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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lJf HE RICHMOND tLIMAf i 2OLTJME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 1902 NUMBER 4 Dont solve money soon be called service as SpHnp is here Why not buy a new out make the water more iuvit Inr lien there is your Id Freezer It Worn out Get an O K Frcrxer anti you will It never regret the nd but not least Ii ili ut for rctthatwe sell I iio lest Stoves on earth O K Jewell Stoves and RangesEj The Wonderful North Star Refrigerator The Best Made be handicapped bills when will icoquestion awl will you ater Coolers Will into clean and sparkling sppnLClast iVe Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They lire the best on earth S SIIACKELFORD CON Main Street It RICHMOND KY ihe Racket Store have received and opened up our stock of goods bv jJjI IdjoininglISh Uf goods at prices heretofore unheard of in Cen ru Knliifky and especially Madison county Below i k1Jd a few of our many bargains n ii Vi hlK 5 to I5tj- e rar JO to MHlKuit t Its EUII lioiineis 20 v ii Misses Hosiery O to 25c tliirts inul jtiinpors- t t ti iv i J5 IP 05 wish rtI ps 012 21 28e- tiLali s 10 to 24o tn s iiality lie pirjd r id ihair Fcms 0 S 10a Ci iiincrs 5 S lOc each I J by i ico a North Star V the save for w of in rnl F Matcliis and tacks Ic pur 1ms 2Baity hats inul fii PC 20 to 25c- iinps 15 to 33 complete Lamp burners t to cKnives and fiitks per set JOc to SI 2 S nml 4 quHrt bueketB 1i6 and lOt Towels 5 to tOo Fly paper a double sheets fie 2 spools thread 5c Itichut lirnin OO- cJlntiiliuts 10 to lic Fisli hooks Oc per 100 HWE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets 1 nil and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware isiiing Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which xip forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket i 10 a tall examine our stock of goods and get prices we o sure to add you to our list of customers We shall at all hi s endeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you jvo us a call and examine our goods before purchasing is where UIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery tAIN STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on IWE splendid assortment of ourI +++ + + + + ++ ++t+ + + + 44 + + j FURNITURE I + 1 + ++ 44 + + + + ++4++++++ +++++++ + ++ which is moreextensive now than ever Every line is criMiing with Holiday selections To prnpprlv celebrate tho season YOU will probably desire some new picie We have new Chairs Tabl Buffet China CabiimtRbfdeBoards everything suitable for the Dining both Iron Bedsfull stock has just reached us Library nnd Center Tablne in variety and beautiful worliiinnshil Ladies Desks best bargains ever offered flocIcsnny style you uri wiIi Couches v ely latcet deHigia See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpers Matting uid Rugs ++ +++++ t+ +++++++ ++ I JO S JOPLIN I 1 220222 W Main Street rH+ i I VEvas Jr ndertaking a S 1 IfuOaJil1rand Diivclnr J L Rr Blantofrq DEALER IN Coal Feeaalt Sand L1n11r iii Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Mairt awl B Streetsaigr 1101 8- 5L o KENTUCKY FLASHES ESCAPE TAXATION Banks Get Full Rebate This Year and Pay OneFourth Next Frankfort Ky Juno 10Under an act ot the general assembly which becomes effective June 18 all state banks organized prior to 1893 will es cape taxation this year cutting the general revenue fund of the state about 80000 Next year the banks pay only about onefourth of the taxes assessed against them reducing the 1903 revenue fund by 60000 The act provides for refunding to these banks money which they paid for taxes from 1893 to 1896 In excess ot regular tax rate amounting to 140000 State Au theion tax and they will thus escape paying any money Into the treasury for nearly two years HUNTING A MURDERER A Lynching Party Is Endeavoring to Locate John Laffoon Valley View Ky June 10Tho fiendlike deed of John Laffoon who Sunday brutally murdered hIs wife Is the sole topic of conversation here Groups of men with determination de picted on their faces can be seen in whispered consultations Laffoon escaped and Is being hunted with blood hounds It Is said that he is hiding In a largo cave a few miles below here In the river cliffs If Is he Is lound it Is almost certain that a lynching will resultIKy Juno 10 Joseph Snyder of Chicago who was serving a sentence of five years In the state penitentiary for picking the pockets of Judge James D White of tho court of appeals Is dead and his body has been sent there for burial Snyder robbed Judge White on tho day ol Gov Taylors inauguration In Decem1 her 1899 He Is said to have ruined his health by eating soap to reduce his strength and excite sympathy from prison officials Pretty Girl Suicides Hopklnsville Ky June 10MIss Maud Harby aged 17 the prettiest girl in Consolation near West Chris tian committed suicide by swallowing two ounces of carbolic acid while her family was at church No cause is known She left a note for a young man to whom she was engaged simply stating she was sorry she could never see him In life again Employment For a Thousand Men Mayklng Ky June 10Tho Detroit Hoop Co has bought property at the head of IrJIan creek a finely section across the line In timberedI has begun the erection of Ings for Its employes The plant will go Into operation about July 1 About one thousand hands will bo given em ployment The concern expects to use all the timber for miles around Working on a Gold Mine Ellzabethtown Ky June 10Some Louisville men are at work on what they claim is a gold mine at tne mouth of Mill creek near Salt river In this county They have a number of hands engaged in the work and are mum on what they are doing The mine has been opened on the farm of Mr Gus Meyera Quarantine Postponed quarlantlneaccount of the smallpox and suspend furItherby the KentucKY state board of health The matter will likely be dropped en tirely A New Oil Company Uarboursvllle Ky Juno 10The Patterson OH Co has been organized at Wllltamsburg The capitalization of the company Is 12000 It has 300 acres of land In this county 200 of which are on Rlchland and 100 on Stinking creek Activo operations will begin at once Stoned a Dying Man Petersburg Ky June 10Whlle Ir wIn Pease an aged veteran of the late war lay dying unknown persons at tempted to kill him by throwing two big boulders through a window narrowly missing the watcher beside hIs bed Took One and Now Takes Five Louisville Ky June 10 William Johnson colored who made tho plea that he broke Into Cross umbrella store because bo saw a sign Take One on some umbrellas In the win dow was Monday sentenced to five years In the penitentiary Left For New York Lexington Ky Juno 10August Bclmont Jft Monday night for New York accompanied by N H Smith president of the Louisville Nash ville He said that his meeting Smith had no connection with L N affairs and that his visit here wqs simply to Inspect his farm and horses A vegetable liquid for governing or equalizing the flow womens menses occur once in every lunar month BRADFIELDSFemale is the essential quality of powerful herbs It ia concentrated essence for womensdelicatc organism and put in such form that it is always properly assimilated and taken into the system Stoppages suppression painful orother irregularity menses are and cured by the regular use of this superior cmmeaagogue Menstruation or periodic flows neces skate a breaking down lining the mucous membrane and a reconstruction after eyeosicknesswhish is secompa IIl and loss of Wood Such changes are very opt to pro duce chronic catarrh LeuCorrliea or Whites is the result of theseirritating discharges Regulst those troubles t5d7estoes to perfect IU1t11 thCpatlCflt who suffered the losses Buy of druggists ioQpebotte out illustrated baeit mailed free Perfect Itomtb fwW M TtJa MUAFKUI REVUTM W MMfc Si- J IS A GOOD CUSTOMER Canada Continues to Increase Par chases from United States ThU In In Spite of the Pact That Spc clnl Tariff Rates Are Kxiended to Dominion by QrentIIlrltiUn Canada continues to increase her purchases from the United States de spite the tariff advantages accorded Great Britain in the fiscal system of that country During the nine months of the present fiscal year for which details are available British North Amer lea showed a larger increase in itsi pur chases from the United States than any other political division of Amer ica as compared with those of this cor responding periods of 1900 and 1901 Our total exports to Uritish North America increased from 09703395 in the nine months of 1100 and 7784138 in the same period of 1901toSO9J9004 in the corresponding months ol the current year To Mexico the increase during the same period compared with that of last year wasbut 2000000 and to the West Indies 1000000 while the Central American States showed a dej crease of about 300000 and SouthI America about 4000000 in t chases from the United States purI the nine months of the present year as compared with the same purled of the preceding year The continued growth in our com merce with Canada is the most remark able when it is remembered that ever since April 1897 the United Kingdom has enjoyed tariff advantages in the Canadian market the discriminttiou in her favor having ranged from 12 C per cent in that year to 33 13 per Bent from and after July 1 1900 Yet the exports from the United States to BritIisli North America have year by year and our total exports to that market in the nine months under review are 11235409 or 10 per cent in excess of those for the same period of 1900 and 31048Gfi or four per cent in excess of those of the corresponding months of last year A comparison of our exports to Can ada in the first nine months of the present fiscal year with those of tho corresponding months immediately preceding the reduction in the Cana dian tariff in favor of Great Britain shows that our exports to Canada meantime have increased about 71 per cent being for the earlier period 46 752958 antI for the nine months end lag with March 1902 80999004 The following table shows the prin cipal exports from the United Status to British North America during the nine months ending with March 1S97 and 1902 respectively manufactured ar ticles being grouped separately Nine months ending Munch ISOManufacturedAgricultural Implements H3405 J2075C09 Books maps etc 4T035S 98195 Carriages and cars 80065 915513 CopperIngots 316S3 rjK43S Cotton cloth Z4s97t9 SSfiSS 16Hl2CelesBuilders hardware 377549 Z31C5 i710Othermachlneryr Other Articles Cattle CSGJ1 EHSCS Sheep GUOfi 357- 82Hors1lnotlOtatd 97741 140800heatWheat flour 416519 6S361 641377CottonFruits and nuts 66GSS4 13151- Furs and fur skins 196EU OrTt Cotton teed oil 47069 nitsBeef suited or pickled 20W95 NO978 GnrellHamsPork 476613 flutter 194220 Seeds 44986 1334S5 Tobacco 1034G13- 93807 Tobacco manufactures 42741 Timber 4G5243 Lumber MS1SI 1TO199 Total exports Includin- gartIclesnoteeumeratel In the above list J67o395S ISOK0001 MILLIONS IN A SATCHEL Ilorr n Ilnnk Cunhler of JTeir York City TrnnHferred tIe Funds 01 the Initltutlon When Alfred II Curtis the cashIer of the National Bank of North America left his office in New York the other morning he carried with him a large satchel vjiich probably contained more hard cash than any other satchel of a similar kind over held There was considerably more than 4000000 in the bag in billof all denominations and other currency of the realm This rich load was safely carried to the new temporary headquarters of the bank which aft er Saturday will be located at 35 William street Yes said Mr Curtis I succeed ed in moving the capital the surplus and profits of the National Bank of North America They all fitted in this bag and I found they were quite portable valuable as they were One frequently hears of 5000000 and 10000000 checks in Wall street but instances of satchels holding the capital the surplus and profits of a big bank are still considered rare CIiIcaKOa