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L r 7- r ThF3 RICHMOND IIILIMAXiI ITOLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27 1902 NUMBER 14 I fc money and make the water more inviting hen there is your Id Freezertt Worn out Get an O K Freezer and you will i vor regret the money spoilt And last but not least tt mt forget thatwe sell the best Stoves on earth o K Jewell Stoves antI Ranges The Wonderful North Star- Refrigerator The Best Made byicewill solve question Water Coolers Springissparkling We Also MakeScreeji Doors Windows Come get of BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep weeds of your They best on earth IIt SnACKERFORD CO Main Street zot RICHMOND KY l he Racket Store have received and opened stock goods r A extend to citizens Madison adjoining s t visit RACKET STORE where found I of goods at prices heretofore unheard in Cent u ntueky especially in Madison county Below found a of many bargains 11Iii 10 to 2c 10 to COc rushes 10 to 12 25c irtitins 40 to 70o pair a gloves to 25u po r rubbers 4c per e si8 2Sir per a sis li per set s Hi decorated completo dinner i 30 n Hc per set the ice and will save for you and and one our the out corn are the o Wo up our of the of and the will be mo of and few our ushes 24c- I and tislo ward dozen dozen saucers Galvanized wash tubs CO to G5c 251I14inch 17c Monkey wrenches 25 to 35c Stap hinges 4 to 13c Chamois for ladles gloves lOc Ribbons from Ic to 15c per yard Laces embroideries 1 to 12c per yd Ladles white aprons 10 12 and 15c Seam braid 4c bolt WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets VI and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware is ing Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which r forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket t a call examine our stock of goods and get prices wet sure to add you toour list of customers We shall at all ir s endeavor to please pur patrons and again ask that you- p us a call and examine our goods before purchasing- l acre UIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery- I MX STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on IWE splendid assortment of ourI 4 ++ + + 4 + + + + + ++ +++ + + ++++++++ ++ + +44 + + FURNITURE J+ + + + +++ e + +++ ++ ++ + + ++ which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristling with Hshdny selections To properly celebrate tho season YOU will probably deslro some new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron JJeda full etock has just reached us- Library nnd Center Tnblis in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks beet bargains ever ofTurod Rockersany style yon may wlh Couches v rry latest drstpis See the line of Lather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and RugsS+ + +4 + +++ t++ +++ ++ + ++44++ I JO S JOPLIN I t 220222 W Main Street i+ + Undertaking SpecialtyEmbalmer Jr a and Director TL R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cbnentf Plaster Hair Etc cQfI1r an 5 lrl FIic fS Ii The Mystery Solved LFrom the Anderson News Tlieros somelhlng on my brest father Theres something on my brest The whole day lone I sigh father At night I can not rest Theres a red spot on my brest father Theres a red pjnit on my lirest Its tjie bite of tiny thiup father That disturbs ray quiet rest e I wonder wlwt it is father This burdensome unwelcome guest Thats devouring the pinkish cuticle On my noble manly brest At night I feel it best fatlier Atnightl feel it best Invisible unnoticed it omrs lathery rich red blood to test Its red as the glowing West father As red as the plowing Vet It winks the ofher eyo father In its pink deep fleshy m st What is thlo troublous thing father This tireless gnawing pest That works from morn till nichtfather With an eager earnest zest Its only a confounded chigijcr With its stamp indelibly pressed T 0 ADAMS McBrayer Ky June 28 1002 Weekly Crop Bulliten Cool weather prevailed quite generally during the week Showers occured on the 15th in nearly all sections and the week closed with showers in progress The rainfallwas rather irregularly distributed some places having an abundance while others are still needing rain Corn was benefited quite decidedly but in some locali ties in the western and southern counties it has been per manently injured by drouth however it promises with fairly favorable fortune con ditions to make fully an average crop for the whole State Tobacco is very irregular and in the Dark tobacco dis trices in the western portion of the State the crop will be very short In the Burley lands of the Bluegrassand northcentral counties itlooks much better but there is also quite irregular some fields beingexcellentywhi1e others are poor The acreage is considerably less than usual but with favorable conditions a fair yield of Burley may be expected There is very lit tle complaint of tobacco wormsGrapes and damsons are reporLed tobe quite fine but other fruits are scarce Apples and pears are very poor and peaches almost a failure Pastures and meadows are improving Gardens are gen erally infaircondition Irish potatoes are unusuallly good Plowing for winter wheat is in progress and farm work is well up- Increase in Price of Lumber The special valuation committee of the Hardwood Lum bermans Association of the United States which adjourned Wednesday at Cincinnati announced a general advance in the price of hardwood lum her The list embraces wal nut cherry red and white oak basswood chestnut and ash Poplar lumber was in creased 2 per 1000 ft on two inch and thinner 5 on Fos 1 and 2 stock thicker than two inches 1 on saps and No 1 common and 5 on three and four inch stuff Another September STORK TIME to most women is a term of nnxiet serious thought end sweet 4 With the cessation of in necessary to childbirth there comes calm nerves sleepand recuperation MOTHERS FRIEND does diminish the n QCconlIXWying maternity With its aid 11Iothrs can an do bring health7sweet dispositioned and Morning sickness sore breasts and excruciating pains caused gtaduall pcpaiidmg organs are relieved by this penetrltill mil relaxing liniment Aihonj the manifold s to childbirth Mothers Friend has grown in popularity and gaineda prestige among rich women as well as poor velconiea in the mansion os well as in the cabin By lessening thempthers of mind and diminishing pain a beautiful influenc- eiswroughtupou the child and instead of and forms you havehealthyflaughinghttmanityremam iaK blessing ever io you Alt BrngsUts elL Mother Priced at 100 Write our trtt room WatlMWfc r J r I Sentimental Song There is a man behind the counter and the man behind the gun the man behind the buzz saw and the man behind his son the man behind the times and the one behind his rent the man behind the ploughshares and the man be hind the fence and the man behind the whistle and the man behind the bars and them n behind the kodakiind the man behind the cars the man behind his whiskers and the man behind his fist und every thing behind is entered on the list But they have skipped another fellow of whom noth ing has been saidthe fellow who is even or just a little ways ahead who always pays for what he gets and whose bill is always signedhes a Jig sight more iinporlantthan the man who is behind All we newsp iper people ana merchants and the whole commer cial clan are indebted forexis tence to this honest noble man He keeps us all in business and his town is never deadand so you all take your hat off to the man who is aheadEx Look Pleasant Please Photographer O C Harlan of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst Grin of indigest ion All physicians and medicines failed to help him till he tried Electric Billers which worked such wonders for him that he declares they are a god send to sullerers from dyspepsia nnd stomach troubles Unrivaled for di seases of the Stomach Liver and Rid uoys they build up and give new life to tho whole system Try them On ly 50c Guaranteed by Perry Thom as druggist 1m It is related that the editor who penned the following truthful marriage notice had to take to the roof on publica tion day A similar notice would more often represent truth and public opinion than the published ones do Married Miss Sylvia Rhobe to James Carnahun last Sunday evening at the Baptist church The bride is a very ordinary town girl who doesnt know any more than a rabbit about cooking and never helped her mother three days in her life She is not a beauty by any means and has a gait like a fat duck The groom is an uptodate loafer has been living off the old folks all his life and dont amount to shucks nohow They will have a hard life while they live together and the News hastens to extend no congratulations for we dont believe any good can comeof such a union Draws Lots to Determine a Verdict The case of Reiley Lindsay charged with robbing F P Owens of 15 was called in the Circuit Court at Barbour ville Ky August 12 After the jury had been out some hours it was learned that no agreement had been reached and that no verdict would be rendered Judge Faulkner ordered the jury held over and asked them if possible to bring in a verdict One was rendered but notthe kind that seem to please the Judge Some of the members of the jury filed affidavits soon after the verdict was read to the effect that the liberty of the accused had been gambled away by the jury Upon in vestigation it was learned that the jury was about equally de vided and that there were 1nvf men who were leaders 5ne beingon each side These two men would not agree Some one of those less inter ested suggested that a pint of corn be brought to the rom This was done withoutanypne knowing it except the jry men It was then agreed ijhat the corn should be pourecjjout on the floor and the two grairatawas exhausted all werctftoagree to the verdict therone who drew the lastgrain sbjpuld write As it that OJriCtionone year ry As soon as this was found out by the court a motion was filed for a new trial aud i was granted and the case wa con tinued J Marriage usually is tba mk1 wfltth4w he 0 4W1 if I r DONT WAIT If you knew how SCOTTS EMULSION would build you up increase your weight strengthen your weak throat coneIvrc now itSCJTTW4S 1earl Street New York t Soc nimdrt nil drnsjristj vr An exchange saystmAn Eastern editor says thata man got into trouble by marrying two wives A western man replies that many have done thft same marrying one A Norther n editor says thatquite- a number of his acquaintances found trouble enoughin prom ising to marry and not going any farther A Southern ed itor says that a friend of his was bothered enough when he was found in company with another mans wife Shatters All Records GulledgeVerbena tors to cure a severe case of piles ciiUing 24 tumors When all failed lineUenrt Arnica Salve soon cured Mm Sutulicfl Inflammation con IUT ArlnH kills Pains Best salve III Hi wurlil Lfjc at Perry Thomas drug store 1m COTTON Expected to Displace Sugar in Cuba New York Pennsylvania and Ohio capitalists have purchased 350000 acres of the most desirable land in Cuba It has been discovered that Santiago Province on the south of the island is capable of producing the finest grade of sea island cotton Four million dollars will be spent in improvements It is be lieved by Cuban officials that in cotton Cuba has found a substitute for sugar and that within a few years Cuba will be