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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ni 1 TfIfl RICHMOND CLIMAXk rOLUME 29t RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAll JULY 16 1902 NUMBER 8 make water ing hen there is your Id Freezer Worn out Get an O K Freezer and you will nvr regret money spent And last but least d mt forgetthatwe sell tile best Stoves on earth O K Jewell Stoves and Ranges 1jis 1cIi The Wonderful North Star Refrigerator The Best Made biicesolve the question save money Water Coolers Springisthe sparkling moreinit the not Iwe Also MakeScreen Doors Windows Come get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on earth 3It SHACKELPORD CO Main Street e RICHMOND KY Uii Racket Store IV bave received and opened up our stock of goods r i xUiul to the citizens of Madison andadjoining s to visit the RACKET STORE where be found of goods at prices heretofore unheard of in t tky especially in Madison county Below vrul a of our many bargains t 10 to 25o 10 Lu1C 1llts 10 to I l 2ana2io ataiiis 4010 70c paIr a ives 22 to25c r r yard i Vrs 4c per dozen p 2L per dozen ss ISir per set 4c iiiiirat il compfelo dinner s0 Eauosrs Sic per set S will ice arid will for you and and and will Cen and few j5cIFloor mops 12inch 15c 14inch- 17c IBInch 19c Monkey wrenches 25 to o5c Stap hinges 4 to 130 Chamois for ladles gloves lOo yardI15c yd WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets f 1and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware- is iljjr Taekle etc and hundreds of other articles which x forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket a call examine ourstock of goods and get prices we f sro to add you to our list of customers We shall at all u s endeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you iv vs a call and examine our goods before purchasing S pre UIT BRATTONOpp- osite Blue Grass Grocery IX STREET RICHMOND KY li pride ourselves on our I W splendid assortment of +4 + ++ I 0 FURNITURE t+ + + + 4+ + 44 ++ + ++ ++++++ ++ + + which is more extensive now than pver Every line is with Holiday selectious To properlvicelebrate the ecagon you will probably desire some new piece AVo have new Clmlrs Tables Buffet enna CnMnt ldeBoah1s everything suitable forthe Dining Room Iron rfds fun loCK has lust reached us and Center Tablps In varictyRndbeaUtifUlV0r11flaPbbiP TadieS Desks beet bargains ever nfrorcd HiMlscrs any slvle yOU irny ih CtllVliH8 V cry latest desiiB See tlm line of Totther Goods Picture ramlnrCurpets Matting rand HUITP t++ t+ + ++ i+ + J j JO S JOPLIN 1E J 220222 W Main Street 1 + e 4 +1 + + + + + ++ + ++ ++ + + + tT ++ + + + ++++t+ G W Eans jr Undertaking a Specialty Embalmer and Director rot LR Blanton DEALER IN CoalFeef Salt Sid Lime s k Cement PlasterlHair Et- crN3 i i u 11n PREHISTORIC RELICS WANTED BY DEPATMEET OF ARCHAEOLOGY Recently Established at Phil lips Academy Andover Mass Andover Muss May 22 1902 Editor of the Richmond CLIMAXDear Sir Phillips Academy Andover Mass has recently established a Depart ment of Archaeology My object in writing you is to encourage the preservation prehistoricsection oftbe country are frequently foundvarious Jndian relics These have a direct bearing on the histo prehistoryofAmerica fireproofbuildings edification of present and fu Lure generations I am persuaded that there may be persons who have found some remains of the ancient Indian tribes Mound builders etc and that possibly they would be willing to send them to us We shall- b gla I to pay express char ges on any and all boxes of specimens sent to us to men tion the gifts in our report and to give the donors due credit in our exhibition cases All these axes pipes spearheads clay vessels and strange stones should be carefully preserved some where where they may be of service to the public and to science ArchaeOlogytech nically followed is a new sci nce in the United States and it is more important than the average reader imagines for these stone relics have a direct bearing on the antiqui ty of man I shall be glad to correspond with persons who have relics in their pos session Thanking you I am Yours very truly Warren K Moorehead Curator Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Fres If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itches nnd burns sore lips or gums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from serious blood poison tor the beginnings of deadly cancer You may be perma nently cured by taking Botanic Bo d Balm B B nmndc especially to euro the worst blood and skin diseases It kills tho poison in the blood thereby givina healthy blood supply to the Heeled heals every sore or ul- Cer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings malignantbloodand scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula etc Especially advised for all obstinate cases that have leached the second or third stage Druggists To prove it cures sam prepaidbyGa Describe trouble and free medi cat advice sent in sealed letter 1m When horses sleep many of them point one ear forward Why this is done is not known but it is thought to be a habit that has been brought down from the time when they ran wild over the plains and when they were compelled to be on their guard againt enemies Qattle seem to sleep without any cares but both ears are always in the same position ARE YOU A QOMHtG MOTHER ARE YOU- EXPEtlTAIIT 2 MOTHERS FRIEND ajalcis childbirth by preparing tha system for parturition and thus labor Thepainful is robbed of its terrors anti the lessened to both mothaandcbildthetimeofCQllfinementis fullydeveloped strong and healthy MorMShg or sausca ansMg froai pregnancy is prevented by its use AS pregnancy advances Gtsen large SloUenandhard Long betwe the a sresepar feg for Use secretion of milk ItiUMprt Et that receive early attaitkw Mothers Fnend softens the s1dItHdJ- aclJlt1tes the secretion of Ute FfwM Uad rveloped breasts hardcaked shortly aLe delivery ant1Jc result o ion tr Meat likely t culminate in Ji Abscess frotn which so uisny fet cruciatingpasad anJeft these organs permsflefltl7 inedof- taci aa e ucle uc1 51W wa4 w IIf juTacsAIwna 11 L Kentucky s War Claim The Spanish War claims of the State of Kentucky pre sented to the department by Capt C C Calhoun of Lex ington will be certifiud by the Auditor within a few days They will amount to about 30000 which is in excess of the amount expected by the Stat officials these claims inv lve pay due soldiers of the four volunteer regiments Capt Calhoun said today that he will appeal from the decision of the Au ditor to the Controller qE the Treasury as soon as certification is made The Auditor he said settled the claims upon a basis which will not allow the regiments as much as they are entitled to For example the rations and pay of the first and second regi ments from the time they re ported for duty to the dale of enrollment have been disal lowed Capt Calhoun be lieves the Controller will pass upon the ease and dispose of the appeal within a month and in the event of favorable action the soldiers will re ceive about 50000 No congressional action is necessaiy for the payment of this claim Dont Fail to Try This Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kidileys and bowels stimulate the liver invig orate the nerves and purify this blood Its a wonderful touic for rundown syelcms Electric Bitters positively cures Kidney and Liver Ti cables Stomach Disorders Nervousness sleep lessness Rheumatism Neuralgia and expels Malaria Satisfaction guaran teed hy lerry Thomas druggists Only 50 cents lui Earmarks of a Good Farm But wherever he lives North or South or in the con ter of the State there are characteristics earmarks so to speak by which the farm of the uptodate farmer is quickly recognized It hat a tidy appearance the fences are in order The gates are on their hinges and swing free There are no weeds by the roadside His house and barns are painted The doors of his barns are hooked shut or open they are never left swinging Ills animals are never calling for water nor his windmill for oil Such a farm is a benefaction to the neighborhood and a benedic tion to its occupantsJoseph Carter in Farmers Review If a Man Lie to You And some other salve ointment lotion ear or alleged healer IS as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles burns boils Corns Felons ulcers cuts scalds bruises anti skin erup tions prove its the best cud cheapest 25c at Perry Thomass drug store m Under the new revenue law the work of the County As sessor will be simplified some what as far as listnig mortgages and lien notes is con cerned The new law makes it the duty of County Clerks to furnish County Assessors with records of all mortgagiis liens etc Heretofore only mortgages and liens that hate been reported to the Assessor or his Deputies by thoie holding them have been as sessed Under the new la v none can escape It means much additional revenue ip the State The fellow wbo wants to shirk his taxes will now have to loan his inon yon personal security Saves a Womans Life To have given up would have ineaiit death for Mrs Lola Cragg of Dorchdj ter Muss For years she had eildurjjd untold misery form a severe lung troll ble and obstinate cough hOftentllc- write91 could scarcely 6 sometimes could not speak All djc Lore and remedies failed till I nsrd D Kings New Discovery for Consumptip- and was completely cured Suffers from Coughs Colds Throat and Luis trouble need this grand remedy fort neverdlsappoints Quro isgnaranfeid by Pei ry Thomas druggist Iriie o lOllOfting in Kentucky 149 will r4 l ceive a rebate this froil actoftl1rlatethese institutions for exces of taxes paid under the H witt law prior to 1896 Tt t other 148 institutions jwer j organized after the Hejrl law became operative an will this year pay taxes s 1tjhlssentout latter to report and pay Cut t1isutaadtMe it to Stock k Nana lCfI s4 A 1- 0CbalnberW8tetIxI it ib b Tht a4s t tMdM CtaiO sva IV N Sa DOCTORS say Consumption can be cured ItnMdshelp Scotts Emulsion is the best help But you must continue its uso even In hot weather Ityou have not tried itscnd for free sample SCOTT BOWNR Chemists 409413 Peart Street New York soc and 100 all druggist What Politics Will Do This is what Urey Wood son has to say of politics in the Owensboro Messenger and most then who have dab bled therein will heartily en dorse the sentiment It is a nasty game It is heartless and selfish It begets liars hypocrites ingrates and scalawags It utterly destroys the confidence of men in men It is worse than an empty bauble If it were only that it would not be so bad It destroys the capacity of men to makeof themselves useful and successful citizens in other pursuits Poisoning The Spstem It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of impurities Constipation keeps these poisons iu Itie system causing headache dulness and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions and finally serious Illness un lees a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Early Risers prevent this trouble by stimulating the liver and promote easy healthy action of the bowels Theso little pills do not net violently but by strengthening the bowels enable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress 1m There was probably never a time in the history of the State when there were so many fakirs wandering around trying to swindle farmers and other people out of the eye teeth or anything else of value You can scarcely pick upan exchange but what you read of this man or that buying a gold brick of the most pronounced type It is one game this time and a new one the next time Each fel low teaches a new trick and you cant learn them all with out going busted People are inclined to do their dealings with furre ners They will send their money off to a mail order house or give it to a fakir wandering over the country when the same goods could be bought for less money right at home In one case you have the word of your home dealer and you know he will make matters right In the other case you have the slick sugarcoated promise of a stranger whom you nev er see again and who never wants to see you Home mer chants are compelled to sell the best goods because their honor and reputation are at stake Mail order houses sell seconds of all goods and the purchaser is sometimes glad toget anything and nev er complains when he fails to find a scarcity of kinship or complexion between the sample or description and the goods itself Its human nature and un til human nature changes home merchants will be de privedof trade that belongs to them and the general public will be hard up for theII benefit of the dear other States Vacation Days Vocation lime is here and the chit dred are falrlv living out of doors There could be no healthier place for them You need only to guard against the accidents incidental to most open air sports No remedy equals De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping pain or removing danger of serious consequences For eLite rcalds and wounds I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for sores ens and Iirnlses sasl H Johnson Swjlt Tex JI is- tle best remedy on the market Sure cure for plies anti skin diseases lie ware counterfeits 1m The United States Treasu ry statement the population July 1 at 79 117000 Of the increase of 2000000 since the census of 1900 more than one million is due to immigra tion America is still the land of opportunity to the working people of Europe The steady demand for labor and the comparatively high wages paid are tremendous attractions to men and women with whom the bare struggle for existence is a severe reality Evidently the immigra tion problem will not solve itself dwindling to nothing as waoHcefondlyhoped1- So long as the social pressure issojaucsl higherIn Europe item ia 44 it will forec tniii l1orel to tbi couaty Ib TbDrive Away FIis The following is at east worth a trial People in the country who are annoyed by flies should remember that clustered the fragrant clover which grows abundantly by nearly every roadside if hung in the loom and left to dry and shed its fain fragrantperfume through the air will drive away more flies than sticky saiicerii of molasses and other flytraps and fly papers can ever col lect A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Groat Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame hack rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both Ineii and women regulates bladder trouble in children Knot sold by your drug cist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two month treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W sole Ulan ufacturer P O Box 529 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 0 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Eenr Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when began uSIng it today I weigh 17G pounds and 1 feel better than I have in twenty yi are