Xnturnl Advantage Chicago has 2823 miles of unpaved streets Why not use them for pas ture remarks the New York Hail and Express and the Chicago Trib une adds that Chicago has plenty of pasture land besides Dont belittle our natural advantages What Cnrneple Calls Work Carnegie has been telling people over in London that it is hard work to give money away says the Chicago ItecordJIerald Still we could men tion several professions that are harder AIfon o Opportunity The king of Spain says the Chicago RecordHerald will now show maW a thing or two about running a govern meat Cures Blood and Skin Diseas es Itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ox pense A personal trial of blood bjihn is better than a thousand printed tea tiruonials so dont hesitate to writi for a free sample If you from ulcers cczqnia scrolulH Blood poison lancer eal sores Itching skin pimples boils Ijbne pains swellings rheumatism catijirh or any blood or skin disease wo lad vise you totake llotnnic Blood Iilnt H IJ B Eerfecally recommadeJ- lor old obstinate deepseated casibol malignant blood or skin diseases be Cl16e Botanic mood nail 01 Irln kills the poison in the blood cjires where all else fails heals every t ore wakes the blood pure and g yea ho skin the rich glow olihenlthI U H IL the most perfect blood pur Her made Thoroughly leeteil for 80 art Costs SI per drng res To proye It cures saiiipla of Blood dm aunt free by writing Blood Balm 3o Atlanta Gn Daserile trouble and rca medical advica sent in sealed letter fir This is an honest offirmediclne Sent nt once prepHid tin A man Is wisaonly when lie it usg good ute of his IcnowleJge jj WILL PLEAD INSANITY Trial ofJ W Wright For Alleged Murder of Thos Butler Begun inriB Ky June 12 Wednesday In Bouroon circuit court the trial of J W Wright for the alleged murder of Thos Butler in this city last January was egan The whole of Tuesday was consumed in procuring a jury and over one hundred tallsmen were ex amined The case has attracted con slderable attention owing to the alleged facts that the killing was done without cause Wright is the owner of a fine blue grass farm and belongs to a prominent old family of this county and Butler Is also a young man and a farmer Tho commonwealth Wednesday introduced all the witnesses to tho tragedy and rested their case Tho testimony was strong against Wright The defense will make the plea of In sanity and have over one hundred wit nesses Commonwealth Attorney Franklin Is assisted by Hon Chas Bronston of Lexington and the defense Is represented by Col W C P Brccklnrldgc of Lexington and At torneys Dickinson and Fisher of this city EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGED Louis Wolfes Arrested at Lexington Played tha Races Lexington Ky June 12Louls Wolfes local manager for Brooks Mead 8 Co of Charleston W Va was arrested hero Wednesday on the charge of embezzlement A D Mead of the firm says Wolfes confessed em bezzllng about 200 to play the races also admitted burning 170 contracts and forging an Adams express receipt for a package of money not sent to the firm Mead claims to have this con fession In an affidavit Wolfes has a family and lives here Ho refused to bo interviewed AShuAD WILKES STOCK FARM Sold to S S Brown Pittsburg Million alre For 85305 Lexington Ky June l2S S Brown the Plttsburg millionaire Wed nesday closed a deal for tho old Ash land WilKes stock farm owned by F P Drake paying 853i 5 cash for 807 acres It adjoins Harkness Walnut Hall and Is within a short distance of Hagglns Elmendorf Youngs Mc Grathiana and Keenes Castleton studs It will be used as a thoroughbred breeding farm Within the last fort night Brown has bought 28000 worth of colts In this vicinity Two Killed In a Fight London Ky June 12A report reached this place Wednesday evening from Clay county of a fight in which two men were killed A party com posed of tho Bishops and Gabbards are said to have been drinking together when a dispute arose About a dozen- men are said to have been engaged One man was killed on each sldo before ammunition was exhausted New Trial Granted- Frankfort Ky June 12Tho court of appeals granted a new trial to Eo P Ashcraft of Estill county who was convicted of the murder of Luther Brown The new trial is given because Incompetent testimony was ad mitted Ashcrafts brother who was Jointly indicted with him was ac quitted Mrs Margaret Gill Dead Lancaster Ky June 12 Mp Mar dIedItuberculosis She was president of yearsIsonI1e Needed a Nurse Louisville Ky June 12Henry countyIa license to marry Miss Sarah Shirley aged 28 Giles said Well you see Im so old I need a nurse so T decided to get married Capt Lambdln Dead Paducah Ky Juno 12Capt W F Lambdin one of tho best known river men on tho Ohio anu Mississippi riv ers died at his home here early Wed nesday morning from Jaundice and dropsy Drank Carbolic Acid Cvington Ky Juno 12 Unwilling to bear longer pains in his head Joseph Heinomann aged 45 carpenter 67 East Sixteenth street this city end ed his life by drinking carbolic acid early Wednesday New Oil Company Frankfort Ky Juno 12Tho Pit County Oil Co ot Louisville with 125000 capital stock filed articles ot Incorporation with tho secretary of state Wednesday W W and J R Watts are the chief incorporators Kentucky Inventor Dead Louisville Ky June 12Isaac Kling known throughout the country as an Inventor of an automatic car coupler which is now in use on both freight and passenger cars died at his home In this city Wednesday Both Legs Cut Off Owcnsboro Ky Juno l2Tho 8 yearold son of Charles Flanagan of this county got in front of his fathers mowing machine Wednesday and both his legs were cut off Berry For Governor Carrollton Ky June 12It Is rumored that Col A S Berry will enter tho race for governor CoL Berry Is hero but has made no format an nouncement Natal was annexed by tho British 53 years ago j J l Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance in medicine ill given by druggist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced in curable cancer Then believed his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters and applied Ruckleus Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When ElHCtric Bitters are used to qx pel bilious kidney and microbe poisons nt the iaiiie time this salve exerts its matchless eealing power blood dfeeas Os skin ernptions ulcers and sores vanish Bitters GOc Salve 25c at Perry tThomass drOll store 1m Big feet seem ever so much worse when they are cold Happy Time in Old Town Wo felt very hnipy writes JR 2V Bevill Old Town Va w hen Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured our daugh ter of a bad ease of ecald head1t It delights all Who use It fur CutfVCorns burns bruises Boils Ulcers eruption lfnlllbltt for piles Nnly 25cat Terry ft Thomwift drugstore 1m l1hlaetlIIwhubIIQks aultelJ lJIc 0s tiwOnly 50 Cents to make your baby strongand well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion- will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cent a day think ofit Its as nice as cream Send for a free sample and try it SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and ux all druggists ft=Dropped Out A special from Birmingham AIaj Kay 29th says The members of the local post Grand Army of the Republic dropped out of the parade in honor of Gen Fitzhugh Lee today because a Confederate flag was being carried by one of the colorbearers There were probably thirtyfive vet erans of the North in the pa rude ard these left the ranks in a body They give as their reason that the ritual of the G A K states that no representative of the G A R shallmarch in a procession or parade in which there is a Confederate flag unfurled W L Leeds guarantees all work done by Mm to ho firstclass Call anti see lila beautiful line of wall paper If Ready to Yield I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for piles and found it ncertain cure says S U Mertdith Willow Grove Del Opei aliens umifcebSHry to cure piles They always yield to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Cures skin di senses all kinds of wounds Accept no counterfeits 1in Lite is full of trials but the lawjrorl confronts them all with the smile of a hero For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach h Liver Tablets They clcauen the btomacli nnd regulate the liver and bowels effecting a quick and permanent lure For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m No matter how many of the old poets yU may name there is always Mooie Leads Them All One Minute Cough Curo boats all other medicines I evor tried for coughs cobb croup and throat and lung trou bles says D Scott Currin of Logan ton Pa One Minute Cou h CUrt is the only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts immediately Mothers everywhere testify to the good it has done their little ones Croup is so eud len in its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late It yields nt one to One Minute Cough Cure Pleasant to take Children like it Sure cure for grip bronchitis coughs 1tn The rooster is never a lieu but at night the lien is a rooster Spring Fever Spring fever is another name for biliousness It is more serious than most people think Atorpid liver and lane tive bowels mean n poisoned syatmn If neglected serious illness may follow such symptoms Ue Witts Little Ell- Risers remove all danger by stimula ting the liver opening the bowels and cleansing the system of impurities Sara pills Never gripe I have taken DeWitts Little Early Risers for tor pid liver every spring for years writes ItM Everly Moundsville W Va anythiDJIOnly a Ulan who knows he is in the wrong can afford to lose his temper Saved From An Awful Fate Everybody said I had consumption writes Mrs A M Shields Chambers burg PnhI was low after six months of revere sickness routed by Hay Fever and Asthma that few thought I could get well hut I learned of the marvelous merit of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption used it and was completely cured For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in tho world mid is infallible for Coughs colds nnd bronchial affections Guaranteed bottles flOe and 100 Trial bottles free at Par ry Thomass drug store lui Demagogues govern some commnni ties and ilein Johns rute others It takes more than a dentist to hill the nerve of some people THE SURGEONS KNIFE Mrs Eckis Stevenson of Salt Lake City Tells Row Opera tions For Ovarian Troubles May Bo Avoided BEAU MRS PINKHAM suffered with inflammation of the ovaries and womb forover sixyearsendurin ach ea nnd ains which none can dream bat those who have had the same exe 4IaLWJJES ECKI3 STETEtSCW rience Hundreds of Hollars wfintto ne doctor anclthe arnggist I was singly walking medicine chest andaphs teal wreck My sisterresiding inOcu- vrole me that ihe had been eurcdjoi womb trouble usIng Plnkhams yegetabte Co jjj and advised mo to try itIthen discontinued all other mediclul and gave your Vegetable Compound fa thorough trial four wesn- early all pain had left me i 1111IY had headaches and my nerves wer1a a much better condition and cured in three jaontbsrand tmsaToldjJd ia terrible surgical Eczia 1StzEx6oX 250 i3o ta l Salt Lake lItaheOOOefIV oM tfttlmtnltl I not gtnalia Remember every woman cordially invitedtfli write to Pinkham it ther is ftn7tht1E about ber ymptoi M she ndratnd NXL P I1axpaJifMI-I DONT BUY A BUGGY Nora Depot Wagons nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE TRffAxxcka jma e 3oAtro= OUR ADVANCE SALE tOF It SPRINfi AND SUMMER FABRICS has been so enormous that we cleinod up nearly all of our early purchase and buythespring business New Silk Lenas Ventor Noveltiesluleia Stripes Gazo Do Same Columbia MaiiseIalnovelties Silk qualYtieViuPiqnerimust complete and uptodate these goods ever ononeil in this city ttOur Wash Silks Taffeta Silks Silk Waistings Pordesoire Silks Pordesayne Silks and new weaves in favor this season are the talk of the town Ask to see them fI favor liws De I Ask to see our Goods whether you want 10 buy