able to ship cotton to the United States and Europe ofa finer grade and at a cheaper price than is now furnished by the States of the South Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Car buncles Costs Noth ing to Try U It B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples aching bones or boils carbun cles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken interna ly cures the worst and most deep seated cases by enrIch- ing puritvinj and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skiu Botanic Blood Balm is the only cure to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fall to cure Druggists To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed let ter 1m Cordov Alabama has been victimized by a young man who solicited subscriptions to leadingmagazines and news papers at reduced prices claiming that he was throwing his commission away in Order to get up a thousand sub scribers to win a scholarship in Atlanta business college A great many people took ad vantage of the low prices A Filipino Beverage Tuba is the national drink of the Filipinos and its fac tories are plentiful through out the islands The sole plant is a cocoanut palm A native armed with a short bolo chops notches in the trunk and climbs to the top Up among the greatspreading leaves he cuts off the end of the young stem that bears cocoanuts and ties in its place a hollow joint of bamboo to catch the dripping sap The next day our native makes his rounds again carrying quiverlike a hollow section of bamboo over his shoulder to hold the drink that kindly nature has distill ed for him The juice is usually covered with bark which adds a fia vordesirabletoFihpinoplates It makes a mildly fermented drink not more intoxicating than sweet cider when fresh but gather power withage They like it only when fresh however anda drunken native is rarely seen At the market stands the foaming beverage is ladled out of an earthenware jarwith a boaaboo dipper For a cop per dueko each patron re oeie hi portion in a piece Qt Q4tikltl Thomas A Edison in reply to quiries as to his opinions concerning motor traction and aerial navigation says- Ibelieve that within thirty years nearly all railways will discard steam locomotives ard adopt electric motorsand that the electric autcmobiles will displace the horse almost entirely In the present state of science there are no known facts by which one could predict any commercial futnre for aerial navigation Henry L Shattuck of Shellsburg town was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afflicted for fears by four boxes of Chamberlains Smmncli an l Livir Tablets He has prf viutmly tried uisuiv other remedied and a number of physicians without relief For sale by Stockton Jla gan 1m Suppose a newspaper man every time he hears a man criticise him or his paper in public should retaliate by holdingup to the public gaze the faults and short comings of said fault finder what would be the result The ed itor may not know it all but he does not live in a commun ity long without knowing u duce sight more than he pub lishes An exchange very properly contends that if parents were to encourage their children to pay more attention to the reading of newspapers by subscribing for and taking one or more of them into their family they would soon discover how much faster their children would increase their stock of knowledge Books soon become monotonous to the child while a newspaper is fresh every week and is looked for with as much pleasure as a promised pres ent The home newspaper is the poor mans library and the childrens fount of know ledge A wealthy farmer of Michi gan John Sliandrow byname has just adopted a whole orphan asylum Shan clow and his wife were childless and to assuage a lifelong re caseohe wrote to an orphanage re questing that severalchildren be sent to him for a summer outing with the privilege of adopting one or more of them The orphanage manager promptly shipped him twenty two boys and girls from three to ten years oldthe visible supply at the home The bighearted farmer was so well pleased with hjs little visitors that he adopted the whole out fit Marietta Journal The Hygeia Hotel at Old Point Comfortone of the lar gestin the United Statesis to be moved eight miles across Hampton Roads The moving of frame and brick buildings several squares is an easy thing for the modern engineer but rarely is a building mo ved across such an immense stretch of water The Hygeia is a frame building 400 feet longand the engineers have a difficult task before them It will be hard enough to move the big hotel from its present foundations to the rafts or boats but the trans portation to Willoughby Spit eight miles away is the really hazradous part of the under taking Tides and winds have to be taken intoconsideration and the planning of the great feat will take some time be fore the actual moving lie gins Its funny that golf continues to be a popular game when you consider the fact that its played out A TEXAS WONDER HALLS mEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Itts covery cures all kidney and bladler troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak lame bjick rheumatism nnd all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder Jn both then- and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your ug gist will be sent by mail on receil off One small bottle is two monks treatment and will cure any case mentioned Dr E W Hall sole iran nfacturer P O Box 620 St LouisIo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Alerclunj Richmond Ky READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 ioU Dr E W Hall St Lobis Mo Iear Sir I have used one bottle o the Texas Wonder HaUa Great Disiov err for kidney and bladder troubl I when began aslng i jlidIreellJo they do if they were strong TM peocMebs Iwwh tite lojWwt areII1batl8 ti iII 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 kiXc QaTTa i0os1to ON WITH THE NEW BUILDING Out With the hoods on Every Floor As the work progresses on our Main Street Store we are doub largedepartments Goods MarkedDOWN At the commencement of our Great Removal Sale but which did not move fast enough to suit us have been marked down again and far below Actual Values for the situation and prevailing condition demand we must 4 CLOSE EM OUT even at a sacrifice The crowds that come day after day buy and tell the tale Come tomorrow then Our Great Removal Sale will be renewed with better and BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER OUR FALL STOCK Has already begun to come in and we are showing many new things in Dress Goods that hate just been opened We shall include all these in the sale as we dont want to move them Grasp the opportunity to buy anything you want now or think you will want for fall This sale will only last until September J Dont delay and then say you forgot to come or intend ed tOJ come but come now Come at once Come while you can get a chance at the entire stock J t I I W D OLDBAM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBHBTATLAW RICHMOND KBSTCCXT once n the Burnam Building next door to armera National Dank feb3ly SClJLr rNJA ArroRNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Slate Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JO D M OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLav RICHMOND KENTUCKY JSrOffise over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry tThomas drug store PETSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In the oe Ccilini building iS and 10 Sec ead Street over White told drugstore rp ff C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prathcr Buildine Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway icnuoND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY 2XHTAL SUBQSSY Dt Oaet QD5Q DBiTXUT OP LouisviLLE KT- joOfflce nutdoor to Government Building ulclunsnd Ky Office hoora 9 to Ul to noylTly Harry M Blanton 5 DENTIST jT9bfflce m Bennett Building linl TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon WeJnosday August 13 1902 L YauieLWYaci Irs J O Osteopathic Physicians Mate B ak k TrItB4 C LU r tre fwr ts1ied on pptlcMlc- amoaqfJITATIOJt iN H Ij9vb J NOTICEWhen you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married at last Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThurman 411 Grocery Co ljantf DEAL AT Hurst Bros Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in s jf Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all inds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others Our Shoe LINE is and larger than ever before We also handle Hats Cans Over aIls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE of a 11 in ds We can save you money Remember we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE 17 complete HURST BROS FOR Photographs Of the Highest Order Visit the Spglsr il Caller Oar work has taken First Prize at different State Conventionsa- pr23Gmo F J SPENGLER 6ftn Hence BCk Lexington Ky Subscribe fortJA The Richmond Climax JAaII4tlOO rett iIu j r The Richmond Climax J C CHEJfATJLT President A D MILLEK Manager KOBTSOnOVE Editor isWEDNESDAY IUIiLUlIIK1 JI faa WCUMIOUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Ineurpontrdo ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS LanILiIEwrUingress from this the Eighth Congressional Lhurlct subject to the action of the Demomcratie party We are requested to announce ROY NWHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action ol tile Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN H JJUECK as a candidate for Clerk ol the Macll sun Circuit Court su eject to the action ol the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate for be nomination for Clerk ft the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Demopcratic party Hoping that my many tile past yiI1 favorably consider any claims that I may hare to the nomination and if nom mated I promise to use all honorable means to peCre my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge tuy duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors lam Ileepeclfolly S H THORPE We are authorized to announce GEORGE D lUTE of Whites Station as a candidate for tierk of the Madison Oirco t Court subject to lie action of the Democratic partyc WHILE dying in aPittsbiirg railway station a millionaire offered 1000000 for life In New York a poor foodless Hebrew declined 5000 for the use of his sickly deformed child as a museum freak Money is but titshsome times THE school election of yesterday closes the incident which had its begining in the farcical election of principal for the colored school a yeail ago The colored citizens were led on by their political friends to oppose the action of the Board of Education in order to make votes for them selves at the November elect illll The promoters of the scheme failed to secure votes enough to elect and the viet tims lost a whole year school as well und have now lost the support of thu Bard of Education which has for nearly ten yivs maintained thi school It is Ihu same old Isson that the colored voters have been learning for forty years and which it seems has not been learned yet THE race riot between whites and negroes at Indian apolis does not indicate that tIe admission of the two rac es to the same schools to ho tils and even to semisocial functions lie1s to reconcile heir racial