are widows and widowers havingalready out lived husbands and wives many years M r 5 sprightlyforFalmouth he has had no little success in angling for the tinny triho of which sport he is vel fond He is an inter estinioM gentleman and thingsthat agoliegreatgrandfather Capt Jno Revolutionary FalmQuthPen41e I WOMARLlEF FAtlo pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wino of Cardul will quickly relievo those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and side aches caused by fallingof tho womb and Irregular menses WIor lUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the men strualorgans strong and healthy It Is the provision made by 1acture to give women relief from the terriblo aches and pains whichablight so many homes DISaideI tried a bottle of Wine of Cardul Bo relievedIwonderful medicine Mas M A Touurr- rOrsdY1esandilterimaddreLg1vInr TneClatWooia111C11dneeo esf BUSINESStw PROPOSITION I JL JthatsbuysA barrel of on for 5 and sells t forjin thats Business A man digs a well 90 feet deep for rOthafs La bor Edison takes a cylinder andimakes It talk thats I Marconi takes an Instrument with out wires and makes it talk 10nilltathxtB Brains lhe DrnirfrUt 1I 5takes Uarifoam the Shampoo Tonic Dandruff Cure sells it to the 1Inlt it will atop the hair from fat out and remove dandruff thats a Oodsend J Price 25c Per Bottled fForSale BytJE CManufactured GUILDS DRUG CO New York City Lexington Ky Oti c For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of time following judgments J 5 W Webber Beckley Ky J138 M George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell DIxon Ky Z3 00 N 0 Brandon Co Dexter Ky 315 20 J K Young Son Glasgow Ky 44 10 Wra Kuepilen Milton Ky 28 N Phipps Alt Sterling Ky 6 2- 5erdinand Schuble Louisville Bxibt W Owens Louisvil e 14 W B J Durrett Preston tit road Jefferson connty Ky S 60 A Austin Rockport Ky 136 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7my6t lem Low Rates Queen and- Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW fMf Southern Baptist Convention Asheville N C May 15 Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 18 Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cat June 1014 Knights of Pythias San Francisco Cal August 1112 1 + Finest train service in time world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasion Qneecccservice apr23 tf Of Vital Interest WE 1Iand more modern business house to take the plsce of the one recently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison nud adjoining coon 1IfKhestCASUWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of 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nAHnPSlroCureCIrcularIrl Notice to Creditors All persona haYing claims against Cyrus Douglas and Douglas Bros must file same at once with O B Dongliis or be barred All persons Indebted to Douglas Bros will please call at once and sc tle These accounts have bUD placed in the bands of Attorney T Collins for collection and all parties owing aid firm are requested to call and seltfe and save further expense rr- 7mT4t CHAS E DOUGLAS H UREY D G Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mange Enema Distemper and Fits and all the ills doj flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons Flea and Shampoo Soapi- s the only dog soap on time market guaranteed to kill fleas For sale ty PERRY THOMAS mazl6tf KO tlDI Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat thedigestants neverfansthe food you want Tbe most sensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ItFirstCures all stomach troubles ICAlOThoFor sale by Penn A Tliorana J o e TH- ELexingtonC Democrat jeis THE ONLY DAIL- 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in an intel Ic9tual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is7 What wlllrbc the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 siz000will be prescnted to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional an exact correct estimate is made making a total of ijJ24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for inexact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided suclnestimats is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at timebf making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of Soc for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided l Send for circulars blahks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Brx7i6 Cincinnati O ZL Louisville Henderson nndt Louis Railway Homeseekers Excursions AT LOW RATES TO THE WESTTic- kets on Ssxlc First a n d Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 r Also tow Colonist One Wy Rates to the Northwest and California Points For Further Information Addross GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tre v Pass Atfcnt Con Puss Agent LOUISVILLE ICY lli yy iF7I F7Ff41 f5 Special Sale on r KID2C GLOVESfJV ffi 150 PAIR KID GLOVES p Regular +er t t25Quality and sizesTand ictake choice for fC 75pThis iWe also call special attention to our Net Skirts a- niadeoversiIkiOto25 m5tt TPj1cherCo7 W Main LEXINGTON KY 1 s ++ + CALL AT + ++ ONES JBBRSHM SlLoollP1JflLOBWHEM Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the ctyare dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks OcBBlae SaratofB Water Kept ea Tap v tsssssssssssssssssssssssT Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BT USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOIt Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFeverPleurlsy WhoopingCough Price 50c 8 SI Trial Bottle Tree Harness Soft S Toaenm ke jooriar nOM as soft M a glove and as tough u Ire by I using EUREKA liarnamm Oil You can leDgthen lea IIrmlclut twice u long M It ordinarily wo- uldEUREKA Harness Oil tukn a poor looking taz BtM lUte nw Made of pun bMY7 bodied oil e pedjjlr prepared to with MaD4 the weather eold myywhrr- to caxiaeli sIaee Xttt bj STAflMM ML CS SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 226 34 SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of 170 in the 230 list 1st dam Rostmont dam of 3 in the 230 list by Piedmont 217 2nd dam Btanttfcl fells dam of 10 in the 230 list by The Moor 3rd dam Hhmehijuu dam of 8 in the 230 list by Bold Chief 4th dam Nellie Clay by C M Clay INFACT is a bay horsei 153 hands high His owner Mr C W Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trotting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one hundred anti seventy in the 230 lint sur passing all other stallions and INFACTS first three dams hnve twentyone jn the 230 list something that cannot be said of any other horse INFACT has style action size and breeding what else could the breeders want if you want speed his breeding is sutficiut to warrant that If you are it saddle horse man and want some tiling 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 Will make the season of 1902 at 25 to insure a living colt B H Neale Slap2m For Spring 1902ce White Cotton v Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novelty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings v Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crete de Chines t Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Clebtted Shirts r1 WfilteANDGlbsuol RICHMOND KY i Obeyed Orders Gen Hughes who recently returned from the Philippines tells a story about an Irish volunteer private who was acting as guard over a cap tured Spanish storehouse ard had received orders to pass no one ithout a special order from the Provost Marshal of Manila Gen Hughes was Provost Marshal at the time and when he drew near the storehouse he foundliis stom ach very close to a triangu lar Springfield bayonet and heard in rich Milesian brogue Halt If yez come a step furdher Ill jam this inter yez Why not asked the Gen eral Niver moind said the private I know me ordersI Tis a pass yez from the Provost Marshal Well I am the Provost Marshal said Qen Hughes Tis I that dont care if yez be the President Divil a foot yell sit inside here till yez show me yerDpass The general drew out a blankbook and scribbled a passtsurveyed it and passed Gen Hughes with the remarkWhy yez do that without all this palaver From Painter to Preacher There arrived in this city yesterday in a neat twohorse covered wagon Sam Pursely and his family who were on the way from Paducah to Glasgow says the Bowling Green TimesJournal Mr Pursely formerly lived in this city It was fifteen years ago and he was a painter by rade and then made no pre ventions in a religious way but now he is devoting him self entirely to the service of his Master who he says has greatly blessed him since h- ivedl in Bowling Green He has no fixed home but travels about over the coun try preaching the Gospel from his wagon and calling on the people to flee the wrath to come The wagon is covered with lettered quotations from the Bible and from the wagon he does his preaching his family assisting by sing ing sacred songs Unlike most traveling preachers he and his family are all nicel and neatly dressed and have the air of welltodo people He takes up no collection as he travels through the country and his preachingis wholly a labor of love He will leave today for Glasgow which at one time was his home two dollars a veekand their washing but when they come out home in the Jusn they cut a spludge that is amusing extremely amusing to the country acquaintances The lads have forgotten how they used to cross the old Public Square as the chief pilot of the brindle cow or how they brought up the weeks laying of eggs to trade for brown sugar and a stick of candy thrown in They have forgotten the dirty face running nose one gallus and stonebruise Just wait till warm weather and you will see a lot of these now worldfamous business men just drop in to kill a little time Its not more than one in halfadozen who turn darn phool this way but some of them do and when they come around be sure to take off your hat offer your chair and make muchado for they are monied men having probably as much as five dollars and a return ticketEx = The crowning JOY 01 is mother hood and theCIOvning of- motber hood is to have healthclIuuren lSut Were can be no joy in motherhood without health and without btl10health toknowis iiLgeneral within woman- control The thousands of women who Prescription bealthyandpainiesand rpastdreaaCully1ofnethlngtwelvebottlesand also followed your Instructions I gan ulIrxallentlive on a rood Wed farm I walked aiuLfods easycon6ncmclt SenseMedicalAdvbera is given away Send ai onecent stamps kiapapcrcevrOIh9lw it cloth M4rc Pti rlts 4 lIIIISCIIVEltYIOne small bottle of Halls Great Dis bladdcrIthe kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troublw