new styles it is a pleasure fursalespeople to show goods OUt Dom toutr you ca Iiiuluuu Henrl Cotton PercalcsGin nnlhinJ want in domestiC almayyou ate and atare tobInd elsewhere Get our LOW CASH lliICESon II than they SHOES SHOESHeres where we set competition n pace that caat ie of theone most dlete of all our stocks Anything yott want iu Shoes Men com Childrons and Babiesall Jet fitter up hero in the most II08htble footwpJIt at cml quality Shoes AskNEW SPECIALS iii Dont behind suit to seeour hug buy old the oo flitugs Y7k9n if Conies fn Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Oil everythins to be had in oar to gway back and sildowa Get ur pncw and see our All our competitors nave You Need an Suit II your son needs a Tuft if you need a part of a suit you Our all fresh and new ohlshopworJl in OurpricesTn have got it Mr ment have been cut to the quick and handsome new this low prices Dontfail tosee therngetposted in prices belaggiven out attroiiieiIduu1y partweutllURMAF We arc showing everything now in small wares ie vests new CollarsShirta Jlnndkerchieft new Gloves neIY always lower than tlllowlwr the Se18 1ntilltlour prices are Our new style Hats in Felt nd raw are 1 CalIand see them If you want anything Groat or Small but always of can find it for the least price at BUSY BEE Thanking for past w D Gl COPRoFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBNKfATIiAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office R the Burnnm Building next door to armers National Bank IcMly JA SIILLrV ATTORXEVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main 5treett J 0 D M OHl NAUL1tATTORNEYS AT RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Then nIts grocery W K LETCHER JLttomeyatZaiv RICHMOND KENTUCKY BSTOllico over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATJORNEYS ANDIRICHMOND KENTUCKY Oflicc In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug stoie IIYsI IA1 S DKS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KKNTUCKV OmcetnlheioeCclioabuiidrngiS and M Sec end Street over Nluoe a j II C JASPER ill D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Buildint Main Street Telephoae at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICu1MODKENTUcKY W EVANS M 1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KKXTUCKY DSNTAL StTE03BT DT a j onso DS3TlST or lx DtsviiXB KY MOfflc next door to Government Bonding SonmSnd Ky Office bonra9 to 1J1 to 4 noTl7ly j Harry M Blanton DENTIST asOlflce Ih DcnneltiJulldlng IjanlyTILEPIiONE 196 DR TANDMAN Hotel Glyndon r AVeJnesday June 1ll0- 2ELY2EL 1 rSLYaCLO OstcopatMcPhyttoansStef Litcttnt fuf rllh ijt ptltstbos- ONSULTAYOION aE- Ora4ates ostbern Lehoot of OsthopMhn c if +++ I T tlllTailixigtSiciliann6on are to be found in our Dress Goods Dress lower price they Shoes If Pants you s1 + lOtS inado Jichniond tho best mat ket on Hides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shops and Hoots Zinc and d other Junk stock there is on earth When other people ran pay sood prices Thurnian ran pay hotter prices always the hip est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market i We will buy thorn all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES tof fo tt Thurman Grocery Co ljantf BroseeaeseesDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in It Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O everuraIls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE of all kinds We can save you money Remember we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Re- pstHURSTPHONE 17 BRO FOR Photographs Of the Highest Order Visit the Sprier M Bate Oar work nastakf FIHt Prize 4tdin rcul Strte Conventions apr23l5mo rRJSPENGLER ra ii = Lexington Ky t 0 Subscribe for tt Jl I rAnlv S ThelichmQIdClim3 rf Only J 00 a Year fj L w I 7 a C I LL iRTtR M C N D t 1 he Richmond Climax I J C OUENAULThhPre lden A D MILLERm Manager KOUTSOKOWK Editor WEDNESDAY JUNK IS 1002 rip klJ4K IjI BVKKV WKDNKKDAY HT Phs Climax Printing Co fltUpflrlItMI ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS ve rc oatb wlzrd to announce lION a O OUBKUT as candidate lor re election to + Uongres from this the llisbth Oongret ional liri2 subject to the action of tbe Demo crtir plrty We are requested to aunwince ROY e Will IE an a caid ate for Circuit Court Clerl kuijcft to the action of tbe Democratic party f Ve are Authorized to announce PAN H ItllHCK s a eaildate fpr Clerk uf the Madi 6 m Circuit Cmrt tu eject to the action of the iluiocratic pan f hereby an ounce myself an a candidate t e noiniiintiou lr Clrrk f t ilaili on rir ritt Couit cu jCt the action Ut the Deno fatic urtv 40 iig thti inv many frleiiil ii t 111 will tivoiiiy cimMdcr any laimp at Iit hac to tho ininativn Mid if nom i iaie I prOUiC to iir all honorable means to vm my ele itn and if rlcclart to endeavor m I have in li wittl to taith wily dischftrgc my tiutitn Vr TiauUig the people for Itand futiin uv rs IRsweffuII b II THORPE Irin Ibrirlto artoUKOe ROUGE D Ill K s a cmnddjir fr Clrrtc of the Manl t nuii Gown bjoet ur theieLioli of the nii Titii party IJ A NEW LXV Aa ALt i Frarifc fIN aad Regulate Public Avctii- Jt Iftfl h i ii nrti A ly of the CommllllIk fiKIMlMdr JI aheUOlifC- ti tirvi b L w lobe IOsII a II i w Mi 11 May kind uf lllOptI v lien e Jd under estcutkni jnlgmin or decree shaH lltiletN othrrwigi a ii 4i toy ale prtutr to bfldI c e1 Latinii jafigment or decree lio adver tised in some newspaper published in in coantv ill dudi eair it any new IH nr be therein 1iiIii lied HI mH onn- t vek fol Iliiio cert t vekt II o t preceding the ttiiy of sIe 1ro nlti TiiHt in oouutiee whete thero it LiY ii swni itr lullioila ur In sou mi ercuIuIini iiublitfiitioiiof eucii no ofiKile fur iir K ciMiswutive layt x preceding tins tiny of wile shall In r Hiieiit The Mil vert iikmieut saJ ii tlit tiiup Jl ce and terms oI snlt il iiliiil give a iebcrittiun uf tlu Mrty tube bwkl IruviJiKl Thai uewswi r hcrtilPtllllmL Itereii ivuletl fur iI1I not be necubean u are tin pprdibcd value of thu prop ty to Bohl is lbg umii one Iiundiet i ill UK lo M HircerUiiiiiJ by appniis cut in each ete as now provided l iw J Thai lioiiever tiny suit or actio- court invtvlviiiK the tuttlpiiiunt o ii eiUle vvliHiuver b inferred 10 an i iiiiuiasiouer or 4litr officer to receivi d icK rt claims ur for any other pur it shall IM the duty oi SUCh C0- Uititer or other olllcur to ndvertisi IIi flu plucc rind piirjMoe uf his fit in the 8anM inaiiu r as providm I nlvfrii iu Mile of property bv cue ti lit err Tliat for all uewnpnK advertis ii ivquiml by liiiMtt or by otlio law hit pitblih r shall he entitled ti rricive is full cMni oiMiuiuii for Piicl HIIV T jiK nt the rate of llfty conti lneMr iiKili single column solid i chl Ioillt umaturt fur twuii ilisortiou 11 iu ail advertisements in jiutli- ciaIitugt the cost ndvertisemeni Ii iI taxt l as Co sl by the clerk oi I Otin IVorided Tint the rattsot a trIIit iu daily iiewspapurs ehali tXlolle 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To Be Seen at the ElkstFair and Carnival JULY 1419 OSTEOPATHY The Better Way To HaIU Oatoopathy euros by aiding ii to liannoiiioiw HcJion It riehts liti8 mechanic illy wmiiu mid eHeo lib lire free lo act Alt the functions of tht- bGY depend at bottom upon nlonlnte treodoui of blood cirunlation ni l lit e action The nerves and blooIvw l are found to suitor niechaiiicid olmt ie liou lit the spine aud in many jKuttof the body through contractions of nuia cbs and of other soft tixsu f sliiiit displacement of bony part liK iiniis or ttiiulong etc so that blood v esssI- rd compressed foil pressure 11111 tierves perverts their action For tsj ample there is upon record the curt of noted case of insanity by the n pliic iiiK of a cerviial vertibra a small bieI- n the neck which had become elerdlig m and was interfering with the itrtii ialloii to the brain The cause of a vast number nf dis oases is found ill minute slip if the small bone composing thto11 column from which the fine iisniv pass to every Part of the Icjdy und von trol their action aunt condition of leallh Osteopathy makes a si ml sctrch fur all those causes of disease not re garded by the medical practitoncr ft makes a thorough examination ol the body to determine what is wrong Ihe fact that it dues euro by ri htinv hut is mechanically wrong proves tint correctness of its method Itidiculons tales are some times told by prejudiced persons of exposure oi Iho body violence in treatment dan ger to the patient iidtceiuy etc which are entirely without foundation There is no iudeiicacy about exan i nitioii i r treatment What is done in no way exceeds propriety any 11100 thuti 10 lit actioni of a physician ill niakiLj a thorough exauiination This treatment is not tn1IiiII tappinu or rubbithI proper osteopalhic atljustInont liheratioulblootl painful The frequency of the treatment depends upon the needs of tin individual case It is determined by th careful judgment of the practition er just as a doctor of medicine repti late his Iosjge by the needs of the pttieut Try it anti see Oteormthy has i remarkable record in the cure of tbotio andb of cases whlh had been ngarder as incurable Hopeless cases of yenr standing oven in aged people hue been ctintd Many of theee rases had been under the care of eminent special bets anti had sought relief by treatment in foreign landn in vain finallj to yield to Osteopathy This scienct treats nil diseases acute and chronic It curls any curable disease ami maui heretofore regarded as incurable touch as exophthalmic oitro paralysis Hg tans locomotor ataxia etc It benefitb many it docs nut cute I lutlre jiernianent because nncd by natural means and because the body is set right The clfects are not trait sient Thu Patient hoes not loch he ter only while under treatment he is cured to utay cured No nor is it like Faith cure Chris tian Science Sweedieh moveiix uts or Nofaithno iiumbtiKuery is practiced resultsAsworld them will be n demand for re IaticutdoCl1l1ut rCIIlmmemlntionbo orthodox but its results tell Rend It in His Newspaper George Sciniilt a well known German citizen of New Lebanon Ohio is Volkszeitnngaimijto nihertise only the best in its columns and when lie caw Chamber lains Pain Balm advertised theinin Inbuyingfor eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief He says After tlnrsI11Yb rn anew1 nnd before using the en Unhearablesho could afain take up her household iankfulandtlOpt8wonderful recovery Thjg toctopr Spring Medicine There is no other season when good medicine is so much needod as in tho SpringThe blood is impure ircak and impoverished a condition indicated by pimples and other eruptions on tho faco and body by deficient vitality loss of appetite lack of strength and want of animation Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Make tho blood pure vigorous and rich create appetite give vitality strength and animation nulL cure all eruptions Have the whole family begin to take them today Hoods Sarsaparilla has been used la our family for some time and always with good results Last spring I was all rundown and got a bottle of It and as usuil received great benefit Miss BECLJUX DOTCE Stowe Vt Hoods Sarsaparilla promises ta curo and keeps tho promise If your watches clocks or in fact uything in this line needs repairing take them to E Lane ills woik IP the bestapr30 If 9Sc Skirts 50 white pique skirt made with flounce and deep hem at DScIduck skirt worth 75c for 59c 25c Skirtsloo crash skirts worth oOc each for 25c each 1275 Pique Skirls This skirt is rnaih with double flounce and one row of inserting or single flouiiee mill two rows inserting they are worth 3 50 each nut go at 275 1S9 choice line of polka dot duck singleflounceat SID The entire stock of woolen skirts are being sold at loss than cost Full line lawns ouch white goods 5Uc yard up T J TlICllUK CO 7 WlIain Street Lexington Ky Madison County Sunday School GonrenUon Richmond Kentucky Monday and Tuesday June 2324 1902 Jfotlday night First Presbyterian