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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u I pm r I v ir ir j I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX JOLtME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 1902 NUMBER 5 Then there is your Old Freezer t IWdiii out Get an O 1 K Frera1 and you will I Ill regret the money I- siHt nl last but not least j1 iMit forget thatwe sell t host Stoves on earth t K Jewell Stoves 101 Ranges The Wonderful North Star Refrigerator The Best- Made byicobillswill the ice question and will save money for you Water Coolers Springisinviting We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on JI l SHACKELFORD CO Street rr RICHMOND KY The Racket Store have received and opened up our of goods adjoininglf goods at prices heretofore unheard of in Cen t ky and especially in Madison county Below mid a few of our bargains J f I v 1 ts5to15cIIiI snit 20 1 Mics Hosiery 5 to 25c fliirts and jumpers II 2Sctto unality lie per yd ireatU8 lOc 8 lOc ouch I solve t earth Main stock many Lamps 15 to 33c complete Lamp burners 4 to 5c Knives and forks per 40c to SI 2 8 and 4 quart buckets 5 8 and lOc lacIGO 5c sheets 5c Hatchets 10 to 33o Fish hooks Oc per 100 WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets Mii and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware IsHng Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which s forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket t a call examine our stock of goods and get prices we an SUTV to add you to our list of customers We shall at all t 1 s ndeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you fTv is a call and examine our goods before purchasing s yIrt SUIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery MYIN STREET RICHMOND KY B pride ourselves on our splendid assortment of 4 + + + + + + + +++++ I FURNITURE I + + + + +4+++ ++ + + + + + + + +++ + + + + + + + +++G + +++ + I which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristling with Holiday selections To properly celebrate tlio season YOU will probably deiire soma new piece We hnve new Chairs Tables Duffer China Cabinet lde onrds everything suitable for the Dining IJlXllll Iron jiids full stork has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever offered I ock ers any style yon may wish ConuhHSv cry Inltst dtsfgis- Seo the line of Leather Goods Picture rumlnJUarpetst Matting and Rug ++ + ++ + + ++ +i+++++++ +++4+++ + +++ I t JO 8 JOPLIN i i 220222 W Main Street i+ +S S S S ASS SSSS ASSS I Undertaking a Specialty hoxIset IW TYVYY vvv V O W Evans Jr Embalmer and Director I l R Blanton I DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cements Plaster Hair Etc Corner lik1nin i trm Sri MJ- n StRENUOUSLANGUAGE Of San Juan Hill Still Remem bered by Horse Roosevelt Rode byPresidentColonel Roosevelt during the Cuban campaign attended the exercises at the unveiling of the Confederate monument at Forest Hill Cemetery on Decoration day He was rid den by County Marshal George Maxwell Dick js the property of J T Runde who conducts the copper works opposite the County Jail and it was he who loaned him to Mr Max well The horse is a dark bay marked with black on his neck He is a handsome fellow and very intelligent Mr Runde bred and raised him He is 10 years old stands 15t hands hihandweighs 12000 pounds He was sent to Tampa for Colonel Roosevelts use by Mr RundeI to do something for my country said Mr Runde so 1 tried to enlist when war was declared against the Spanish I was refused because of my age so I began to ponder what I could do Finally I thought of my horse and I decided to make him my substitute The horse went through the entire Cuban campaign and was returned to me from Montauk Point after the Rough Riders disbanded Colonel Roosevelt offered me a fancy price for the horse but as I wanted him myself I refused it The deputies at the County Jail say that when Mr Runde is desirous of producing speed in Dick he leans well over him and yells Give em hl It is said that Dick acqaired the knowledge of this term during the cam paign in Cuba and that when he heard it close above his ears he knew it called for the putting forth of his most strenuous effortsExV- irulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance in medicine is given by druggist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable cancer They believed his case hopeless till lie used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are nsed to ex pel bilious kidney and microbe poisons at thir name time this salve exerts its matchless power blood diseases skin eruptions ulcers and sores van ish Bitters 60c Salve 25c at Perry 4 Thomass drug store 1m Didnt Get His License Brooks Howard a young farmer of Johnson county Ky aged twentyfour and Miss Arisona Carpenter an eighteenyearold girl of the same locality came to this city on marriage intent says the Ironton Register Upon applying for a license Howard admitted that he had u wife living but stated that she was in an insane asylum and thought that equivalent to a divorce He was disillusion ed when the license was refused and with his prospec Live bride resumed his long journey to the old Kentucky home WHEN BABY IS COMING US- EMothers Friend WOUl3nsgreatest dream of beauty and glory is when nature hzs chosen her to become mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the ambition success and thelifelong satiifaction com nearer day by day ia the dear and- innocentbeiug so soon to see light and thc uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside heron time pillow adds zest to her expectancy Mothers Friend applied externally throughout ivncyvjhl relieve the of rtunt1on no ncther and child can fail to be healthy strong cleat complexioned pure blooded and cheerful in disposition are mutually mnflcuced by time con uuec1 use of this- great liniment MOT1URS 1tIIDa- 13ty ofdruCktl 510cm iper bpttl Cur 41M 1Mi M MMI Mt flII 1i iiILI SELLS TRAINEDREPTILES Minnesota Man Has a Farm On Which To Raise Them Rattlers Are His Speciality There is a manout in Minnesota who seems to be in league with a woman in Dublin to neutralize the good work St Patrick di 1 in driv ing the snakes out of Ireland The Northwesterner is pro prietor of the Minnesota Snake Farmrattlesnakes a specialty He recently made a shipment of reptiles to the Dublin woman Miss Anna Lewis by name The con signment went on the good ship Saxonia sailing from this port on May 17 says the Baltimore Herald But the shade of St Patrick must have been hovering over the vessel creating great an guish of spirit in the passengers crew and living cargo The snakes were a real Jonah but one that could not be pitched overboard Just what happened on the trip is not a part of recorded history It is known that when the crew learned there was a box of snakes in the hold of the vessel bound for Ireland there was a spirit of mutiny stalking aboard It is also known that on May 27 the New York agent of the United States Express Company wrote this letter to the Minnesota snake breeder Please take note that the steamship company advises us that they will not receive any more of this property It is possible we can arrange with some other steamship line but the Liverpool lines say they positively will not accept property of this char acterThe K letter of the express company to the shipper was elicited by a letter from him requesting information as to the date on which the snakes had left New York His let ter was written on a brilliantly illuminated letter head red and green lettering occupying about half the page In the center of the page was a picture of the owner of the farm photographed with nu merous snakes encircling his neck arms and chest That this enterprising man is abundantly able to stock Ireland with snakes is made evident by the various items of information on this letter head The publicis informed for example of the following facts All snakes fixed and broke to handle and Rattlers warranted to be safe for anybody to handle On the reverse side of the letter is a price list of rep tiles and other smallanimals Cures Blood and Skin Diseas es Itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex pense A personal trial of blood balui tellIa sampleIf from ulcers eczeinrs scrofula Blood poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bon j pains swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease we ad- Vise you totake Botanic Blood Balm B B B recommendcJ for old obstinate deepseated cases cf malignant blood or skin diseases hel couse Botanic Blood Balm B B Bj kills th v poison in the blood cutes where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich give the skin the rich glow os health tV B B the most perfect blood purifier yaasCoatsTo prove it cures sample of Blood Balm snnt free by writing Blood Balm C0 Atlanta GII Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter t3This is an honest offermedicine sat at once prepaid 1m Macawber Like Was This Man A farmer near Spears has lost many dollars by holding his wheat too long Last February Sharp Dembis offered him Doc a bushel for his crop which jhe refusecl waiting the time when jt would reach the dollar mark Last week he decided to sell and when the crop was exarit ined he found the amp weather and weayel had al most totally destroyed it 4ft present he cant sell it fqr more than 25c bushel or tVje loss of 65c for the privilege If waiting for something o turn upJessamine New For bIHouanew use ChaBiberlkli a Stomach Ii Liver Tablet Tlv y ckan i Uw stomach and refcukta t quickJNtmnatetUt s I LOSSFLESH I I proventecSby Scotts Emulsion I Its as beneficial In summer asIn winter If you are weak orrun down It will build you up Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4 WI5 Pearl Street New York Soc and f100 nil druggists m Telephone Etiquette There yet remains to be written anQauthoritative man ual on Telephone Etiquette Not that the subject has not received attention far from it But where shall we find a code of rules governing the relations of the caller and the called so just and so sensible that all may accept it as the final law on the subject and so accepting abide by it Mr Smith a busy man of business summons his office boy and says Please get Mr Jones on the wire The boy does as directed It hap pens that neither man has attained the luxury of a desk set Accordingly when Jones is informed by his boy that Mr Smith wants to talk to him over the telephone he lays aside what he is doing and walks to the instrument There he hears the familiar Hold the wire a minute please and waits patiently or perhaps Impatiently until Smith is notified that Mr Jones is on the wire and goes to the telephone in his turn Jones has wastedsome seconds or minutes perhaps of his valuable time Smith on the other hand has lost no time He could have saved Jones the waiting by direct ing his boy to call up Jones office and ascertain if he were in Receiving an affirmative answer he could then have stepped to the telephone and called for Jones waiting him self until Jones responded But in that case Smith would have waited and Smith does not care to stand around any more than Jones does Little vexations like great prob lems depend so much on the point of view What we need is a system of rules that shall be equally respected by Smith and Jones whether either be the seeker or the sought Saved From An Awful Fate Everybody said I had consumption writea Mrs A MShields of Chambers burg Pa I was so low after six byHaythought I could get well but I learned KingsNewit and was completely cured1ordesperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in the world and is infallible for Coughs colds and bron chial affections Guaranteed bottles 50c and SlOO Trial bottles free at Par ry Thomass drug store lm The Mouth Au exchange tells of a school boy who was compelled by his teacher to write an essay on the mouth and this is what he wrote The mouth is the front door of the face it is the aperture of the cold storage of our anatomy The mouth is the hotbed of toothache The mouth is the crimson aisle to the liver it is the fountain of patriotism and the tool chest for pie Without the mouth the politician would be a wanderer on the face of the earth and go down to a dishonored grave Itis the grocers friend the orators pride the dentists hope It is temptations lunch counter when attached to a maiden and tobaccos friend when attached to a man It puts some men on the rostrum and others in jail It is the home of that unruly member the tongue Without it married life would be a summer dream and the dude would lose half his attractions A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY Ono small Lottie of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder s removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by year drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send fortestimonals Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky RBAT tins tv Richmond Ky Feb 9 iDOL DrE W Hall St Louis Wo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discos ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 poumls when Ibegan using it today I weigh 17Q pounds and I yearsipublic Jfc pctfslJy Ilr J0fil lPPi o Disastrous Experiment Henry Rosenthal tried to show that his fifty years had not made him lose the agility of his youth by climinga tree The result was that lie was taken home with serious in juries to his back says the Henderson out al MI Rosenthal who is the secretary of the Ben Hur Lodge went on the lodge ex cursion Sunday to Race creek near the mouth of Green river The men in the party were showing their agility by climbing trees and Mr Ro- senthal joined in the sport He climbed up about eight feet from the ground when by some means he lost his hold and fell to the ground Ready to Yiel- dI used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for piles ami found Uncertain cure says S R Meredith Willow Grove Del Opciations unnecessary to cure piles They always yield to DeWIttii Witch Hazel Salve Cures skin di senses