and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4lPC A writer who claims to have studied the question uses the police Court records and the census returns to warn the world against early marriage Apparently ae thinks that people who marry before they are 21 incur great dangers Statistics have shown of late that divorces are much more frequent among those who marry late Of course those who marry early have more time in which to get divorced Even when this fact has been reckoned with however there still seems to the statisticians to be reason to think that the marring of minors is in gen eral a mistake There is no particularly disquieting ele ment in the problem Early marriages are much moie common among the poor than among the rich Now early marriages lead to domestic unhappiness Should tint the rich therefore be happier domestically than the poor If not where does the trouble come in It is the mere pos session of wealth and its op portunities that make the difference Lexington Democrat Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the prebent year that It has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 leet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofjuag from 200 to 175 JSrtBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not te allowed to any person who 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 delinquent persons will be required to pay the present rato penalty without ejt ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 191 dec4tf C MRS IDA t ROSERi GrandNiece of ExPresident James L Polk Writes to Irs Pinkham Sayiag II DEAtelBS PKJOIAM Ihave oeen married for nearly two years and so far have not been blessed wIth a child I have however suffered with a com I of female troubles and painful menstruation until very recently KSSIDIIMROSKK liThe Value of Xydla E PinkJ tarns TegeteWe Compound was called by au iatiaitd frlendWhoseUfehadIm p beta ai thrture with Inflammation and lce- atlon and a few bottles of YOW Caaj CUM her he cut k rdl nnd It her today heejoy stICk bred health I took lou bott otyourCoinpoiiM and eosie ay eU csred 1111 oce more in 1n health aA SpIrits my doniestle fc official d tJea Mem nay now for feel M ttronr I esn lIothHe tlmu what I dtodo Yon hare sheet a frfewta lh Bteniw and aaonc the be count Yovn wry rratefnlly Hi iDJLlx BOMB 6 18t1iA Demvtsr ICol JWItIklf h inwInSUYdaN UI dOR tMalt t- iybletabottled JLydt K Osi4 t WI pIIwiis o a 1I DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor 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 1c eaTT8 e DOTS ootoit FTOQ THE GRE- ATREMOVAL SALE rn tATTHE t BUSY BEE GASH STORE in the entire is closed out of goods half in two and this promises to be the largest of the kind ever held in Richmond fee all we of all of g This Sale are for are be a Vc or Office J Office J 0 nits W J i Perry Odie ond H IC tICH DT n iu Bennett ll 8ly 196 DR July Hpo2 II I yskians MM B at Timl IwaUl d on i o Wednesday July 9th 1902 establishment eWorth of Fresh New Seasonable Will Be Unloaded g g Not Great Store will reserved We want them before move Clothing Carpets Curtains Trunks Hats Notions Tailormade Suits etc1 have been prices have been entirely lost sight the money to build our on Main street and these goods delivered will Sweeping Out sold before move Onlyoflc 9TH CO RVI posite ORS BEGINNINGDENTIST jWOSco IJolliliDg TELEPHONE LANDMAF IJotelGIYfulot Wednesday LLYaicsPO MrtEIYwa Ostcopathic JUteneUir OONaIflTh7S large F When you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool lbs Got Married at last Bring your Hides ana Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThurman Grocery Co IJantf u DEAL AT Hurst BrosDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in o Dry Goods Clothing Nottons Efe of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others Our Shoe LINE is complete and larger than ever before We also handle Hats Caps Over alls Groceries yueeusware Meats Vegetables invare of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show YOU our large new line ofWGENERAL MERCHANDISE of all kinds We can save you money Remember we still give you Rebate Stumps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE 17 HURST BROS fi FOR Photographs Ofthe t Highest Order Visit the Ejaaghr irl IfY Oar work baa taken First Preat different State Conventions apr23 S kw w P J SPENGLER tftr Hftt+ c BCt Lexington Ky Subscribe for e Th Richwop4S C1imaS- nL nn J J Ii a n c t I p I Ji 4S I1 he Richmond Climax J C CHENAULtPPresldentA D MILLER Manager J103TSCEOVE uEdltor WEDNESDAY JULY 16 10021 FUBU8UKDKVCKY WEDNESDAY BY The Olimax Printing Co Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR We arc authorized to announce HON G O OlfBEIlT as a candidate for reelection to Congress from tbls the Eighth Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are requested to announce ROY WHITE as a candidate for circnk Court Clerk Ject to the action of the Damocratic party Wa are authorized to announce nAN II HBECK as a candidate for Ulerkof the Madl Circuit Conrt suDj cl to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myelf an a candidate for the nomiitlion furdrrx ft e J ton di cut HJflrt ful fCfl to the ivulsii tJ t he flpt o vratic pity Hoiiing tItg t my n anv fritrurt li the past will coutider any cUIma thrt I may hare to the nomination and if nom Intied I prmise to use nil honorable means to pet arc my election and if elected to endeavor us I have in the past to faithfully discharge imtdutles as Clerk Thanking tho people for pzif and future favors I am Respectfully 8 II THORPE e are anthorUedlo announce GEORGE D WHITE of Vhttea Station as a for Clerk of the Msdhon Circa t Court subject to the action of the Democrajc party WE have urrendered too r friends this week and ara standing ready to give the giad Land to all comers who may desire to accept of our hospitality The town is run ning wida cpen and if any visitor does not have a good time it is his own fault In- you have to do whether slraiigeror friendis to reach out and help yourself for we have been getting ready for quite a spell to give all who cm six days of solid pleas live We here in Richmond pride ourselves on the fact that we are able to do just a little more than anybody else in whatever an undertaking In doing more than any others we are merely living up to the rule established by our fathers a hundred years or more ago So if you think our fair of this week is not what it should be you may rest assured that if we had known of anything better we veuld had it We hope our visitors will see that we have a wideawake bwsiuess town that we have as fine cattle horses and farms as can be found anywhere that we have the best people in the world God bless them and they all ex tend the visitors of the week the heartiest welcome SUNDAYS Lexington Herald contained an excellent half tone engraving of Hon John B Chenault candidate for the Democratic nomination for Auditor In connection with Ms announcement the Herald Bays IOHnn John B Chenault In sunincc Commissioner under Auditor Gus G Coulter for mally announces his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Auditor to succeed Mr Coulter Mr Chenault is from Madison oounty where he was born and in which county for generations his fa wily have been a pptenjji in ci fBrorC1 LEXINGTON KY JULY Clearance SaleI Wo liavo ione through our entire Ptook mid put the lowest prices oa god dependable goods you ever tlrrauied ofthia is a record breaking HHO with ugit will be a inonoy EIinsale for you furn iture 15 5ranil Rapids bed room suits at 25 parcciittT- 30troii Iteds from S3 50 to151W ill hoanI6 at a fill for you from S5 to SIO each 38 jctfliisiou tables cut mercilessly if- Kvsry center laMe In the stock given in this nalo Folding Boils marked at about half former prices 12 hall racks at the lowest price ever put on firstclass funiituto In fact all through th stock you will find rare values JI 10 FiBroweFCo1 J 11HN AND BROADWAY riLaworoNKfUlf Ik fluence He was graduated fr im Central University in 1885 entering active business life immediately after his graduation and for some years before his selection as insurance commissioner was engaged in the banking busiH ness At the time of his se le tion as insurance commis sioner he was vice president of the Second National Bank of Richmond having gone througk all the positions in that bank so that he has a thorough knowledge of the banking business which is probably the best training fore the Auditor The office of insurance commissioner to which he was appointed three years ago is the first public office he ever held He is in the prime of vigorous young manhood and has made many friends for himself while in surance commissioner ACCORDING to the official figures says the New York World there is a surplus in the U S Treasury of over 200000 00 That is to say the government has collected from the people nearly 3 per capita more than it needed to meet all its expenditur Every family of five persois in the country is nearly 15 poorer because of this un necessary taxation And tax ation that is unnecessary is unjust This 200000000 surplus is onethird of the years total ordinary exp ndi tures even at the present enormous rate of 600000000 a year It is more than two thirds of the total ordinary expenditures of the govern ment for the year of Mr Clevelands second Uriu 189397 A surplus of this unprecedented size is waste ful in two ways Directly by locking up 2000000000 of money which at only 4 i r cent if left in the pockets of the people and kept in circu lation would earn 8000000 a year and indirectly by in viting and encouraging ex travagant appropriations FOUR THOUSAND coffins for four thousand victims of war and disease have been shipped to the Philippine Islands a Fourth of July token from Uncle Sam It is evidence that trade follows the flag but we have yet to read of the advocates of imperialism rntiing this great benefit to tho coffin trust Just to show how Uncle Sam is being bene fitted it is only necessary toj quote figures The 4000 cof fins cost the government an average of SS each making 32000 for the lot In June the total exports from the United States to the Philippine Islands amounted to but 27000 It is rather a grew some fact that it costs Uncle Sam more to bury his gallant soldier dead in the Philippines than he makes out of the is lands in exports If disease continues its deadly work ir the Philippines the islands may become one great nation al cemetery Trade in coffins flagLexington So L ftXdkiff con supply you with any kind of a vehicle yo desire anti the prices are always right Girerliim a call if The InterUrban Railway It bas been given out at Lexington that workon the Blue Graes Consoli dated Traction Gos InterUrban Rail wilt lines which includes the hue t this city will commence September 1st It is stated that the company has financed the scheme and that the East ern capitalists back of the deal desire that construction commence at thenar liest possible time It is understood that Mr Daris will come to Lexington and will remain during the construc Lion and completion of the different lines interurban railways for which franchises haTe been secured For Clerk of the curt of Appeals Mr Robert L Green of Bracken county present chief depnty in the office of tho Clerk of the Court of Ap peals has authorized the announce ment of his candidacy for the Demo cratic nomination for the clerkship to succeed Sam J Shackelford Mr Greeno has many very warm friends in feladison county who are glad to lentil that lie has consented to make the race again He will begin at once an ac tivo canvass of lIe State The long and efficient service of Mr Greene iu the oflice of which he seeks to become chief aud his wide acquaint aneo among the Democratic lawyers officials and politicians of the various c mUes of the State make him a for midable candidate Born in Gallium count ho lived for many years in Bracken and in PenJeltou and Kenton heCfirst went to Frankfort in January 1S84 a3 n dtputy in the office of Appellate Clerk Tom Henry Ho has remained limoELongnloon A A Addatns and SamJ was a candidate for the clerkship against Mr Shackelford in 1897 kind wnp defeated only aftei a longdrawnout fight In the convention By his conduct of this light ho wade hosts Of friends and this early has re veJjmnnyprofers of support When Mr S ackeHord eucceodsd Clerk Ad ctllmib8membarll of tha Appellate Court flterQted theomlra in seeing thM r Greene w Iit4 becue- c k ecsya ebletdptgy crk Why ThY IAcJHIa One of our ministers preached to his weltering congregation fur only fifteen minutes Sunday morning and its safe say they aro ready to stand by him through thick nod thin It goes without saying that he was not preach ing on the shortcomings of his hearers or they wonld have been there yet e was evidently talking on the credit side of the ledger Central Record Stops tho Cough and Works off the COld Laxative Bromo Qtinlne Tablets c pre a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Historic Race Course The Crab Orchard fair catalogue contains this bit of history above its racecourse Spriig Hill Race Track is a brand ew halfmile kiteshaped course lo ated upon tho identical site of the see ond oldest race course in America at Crab Orchard opened in 1835 Fora quarter of a century the Crab Orchard Fair was one of the greatest in the country operated continuously by Col H W Farris known to every race lov erin the United States Hero was bred Jim Bell who foryears held the recoid 146 for a mile made at Lexington Al so Denmark the greatest fourmile heat horse every bred in Americaand founder of the famous Denmark saddle strain Here annually assembled sucb- celebrities as the Harpers John Jako Adams and later Frank B Harper proprietorof Nautura Stud Woodford county Lord Robert Alexander founder of Woodburn Stud the Bufords Scott Billy and General Abe and Tom Dan Swigert fllaj B G Thom as James A G mislead Hunt Rey nolds Jim Shy John M Clay Murphy Hunter of Bardstown anti countless others equally as prominent living and dead Now is the time to call on S L Midkiff for bargains in carriages buy gies phaetons road carts etc tf The Barnum of Fairs and CarnrraU The biggest amusement event of Eastern Kentucky will be the A O U W and Red Melt Street Fair and Carnival at Mt Sterling Ky July 2120 The program includes civic aud floral parades stock exhibitions floral hall and 20 big attractions on tho Mid way A magnificent concert band of twenty pieces will furnish the music A buggy and set of harness valued at c 15 will be raffled off during the Fair Allrailroads entering the city have made excursion rates Write to C F Thomas Secretary for catalogs TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents We Refuse to Take Money It is not often that we refuse to take money when it is offered and it always hurts us when we have to refuse it especially when it comes in our own name Last Friday we had to decline to accept a Post