church 715 Song and devnlollalserlce 815 Enthusiasm in the Sunday school Ittv G A Jirgets 8 35Mimic 840 Some Facts nnd Figures Itev B B Neal Tuetdiiy mornitOn grounds of Walters Collegiate Institute 930Song serviceItiehimondchoirs 1000Welcomo addressDr V H Hobson and Rev H G Turner 1010 Response Prof L V Podge 1015 Reports of county and district iflicers 1035 Keeping young men and wow in in the Sunday school Rev P C Ev ersolo 1050 The modern altitude toward children Mis K H Yocum 11 10Snndiy school week I5ev IL B NnlH Appointment of committees 12 Intermission and basket dinner AKTBBNOON SESSION 130 Song and praise servic- e145Round Table The work of county and district officers 215Tue teacher before his class Prof L W McGarvey 230State wprk offering Rev K B Nenl25OEqulpment for service Rev WH Dodge 3j0 Usfrig our opportunities Ilev Wll Ryals 330 Keports of committees and bus iness speeches400Singing Binds 1KNKDlCTIOX- I5e prompt bring lm Kefr come with your but singers prepare special songs haV nolifp President K Ie therage Secretary Happy Time in Old Town We felt very happy writes R N RucklensArnica Itdllieruptionsinfzdhilie t IhiomasR grog store Itn The softto char i babys BIEl MMifhuna t And Carnival Association JULY 1419 HOUSE INNOVATION Lower Branch of Congress to Try a Voting Machine Iti Ve Will Greatly Facilitate the Bnilnen of the Bedr The Mem here Touch tbe Hutton and Electricity Doea Ret It is proposed to install an electrical voting machine in the house of repro sentatives by the aid of which the roll could be called or registered within five minutes while now it requires 45 minute The adoption of the echeme would rob the filibuster of all his ter rors and would enable members en gaged in committee work to lave their rooms register their votes and return in five minutes instead of wait Ing for their names to be reached In the regular order Speaker Henderson has received from Architect Woods a report in which the latter describes an electrical device which it is believed will meet alt the requirements It consists of a transmitter on the members desk which is connected electrically with a single printing receiver for printing in three columns alphabetical lists of names of members votingnyetno and present nnd three totalizers arranged so as to be readily observed by the members for giving the totals of the three classes of votes Each transmitter comprises a small ornamental casing about four inches square with a Yale lock in its frnt face also two pushbuttons one marked present and the other mistake and an opening above the lock disclosing the letters KWhen a member desires to rote he inserts tbe key into the lock and turns it to the right if he wishes to vote in the affirmative or to the left if in tIle negative This movement draws the letters 0 K from the openIng abovt the lock and brings to view the words aye or no111 the case may be After recording his vote by the elec trical device the member then with draws the key and the vote is ready to be counted If before the vote is counted and printed a member desires to change his vote he merely presses the mistake button and the ma chine returns to its normal position after which the correct vote can be registered In order to vote Present the key is inserted in the lock and turned to the right or left and the Present button is pressed A correction ofthis vote ran also be made by pressing the Mistake button The transmitter is of the simplest possible construction the internal ordInaryYalecarried by its barrel and a release magnet for permitting the parts to re turn to their normal position when the vote is received The printing receiver forcolJectingthedesk and for printing them in three alphabetical lists ready for the Con gressional Record comprises a stencil carrying triplicate alphabetical list o all the names of the members Iii member votes In the affirmative his name Is printed from the first list if listInf three lists ready for the Hecord The totalizer Is no more than a large fare register except that the figures magilanternseen from nil parts of the house and tobespeed After the totalizers have been operated to give the total votes cast they can be restored to zero from the desk of the operator ready for the next vote- WOMAN TO EXPLORE AFRICA Mr Emma S Coblrlich CJnhwoninn Will Penetrate the Wild Janglrm Alone Mrs Emma Shaw Cobleigh a club woman of Boston who has attained some fame as a writer will start atone on an exploring tour into the wilds of central Africa She wjll take two large trunks containing a ward pongeeFrombaza and inland by thelately com VictoriaNyanzaby caravan to the interior Mrs Cobleigh has been to tho theRltional Geographical society Nathan Hale Schoolhoniv theflaughters cooperationnt1l inh1cbtaught after being graduated from Yale The Echoolhouse was in danger of being torn down and the Lncretia Shaw chapter of New London started a subscription list which It headed with 300 The house was removed to a she at the entrance of The ancient est burying gru d JMt year and the TariousIa pository for colonial and revolution ary relics and the lower will be used LucretiaSinew Poor Show for Officeholder Cuba has less than 1000000 in its treasury and the Chicago RecordHer goIngsional officeholders Population of India The final census returns show that the populatipn of India is 294266701 100 Feward stoo The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that is at least hasbeenCureIsbeinJraconstitutional treatment Halls Ca actingdirectlysurfaces pf the thereby de stroying tho foundation of tho disease bYbuildlTheproprietorscurative powers that they ofter one itfailsaittlg COToledo75cHaUs the beet 1m Ninety percent of the 128000000 people of tile Russian empire are fUn ers More thau 80 yri praetkat ex pR Ifill tH paint bfl Ia- NlWl4yor ea Ii work bqi4 1j MIiot ol J I j ELUDES GOOD FORTUNE Delegate Smith of Arlionn Una Many Harrowing Experience in fut MUalns Wealth Probably no member of congress was ever more madly pursued by fortune than Delegate Smith of Arizona who has successfully eluded H up to the present time He has had numberless opportunities of getting rich but missed each one by a mere hairs breadth Even now good fortune awaits him if only a missing paper would turn up This is 200 shares of the Btvck of the Great Verde ccpper mine controlled by Senator Clarke and upon which Delegate Smith loaned a hardup shareholder a few years ago Smith tells the story and it is yen fled by Senator Clark Five or six years before the Verde mine was de veloped the holder of the 200 shares got hard up and tried to sell them to some friend for almost anything he could get At last Delegate Smith took pity on him and loaned him 100 on the 200 shares and filed the stock away with a lot of old papers He thought no more of the matter until the value of the mine became known Then he tried to find the owner of the stock but the most diligent efforts failedThe United Verde company adver tised for the 200 shares repeatedly but neither Smith nor anyone else has ever bean able to find the certificates Senator Clark has offered 1530 a share for all the Verde stock that can be bought and Jof Delegate Smith could find his 200 shares now lit would within a few hours be the better oil by 300000 Senator Clark it occasion ally inclined to twit Mr Smith upon what he Is missing in the world and Smith is in hopes it may some day turn up again WARMER ATMOSPHERE Parisian Aeronaut IMtroreri Atmo pherlc CoiHllllono Above 10000 Meter Manic Teteserrence de D Burt of Paris has submitted the results obtained from the ascents of 25S balloons when altitudes of 11000 meters or more were attained to this International Aeronautical commission The employedInence of a warmer atmosphere above 10000 meters having well defined boundaries Privy Councillor Ass Mann of Berlin has confirmed this statement made by M De Bort The former sent up rubber balloons to an altitude of 19500 meters which trav ersed a warmer atmospheric belt between the heights of 11000 and 13000 meters Count Palazzo of Rome of the Italian division of the commission an nounced that Italy will join in the commissions investigation of atmospheric conditions and said that the Italian government is erecting an observatory for this purpose on top of Monte Rosa in the Pencino Alps altitude 15215 feet Count Palazzo also said that this observatory will be used for experiments in the matter of curing tuberculosis by high altitudes AFTER NEW AUTO RECORDS W K Vanderbilt Jr Order a Spe- cIally Built MnchlxeiVllhont Ilegard lo Coat W K Vanderbilt Jr is now recog nized in France as the equal of the best French automobile cracks publishblograpbs waysHepetroleum machines but the Ser palette vehicle retains the best record for speed which fact Mr Vanderbilt says galls him night and day os he favors petroleum fuel There fore he has just ordered a new ma chine to be specially built regardless of expense embodying several of his own improvements With the new automobile he intends to smash all records from one to ten kilometers Everybody regrets that tint break ing of a driving sprocket threw Van derbilt out of the two days race or ganized by the minister of agricul ture to demonstrate the superiority of alcohol as a fuel because his run ning in the first few hours indicated that he was the moat likely to win Another American automobilist making his mark here is David Wolfe Bishop a New York millionaire TWO LIVES FOR EVERY TON Workmen In Amazon Country Exposed to Fearful Peril In Talc Jag Out fobe Rubber William Pago Bryan United States minister to Brazil has repotted to the department of state thai while rubber is abundant In the upper Am azon country with great chances of ample return for its exploitation the climirte nnd topography of this re JmperilUfefor those unaccustomed to mInter rupted equatorial heat The mortal ity is conservatively reckoned at two lives for each ton of rubber cx poted Morcnn Always Ready to Kelp If King Alfonso of Spain Is as saYstheof New York will be glad to give him a lift when he begins the work of rebuilding his kingdom An Epidemic- It is not much of an old volcano says agitatedings from the center of the volcanic activity CarrilUteWorksbefore making a l urchase He will save you money may21 2t Life is full of trials but the lawyer confronts them all with tho smile of a hero whooplugChamberlainsCou2h hiwfrom iiFairton Hagan hl1 Tim spent in bemoaning the Wjlare of yesterday will not insure the stfcesb of tomorrow Notice io Creditors JBalesbylU IVHi Of Ifae will be bwfed TW fUY1Oaj Iai 7i Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Junction City Ky TO THOSE 4 wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence trot We arc pleased it is on sale at tostatttltatIplaces iu l ArbucUle Simmons Searcv Hamilton Jo C a Powell J W Master J V Whitlotk John Stspp Burton Huberts J W Tester J W IrewlU LA VVearren f O Sic Whsrier Bickner K Early JTCoy cbmond Waco Red Honte Valley View Until ton Paint flares Klrs file Half Rates to- Colorado Utahand the Black Hills And return via Big 4 Rout ON SALE Tune 22 23 and 14 and July J to J3 J902 inc Hound trip tirkets to Denver Colo GletiwoorSpringt IlctSpringsHilt Four points east of but not in eluding Terre Haute Veedersbnrj anil St Anne at the rate of one fare for round trip Final Return Limit October 3 J J902 For full iii format ion and partIcular as to rates route tickets limits etc call on Agents llij Four Houto or address he undersigned Warren Lynch W Deppe QenPTA AsstGITACincinnati Ohio Estill Springs 4 + t CfI Q Cf 7 fafaJ ICfLu It Lick- Uallacttou J P White Sulphur and Chalybeate ot awa5l tta RSt Open June 1st+ + + + Jj October 1 st On the Louisville At lantic K It and the Ken tucky Uivrr In the midst of Mountains and Roman tic Scenery The White Sulphur is a specific lion skin noel kidney trouble the Chulybeate nalur tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house For further particulars address W R Thomas Manager IRVINE KENTUCKY LADIESsho- uld call