all kinds of wounds Accept counterfeits 1in Turned the Tables Badger fighting at Winches ter has been suspended says the Mt Sterling Gazette A crowd of about one hundred roped in a New York clothing drummer last week and he happened to be next He pulled the badger out and when the crowd gave him the laugh he pulled two big guns and began shooting into the crowd They did not know he was shooting blank cart ridges and it was a sight the way they ran One promi nent grocer got hung on a brabed wire fence and he had to send home for a pair of trousers before he could return to his business The pitcher went to the well once too often Spring Fever Spring fever is another name for biliousness It is more serious than most people think Atorpid liver and inactive bowels mean a poisoned system If neglected serious may follow such symptoms DeWitts Little Ear ly Risers remove all danger by stimulating the liver opening the bowels and cleansing the system of impurities Sale pills Never gripe I have tak en DeWitts Little Early Risers for torpid liver every spring for vears writes M Everly iMoundsville W Vn anythingIIt is said that a girl in Iowa recently walked five miles in a storm to get married She will probably not have to walk more than a few rods in the rain or snow to get an armful of wood or a scuttleful of coal or wade knee deep in the snow to hang a clothes line in the future and the worst storm she will experience will be when dinner is late and the baby and the old man are both cross Leads Them All One Minute Cough Cure beats all other medicines I eyertried for coughs colds croup and throat and lung trou bles says D Scott Currin of Logan ton Pa One Minute Cough Cure is the only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts Immediately Mothers everywhere testify to the good it has done their ones Croup isso sad den in Its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late It yields at once to One Minute Cough Cure Pleasant to take Children likeit Sure cure for grip bronchitis coughs 1m One way to get square with the poo pIe is to get rountl them AN OPENLETTERA- ddressto Women by the Treas urer of the W C T U of Kansas City 1irsE C Smith liMy DEAR SisvxnsI believe In advocating and upholding everything that will lift up and help women and but llttlo use appears all knowledge and learning if you have not the health to enjoy It It MJI E Co Haying fotind bybers6nalexperii ence that LVlhI Eo Vegetable Compound Is a medi cine of rare virtuer and haying see dozens of cures where my suffering sisters have been dragged and iisef ulncssirom an untimely grave simply bythe use of a few bottles of that Compound I must prOclaim ita virtues or I should not b doiaf my duty tsuHerixig mothers aiIddrage4o- nthouaekccpcrs II Dear SisteV is your health poor do you feel Worn out and used apj do have any of thd ladTiceLydia E Pinkkams Ve etabWj Compound it is better an amd ali doctors for it cures BlIthe rctJfpI 1iL f4ut E DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a 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 hee eaTTa ljo 01 1oso toi OUR ADVANCE SALE r 0 F I SPRING AND SUMMER FABRICS has been so enormous that we cleaned up nearly all of our early purchase and buythespring business New Silk Learn Ventor Novelties Polelna Stripes Gaze Do Sa ire Columbia Mauselain Novelties Silk ZephyrsDotted and Plain mercerized in all colors and White Porker Mills Lace Stripes AH qualities inPiques anti new Wasting in endless varieties are to be had in our Wash Goods Department We are showing themost complete and uptodate line of these good ever opened in this city rIOur Wash Silks Taffeta Silks Silk PordesayneSilksare the talk of the town Ask to see them J partment Ask to see our Dress Goods whether you want to buyor not Get posted in all the new styles it is a pleasure forour salespeople to show goods Our Domesticyou Calicoes Cattons Cottonnades Indian Head Cotton PercAlesGinghams and anj you may want in dwnestics are always fresher newertfleaner and at a lower price than theyare to be had elsewhere Get our LOW CASH PRICES on all anave money dlete of all our stocks want one most corn our NEW SPEIIAlS in Shoes Doot lag behind nud uv old stuff follow time crowd and get the good things to see to go way back and sit down Get our prices and see I our new hotisofurnlshing styles in this department department AU our competitors have If You Need an Spring Suit If your son needs a Tuit if you need a part or a suit Pants Coat or Vest or anything else inyou Our Clothinj all fresh and new old Clothing we have got it forno shopworn stuff tu palm off on you for new Our prices lii thismont have been cut to the quick and handsome new uptodate departtiobby garments are being given out atlow prices Dont fail to see them get posted In prices tremendously we are showing everything new in small wares Notions of al all kinds new HosieryShirts new Vests new CollarsHandkerchiefs Embroideries new Gloves new Ribbons and all the oveltiest of the season andalways lower than elsewhere our prices are Our new style Hats in Felt and Straw are having quite a run rr Call and see them If you want anything Great or Small but always of Hie best quality material you can find it for the least price at Thanking you for past patronage we are very respectfully PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBXBTATLAW RICHMOND KENTCCKT Office the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly I A siVJJ-4 ArroaNEYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street i J O D M OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery iW R LETCHER Attollleyat Law RICHMOND KKNTDCKY CSTOffico over Taylor Bros Stor- eJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PSTSIOIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the oeCcdint building 18 and 10 s c1 end Street orei Wnue t old drugstore 17 H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oftice Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICBMOKD KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SUBQZON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENIAL SURGSBT DT 1aete sot colsottE- STIsT OF LOUISVILLE KY jCTOIBce next door to Government Building aichmSnd Ky omce hoursU to 121 to 4 noTl7ly Harry M Blanton S3fcr DENTIST aor Office lu Bennett Building Jau7i TELEPHONE 198 DR LANDMAN Hotel Slyndon Wednesday July 01902 E1OYaEeWi Mrs E LYaace L W State h1t Trait Bid r TjItWfttur uynjihed on application OoNUZTAT1N PUtt4tMtf i4iil l9f9ttlMOpMJi 4 = + 4 4 4 T 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 thaIMustrahCloths infavor SHOESHeres cnnallOilWUptodate BUSY BEE CASH STORE W D0OLDHAM CO 0- Osteopathic Physicians URMAN vvyYyye II him made Richmond the best market on Hides Skinp old Iron Bones old topper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there is on earth When other people can pay good prices Thurman can pay better prices always the high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market wj will buy thom all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES tr Thurman Grocery Co ljantf DEAL AT 00 Hurst BrosDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in r 10 Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O everuralls 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 Repst PHONE M 8 HURST BROS R J SPENGLER t 6 FOR Photographs Of the highest Order Visit the SJengler Ar t D lery Oar work has taken First Prize at different State Conrenttoni apri Sum bp e h A a A Cpeai iIearllrk rLexington Ky Subscribe for 4 The Richmond Climax I+ r tt Qp1y 100 Year a P1 1 r lr w1 I RICH M U N at fk fl t 0 siS 3 g k u l t P ft u fl J e 6 G c 0 0 Q e The Richmond Climax Preiident U1oDr8WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 1902 rUBLISHKllEVIKY WEDNESUAT BY The Climax Printing Go Ineorporat- eLANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce nON U 0 GILBERT as a candidate for reelection to CongreSS thl the Eighth Congressional Dburlct subject to the action of the Demo vrittc party We are requested to announce BOY e WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk euject to the action of the Democratic party We are authored to announce DAN H IirBCK as a candidate for Clerk of the Midt sot Circuit Court suoJect to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate for th nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir cut Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friends in the past favorably consider any claims th it I may have to the nomination and if nominated I promise to use all honorable means to reure my election andlf elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge lily dutka an Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I ao- ltesee fully S II THORPE Ve are authorized to announce GEORGE D W lilTS as a candidate for Clerk of the Sladi soil Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party THE Coronation festivities bogan t London Monday several hundred Ambassadors Envoys and Princes from all civilized and uncivilized lands being on hand We sent our regrets some time ago A WARREN county man kill ed his motherinlaw by strik ing her on the head with a stove lid He will get out of it by calling it an accidentas lie said he was throwing at his wifeGIT is said that Judge B L D Guffey will gee the Repub lican nomination for Judge of the Appellate Court again without opposition In choos ing a victim Judge Guffey may do as well as any other Republican in the State Freak FamilywSquire Lnnsford of Beren was in the ci y Mondtiv to attend Quarterly Court While hers he told the CLIMAX of a frvak cat family on his farm which Btiry might be doubted if it came from iiiiny another man less careful oi the tiuth He says that on last Saturday tie cat steve birth to two rabbits and tlraekittette all perfectly formed and h althv The eat was first discovered by the cqn ties little boy when there vre but one rabbit mill ono kitten in tI Led She was watched from time to tune and was never seen to leave the brii su that there can be no question but that she is the mother of the strange fa nil v Squire Lunsford says that one Sunday probably two hundred visited the place to see the cUt fit uily and all pronounced it tbe strang le combination over seen The kitItt is and rabbits are nil healthy young Ftrs and the Squire hopes to raise ti im all AVillgings line of wall papers from 3ts up is the largest and cheapest 110 book hous or peddler can equal same gite him H call 2t n LI tlBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY Did You Take advantage- of our W Jl Piper Offer last week You were fortu nate if you did but heres tofer Ifaco ior you JDO patterns of fine 22innl styleslthatusunllv 761 per roll There is just enough of each pattern fur onaor two rooms We Ittlle entire line this = ek at k lOandi5caRoII Remember outofnatesons patterns that have been sold down to short quantities and we take t ihismethodof closing them out CfiBraweriCo lIAjN ANI iCy I ILkS FAIft DEEP SEA DIVERS nder the Direction of Capt Louis Sorcho the Champion Deep Sea Diver of the World PUTTING ON TELEPHONE RECEIVERS AND KNIFE To Be Seen at the Elkst Fair and Carnival ULY 1419 IEADQUARTFILS UoiITEIJ COoiJoEIJERATF VETEIIANS Nit W ORLEANS LA MAY 29th 1902 J ENERL ORDERS No 288 Overwhelmed with grief tlec ill ty devolves upon the Gvnernl Cum manding of announcing to his comrades the death of the great Divine one of the illustrious Chaplains of t e Confederates in the Field nnd the dearly beloved Chaplain of Ilie5tlr vivors in peace the peerles citizen i ncompai able patriot faultless leader flawless man and their true and devo ted friend Rev Dr M 1llllmu r ho peacefully fell asleep on yesterday the 28th inst at 1250 p in at his hume in Nsw Orleans la and his gentle spirit passed over into te realms of Eternal Bliss and into that Life Everlasting the wondersof which ho has so often and so beautifully lie ured and so eloquently described to the eager and anxious ears of libtnitu thousands for over half a century In addition to the Official announce ment the General Commanding desires to express his own deep pereouil sor row at the demise of this truly great and good man his dear personal friend Guided by unerring instinct the- highcstsonso of duty and under the influence of divine inspiration he used his matchless gifts and powers so skillfully so beneficently and so well for the good of his people that the announcement of the death of this dis tinguished and beloved preacher will carry pain and sorrow to every hearthstone in the South where his name is a household word and the news will therefore be received by all in the dense of a personal bereavement His lifes work has been devoted to Christianity love charity pbilantbro phy patriotism and everything which was possible for the elevation and advancement of the human race and to powerful earnest and devoted have been his efforts and such a force has ho been that his death leaves a great void Inch it is doubtful will ever Le words of eulogy can do justice to his eminent services exalted character and good deeds the close of such life is a bereavement and an irrepa rable loss not only to his family to his friends tho Veterans his City State and county but to the human race for his mighty intellect and tireless energies were ever alert seeking to benefit his follow man so that hardly a day iu his life has ever passed that he did not perform some act of loving kind UESS which contributed to relieve those overburdened with sickness sorrow and care His record during the Civil War wa in keeping with his illustrious career in Peace An ardent believer in and champion of States Rights he advised and assisted tho young men of the South to prepare for the great War of the Sixties and sent them forth to bat tlo with a Gods speed and a fervent blessing and when the clash came and the thunders of Artillery were heart upon the battlefield he followed the fortunes of the Army of Tennessee ad ministering substantial as well as spir itual comforts and did everything in his power for the amelioration