hostilities to any considerable degree Quite the reverse It seems too that the usual result followed the encounter The casual lies were mostly on the side of the blacks AngloSaxons s ems to be about the same Ij nil of people in most re si eets whether they live on 1so shores of the Gulf or the Likes Wherever you find theta they are bad people to monkey with Louisville Times L tI8rowerCol LEXINgTON I- CYCarpets Whether YOU wish to have your home furnish with the now very fashionable style of or allow your taste Ib revel in the luxurof fully carpeted floors or whether you want mat ting or art squares whatever the wish we can meet it moiii satis factorily from this ab solutely finest carpet gathering in the South The New Goods Are Pouring In Daily A constant stream of choice fabrics You be first this time and get the pick of the assortment LILBrowerGol M iN 4 p nQADYAt JjC 1sktMI Osteopathy and AnatomyI By C S Carr M D Editor Medical Talk The oateopathist is obliged to be a ood anatomist lie cannot practice teopttIiy at all unless ho is Ho is e felJow who when a patient pro Hents himself goes to work to find 9ut exactly what the trouble is Ho looks upon a man as an anatomical structure consisting of a frame work of bones a- ctwork of nerves a tangle of mus cles n web of lymphhatic duct a com plication of ligaments blood vessels and viscera To untangle and locate sill the multifarious organs and tissues his buthtssnI IB goes to work to haI a sick man itch tho same lift an engineer would ilx his locomotive He find a nervo crossed or stretched He finds tnus cles tunse or strained lIe finds bones dislocated or partly dislocated lIe linds cartilages misplaced He finds a thousand things that theaverage phy tticiau would never discover never dreaniof hence it is that tho osteo atlaist miigt necessarily be a good anat omlst As a rule these doctors carry the ntudy of anatomy much further than the allopath the eclectic or the homeo path Even tho most experienced surgeon konws nothing of anatomy in comparison with tho educated osteopath It may be that many of the ures of the osteopath are imaginary t may be that much they do in the treatment of a patient is needless ortridiculous but the fact remains that in the study of anatomy they are close Btudents and in the diagnosis of dietease they exceed all other schools of practice it it It rite study ot anatomy to tho ordinary physician is almost a superfluity That fellow who goes through the country with a bottle of tablets can give them out just as well whether he knows in which side the body the liver is located or not The average drug doctor never Iturus but mighty little about anatomy Immediately uponlbe ginning the practice of medicine he proceeds to forgat what little he dk learn Indeed he has no use for anat omy lie can purge and blister Jive headache powders and visit any one just n well whether he knows anatomy or not hut the osteopath in order to practice the healing art according to the teachings of his school must godeeper and deeper in tho study of anatomy every year Every case that presents itself to him is another puzzlo in anat omy another problem in the structure of the human body Ho traces nerves from origin to distribution He locales the origin BUll attachment of muscles to bones lIe knows the oxact position of bones cud the precise method oI their art icuintion with each other No ligHincnt or artery nocartilugenr nuts rt4 his tlItjiv r inatilpitin M i hat tile osteopath inns t do in order to practice the healing art according to the teachings of hisEchoGl And yet these are the mon the drug doctors are trying to squelch These indefatigable conscientious delvers into the intricacies of the wonderfu I mechanism of the human body These men who are trying to place the heal ing art upon rational if not mechani cal grounds of procedure These aro tho men against whom is arrayed ever school of drugging Tho druggers have contrived all sorts of malignant things about them JCo slander has been left unsaid no abuse has been skipped We arc not attempting to say by nil rightiWe do not mean any such thing it all In our course of study it happened however that tho study of anatomy was very thoroughly pursued We had in view at the tune to make the teach ing of anatomy our j rofession This lisa led us particularly to observe how little the average practitioner has use for anatomy Therefore while wo do not feel exactly competent to compare the relative merits of osteopajhy with the art of drugging yet we feel war ran ted In saying that we are in a little bet ter position fordningso than the aver age writer for medical journals But we choose to retrain from drawing com parisons between the practitiouor of os teopaihy at d tho drug doter lint surely it is not going too far tosay that if any squelching is to be done it should be done against those who are experimenting with dangerous drugs those who aro practicing that most confusing and contradicting ofsil arts included in time inotcriamcdiia mill pharmacopoeia if squelching is to be allowed at all it should be against those and not against the men who are cautiously carefully safely connten tionsly with painstaking detail Iryii g to unravel the mysteries of disease mal derangements by a tireless study of anatomy If those drug doctors who spend their lime blurting and braying against osteopathy would spend some of that wasted time in reading up on anatomy they might after several years diligence catch np with the mOil against whom they afo railing If any of the drug doctors read this article and we know they will wo would advise them to observe this wholesome caution in contending with thoKe terriblo fellows called osteopaths dont everintroduce the subject of anat omy If you are ever foolish enough to got into a controversy with them on anatomy they will lay yuo out so flat that you will wish you had never been born or at least that you had been born right RELIGIOUS ntv Sum Crutchor of Missouri will preach at the Christian church mxt Sunday Rev Hugh M cLel Inn is assisting Rov J W McGarvey in a protracted meeting at Mt Zion church Clark county Rev Wm Uupard will preach in tin Baptist church In Richmond on Slum bllJinntMATRIiVI ONIALJoln- soNBAzLAnuThomas John son of Jackson county and Miss Joicy Ballard of Kockcnstle wore married in this city Monday- VI1CBLV11ITE William VJncel and Mrs Susan White of Kulhton were married at tho unties home Thursday Augnpt 21 The groom who is a well known Oarmer is eighty years of ego and his bride is sixtysix This is the second marriage venture for both BIRTHS DumtsosMr and Mrs Lame Juor son arft rejoicing over thick first bpjij a teiMNJand cirt Gladys Twlpg i IC i tQ ftleJ Wd pre rl 11 hfIIVQJ9h DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache KidneysBladde aCl1eUeLrtDtseaseGravelDropsy CURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you fnecessary write Dr enucr 110 has spent a life time curing just such cases as yours All consultations Free Eight months In bed heavy backache pain and soreness across kidneys also rheu atisin Other rcmedlqs failed Dr Pen ors Kidney anti Harkaclio Cure cured ino completely II WATERS Hamlet N Y Druggists fL Ak for Cook Hook Free OT UlTMOnAHPCSiireCnrcClrcularDr i l cnncr FrcdoniaN- Eobson Improving Dr V II Hobson who has been at St Josephs Hospital Louisville has successfully passed through tho operation for appendicitis and is now rap idly improving Ho writes that he willTspend a few days with lila brother Judge J P Hobson at Frankfort hut will return about the end of the week ready to resume his practice School EledilonlThe election on city qucsm lion took place yesterday The vote in every precinct was very light but at the hourof going to press there were but few who opposed the division of he schools The old school board were elected as tho temporary Board of Trustees to act until the regular elec ion is held next Ma- ylURKS TLL1 Miss Mollie Hendren is getting along nicely Hoer friends think she will soot be out The Tates Creek Association meets at Gilead church Aug 20 A host oi Baptist are expected Our college band boys have received their instruments and will soon bo Jis coursing sweet music Prot Secrest returned to his work Saturday after a vacation of two weeks with his sons at Waddy Rev Bruce preached to a large audi once at the Baptist Church last Sunday All were delighted with his ser mon The Christian Church is receiving a coat of paint D Jones is time artist assisted by his brother Walter Jones of Bowlhrg Green College opens next Tuesday and the prospects are flattering for a full attendance Tho board of trustees headed by Dr 1 B Oldham the chairman is determined to put the college here in the front rank of Kentucky Colleges Our auctioneer W P Prewitt his been constantly expecting to be called to the bedside of his daughter Lula who is in a critical condition in the hospital at Kausas City Mo She has jut gone through a surgical operation and they arc fearful of her recovery al though at this writing she is doing as lyhasmunity Battle of Richmond Ky Aug 29 JS 2 The following poem to the memory justfortOrleaus Picayune The sun rose fair oer fields of corn 3Andwas borne on the breeze of that summer morn To where we stood in battle array But suddenly there was a change of scene For we heard the roar of the gun And soon the red blood had tinged the green For a terrible battle w son Furious and fast the shot andshell Tore through the ranks of thebravo aI And many a hero lay where he fell Or was hurriedly borne to his gray And mother watched iu vain for inns y a day The coming of her boy who wore the gray For shot and shell and shell and Ishot Tore through our ranks for the figi lit was hot- Proudly in front waved the stripes and start As the gallant Federals pressed on lint victory perched on the stars and bars For tho Rebels tho battle won And mother whose heart was just as trueWaited the coming of her boy in blue For shot and shell and shell and shot Tore through their ratiksfor the fight was hot Alter tho battlo was fought and won After tho glorious deeds that were done After the setting of tho weary sun I walked amongst the dead grayWherethey lay awayAndGod pity tho mother the sister the wife And quickly end this bloody strife The conflict over let the message then He peace on earth good will to men Bind up tho hearts now bleeding and sore Unite our people as in days of yore Nor more let shell nor more lot shot Tear through the ranks nor the fight be hot James R Crowe Sheffield Ala Stops tho Oou theCofdLaxative llromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No curenopay Price 25 cents The customs inspector goes where duty calls Deafness Cannot BB Cured by local applications as they cannot oarThiororemediesIcaineasdition of the mucous lining of the Eu is1nIIameienIt1relyunless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will bedpstroy od forever nine cases out of ten are nombingbutcous surfaces We will give One Ilumicirod Dollars or any case of Deafness Caused ty catarrh that cannot be cured by Hiill s Catarrh Cure Send for circulars frea roledoOSoldHalls Family Pills are the best The tidal wave seems to be of as Biy a disposition as the sea serpent j ThojTopulflrity popularsonKS scjbu lead to their unpopularity r Its funny that golf ennflmieii lobe a tieIIi Woof Carding i Tho Elliston Mill