for and see the new striped PAPERS being received at Willgings lhey are all the new line Silks Satins and Damask finishes They are elegant but Will ging has made the prices so Very Cheap that cheapOther everythingfromS3upWe to be the cheapest and best in this State ofPaintsposes We give you the best for the least money Try us Our Window Shade Depart ment is complete shades to fit windows Yours for businessI Iktlillgy 209 W Main Wall Paper Window Shades PicturoFr1tte i t Jrfc II Q Embroideries j 1 For 1902 1 We are showing the greatest assort ment of Embroideries in nil its branches that we have attempted heretofore All the patterns are new for this year and represent n Felec tioii that will meet overy want of the trade An idea of the magnitude this line can be found from the lact that wo carry in stock over aOO pat tern of Cambrics Swiss anti Nain ctok Embroideries ac Deafm Ta The best German Torchon Lace on the market warranted full ILynrdn 3 iches wide at oc a holt wider German Torchon Lice warranted lull 12 yards nt lOc Staple German Crochet Lace heavy thread in a wearlnsdnrablea yard We are also nhowini an ab solute new and uptodate Inchclass landFrollohproduct of the most famous lace looms of the world very elaborate lurji rear nnd lloril designs with raiser outlines Very handsome effects jail in and see our line Ucspectfiilly yours A OWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHINGo I lli Z Z I VIe are Badly Overstocked Clothing Regardless D OO 5 ner ksManufacturers Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheap Prices tJ 3 to 8 tI- 1e Mens Suits at S4tlth Mens Best at S41HJ Mens Suits at SHun This is about the cost of the 500 Mens Linen Suts coat and vest 12 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS READ THIS jJYS Suits Boys Sl1Jli1f Good allwool three piece suits years Allwool Allwool Flannels Allwool 1496 svWe can j rWe togeterarelOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY HZI1 P4fc lJ o 5j New hoods are arriving dallv at our vast Emporium antI ofSpringGinghams Embroideries Etc UtlequaleelisCoronationHrailreadvmade Skirt Department In this hue we can please the most fastidious selectfrumand JF prices you are sure lQ buy A completestock of KfewMattfiig onsalebnyyouknoWTon TheLpwest Is that wliat you want If so trade with Lee Smitha a 7t1j z OtI1 of Cassiniere trimmings pants White Goods Insertions tnkI Suits 49c up to 700 I I KI ttSI CPJr o nI tntn Z ftoOtI1 0 A s 0 V1 SEEDS IWe have received fine lot of r JPw and invite you to call at our i store andexamine this stock before making a purchase This is the finest lot German ever brought to Richmond r 01 f We also wish to pjrchasc y ir and guarantee to pay the highest market price for same sell until you get our CO Richmond Climax NisiiY JlNK 18 1902 V likes Smith Dentist is 11 over J B Stouffers JS re Gfeblf- shades at Winnings lOcts 2t I flf tdI Gnt ron Man xiipi which appears- s i m x papered ft up f fo select from everything F 11 2t ryiiing in the rarringo liner r Insrd at S L Mid lei fT orld may21 2t mi supper will be given at V tliis evening at oclock is cordially invited slips 10 cents fauh one pi tluketf 5 cents each rits per pound TEX CaNT TO- JlIr to Government Bldg I x Suii0y trains are be jmular try thf m Low IIs tu all stations tf vnind trip rates on L Versailles I rjl Millers Creek e all ithor stations If Oticcn fc Cresccat Route ir ml a third for thn round pnintR on tho Queen r life Tickets on sale July i returning July Sth Ac- r f July C Itiiif arson G P A Wil Not Return I Hunt who luring tho pasta s il Col G M Edgar in tho l llogiato Institute has de return to Kichmond Ho r rlmirof Latin in an Ala c iiixt year j rniplovs none hUt expo mui ansI the best luat- eriri1 2t TAXES in hflp run your county Titial basis do not hesitate tax at oncp In ordfir that nn piiv the poor laborers rk ail FaVe them the dis t Micir claims I will expect UP ready I am coming Respectfully J JIN F WAOBBS SherilT orI II rrv M Blanton Dentist iirug store r Q 6J 1 S1 cu 4 4 r JQ o I 4J fV iiur3rr 11 ft t It J J 11J il L L I ure German SouthernMillet of WOOL WOOL WOL prices E IJEATIIERA6E complete iclnlasville MiMetoiiR VihlglngsinFir Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf For Sale Two splendid building lots In the best part of the city One is 00x264 and tlit other 100x300 For terms apply at this office mch26tf Lost A Knfchts Templar charm engraved ConimamleryLeave way i tf G W EVAXS have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf If you contnuiplatu having any pa pering or painting to do this sprint it will bo to your advantage to call and examine my Hue of wall paper and get estimate on painting tf WL Leeds For Sale I offer for sale my residence on HigL street Lot is 00 x220 ft with new sta tile and all necessary out buildings louise contains eight rooms and kitch en nil in greed repair and will be sold at n bargain tf Mrs Kliznhctli Crow A Good Contract The State Prison Commissioners have closed a contract wlih tho Frank fort Shoe Manufacturing Company for the employment of 400 convicts at 50 cents per day This is the best contract ever ramie for the employment of con victs in Kentucky Have just received one of tho fin eft lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examinemy stock before mak ing n purchase in this line aprSO tf L E LANE Estray Heifer A black dehorned heifer or heifer cow weight about 750 to 800 lbs come to my placo sonic time since and has since been cared for by Ihe under signed Owner can have same by calling and paying charges Clark Rico Juno li at Speedwell Ky 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 and see in at the State hank Trust CompanyC CHKVAUJI and L P EVAXS aprlCtf Real Estate Have your vehicles repainted and new rubber tires to take the place of those old worn out ones you are now using and thus have n new vehicle for summer S L Midkiff will do the work for you mayJl 2t Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf Richmond Ky Cheaper Than Going Barefooted 120 pairs of childrens and Misses tan oxfords good style toes dark shade sizes 83 to 11 and 111 to 2 Guaranteed all solid leather former price 125 will clo e out the lot at 50c a pair Come early and get your choice tf Rice Arnold The Qdj Play BalL The small boys team came down from Richmond and wiped up the earthwith the Lancaster kids Tho Richmond lads were a gentlemanly lot of little fellows and their good behavior at tracted much favorable comment Lancaster Record Lucky Find Robert Sowers of Waco while tear ing down some old buildings at the placefoundl agoDodds countyOfof Queen Crescent Route Tickets to Minneapolis will be sold at rate of ono fare plus 2 00 for round trip on account of the meeting of the National Educational Association July 7 to 11 Tickets on sale July 45 Good returning until July Hand with privilege of extension until September IA on payment of 50 cents A B Freeman T P A tf Birmingham Ala To My Patrons Having been notified on short notice to vacate the building and not finding a suitable place to carry on my bush ness I have located an office temporarily in the second building below the Methodist Church on Second street where parties can call and get their work from 10 n m to 4 p m until further notice is given I will begin at once the erection of a nice gallery on Third street J Louis Schlegel Willgingii line of wall papers from 3cts up is the largest and cheapest no book house or peddler can qual same give him a call 2t Reversed The celebrated case of Cunningham Ac against Estill c was passed upon by the Court of Appeals last Saturday The higher court reversps the judgment of the Madison Circuit Court which was adverse to the children of J T Estill JC and D M Chenault and C II Breck represented the appellants Cunningham c liurnam Mobcr lev J W Caporton and W B Smith represented appellees New Grocery Firm Messrs Robert Ingles and M J An derson bought out the grocery business of Powell Bros last Saturday The in voice was taken Saturday night and the new firm of Ingles Anderson opened up for business Monday morn ing Powell Uros who have bveu in bushier nearly a year have built up an excellent trade and it is with rsgrt t that their patrons see them retire The new firm is composed of excellent gentlemen both of whom have had long experience in the business Gilbert Omen PU5unnt to a call of W H Morgan Chairman ol the Democratic Congress ional Committee of the Eighth District the committee met at Lawrenceburg and declared the Hon George G Gil bert of Shelbyville the Democratic nominee for Congress No other candidate had complied with the callof the committee The Hon Lilian H Carter of Anderson anti It C War th3iserved two terms in Congress and has made a good record The Statute Construed The statutes of Kentucky say that no priest or minister shall solemnize marriages without obtaining a license from the County Court of the county in which ho resides and he may be fined two thousand dollars for a violation of the law County Clerk Desha of Harrison county wrote to former Attorney Gen eral of the State It J Breckinridge and to present Attorney General Clifton J Pratt and both construe the law to mean that when a minister removes to another county that he must get an other license or be liable to the two thousand dollars penalty It does not require a certificate for any county in which he officiates but it does require that he hold a certificate from the county in which lie resides We carry the largest and most complete line of EjS f to be found in Rich mond AH the Upto Date styles Our prices are the lowest S The new andnobby things in SJEJi fl1f18 I rAND NtK WM A full and complete line of Ments Underwear Negligee Shirts Collars and Cuffs RICE ARNOLD I L tV Sc o u S CUc tJ Ii- C c o oD d eJ ue 0U of Phinneyj ramota WorUs Fair Band publicelectrified by the music of Phinneys celebrated Worlds Fair band which plays this year at the Lexington Elks Fair August 11 to 16 inclusive and during that time his influence has been second tonone in fostering an apprecia tion of the divine art His wonderful power over his musical forces and his ability to meet themall havecombined to render him preeminently the repre sentative bandmaster in America The great reputation of Phinneys Uni ted States Band audits predecessor the Iowa State Band was largely train ed through the scholarly rendering of the great wdrks and tho magnificent effect produced from their descriptive compositions No special introduction is required for Phinney to any part of the United States It needs only to be announced that he will appear with his great band and the public knows that the utmost enjoyment music can afford Js theirs for the time ho is among them Arrangement have been made by which concerts will be given with special mechanical effects day and night during the Fair Resolutions adoptedbydery No 19 at a regular meeting June 3 1902It come to the knowledge of this Commandery that Eminent Sir Knight Darland P Armer has deter mined to leave this jurisdiction and lo cate in a sister State and as this will be our last meeting before his departure we desire to place this memorial recordSir came among us nearly forty years ago jnst after the bitter ness andstrife bj the Civil War hav ing been a gallant soldier in the Union army By his courteous bearing honorable dealing and courageous life lie has won the respect and esteem of all who know him An enthusiastic Ma son practicing the lessons taught therein in his d ilv Intercourse with his brothers he has been of great help- t the craft here and elsewhere Sir Armer was more instrumental in the fore ation of Richmond Comman dery than anyone else He was its first Commander He has represented us on the line in the Grand Comman dery of Kentucky By hid constant devoiion to the order and regular at tendance on our stated meetings baa become a source of strength to all of us We gladly commend him to the craft and to Templars wherever he may go as wotthy of their confidence