i drugist11 One small bottle in two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Hex 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimoll als Sold Lv all drug dists and Owen McKee Merchant HichmondK rEAi TInS Ricliinon1 Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDeier Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I njitfeel butter tlmn I have in twenty years an i cheerfully recmnmond it to the l 1cppectfiilly4ilpc ISiDDEC The cold bad weather has played havoc with tlio lamb crop 87f4rhU signature i on every box of the genuine Laxative BrcmOQiiinine Tablets tbo romedy that Clings a cold in ewe day When a fellow tells a girl he would die for her she naturally wants to know how much life Insurance lie carries Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tie Cord Laxative Bromo QLinlne Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure n pay lrice 25 cents Some people never marry because have conscientious scruples against divorceIfTO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DA7 f Cailsis on each box 25 cents The man who wants the earth is lir ble to kick it he gets a little dust in his eyeaonawiiidydsyReveals Secret His often naked how such startling cures that puzzle the bnst physicians 1verycrt It cuts out the phlegm and germ infected mucus and lets the lifo giving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed coughworn throat and lungs Hard colds and stub born coughs soon yield to Dr Kings New Discovery the most infallible remedy torah Throat and Lung dIseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drug store 1m People ought to air their opinions to keep them from getting musty Tetter SatIllicum and Eczema The intense itching aiid smarting inci dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and i favorite remedy for soro nipples happed hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr C stljH Condition Ponders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonio blood purifier and cermifnge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pric 25 ents per package Ridicule never kills unless the death is deserved One Box Cures Eczema I unit a very severe cast of eczema and triedseveral remedies given me by different druggists but they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eymann rec ommended your Ecmlcks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOecar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by n L Middleton 5IuQel y Many an embalmed thought has been buried in the waste basket Dont Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lin gering cough or cold We all know what a summer coM is Its the hardest kind to cure Often it hangs on through the entire season Take ofOneright Sure cure for cough colds croup grip bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once Children like it One Minute Cough Cure is the best cough ned icine I AVer used says J II Bowles Grovetown N 1L I never found anything else that acted so safely and lm A broken promise can neverbe made as good as new Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Car bunclesCosts Noth ing to Try B B B Botanic Blood Balm is now curforscales watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boils carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most deep seated cases by enriching purifying mId vitalizing the blood ytothe only cure to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heals ofhealththebloodadvised for chronic old cases that doc springsfailB B B cures sample eent free anti prepaid by writing Blood Balm Atllllllll Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed let ter 1m Longlived Family Mr William H Brown of visitinghisnephew at this place is a member of a family remarkable for their longevity There are seven brothers audSisters who have alJottedcombined ages being 562 years All are widows and outlivedMBrown r inFalmoutli thefint1is very fund He is an inter maltalksentcllaininglyof ne d nearly three anoliJnoHftionary war and lived to be FalmouthPel1dJebi c t r JWOMlNSRELIEF A really healthy woman has lit Itb15a1n or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wino of Cardu will quickly relievo thoso smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head backand side aches caused by fallingof the womb and Irregular menses WI fEOICA DUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the men strual organs strong and healthcIt is tho provision made by Nature to give women relief fromrthe terriblo aches and pains which blight so many homes igcISildoI tried a bottle of Wino olCantut Do relievedIfecl1twonderful medicine Mas M A Yorar- FoadvleeandiWTtureatdreesITinr TileChat 8eoBUSINESS PROPOSITION checkJ tttIthatbay a barrel of Oil for 5 and sells it j for Jin thats Business A man digs a well 80 feet deep for ROthafa La bor Edison takes a and L mates it talk thats Ingenuity Marconi takes an instrument with out wires and makes it talk 1500 DrueginttI and Dandruff Care sells it to the- nubIle it will stop the hair from far Ing ont and remove dandrnff 11 a aJd25c Per Bottle 1ForSaleBy WINESc tl 6 For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments A J W Webber Berkley Ey 28 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Ky 2300 N O Brandon Co Dexter Ky 335 20 J K Young