Office Money Order for thirtyfive cents which was offered us by post master Wallace The history of the money order is an interesting one and Is a fine example of how careful the post office Department is in look ing after its patrons It seems that on September 8th 1S99 one William Thom as of Gallup N l1 mailed a money order addressed to the Climax Co New York N Y Ihe letter was not caKed for and was returned to Gallup M on October 9 of that year where t was advertised The sender had probably left that place as it was not reclaimed and alter waiting a reason Die time it was sent back to the dead letter office Then the Department began the search which has been kept up steadily for nearly three years without success Tho Climax has been nought for in all the largest cities of tin country The CLIMAX Printing Com panys turn came last week and while we longed for the thirtyfive cents we were compelled like all the others to turn sadly away as theme was no William Thomas of New Mexico onour books Mr Wallace returned the letter to Washington and it will be sent out again in some other direction While the amount involved is only thirtyfive cents yet the Department will spare no pains to find the owner It is said that the money found in mis directed envelopes and that found loose- ni the mails amounts to about 40000 a year It is very likely that our mon ey order will eventually go into that fund Picture frames in stock and made to order atWillgings 4 inch moulding 10x20 gilt frame all complete ready to iiang 100 cabinet size 20c tf Rescued a Ladys Bonnet The following story which comes from Richmond Va will be read with interest by the young mans friends ia this city Sunday morning as tho Richmond members of tho Kiptopeko Club who had been tho guests of John S Wise of Now York at his Virginia home near Cape Charles departed a scene was enacted that would have graced the distant time when Knighthood was in Flower Miss Nellie Gordon the beautiful daughter of John W Gordon of this city visiting the daughter of Mr Wise threw her bonnet into the Chesapeake Day to test the sincerity of the allen lions of n number of Virginia Military Institute cadets who were also guests at the Wise home What followed was worthy of more romantic days The gallant young man was Cadet Garland Mourning of lni8vltleKy As the boat passed out Mr 0 D WingflelTl of this city called to her Throw your bonnet in the water and see which of these young gallants will Jump in for it Instantly tho girl took from her head and making a tiny soft white bundle of it tossed it into the bay with all her strength No an ticipated act upon the modern stage was ever met more promptly by its natural counterpart Tho little bunch of whiteness had not touched the water before young Mourning in immaculate summer garb plunged in headforemost and was swimming strongly lor the dainty headgear glistening on the sun lit waves So quick asthe young mans thought and action it seemed to tho surprised and amused company that ho Mt the boat almost the instant that tho bonnet flew from the small liana of the owner Getting time bonnet hrfore H hail lair ly gotten wet time cadet Ihrew it back to the girl upon the wharf and a smile and a kiss on the Jhand went with it The graceful act was greeted with cheers from the rest of the party who had looked on with intense interest and bated breath The vottag Ken tucklan swam to the beat anti was rowed away to tho vessel Will ii jjB stock of wall pf r is th1Mginllwtmoat vrJcl MJ4 cUmpttt to eefelral Ky 3c aM tip try hlaji tf d For SaleII ofler fur sale staIhieHouse contains eight rooms and kitch en all in Rood repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow Willginss strictly pure mixed paints made in alt shades of color Black and white last longest go further and sold at reasonblo price 209 West Main street U Going To Jolt Lake thy Quito a number of Richmond Elks are planning to attend the annual re union of time order at Salt Lake City The pilgiimage from Kentucky will be made in n magnificent train which will leave Louisville August 7 at 130 p m membelslofcordial invitation to their brothers out in the State to join them sand from present indications every lodge in Kentucky win be representedoThe trip west a ovations and receptions for the Kentucky Elks At Denver Colorado Springs and other places they will be given receptions It has been decided to open the train to all citizens recommended by Elks In this way advan tage may be taken of the low rates Col R S Brown district passenger gent of the B and O S W has issued an attractive booklet giving lull infor mation about the trip Cot Brown is one of the transportation directors for the trip Willging furnishes and papers your rooms from 300 np Choice of many patterns if Going to tke Hldway Along lean gawky boy from the slashes came to town the other day and after wandering up and down the sidewalk in front of the hotel for an hour or so lie stopped in front or window in which was hung an Elks Fair poster In a little while he was joined by one of the towns smart Alec loafers and before long another and then two or three more Tha farmer boy said not a word but continued to gaze on the picture After half an hour had passed one of time more cur ious loafers could stand it no longer and he asked time farmer boy what he was looking at I was just trying to sec how long a fellow could tend to his own business in this town without some darn fool wanting te know what he was doing If your watches clocks or in fact anything in this line needs repairing take thom to L E Lane His work is the best apr30 tf A Reouukable Family The family of Mr Haden Tnrpin of Muddy Creek who recently celebrated his eightyfifth birthday is ti many respects one of the most remarkable in the county Mr Tnrpm is at eighty five hale and hearty and enjoys life as well as he ever did in his vigorous youth while bis wife who Is eighty years of ago enjoys perfect health They have seven children and twenty four grand children Their children all occupy places of usefulness and are an honor to their parents and the county as well One remarkable thing about this excellent family no death has yot occurred to break the circle Mr and Mrs Turpin are still able to at tend to their business arid to make frequent visits to their children and grandchildren It isthe sincere hope of their hosts of friends that they maY yet round out their century in happiness Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on hUn minating gas furnished on awl after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price oflIIS from 200 to 175 CSBut notice is especially given that timid discount on gas will not he allowed to any person who fails to pay lila gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at time office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay time present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LImIT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 tf RELIGIOUS 1kw Kerrey McDowell has held a very successful tendays meeting at Whites Station in which be was as sisted by Rev Wrr Crowe of Frank fortMATRIMONIAL SUITWOOD The friends of Mr A J Suit of this city wore much surprised to read ot his marriage to Miss Lutie Wood of Maysville which oc cured in that place last Wednesday afternoon Mr Suit is the senior member of the popular firm of Suit Bratton and has made his home in this city for several months Concerning the marriage the Maysville Bulletin says Mr A J Suit of Richmond Ky and Miss Lutie Wood of this city were quietly married Wednesday af ternoon at 330 oclock at the home of Mr Lissant Cox where the brides mother Mrs Josephine Wood has re sided for years Time ring ceremony was used Bev PJ Ross of the Sardis M E Church South officiating The bride is one of the countys popular and successful teachers having had charge ot a school at Sardis the past ten years luring which she won a host of warm friends and admirers there who unite in sincerest congratulations and good wishes for the happy couple She wore a gown Tof whito Paris mousselline with trimmings of lace The groom is a son of the late Thomas Suit of Sardis his family being among the old and highly esteemed residents of that sec tion for years He is now engaged in business as a merchant at Richmond Ky where he moved a few months ago Mr and Mrs Suit left on the 417 train for Cincinnati and after spend ing a few days there and with relatives at Falmouth they will take up their residence at Richmond Hews This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not teP0 knownFaltbusinessmadebylktiggistsToledoWalding KInnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio IlerBanvmTwlObotUa IOI4 by aU I1atHa1lam1l1pu rttbt 111 II Acts Imm diat jly Colds are sometimes mIre trouble some ih summer than in Mtntor itrf so hard to keep from adding them while cooling off after exercises One Min ute Cough Cure cures atmce Absolutely sate Acts telv Suro cure for coughs colds cniiP throat ml long troubles lin KIRKSYILLE Dr Poyntz of Paint Lict was seen on our streets Thursday Raymond Hendren ill tin the sick list Dr Oldham attending physician Salem Ross has purchased time Byrum property and is now one of but citizens The college is undergoing needed repairs aud when completed will be a handsome building Miss Julia Shepard of Irjiue is vis ting her brother G W Shepard the inventive genius Mrs Shelby Jett euteiiained her friends at dinner Tuesday Mrs Tudor of Texas Mrs Pogue ofVnand Mrs McMurry of Texas are visiting their mother Mrs DB Willis Miss Nettie Pond daughter of the late Cot Pond is our new Post Mistress Mrs P Byrum has purahased the property of Mrs Lawrence on Main streetGeo R Secrest a merchant at Wad dy Ky visited his father Prof Secrest last week The Board of Trustees of the college has selected Prof J B Socrest princi pal of the college for third year The Board III connection with the teachers are rushing for a big school this year Miss Nettle Pond has purchased the store house and lot of Salem Ross on Main street Boom boom can bo heard from every citizen of Kirksville The town is cer tainly on a boom and there is every prospect for several new houses in the very near future Notice to Creditors All partle having claims against Dr O J Bales that arose prior to his assljrnmcntare requested to present same verified us required bylaw to the undersigned on or l fore August 1902 or same will be barred 18Jnn7 r J TEVIS COBB Assignee Notice to Creditors All parties or perscns having claims against the estate of Ed Baxter diceased will present sawn verified as the law requires to the undersigned on or before Aug 15 th 1902 or same will barredJuly 1902 Mrs Hattie A Baxter administrator July 1C 4t WALTERS Collegiate Institute James T Barrett Principal Johns Hopkins Unlveriiir Robert F Hutcheson Associate HampdenSidney Collge A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thorough scol arship and correct habits of study Affords a Splendid General Education Prepares students for entrance in to time best Colleges smith for burlier standing in mnny institutions Offers these advantages An advanced Commonsense Course of Study Thorough painstaking instruction hwellqualified and experiecced teach ers Firm discipline Study hours in the school room under the personal supervision of the instructors Beautiful mind lienllli txl location with the commodi granadaModern nasium Good Athletic Field Next Term opens September 3 Can on or address JAM E T BARRETT ulv22n RICHMOND KY Half Rates to- Colorado Utahand the Black Hills And return vi- aBig 4 Route ON SALE July J to J3 J902 inc Bound trip tickets to Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo and Glenwood Springs Colorado Salt Limbo City and Ogden Utah Ciister Deadjrood Hot Springs and Lead South Dakota from Big Four points east of Wit not in cluding Terre Haute Veedeisburg and Kt Anne at time rate one fare for round trip Final Return Limit October 3J J902 particularsascall on Agents Big Four Jjloute or address the undersigned Warrea J Lynch W P Deppe QenPTA Asst0 PTACincinnati O- hioCO ROUTE Popular Excursions j rro Old Point Comfort Iobd Ocean View v days1etirning will be sold Tuly 15 and SeptemberSolid vestibufed Trains din ntr cars SleeperRtopover oft1cePhoenix 13ROund r1p 11JobuII i1 f Soda Pop is a purely temper ante drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a supeiuor quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in every townandvillage Prices extremely low Cecil Catron Junction City Ky Dont Forget Annual Cheap Personally conducted Excursion to 10 10 Niagara Falls via C H D August 2j 1902 Tickets good J2 days Only 7 00From4 Especially low rates from other points Very cheap side trips to Toronto Alexandria Bay Montreal D G EDWARDS P T M CINCINNATI OHIO fQJ 2 ct Q J1 oaoaoaJ JlLJ TH- ELexington Democrat oIs THE ONLY9 DAILY- Democratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass Region It is especially devoted to the interest of tho Cemocrat io party and ives all the new wit vcr Subscription Price 500 a Year 15 Cents a Week by Carrier W P WALTON EDITOR AND MOR Lexington J Kentucky Estill Springs f White Sulphur and Chalybeate 10 10 ease st ak esort jJune 1st To October 1st On the Louisville At lantic R R anti the Ken tucky River In time midst RqnanticSulphur is a specific Uor skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house For further particulars address W R Thomas 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 has made th prices so Very Cheap that it makes them all cheap Other Papers from 3c up everything frorn3upWe to be the cheapest andbest in this State We make all kinds of Paints for all kinds of pur poses We give you the best for theJeast money Try us Our Window Shade Depart ment is complete make shades to fit windowsIYours iQUtUg0QWMaih1 ShadePtsOilGla Fllm Eth a I l I rft 0 fZ ltQ o v BG1NNING July 1st IWILL SELL FORcTenDayscAtthe Hours From 8 to 3 oclock atj Absolutely Cost The Following Goods Lawns Dimities Organdies Ginghams Percales Madras Piques Swisses allover Laces in white cream and black Babies Lace and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests Union Suits Hopsacking for Skirts Den Oxfords etc for Skirts Suitings Cotton Nansook Swiss Edges Inserting Summer Corsets White Duck Skirts etc Call and see our Line and Purchase some of Barg- ainsOWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHINo 1ILl Z We are Overstocked Clothing Regardless 5 Manufacturers Cost Bes Oas Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheap Pricest g 10 10 wrt D OO mwt Mens Allwool Suits at 4 Mens Allwool Best Flannels at 1 Mens Allwool Suits This is about cost of Mens Linen Suits coat pants vest Jrl IMPORTANT MOTHERS READ THIS Boys thFzts Bays Srith allwool suits 1 49Suits up tl3 8 years 700 togcthIofIoWe f- itLOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON K rI1 fz IIS 1c and ims and and and the Badly Saksk Cassimere attLt1tmthe