and love We a9 a body and individually while regretting greatly his removal from our midst wish him Godspeed and further in recognition of our es teem for him and in apreclation of his Knightly character and service do hereby create and constitute him a life member ni Richmond Commandery No 19 Knight Tempter exempt from all assessments and dues forever more It Paralyzed Them All With Surprise Recently Buckeye Garrard county citizen ate a peck of young onions and advertised himself as a gastronomical wonder Another citizen ate a bunch of banana another drank eighteen glasses of soda water and finally 010 of the young men who went ou the pie nic train to Crab Orchard Springs last week ate seventeen biscuits and othei articles in proportion These feats of gastronomy gluttony invariably ex cite wonder in the minds ef all ordina ry mortals Time above is merely preliminary to the announcement of the extraordinary achievement in printing done at this office last week On Friday June C Secretary D R Tevis asked for bids for printing 1500 catalogues of the com lug Elk Fair and Carnival to contain he said 50 pages of matter and to be issued in two weeks The CLIMAX bid was the lowest and we assumed the ad ded responsibility of getting out the catalogue within half that time and heres where we smile while others stand aghast with surprise The wilt ten copy for the immense job was hand ed us at Sp m June 6 At 5 p m Juno 14 without working on Sunday we turned out the first bound trim med copy It contained not only the 50 pages specified but 17 extra pages besides or 67 in allami every one a model of the typographic art The book was printed on fine colored enam el paper in crimson and purple ink and we hear on all sides that it is ono of the swellest jobs of the kind ever seen in Kentucky Every particle of the work was done here the paper alone being furnished by the Cincin nati Cordage Co What more Only this When you want style speed durability excel hence call up 63 and we can do like the shoe maker fit you while jou wait Laffoon Captured John Laffoon who murdered his wife at Valley View last Sunday was captured on the farm oJ Homer Arvin at the mouth of Red Lick in Estill county Friday afternoon He was brought hero Saturday by the Estill county officers accompanied by J Wt Wagers and James Cox the ycuuig men who made the arrest Great excitement prevailed here when it became known that Laffooti had been captured and long before he arrived a great crowd gathered around the jail to get a glimpse of the murderer He was brought down on the Millers Creek train and wasescorted to the jail by Sheriff Wagers and his deputies nflbons trial is set for next Saturday How LaQbon eluded the officers and he blood hounds so long is a mysterv that no one has been able to explain After committing his foul deed Sun day he left Valley View not ten mm utes in advance of the searching party Officers and men kept up the search until Tuesday when they withdrew hoping that he would show himself Guy Ueckhnm on the recommenda tion of Circuit Judge Benton and Judge Turpin offered a reward of 100 for the apprehension and delivery of the man to the jailor of Madison county In the early part of the week s stran ger appeared on this farm of Homer Arvin in Estill county and engaged to work In a day or two young Wagers became suspicious of the man and he and his friend laid A trap for him On Friday afternoon they began to talk of the murder and of what should be done to the murderer and how the offi cers were going to catch him The droppedIhis tools ran two boys started after him After a four mile chase he wascaught and held until an officer could be brought He was then taken to the Irvine jail for the night and delivered hpro the BRXt Pay The minds of men tesebie the soils of old Another earth gomere Jeep rod r ban ane rairnw sd I PO J Prdialnary Catalogue of Etts Eafr The Lexington Elks Fair which takes place the second week in August slnuld prove the greatest exhibition of live stock ever held outside of Chicago The classification and award list is an- n 1nced in a preliminary catalogue now ready for distribution The aulountof the premiums for each class has been increased over that of previous years and the sum total of premi urns runs well into the thousands Secretary Frank P Kenney will send a preliminary catalogue on request New Rule A new rule has been adopted by Sine College in regard to the method of making appointments Heretofore thn county superintendents have ap pointed whom they pleased Appoiit mimts will now be made subject to competitive examination There can be only one successful applicant at each examination but caud dales may undergo every examination President Patterson submits tho follow his governing the matter A legal appointment cannot be made except within those dates Au examination on questions prepared by teachers in the public schools Is not legal A teachers certificate can not be sub stituted for an examination The superintendent may know that the applicant is well qualified to enter the college but such knowledge with out examination according to law cannot be made the basis of an appointment An appointment can be made only upon actual examination The examination must be competi tive An examination is competitive though but oiie applicant be present provided the time anti placo of such elimination have been duly advertised so that others have an opportunity to be present This time and place of examination inuit be made known Profssioial Decorator Coming to Dress the Oty For the Gala Week Among the many great attractions of the Elks Fair the following are of great interest to the citizens of Rich mondFor the handsomest decorated resi deuce on the opening day of the Fair 10 in gold Fur the handsomest decorated busi newi house on the opening day of th- eFalrI in gold For the handsomest decorated vehi cle of any kind in the Queen Floral Parade on fourth day July 17 25 in gold to first 10 to second For the handsomest decorated mer chants float in the Queen Floral la- ratle32l in gold to first 10 to second For the fanciest turnout on fourth day gentleman accompanied by one or mole lalical0 to first 5 to second Mr David R Tevis Secretary of the Elks Fair and Carnival announces that he hiss secured the services of a professional decorator Prof A H Barkley of 3203 Morrell Avenue Kan City Mo who makes a specialty of flower parades paper flowers lioure carriage and bicycle decorating ai d window dressing It was he who put on the floral parade in Versailles last month that was the great feature of that exhibition Prof Uaikley will arrive in Richmond Juno 27 and will remain until after the Fair having at all limns a wealth of natural and artificial floral designs and ornaments Also the services of Prof Albert Relchspfarr florist of this city Mrs Robert Harris JT B Collins EG Wines and others may be secured for decorating so that there will be no trouble nor great ex pense for everybody to decorate their houses and vehicles whether or not they wish to compete for the special cash premiums mentionedabove The Queen Contest Booming Miss Bradley the ExGovernors Daughter Taking Second Place There were few but some im portant changes in the balloting for Queen of the Elks Fair and Carnival rt the official count yes terday Miss Katie Smith of this city who last week ranked fifth with 50 votes now takes first place with 269 Miss Christine Bradley Lancasters faIr candidate who entered the race last week in sixth place easily takes second rank this week with 205 Mis Florrie Cheuault who was first last week takes third place with 188 Miss Mary Collins taking fourth place with a round hundred votes The chariot in which the Queen and her four maids will be drawn by tour white horses will be the most beautiful vehicle ever exhibited here There is n scheme on foot here to organize two Mother Hubbard base ball teams from among Richmond tumid Lancaster Elks They lire to play games in Richmond nid Lancas ter the entire proceeds of which will be donated to the equipment and decoration of time Queens chriot Thin teams will play firet in this city will parade the streets in mother Imbbards as the University boys did ten years ago with big Sam Lowry at the head and will be preceded by the Rich mond Silver Band to the Univer sW where United States Senator McCreary will be asked to toss the firt ball across time plato At the return game to be played in Lancaster ExGovernor Brndley will be asked to perform the same function and then time Garrard folks will witness prob ably the first contest between ba e Imllists dressed in mother hub bards of various hues and patterns Lancaster Record Please iotf lInt who will be Queen of llio Floral Parade See tim count below and boost your favorite Bal lots 5 cents ench Miwes Katie Smith 269 Christine Bradley 205 FlorrieOheuaulfe 188 Mary Collins 100 Carlisle Chenault 68 Sue Hume 5Sallie White 51 Sue Deatherago 26 Nancy Uoyce 26 Carlisle Walker 23 Resale Lackey 22 RertheuiaMcCorcLii 11 Mattie C Smith 15 Mary Shackelford 14 Anne Bennett 7 Emily Chenault 1 0 E Woops T H PICKED A Bs FABIS JJ NEALE Committee 4WiUxIng frames yodr pieturesin- till proper style frtJQ1f p1r t k 2 PERSONAL Miss Lillian Bybea is visiting friends in Stanford Mr and Mrs L P Evans are visiting at Brush Creek Miss Mary Evans is visiting relatives in Winchester Mrs Gilbert Grinstead leaves today for a visit to Stanford Judge J1I Ben ton was the guest of relatives here last week Hon GE Lilly and family aro vIs- iting relatives in Irvine Mrs W D Oldham and children are Visiting in Mt Sterling Mrs Harris Craig is the guest of Mrs Wra Smith on Second street Miss Allio Tribble of Stanford is vis iting her mother in this city Mrs Z T Rico has returned from a visit to her mother in Lancaster Mrs Emma Fife is spending the month at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Charles E Smith of Lexington is the guest of Miss Mollie Fife Miss Minnie Dykes has returned from Cincinnati for the summer Miss Stella West of Nicholasville is the guest of Mrs Henry L Perry Mr J Rockwell Smith Jr of Ow ensboro was in the city this week Miss Halite Hamilton of Estill coun ty is visiting relatives in this city Mr Shelby Tribble of Lancaster spent Sunday with his mother in this cityMr and Mrs J E Cosby attended the Baptist Association at London last week Mr and Mrs LR Blanton have re turned from a months stay at Asheville N C Mr H II Colyer has returned from French Lick Springs where he spent two weeks Mrs L A West and daughter of Irvine were guests last week of Mrs Claudo Smith Miss Jeannie Feland is visiting her mother Mrs Xanniu D Feland in LawrenceburgMr CarlO Todd and little daughter of London arc visiting relatives in this city Mrs Lou Mershon of Atlanta and Mrs Carter of Indiana are guests of Mrs John Mershon Major It M Morgan of Kentucky Military Institute was the guest of the Misses Crowe last week Miss Minnie Wagers and her guest Miss Hallie Park of Kansas City were at Estill Springs last week Mrs J Irvino Blanton and little son of Oyntliiana were time guests of Dr and Mrs C J Holton last week Messrs Edwin Galbraith of Pine Bluff Ark and Clarence Kenne of Paris visited friends here this week Mr and Mrs John Harris of Win chester wero the guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs Jesse Harris on Fifth street Rev Hervey McDowell of Madison county visited his mother Mrs Lou ise McDowell Uynthiana Democrat Mr J G Boyd and Miss Louisa Boyd of Louisville will arrive today to visit Mr and Mrs John F Wagers Miss Corinne Panent who visits rel atives in this city frequently took a prominent part in the Continental Congress rendered by the pupils of the Hopkinsville Grammar school in the closing entertainment last week Concerning Miss Parrent the New Era says The performance was inaugurated with a delightful recitation by Miss Corinue Parrent Though but a child her histrionic ability is marvelous llci voice has singular sweetness and strength and her gestures and expres