Company will card wool Into rolls or batting any time during the summer at 10 cents per pound aug208t Racket Store For the leading novelties In glass ware qucenswareTunclr baskets boxes lijardinieresthem to you at prices that defy competition etSuxrWinchester Court J A Ramsey reports about 600 cattle ou the marketaTwo oxen brought 5c 1000 to 1100 lb steers 43thto 4 j cts plain to roo Ib steers to 4c hollers 3 to 4c 2000 sheep sold at prices ranging from 2 to 3 per head for ewes and 3c for fat weathers House For Sale I offer for sale privately the dwell ing house and lot of tho late Dr A W Smith deceased known as Vestorere Torrnce situated on west in Richmond Ky This is one streetI largest most conveniently handsomest and delightfully located residence places in Kentucky being e-xcelojlentnfants and all necessary outbuildings lhere are four acres of land Terms liberal BURmA M SMITH aug2i4tExecutrix September at Estill Springs Many of our friends think that Sep tember is our finest season in the mountains and all who have been our guests in that month aro enthusiastic in their praise This year we have da cided to have a regular September sea son and to do all that untiring work can effect to make this month special bfarebe Some ch have ealreadyand we will encourage the giving of house parties We have one house party booked for as late as October In order to induce you to lund your aid to our plan of making September a redletter occasionve will make you a rate of S per week or will make a rate of S7 each for parties of five or more Should you decide to come we would advise the engagement of rooms as eirly as possible tf W R THOMAS Manager Ij Never Knew Painkiller to Fail before what can the matter be Where isthe bottle There I thought so it is not Perry Davis Painkiller at all but something the druggist must have made himself and I did not notice it I have used Painkiller for years for diarrhoea cramps and stomach aches and it never failed Family Reunion Time following account of a happy family reunion is taken from the Fillmore Mo Lever Last week we mentioned that the Misses Mildred and Emily Golden respectively of Chicago and Richmond Ky were here visiting That visit was made the occasion of a ton oral family reunion of tho Messicks Kenned Itoaches and their numerous family connections which was held in sunIdayr mers wives know so well how to prepare and at the proper time a long table was spiead under the trees and n banquet fit for a king was in the lan adertisement1uJlveuprolIlpt There were sixty four at the table and enough food left to supply a wellpa tronized boarding house with hash for a month It was an oldfashioned Democratic gathering where everybody was equal where silk shook hands with fustian and satin walked arminarm with cal co where everybody was glad he was there and gla his neighbor was there and glad that everyone was glad a ro newel of halfforgotten friendships and a mingling of each with his fellows that brought men and women into closer sympathy and left no room for petty differences of opinion Each person present felt better and is bettor for having attended The Misses Golden are intelligent and gracious young ladies who nre evidently worthy of the honor shown them by their relatives We have just received a car load of seed rye which we aro offering at tho lowest price E DKATIIEKACE Co Quick lunch is one of the com monest of city signs Time sign doesmi t fooduiis not considered Its just a quick lunch eat and get away Is it any wonder that the stomach breaks down Food is thrown at it sloppy indigestible and innutritions food very often find nNormally slomachlHut nrPierccsis tho one medicine which can be relied on to cure diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition medicinedeslgnbdthrough thJstomuchremoledisenscs dornuigemontnutrive system It cLimeS when all else fails Work to Ecia This Fall The Lexington Herald says Mr Harold C Bentty Secretary of tho Blue Grass Consolidated Traction Com pany returned yesterday from a trip to Detroit and Now York While the principal object of Mr Beatlys trip was pleasure and recreation there was a considerable amount of business con triptoMr Beatty was seen by a Herald re porter last night and asked as to the plans of Ins company for the immediate future He said that during the summer arrangements haul been com pleted for the building of the interur ban roads to connect the six surround ing towns with Lexington for which franchises have already been secured Senator Davis the President of the company said Mr Beatty will be in Lexington nbout the first of September and actual work on the construction of tho roads will be begun early this tall The first road to be built will be that to Versailles Its a whole lot better to kiss a miss than to miss a kiss rl stood in a Draught with niv coat off and caught this wretched cold says the sufferer He liefollowwisdom Soak the feet in lipt water with a few n3ii iuu4iMiii vf Perry Day teaapooiifultar at bed tlnfe Slid be tiiniftiI BO clmple and sptoijy a way to break HP n ltflCIllrl7grrf Jl trays S L Jlidkiftio repair your old vehicles and make them good as Iso tf E Midkilf makqs a specialty of putting on rubber tirgs Give him a trialorder tf S L Midkilf can supply you with- yan kind of a vehicle you desire and e prices are always right Give him call tf My stock of Jewelry cut glass c was never moro Complete than now and may prices will pleaso every bodyaprSO tf LE LANE It your watches dunks or in fact tiiing in this line needs repairing ke them to L E Lane His work is e best aprSO tf Meat dishes 10 cents aclione half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEN UEXT STonE Next door Government Bldg apr30 lyr- Have just reeeivecl pne ol the fin st lines of diamonds Matches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before making a purchase in this line aprSO tf IL E LANE For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well located Apply to Thurinan Grocery Co 1 tf Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf RicTimondfKy Lost A Knights Tomplar charm engraved w ithname and No Commandery Leave at this office and get reward mav tf G W EVAJS For Sale I offer for sale my residence on Iligl street Jot is 90 x220 ft with new sta ie and all necessary out buildings contains eight rooms and kitch li nil in cood repair and will be sold a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow 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 your gainRespectfully If E V Elder Time L A Sunday trains are becoming very popular try them Low round trip rates to all stations tf Estray Cow Strayed fiom my place on July 25 a pale red cow about six years old with large white spot running from hip to flank One side of bag is larger than other Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned Janus Rowlett 2t Whites Station Ky Real Estate Apsis We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CIIEXAUU and L P EVANS apr16tf neal Estate TO CTOEA COLD nr ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Qiiiuine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents A proud woman may sweep outs room but she disdains to sweep it out Kew Sawmill I am just commencing to saw on ay farm the finest lot of White Oak tim ber that fknow of in the county I will also saw other kinds of timber Persons wanting white oak fencing or building material cf any kind will do well to send in their orders early as I will probably cut only 50000 or 00000 feet for the market Can fill bills tor cattle tobacco barns and other build ings JOHN D GOODLOE Cau4t Whites Station Ky iA wiso wife feeds her husband asking for money He who loves and runs awav can figure in a breach of promise suit someday A Cure lor Cholera Infantum Last says Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwaltor Ohio an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera infitntum The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a but tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to tin house tell ing them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child haul fully recovered and is now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have recommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to in any single instance For sale by Stockton l ilHgun 1m When a woman buries time hatchet she allows the handle to stick up All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold HJohinstoitten I was unable to work Then when- everything else failed I was wholly lorConsumptiontensely from Asthma till it cured her itisA trial will convince you its unrival ed for Throat and Lung diseases Guar anteed bottles 50c and JlCOl Trial drugstoreSome mens idea of a friend is a per son they can work A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At CiamberlainsColic pitysiclancent letter states Last llnrchI had as a patient a young lady sixteen years ofdysenteryfor her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her par hadbecomuturn over in beet What to do at this critical moment was a study for me ColicCholeraus a last resort it The most wonderfulresult was effected Within betterher feet and at the end oC one week Stockton wbohasChamberlains Colic Cbplera andDiarrhoea Remedy tins a prld wide fajlsnndsale by Stockton Hagan 1m NOTICE TO CREDITORS estatfllawandorbfrQre MrtH I 0 September Days At Estill Springs 4 + + p +q ++++++ sAre the Finest of the Year 00 We are expecting a big month in September IHouse parties will be the order of the day 0 rTIs c ccoJ c- oJ 0 e tjcoJ fIbCto Ijgg cm 1 ucto U Fine Music Delicious Fare Golf Ping Pong Bowling e 8 c For terms and other infor mation address W R Thomas IRVINE KY Naturets DangerSignals iT Do your eyes blur at times readingAreaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are Natures Danger Signals goneisIt costs so little to help the eyes if done in time L can give the early helplater I have to refer the work to Oculist + ++ ++++ 4f44 4 M ff I examine the in + themostiateiligent and + + careful manner without + charge II glasses are i+ needed can supply the + correct lenses mounted in any manner desired i4 +T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30jlly VALTERS Collegiate Institute +PrincipalJohns Robat F Hutcheson Asodate IlamtxJcnSIdney College +A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thoroughscol arship and correct habits of SplendidGeneral Prepares students for entrance in forhithertions Offers these advantages An advanced Commonsense v Course of Study Thorough painstaking by well qualified and experienced teachers Firm discipline Study hours in the school room under theinsrrucful location with the commodi groundsModern nasium Good Athletic Field Next Term opens September 3 Call on or address JAMES T BARRETT JalyZZa RICHMOND KY Public Sale Having decided to RO West I will premisesneat Saturday7September 6i 1902 the following property One combined eaddle Pony Cyears huarnessHorse lJfghgrndeyearling Steers and 1 yearling Bull 50 lJaDlfshlbreeders In Kentucky 1 surrey mend road wa ou with double and sinule set l1inderlowinHarrow Wheat Drill Corn Planter Willalsoand kitchen furniture Will rent to the highest bidder the Farm Containing 260Acres theyearGE Dozier Red House Ky NOTICE All persons having claims against filesametor on or before October 1 1002or iudobtRdSt onc mp GMiiGr Z Z 0 BEGINNING