the trimmings and TO Good three piece to New Goods are arriving daily at our vast Emporium Emil ofSpringGinghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etct UnequaledisCoronationBrardreadymade Skirt Department fastidiousIstock of t New Matting has just been received and is now placed on worldselectknow YOU have the latest uptodate goods at Lowest Prices lIs1batWhat you srant If so trade with 0Lee Smitha i2a ri 6 of 500 49c JI IiI sIt ctt rn rn Jo krn tI1tI1 z f1Orn 0 go rn t F r 1 y I rt 1Jiitr Jol 7i t jr j TTHT lNlI SEEDSWe have received a fine lot of and invite you to call at ouri store andexamine this stock before making a purchase This is the finest lot of German Millet ever brought to Richmond r We also wish to purchase yor WOL and guarantee to pay the highest market price for same sell until you get our prices CO lie Richmond Climax IDSFsDAY JULY 10 ICCi Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is w located over J B Stouffers rg Store 6febtf Hiiv s L tidkiff to repair your dviicles and make them good as w tf Oseopathy is the most rationale 1 ot treating human ailments rc yes the cause Ii at forget the Old Fiddlers Con- st LIIII will be held in this City- x itiursday night July 17 L t Joan It Pates began tile erec u i iis new residence at the corner s J iud Broadway Inst week I e L A Sunday trains are her n very popular try thorn Low ir trij rates to all stations tf iW tiass all sizes and kinds r Frk at Willgings prices al na lowest and quality the best tf tfn ithy is steadily gaining in j b tIle intelligent people over ire land thus assuring one- a s inundation is secure I iriT premiums good music y stands and a jolly good- I s assured all who cttend the big a Crab Orchard July 23 2425 Tat dishes 10 cents each one a gallon buckets 5 cents each 10 cents per pound TBS CKXT FTORE y xt door to Government Bldg L lyr Your city taxes are now ue Please call andsettle L P Evans tf City Collector inlay round trip ratesonLA to Versailles Kicholasville Irvine Millers Creek I fire to all other stations tf NewFNI- v T Saunders has been appointed Master at Dulplia this county Hayes Stoker resigned lost FTiittnd sow weight about 300 r A libpril reward is offeree r return to Powell Bros Jii II Richmond Ky Federal Jurors Pay Increased T Inited States Marshal of this i has received formal notice from- t v General Knox to the effect is rJcr a recent law passed by hTss the pay of grand and petit urr Ias been increased from 2 to 3- er a S 8- cu tJii tJ 3D o43 a- cu c- uc tJ- Pt I t3ftIi ure German SouthernMillet WOOL WOOL DEATHERAGE IWindow shades in stock and made to order Oc up at WilJginge tf All the old fiddlers of the county will be here to try their band next Thursday night- Osteopathy has demonstrated its right to a place among the schools of the healing art It has taken its place ninoiijj the legal methods of treating the sickthe first and only drugless method which has received sanction of the law Fr Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is 00x204 arid the other 100x300 For terms ap ply at this officemcb2fitf LOSt A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commandery Leave at this office and get reward may7 tf G W EVANS Colored Teachers Supt Wagers desires to call the at tention of the colored school teachers to the fact that the date of the colored institute has been changed from Au gust 4 to August n Irof Frank Williams will be the instructor Ice Cream Supper In order to refurnish their lodge rooms which were recently destroyed by fire the Masons of Irvino Lodge No 137 will give an ice cream supper Saturday July 26 from 7 p in to 1130 pmin the Court House yard at Irvine Kentucky The public is cordially invited to attend Have just received one ot the flu est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak ing a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LANE Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality Wo also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etcfor a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CIIENAUU and L P EVANS aprl6 r Real Estate New Bolldin- jTho excavation for Schlcgels new Art Gallery on Third street was begun last week The two small dwellings on the site have been removed to make room for the new building It will be a twi story brick building the first floor containing a number of otilce- sMrScblegeliS planning to havo the handsomest as well as the most con veniont studio in the state Dont fail to go through the Midway Dr OHobson dentist next doo to Government building- tf Richmond Ky My stock of Jewelry cut glass ole was never more complete than now everybodyaprao Officers Elected The Association of County Attorneys of Kentucky at Etill Springs elected MoUoyKuttawaj LaVegaOlements T Davis Pineville Secretary Oaeaper Thin Coin Barefooted 120 pairs of childtens and Misses tan oxfords good style toes dark ahade sizes 81 to 11 and llj to 2 Guaranteed all solid leather former price S125 will close out the lot at 50c a pair Come early and get your choice tf Rice Arnold Saloon Sold Capt Everett Berrys saloon on First street was sold at public auction last Thursday by assignee W R Shackel forJ The property was bought in by Mrs II Zeimans agent the price befng 500 The stock and fixtures were appraised at 1200 The saloon was opened again on Friday morning July Cost Sale at E V Elders Store For 30 days we offer our entire stock of clothing shoes carpets dry goods millinery mattings notions etc at cost Now is the time to get bargains Our loss yonrgain Respectfully tf E V Elder Canthta LIve Wire Cash Miller an employe of the Richmond Electric and Power Company recuived a severe shock Sunday afternoon which made him think his time had come The linemen were putting up the wires on the Fair Grounds when Miller accidently caught live wire The current of several hundred volts knocked him out for a while and be had to be taken home but was able to return to work the next day Dope Alley No More Time notorious Dope Alley which has figured in the courts for years and has been known as the abiding place of those with ways that are dark is no more Since B street has been opened through to Irvine street the alloy Ifas been made the regulation width and Abo old buildings have been moved back oil the right of way The opening of B street is one of the greatest improvements that has been made in the city in many a day Coming ToDay A letter from Mr Fred D Ballard of Lexington to the CLIMAX says Wo are boosting the Richmond Fair down here to beat the band and the local boys are going to send one of the hot test delegations that ever went out of Lexington The Drum Corps of 16 members ie going to make Rome howl and by special train the Lexington Elks expect to move on you Wednesday They say they are determined to make Lexington Day a success iu every particular So you can keep a sharp lookout for them State Encapment Great preparations are being made for the annual encampment of the State Guards which will be held this year at Mammoth Cave The Second Regiment will go into camp first re maining from July 30 to August 8 the Third Regiment from August 9 to Au gust 18 The Artillery will go into camp from August 1 to August 13 The Second Regiment will be in better condition than ever before as it has re cently been supplied with now Khaki uniform and most of the companies have beenrsupplied with new rifles Moving James L Pence tIm well known contractor of Cincinnati who has the contract to move the now Opera House from Irvino street across to Main ar rived Monday to begin the work At the last meeting of the City Council the petition of D C Wiggins Bro for permission to move the building was refused The action of Ihe coun cil has since been rescinded and the house will be moved at once The managers have given the contract for enlarging the stage and making other improvements on the building The season will be opened in the new house about September 1st Willging with a force of skill work men contracts for and does all kinds of papering and painting on the most skillful manner at reasonable prices no vexatious delays tf We carry the largest and most complete line of I SmES dt to be found in Rich mond All the Upto Date styles Our prices are the lowest The new and nobby things in a11t1l Ft1a AND Iitrnc 1tJrJI A full andcomplete line of Mens Underwear Negligee Shirts Collars j and Cuffs f RICE ARNOLD tJ 14a 04J tJp tJ frt tJ 0 C 1 0 S 4tj 0U 1tJ f Se 0C jJ Wait WaitAJLittle Longer The great Elks Fair and Calnival opened at 10 oclock Monday morning with the parade in which every fraternal order represented in the city toojc part The parade start ed from the Court House at ten oclock the line of march being out Main street to Eighth down North street into Main to the fair grounds The attendance on the first day is said to have been the largest ever seen at a Richmond Fair Yesterday was Ladies day The beautiful Floral Hall was one of the chief attractions the display being by far the handsomest aver seen hire Today Lexington will have the rightofway The Lekington Drum Corps with sixteen peices accompanied by a large delegation of Elks and citizens of Lexington will bepn hand to make themselves seen as well as heard Tomorrow is Queen and Floral Pa rade day It Will open with thegrand Floral Parade which will end at the grounds where all will do homage to the chos en Queen of the Carnival On Friday Governor Day Kentuckys young Governor an enthusiastic Elk will grace the carnival with his presence Saturday Louisville Day we will surrender to the Louisvillians who will come in about seven hundred strong We are unable to say which is the best day for all are great the best we have ever had The best plan is to go every day so as not to miss any of the good things The fair is already a howling success with lots of people enoughnoise and bushels of fun in fact every thing needed to make it a successful enterprise NOT ON TIlE JRA11 Capt Sorcho the Deep Sea Diver Takes a Wife One event which attracted special interest during the Fair last week which was not on the program was the marriage of Capt Sorcho the deep Sea Diver to Miss Myrtle DItachler which took place in the office of the County Judge last Friday afternoon The marriage was a very quiet affair and was witnessed by a few of the Court House officials The ceremony was performed by Rev Dr Marshal of Chicago III Captain Sorcho is one of the chief attractions of Hecks great Midway and Carnival Company He was commissioned as the chief of the rescuing party sent by the Government to search the Battleship Main in Havanna Harbor His bride is from Birmington Iowa and Is a member of Heck oS Zarros Company It was proposed to have the marriage take place on the Midway during the Fair but bride objected For that reason lithe event was kept quiet Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of fice over Middletons drug store July litf The Railroad General Manager Browning was hero last Friday with Mr Barnett the road master They inspected the Louisville Atlantic tracks as far as constructed and looked over the Arlington avenue yards Mr Crowning has arrangeda time card that will be very convenient tor Boattyville passengers and our business men will be well pleased with the facilities provided for the shipment of small freight packages as well as car load lots A special Louisville Atlantic car will be loaded daily at Louisville and Cincinnati for points along the line so that the delay of transfer at junction points is avoided Deliveries can in that way be made nearly as quick as by express There will be two trains each way daily and the service on the Short Line will be continued as at present On account of the newness of the track the trains will not run Olla fast schedule between here an J Millers Creek and no special attempt will be made this winter to make close connection with other lines Beattyville News SoL Miakit makes a specialty of putting on rubber tires Give him a orderIfCandidates At the Fair The Crab Orchard Fair Association has made a good thing out of a number of candidates for both State and county offices who are announced as donors ot special premiums It is a new idea and will doubtless become very popu lar in the future as the candidates while advancing their own interests are aleqlielping to push the Fair Among the Madison county men who are represented in the Crab Orchard catalog are Senator McCrearv John B Chen ault candidate for the nomination for State Auditor B B Million candidate for Sheriff of Madison county Among other candidates are Gov J C W Beckham HarryG Tandyrof Paducah candidate for Democratic nomination for Secretary of State Robert L Green Bracken Democratic candidate fon Clerk of Court of Appeals Ben Watt Bowling Green candidate for Democratic nomination for Superintendent of Public Instruction Judge John hughes Mercer candidate for Demo cratic nomination for Commonwealths Attorney fn the Thirteenth Judicial District Judge M C Saufley candi date for renomination for Circuit Judge for the Thirteenth Judicial District 11 II Henninger Wayne candidate for Democratic nomination for State Treasurer Robert Harding Danville First Fair fa Forty Years Sjtecial to Climax The Crab Orchard Fair begins July 23rd lasts three days the 23U425 and all indications points to a success TUoy have the most beautiful race course It is tile famous track where Grey Eagle and Wagoner ran their great four mile race one of the great est races recorded in history They otTer twenty five hundred dollars in purses to be given as premiums and I think they will be awarded with judg ment and without partiality There will be plenty of refreshments on the grounds and good behavior is one of the points that will be watched with alertness There will behalf fare ratw on all railroads Everybody cordial ly invited The fair visitors will have free access to the famous mineral wa ters for which this place fs noted In about three quarters of a mile from the Fair ground Is situated the Sprints Hotel which has a capacityjor fully pix hundred guests Managed by Jo B Willis and good wife who take all pains possible to see that no one goes away slighted Besides Hotel accom modation there is a most b autiful take covering about four acres of ground abounding with fish such as black bass new lights brim perch cat fish som of the bass that have been caught weighing from three to eight Ibs FredMitchell Versailles The reason for Osteopathys won tlerf ul recognition is only In iu performance of cure not merely a fei cases lint a continuous 8UCj cess in healing all the curtbl eMany of the iMafable disease are now cured by O teoptliyv You cat tW to miss th- thsRtdDnc n Hisj Flotris Oienaolt WituIThe voting for tim Queen of the Elks Carnival was brought to a close atI eleven oclock Saturday night when Mks Florrie Chenault of this city was declared the winner having secured 15820 votes All day long Saturday the excitement was high as