sion as she thrillingly told of the ring log of Liberty Bell were perf- ectMATRIMONIAL MARSHALLADAMS Robert Mar sliallof Ford and Miss Mattie Adams of Waco were married in this city Wednesday June 1- 1PEUKINsllAmvayMr Terry G Per kins of Baldwin and Laura B Harvey of Newby were married in this city Thursday the Rev G C Stocker offi ciating Fourth of July at Qiafanqua A grand program will be offered at the Kentucky Chatauqna Lexington on the Fourth of July Samuel GUm pers President of the American Federation of Labor will lecture at 11 a m and Capt Richard Pearson Hobson U S N will lecture at 230 p in At night a grand entertainment consisting cf moving pictures music mafcic etc Two grand band concerts will be given at 11 a m and 630 p m Special rates will be made oil all railroads Blf Convention The S S Convention at Pine Grove church Saturday the 14th was large beyond expectation The scuta were full people looked in at doors and windows and there were many besides G W Tribblo was at home in the chair The program passed oft with marked BUccesp and included addresses by D Zittle Prof L V Dodge James Wilson and Revs C L Sturgill P C Ever sole It L Courtney and T Q Martin Time Plume Grove chorus assisted by others rendered dblightfur music The basket dinner was all right For the coming year R L Courtney was made President and V G Penney See retary Treasurer for Elliston Magiste rial districts COXVKNTIOK WEEK This week Madison county is to have S S Conventions galore The Magisterial districts will hold conventions on successiveday as follows Foxtown at Republican church Wednesday p m 18th iust Million at Valley View a m and p m the 10th IUnion at Union City n mm and p m These ought todo wonders iasccur ing a large attendance from those parts of the county at time County Conven tion to be held in Richmond Monday night and Tuesdayolnexfweok GLADE S S CONVENTION The meeting of Glade DistrictS S Association held at Glade church on the 14h inst was a pleasant and profi table affair Rev M K Pasco prcsid ed A detailed program was carried out in full as printed with addresses by Judge J D Goodloe Mrs E II Yocunii W Baker and RovsG A Burgess HJ Derthrlk Hervey Me Doweltan4 H K Aqlick A basket dinner was served C A Van WinkJe was conljnupd as district President presijdentry and Treasurer A hypocrite is B ii who tMp a one way anti leackvoti IQ l1tllkthrhe t1lms Rtbet t COOL CLOTHES FOR HOT MEN lightcoolwith hot weather wearables at extremely low prices Linen tte Suits Very coolcomfortable and neat only Flannel Suits Sensible combination of comfort and style Linen Pants Just days the thing for Summer Luster Alpaca and Serge Coats upgood and 50c for a FOR MEN AND BOYS 1 0 Patent Slippers for 50 05 75 and S3e Patent Upper Two Strap Sandals for Go and S5c Ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals USe 150 and 1118 Infants lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c We 1 0 to You are invited to inspect our How to Avoid Trouble Now is the timo to provide yourself and family with a bottle of Chamber lainu Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over and if procured now may save you a trip to town iir the night or in your busiest season It is everywhere admitted to be time most successful in use for bowel complaints both for children and adults No family can afford to be without it For sale by Stockton When fools go to market peddlers inakn money A childless home is a cheerless home Tbe maternal instinct exists in every woman and when it is nngraffi lie is deprived of much of the liaiiisof iifm It often happens that child lessness Is due to some cause which can lIe removed anti often is removed bv the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Time vigor and vitality which this remedy imparts to cato womanly organs puts them in a condition of norfnal health the lack of which is often the sole obstruction to maternity Every woman should read Dr Piercns Common Sense Medical Adviser a book containing 100S pages and illustrations It is sent entire Iy froe on receipt of stamps to pay ex pensa of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for time paper bound vol ume or 31 stamps for covered Address Dr R V Pierce CG3 Main street Buffalo N Y If you would know what a dollar is wort3 try to borrow one Atlto Time is Man Secure From Attacks of such disorders of the stomach as cliolisra morbus cramps and diarrhoea but these complaints are common dur ing the heated term when it is dan to neglect them Painkiller is a remedy that has never failed and the- seveat attacks have been cured by it Avoid substitutes there Is but ono Painkiller Perry Davis 25 and 50e Wjhen the dog is down every ono js readtbblje him Is Golf Catching on til favor It peems to be A noticeable increase In snItS of Pain kill r comes from golf disricts Time reaiuii for this Is clear as Perry Davis Paltjkiller is time oldest and best remedv ext t palms strains bruises and sore aess all of which are of common occurrence either in vigorous play or throigh accident Everywhere tim- estanlisrd liniment and balm op yers are usually thin after being Btrsaped throqgh a wortgagod church 200 5 up 1 up I Breezy Underwear Extra values at Low Cut Shoes IISnappy shapesi25 4 Cool Hats IINeat and all kinds stylish 25 =II up 20 25 50 Shirts Collars Suspenders Belts Socks In fact everything light and cool for hot weather wear Broad Easy Shoes Summer Comfort Specialty COVINGTON BANKS HEADTOFOOT OUTFITTERS ELDERS BARGAINS IN SHOES AND SLIPPERS Kreiders Celebrated Children Rothchilds Children 125 50newest75S250Moccasins CLOTHING beequaledDoys Mattings to 25c Window Shades 8 65c MILLINERYDEPARTMENT Baby Caps lOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 75c to 750 ELDEDto HngnIm LadiestHats J LWATSON J8 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Extraordinary Off eringsTHE ENTIRE HOUSE Lawns and Dimities styles slieor and beautiful worth 20c this week 121c French Madras Gingham a typical fabric for a shirt waist suit this sale 20c Colored Ginghams in pretty stripes tint colors time very thing for tho cbMren lOc 1000 yards Light and Dark Percale oGin wide worth re this week S 13c For The Sweet Girl Graduate Elaborate and dainty designs shown in soft Gauzy Fabrics stylish geods for the home or seashore Beautiful Persian Lawns always popular at 20c Real French Swiss light and airy only 50c French Chiffon 50 inches wide oOc and 31 Pique Madras Oxford new and desirable patterns do not lose their lustre when washed im ported goods 20c to 7c Fine Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries Immense 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Consumption Coughs antGalfc Than Dy All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE HO PAY Price 50o a 1 Trial Bottle Free Rain andweat- lave no effect on harness treated with Eureka Her Jness Oil It re dampJkps J rouuurdC harness not 3 cnly harps j looking like I new but wears twice as longby the IHarn Sold everywhere I II1CUls all sizes Made by- Standard Oil- CompAIIY =LOW RATES r+ c + + + west vru B+ O S W San Francisco and return account Imperial Council Mystic Shrine Tickets will bo sold every day to June 7 1902 Biennial MeetingKnights of Phthias Tickits will be sold August to 9 Inclusive PortlandfrOregon Ancient Order United Workman rickets will be raid every day to June 7 in clutire W2 Denver Colorado Sunday School Convention TickiU will be soU JUlie 21 to 23 Inc 19tfl Tacoma Washington Young Peoples Christian Union United Pres byterian Church Ticket will be sokl July 15 to 20 inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah Benevolent Protective Order Elks Ticket will be sold August 6 to 9 inclusive 1902 For particulars Mcrping car pace etc call on any agent j BOSWor tlJ o P MCCARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio for Spring 19O2 White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Itfovelties Ginghams Ghambrays Shirt llgs Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chine Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts- YVhItBAND Gibaon1 RICHMOND KY ii i r3C SAID TO BE HAUNTED A Ghost Seen In the Old Flncaatfo Club House Louisville Louisville Ky June ItThe old Fincastle club house on the river road which Is now used as a private residence by Judge A P Humphrey Is said to be haunted Several weeks ago Mrs Humphrey was Bitting in the li brary when looking up sho saw be tore her the figure of a beautiful blonde tall shapely and graceful draped in a gown of pale blue Mrs Humphrey sat speechless and motion less until the specter withdrew The next morning a maid reported the same apparition on the second floor On another night a lady of the household and a visitor were playing cards when on looking up they beheld the same apparition this tlmo draped in white It remained only an instant No explanation can be given of the of fair as the TTincastle club has been built only 15 years and as far as known there has never been anything In Its history to Justify a ghost TWO CHIEFS AT PRESENT Another Move Made In the Lexington Police Muddle Lexington Ky June 11 Lexington has two chiefs of police Walter Marshall who had been chief for a year or so was removed Monday night by one set of police commissioners and Jerry J Reagan the police captain promoted Tuesday afternoon Mar shall secured a restraining order against Reagan and it will be heard June 1C The city Is blessed with two police commissioners The mayor the head of the city democracy cant get his appointments confirmed by the council which is under control of the county democracy but they acted any how and relieved Marshall It Is a political fight between two democratic factions and is liable to bo hung up in the courts The taxpayers are protesting against the utter demoraliza tion of the police by politicians THE OLD GUN WAS LOADED It Caused a Death Declares James McGlasson Louisville Ky June 11 James Mc Glasson was arrested here Tuesday on information from Carrollton that Mc Qlasson last October killed a white woman named Cordie Griffoy at Ghent Ky The coroners Inquest exonerated McGlasson but since then it is said more evidence has been discovered McGlasson claims the death was an accident due to the discharge of an old gun which nobody knew was loaded McGlasson was working on the City of Cincinnati when taken Into custody Three Persons Fatally Wounded ML Vernon Ky June 11As the result of an attempt to break up an entertainment at the schoolhouse at Livingston a general fight ensued In which Philip Northern was shot through the head and mortally wound ed while John Renner and John Spoon more were fatally beaten with pistol butts Fire at Somerset Somerset Ky June ItFire caus ed by a lamp exploding destroyed the Exchange Somerset Telephone Co leaving the city without telephone con nection within the town and adjoining counties No insurance Miss Helen Keene an operator narrowly escaped burning to death Minors Barred Covlngton Ky June 11The Cov ington council adopted an ordinance forbidding the sale of toy pistols with a penalty of 5 to 25 for violation The sale of torpedoes cannon crack era bombs skyrockets Roman candles and other fireworks to persons under 21 is also forbidden Charley Herrs Good Work Lexington Ky June 11 Charley Herr 207 the famous Kentucky trotter who earned the soubriquet of Tho Iron Horse because of his hard campaign Tuesday stepped a mile nicely in 214 He worked sound and trainers think his lameness of lost year Is gone for good Indicted For Robbery Mlddlesboro Ky Juno l1Frank Cecil has been indicted for the robbery of Paymaster Colgan of the iron furnaces He Is under indictment for the murder of Senator Goebel and Is a fugitive He Is supposed to be in Jndlana Weaver Elected President London Ky June l1The minis ters meeting of the General Assocla tion of Baptists elected Dr J M Woo ver of Louisville president and Rev W W Hamilton of Louisville seen tary Kentucky Womens Club Paris Ky Juno iLThe second annual convention of the Kentucky Fed eratlon of Vomeaa