of his needy helpless and dying comrades lIe possessed every Christian and civic virtue and his noble ministra tioiis in the jwle halls of death and his boundless charities have been dispens ed for over half a century to tho poor and needy and to the rich and lowly alike to the stricken soldier upon the field of battle and to tbe gallant old survivors who are calmly awaiting the summons to join their comrades upon another and a more lustrous fisho I gloryHis constancy and devotion to the South and to her people and to the cause he loved so well were so intense that they partook of the romantic fer vor of the Crusaders of old and his eloquent burning orations upon South em soldiers and kindred theme form part of the lasting and most cherished literature of the South and it is not too much to say that his oration de livered at the Louisville Reunion is a masterpiece and ono of the gieatest orations of the ago A Christian soldier loving gentle sincere braVo and true he has gone to join the innumerable caravan in that Pavilion beyond tia Stars so eloquent ly portrayed by lllfl in his great ora than to his qomrados Itt the Louisville Hfltjnlon in whIch lip pa Hi Go4 cowpreltenslvtf plan MM In11tI iI breadth of all tIle ages The limits of time are overstepped and the threads broken by death are woven into a new fabric beyond the Stars Not till the vast tapestry is enrolled before us in the Pavilion above and the constituent figures are seen to be traced with an exquisite unity of design are we prepared to form a judgement of the whole His beloved name is enshrined in our affections and his great life priceless deeds devotion to Confederate memories and lifelong devotion to his fellowman are now the common property of mankind and will be the cherished treasure of those of his corn radts who survive him and will be an enduring monument to Ills name and fame forever The virtues of such a man are the common inheritance of all his influ ence will work on silently for good long after we have passed away and the United Confederate Veterans claiming their share in the deathless glory of his name and fame all crave permission to drop a tear upon his grave and to offer as a tender tribute the white flow ers of their deep and fervent love The General Commanding directs that all possible honors be paid to tile memory ityorderofJ GEO MOORMAN General Commanding Adjutant General and Chief of Staff Approved by order of Major Genl J M Povntz C D Pattie Asst Adj Genl Oil Service Examination The U S Civil Service Commission will hold examinations during Sep teirber and October in several places in each State to secure young men and women for the government service There are now 126423 positions in the classified civil service being an increase of 46736 in six years There were 7 972 persons appointed between July 1 1901 and April 15 1902 being at the rate of 10070 for the year There will probably be 11000 appointments next year Salaries at appointment vary from OOO to 1200 a year with liberal promotions afterward All appoint ments are fr life and for most poI tions only a common school education is required Politics or religion is not considered Those desiring to take examinations ol this kind can get full information about them free by writing t the Columbian Correspondence Col lege Washington D C and asking for its Ciril Service Catalogue for 1903 Now is the time to call on S L Midkifl for bargains in carriages hug gies phaetons road carts etc tf Condemned in Missouri and Confiscated In Rev York Judge Clarke of St Louis has convicted and fined heavily a number of grocers for selling baking powders con taining alum The week before the Health Depart ment of New York seized a quantity of stuff being sold for baking powder which they found was made from alum mixed with ground rock and dumped it into the river The Health Authorities are thus tak ing effective means to prevent the Introduction into our markets of injuri ous substitutes in place of wholesome baking powders As alum costs only two cents n pound there Is a great temptation for those manufacturers who make sub stitutes and imitation goods to use it Alum baking powders can be detected by the health authorities by chemical analysis but the ordinary housekeeper whose Assistance in protecting the health of the people is important can not make a chemical examination powdersare sold at from ten to twenty cents for a pound can or that some prize like a spoon or glass or piece of crock ery or wooden wareis given with the powder as an inducement As tim people continue to realize the importance of this subject and con sumers Insist eli having baking powder of established name suit character amine the health authorities continue their vigorous crusades the alum dan get will it is luped finally be driven from our homes hoepIngpneumonia but for Chamberlains Cough Remedy we would have had a himfromak1Fil oHagn1rE JIII i Jii i And Carnival Association m JULY 14lg Mote than 80 years practical experience in the paint business enables Willging to do your work best for tbe least amount of money 2t Kcatackrj War data Allowed Governor Beckham has just received a telephone message from Captain Cal beun at Wasbicgton stating that the 1300000 war claim of Kentucky against the government has been al lowed by the War Department Governor Beckham and Adjutant General Murray have been at work on the claim for months past 2 Herat Assign On yesterday morning Thomas Hurst and Ben F Hurst doing business as Hurst Bros who have conducted dry goods and clothing store near the L N depot for several years tiled a deed of assignment for the benefit of their creditors Messrs H H Colyer and Joe Bush were named as assignees Hurst Bros bare for a long time been considered among the most energetic and wideawake business men of the city and the assignment came as a great surprise to their friends everywhere Success ef FUsser aal lib Sand The reputation of Phmneys band which lisa been engaged at a great exapenile to play at the Lexington Elks Fair August 11 to 16 inclusive became national during his six months en gagement at the Worlds Columbian Exposition when millions of people representing every country listened to his superb concerts Since that time the band has played at nearly every large exposition national and political convention and celebration They have given over five thousand concerts and traveled more than one hundredS and eightyfive thousand mile The band will give concerts day and night at the Lexington Fair Cardw Unem Two ladies of this city while driving a spirited young horse one day last week ran into a telephone wire which lad been carelessly left in the street by the linemen The horse started to run and bad it not been for the timely atl sistance of some gentlemen who were passing a serious accident would have resulted The linemen should remem ber that while they have the right to work on the streets that others have rights that must be respected It is hard for the one driving to always be- no the lookout for loose wires and when it is necessary to leave a wire down there should be some one near to warn passersby of the dangerJA Knock From Jackson Three missionary women came up from Lexington on the noon train Monday ostensibly to make a raid on mountain heathenism their objec tive point being Knott county and their visits being annual From all reports the missionary tours of these women are really pleasure outings or frolics and are not a laudable consecration to a good cause This charge is openly made by those who are in tf pO- sition to know whereof they speak If this be true it ia a mockery It is publlicly known that they always their homes and made all manner ofe fun of the mountain people and their ways Under these circumstances the best thing they can do is to stay at home Jackson HustlereOrganized at Valley View Messrs Boucher Neal and Bush of this city went to Valley View last Friday night to organize a Young Mens Christian Association at that place Religious services have been held every Sunday afternoon far sev eral weeks past preparatory to the or ganization A great deal of Interest is manifested in the work there and the new Apsonlation will be one of the strongest in the county It starts with twenty two members The executive committee is composed of Messrs J T Howard J W Chanev Dr Bailey and George Hutchlnsoa The officers have not been chosen but will be elected in a few days Nice quarters have been secured It lathe object of the Associa tion to maintain a reading room and library for the use of the members County Convention The fifteenth annual Convention of the Mft ieon County Sunday School Association which was held on the University Campus yesterday was one of the largest and most successful conventions in the history of the Association The first session was held in the First Presbyterian church Monday night The principal speakers of the evening were Revs G A Burgess and B B Real Yesterday the conven tion opened in the chapel at 9 oclock Every speaker ontbe program re sponded and the addresses were all ex cellent Full reports were sent tip from each District Association and from all the schools in the county The dinner was spread on the campus there being enough and to spare so that none went away hungry The princi pal speakers on the program were Dr Hobson Rev Turner Prof Dodge Col Edgar Mrs Yocum Rev R B Neal Prof McGarvey Dr Ryals and Dr W H Dodge The financial reports of the Associalian were unusually good 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least hasbeonUtneisthe medical fraternity Catarrh beinjr a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca actinjdirectlysurfaces of the thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease patientlltf8ulhbybuildIng BfsUng nature iu doing its work The proprietors have so much faith mitt oncHundred testimola1sCOToledo5oldbydruiete75cRalla the bst 1m- Some people ecor oaalze by cuttl x off the necessaries sad hanging en to the luxuries wrJIgiveHal l1Stomeh tllitIIitNkkMIa ti PORTWOOD The correspondent nt Portwood has not been able for a few u ceks to show the Portwood items Mr TJ Portwood is on the mend after A spell of sickneps Misses Mary and Bessie are vis iting relatives in this town Corn is looking well in this section Miss Berthie Turpin of Red House is visiting her grand paronts here Misses Virginia and Ollie Amerino are v ry sick at this writing We are having a very nice little Sun day chool at Harris school house Every body is invited to attend Happy Time in Old Town We felt very Inippy writes R N ihuckletisArnica ItdelightseruptionsInfldlible Thomass drug store 1m byhisRead It la Mil ftenplperIGeorge Scliaub a man citizen of New constant reader of the Davton Vol paperimscolumns and when he saw Chamber tberAintor whofcrmost terrible pains in her back and conld get no relief He saysDAfter daysmyborn anew and before using the en tire contents of the bottle the unbeara e pains had entirely vanished and ilo could again take up her household andhopeehear of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by Stockton Hasan 1m Its one thing to invent an airship and another to raise the wind Notice to Creditors AH parties hayIng claims icalnst Dr C J Dale that arose prior to his asslgnmentare re bylaw15 1902 or same will be barred 18nn7w J TEVI3 COBB Assignee Mste Commissioner Ste- ff Jeff PlulagainstNotice of SaleIn Equity YVittne of a Judgment and Order of Sale of theAprilstyle cause the undersigned rill on Monday July 7 J902 Between the hours of It oclok a m and 12 oclock m at the Court House door in Rich CourtDaypropertyA TRACT OF LAND Situated In Madison county Kr on the thelandathers and containing six If acres more or Indebtdnesathe cost hereof of I TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six toKiTebondthe purchase money to have the force and Interestfaompurchasemoacy S E SCOTTJ- une U it II CMCC rTH- ELexingtont Democrat es THE ONLYS1 tDAILY t Democratic IPaper PUBLISHED IN THE A Blue Grass Region 4+ 4+ It Is especially devoted to elnocratScnews wit vor Subscription Price 500 a Year A 15 Cents a Week by Carrier 4+4 It W P WALTON MQRc SUMMER TRIPS TO- Michigan and Canada Mt Clemens Port Huron Point aux Barques AlmaSt Louis Mackinac Island The Snows Sault Ste Marie Charlevoix Traverse FrankfortontheLak- eMtjskpka Lakes Yellowstonii National Park and Colorado Resorts reached di rectvia C H Q DtrainsSleepingCars Direct Connection Madewitti Rail and Steamship Lines 4ia 1It Oh D G EDWIWD TM oNo4NN4Th O I0 t Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in every town and village Prices extremely low- Cecil Catron Junction City Ky TO THOSE t wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence t jt Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the tolloning places in Madison county Arbuckle flimmoni Searcr Hamilton- Jo C S Powell J W Masters J V Whitlock John Stapp Burton Roberts J WTeater J W Prewitt WearrenI R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Ruth ton Paint Lick- Wallaceton Berea Kirkiiville Half Rates to- Colorado Utahand the Black Hills And return via Big 4 Route ON SALE Tune 22 23 and J4 and July 1 to 13 1902 inc Round trip tickets to Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo and Glenwood Springs Colorado Salt Lake City and HltSprinJSISit Four points east of but not in eluding Terre Haute Veedersburj and Kt Anne at the rate of one fare for round trip Final Return Limit October 3J J902 For full information and particulars as to rates routes tickets limits etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address he undersigned Warren J Lynch W P Deppe GenPTA AsstG PTACincinnati Ohio Estill Springs 4 ++ ++ s+ + ++ White Sulphur and Chalybeate Io JQas Y 8cth 2- 9June a O Q 1st stJlantic It R and the Ken midstiIiItic Scenery Tile Vhi- teJ Sulphur is n specific tfor kidney troub- leJ the Chalybeate nature tonic Hot Sulphur Baths furtherIJ W R Thomas Uj Manager IRVINE KENTUCKY LADIESshould call for and see the new striped PAPERS being received at Willgings They are all the new fine