the three leading candidates Miss Chenault Miss White and Miss Bradley were running close together Every few minutes rumors would be circulated lo the effect that the Garrard delegation were coming in with thousands of votes and these rumors would sfJurI the home people on to work the Miss Bradley had 1005 votes registered and how many more her friends were holding back was a matter of conjec tare but was variously estimated at from 20000 to 60000 a splendid testimonial of the love of her friends Miss Sarah White led for several hours with 4665 votes and for a long time looked like a winner Along toward night Mies Whites friends rested for further developments and it was thought that she would enter the field again at the close of the contest andI finish strong About this time Miss Chenaults votes began to pile up in large blocks so that near the closing hour she Lad distanced ell other con testants At nine oclock to the regret of all a telegram was received from Mr Landrum of Lancaster saying that Miss Bradley desired to retire from the contest After her with drawal there were but few changes in theslandingof the candidates and at eleven oclock Miss Chenault was declared the winner with 15820 votes Miss Chenault will be crowned Qneen of the Carnival on Thurday and to eether with her Maids of Honor will tie the center of attraction in the mag nificent Floral Parade The coronation ceremonies will be conducted by Senator McCreary and Hon J A Sullivan Time following is a correct list of those oted for in the contest with their votesFlorrie Chenault 15820 Sallie White 4GG5 Christine Bradley 1005 Katie Smith 80S Mary Collins 100 Carlisle Chenault 61 Sue Hume 05 Emily Chennult 81 Nancy Royce 31 Sue Deatherage 26 Carlisle Walker 23 Bessie Lackey 22 Kerthenia McCord 17 Mattie C Smith 15 Mary Shackelford 14 Auue Bennett 7 Florie Bright 1 C E WOODS T II TICKETS A B FARIS J J NEALE Committee HI s Bradley Withdraws From The Race In withdrawing from the contest for Queen of the Elks Carnival Miss Christine Bradley notofies the Rich mond Lodge in the following letter Lancaster Ky July 12 To the Elks Lodge Richmond Ky Some weeks ago at the solicitation of several partial young friends I consen ted to permit myself to be voted for in the contest for Queen of the Carnival shortly to be held in your city I understood that each Elk who was n friend of mine would bo permitted to vote for me upon the payment of five cents the fund arising therefrom to be given to the Elks Lodge at RichmonJ I learned with very great surprise and uvea greater regret that my friends both at homeand throughout the state have been notofied of my alleged candidacy with a view of permitting them to join in contributing large sums of money to secure my election The committed in charge of my alleged candidacy not only exhibitQd checks and drafts some given for as large amounts as S200 but they show letters from jnany friends directing the committee to draw on them for such additional amounts as may be found necessary They show me further also a signed Agreement of other partial friends in which they agree and obligate themselves to each other to contribute enough to elect roe regardless of the amount required This state of affairs was so entirely unthought of on my part and in fact so repulsive to me that I can not for one moment think of permitting tiusume of such large sums seIIectedvote of ones friends they voting for only the nominal sum of five entsmay bo indeed a very great honor but when the eiectlonis to be bought by large sums of money as is here proposed it i3 an honor which I do not at all de sirfoud which Ido not believe my father now In New York would ape prove of ialsolearn today that this being jUadison county fair with a number ofher daughters being voted forwhile I am the only nonresidont entered 1- am for that reason being made the subject of some criticism all of which I very much regret and do not wish to longer merit So thanking those friends who have so generously joined in the effort to elect me and assuring then that I shall ever feel profoundly grate mI to each of them yoU have at tin same time dltpctcd the said committee to return every dollar of the fund to the deori JOY thanks ant with a Btten3 8t of my re fiong for no fmr h wit used YeryhUYraliftIUJtI 1J i PERSONAL Miss Eleanor Chenanlt is visiting Slips Lucy Buckaer in Parii Mrs Bud Dunn has been on the sick list for the last week Miss Elsie Harvey of Louisville is the guest of Miss Mary Little Mr Harry Moffatt of Louisville via ited friends here Sunday Mrs L J Frazee of Lexington is the guest of friends in the city Mr F B Carr and family of Paris are visiting relatives in the city Miss Estell Walker of Garrard coun ty was the guest of Miss Dunn last weekProf and Mrs C G Crooks of Dan ville are the guests of Mis Elizabeth Crowo Misses Lelitla and Bess Crowe left yesterday for a vyeeks visit In Frank fort Mr William Logan of South Dakota is the guest of Mr and Mrs Jo S Joplin Miss Los Prather of Lexington ar rived Saturday to visit relatives during the fair Prof and Mrs J W McGarvey have returned from a visit to friends in Lex ington Miss Elizabeth Smith of Columbus Ohio Is the guest of Mrs Robert L FrenchMr W W Watts returned from Texas last week to spend the summer Ashbrooke of Cyn till ana is the guest of Miss Bettie FrenchCMiss Josephine Smith of Shelbyville Is the guest of Dr and Mrs B L Slid delton Miss Judeth Tudor of Irvine is the guest of Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Mr Harry L Schlegel of St Louis is the guest of his parents Mr and Sirs J L Schlesel Dr and Mrs J V Logan are visit big Rev and Mrs S V Logan at Slid illesboro Miss Caroline Reid of Mt Sterling- is the guest of her sister Sirs DM ChenaultMr Grcenleaf visited friends visited friends in Lexington last week Miss Kit Clienault of Lexington is the guest of her sister Miss Florrie Dheuanlt Mrs Winnie Caldwell of Missouri is visiting her sister Sirs Charles Colyer near Speedwell Miss Cleve McWilllaras entertained- six couples very delightfully last Sun day at dinner Miss Kate Edgar has returned to her home in Paris after a visit to Col and Sirs G M Edgar Mr and Mrs John R Gibson have returned from a visit to relatives at Point Pleasant W Va Messrs Harry L Francis and John Ournside of Garrard county are in the city for the Fair Mrs Chenault Willis of Stanford was the guest of relatives in the city several days last week Mrs Alma legers and children of Oklahoma are the guests of her sister Mrs G W Evans Miss Mary Kate Hunt and Miss Ethel Watts of Clark county are yia jung Miss Mary Evans Mr William P Simmons of Jacksonville Fla is visiting his brother Mr George D Simmons Mr Hayden Loavell of Lancaster is the guest this week of Miss Mary Ballard near WliitesStation Mrs Sarah Shackelfurd has returned from Middlesborn where she was the guest of Mrs C M Woodbury Mr Herbert Ballard of Whites Station has returned home after a very pleasant visit to Bryantsvlllo oMiss Tommio West was a guest at a houseparty given by Mr and Mrs Alex West of Lancaster last week Mr and Mrs J Will Ilucker leave today for Richmond Ky to remain three weeks Lexington Leader Mr WS Brockman State Secretary ot tile College Y M 0 A work was the guest of Mr C R Bjucher Friday Miss Mollie Fife has as her guests this week Mrs George Land Mrs C E Smith and Mrs Thomas Combs of LexingtonMaj D Harris and wife of Richmond were here yesterday returning from Crab Orchard Springs Inter iorJournalMr Robertson of Gainesville Texas is visiting his old home in this county for the first time in twenty eight years Mrs D B Carter of Ladoga Ind and Mrs Lou Mershon of Atlanta guests of Mrs John Morshon visited relatives in Danville last week Miss Luxle Ballard gave a Iing Pong party Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Edna Schlegel and guest Miss Elizabeth Feeney cf Lexington Miss Marie Harbor of the Ruth Hargrave Seminary Key West or rived Thursday after spending a monthwith friends in New York and Washington Miss Kate Blanton who lisa been tie guest of Mrs Hal Grimes for sev eral weeks left tor Paris Wednesday to spend the rest of the summer Har rodsburg DemocratI The Midway Shows Time executive romtnitten were very fortunate in securing hacks Midway aud Carnival shows for the Fair ai d the success of this department now shows hew fortunate wa their selec tion The nnnio of lltck A Kirrn now means tho best that cnn be had in this class of entertainments The Statue turning to lire aniljhe Palace of Illu sinus time Hull of Living pictures time Fairies Well the Finder Detective are all excellent shows and should be seen by every Visitor nt the Fair AVe feel sale in suyiug that when once they are visited you will want to see them again Capt Louis Forchos deep sea divers is another wonderful attraction that all should see Capt Sorcho has been awarded medals by the Government and by many scientific societies of this and otfier countries His entertain ment is instructive M well as entertain tug Snake lid tiia great snake show which tho snakes are tint tho feature ii drawing great crowds The Crystal Pavilion and many other attractions too numerous to mention all deserve a Visit Ilemeinber you dont see the fair until you ace it all aud when you gee Hook Jt Zarro Midway you se this boat that is fheRalaceol Illusions Ithe ff ibwt show llthC Midway DOC ffai1Joit II DRESS UP FOR THE FAIR Young Man And come to our big stock for the Fixings The Elkst Carnival will be one of the grandest events in the history of good old Madison county The belles and beaux will come from far andnearfrom mountains and blue grass from city and town And of course youll want to look your best for the occasion so scan the lists below and come quick for an early pick Flannel Suits Will dress you in comfort and style at small cost 5 to 10 V 4 Negligee Shirts Fine display of the newest fashions 50cJJ50 7JNeckwearJust from New York the latest shapes in newest silks 25 and 50 cts Wash Ties 5 to 25 cts in OF BY OR for 50 75 and 85c Two for Go and 85c Ladies 9Sc 125 150 and 198 Vici newest 2t to 7 worth 2 our price Men Shoes Kid 4 250 our lOc soft sole Shoes red tan white blue 25c We J 0 8 to You are to our The Ccsl Liniment For Strains Mr F p Wells the merchant at peer Turk Long Island N Y says I alwavs Chamberlains 1ain Balm as the best liniment for strains I used it winter for a severe lame liess in the side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with the quick relief and cure it For sale ty Stockton Hagan 1m Old Fiddlers Coutest Julv 17 Says the Children Statistics will prove Ihat a large per centage of deaths among ohildren may to traced to arirluir fuii- the early souring of milk by buuitna Cholera Infantum la the most fatal Disease of infancy and common es r clally with fed infant Perry pavis Painkiller in the emergency is time best remedy and anti saves tummy childs life while the doctor is coming 25 and We bottles The army of success Is often but shattered ncome Doesnt tucks if the cxpensos are greater Didyoti ever figure out jdmt sickness costs you per year di c br8f bill medicine huhetc to say nothing of the Bufferinc strikes like a knife in the back if lef iilosiev with Perry Davis tIle terrors of this disease are iff Painkiler relieves muscular ramp lumbago neuralgia and sci ticn 25 and 50 cent bottles Risen saints ou ht not to wear tleir Irravd clothes iilllsin ore was lirnfilicd and tho crude processes then tjn use allowed a largo of metal to escape arid thaii- QSS in some cases to a for The stomach is just liko a stamp mill In this respect that when II is not in perfect order it allows the escape and waste of much of the yiv nuLls nutriment contained in the food loss when means the ilosa of mans greatest fortune health ilence offers a remedy for this condition In Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis ery It corrects the weakness hI time prevent waste and loss bt puts the stomach and of and nutrition into a condition of health which enables them to save and ill thin tin the food wlucH is eaten In all ciluconaUi the used PItetwUl smd the UlU 0 White Duck Trousers YonlIwant a pair or two 1 Low Cut Shoes Large collection of stylish shapes at 250 up assortment in Rich mond 152550 cts WalkOver Shoes Most satisfactory Shoe made at the price 350 and 4 Straw Hats and Felt Hats Fine Belts Suspenders and Gloves everything thats right Style Quality and Price Dontt delay your coming COVINGTON BANKS SELLERS EVERYTHING WORN MAN BOY IN SliDES11AND SLIPPERS Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers Children Go Rothchilds Patent Upper Strap Sandals Children Patent Vamp Strap Sandals Ladies Patent leather Vamp Manish Oxfords shapesSunrise Rothchilds Chrome styles branded price last 150 175 Infants Moccasins Infants black CLOTHING beequaledBoys Mattings to 25c Window Shades 65c invited inspect MILLINERY DEPARTMENT recommend Thursday complications mobilization mistakes prosperity Rheumatism Painkiller percentage amounted continuous stomach nourishment digestion assimilate BUtriraent contained = epiIIy 1r114oiesi prtU4aRti7- olv Hosieryr ELDERS BARGAINS Baby Caps lOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 VELDERto fortunestu PHllHEYS t fpiiirhiliBAllO Rift Qq AUiR6TlYf affoL1 ItRTUfff PetfM1ticifflFIvY8D fflWUCiD 1 6011 tf HOW len Y 1HIlTJS IOfRPpLICATIOP BEFORE YOU GO for your summer vacation call at VICTOR BOGAERTVS Ask to see of the unique pretty yet inexpensive nov ltit sin Sterling Silver article for the seashore und lakeside Victor BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON K The San Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience sim ila to that which has happened in almost every neighborhood the Uuited Stales anil has been told cud retold by thousands of others lie says Last summer I had an attack dveeniery and purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarhoea Remedy which I used scoot ding to directions Iud With entirely satisfactory results4The trouble was controlled much quickPrtlJan former attacks hn Iui Mr Ia a ic ell known eltlzftn ol fl by8tndcJIIIn J Summer complaint is unusually pre valent among children this season A wtiirrslaimmily CnJitCholeraof the best patent medicine n tinfnrt need and which Is always kept on hand at the tome of ye scribe Tnfai I hut tlltlpantwhol5eneIit little sutfertrB wlm may ttotbe umlofamilyshould eFi1eiauyliiiw U Tor iiii by fccktoii l1a gsaInIi ls m I ii I I 1m I 1a 0sj II II i J 1rT tT i i 1 1 t heoc D L1I 105rED hqtii 12 j4 I t 1 t Ijj t UI Iii c f L I i 1J I t I if 1 1 1J J t ti irIr i ftt 4 fT l II p a d A II IID HJ r ktiw 4 fAI 1LHOI1AJAN5NIUAN TER4 fIIf you want to Dnvl a Rt od borne In Texas where V lir crops are I raised and where pc le prosper write for a copy of ourvhandsorae booklets Homes In tKe South and ThroughTtiaswIthwest t I a Camera Sent fra to any body wholsao 4ou tobeKerhla condition I Free Reclining Chair Cars uu u All IMPO11ANT