July 1st I WILL SELL FOR Ten Days c At the Hours From 8 to 3 oclock atl Absolutely Cost The Following Goods OrgandiesGinghams Laces in white cream and black Babies Lace and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests and Union Suits Hopsacking for Skirts Den lms etc for Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook and Swiss Edges and Inserting Summer Corsets White Duck Skirts etc Call and see our Line and Purchase some of the Bargains J t r OWENMcKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE OF CLOTHINGfiWe are Badly Overstocked Clothing Regardless of Manufacturers Cost Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheap Pricese 0 Good allwool three piece suits 3 to 8 years jiII oJf 2o itS95tst Mens Allwool Suits at Mens Allwool Best Flannels at Mens Allwool Cassimere Suits at 3Hl1I This is about the cost of the trimmings 500 Mens Linen Suts coat pants and vest S1 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS READ THIS Boys Suits Roys ST1J1ff li 149 Suits JJ We oin show you a better assortment than all the clothing houses Lexington together aWe are the only house in Lexington who sell Alfred Benjamin Cos clothing LOUIS GUS STRAUS CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY IIW E Q c c 4 S4 in New hoods are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and OfSpnitmg GoodsEmbroideries Etc that was over broughttoUichmond Unequaledincur beautiful line of Battenburc and MountMellIck Floss Stamped and Coronation readymade Braid is particularly called to our Skirt Department I In this lino we can please the most fastidioustastes anti have a large assortument 10 selectfrom If you will call and examine these goods stock sue get of prices you are SUre to buy A complete New Matting has just been received and Is sale now placed on worldselectknow ou yoi you atTflCeSjIs that what you want If so trade with oLee Smitha tI1 tI1 ti OO fkc- s1st 1aeS 49c up to 700 LEADING n m IiI t1 sLl46 1sLtn tn Is J= owIc IIJ ve f h i It tt rif ff f RichmondCIimaxfi jj =our city taxes are now J please call and settler L P Evans i City Collector iI j xI1LIIdtY will be COtflL day Jr anjurSUbECflPti0t1 h rMlerriMteyiiiyreBid on 11tr ct Kasy JI T S HAGA- XtJssJj T H mbegin her MmiUy Sept 1 at her ijJC j a srret aul33t iOTusfi Ir timothy seed st v iVl It lar load llSi v lKATHBKXGE Co if iinl n business which e ssiiiiy good this season I en r t SIt i3stweeksifter the rJ r I Lords has hall his f crew jie twlk on te outside of i r for a week or so and Jr is beginning to look iiitJ its new dress CI j fort s neen a remarkable ijCr tI t there has been no pro- j J term Aside from a few e j i Lv s real summer resort vailed while the nightser Las vr EI been iilc frsleepjng- oirtliati1T1 midsummer season us iii merchants will look for Ijinpss The way to v r business is to make iIe v s iiil advertise your goods 1jitere is no question auvif when it is otel IDLg Lost lark 101 setter dog For ilrvu t II McLELLAS- f Lancaster Ave fhaclon For Sale r5tci iiaeton in Rood rondi fr f lnr particulars call at Cin aus20tf L Tile to the Asylum K V i Hill wife of Mr Tho 2ifp s who was recently ad jif 11 mind xvs taken to xiori svluin by Deputy f n lit Wednesday Saap ILr sand Hem y Ballew both j pr a difficulty on Irvine r Fi luring which Ballew got nlsit c Both were arrested tr ii desserts in the city ivhcrs Assodathn Teachera Association t Ri n last Saturday There IUJ iiors present and an en ii as profitable day was ii t AsHHTialion will be Saturday September S Thursdays Storm e vliiih passed over this n farly hour Thursday m g jrrcat deal of damage county The worst n1 struck near Kirks ulfered badly Mr lal one horse killed by Great Sport itsmeii have been put ir spare time shooting f sacral weeks past The ut three miles from town nfre of attraction and a a repiment of gunners- lj their worst Hun sijinrixeiit have been slain- month Circuit Court r term of Circuit Court 1IotMonday There are lie docket distributed as mual 105 Old Equity AIM anince 48 Old Ordi iiiiary Appearance 27 ril iinportixnt cases on h Ire attracting much lwell High School llijjh School will open y September 1st Two have been added to the nrliit still it is thought lS will be greatly crowded se that their children r t diy or ns soon alter ns- in wrrk begins at once nut means that much Open September 9 a iitute will open for the FKS Ttiesiiny September u T arvoy is looking for the 4I hat the school has had lore is every indication lo ssful fifts iun A nuni cr ri n have been employed a KI ippairin the build a J vintf everything ready for L II Stolen and onnd W n Genty of Union had 0 tea Miegy stolen from his homer L morning Ho came to town riMiflfid the otHcPrs who a later found the rig in the lu woods near town The en had apiropriated tho rig ntiy become frt litoncd and it T8 ig the tcciuid horse and ZS 11t Las been stolen and found- i Hie wepkand the olllcers are IXR Lre1o it so it will not go well tt uprits when thpv are caught Attempted Snidde 03 Slianahan of tIme firm oi anatati Co epsineers and con crs attempted filicide in Boston J lay by shooting himself twice t below fie heart It is supposed t tp rash act was caused by recent eEs in businrss Mr Shanahan Well known in this city having re iwe several years ago The firm S 3nahan Co built the Louisville Ni5vilie railroad through this ny about eighteen years ago and wwanl superintended the building tf Louisville Atlantic Texas Few ir cattle men in Shelby county are islderably exercised over the appear afaiico of Texas fever which broke t there some days ago When tho ease was first noticed several veterl ians were called in who after an animation decfded that the cattle re afflicted with the dreaded Texas Ver Dr Eisenman the State Veterl fnii was sent for and made a critr diagnosis He ordered all the in- tel cattle killed and the rest of the rds isolated and a strict quarantine amtained In consequence of the poaratico of the dhi e the direq ril of the Sliolby County Fair UIO- atj1n hAve tleolarctl nil tlia oatt iwfttthnWr wfiloH Is bltig held CCkI For Sale streetforSixroomsconvenIencesauK273i J WADE WALKEK wwt Fay Dinner The ladies of the Pattie A Clay In dinnerMondayvile all their friends in the city and theywillstore of the Garnet House block Farmers Organize a Combine andMercerbine for the purpose of holding their wheat crop to a high fiKuro They are said to have control of the greater part of the output of that section and in tend to hold on until a dollar is offered DisconUnciace of Saturday Night Train After Monday September let the present Saturday night and early Monday morning trains between Richmond and Irvine Ky will be discontinued There are two more weeks however which will give you an opportunity of spending Sunday at Estill SpriLgs without absence from business- C M Biiowxixo Gen Mgr Hotel dosed Mr J II Kennedy who has been at the Dripping Springs since June re turned home Monday the hotel being closed foy tho season He says that SUlIIipleased with the place Many improvements will be made in the hotel before the next season opens The Emb63insent of Truth YoC HiggeretafT says G W Harri son told him that Geo Hutchison inti pooltiveknowledg9 editor of this paper along with others whose varacky G M Lyons willvouch for had reported that Deputy Sheriff Dick Colyer will stick closer to what he says than any nneVailey View Argent Fell From the Roof John Urersler was at work on the roof of one of the buildings at the Hume Cooperage Cos plant Thursday afternoon when his foot slipped and he fell backward to the ground a distance of about thirty feet It was thought at first that the would prove fatal but fortunately the young mans Injuries on examination proved to be more painful than dangerous Mr Barnes Here Rev George 0 Barnes the well known evangelist who has been visi ting his friends in Danville and Stan ford for several weeks is in the city the guest of Mrs R E Little Mr Barnes was recently made an eder in the Christian Catholic Church under Dr Dowie of Chicago He will hold services at the court house during his stay in this city To Open September 15 The Wiggins Bros Opera House will open the season Monday September with a firstclass Minstrel company liy that time the contractors will have complete tho repairs The stage will be enlarged and the building will be repainted and newly furnished The managers have booked some excellent shows and will have about two each week through the season Should Keep it Quiet The Winchester Democrat says Gen Hell Roaring Jake Smith who gave the order to kill all the Filipinos over ten years of age to burn and de stroy until Samar was made a howling wilderness and who was tried by court martial and retired by the President is a second cousin of 4lye editor The latter is not proud of time relation ship but Gen Smith is maybe Sad Accident The friends of Mr and Mrs Robert Terriil are pained to learn of the acci dent which befell their little daughter Elizabeth last Thursday afternoon Time children were playing about the yard when the little girl fell from the fence breaking her arm just below the elbow Considerable uneasiness was felt for several days until the wound began to heal and the physician now says that the little patient will soon be out again Time to dean Up Newspaper reports indicate the fact that typhoid fovsr is epidemic in many towns in the State This disease Is us ually the result of the unsanitary con dition of premises both private mind public anti Is more to be dreaded than aaiallpoxas it is far moro dangerous It is therefore incumbent upon all pro perty holders to see that their premises are cleaned and kept clean Too much care in this direction cannot be taken There are town ordinances which require cleaning of premises and the city authorities should so that they are en forced Stolen Property Found Out on the Big Hill pike Friday morn ing Capt James Allman and Jailer J C Lackey picked up a horse and buggy which had been stolen and afterward left in the road The buggy contained some sacks of potatoesand twentyone chickens Most of the chickens were dead when foinjd rime officers brought tho whole outfit to town The horse waidentifi6d as the prop erty of Constable James Hudson of Baarwallow and was returrfed to him It is supposed that time thief had started to town but became frightened and do elded to leave his booty and save him self Rerolt in the PeaShntUry Wednesday morning while the con victs in the Frankfort penitentiary were returning from breakfast Wallace Bishop and Thos Mulligan ofxCoving ton and Lafayette Brooks of Morgan connty nil white men and desperate murderers serving life sentences re volted and were soon joined by Albert Ransom a negro murderer from Louisville They had secured a pistol by some means and held up two ot the guards in succession capturing their revolvers they then retreated to a room in the chair department on the the second floor where they captured Charlie Wills of Clark county n fore man in the shop and held him as ii hostage threatening to kill him if the guards used any violence Warden Eph Lillard and Matt Madigan were in command of the guards and after several hours succeeded in capturing the convicts without any of the guards being hurt although Madigan had a bullet through his coat Wills was not Injured but was in great danger for several hours Bishop the leader