Silks Satins and Damask finishes They are elegant but Will ging hasmade the prices so Very Cheap that cheapOther everythingfrom 3 up We are determined to be the cheapest and best in this State We make all kinds of Paints for all kinds of pur poses We give you the best for the least money Try us Our Window Shade Depart ment is complete We make shades to fit windows Yours for business fieo M Hlpg 209 W Main Will Paper Wii1dowSt turel J j LI 5tf i iI JF 1 I I Embroideries IrEl J19O2 i i ri We are showing the greatest assork L ment of Embroideries in all its attemptedI9 ior year t lion that will meet every want of the Lt l trade An idea of the magnitude this line can be found from the taot that we carry in stock over 800 Pllt El terns of Cambrics Swiss anti Nain sook Embroideries IiL11El The best German Torchon Lace on i1 the market warranted full 12 yards 3 icties wide atCc a bolt wider warrantedE3D Crochet Jace heavy thread in a woarinirlElayard We are also showing an ab new and uptodate highclass rEl selection of narrow English and El French Val Laces which are the laceh3EJ turg leaf and floral designs with raised outlines Very handsome Ic= fS effects Call in and see our line El Respectfully yours IHfritr3 iE3 tM E OWEN 1 McKEE 2j rIL M jj- GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHINGlli Jf Z Z We Overstocked Clothing Regardless of tJVJr Manufacturers Cost Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheap Prices IMPORTANT MOTHERSs READ THIS Bays Suits Boys ST1Jlif Good allwool three piece suits 3 to 8 years r x ft r C 0 ft t4 q r Jj f no are 5 Allwool 4 Allwool Best Allwool liChl This the cost the 500 coat and vest 1 149Suits 49c up you a assortment than all the houses aretWe the vho sell Alfred Cos LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY tr ft lt tt ft ft A rThu I tZ i1 fa9 0e Sri i ift Badly 4 + are daily at our and that is our of and Mount Floss and Braid is called to In this we can please tastes and have a largo to selectfrom If these goods I has just been and is know have goods at Is hat yqu want If so trade a wre err Mens Suits at Meus Flanuels at S4 Mens Suits at is about of Mens Suts pants to 700 tttWe can show better in togeii only house in ft A A A g Linen n New tloods arriving vast Emporium ofSprinlrGinghams Embroideries Etc was Unequaled line Bntteuburg Mellick Stamped Coronation particularly our readvm- jtdeSkirt Department line the most fastidious assortmentyou HIcattand examine completestock Matting received now plaetton worldselectyon youyou ttielatest uptodate Lowest that with Lee Smitha f z rirh atOOSatsk Xsk 1alt Cassimere trimmings TO clothing Lexington Lexington Benjamin clothing White Goods Insertions evorbrongilttoflichlnond New Prices bf 1i t1j C 0- 4I Af A I fr 1 t 1- 1Q 2 t O CU W CJ rn f- JT =o rn f J- prn1 2 0 f04 tto A l r 4 tl I t iTSW i TTTIt tt SEEDS 6 IWe have received fine lot of and invite you to call at our store and examine this stock before making a purchase This is the finest lot of German Millet ever brought to tJr Richmond t I I WOOL WOOL We also wish to pjrchase 71 WOL and guarantee to pay the highest market price for jpsame nt sell until you get our prices E DEATIIERAfiE CO Richmond Climax Ui I 21 ll02 r A ilkes Smith Dentist is over J B Stouffers s Gfeblf hades at Willuings JOcts 2t u s Mulkiir lo repair your ami maLe them good as tf uiplovs none hut expe a m and the best materi StJt 2t I iv A Sunday trains are be pular try them Lows tn all stations tf iUifT can supply you with vehicle you desire and always right Give him lf at lies clonks or in fact iis line needs repairing 1 K Lane His wolk is aprSO if i 10 cents each one IUikets 5 cents each ItT pound FEN CKXT STOHS in Government Bldg r in l trip ratosouLA Millers Creek ail other stations tf For RentViiiiiM and Livery stable rss R L JBXNINOB Paint Lick Ky Held Over ling trial of John Laffoon iiiriT was held before u List Saturday morning M r without bond initiate having any pa viiiiiin to do this spring it Ur ail vantage to call and y tic it wall palter and ii painting W L Leeds Exrtucky Chatitauquj v ion tho LiS A rail ikfHio Lexington June iI imltisivo with final at rate of one aud one i T tie round trip 1 Crescent Route Vthird fur the round i minis on the Queen t Tickets on sale July returning July Sth Ac nfJuly- W r Kimarson Q P A i i M Blanton Dentist Of Jletons drugstore I I LIft t Jiitj l o U 0Q 4 r 1j J ej 4 U rn ure German Southern Millet Seed i The best mixed paints at Willgings in all colors at reasonable prices 2t upLargetresh and new 2t- For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tl For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is COx2C4 and the other 100x300 For terms apply at this office rnch2Ctf Lost A Knights Templar charm engraved CommanderyLeave niay7 tf G W EVANS Have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf Elks Fair and Carnival Richmond Ky Jnly 1419 For above ccosion tho L A railroad will sell tickets to Richmond July 14th to 19th inclusive with final limit 21st at one fare bribe round Uip For Sale I other for sale my residence on High street Lot is 90 x220 ft with new stable and all neceSAAry out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in good repair audwill be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow Have just received one of the finest lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has over been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak lug a purchase in this line aptSO tf L E LANE Estray Heifer A black dehorned heifer or heifer cow weight about 750 to 800 lbs come to my place some time since and has since been cared for by the under signed Owner can have same by call lug and paying charges Clark Rice Juno Ii 3t Speedwell Ky Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kindcity 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 Bank it Trust CompanyC CUE AUIL and IJP EVANS apr16tf Real Estate lo My fatrons Having been notified on short notice to vacate the building aiidnot finding a suitable place to carry on my busi ness I have located an office temporarily in tho second building below the Methodist Church on Second street where parties can call and get their work from 10 a m to 4 p m until further notice is given I will begin galleryIJ Louis Schlegel doortotf Richmond Ky Hew Boildin Mr J II Powell has giyen the con tract for a new business house on Ir yesterdayW L Leeds guarantees nil work done by him to be firstclass Call and see his beautiful line of wallpaper U Teachers Examined The second examination of county school teachers was held in the Court- House last Friday and Saturday About twentyfive teachers took the examination It is not known vet how many of the lot secured certificates Fourth of July The L A railroad will sell tickets to alt points South of the Ohio and East of the Mississippi rivets July 2nd 3 and 4th with final limit July 8th at rate of one and one third fares for the round trip My stock of Jewelry cut glass etc was never more complete titan now and my prices will please every bodyaprSO tf I E LANE fiCllc The Sunday School at Concord will give a picnic Saturday June 2810 Mrs Bronstons woods noar that pace Friends as well as members of the Sunday school are invited to come and bring their bskcls Speeches by the Lion W B Smith and others Cheaper Than Going Barefooted 120 pairs of child reus and Misses tan oxfords good style toes dark shade sizes 8 to 11 and 11J to 2 Guaranteed all solid leather former price 125 will close out the lot at 50c a pair Come early and get your choice tf Rice Arnold Sidewalks The concrete floor in the front of the Court House which was laid last win ter has been condemned and is being torn up A part of the floor has been relaidA new sidewalk has been laid on Irvine street between Second and Third Closed The nianapei of the National Dental Parlors who located here a few weeks since have closed their office and returned to Lexington They found that the Richmond people preferred to stick to their friends at home rather than run after new things Strner By Lightning During the severe storm which occurred last Monday afternoon the house of Leslie Moore near the Pond church was struck by lightning The bolt ran down the chimney and melted the iron of the grate Mr Moores son age 12 who was standing near the fireplace sufleied a severe shock his foot being burned by the lightning The American Derby The American Derby the greatest racing event of the year was run at Chicago Saturday Twelve horses started and Wyeth a Kentucky horte finished first The value of the stake was 25000 of which the owner got 19875 Wyeth was bred by Thomas Stevens of Clark county who owns his sire and dam Stevens sold him a year ago for 10000 To Open the Street Since the B street alley from Water street to Main is to be widened there is a movement to open the street the reg uation width through to Irvine The question will probably be settled at the next meeting of the Council The opening of the street has almost bo come a necessity as a number of new buildings are projected for that section of town Queen Crescent Route Tickets to Minneapolis will be sold at rate of one fare plus 200 for round trip on account of the meeting of the National Educational Association July 7 to 11 Tickets on sale July 456 Good returning until July 14 and with privilege of extension until September 1st on payment of 50 cents A B Freeman T P A tf Birmingham Ala Contest The second annual elocution contest will be hed in Nicholnsville the last of Jnly The manager desires a repre- sentatIve from our city and the first young lady to answer will be given preference The first prize Is valued at 525 the second at So A dance will be given in honor of the contestants Address the Jessamine sews Nichol asvillc Ky 2- tS L Midkitf makes a specialty of putting on rubber tires Give him a tiial order tf We carry the largest and most complete line of SmJEsr to be found in Rich mond All the Upto Date styles Our prices are the lowestV The new and nobby thingsinVgfH1i l1MS- AND itcWtR A full and complete lineVof Ments Underwear Negligee Shirts Collars and Cuffs t tt RICE ARNOLD 4P VV- J 4b 0U u 4U u 0- C o tSU U C ou c csCiS rn urn 8 0u II Shooting at Ford Sam Chenault and Tom Bates both culored got into a difficulty At Boone Station near Ford Sunday afternoon- in which Bates was shot and seriously wounded Chenanlt was Arrested and brought here to jail Sunday night but was released Oil bond Monday It Is thought that Bates will recover Conililr to The FaIr The LouisTille Times of Saturday says There will be a joint meeting of special committees from the Elks Commercial Club Board of Tradp Merchants and Manufacturers Asso ciation and others at the Commercial Clubrooms at noonnext Tuesday The purpose ot the meeting is to arrange fora big excursion to the Richmond Elks Fair on LotiisvilU Day Satur day July 19 Located ia Frankfort Dr C A Fish of Louisville haT- ing flushed his term AS Interns at the City Hospital has located In this city for the practice of his profession in connection with Dr II S Keller Dr Fish is a Kentuckian haying been born and raised at Richmond and comes highly recommended us a physician of ability and skill lie asks n sbatftof the public patron apeefipecially of those using the Home opathic system We welcome him to onf city and wish him all auccesB Roundabout To roT theito James L Pence the well known houseraiser of Cincinnati The build- Ing will be rertoved from the present site at the corner of Irvine and B street one square South to the corner of Main street The work will com menie right away The site chosen is one of the best in the city and the new house will doubtless be very popular The managua have booked a number of good shows tor next season A new businesshouse will be erected at the Irvine and B street corner to take the place of the opera houso lib Worth Realized tar From Home The Financial Reviewof New York under date of June 18 contained the following complimentary notice of our fellow county man Hon C L Searcy OOT Beckham of Kentucky in nam fag those who are to represent this State at the coming International Min ing Congress at Butte Mont has chosen gentlemen who will commandre spect because of their knowledge of the subject at hand and among these may be noted Mr CiL Searcy a well known merchant of Waco Such a selection is directly in the beat interests of the State for Mr Searcy is highly esteemed and has a considerable ac quaintance in his portion of the State As to his business ability lie has de mon trated the possession of sound judgment and it may be safely assert ed that the success he has achieved is due to his own unaided exertions In touch with the interests of his section he huts been an advocate of whatever is designed to advance its welfare and evidently the Governor in naming him had this in mind District Conventions District Sunday School Conventions were held last week iti Foxtown Million and Union Districts TheFoxtown convention was held at Republican church Wednesday after noon Mr William Munday was elected President and Mi s Axie Black Secretary and Treasurer Addresses were made by Messrs Roy C White and C R Bouch er Rev Dr W H Dodge and Prof L V Dodge MILLION The Million convention was held at Valley View Thursday The Preb terian church was crowded through out the day A basket dinner was served and all who were present had an enjovable time Editor J L Sow ers was tile temporary Secretary Ad dresses were made by Rev J W lrather C It Brock C R Boucher L V1 Dodge Dr V H Hobson Rev N T Howard and Messrs J L Ams den and It U Minary of Versailles Mrs C D Turner and Mrs Jan Brool shiro presented papers which were read The officers elected for the ensuing year are C R Brock Pres Wil- lIam Jenkins Secretary and Treasurer U ION The Union Convention was held in the Baptist church at Union City Fri day Addresses were made by Revs E P Benton P C Eversole J L Sturgill Hugh McLellan and C II White of Missouri The officers elect ed for the year are John L Griggs President R F Scmdder VicePresi dent