TEXAS POINTS Double Dally Service MAJISAS OKLAHOMA INDIAOEBRITORY TEXAS ChOCTAW FLYER 4 UtmpMi to llttl Rock 4 6 MemphIs to Hot Sprlnti 6 TRANSfER Pnlmin Buffet Sleeping Cars lId Free Recliolni Chit Cue on ill Trains Equipment Untgrpisiid Siperb Senrlce Memphli Ticket OBte Main St FHANK v aRirrmi T p eanphIs Tenn F n BLACfAir 1chtt4noog Teun L rAIUlOT T X AtIntaOOEOLktl hock Ark f R T P L1 tIClNNATl LWLaBEAUMEGPTL stLUlSI Profit Sliarang The Cincinnati EnquirerBcto ooldo 97OOO To be distributed to such of its reades 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 That 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 otc making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estmias An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for n exact correct estimate if received ca 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 4 181 cash prizes in JJ several of which equal a lifetime ompeteuce 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber 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 50C for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules end regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Ef 716 Cincinnati O LouIsville Henderson- ondSt Louis Railway HomeseeI ers Excursions AT LOW RATES4oo TO THE WESTTic- kets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist II One Wsay Rates to the Northwest tvnd CeJifornioc Points Ngv xx For Further lnformatlon Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trov Psxss Agent Ceivl POSS Agent LOUISVILLE KY nIiLS n- KY 98 Cents Skirts 50 White Pique Skirts made with flounce and deep hem at bottom of flounce worth 150 for 9Sc 59 Cents Skirts J 75 Blue and White Pblka ot Duck Skirts worth 75c for 596 f 25 Cents Skirts 100 Crash Skirts rthO aejjts each for 25 cents each 275 Pique Skirts jThis Skirt is made with double flounce and one row inserting or siugjeflounce and two rows at eachlmtgoC97139 Choice Line of Polka Dot Duck Skirts in Blak or Blue double or single flounce Cheapat 175 but they go at 139 The entire stock of Wolen Skirts are being andWhiteFL PILCtJR qp L Y u +t+ CALL AT + + 4 I JONES MERSHNJ SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodating clerks Qeaalie Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssss1 PhoneS Second St RlOUNOJYlJ KY MOtE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings flew For Discovery Consumption Coigns and Colas 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 SOc a 51 Trial Bottle Free LOW RATES West VIA B 8t OSWu San Francisco and return account Biennial Meeting Knights of Phthias Tickets will be sold August to 9 Inclusive Tacoma WashingtonY- oung Peoples Chris tian Union United Pres byterian Church Ticket will bo sold July 15 to 20 Inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah Benevolent Protective Order Elks Tickets will be sold August 6 te Inclnsivem For particulars Meeping car space etc call on any agent t BOSWor d O P McCARTYG- eneral Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio 1Public 3Story Warehouse Bluegrass Seed Cleanet A Small Dwelling WeQne QY July IB 19D At 2 oclock p nit or thereabout we will offe for public sale on the premises all of the prop erty o- fFarmers Blue Grass Seed Cc contesting of about Vi acres of ground wit all the improvements thereon situated on the outh side of the Lexington pike and adloin ing the right of way of the E L B S Railroad on tne west the properts of S S Ilaye on the east and fronting on said pike Th improvements upon said property consists of Warehouse Building a Blue Seed Clean- Ing Plant and a small Dwelling House wit outhouses atached The warehouse is a large three story frame metal roffedbnlldingabou 100x40 feet strongly built and has side trac connection with the C 0 Railroad Th Blue Grass Seed Cleaning Plant is in the ware house above mentioned and is a fully equiopei set of machinery lor cleaning Blue Grass Seed The dwelling is a smaU frame single stor house of several rooms with outhouses am good lot in front and rear Said property will be offered for sate seper ately and as a whole with the view of accept ing the bid or bids which will realize the mosl TEKMSOnethlrd cash and onethird is one and two years respectively with Interes on deferred at 6 per cent Persons desiring to examine property o wanting any information concerning same may address or apply toT HOOD SMITH o L H BUSH at Winchester Ky The Farmers Blue Grass Seed CO 2Jul3t For Spring 19O2e White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn Indiz Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Naiusoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods J Fine Printed Novelti GinghamChanibraysShirLings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe e ChinE Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Qoftons CelebriiSliirts f hIteADibapn1 Q4MYiC The Voice in Conversatkxi- To the person of sensitive organization the management of the voice in conversation is of great importance Ma- In possessed of superI 1sensitive perception do not realize how much pleasure and too often what pain may be imparted in a seemingly slight difference of tone or inflectionClimate has no doubt a great deal to do with the kind of development that is given to the speaking tones but there is much also in custom and example American are just ly criticised for their faults in this respect though ill the present generation there is probably less of the evil par ticularlv among the educated than there was among their immediate forbears Every college of any standing now adays largely corrects the provincialisms not only of accent and pronunciation but also of tone and inflection of its pupils Yet the local in fluence will sometimes per sist even in the most cul tured until the end of life The fact also remains that in Europeans the provincial ac cent twang brogue or burr however it may be called is often agreeable But except the mellow Southern pe culiarities of speech there is nothing at all that is pallia tive in our American varieties of accent It is not however the cor rection of provincialism of ac cent or pronunciation that is most important There is a side of the subject that must take precedence since it has something of an ethical bear ing The inflection of the voice is what stamps the real value upon the words Those that would appear benignant if written may derive a hate ful quality from the manner in which they are spoken And in the exchange of the simplest amenities of life a mere phrase that should be a greeting or a compliment of ten becomes an impertinence almost an insult through su perciliousness of inflection or flippancy of tone Many peo pIe especially of late years r say Good morning or Thank you I as if by doing r so they conferred a reluctant favor The rising inflection at the end of a phrase often conveys this impression Whether the practice was in troduced by some selfstyled smart set along with cer tain mannerisms in hand shak ing a few years ago or is of distinctly vulgar growth it is certainly discourteous and anyone who will resent itas equivalent to an affront will have right and the more re fined public opinion upon his r sideThe education of the speak ing voice is of vastly greater consequence than a lyrical training Conversation and public speaking may be mus ic in a noble sense if the voice is used rightly Let our children first learn to speak well not in monotonous thin or harsh tones or with uncouth or impertinent flec tions and then if we will let siugPhiladelphia Risen saints ought not to wear their grave clothes Our faith in Gods promises oft depends on our faithfulness to his pre ceptsI The army of success Is often but mobilization of shattered mistakes The trouble with the people who look ou honesty as a good policy is that they are not willing to pay the premium tohavemakeshereruptionsare entirely cured by the great blood punfyingrnediciae Dr Pierces Golden thebloodperinanentlytetter boils pimples and other eruptive bloodsimpuritybloodmaking glands and thus in creases the supply of pure rich blood For about oee year and a Salt MT fcce was XluCarrieAdams drIorsandyouradvertlsemeaL liefotethrecbotUfliI sayOHSThe sole DlttMfocMtbetKU k to permit the dealer to make the little tneritoriousli1IL kcIMedkSIAdviar oIsecsttnifucApit 1r a4Lblf algn tare icon ereryi lor of the gcnulno Laxative BrMM fwiMae Tablet ho remedy tat tyorn toW la one day There are times wbqp the absence cf crankiness shows thoiibsence of sense =Tetter SatKbeni and Eczema The intense itching add smarting ini lent to these diseases allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin very bad ases have been permanently cured by it Jt Is efficient for tching piles and afavoriteremc y fjrr sore nipples snapped bonds chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta ycr box lr Cddjs CradilliiR Powders arjust what a horse nee Is when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vorniifnge They lire not food but medicine and tho best in nse to put a horse in prime con llioa Pric 25 ents per ackat1 Tlie man uho kjioy33d only with hilt liiiiul will never Irilft Him with h s liBltt One Box Cure Eczema 1 hind si very Kcveln tau If eczema ami trltdsvarail teiurilies jjiveu uie by OiflfreiiiilriiuciMHjihut they did not give me XHtiffaclinn lr Evliiann rec ommended your JlQinfcka Eczema Cure anti it gave me ijietant relief and one box cnre i me cf the desease nOecar Schilling Vatspw Illinois For sale by L Midvlleton 5iuuely Carry the radlnnco of your soul in your face let the world have the bene fit orit I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find then time heat thing for my stomach 1 ever used savs T W Robinson Jus Utaof the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only conect disorders of Ike stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents per bog for sale by stockton Ha gao 1m It always hnrts a girl when ono of her old beaux martins her best girl friend Need More Help Often time overtaxed organs of diges tion cry out for heli by pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowll disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gen the thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at Perry Thomas drug store Itn Heavenly citizenship rests on heavenly sonship Mother Always Keeps it Handy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health duo primarily to indigestion BaTS L W Spalding Verona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Kodol She grew better at once and now at the age of eoventvsix eats any thing she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as i he lips her liottle of Kodol handy Dont waste tune dpctorin syc ptoms Go after the yourImeslihssiomaeli and filrcnirtliftns the bodyity digesting your lood It is nature own tonic lui Tho bist fruits must be touched by frost TilE MOUNTAIN C1AUTAUQUA Mountain Lake Part HaiTland On the Crest of the Allejhanj Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and sensible summer resort in America 2800 feet above sea level 350000 in vested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rnral sim plicity live hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasonable rates This resort Is tho situ of the Moun tain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the great Chautanqua itself and is annually visited y thousands of persons who are strengthened in mind bv the unexcelled facilities afforded for educational work and invigorated in body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the moun talus is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B0 SouthWestern from June 1st to September 30th good re turning until October 31st 1902 Spec ially low rates during July and Aug ust for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about attrac tions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished in reply to inquiries addressed to L A Ruth sail Mountain Lake Park Maryland For information on the subject of rates and time of trains apply to Tick etAgents B O S W R Tt or the undersigned J B Scott District Passenger agent Cincinnati Ohio O P McCarty G I A- Cincinnati Ohio Oldest in th State A C Taber iiged eighty died at Olive Hill last week He was perhaps the oldest deputy County Clerk in the State being fir it appointed to this official position by Capt Elias P JJjivis Circuit and County Clerkj August 22 1856 lIe servecjln this ca pacity up to the jtiine of his death excepting ian interval as Magistrate The Augusta Chronicle says Several vipeks ago a welldressed Strjjpger weqt to the home of MH and Mis Wm E Atcbispi at Salt Lick Bath cpuntv and made arrangements tjiMr Atch ison to take and ij ar a child for which he WaS tc receive 10 monthly Tlbchild a boy was brought to Mr Atchison about wo weeks ago and the firs 10 paid The little fellow ned away however and diedj The man who made the deal with Mr Atchison did not jdivulge his name Poor Ada ay who charmed thbusahi Is twenty five or thirty with her Lady Isabel Fin East Lynne and call d many a tear too as she fang Then Youli Jleittemberj Me has quit the earthly age She died a day or o ago at Brooklyn fcu roftbi1 tothb i ti i il STOPS PAIN I Athens Tonn Jan 27 1901 ofmIYmenhlpbackbearing down pains tn the abdomen During the month I have been taking Wino of Cnrdut and Thodfords BlackDraught and IpazsedthensOnth ly period without pain for the in years NutKt DAvis What Is ills wcrY lo a woman stiHw Ing like Nil nle Dayis suffered Yel there are women In thousands of homes today who aro bearing those terrible menstrual pains In silence If you are ono of these we want to say that this same Wi iOf iRDUI will bring you permanent relief Con sole yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wino cf Cardui Those worn en suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardui will stop all these aches and pains for you Purchase a 100 bottle of Wino ol Cardui today and take it In the privacy of your home- yeradylesandlileranre aMrrsa tom The Ladies Adr berrtnwnt- lhe cmttoooP Xtd1the Co Chttamoga- Tesin a UThe kingdom will come when Ute will is done When you have slain your lusts bury their hides BUSINESS PROPOSITIONAndrew a check and makes it good fora million thats Capital Rockefeller buysa barrel of Oil for 55 and sells it for 10thats Easiness A man digs- a well 90 feet deep for rzothafa Labor Edison takes a and makes it talkthats Ingenuity Marconi takes an instrument with out wires and makes it talk iWO miles thats Brains The Druggist takes Harifoam the Shampoo Tonic and Dandruff Cure sells it to the public it wIn stop the hair from fall out and remove dandruff thats a Godsend Price 25c Per Bottled For Sale B- yE C WIINESManufactured GUILDS DRUG to- N w York City Lexington Ky Rain and sweat have no effect on harness treated with Eureka Har J ness OH It re damPjkeepsthdealh y No rough sue Theaharnesa only keeps looking liken but wears twice r as longby the use of Eureka- ljarneas