tSon Glasgow Ky 41 10 Wm Knepzlen Milton Ky 28 41 I N Fhlpps Alt Sterling Ky 66 J8 Ferdinand Schuble Louisville 04 Kobt W Owen Louisvil e H n J Durrett Preston at road Jefferson county Ky 560 A Austin Uockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency W WASHINGTON D C 7rnyGt lem Low Rates Queen and- Crescent Route- S SHOWN BELOW HSVATr Southern Baptist Convention Asheville N C May 15 Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 18 Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 1014 Knights of Pythias San Francisco Cal August 1112 +Finest train service in the world Low rate tickets stood on all limited trains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets rend via Qneen Crescent Route and thereby get Rood service apr23 tf Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one re cently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison and adjoining coon hilgitesCASHWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a producethat we propose to lead in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Depot2Pjnnly RICHMOND KY West ILOWEST EFFECT RATES All Important Points In CaliforniaWashington UtahOregon WyomingMontana and all other Western States via CHDOne way tickets sold daily until April 30 via All REGULAR ROUTES Ipoints18 April land 15 i Apply to railway agents or address- D G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati Ohio f ii lounille lluUc nilroit DAILY E r SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or 6OSambyvUteand = For Irvine 1115tamFor Millers Creek j TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lqtlngton alld 1151 am Cincinnati i 82pmF- rom Irvine 220 Pm Prom Millers Creek 830 am- C M BK3WNINO Qen Mgr =DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Bac ache oCKltneysCUREBladder Dont become discouraged There Is nreloryou If necessary write lr 1cnner 110 has spent II lire limo curln just SuCh cases as yours Alt consultations free Ml had sevocucnsootkidnoy disease and- heunintism discoursing matter Suffered intinso pain My wife was seriously affected with female troubles Dr Fenners Kidney and Jiackarhe Cure cured both FMWUEiLEKKandolphIa PLjc tI Ask forCook Book Free T ITIIQnlrJPFsroCuroclreuIarnr Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against Cjrns Douglas and Douglas Bros must file same at once with C E Don las or be barred All persons indebtel to Douglas Bros will please call at once and fettle These accounts have been placed in the hands of Attorney T II Collins for collection and all parties owing said firm are requested to call seal seltfe and save further ezpens6 7my4t C1IA8 E DOUGLAS UREY D oa Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mange Eczema Distemper And Fits and all the ills dog flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons Flea and Shampoo Soap is the only dog soap on the market guaranteed to kill fluas For sale by PERRY THOMAS mu2Gtf n KOdOI Dyspepsia Cure Digests whzit you eat thedlgestmts neverfailsthe food you want The most sensitive manythousandscured after every thicg else failed Is unequalled the stomach Child ItFIrstCures all stomach troubles hleIQrhoFor sale by Perry tThomas tJ TH- ELexingtont Democrat vj8S THE ONL DAILY- Democratict Paper t PUBLISHED IN THE fBIue Grass RegionJ + 4+ + 4 4+4+ toVic party and g IfS sit the news without fear br laver Snisaiption Price 500 a Year 15 Cents a Week bj Carrier f J JIeIEDlTOR AND HIOR J c Lexington Kentucky rPJan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the mO attractive excursion rates to Colorado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Mnniton as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago ROOij nil snthmor at other periods oitlyinc fare plus 200 ronnl trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to Jine SthJAugtst 2d to 8th Round irip good jays variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri JIlter 4500 onlytI00laud first class good ill chair cars seals free standaicisleepers or JChroufeh Tourist Sleoppj Excn1lioll8 Chief Coast route tlio iurlincton to Denrer through Senic djjjorado Salt 1fIcoolest and countryfrtiuelltperiods Apply to uearcst Ticke j Agent or5 trite us of our proposed t Jp leather t YAlioW1iy6u J Inil for our handsome olprado or lircewLiCincinsatlC m01 LEVEY GeMeralM ger- S1Levisr7 f j I I WAKtLLT eItPIIr9ewtr 4J s fl of Come in And Examine This Range j Ii HIIG- ALUM ALL Ptlt RlSeRVOIR I We we show i manyothers factthatrange Ui Tfyg Majestic Is made of Malleable Iron andwont warp or break like a cast stove Come and see for yourselfi Cultivators At the right prices A few Tongue Cul tivators at J6 Others from 15 Screen Doors at Your Own Price Tin work and repair work promptly done by an experiencedworkman Arbuckle Simmons Majestic Headquarters lCerQXeIeTex Iue Sockw 5 can You e up It is time you were thinking about your g 59t 3lYtlye and therefore it is time to think of us You cannot be too particular about your want a large and varied stock to select from You want with 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 before placingyourorder I 0 W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND alj3lljr KENTUCKY Save Money SUPlliefromcrease We prove to each patron that tlu v no only get the BEST GOODS 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