E P Benton Secretary and Treasurer Miss Smith Still Leads With Miss Bradley a Close Second The official count iii the contest for Queen of the Elks Fair and Carnival which took place yester day showed no change in the po sitions of those in the lead Miss Katie Smith of this city still leads with 868 votes Miss Bradley Lancasters fair candidate for the honor remains in second place although her supporters by their loyal work have brought her closer to first place which it is their evinont intention that she shall have Only eighteen votes now separate first and second place and a strong race with a neck and neck finish is promised The race is just started and there is yet time for a dark horse to win The result is never certain until the wire is passed But who will bo Queen of the Floral Parade See the count be low and boost your favorite Bul lots 5 cents each Misses Katie Smith 8CS Christine BradleyV 850 Florrie Cheuault 288 Mary Collins 100 SueHtime65S Carlisle ChonaultOS Nancy Royce 81 Sue Deatherago 26 Carlisle Walker 28 Bessie Lackey 22 Berthenia McCord 11 Mattie C Smith 15 Mary Shackelford 14 Anne Bennett 7 Emily Obeaimlt 2 C E WOODS T H PICKBM A B FARIS J J NEALE Committee WlUziBS trainee your pifltwrwl n the fffOfttr ttyfc ftt fcw prJc Iw iflefc W PERSONAL Hon U W Miller was in Stanford Friday Miss Carlisle Valker is visiting friends in Mt SterlingV Mr and Mrs J L Schlegel were in Louisville last neck Miss Florrie Ch uanlt is visiting Miss Louise Parrish in Paris Mr John B Chenault of Frankfort was in the city last week Jndge A Rollins hluriiam of Frank tort spent Sunday here Mr Clarence E Woods has been at Crab Orcbardfor several days Mrs Eila Farley has returned from a mouths stay at Crab Orchard Mrs Catesbv Woodford of Paris is the guect of Mrs Elizabeth Miller Dr I J Frazee of Lexington spent several days ill the city last week Miss Ruth Crowe is visiting her sis ter Mrs C G Crooks iu Danville Miss Hallie Hamilton of EaGlE county Is the guest oi Mrs A D Miller Miss Olivia Baldwin is visiting her sister Mm W 11 Shanks in Stanford Miss Belle Graves of Versailles la the guest of Mrs S Neville Moberley Mrand Mrs W D Ol ham have returned from a visit to relatives In Mt Sterling Prof John Burnam of Cincinnati University U the guest of Major C F BurnamMrs Jgar Turley has returned from a visit to Mrs Lander Davidson in LancasterMiss Me Roberts of Danville was the guest of Miss Julia Higgins this week Messrs John Jay Williams and J Quincey Word of Paris were in the city Sunday Dr R M Parks of Louisville has ben the guest of friends in the city for several days Mrs Cassius M Clay Jr of Paris is visiting her parents Major and Mrs John D Harris Mrs Charles Stoll has returned to Lexington after a visitTo her sister Mrs Dudley Tribble Mr Ned Booker of Louisville has been this guest of Dr Harry 11 Blan ton for several days Miss Lillian Brbee and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead have returned from a visit to friends in Stanford Mrs Thomas Phelps left Friday for Huntington W Va to visit Gen and Mrs John Hooe Russell Mr John T McClintock returned to New York yesterday lIe expects to iiail far Guatemala in a few days Mrs R C Morgan has returned to ber home in Lexington after a visit to her daughter Mrs C M Kellogg Mrs Lucy Wooten aud Miss Mary Belle Miller of Winchester attended the funeral of Mr S B Hume Sunday Rhodes S and John Browning Terrill the little sons of Mr and Mrs R B Terrill are visiting relatives in Law and Lee White en tertained last Monday evening In lion or of their guest Miss Annie Turner ofMissouriMr Mrs James D Winn of Winchester were here Sunday to at tend the funeral of Mr Stanton B Hume Dr and Mrs McFerran Crowe and little daughter Elizabeth of Versailles tere the guests of Mrs Elizabeth Crowe last week lion E Tutt Burnam and wife areI guests of hits brother Judge A lins Burnam Wapplng street Frank fort Roundabout Mrs Anne Walters and Miss Dovie Letrher are the guests of Mrs W S Montgomery in Lexington- Mr Fred S Minier of Highland Kansas who has been the guest of Mrs J Speed Smith left yesterday for a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr J Jennings Greenleaf who graduated from the TAW school of the University of Virginia last week has re tut ned home for the Summer Misses Pearl and Elizabeth Miller and ueice Miss Katie Anderson of Indianapolis mdare guests of Mr and Mrs A D Miller and family Mesdames J M BirdwbisUll and Nannie Feland gave a barg party Tuesday in honor of the latters daugh ter Miss Janie of Richmond The excursion went as far as Oregon the greater part of the day being spent at Mr C E Bonds summer house at the mouth of Clear Creek Woodford coun ty Anderson Ne- wsRLIG1OLJS Rev WE Furr of Pinevllie will preach at Whites Station next Sunday June 29- Rev II G Turner will preach at Kavanaugh school house next Sunday afternoonThe Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church has set apart tomorrow Thursday to be observed as a day of fasting and prayer Servi ces will be held in the First Presbyte- rIan church at halfpast four oclock BIRTHS HILL The home of Mr and Mrs James M Hill was made happy last Wednesday by the arrival of twinsa hoy and girl DEATHS BAuseMr William Baum a well known young business man of Mt Sterling died suddenly in hw store in that city Friday He was a son of former Mayor Baum and was one of the lead lag business men of the couLty Mr Baum was a brotherinlawof Mr B E L IJiggeistafI of this city SAMCEUS Miss Mamie Samuels aged Eighteen died at the home of her Barents Mr and Mrs Clifton E Sam ttels in this city Sunday afternoon She had been ill of consumption for about six months The funeral was conducted by Rev Hugh McLellan yesterday Interment in the Richmond cemetery HUME On Thursday morning Jnrie 19 Mr Stanton B Hume passed away lifter a lingering illness of many months When his health gave way lie was taken first to Asheyille N G and later to Colorado Springs by loving friends with the hope of prolonging his days but the Master had called him and no earthly skill could keep him He was laid to rest Sunday afternoon in the Richmond cemetery In the presence of a largo concourse of friends Mr Hume t second son of W S and Eugenia Burnam Hume was born An gust 20 1863 at the old Burnam home ReaL Silver Creek now ocanpiod by Kr EaekW BleJd AfrorH preparato r eOucfttfoar was completed at Yale He was mar ried to Miss Pattie Miller in October 1889 Of their three children two with their pother are left Ills mother three brothers Mr B B Hume W S Hume and Dr Euirene Hume and two Bis ers Mrs Harvey Chenault and Miss Sue Hume mourn for him In his death Richmond loses one of her substantial citizens and Madison one of her progressive business men In the long line of employees who did him honor on Sunday afternoon many of the heads were bowed to show the same tender sympathy that he had shown iu their days of darkness lIe was a genial companion a sympathetic friend and a true gentleman with all the other manly attributes which wore his birthright CIIBNAULT Mr David Chennult Jr diedat his home in this city Saturday afternoon after a lingering illness Mr Chenanlt bad been in declining health for many months and for weeks his family and friends have had no hope of hio recovery During the winter he went to Arizona hoping that the chnngo of climate would be beneficial but after remaining three months he returned sad since that time his decline has been rapid The funeral services were conducted by Rev Edmond Bur nam and Rev Hugh McLellan at the home on Fifth street Monday morning after which the burial took place in the Richmond cemetery Mr Chenault Was the second son of Robert and Jose phine Cavins Chenault and was about fortyfour years ot age His mother was a native of Clark county and was closely connected with the Prewitts and the Gays of Clark and Montgom ery At an early age Mr Chenault attended Centre College After leaving college he went into business with the late John A Huguely of Boyle at Bur gin theirs being the first store ever built in that town Returning to MatH ison he bought his fathers farm on which he lived for a number of years After moving to town he was for about twelve years one of the leading business men of Richmond Four years ago he became manager of the Elliston Mills which position he held until he was forced to retire on account of ill health n year ago While living at Burgin Mr Chenault married Miss Su die Elmore of Mercer county who with two children Miss Nellie and Robert Jr survive him In the passing of David Chenault the county loses a splendid citizen He was an upright man in all his dealings with his fellow men in every sense a Christian gentleman and one whom anyone might be proud to call his friend He was a lov ing father and an affectionate brother and was a friend to all who knew him Besides his wife anti two children he leaves four brothers and two sisters to mourn his loss Messrs J C D M and Harvey Chenault Sr of this county Mr Tandy Chenault of Shelby Miss Earle Chenault and Mrs Erans of this county Wanted Several gray foxes male and female Address Clay Gateskill Escondida Kentucky St Low Rates via L N Sl25 to Crab Orchard and return ev cry Saturday limited to return following Monday 150 to Cincinnati and return Sunday June 29 leaving on fast line at 352 Low rates West Returned to Richmond Mr Fred L Giinstead who was trans ferred to Lexington about four months ago has returned to take charge of the Adams Express office in this city Mr Q L Sparks who has had charge of the local office during Mr Grinsteads ab sence has gone to Scott county Attention Elks The members of the Richmond Lodge of Elks are called to meet at the Lodge Rooms at 2 oclock Friday afternoon The parade will form at that hour for the march to the Campus where the great game between the Lancaster and Richmond Elks will be played W C I Announcement The CLIMAX is at work on a hand some catalogue for the Walters Collegi ate Institute ot which Prof James T Barrett formerly of South Salem 0 is the newly elected principal The Board ot Trustees of the new school ex press themselves as pleased with the outlookand are confident of a success fu year Prof Barrett expects to canvas the whole county in the interest of the Institute during the summer Will Consolidate The C 0 July 1st will consolidate all its Kentucky branches under the name of Lexington Big Sandy R R Company The names of the various companies are Elizabethtown Lexing ton Big Sandy the Kentucky South Atlantic Ohio Big Sandy and Ohio River Charleston The Elizabethtown Lexington and Big Sandy is the division of the C 0 road and runs from Lexington to near Ashland The Kentucky South Atlantic is locally known as the Mt Sterling coal road The Ohio Big Sandy was formerly the Chattaroi and run up the Big Sandy river Youve Got to Hurry if You Want to See the Great Game The greatest baseball game of the season will be plaved on the Campus next Friday afternoon when a picked team from Lancaster will cross bats with the Richmond Elks1 team It will be a Mother Hubbnrd game and there viII bo fun for everybody There will be a grand stteet parade before the game the being loomed of the members of the Richmond Lodge of Elks and otherorders headed by the- Hichmond Mhiitaiv4Iand Tho game will be at The follow ingis the lineupV n LANCASTER Catcher GovftBradley PitcherLandramV First BaseBurusidesVSecond Base Beasley Third Base Francis Short StopWmV Doty Left FieldDennyV Right FieldWalker Center Field Sam Denny RICHMOND PitcherQke mnB iJ Catcher Ei DeatLorttgaJi Flr tiJ orevhiCb1iU r Second Base Warfield Bennett Third Baso Tom Smith Short Stop Harry Blanton Center FieldJim Crutch r left FieldClarence Woodsy Right FieldPet e Denny Senator McCraarjrTSIHpitcli the firs ball forthe local tfcaint white Uov Bradley will open the game for Lati easier Amoncf the other prplnfneTitr players will beHoiu Ji T svJ obbJ E Greenleaf Grant E Lilly Harfb Crook G W PickeUWVB Smith Hugh Cblyer KevHfi Turner antI Harvey pop lk Tile rimj ljWwilVj e BBV RUVg1IV4Tj411 IRa eijQnll 1 VV VV 78ALL STYLES OF r OVERALLS Some with bibs Some without 7 YYY7r 7J717 Best warranted 51 a18hs ox1 e Cents ingotBig bargains Shoes f j r SELLERS WORN BY MAN OR Y TW c IN ea8 8 D80c 0 3 0 0 I 0 o 0 0 I E AND 8 0 8 o fl 0 0 O S S S S S S S S e a s o 0- tl1J = OSCO QCGc s Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers Children 65 75 and S5c Rjthchildst Patent Upper Strap for Children 05 85c 4 Ladies Strap Sandals 9Sc Patent Leather Vici Manisli Oxfords I 2 l Rothchilcls Men Chrome Kid 4 styles branded our priceV Moccasins lOc red tan blue 25c 1 dp are Showing a large line of at 800 and that beequaled 1 f r ft J J 0 25c 8 i r You are invited to inspect our DEPARTMENT Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade gjj How lo Avoid Trouble is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle of Chamber Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the or in your busiest samson It is everywhere admitted to be the most medicine in use for bowel complaints both for children arid adults No family can to be without it For saleby llagau 1mnV A girl with a good flcur may often display shockingly bad form Summer is hot always about by change of air and water The u to ue generally to over as unripe fpjits etc and ice water all accompanied by painful bowel discharg es and if not checked results serious Iy Perry Davis t laiiikibler is the only purely reliable remedy 25 and Soc It takes a certain amount of push to eemI master a wheelbarrow Cramps Dysentery Cholera Jlorbu- sdiiirboea and indeed all bowel com Iaiuts relieved by Terry Dav- Is Painkiller a safe sure and speedy dire for all thu troubles named Ev reputable druggist keeps a supply Each lull Avoid substitutes there Is but one Painkiller Davis 25 and SOc The clock never strikes for shorter hours VA puny child Is always an anxiety to the parents seems generally no reasonwhy the little one should bo ietwlierfitiJ well fed But theft ct II oes not matter how uiucli fOglrtltelflhlld takes if the stom cn cx tmet tIme