clubs was called to order Tuesday night in the Chris tian church bjfrPresIdent Mrs Geo C Avery of Louisville They Met Half Way Taylorvllle Ky June llGeorge IiGilson and Miss Sarah H Pool were married at the Spencer house by Rev G C OverstreeL The groom is a traveling salesman of New York while the bride Is from Denver CoL CollierRobinson Wedding Lancaster Ky June UJ E Rob- Inson a leading attorney and Miss Fannie Collier daughter of former Adjt Gen Collier were married hero by Elder A R Moore James T Bailey Baltimore In sum mer lIves in a piano box ENGAGED accidentInstandard of manly or womanly excellence peoplebecomepinquity rather than because of any deep preferenceAnd happens that the uponthe asthoughtlessly she entered on the marriage relation onehasof thedangers she faces Thousands of women become invalids for lack of knowledge of It is to this large body ofwomen that Dr Pierces Favori- tePrescription comes as a priceless boon because it cures womanly ills Favorite Prescription establishes healsintlammationfemale weakness It makes weak women strong sick women well CARet my first child was bornu write ofrsStout dlastsutreringalyTOril Prescription end a vial Of hU Pleatant InfouriasIntedidae three months I seem to be enurely oninnyedlaareDr Pierces Pteurat Pelkt the ft alaxative fj TO THOSE wishing ti purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence amaofJ Vearo plt asp l liigiatetlmt it is on sale at th following placets in MiulLsuh wjiinl Arbuckle Simmons Hearer Hamilton Jo 0 S Powell J W MajtiTj J V Whltloclc John Stapp Button kubeits J WTealer J W Prewitt L A M rreu O JlcU hatter nlrVnir Early JT Coy B chmond Waco nd House vallev VIew- Baldwin Newby Until ton- Kdcnlcn ColUmburg Paint Lick- allaceton flexes Kirk Ihto 11t HiliiilKol IIIHII rijeiiolt theMiir of olil tniiilii r eti wine JIItuIII ri1t linlKllilltl its hllll t tt poor t1 7 Q YVVhb sinature Is Qn every box of tuo eeumm Laxative BruinoQuiiiine 11101- sbo remedy thin cnrrn n quid Ju one lay A liypociio inn IIIHII eo thinks one way arid liiuU tun tollunk that lit thinks jinniliir Stops tho Cough and Works off the cord laxative Kriunn Qiiiihie Tallied cnre a c ld in one day No cure in PRY lriiM 2T rent When a liiiin li giiiH to have childreii he hljinK to have troubles but real- jfy8 TO OTTIIB A COLD III ON3 DAT Take Ijixativp tn ino Jiiinine Tablet IIelrnggixis rtfuiid the money If il title to cum K VU ruves igtiaturi is on cachlMix 2a rehli There an fownr inntiurof fact nni1 n the world than niittnr ffiiljnho Hell Tetter SatIlhc m and Eczema The intense itching and smarting iuci dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chambcrliins Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad laser have been permanently cared by it h- Is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bitci and chronic sore eyes 5 eta per bozo Dr Ciiiljs Condition rorrdcru an just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicino and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Prir 25 Tents per package When the day breaks sonic mon ale too lazy to tuitke use of Ille pieces One Box Cures Eczema I had n very Severn ctiab of eczenm and trind several letindies given dy diflerent drnirciats but they did not rive me satittfHuiion Mr Eyinniin rec miniended your Jlemfuka Ecz inn tire and it gave me instant relief and one hex cured me nf the deBense uOscar teliilliiiR Vaimw Illltmis Fur sale hy L MilieU mi 51ntiHly Ixperi lIce that is given away is tel huH appreciated A Real Friend stiIrtrt8l Iriii ilvslnhisii anti jtislj petition iur liftten yeHis says W T Siurilevnnt of terry Oaks N G Ar Pr hail trinil many ilixiors and itud icitiiS to no avail one of my frioiuU lHc- rullhd me to try Ko lol It gays im mediate relief I win oat almost any IMK Win now and my iliyestion it inxxl I clie rfully rccuiiiineiid Kodol Ihint trv ii emu Ktomui trnillilH In dieiin That only liirtIer weakens lie syHieni Vmi need linliKiiinc tren lheniiii fond Kodol enable you to aminiilntn what volt put l v di g stine it without the stomuchs aid im A rose for tho livim hotter than n bouquet for the dead Of what dorn a iiitlmntu in yt ui niiiiitli reit itul you It inilicatcH that vonr stomaih is in bad condition and will rcmititl you hint ihero is nothing 0 good fur such a disorder us Cliatn berlninu Stomach Liver TublelB af ter having once used them Tliry cleanse and invigorate the Unmach and regulate this bowels For Kilo at 25 cia per box by Stockton lioKim 1m rhiee we call the ancients were in reality quite new Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile Indian tm pies lint worse yet is a hodv ilmijt pol luted by conetipaliuii lon t ieniiit it KiuJfIlXcThey give lively livers active bowels oocl digestion line app titn Onlv 25c at Perry Thomass ding store liu True love is seldOm able to express itself in words A TEXAS WONDER HALLS OKKAT IMSCOVEKY One small bottle of Halls Great Din covery cures nil kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak nut lame back rliemrwtiptn and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both tlPII and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug receiJlorHtreatment anti will cure nny caie above mentioned Dr E W tallsitle man ufacturer P O lox C2S t Ixiuin Mn Send for tecritiion al8 Sold by alt drug gists awl Owen McKee Mordmut Richmond Ky BEAD TillS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery fur kidney nnd bladder tipuble I usingitfeel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to time Ilespeetfnlly4dec IDEE Silent partners allow their money to talk for them Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the Present year that it tins determined jp allow discount of 2e per 1000 fue pn Illu minatinc gas furnisheJl on and after Dec 11901 thereby reducing the net price ofuns from 200 to L75j BSyjiut notice is especiallv given that this diecount on gas will not be allowed to any person who failt to pity his gas bill on or before the lOot each mouth at the ufllce or who is Indebted to the company for watsr All delin quent persons will be required to pay the pres nt rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully KICIIHOSD VATrnLicnsCo Nov 27 180U d p4 tf Women like peaches are aiveetest just before they decays It is pne thing toflatter amid jtrolher to praise My stock fJeweryc glass etc wsa never more now and ray prices will asoljevery bIdyaifMl LI LoB ys MOTHERHOOD Tho greatest ambition ofAmer- ican men and women is to have homes blessed with children Tho woman afflicted with female dis ease Is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wile No medicine can restore dead or guns but Wine of Cardiji does regulate derangements that pro vent conception does prevent miscarriage does restore weak functions and shattered nerves and docs bring babies to homes barren nnl desolate for years Wine of Oardui gives women tho health nUll strength to bear heal thy children You can pet a dollar boitlo of Wine of Cur ui front your dealer WcF Jl1RUB 113 llarict Ltrcct MenmpblsTenn April 141901 In 1301 I took on bottle of Wine of C ruDI And one psckn5e of ThedforaK BlackDraught I iiau osen married en years ard had never given birth to a ebl1t until HookWlao of Cartel Now I am mother of a fine baby girl Khleh was bom March 31 itO The baby weighs fourteen pounds nnd I feel as well as any person could feel Tillbeagain Mrs J W C SMITH tiringsymptomiwnt The Chattanooga JIiillclw Comlmny Chattanooga 6 0 t BUSINESSJ f jandl Imysa barrel f Oil for fS and ells it fur lI tliafinii lneRi innndlc J a well 00 yet deep rtO thste Ln bor Edison takes a cylinder cud- malice It talkthat Ingenuity ILMarconi takes an In lniin nt wilh anl make it talk 1OT mil nthiifs Train lime tikes arloam tile 81i nijHjp T and Dandruff Cure to uiejpublic It will Mop the hair from nJ and remove I a Ood semI ItPrice 25c Per Bottle Sale By bForWllNESX- I ou fact n red by- ciiltDSI DRUG ro New York City Lexington Ky e6Uicr For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will lui1tosetf the following judgment AJ W Webber nerkley Ky 16 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell Diion Ky 223 01 N Q liraiiion A Co beater Ky 3Ji J Young tSon OUsconr Ky mm 44 Vra Kucptlen Milton Ky II I N Chirps Alt 60 28 Ferdinand Schuble LoufvIlIa ii PKobt W Owens Louisvll e li ifc R J DurreM Pteslou tit road Jefferson county Ky lI A Austin Iloufcport Ky 1SG11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON n o 7my6L 1cm Low Rates Queen and Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW H + + Confedcnite Women Club Los Angeles Cal May 1S Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 10 14 Knights of Pjthias San Francisco Cal August 1112 +Finest train service in tie world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for tho above occasion Be sure your lieknlR rend via Queen Crescent Route and UiereJiy pet good service apr23 tf Of Vital Interest I VK liavn erected large and and more ITO lern ImsitiesH house to take tile 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 awl adjoining coun hlghe5tCASHWo also liaiitllo all kin da of afalllJenreduce and xn will wjnvinro yon that wo propope to loath III this business in Madison BRQStYear2janly RICHMOND KY SUMMER TRIPS TO- Michigan and Canada Mt Clemens Port Huron Point aux Barques AlmaSt Louis Mackinac Island The Snows Sault Ste Marie Petoskey Oharleyoix Traverse City ErankfortonthelLake1 Muskbka Lakes Yellowstone National p kand Colorado diIIrect CH frirlor and Cafe Cars oa day trains Sleeping CArs on night trains Direct Connection Made with Rail and Steamship Lines Ask for Booklet on flurcme Trips D Jp ILWJX Df P T H GfNOfNN ATIt OHIO W loiisie itkilic RaiW DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE KICHMOND orVeraalHestawrencebnii Shel a05ara Loulnllle Lzington 230pm and Cincinnati For Irvine 1t61aJD For Miller Creek 300 pm TRAINS ARRIVE JjjtCUHOND and 1151 am HfKSFromFrom Millers CreekL am 0 M BJIOWNIMJ den Mgr n Notice to Creditors All parties hating claims inraiiist the estate if Mrs Betliseba Adams lewased are reo iicstcJ to tile same on or before JuuoZS prop rly verified or same will Barreil Those knowing tlienuwtrwtoIio frt bled toth is olate are requested to oull aii settle K o ADAMS itvit it A nnt Urtor DR FENHRS IDNEyfld Backathe REBladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If nwcsnory rrlte Dr tenner lIe has spent II life time curing jnst suck casca as yours All consults tlons Free For years I had backache severe pains across kidneys and scalding urine 4 could not set out of bed without help TIm use of Dr Kcnncrs Kidney and nsckacho Cure rc stored me G WAGONER Knobsvllle Pn nnicrslsts 50 r fl Ask for Cook Bookrrec Sure Cnn Clr10nST VITUSIDAfICF Fenno FrcdoniaNYcU1t Y URD Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work Vr tliiiee J7PII13 lTiileniwr and Fits aiiiIiill lint iltb dog Hebh i heir to Ir JulmsoiiV Flea and Shampoo Soap is Hit oilv ilop foap ill the market Kunranti cil in kill linns Fur Ialo by PERRY THOMAS mnaiiGtt If dlLi- Dyspesia J tJ CeDigests what you eat thedlgestmtsfood Jt gives instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The mst sensitive manythousandscured after everything clso failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adietunneccssary Cures nil stomach troubles ChicagoTheFur smile by IVrtv it Tliiiimrt jeOraThcTHE Lexington Democratj g 0ISTHE ONLY DAILY- Dernocraiic j Paper PUBLISHED IN THE A Blue Grass Region 3 A It is especially devoted to I the interest of tho Ccmocrat ic party anti Rives all the news fear or farr Subscription Price I 500 a Year 15 Cents a Week byCarrIrA rJ tJArJ MORc Plan Now For Colorado j J The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the uioetnttractive excursion wtar to Colorado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we makerSUQh remarkable losv flrt class round trip rates to Denver loloraclo Springs and Mnnitou 8s2100 Irma St Louis 1500 jlrcm 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