OiL Sold ererywhere means all sixes Made by- Standard Oil Company 1 C K ftj t For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the Iollowingjudgment- sAJWWebberBerkley Kyt38 26 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N Q Brandon It Co Dexter Ky 333 20 J K Yonng 3 Son Olaseow Ky 44 10 Wm Knepzlen Milton Ky 2341 Ky6628Ferdinand QOKcounfyKy 560 A Kockport Ky 136 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7myGt lem Of Vital Interest I WE have erected a large and anti more modern business house to take the place of the one re cently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun hijhestOASUWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALTtcii Give us a call before disposing of your pro duce and we will convince you that we propose to load in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Depot2tljanly RIChMOND KY C w 0R- OUTEc Popular Excursions iTOOld Point Comfort 5Aii Ocean View Va Tickets 15 days Returning Tickets and5Qtember2 Solid vestibuled Trains dinlrijc cawii eleetric lights Pullman Sletfw ntJti1FIlUiPhoenix hotel Lexington Ky 13 Round Trip j W 1AUZY D F A- EUUAGPA J d Lowsis t itlul 5 MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE BJHMOND or mbrrl1leaud Clllclnnlltl u For Irvine 154Lf- l3ForMil1ersCreek4 u 350pm TRAINS ABRIV8 JiCHlIOND From LouIsville n and I llMam ClnclnnaUlIttr i- nFromIreine1 335 pm 830 om C M BKOWlKtNO Gen SIgr- Versailles Ky R A AVoqlaras 8 A Richmond jty Notice to Creditors AH parties haVing claims against the estate of Mrs Bcthaeba Adams deceased are re quested to file UntO on or before June23 prop rly verified or same will babrred Those knowing themselves to be indebted to the et state are requested to call aid settle- R O ADAMS rairSl It AJmtnlitartor u High tides of jjrinf carry us over tie hidden bar 1 Tho true heavenly mind will he earthly kind DR FEN IERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder AlSO Dropsy female TroublesCURE Dont become discoursed There is a cure for you if necessary write Dr tenner lIe has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours All consUtations Eight months In bed heavy backache pain and soreness across Jdneys also rheu matism Other remedies failed Dr Fen nocs Kidney and Itackacio Curo cured me completely II WATER Hamlet K Y Drnrclsts50c Ask forCook nook Tree ST VITUSDANESuf1eureClrculnrnr iTO THOSE tIwishing to purchase the Page Wire Fence Wcare pleased to state that it is on sale at time tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons R chmond Searcv Hamilton Waco Jo OS Powell Red House I J W Masters Valley View J V Whitlocfc Baldwin John Stapp Newby Burton Roberts Rathton J W Tester Edenton J W Prewitt Cottonlmrc L A Vearren Paint Lick- WallacetonC C McWharter Blcknert Early Berea JT Coy KirkvUlo KallalDyspepsia Digests whai 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 Themostsensitive manythousandscured after every thine else failed Iiunequalled for the s omack Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves A diet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles ChicagoTheFor sale by Perry Jc Thomas Half Rates to- Colorado Utahand the Black Hills And return vi- aBig 4 Route ON SALE July J to 13 J02 inc Hound trip tickets to Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo and Glenwood Springs Colorado Salt Lake City and Ogden Utah Ouster Deadwood Hot Springs and Lead South Dakota from Big Four points east of but not including Terre Haute Veedersburj and St Anne at the rate of one fare for round trip Final Return Limit October 3J 1902 partlcuIarsliScall on Agents Big Pour Route or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch W P Dep- peGenPTA AssLGPTA Cincinnati Ohio Plan Now For Colorado T I Th Burlingtons Extensive Scheme ol Summer Tours The Bo te makes the most attractive excursion rales to Col orado Resorts that have jiver been made for long periods of ihj Summer we make euch remarkable w first class round trip rates to Dqaver Colorado Springs and Manitou 2100 trim SU Louis 1500 iroD r Kansas City 2500 from Chicago goo1all summer atpthcr periods faro plus 200 ronnl trip 01lIYjtlO Cheap to Too May 27th to ABRt8t 2d to 8th Round trip good 60 lays variable routes from St LOIII47Sefrein CIti 5006 Misswr Him 4500 ilMower than the one tay rate only 100 more between Fr co and Port land first class goodi chair cars seats free staa kii sleepers or Through Tourist Sleet r Excursions Chief Coast route t1Ie Burirngtofl to DekTqr through Senfe Colorado Salt Lake Cool Mitin ota IeeoIaVee scores of th coohst and countryfrequentAppTy tOlJeMMtT t A atMwrite us ofyour prppoWa rijnrljwrtbtr to Colorado P cJKe at Y lhw atoneParkMleneotj letni advi itent and no1st 7J MCWMSmDpA4Q ftpjCliiskmmsatll Ob s C M UlVETI StI1n stMVU rJIt la tj T Comein And Examine This Range We think AVe can convince ru wi is better than man is We know we cat f vinco you of the fartatfar better than a ne Rar h TheMajesti Is made of Malleable Iron andwont warp or break like a cast stove Come C and see for yourself Cultivators At the right prices A few Tongue Cul tivators at 16 Others from 15 up Screen Doors at Your Own Price Tin work and repair work promptly done by an experiencedworkman Arbuckle Simmons Majestic Headquarters l JO eeT It is time you were thinking vU 1 your and therefore it is time to think us You cannot be too particuav about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied stock to select from You want with variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service and above all you want the right prices We are prepared to meet all of these wants in the fullest measure and earnestly ask an inspection of our stock before placingyour order W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND BWWy KENTUCKY Save Moneyill rltfromcrease We prove to each patron that tlllY no only get the I BEST GOODS but the PR Once you trad with us patron iivcu a trial order tLility t please We pay 2 1 mt S for all afltl Beef member if you want the beslb at lofl est Prices call off us C Keller KY the of We do not soy that wemay dovebope your muscles but ttt we vi Each given special attention no form or apparatus is we only ask that jon follow our carefnllv for ten night before retiring or upon arising ia the morning Using onr meHiod only develops the im the heart action which pumps pure rich blood the entire syrtem Our pupils are taught by only Thoms Itd buy been relievetl of indigestion IIDti Ir trouble eMud wjli4o the wmfe tiling for ou In two weeks ei iitr an sycarriaro This is the only me that doe pet ovHtAr tle hwt If there is any special part you wish JeVQ kindly swio SAW in UTcli nlll received tlon t Our M for 3 00 ma J CIII 53C MARKET INTHE 11 LOWEST always ouriirienafeiid andOUF HIGHEST MARKET PRICE Country Produce HidsH Groceries POWELL JB3ROS Raymond PhysicalDevelopment Building LOUISVILLE Teaches only Scientific Method Physical Cultur IndividHalw Instructioiifj regvD Pck8bHfprodHceR threwjittoAit constipation H- Ultnlooteorreiporiilewje confidential meliwd ehrkif JMtettctkxw complete EAN UYMOND Instructor DI I tfJYEA I I rr tI I i Iii without change N heset 1mne p director make close tonneclji 1 1 for parts of Texas OWahoV x raised anti where prosper Ii write for a copy of ourvhaudsome booklets llomesln be South west and ThroughTtJiaswItb a Camera Sent free W any body FBTYATTTPA f L UBEAUHE P S T A ST IOUIS tE H r 1tN stgJH N9INqJAN TER4c le1rW1ich andIndianTerritory iJkflwhoIsanrioustobeKelrhlSj Free Reclining Chair Cars AAUUU u ALL ISPORTANT TEXASjPOlNTS Double Dally Service AUKAHSAS OKlAIIOMA- INDIA1JERRITORY TEXAS ChOCTAW FLYER 4 Memphis to llttli Rock 4 6 Memphis to Hot Sprlop 6 MEMPHIS Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cirt tat Fret Reclininj Chair Cara all Trains UnaarpaaaiJSuperb SIempti Ticket OXee Main St FBAKK oKirnrn T p htTenn F O BLACOIANT P Chttnooga TenD L rARnorT I A Atlanta Oa H LEE o P ind T LktI Itock Ark = J Profit Sriarmgi The Circirirati Enquirer octo n- d97OOO To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel Lectualand profitable study A contst that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is That 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 estimae An additional sum of 10000 will te given by the Daily Enquirer for 10 exact correct estimate ifreceived n or before July 31 190 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash pries in a several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub xriber 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 5oc for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity withrules tnd regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanhs etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU B1c 716 Cincinnati O r = 1J1i Io1uisvii100Henderson andSto Louis Railway Homeseekers9 Excursions AT LOW RATESr TO THE WESTTic- kets on Saie First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Viy Rates to the Northwest xnd CaJiforniix Points For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trov Pass Agent Corvl Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY 7WMainIKY 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 Blue and White Polka IDot Duck Skirts worth 75c for 59e 25 Cents Skirts 100 CIash Skirts brth 50 scents each for 25 cents each 275 Pique Skirts This Skirt is made with double flounce and one row inserting or single ilounce and two rows inserting They are wortjh 350 each but tjo at 275 139 Choice Line of Polka Dot Duck Skirts in Blak or Blue double or single flounce Cheap at 175 but they go at 139 The entire stock of Woolen Skirts are being LawnsandWhitB T J P1LCHER COZgt Ky +++ + CALL ATf+ + I JGNESiHERSHN SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodating clerks emrine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap S Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discover Fox Consumption Cos and Gciis Than Zy All Other Throat And LUEJJ 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 SOc 51 Trial Bottle Free LOW RATES West VIA B OS W San Francisco and return account Biennial Meeting Knights of Phthias Tickets will be sod August to incluiive TacomatWashington Young Peoples Chris tian Union United Pres byterian Church Ticket will bo sold July 15 to 20 Inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah Benevolent Protective Order Elks Tickets will be sold August 6 to 9 inclnsive19 For particulars Meeping car space etc call on any agent t BOSWor O P McCARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Public Sale 3Story Warehouse Bluegrass Seed Cleaner A Small Dwelling WIftcay1y 15 l At 2 oclock p m or thereabouts we will offe for public sale on the premises all of the prop erty o- tFarmers Blue Grass Seed Co consisting of about 4V acres of ground with all the Improvements thereon situated on thE outh side of the Lexington p ke and adjoin Ing the right of way of the E L B S Railroad on toe west the properts of 8 S Ilaye on the east and fronting on said pike ThE improvements upon said property consists of a Warehouse Building a Seed Clean- Ing Plant and a small Dwelling House with outhousesatached The warehouse is a large three story frame metal rotted buildingabou lOOziO feet strongly built and has side track connection with the C 0 Railroad The Blue Grass Seed Cleaning Plant Is intheware house above mentioned and is a fully equlDpe set of machinery for cleaning Blue Grass Seed The dwelling Is a smaU frame single story house of several rooms with outhouses and good lot In front and rear Said property will be offered for sale seper ately and as a whole with the view of accept ing the bid or bids which will realize the most TKKMSOnethird cash and onethird In one and two years respectively with interest on deferred payments at 6 per cent Persons desiring to examine property wanting any Information concerning same may address or apply to J HOOD SMITH 01 L H BUSH at Winchester Ky The Farmers Blue Grass Seed CO 2ul3t For Spring 1902A t 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 Jhambrays Shirtings Embroideries s Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts i Whit ANDQinsnnII 1icHMo4D tY j The Voice in Conversation To the person of sensitive organization the management of the voice in conversation is of great importance Ma ny not possessed of super sensitive perception do not realize how much pleasure and too often what pain may be imparted in a seemingly slight difference of tone or inflectionClimate hasnodoubta great deal to do with the kind of developmtnt that is given to the speaking tones but there is much also in custom and example American are just ly criticised for their faults in this respect though in the present generation there is probably less of the evil par ticularly among the educated than there was among their immediate forbears Every college of any standing nowadays largely corrects the provincialisms not only of accent and pronunciation but also of tone and inflection of its pupils Yet the local in fluence will sometimes per sist even in the most cul tureduntil the end of life The fact also remains that in Europeans the provincial ac cent twang brogue or burr however it may be called is often agreeable But except the mellow Southern pe culiarities of speech there is nothing at all that is pallia tive in our American varieties ofaccent It is not however the correction of provincialism of ac cent or pronunciation that is most important There is a side of the subject that must take precedence since it has something of an ethical bear ing The inflection of the voice is what stamps the real value upon the words Those that would appear benignant if written may derive a hate ful quality from the manner in which they are spoken And in the exchange of the simplest ameuities of life a mere phrase that should be a greeting or a compliment of ten becomes an impertinence almost an insult through superciliousness of inflection or flippancy of tone Many people especially of late years say Good morning or Thank you as if by doing so they conferred reluctant favor The rising inflection at the end of a phrase often conveys this impression Whether the practice was introduced by some selfstyled smart set along with cer tain mannerisms in hand shak ing a few years ago or is of distinctly vulgar growth it is certainly discourteous and anyone who will resent itas equivalent to an affront will have right and the more re fined public opinion upon his sideThe education of the speak ing voice is of vastly greater consequence than a lyrical training Conversation and public speaking may be mus ic in a noble sense if the voice is used rightly Let our children first learn to speak well not in monotonous thin or harsh tones or with uncouth or impertinent inflec tions and then if we will let singPhiladelphitTimes RIsen saints ought nut to wear their grave clothes Our faith in Gods promises oft de pends on our faithfulness to his precepts The army of