nourishimemit ItVNo benefit can bo derived fom just eating That is the coudi ton of many a sickly child ibo bloui acli amid organs of digestion and nutri t on are not doing their work and tho really Ills little use t 3 fIsh foods like cod liver oil 01 gtnulsibps in such case because thcee also have to be they may the labor but thirty out stren thClit is what the stoiraeli Dr Piorces Gol hen Medical Discovery strengthens time liomacbTiburishes the nerves and in leases the action o the blood makingl- andeV It IS to every other reparation for childrens use on ac jount of its body building qualities iud because it is to time a bowaliara irregalar They ara small t ai1 Jt K EXTRA OVERAllS At 50 Cents Values in Madison CountyVExtra good clothmade full and roomy every Seam double sewed and VThese are great quality and worth coming miles to get oie 10 xt kocVjIt Summer Work Pants tAt45 and 50 Fit look right wear right and cheaper than homemade besides theyhsave the women folks lots of work in mak are these at 45 and 50c Work Socks ShirtsVGloves Hats Suspenders and everything Jelse good and strong for worl wear IaV I lkiTOP QUALITY BOTTOM PRICES IOVINGTON BAJKS OF EVERYTHING BOY 1L pT XT Y T iLUrAS BARGAINS f IiidSrIfO4E ISP ii tuIJ SLIPPERS ioeoeeeQO0for 50 Two Sandals and Patent Vamp 125 150 and 198 Ladies Vamp jnewest shapesSunrise to7worthS2ourpricergkj Shoes kJ 8250 lWJ Infants Infants soft sole Shoes white black CLOTHINGrWe SUITS 1000 cannot H OScIOScVto Window Shades fBtiINMILLINERY Now Remedy night successful afford Stockton Complain brought ctavathinno- arojustassusceptibie diarriu drinking quickly directions Psrry There firora tpdyls starving digested lighten stomachs Strength needs superior pleasant whiskyI riqreJta 1lJt1l1 right thats 175 It fi 4 Baby Caps JOc to Misses Hats 25c to 250ILadies Hats 75c to E v ELDER 4EVt e J L WATSON j 18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Extraordinary Offerings THIS WESt THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE HOUSE 11 Lawns and Dimities Frenchy styles sheer and beautiful worth 20c this week 12Jc French Madras Gingham a typical fabric for a shirt waist suit this sale 20c Colored Ginghams in pretty stripes LightJftal For The Sweet Girl Graduate 1 If JifJJ tJJfJtJJofJjfof productiouV JJtwjff and Skirts till 5 A Beautifully tailored and finished in best styles all this seasons A I fashion iud shape every garment guaranteed a perfect fit This if ISalkingSkins4tol0 W c J L WATSON LEXINGTON S20NUPPERf KYV t A VwReliable GoodsFair Dealing Bottom Prices I eapmciallywaerts sleek of Stcriling Silver Jewelry and Cut Glass because she knows their guarantee is behind every artlelo Calland see us whether you buy or npt i VICTOR BOGAERT I MANUFACTUFIIGLJEWiI fJD IMPORTER KYI i I 1t u ii s w r i- w cu 1JLJIiofI ANI1N1HA14 TER4 ilireIf yon want to flnvl a cXod home in Texas where Jjl crops are raised and where e pros per write for a copy ofou hand3ome booklets Homes In the South west and ThroughTrfiaswItb a Camera Sent freeuiolany body who Is anxious to better bis condition ww a- I r d Free Reclining Chair Cars JU ALL SMP0KTAWT TEXAS POINTS Double Daily Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS CHOGTAW FLYER e Memphis to Little Rock 4 6 Memphis to Hot Sprints 6 Piillasn Soret Slrepli Cars and Fret Redfnlni Chili Cars on all Trains Eulmtnt Unsaraaisel Superb Scrilcc Ticket Bain FRANK V GRIFFITH T P htTen F BLACKMAS T T ChacCnooia TenD- S L PARROT T A Atlanta om H LBE O F a ltiiiioek Ark r r I pTnT1a4 FR TPA CIHCIH1UTIOBIO to WIBEAUE PI A ST LOUIS II Profit Sharing The Cincinnati EnquirerClotS OBI de 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to ore making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for 2n exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate o cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SQC for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this 3rofitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformmy with rules and regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER TROFITSHARINQ BUREAU IV x 716 Cincinnati O r T h Louisville Henderson tndSto 1LoUi Railway Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES TO T- ilEWEST Tickets on Sxlc First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points voo vssgv v For Further Informotlor Address GARRETTt Agent lJ T Ith PILGHER I GO c L J IGenLO ILLEKYf I 71Lexington 98 Cents Skirts 50 White Pique Skirts made with flounce and deep hem at bottom of flounce worth 150 for 98c 59 Cents Skirts 75 Bine and White Polka Dot Duck Skirts worth 75c 59c 25 Cents Skirts 100 Crash Skirts orth 50 cents each for 25 cents each 275 Pique Skirts This Skirt is made with double flounce and one row inserting or single flounce and two rows inserting They are worth 8350 each but go at 8275 139 Choice Line of Polka Dot Duck Skirts in Blair or Blue double orsingle flounce Cheap at 175 but theygoat139The stock of Woolen Skirts are being sold at less than cost Full line Lawns and White Goods 50c yard up T J PILCIIER for CO7WMin ++++ ClLL AT + 44+ JONES JlERSllN SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Qeaulae Saratoga Water Kept Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND JTT MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY U8ING Dr Kings New Discovery FOIt Consumption Coughs and Cords Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c S1 Trial Bottle bit Ralaandiwett have po effect oa harness treated with Eureka Har ness Oil lire damPjloeep No rohrface to cirand cut The I birneii not only keeps- lookiurlik i new bat- wears twice aslongbytb me of Eareka Harness OiL Sold crcrywhere in cans allslies Made Standard Oil Company LOW RATES West VIA B 8t O S W San Francisco and- returnaccount Imperial Council Mystic ShrineTi- ckets will be sold every day to June 7 1902 Biennial MeetingKnights of Phthias Tickets will be sold August to inclusive Portland Oregon Ancient Order United WorkmanT- ickets will be seld every day to Juno 1ln clusive 1WZ Denver Colorado Sunday School- Convention Tickets will be sold June 21 to 23101902 Tacoma7Washington Young Peoples Chris tian Union United Pres byterian Church Ticket will be sold July 15 to 20 Inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah Benevolent Protective Order Elks Tickets will be sold August 6 te lnclnslve1902 For particulars iIecping car space etc call on any agent BOSWor o p MCCARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio For Spring 1902A White Cotton E Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Charnbrays Shirtingsc Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts Whlt AND Gi bso i RICHMONt1tY o 1 ti 1 JJ7 b 1 New York Fashions There is a great can for laceentire gowns capes scarves jackets and trim mings galore Colored linen pique cham bery and fanc gingham make appropriate shirt wpists for morning wear- Transparent stocks are the proper caper Soft materials requiring no starch are in finitely preferable to the stiff linen collar Pongees are the smartest dress stuffs of the year It is the correct fad to strap gowns Straps panel off the skirt divide rind intersect the bodice andoutline the flounceNo end of Oriental jewelry may be worn with a gown of pongee silk The long heavy shaft of tile swell parasol is usually of ornate wood tipped with an agate ball finely colored and highly polished Among dainty accessories of smart dressing shown at Lord 4S Taylors are chiffon sashes and boas delightful stocks with belts to match neck bows of white and scarlet tulle and white tulle with black chenille dots Two other highclass nov elties shown at the same house are A ribbon neck boa intermingled with ribbon roses and sashes of rather wide black velvet edged with lines of openwork The tuliptop parasol has upright petals surrounding the tip All sorts of flowery effects appear in millinery The hat for dress is either composed entirely of blossoms or piled high with posies One of the most important new points of fashion is the ribbon vogue It is utilized in a diversity of original ways and demonstrates at every turn and twist a new capaci ty for adornment Red is regnant A wide majority of the modish hats show crimson beriies in bunches and roses and grapes of a tinge of red which have no counterpart in nature White Suede gloves are worn with washable gowns A new variety of evening glove which washes as readi ly as a cambric handkerchief is of silk and lisle and comes in lengths from eight to twen tyfour buttons Some stylish gloves are a mesh of laceworkfrom shouL- der to knuckle For evening wear accord ionplaitedskirts are espec ially favored- A pongee silk parasol in natural shade lined with pale rose silk with handle of Vene tian glass and a tiny silk tas sel pendant from the point of each rib is considered the very top notch of elegance The most fashionable laces combine both black and white specimens and the applique work is surpassingly elegant The fashionable woman of today is the comfortable wom an She wears beautiful un derCothing which conforms to all the iaws of health both in pattern and quality and finds the lovely 11 G cor set her best friend It adapts itself to every line and curve of her body with a pliant firmness which stays yet re lieves it of strain friction or pointLyonsliked aseverMany white frocks have soft Marquise stocks and girdles EVELYN CABLE Time seems rmost untimely when brings a woman to the turn of life Life is or should beat its ripest and beat for approaches herknowledgewomen at this season forfearFavorite Prescription is used cheerfulnessof preVentedDr Pierces FavorjtePrucriptiOli is womans a wonderful diseasesDiseasesfailed to cure have been perfectly and FavoriteRI feet it inj duty to write you aa I have youyed1cinesays havettkeuJlefon1NpalM ill my head asd io tile neck UllthongbtlwottldtoKmrBiind Now I can PreSciiptiontoali 4haveFavorite Prescription baa the teati away of d4of women to its diseasesD414 iOi4 It Nr tIIt m 1f d tpfpIhli signature la oneverytx of the genuine Laxative BromoQiJinine Taweu the remedy that cures a eU in one day iTho man who talks wliliout thinking is a less valuable man than the man who thinks and keeps JUs own counso Steps the Cough and Works oS the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets curea cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents =It U not what y u Jut what your neighbor drinks that constitutes intemperance 1Takecure is on emit ox 25 centif Many a inan with a good scheme InrliN the required nerve to push it through Tetter SaUKlioiiiinnd Eczcma The Intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is fristantly allured by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad Tascs have been permanently cured by it Jt is equally efficient for ibhing piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr IIIII Condition Fonder are jnst what a horse needii when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a hone in prime condition PriM 25 Tents per packageIIf you were called on to choose be tween tli3 liar and tIe hypocrite you would lose by choosing either One Box Cures EczemaI I had n very severe rase of eczema ami tried several remedies given rat by different drufrtjiets hut they did not give me aatitif action Mr ISynlann Tee ominpnded your Remicke Erniji Cure and it gave me insant relief and one box cured me tlr the diwnse nOricar tchillillJ WSTSHW Illinois For sale by K L jMiddlotun 5imiely When parties become the most cor rupt the leaders make the nolsest pre tense ot patriotism A Real Friend II suffered from dvspopsia and indi gestion tor fifteen yearn says W T Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N O After I had tried many dictns and med icines to no avail one of aiy friends per suaded me to try Kodol It gave im mediate relief I can eat almost allthing I want now and my digestion is good I cheerfully recommend Kodol Dont try to cure stomich trouble by dieting That only further weakens the system You need wholesome strengthening food Kodol enables you to assimilate what you eat hv di gastine it without llieetcinachsald 1m Few critios ever get what they aro entitled to in this busy world Of what tInes a bailtaste in your iiiouUi remind you It indicates that your stomach is in bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing so good for such a disorder ns Cham berlains Stomach lAyer TubJotsaf ter having once used them They cleanse and invigorate the stomach nil II regulate the bowels For sale at 25 cts per box by Stockton Hagan 1m Confidence is a stron hand but each always lisa the atm Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile Indian Win pIes hut worse yet is a body thats polluted by constipation Iont permit it Cleanse your syo1em wiili Dr Kings miseryTheygood digestion fine appetite Only 25c at Perry Thomass drug aloru 1m The surest way not 10 find trouble is not to go looking for it Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water roLes It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the preterit year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 100 feet on illu minating gas furnished on awlalter Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price offcas from 200 to 175 I6rBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not ho allowed to any person wL o fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER t LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 If Without Police Protection Mt Olivet TribuneDemo crat Although a good crowd was in town Monday and con siderable drinking was no ticeable there was not a dis turbance to mar the peace and tranquility of the town until about six oclock in the even big when some misunderstanding about a horse trade come near precipitating a general riot and loss of life Three persons were injured one by the slash ofa knife across the throat that barely missed the jugular another had a bad gash cut above the eye and still another had a finger almost amputated About a half dozen persons were struck with stones or other hard substance and knocked down Judge Ken