was shot through the brenst and died a few hours later Brooks was shot in tho shoulder but was not much hart The negro Ransom WM Rise shot laths shoulder Tho para spik IB iitgh termi d thi wolMRMiV brtv ye4XMLgi sdLUV OatitinE DBATHKRAOK Co valuable Property Chanjes Hands The beanu ill residence on Main street formerly owned by our banker purchasedSaturday prIcepatdof Drs Gibson to move thelt office Thinbuilding timeGovernmentmost centrally located as well as the inRichmouidCy Douglas to Leave Mr Cyrus G Douglas will leave this week for Jacksonville 111 where on withthetimebusimmessall his friends throughout the county 11Uhasyoungbusiucssways taken a leading part in every move that tended to Increaso business Last fall he was elected to the city council and sinco taking the office has been diligent in looking out for the citys interests Time Richmond Lodge of Elks by his removal will lose one of its most enthusiastic men Since the installation of the lodge none have taken more interest ID it and few would be more missed than he Brinjs Home an Elk Head Time Louisville Times says llonT A Sullivan of Richmond Ky Exal ted Ruler of the Elks Lodge at that place and one of the best known and most popular citizens of Madison county was in Louisville Tuesday on his way home from Salt Lake City where hs attended the Elks reunion Mr Sullivan took a prominent part in the proceedings of time Grand Lodge He figured in several important de Sullivan is enthusiastic over the reunion I have attended many con ventions he said today but I have never seen a finer body of men than those comprising the Elks Grand Lodge Handsome keen witted they made a splendid appearance They represented the highest form of Amer ican citizenship Mr Sullivan has a pleasant surprise for his lodge At Salt Lake City he purchased a handsome Elks head which he will present to the lodge Captured in day County Bob and Will Hensley cliafged with robbing John Hunter of 8000 in gold were arrested in Clay county last week They were brought to tills city Thursday by Sheriff Marcum and Deputy Sheriff Baker of Clay county and delivered to the jailer of Madison Im mediately alter their arrival Sheriff Wagers went out and arrested their brother John Hensley who lives near tho city and placed him in jail with the other two It will be remembered that the robbery was committed about three weeks ago in broad day light By the aid of the blood hounds the men were followed about four milesand then the trail was lost Time Hensley brothers were suspected and the officers have watched for them ever since that day Several years ago John Hensley married Hunters sisterinlaw and through her it is supposed that the Hensleys knew of Hunters money and where ho kept IL Killed by a Dynamite Explosionto The premature explosion of a chage of dynamite at Lexington Saturday resulted in the death of the workhouse quarry master John QHare and two colored convicts one of whom was jOwsley Covincton of this city A few minutes before the explosion occurcd a blast had been set offIInd failing to do what was required of ilanolher charge was placed in the hole before sufficient time was allowed for it to cool Time heat from the hole caused the dynamite to explode at the same time discharging a box containing 35 pounds of the explosive which was sit ting near Osvsley Covington the Richmond negro who was one of the victims of the disaster was about forty years of age lie left hero last December going to Mt Sterling and afterward to Lexington Sometime ago he was arrested for carrying concealed weapons and fined UOO and costs and was working out the line when the ac cident occured A Handy Contrivance Time Roundabout has been placed un der obligations to Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond for a Chicago Telephone Holder which is as handy as a pocket in a shirt and just the thing for a business man who uses a desk telephone It is made of hand 6oniTiiickle steel and attaches to the sido of a desk holding the lelepuoue in such a way that when vour bell rings all you have to do is to swing it around in front of you and the transmitter is right at your lips or you can move it back and forth just as you wish as it has an extension arm Time telephone is held in position aud all you have to do is to tako down the hand telephone and tall away When you are done talking you can swing time telephone back out of the way and do not have it sitting around on your desk where it is liable to be knocked over or moved a dozen times in a day Mr Woods knows a convenience when he sees it and running across this one in Louisville tIme other day brought it along with him For this and many other kindnesses we are indebted to him May his shadow never grow less Frankfort Roundabout Judge Million For Congress Aspeclal to the Wednesdays Louisville Pot says Friends of Judge E C Million of this cIty are urging him to become a candidate for time Republican nomina tion for Congress from this the Eichth district In 1899 he was nominated by the Republicans of Madison connty for County Judge and was elected over one of the wealthiest and most popular Democrats in the county being time first Republican Judge tho county has hud since the Civil war He made a splendid record as Judge anti his friends now insist that he is the man to lead time Republican hosts to victory in time Congressional race Judge Million is a broadminded man of good judgment and great bcsinee ability anti If he can be induced to enter tho fight he will make a stroimg race He has accumulated considerable property by his thriftiness and Indus try and haviqg made a business sue cess fcmhicself io will if nominated and elected srva with credit nnd dEs tlnoUon Thft Republicans here say It a nepubUoiUi Oonroa m n iirwaf ad In tbk Utrkt they can jnrnl b the nth tti jmrioa ot Judg 4ttUkNaI Walters Institute The Walters Collegiate Institute will open on Tuesday morning September 9 Profs Barrett and Hutcheson have canvassingfora good opening The Walters last tute affords splendid advantages for collegesTimemake the school the best of the kind in the State and it needs the support of the home people Organizing Insurance Company Lexington merchants Monday sub scribed 5100000 toward forming a local fire insurance company The move mentis the result of an increase in the varyingfromrtcentry ordered by time Kentucky and Tenntfsee Board of Underwriter be came effective week ago All of the large companies having representa tives at Lexington are members of time board will observe the Increase Good Bus Ball Record The Richmond base ball team played College Hill at Moberly Saturday are ternoon The game resulted in a vie tory for town boys the score being 16 to The game was witnessed by a large and enthusiastic crowd from Kichmond Waco and College Hill This game which cl SIS till season leaves the local team time undisputed champion of the coumv During time season the buys have played ten games and have won nine One saute was lost to Silver Creek Home Burned It S Semlders home near McKin nov U now n as time Josh Brown place hunted Tuesday night together with a its contents except a single chair anti churn Mr and Mrs Scudder were vtaitliie in Madison and did not know of their loss until the following afternoon Time house was weil fur nished and the loss is fully 3500 with 2000 insurance The origin of the fire is a mystery A hired man was present but ho did not awaken until it was too late to do any good The loss is a severe one on Mr and Mrs Scud der anti their triends here and else where deeply sympathize with them Interior Journal Horse Ran Away Mr and Mrs J M Riffe met with an accident while out driving last Friday morning that caused their friend some uneasiness for a time They were starting to Slate Lick and had just left Berea when going down a steep hill a part of the harness broke causing the phaeton to run up on the horse The horse started to run amid Mrs Rifle jumped out receiving some painful but not serious injuries Near time foot of tho hill tho phaeton struck a post and stopped and the horse broke away Mr Rib was thrown out but was not hurt It the horse they were driving had not been a very gentle one there might have a differ ent story to tell As it was they xvfre able to return to town in a short tim feeling truly thankful that time accident xvas not more serious Sues the oty Norris Bros through their attorney lIon H C Hazelwood has filed suit against time city to recover the full amount of their license with interest which they have paid the city for the last six years Norris Bros have been running the stock yards for a number of years and now claim that n license of tO per year has been exacted from them without any authority and further claim that there has been no ordinance to grant stock yard privileges or to give time city power to collect the license City Attorney Jackson in filing his an swer denies that ttie statement that there has been no ordinance granting special privileges to the stock yards He also states that tlie city has built a street for their use has always fur nished police protection and has wIth- held the franchises of others desiring to compete with them The case will be tried in the circuit court next week Mr Baldwin Leaves Mr J M Baldwin has resigned his position as Superintendent of the Rich mond Water Light Company and will leave this week for Kansas City where hu has accepted a position as manager of a telephone company Mr A N Cnsliman of Portland Maine who has been appointed to succeed Mr Baldwin arrived yesterday to take charge of time office It is with feelings of great regret that Mr Baldwins friends see him leave the city lIe came here seven years ago as manager of the Richmond Telephone Company which J o ition he held until two years ago when he accepted the position with the Water Light Company He has always been popular with the business men of the city and during his seven years stay with us he has made a great many friends who now regiet to se him leave Time CMMAX with his numerous other friendswishcs him great success in his new home Loving Cup Presented to Dr Batbonr An impressive and beautiful incident occurred in the office of time State Rank Trust Company yesterday afternoon when the Madison County Alumni of the old Central University expressed their love and esteem for their venera ble friend and former instructor Dr Lewis G Barbour by presenting him with a handsome loving cup Some time ago when it became known that Dr and Mrs Barbour bad decided to go to Louisville to make their home a few of the alumni in the city tried to think of some manner in Which they could give expression to tile love and affection for their former instructor and staunch friend It was finally decided to prenenl Iholoving cup and every al umnus of tho old institution in the county was enthusiastic about it One or two outside of the county who hap pened to hear of the proposed gift would not bo barred from sharing in It Accordingly yesterday afternoon the County Alumni Association met at the bank where Mr R R Burnamr with a few touching words made the pr sell tation It wonld be impossible to de scribetbat scene This grand old gen tleman who came with the first when tIme doors of the institution we loved were opened txventyelght years ago who labored faithfully in it during the whole period of its existence who fought