success is often but mobilization of shattered mistakes The trouble with the people who look on honesLy as a good policy is that they aro not willing to pay the premIumIt affliction for a woman to have her face disfigured by pimples or makesherof social enjoyment Disfiguring tions are caused bloOdand are entire1ycured by the great blood GoldenMmlcalblood the poisonous impurities which perinanentlyeruptivediseases ofthecreases the supply of pure rich blood For about one year and a helf my face CarrieAdiiml doetoriyouradvertisements BeforebottlesIanyonetopermitmore profit paid by tile sale of less mer loseThereforeGolden iledical Discovery ledlcalAdvisera stampsforpaK wvttt orl MMHft for Use tIYa1MNI ic c This signature liOn every borf the genuine Laxative Brwno QuHiine Tablets the remedy that cures n cold In ODe lay 1 There lire times when tle absence d crankiness shows the abs mce of sense Tetter SatIlhottm and Eczema The intenso itching and smarting mel dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlaiis Eye nnd Skin Ointment Many visry bad taises have been permanently cured by it Jt Is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for liore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cailjs Condition Ponders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They ore not food but medicine and the best in nse to put a horse in prime condition Priri 25 enta per packa TIll man who kutiws Gail only with hiri liHiul will mvtr trust Him with Ii 6 ii out One Box Cures Eczema I had a very never Int of eczema ami trjttisvral ieiur lie piveu me by liflcreni clrujrcihts but they did not give ma HHtihfictioh Mr Eyinaim rec ommended your Ilemiiiks Enema Cure aud it gave me instant relief and one box cnrp l me f the desease nOecar tVliillinc Waiiww Illinois For sale by L Middieion 5iuuely Carry the radiance of your soul in your face let the world have the bene fit of it I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find them the best tiling for my stomach I ever used savsT W Robinson Jus tice of the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only correct disorders of Ike stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take anti pleasant in effect PricoSo cents per box For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m It always hurts a girl when ono of her old beaux marties her best girl friend Need More Help Often tho overtaxed otgans of diges tion cry out for help by Dyspepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt uso of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gen tit thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at Perry Thomas time store Ira Heavenly citizenship rests on heav only sonship Mother Always Keeps it Handy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health duo primarily to indigestion Says L W Spalding Verona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Kodol She grew better at once mid now at the age of eoventvsix eats anything she wants remarking tlmt she fears no bad effects as die linn her bottle of Kodol handy Dont waste tune doctoring syn ptoms Go after the aURA If your stomach is sound your health will be good Kodol rests the somaeh and strengthens the liodyiiv digesting your lood It is natures own tonic lin The best fruits must l e touched by frost TIlE MOUNTAIN CHAUTAUQUA Mountain Lake Park Maryland On the Crest of the Alleghany Mwatains Unquestionably the litest superb and sensible summer resort in America 2800 feet above sea level 3oOCOO invested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at rtiumnable rates This resort is the site of the Moun tain Cbautanqua and summer schools and of the great Chautauqua itself and is annually visited by thousands of persons who are strengthened in mind bv the unexcelled facilities afforded for educational work aul invigorated in body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the moun talus is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the li 0 South Western from June 1st to September 30th good returning until October 31st 1902 Specially low rates during July and August for the Chautauqua and other gatherings Information about attrac tions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished in reply to inquiries addressed to L A Rudi sail Mountain Lake Park Maryland For information on the subject of rates and time of trains IIp ply to Tick etAgents B 0 S W It R or the undersignedJ District Passenger agent Cincinnati Ohio O P McCarty G P Cincinnati Ohio Oldest in the State A C Taber agjd eighty died at Olive Hill last week He was perhaps the oldest deputy County Clerk in the State being first appointed to this official position by Capt Elias P Dayjs Circuit and County Clerk August 22 1850 He served in this ca pacity up to the time of his death excepting an interval as Magistrate The Augusta Chronicle says Several weeks ago a welldressed stronger went to the home of Mr and Mrs Wm E Atchison at Salt Lick Bath county and made arrangements with Mr Atch- ison to take and rear a child for which he was receive 10 monthly The child a boy was brought to Mr Atchison about two weeks ago and the first 10 paid The little fellow pined away however and died The man who made the deal with Mr Atchison did not divulge his name Poor Ada Gray who charmed thousand twenty five or thirty years ago with her Lady Isabel in East Lynne and eauseiJL many a tear to flow as she sxng Then Youll Remember hasitquit the earthly s idleda day or t o ago at Brooklyn of cane Ir of the stomach L nllJIlM tn cut 4ewu tin wit bh4 JrI STOPS PAIN Athens Tenn Jan 27 1801 Ever since tho fret appearance or mT menses they were very and 1 mitered with great pain In hips back stomach and legs with terrible bearing down pains In the abdomen During the month I have been taking Wine of Cardal and TbodfoMs Black nmsrht and I passed the monthly periOd without paIn for the first time in years KAHKIB DAVIS What Is lila wcrh to a woman suffer Ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet Ihcro are women In thousands of homes today who are bearing those terribto menstrual pains In silence If you are ono of these no want to say that this samo t f4D lOf A M will bring you permanent relief Console yourself with the knowledge thai 1000000women have been completely cured by Wino of Cardui These women suffered from leucorrhoea irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardul will stop all these aches and palm for you Purchase a 100 bottle of Wino of Cardul today and take II In the privacy of your horns For advice and lltentnrr xMrru ton The Lames AdrUory hrrtroent- The Chattanooga AledIcine Co Chattanooga UTise kingdom will como when the will Is done When you have slain your lusts bury their hides rej- 1 J I PROPOSITIONwij1 Andrew Carnegie takes a check and makes it good fora million thats Capital John Rockefeller buysa barrel of Oil for and sells it for Illthats Business A man digs a well 90 feet deep for 20thafi Labor Edison takes a cylinder and makes it talkthats Ingenuity C Marconi takes an Instrument with out wires and makes it talk 1500 milestbata Brains The Druggist takes Harifoam the Shampoo Tonic and Dandruff Cure sells U to the public it will stop the hair from fall Ing and remove dandruff thats a Oodsend Price 25c Per Bottled Sale By CFotWINESManufactured br c GUILDS DRUG ft New York City Lexington Ky fj ID e F IRain and sweat effect on harness treated with Enreka liarJness Oil It re ciamPIkeps No rough sur face to chafe and cut The harness tlookingnew but wears twice aslongbytbetise aHarness Oil It Sold everywhere In cans all sizes Made Standard v Company 1 ltK ff4 For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgment AJ k W Webber Berkley Ky St38 George Potter Clinton Ky 111 t J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 N G Brandon Co Dexter Ky 3352- U Young Son Glasgow Ky 41 II Wm Kuepilen Milton Ky 28 IN Phipps Mt 665 Ferdinand Schuble Louisville M VtILcounty Ky 5 A Austin Rockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D 7myCt lem Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business hOUSE to take the place of the one re cently destroyed hy fire and an now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselve and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hidest Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun hiJthestCASHWe also handle all kinds oh FEED SALT c Give us i producethat we proposo to lead In this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS DepotSCjanly RICHMOND KY C 0R- OUTE Popular Excursions c TO Old Point Comfort tAiid Ocean View Va Tickets good 15 days Returning Tickets will be sold July 15 and September2 Solid vestibuled Trains timing cars Sleepertopover offlOePhoenix J3oundTripUJBQ W SARKjftV D P A jt 4I AQ lA ft Jf r Loihii Mllulic Eaital DAILY EX SUNDAYTR- AINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Ven03l11csLareneebarglSjell 605 am 345pm and Cincinnati For Irvine tt54L2n For JUllersCreekm 350pm TRAINS ARRIVB RICHMOND FroM LouisvIlle Lexington and 1154am- Cincinuati MUrm From Irvine 335 pm From Millers Creek 83 am C M BROWNING Gen Mgr- Veigailles Ky 1tA Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate nf SIrs Bctbseba Adams deceased are re quested to Die same on or before Junc25 prop rly verified or same will bo barred Those knowing themselves to be indebted to the es state are requested to call and gttle- B ADAMS raiy2l It AlmlnUtartor nb highs tides of grief carry us over II e hidden bar Tho true heavenly mind will bi earthly kind DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs Also Rheumatism Back- acheHeartDlscaseCraVel Dropsy female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you necessary writ o Ir cnner Ho has spent a Ufo time curing Just such cases as yours All consulthtons Eight months In bed heavy backache pain and soreness across kidneys also rheu matism Other remedies tailed Dr Fen ncrs Kidney and Backache Cure cured me completely U WATERS Hamlet N Y Druggists 60c ft Ask for Cook Hook Free CT UITIICnAMPnSuroCureCIrcularPrU I I I Ut3 UIIIIUL TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fencet5xt We are pleased to state that it is on sale at the to lowing places iu Madison county Arbuckle k Simmons R chraond Searcy k Hamilton Waco Jo C S Powell Rid House J W Masters Volley View J V Whitlock Biildnin John Stapp Newby- Burton Roberts Kuthton J WTeater Eilenton J W Prewitt Cuttonlmrg LA Wearren PiJnt Lick r C McWharter Bickner a Early JTCoy K rks- villoDyspopsia Kodlol 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 thq food you want Thomostsensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed liunequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on It First dose relieves A diet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles OhlcagoIheFor sale by Perry Thomas Half Rates to- Colorado Utahand the Black Hills And return I vi- aBigI 4 Route L ON SALE July 1 to J3 J902 inc Hound trip tickets to Denver Colo GlenwoodPOgden Utah Custer Dead wood lint Springs and Lead South Dakota from II Big Four points east of but not in eluding Terre Haute Veedersburjj and St Anne at the rate of one fare for round trip Final Return Limit October 3J 1902 For full information and particulars etcIaddress the undersigned IWarreD J Lynch W P Deppe GenPTA AisLa P TA Cincinnati Ohio Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive- Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rales to Col orado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denser Colorado Springs and Manitou as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good all summer at other periods only one faro plus 5200 ronnl trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to Jpne 8th Jaictst 2d to 8th Round trip good 60 days variable routes from St Louis IH750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri River 4500 all lower than the one wHy rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Port land first elms good in chair cars seats free standaid sleepers or Through Tourist Steepen Excursions tQDeiJerLake Cool Minnesota lOOOlakcs scores of the coolest and countryfrequentAppfy to nearest Tickefj Agent or write us of your proposed tip wheather to Colorado Pacific Cot Yellow stone Park linne ota aacliet us advise least cost and assist YONI S nd for our handsome polorado or California 1902 publication rc- eWMSHAWIIA498VI Street ClBoiwwtll otMt C LEVEY ieMMtl Mw tr MiNkifM Tit Ii I ComeinAnd I This Range S We think Vecan convince is better than ma We know we vince you of the fn Jf far better Ulan a L J The Majestic Is made of Malleable Iron and wont warp or break like a cast stove Con and see for yourself Cultivators At the right prices A few Tongue Cul tivators at J6 Others from J5 up Screen Doors at Your Own Price Tin work and repair work promptly done by an experiencedworkman Arbuckle Simmons Majestic Headquarters S ockTIt i were thinking al your 5Q vt ithve and therefore it is time to think us You cannot be too par tit i about your You want a large andvaried skit select from You want wi variety of prices You want ir telligent courteous service am above all you want the right prices We are prepared to meet all o these wants in the fullest measuit and earnestly ask an inspection i our stock before placingyoui oid I W S Oldharn Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND BWMy KENTUCKY Save Moneyby buying your Groceries and Tablf y iIfrom us Our business is continually iii ill crease We prove to each patron Unit hI y no only get the BEST GOODS FURNITURE INTHEIbut the LOWEST PRICES Once viu trad with us always our friendand patron iItI- a trial order and we will prove our aWtY l please We pay HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for all Country Produce and Beef IIilrmember if you wiint the best Grocerirs at low est Prices call Off u- sOPOWELL BK0S Raymond Physical Development C Keller Building LOUISVILLE KY Teaches the only Scientific Method of We do not eay that wOmay dovelope your muscles but t3t e vt Each individual given special attention no form or apparatus is rec we only ask that follow you our instructioiifj carefully for ten minutes night before retiring or upon arising in the morning Using onr meii oa only develops themnsclf s but produces the heart action wind pumps1 pure rich blood throughout the entire system Our pupils are taught by only Thousands have been relieved of constipation indigtstim and trouble We can and will do the same thinK for you In two weeks not only harden your muscles but give strenpth end vigor to the entire thereby producing a graceful and an easy carriage This is the only mcV that does not overtax the heart If there ia any special part you wish dew W kindly mention ma in correspondence which will received confllco rtalU1 Lion Our mtthod giving full instructions complete for 3 00 RAYMOND Instructor j T Physical Cnltor ma13JnJEAN MAI tIe 1 PER YEAR b hilt Its spa I I r