ton appeared upon the scene and finally succeeded in quell ing what would probably have resulted in a bloody and dead ly riot A large glass in Tomlin Bros store was brok en by a stray stone that miss ed the man at whori it was thrown Altogether it was a breezy time on thej streets andstepsshould be taken to prevent a repetition Women and children liVi in Mt Olivet as well as jhen and are entitled ta som protection The first trIPe a bride haa qnairel with her lord arid master a0 asks him to ask her to forgive him iUsually the mali atilt fefltl of the house is at4II rQQtt dI fa1ihi The more a man knows Uiat Bhoul1 h forgotten te better lilA emory i- saq rtl GI tlt ivc it ROUEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells tho story of tho overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses lencorrhcea and falling of the womb result front overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WItiEOF tDUI is doing this for thousands of Ahicrican women today Itcured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank loiter Olendeano Ky Feb 10 lOOt I am glad that your Wino of Cardnl- In helping me I am feeling better than I bare felt for rears I am doing own work without any help and I washed last reek and was ono bit tired That hows that the Wine It doing me good I am getting fleshier than I ever was before and sleep good and eat bearty Before I began taking Wine at Cardnl I used to have to lay doirn five or six times every day but novf do not think of lying down through the day MBS HICUABD JONES 8100 AT DRUGGISTS Tar advice literature a4dnie JlTIf ysp tom MThe idie Advvy vChitUnooji Iodide Co aaftsnoeg Tees Lrmr QamS eW it BUSINESS PROPOSITIONAndrew a check C and makes It good Cora million thats Capital John irnrbfrdlpr a barrel of Oil for sa and sells for10thstBflUsinC A man digs a well 90 feet deep for 20thats La bor Edison takes a cylinder and makes It talk that Ingenuity t Marconi takes an Instrument with out wires and makes it talk 1WO mlksthals Brains Jhe Drnegist thoIfI public it will stop the hair from fall Ing and remove dandruUthat a Godsend sJPrice 25c Per Bottled IfForSale f E C ByJManufactured by c CHILDS DRUG CO Ktw York City Lexington Ky S S O PorSale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments- A J W Webber Berkley Ky SI38 26 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N O Brandon Co Dexter Ky 33If J It Young Son Olascow Ky 10 Wm Kuepilen Milton Ky 2841- I N Mt Sterling Ky 2- 8FerdinandSchuble Louisville M 09 Uobt W Owens Loulsvll e 14 00 It J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Ky 560 A Austin Uockport Ky 13611 Semi bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D 7myCt lem Low Rates Queen and- Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW + +4 Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 18 Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 1014 Knights of Pythias- San Francisco Cal August 1112 +Finest train service in the world Low rate tickets Rood on all limited trains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets read via Qneen Crescent Route and thereby get Rood service apr23 tf Of Vital Interest WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of tho 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 nudidjoining coun highestCASHWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a producethat wo propose to lead In this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Depot2t1janly 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 Charlevoix TraverseGit FrankfortontheLak- eMuskoka Lakesl ellowstoeNatjonji Park and Colorado Resorts reached di- r rectvia C H OtrainsSleeping Direct Coonection Made with Rail and Steamship Lines Ask forTlootletcn SumnterTrips DG EDW RPFT ltL OHtOlHItIAtltOHIO n t toii11 t1tic nilrou DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE BICIIMOND or a m 605byville m SISSForTRAINS ABBIVB BIOHMOND From Louisville LexlngtoraudlllStam Cincinnati Pm From Irvine 20pjn From Millers CreekM 830 am C M BKOWNIlfG lien Mgr Notice to Creditors All parties haT log claims aatn t the estate of Mrs Bethseba Adams deceased are quested to file same on or before June2S prop trly verified or same will be barred Those knowing themselves to be la lebted to the es state are requested to call ant settle It 0 ADAMS mty2t ti Admlnlstartor DR FHBERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged Thero Is JI cure for you If necessary trite lrlie has spent a lila tlmo curing Just cases asyours All consultations Your Kidney and BacUacuo Cure has cured two very bad cases anong our customers tho past year whom the doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland Ia Drusslsts SOc II Ask for Cook BookFree Cure Circular Dr ST VITUSDANCEsure FredonlaNY UREY D G Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mango Eczema Distemper and Fits and all the illb dog flesh is heir lo Dr Johtisona Flea and Shampoo Soap is the onlv ting recap on tho market guaranteed to kill fleas For sale by PERRY THOMAS mu26tf KG IDID- yspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food Itgives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The rnostsensltlve manythousandscured after every thing else failed la unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomach thrive on it First dose relieves Adietiunnecessary Cures all stomach troubles OhlcaJO1hoFor sale hy Perry Iliomaa U TH- ELexingtonC Democrat I oIIS THE ONLy DAILY- Deniocralic Paper f JPUBLISHED IN THE If Blue Grass E egionJ It is especially devoted to the interest of the Cemocrat C Ic party and lees ill the news wit TCr Subscription Price 500 a Year u1Cents a Week by CarrierJ JfJ MG5c rr Plan Now For Colorado ii The Burlin tons lExtensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rates to Col orado Resorts that have evel been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Manitou as 52100 Ir StLoulll15OO from Kansas City 2500 Irom Chicagogoodal summer plus2OOrounJ Cheap to Pacific Cot Too May 27th to June SlhAirctst 2d to 8th Round trip gouf CO clays variable routes from St Louis l750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri Klver 51500 onlytl00land first class Rood in ijHiair cars seats free standaid qfeepers or curlloJlscbi SaltLakeCool Minnesota antIlCStSUlIlllCr ralesApply or trj3Ltyestiierto ntlvIsleast orpaW itrpetCinelnsatit C M II 1EYEYlIetteJiiltr WAfttlYr1 PNy het- IIoi1M r IIr Comein And Examine This Range We think AVe cnn COllvillrwIB better JPVevfnce you of his ad Ilit r far better ban Har The Majestic I Is made of Malleable Iron and von warp or break like a cast stove Corn and see for yourself Cultivator At the right prices A few Tongue Cultivators at J 6 Others from J 5up Screen Doors at Your Own Pric Tin work and repair work promptly done by an experienced work- manArbuckle Simmon Majestic Headquarters W M r y yv f1 Q room m Q fi k 0 1 lsIIIIt is time you were thinking all tyour c rt t fe and therefore it is time to think us You cannot be too partku O about your You want a large and varied stoc t to select from You want wiiu variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service antirabove all you want the right price s We are prepared to meet allrthese wants in the fullest measun and earnestly ask an inspection cv our stock WOldhamCor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND lulyally KENTUCKY IX le IeI Save Money Pifromi crease We prove to each patton that f Vy only get the BEST GOODS IN M but the LOWEST PRIO SOnce you Ira with us always our friendaud patron Give a trial order and we will prove our al Iity please We pay HIGHEST MARKET o for all Country Produce and Beef IlithRmember if you want the best Groceries at In est Prices call on us C Keller Building LOUISVILLE KY Teaches the only Scientific Method of We do not say that wemay tJeveope wyour muscles but that we ten night before retIring or upon arising In the morning Using onr method only Thousands have been relieved ot constipation Indfgtstion are and Uf trouble We can and JUdo the same two week S not to the entire t ther an easy carriage This is the only melt tion Our method giving full instructions complete for 3 00 RAYMOND Instructor NO m WIi n r a FURNITURE beforeplacingyourortlf THEI PRCr POWELL BROS Raymond Physical Development Physical Culturl rtqnllwephiliP8pureonIyhardenourmuscleebntgive6trenpthadvfKor tleelorkindly Cmar3DJEAN 1 ERYE- ARIjjjjjjjjjj TIviir l ASI CAR LEHor1fi ANIINQIAN TER4 ArebstreaeIby the Co ton ieft ichlinet runs two trainsday Ito M rnphi to Tcxas- vithoit change these t i ci er reach I dirccormake close tonnecv 0 1oraIpariso1TexasOh0 I I andIdianTerTit0rYI i9 ii fi S ITArOIIO7J4 AV I4HRYPOT AO ffHILLS OIGANA 0ATSVtL wC If yon wantio Bnd a cod home In Texas where VjliT crops are raised and where Ic prosper write foracopy of handsome booklets Homes In the South west and ThroughTciaswItb a Camera Sent free to any body who Is anxious to bellelr his condlUon I r FreeReclininq Chair Cars Lanuruli IV All IMPORTANT TEXAS POINTS Double Daily Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS GI26GTAW FLYER 4 Benphlj to little Rock 4Q Memphis to Hot Sprint 6 Pnltain Buffet Slrepii Cars end Fret 1Roellnlnl Chelr Cers on ell Trelns t Unscrjmel Superb Service llemptili Ticket umra FRANK URirmril T P Xemptil Teon T BLACKUAX T rCsttineoge Teas 8 L PARROT T P Atlanta Oa OBO It LEE F and T zt1 hock Ark sf rI 0uIV L 1VrtITOOt rFRWYATTTPA L H UBEAUgE G PI T A ST M Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquirer cots aotdo 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intellectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State ef Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SQC for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this 3rofitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformky with rules and regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARINq BUREAU Erx 716 Cincinnati O ooC Louisvillc Henderson rndSt Louis Railway I Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES TO T- REWEST Tickets on Ssxle First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points vg v v v v v For Further Irvformatlon Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tray Pais Agent Genl Pess Agent LOUISVILLE KY L t ijU 7F g T J FILCHER I GOLexingtonKy 1r 98 Cents Skirts 50 White Pique Skirts made with + flounce and deep hem at bottom of flounce worth 150 for 98ca 59 Cents Skirtsoo 1f V 75 Bine and White Polka Dot Duck Skirts worth 75c for 59c 25 Cents Skirts 3r 100 Crash Skirts orth5Q cents teach for 25 cents each i sSY1Ic rique Skirts f This Skirt is made with double flounce and one row inserting or single ilounce and two rows p inserting They are worth 350 each but go c ii ar275 LinL IUofPolka Dot Duck Skirts in Blakor Blue double orsingle flounce Cheap at 5175 but xS they go at139- Ihe t entire stockof Woolen Skirts are being soW at less than cost Fun line Lawns and C White Goods 50e yard up svnirurn fft 7 W Main =e iJi1EK K x I I Lexington Ky iI tit 1 E i fi It +++ CALL AT + + ++ JONES MERSHN SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoiate and accommodating clerks QeBuIae Saratoga Water r Kept oa Tap Phone 3 Second St RTCUXOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED JIY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOIt Consumption Coughs and Gds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FcverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c 1 Trial Bottle Fm RaID and Swea- t1sc effect on harness treated jnssdsalPZloeepsthlealla No roughset ace to char and cut The barneu not only keeps t wears twice aslooebyth dIbm Sold everywhere In cans atlanta Mad by StandArd Cli Company LJ LOW RATES West VIA B 8t O S W San Francisco and- returnaccount Imperial Council Mystic Shrine Tickets will be sold every day to June 7 1902 Biennial MeetingKnights of Phthias Tickets will be sold August to 9 Inclusive Portland OregonAncient United Workman Tickets will be sold every day to Juno 7 In clusive 1902 Denver1Colorado Sunday School- Convention Tickets will be sold June 21 to 23 inc 1902 Tacoma7Washington Young Peoples Chris tian Union United Presbyterian Church Ticket will be sold July 15 to 20 Inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah Benevolent Protective Order Elks Tickets will be sold August 6 to 9 Inclusive 1901 For particulars sleeping car apace etc call on any agent t BOSWor tO P McCARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftonsvi Celebrated Shirts- tNhiteANn Gibson RICHMOND Y h It i r New York Fashions There isa great call for laceentire gowns capes scarves jackets and trimmings galore Colored linen pique cham bery and fancy gingham make appropriate shirt woists for morning wear- Transparent stocks are the proper caper Soft materials requiring no starch are in finitely preferable to the stiff linen collar Pongees are the smartest dress stuffs of the year It is the correct fad to strap gowns Straps panel off the skirt divide ind intersect the bodice and outline the flounceNo end of Oriental jewel ry may be worn with a gown of pongee silk The long heavy shaft of the swell parasol is usually of ornate wood tipped with an agate ball finely colored and highly polished Among dainty accessories of smart dressing shown at Lord t Taylors are chiffon sashes and boas delightful stocks with belts to match neck bows of white and scar lel tulle and white tulle with black chenille dots Two other highclass novelties shown at the same house are A ribbon neck boa intermingled with ribbon roses and sashes of rather wide black velvet edged with lines of openwork The tuliptop parasol has upright petals surrounding the tip All sorts of flowery effects appear in millinery The hat for dress is either composed entirely of blossoms or piled high with posies One of the most important new points of fashion is the ribbon vogue It is utilized in a diversity of original ways and demonstrates at every turn and twist a new capaci ty for adornment Red is regnant A wide majority of the modish hats show crimson berries in