for it during these closing hours and who now remains the sole repre sentative of it in this city now sur roundcu by thoso whom he had led and whose memories are indelibly im pressed with his teaching and his pare life It was a scene that none who were present will ever forget All who were there will always Le glad that they lied the privilege of witnessing the sad but beautiful ceremony Dr and Mrs Barbour will leave Friday for their new homo in Louisville but H wakes no diftareaco where they may go the Richmond people will never rtllfttjulsli Ultlr claim on them but will Ifffcyi iiiiak of them M bmqtmbN tRSONAL4 Hon J A Sullivan was in Louisville FridayMr jHott P Smith spent last week at Estijj Springs Miss Bettie Taylor is visiting rein Lives in turned Dr LebanonIMiss Iary Lee Colyer spend last week at Tilt h alii Springs KlderT Q Martin of Winchester was in his city Saturday Miss ohio iigR of Lexington is time Sliest of Mr C H Pigg Miss Annie Frazee of Lexington is visiting friends in this city Mrs llud Dunn is still very III at her home near Whites Station Mr Lee Elkin of New Orleans is time KiiMt of Mr T E Arnold Mrs Martha Haley has returned from a visit to friends III Lexington Miss Kmiiiiv Golden has returned from a yhmit 10 relulves III Missouri Miss Kosa Uoyil AViIun or Lexing ton is the guest of Mrs Jima T BOPRS Mr James R Brown is visiting hi Uncle lilr Joe Brown of Winchester Mrs J W Zaring is visiting her daughter Mrs J D Allen in Unrliale Mr J J Heath of Hendersonville N C ii the guest of friends in thit cityMr lion H Conner of Oynthiana an old C V student was in the city Fri dayMiss Madge Hart returned Monday from a trip to Atlantic City and New YorkMr Boon Zaring was in Carlisle last week time guest of his sister Mrs J D Allen Miss Lillian Bybee has returned from a visit in Mrs C K Oldham at Mt SterlingVMiss Eleanor Chonault left Monday ftr a visit to Miss Pattie Prewitt in Lexington Councilman W S Bybee and Mr Lucln r tiriiistoiid npent last Sunday at Neultjii KyVMr Malcolm Miller has returned to New York ulcer a mutihti viett to hit parents i n this cityVMrs Mat S Cohen and little daugi Her Anne Bennett visited relatives in Versailles last week Mr William Dodge Jr of Jacksonville Fli is visiting his parents Dr and Mrs W H Dodge Mr and Mrs T T Covington end children have returned from a ten days visit to Crab Orchard Mr Clarence E Woods returned Sat urday from a stay of several days at Frankfoit and Lawreiiceburg Senator and Mrs James B McCreary have returned from a months visit to Washington and Atlantic City v Mr and Mrs John Arvine of Arm atroiijr Mo were guests last week ol SIrs Alice Tribble on Main street Miss Mary Hnllardjeft Saturday for Wincliiifr nlioo thq will he the guest t is week of relatives and friends Miss Martha Smith of Itclmiun U expected tills week to bethe guest 01 SIrs Walden Danville Advocate Miss Mary Robinson who lisa been the guest of Miss Julia Higgins return ed to her home in Cynthiana yesterday Miss Kate Blanton of Jackson and Miss Lizette Dickson of Paris are guests o Mrs l2 Rutherford Blanton Mr and Mrs Ben F Boggs ot Fox Estill county are guejts of Mr and Mis T T Covington on North street Master Kit Covington Jr has re turned from a visl to bis grandfather Mr R rSpears in Jessamine county Hon D M Chenault and wife of Richmond arevisiting at Hon J Davis Reids Mt Sterling Sentinel Domo cratMrs Iiunas Broadhead of Woodford county and Mrs Carter of Philadel phia the guests of Mrs L T Shackol fo d Mrs f D Dykes and Miss Minnie Dykes who have been spending sev eral weeks at Crab Orchard have returned home Miss Lucy and Fannie Moore visited Miss Erama McDonald at Winchester last weak and attended the Goshen AssociationMiss Ferrill left yesterday for Shelbyville to attend the fair While there she will be time guest of Mrs Alexander Mason lIrsJ T Wallace and little son E IJ haVn returned to their homo in Lexington after y visit to her mother Mrs W HSmitson Mrs Kudie Chenault and daughter Miss Nellie who have been visiting relatives in Harrodsburc hand Lancas ter have returned home Mr and Mrs Summerville of Alabama who have been the guests oi Col anti Mrs G M Edgar left Friday to visit relatives in Paris Mr and Mrs Robert Richardson of Lexington have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs C W White find other relatives here Mr and Mrs Robert Harris of Richmond were lucre to visit with Mr and Mrs Jce Harris and iliss Fannie Har ris over Sunday Beattyville News Miss Eleanor Chenault and Dr Harry M lilanton were guests at a house party which was entertained by Miss Allcen Watts at Chiles burg last week Mrs II L James who has been in this city for several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs L W Campbell returned home to Richmond Thurs day rCarlisle Mercury Miss Iargaret Goff of Clark and Miss Annie Goff of Fayette who have recently returned from the New En gland Conservatory of Boston were the guts of Mr and MrsG G Prewitt last wijek- Misg Thompson Taylor who was reo cantly elected to a po ition in the Leb banon High School will leave next week t t take up her work Miss Taylor graduated from Madison Institute last year and is well fitted for a place in any school Mr Edward B Stockton who has been jll of scarlet fever for several days i j impr rapidly and his phy sician says he will soon be able to be out JJuring his illness his father Mr R O Btockton is stopping at Hotel GlyuolpuMlsfrunie Turner who has been the attrac ve guest of her uncle Mr B W family returned Saturday Turn1fand in Milan Missouri Dur of several weeks Miss Turn made many friends in Rich mondlwimo will alwRvsJbe glad to wel come ler in their midt iioi4a L Searoy accompanied by Mlu WUh andMIQ Kmilt Cavlngton burf Jiwt ratwrMd from doliglitfol two wni trip to xi 1 aVOrooi4biLksm Ott the return trip they came down the Hudson liver to New York ned visited Washington Mt Vernon and other places of interest Mm L R Blanton entertained Monday afternoon from three to six oclock She was assisted in receiving by Miss Julia Higgins Miss Robinson of Cvn thiatm Miss McRoberts of Danville Miss Lizzette Dickson of Paris and Miss Kate Blanton It was one of the handsomest receptions of the season perfectly sustaining Mrs Blantons rep utation as a delightful hostess and was thoroughly enjoyed by her many guests The home of Mr E B Hurne was indeed a pleasing spectacle on last Fri day night when Master Stockton Hume entertained his many friends The yard a veritable fairyland was filled to its utmost with the happiest of small people who were not playing like they were having a good time Time fun was unmistakably genuine and many of the older children of Rich mond were tempted to stop and join with them The young guests will carry with them for many years the memory of a jolly good time and courteous little host aI Dissolves Partnership The well known firm oi Higgins Luzon will be dissolved on September Air Chailes M Higgins retiring Mr B H Luzon will continue the busi Vies st the sumo stand MADISON INSTITUTE The facultyof this splendid institution will be stronger next session than ever before This is positively the only school in Kentucky thatkeeps a faculty composed of gradu ates of the greatest institu tions of the world such as Columbia University N Y City the University Michi gan Aim Arbor Vanderbilt University the Drexel Insti tute of Art Philadelphia and the New England and Cincinnati Conservatories of Musicc No stronger faculty is to be found south of the Ohio river Its course of study is unsurpassed The frequent illustrated lectures by the president on his travels in Euprope Egypt and the Holy Land is another impor tant feature that no other school affords As to healthfulness not once was a physician called in last session to see a sick student Be cause of these and other advantages which no other school affords Madison Insti tute is regarded by promi nent educators over the State as unquestionably the best female college in Kentucky Do the people of Madison county appreciate this fact If so they should show their appreciation by giving this ex cellentinstitutioutheirfulland hearty support Dont think of sending to another school because it is cheap Beware of cheap schools In a matter so important as the edu cation of our children nothing but the very best is worth having even if it does cost more In the crowded public schools it is impossible for them to get the best advan tages Do parents who refuse to give their children the best educational advantages realize the injustice they are doing those children Are they mindful of the fact that the girl who fails to get a first class education in this twen tieth century makes the mis take of her life Parents should think of these things and give their children the superior advantages to be ob taine l here in their own county seat at Madison Institute Call on or address JW McGARVEY JU- President aug203t Richmond Ky Sunday round trip rates on L A 100 to Versailles C5c Nicholasville 700II Irvine 950II Millers Creek One fare to all other stations tf II j S FALL HATS the MEN AND BOYS IN Celebrated Slippers for 50 65 75 and 85c Rothchilds Strap Sandals for Go 85c Patent Vamp Strap Sandals 98c 125 150 198 RothchiMs Chrome Kid 4 styles 250 our price Infants Moccasins lOc Infants tan 25c We are a large of SUITS at 98c 600 10 9Sc Mattings 1 Window are invited to inspect our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT came that htly step skin rich rosy complexion smiling face She looks good feels aood Heres her secret She uses Dr New Life Pills Resultnll organs active good no head aches 10 for blues Try them yourself Only at Thomas lm Cows For Sale cows for sale Ifwo to MKS A W FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR Having purchased the 5000 of goods of Burnett Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was re destroyed by fire I thtse gOOdS FIFTY PER CENT the original wholesale Price These Goods are not aamaged in the these bargains are without a parallel iii In the way Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and Clothing is included in this Slaughter once see for yourse3 the bargains that are being offered get immense of Goods THE STORE DOBROWSKY Prop First St Opposite Court i Gate Ky Our new Fall Hats are here latest styles straight from New York and Philadel phia The best brands suchas 9 Stetsfrn9tledden9 AND OTHERS Buying as we do in large lots from leading manu facturers enables us the strongest values in Richmondand very much the largest for you choose fromVFINE HATS 1 to 5 CHEAPER HATS 50 to 75c A choice collection of Caps for boys girls at i 25 and 50c IMUUwSliu BANKS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR ELDERS BARGAINS SHOESVAND SLIPPERS Kreiders Patent Children Patent Upper Two Children and Ladies and 5newestMen Shoes branded 175 soft sole Shoes red white blue black CLOTHINGShowing line 800 and 1000 that cannot beequaled Boys Knee Suits to Boys Knee Pants to 0 to 25c Shades 8 to 65c You Just Look at Her Whenca faultless Kings digestion chance 25c lerry valuable Jersey SMITH stock cently will offer at Less than least and this city of Sale Come at and and first pick from this stock A Joust direct to offer Hat stock to and Baby Caps JOctto 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats75c to 750 DERto FIRE SALE EVERYTHING LOUISVILLE NoxAII RceJlf