bunches and roses and grapes of a tinge of red which have no counterpart in nature White Suede gloves are worn with washable gowns A new variety of evening glove which washes as readily as a cambric handkerchief is of silk and lisle and comes in lengths from eight to twen tyfour buttons Some stylish gloves are a mesh of laceworkfrom shout der to knuckle For evening wear accord ionplaited skirts are espec ially favored- A pongee silk parasol in natural shade lined with pale rose silk with handle of Vene tian glass and a tiny silk tassel pendant from the point of each rib is considered the very top notch of elegance The most fashionable laces combine both black and white specimens and the applique work is surpassingly elegant The fashionable woman of today is the comfortable wom an She wears beautiful un derCothing which conforms to all the iaws of health both in pattern and quality and finds the lovely 1L G cor set her best friend It adapts itself to every line and curve of her body with a pliant firmness which stays yet re lieves it of strain friction or pointLyonsliked aseverMany white frocks have soft Marquise stocks and girdles EVELYN CABLE Time seems most untimely when bring a woman to the turn of life Life is or I itaripest approaches herknowledgewomen at this season forfearusedItof mind and by its aid the paw and preventedDr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is womans medicine with a wonderful diseasesDiseasesfailed to care have beeaperfect1y and permanently cured use ornFa Prescription barereceivededkiaeys frio Us A Bowmaor New WIIsgso Cs Ohio I have orfeaa1eIhasuchDlawnrkpeno4ofhere found Favorite Prcriptjou baa the testi JIIOItyoft cl women to iu diceueLDIII Iti7a= = k 4This signature is on ever1 box of too genuine Laxative Bromo umine Tabieu the remedy that curve a cold la one day Tho man who talks without thinking Is ft less valuable man than the man who thinks and knepajhls own coungo Stops the Cough and Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cnrea cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents It ir not what yru but what your neighbor drinks that constitutes intemperance TO OT7HE A COLt XH OiTE DAY Take laxative flmma Quinine Tablets All tlriijrin8 refund the money if II fails to cure K W roves signature is on each box 25 cents Many n man wilt a good scheme inckK tlut rrquirod nerve to push it Ii rIg ===Tttter SatUtiuo ci and Kczcina The intense itching and smarting inci dent to those diseases in instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad Tascs have been permanently cured by it Jt is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per bozo Dr CioljB Condition Tondcrfl are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Priro 25 cnta per pack3lSIIf you were called on to choose be tween th liar and the hypocrite you would lose by choosing either One Box Cures Eczema I had a very severs ease of cczeni and tried several remedies given rat by diflerent drutruiets hut they did tInt Jive me satisfaction Mr Eyiriatm reo omtnpuded your Remicks Eznut Cure and it pave me instant relief anil one lynx cured me flhe disense nOncur tcliilliitc VarfHw Illinois For sale by 15 L Aliddlnton 5inneJv When parties become the most cor rupt the leaders make the nolsest pretense of patriotism A Real Friend I suffered from dyi pepsin and indi gestion tor fifteen years says W T Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N 0 After I had tried many thctirs and mcd icines to no avail one of my friends per suaded me to try Kolol It gave ill mediate relief I can eat almost any thing I want now and my digestion is good I cheerfully rcjotninend Kodol Dont try to cure stomach trouble by dieting That only further weakens the system You need wholesome strengthening food Kodol enables yon to assimilate what you eat bv di gastine it without theiitomachsald Ito Few critics ever get what they aro entitled to in this bus world Of what does a bail taste in your month remind you It indicates unit your stomach is in bsd condition and will remind you that there is nothing so good for such a disorder us Chum burlains Stomach Liver Tablets af tAr having once used them They cleanse and Invigorate the stomach anti rognlate the bowels For sale at 25 ris per box by Stockton Hagnn 1m Confidence is a stron hand but oath always has the sire Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile Indian tem plea but worse yet is a body thats pol by constipation Dont permit it Cleanse your eyttem with Dr Kings New Life Pills and avoid untold misery They give lively liven active bowels good digestion fine appetite Onlv 2at Perry Thomass drug1 sloru lot The surest way not 30 find trouble is not to go looking for it Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It lots been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illuminating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price offcas from 200 to 175 5ffl But notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not bo allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or beforo the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATES LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 If Without Police Protection Mt Olivet TribuneDemo crat Although a good crowd was in town Monday and con siderable drinking was no ticeable there was not a dis turbance to mar the peace and tranquility of the town until about six oclock in the even ing when some misunder standing about a horse trade come near precipitating a general riot and loss of life Three persons wore injured one by the slash ofa knife across the throat that barely missed the jugular another had a bad gash cut above the eye and still another had a finger almost amputated About a half dozen persons were struck with stones or other hard substance and knocked down Cudge Ken ton appeared upon the scene and finally sncceeded in quelling what would probably have resulted in a bloody and dead ly riot A larger glass in Tomlin Bros stoic was brok en by a stray stonjj that miss ed the man at whom it was thrown Altogether it was a breezy time on the streets and steps should be taken to prevent a repetition Wom en and children live in ML Olivet as well as men and are entitled to scjme protec tionIIThefir6ttTmBtabHdejhas a quarrel II l mastesio asks him to ask her to forglhiiiL Usually the man at il head of the house is at the foot tftIlftfintfly The more a man knowlf lilt shouWj be forgotten the meptpry Is tJ fMiiIIlCI p t ii ve- itcqk bboaI l it ioit IHOUEIWORK Too much housework wo mens nerrcs And tho constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses lencorrhcea and falling of tho womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINOF CDUIIs doing this for thousands of American women today Itcured Mrs Jones and that is why sho writes this frank letter Glcndesne Ky Feb 10 lOOt I am glad that your Wino of Carilnt- Is helping nie I am feeling better than I have felt for years I am doing mr own work without any help and I washed laat week and was no ono bit tired That shows that the wine la doing me good I am gettIng Seattier than I ever was before and and eat hearty Before I began taking Wino of CarunI I used to hare to Ur fire or six times every day but- noidonotth1nkCfIYthg down through the day Mss JOSES 9100 AT DRUGGISTS Tot advice trmp torn Ijullrt1 AdrUorr Dfpmnn7 The Utattasoozi ledlcia Ohattanosgi Teen Qam It BUSINESS PROPOSITIONAndrew a check C and makes It good fora million thats Capital Kockcfeller tmys a barrel of Oil for 5 and sells it for Smthats Business A man digs a well 90 feet deep for J20thats La dlaou takes a cylinder and IngenuitYC thoIIt will stop the hair from fall fnRontand remove dandruff that It a Clodsend sJ Price 25c Per Bottled IForSale DyJE C c byCHILDS New York City Lexington Ky Par Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments- A J k W Webber Berkley AYou 26 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N G Brandon Co Dexter Ky 335 20 J K Young Son Glasgow Ky 44 10 Vm Kuepzlen Milton Ky 28 I N Phipps 4U Sterling Ky 28 Ferdinand Schuble Louisville M 09 Koht W Owens Louisvlle 14 00 ItJ Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Ky cvli 60 A Austin l1ock ort Ky 135 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7myct 1c- mLow Rates Queen and- Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW t +Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 1S Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 1014 Knights of Pythias- San Francisco Cal August 1112 +Finest train service in the world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets read via Qneen Crescem Route and thereby get good service apr23 tf Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected n large and and more modern business house to take the place of tho 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 aud iiljoining coun lJIJhe6tCASH otFEEDcall before disposing of your pro youthatbusiness in Madison BROS1Ne2janly RICHMOND KY SUMMER TRIPS TO- Michigan and Canada4 Mt Clemens Port Huron BaiquesAlmaSt Mackinac Island The Snowsp Sault Ste Marie Petoskey Charlevoix Traverse FrankfortontheiLiake lVuskokaLakes Yellowstone National Park and Colorado Resorts reached di rect via GH D tlaiiia81eeDirect Connection Madewith Rail and Steamship Lines Ask orBookHusumrn r Tris1 p G1 D WAFPPT MN AOHOa Louisville t1ti i1L DAILY EX SUNDAY TBAINB LEAVE BJCHMOND orVemaniejLawrenccbursSliel1 605ara Louisville 23opm and Cincinnati Forlrrine 4 1151am- For Millers Creek 300 pm TRAINS ABttlVB BICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 11151am 22JPFromC JI BBOWK1NO Oen Mgr Notice to Creditors All parties having claim against the estate of Mrs Bethseba Adams deceased are quested to file same on or before JuneM properly verified or same wilt be barred Those knowing themselves to be Indebted to the es state are requested to call and settle 11 C ADAMS m y1t U Admlnlstartor J DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KldneYIICUREBladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Ur leaner Ho has spent a life time curing just such cases asyours All consultations Free Your Kidney and Bsckacuo Cure has cured two very bad cases among our custo flIerS tho past year whom the doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland la Dnisslsts roc II Ask foCook BookFree Cure Circular Dr OIVIIUo UtI1UI lenucr FredonlaNY UREY D G Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mango Ecz JHa Distemper and Fits and all tho illb dog flesh is heir lo Dr Johnsonj Flea and Shampoo Soap- is tIle onlv dog soap on the market guaranteed to kill fleas For sale by PERRY THOMAS nlu2Gtf KOllal Dyspepsia sure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food It gives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to cat all the food you want The mostsensltlve manythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adict unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles Chlcal1QIhoFor sale by Perry tTlioraaa TH- ELexingtont Democrat IS THE OVLV DAILY- Democratic Paper t PUBLISHED IN THE I Blue Grass RegionJ A It is especially devoted to the of the Cemocrat C io party and lIes all the news wit vcr A JIfJIEDITOR AND 1oI3RJ c Lexington 5t Kentucky 7i JICS Plan Now For Colorado The Burl I1gtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion Htea to Colorado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of tiac Summer we dassrVl1ndSprings and Manitou as 2100 from Cily25O0at other periods only ne fare plus 200 roan trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May27th to Jtne SthjAuKtet 2d to 8th Round trip Rood 60 lays variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri Slyer 4500- allolfer tlinu the one vay rate only Portlanseats free standaid sfeepera or ExcurslollscDepter through Senlc jjolorado Salt Lake CooIMinnesbta LOOOlakes scores of tItecoolest and countryfrekuezitApply to nearest TicBit Agent or write us of your proposed ripwheather no Colorado Pacific CMast Yflllovr adviselenpooradoorCIl1H WM SHAW B PA4paVl3f itr r t C CinBlnnaitl Okie r flRlOltkQ4KuY5i An r IN UII t Come in And Examine This Range T u We think We can eOlivilllPfIs better IjWe know we caDJvi lice you of the lIt far better than a r3 c FdedP i t I The Majestic I Is made of Malleable Iron and won warp or break like a cast stov Con pand see for yourself v Cultivator At the right prices A few Tongue Cultivators at J6 Others from J 5up Screen Doors at Your Own Pric Tin work and repair work promptly done by an experienced work- manArbuckle Simmon Majestic Headquarters X TiT lsmIt is time you were thinking aIyour 5fvt therefore it is time to third us You cannot be too partiiui about your You want a large and variedsto to select from You want win variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service am r these wants in the fullest measur and earnestly ask an inspection cv our stock before 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND lulyally KENTUCKY i crease We prove to each patiion that Iuy only get the BEST GOODS FURNITURE rightpriccWe placingyourordcr I- WOldham JCor Save Money iilfromIN THE I but the LOWEST PRICES Once yiu Irat with us always our friendaud patron Jive i a trial order and we will prove our aHlily please We pay HIGHEST MARKET PRICE ia 1kVa- nd MARKET for all Country Produce and Beef I1idtsR if you want the best Groceries at 11 est Prices call on u- sOPOWELL BROS Raymond Physical Development C Keller Building LOUISVILLE KY Teaches the only Scientific Method of We do not saY that wernay develope your muscles but that we wi tenn Inlir ItafrtrrK I pure rich blood throughout the entire system Our pupils are taught byIP only Thousands have been relIeveI otconslipatioh indigtstion and trouble We can and will do tIle same thing for you In two weeks time not Onlyliardenyour muscles bulgive strength sad vigor to the entire t any part you Our method giving full instructions complete for 3 00 8ma73s JEAN RAYMOND Instructor m um I Physical Cultor reqllliwenicthOonly meltthattloe8 stlttlon 2 PER I YEAR a =J