Did You Ever Miss Your TrainJ- ust because your watch was not keeping tIme time correctly Most of us have and it is very annoying I have every facility for WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING and can fix up tho old one for you or sell you a nexv one at a price so low it will surprise you Timing watches a specialty Victor BogaertMANUFACTURINGUEWELER AND IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KV Must Go Regardless of Price As executor of the estate of my father George M Willging I will proceed at once to settle the business and from this date untilevery thing is sold will offer bargains neyer before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will be soldin any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of Pictures and Picture Frames that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire stockmust go There is also a complete line of Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Poles Window Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire outfit of Painters and Paper Hangers Tools will be disposed of This is a genuine sale as the gOQds mutbe closed out and that at your own price You have the priv ilege of buying the entire stock or any part tfesired Gall early and get the pick of the stocfc 1I PB1L L WILLING Exeotorf r = V il J TO THOSEe2 wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence t rearn pitaspd that it is on sale at the tol lowing places in Madison county clunondSearcyJo C S Powell Red House ViewJNowbyBurtonJ WTaater Hdtnton CottnnburgIOilcWharter wallaccton HleknerJSKarly Item JTCoy irks l1Ie Por Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments AJW Webber Berkley Ky 20 ISJ20JVm Kueptlcn Milton Ky 28 28InhnandHobt W Ow ni fxraitvile 14t0 nt Durrett Irwtou St road Jsfferaon county Ky SCO Austin Uoekport Ky 1S6 Sand bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON IX 0 myfit lem runs 14 If want to flmd homo In Texas where hi r crops are ralcvd where prosper write for a copy of handsome booklets Houses In the Southwest Through xaswttb t Vw Chair Cars rnaorou ALL IMP Double Dally Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN 4 Memphis to little Rock 4G Memphis to Hot Sprints 6 Equipment Superb Service lltmphli Ticket Ofllce St THANK H aitirnrn ethplihsTenn L IAIIROT A rfock Ark 1 iii rA borseand looking 4 1Ing liarnuss In the wont khiu of a com Unnllon OiI not maiM the harness nod the j lock better but makeo the leather ton and pliable putt It In con i a dilk n to lasttwice us gs t oUnarIIfWOUl sa bers Is STANDARD sOILCO a It the average mans digestive apparatus is right his conscience doesnt trouble him much + + + + CALL AT ++ M MERSHON + WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most of drinks that can be found in the city are by upto Jate and accommo dittnif cle rs Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St KT n ji L1J1O114ANWINWAN TER i I Are b s reac1t by Co ton BeIr ich Ijne Iwo trainsday Iro mphi to Texas 1 wiihoit change doseqnneco Nhesc ai S er rcacb- directormake toraItpansofTexasOS1hOkfl c you a obod I anybody and and LodtdtIa 1l Free Reclining eiANT TEXAS POINTS TERRITORY TEXAS GH0GTAW FLYER FretRicllnlniChtlrUnmrpiijid MaIn T r F eKMANTtAt Tenn 8 T 1 ASoroLittle poor look Eureka Harnessonly horse t Give YourHorse Chance all JONES SALOON PARLOR refreshing dispensed RTCIIMOND the F8WYATTTPJL L UBEAUHE G P S T A ST Profit Siiarmg The Cincinnati Enquirerectc aside 97OOOTo be distributed to such of its readers who cue to engage in an Intel lectual and profitable iudy A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting pjvcr and government of th State of Ohio The Problem ss generalState12000 will lie presented to ore making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will n by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate ifreceived on crtforc July 31 1902 provided- such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several cf which equal a lifetime ompetencc 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquircr entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of 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 uid providedSend to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Efv7i6 Cincinnati OI rLoiiisvnlc jenderson and St LouiS Railway Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES DTO TilE WESTTickets on Sole First and ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APIUL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and Califomisx Points X XXX i for Further IifornB pi Address r GEQ lit NTfVp Mn- L lq mi1II 7 r SaleI lots fn he best part of tho city One is 60x264 and the other lOOsSOO For terms ape ply at this office rachUGtf MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr1 Kings New Discovery sop Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat A1dI lung Eemodica Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurlsy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE HO PAY Price 60o SI Trial Bottlo Proc Ion A Situation M BOiJkKeejMftg Bustess PHONOGRAPHYh telegraphy Lr = a AdWILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KYJror circular of his famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY A framed Medal at World ExpoUUoa Refers to thonrands et pnduslej In ooltlons Cost of Fall Ktulnru Course intituling Tnt tion Book and Hoard in family about ShorthandTypeWritigandie1egrapby8peci3lUe3OSTho awarded jtradnatt Literary Course free if desired Jio mention Enter now Graduate nL I order to hare V9r letter reachi address call WILBUR RSMITHLXINGTONKYj3 Columbia Finance Trust Co Assignee BLSAsen pin againstDhllard ic Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of n Judgment and Order of Sale cf the Madison Circuit Court rendered nt the April term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday August 28 Houstdoorblgbestbidder A House and Lot of Land in Richmond Ky fronting on Main Street feet and running back in a northerly direction feet bring Lot No 1 in Block II in the Richmond Investment Addition to tbe City of Richmond Ky producetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of and 12 months equally The purchaser will be required to Rive bond with good security for the payment of the purchase money to have bearinglegalserved upon sahl property ltiii aU thc pur chase money is paid S E SCOTT nan 3t M C MC C Public Sale ri WILL ON Saturday August 30 At JO Oclock AM on the premises sell to the highest bidder the farm known as the Col Reuben Munday farm situated in Madison county Ky9 miles south of Richmond and 2 miles from Kingston lying between the Big Hill Turnpike and the Muddy Creek road containing about 450 acres with good subfitatial dwelling tenant house two good barns and all other necessary outbuildings with the best cave spring in Kentucky in the yard good land lies well and mostly in srasb It will be offered as a whole ands two separate tracts with privilege of accepting tho best bid privilege of seeding will be given the purchaser and full possession January 1st 1903 TERMS Onot bird cash the balance in one and two years equal installments bearing per cent interest Anyone desiring to look at said farm before the salo willcall on Mr James Hubbard on the premises who will take pleasure in showing it to them For any fur ther particulars address R H Bronaugh Agt Crab Orchard Ky 23julCt For Sprin- g1902d White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn1 French Lawn Organ ie s Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams bambrays Shirtings r Embroideries Taffeta Laces Crepe de Chines- Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for G ftons Celebrated Shirts WhiteANDblDson IcR9p Y SEEING THE CITY Mercer County Boy Fights Iron Man From Louisville PostaRoy Mercer came to Louisville from Mercer county last Sunday to ascertain if itis a fact that they burn lights all night in a town of the first classHe had read in the Fireside Weekly that big cities are not exactly the thing for youth and inexperience to buck against but he had also heard somewhere that it is a good idea to fake a fall outof every thing once just to say that youve been against thegame Roy had a hard summers work to his credit and the old man thought it a shame that he should be denied the pleasure of seeing the world es pecially when there was an excursion to town and back for 125 He figured that by putting little apples in the middle of the barrel and giving the trust the hooks on a couple hogsheads of tobacco he could catch even and have some to sparefcisTD c cJ Roy came into town as ver dant as an Illinois wheat field in early April He had a bottle of white whisky in his pocket two drinks of which according to local tradition would make a rabbit spit in a bull dogs face He emptied the bottle as he got off the train and tried to exchange it with a depot boot black for a shine Not being successful he went and had the bottle filled which was his undoing The red and the white mixed under protest In fact Roy felt as if a drop of feud blood had broken loose somewhere in his system and suddenly overthrown his early teach ings At Preston and Jefferson streets he met an Indian whom he was sure was a friend of Daniel Boone He ad dressed hinl as Big and offered to whack ChiefII the fire water The mmj did not reply for he cast iron and was rooted to the spot Then Roy got mad and a IndiansMOtomahawk ensued In the melee Roy lost his scalp despite the Indian was chained How it happened he could not tell nor could the officer who piloted him from the reserva tion to the wigwam of Chief Pfianz Judge Wilson in the Police Court today talked to Roy with fatherly compassion and sent him home with his blessing In time to worm the tobac eoI trustl commented Bailiff Boslei as Roy faded away To Abandon Missouri River Work Beaten in its effQrts to control it the United States is about to abandon the Mis souri River to its fate and give itup as a means of trans portation Railroads lave grabbed the freight and steamboat business h as dwindled The millions spent inan effort to make the Missouri a permanent canal for cgm merce have done no good The Missouri has eaten up millions of acres along its banks It is not at all un common for entire farms to be carried away in a single day The brokers stock in tradeis trade in stock theburglar earnedisworkingworking mans sickness is disease of the lungsliverThe use of Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery will stop the stealing of the sickness It cures dis ofdigestioneases of heart liver lungs kidneys etc thediseasedits allied organs troublewtUs badlJudwouldbelchtimes I have employed and been treated by llelpwhatewrtisoupjtttheyYOUthoughtuse of your Golden Medical and medljdnesbetterIrontiptopMedicult4 CQtI r rtu1t4 t II I rGas Reduction About one year flgotliis company materially reduced gas ihd witter rates It lies been so encoura d by Increased patronage in both during the present year that It hns determined to allow discount of 25c per 100 feet on Illu in itiating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby rolucing the net price of gas from 200 t15JCSTBut notice Is especially given- thatthls discount on ghs will not be allowed to any person MIO fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each onthat use office or Uho is indebted to tho company for water All delhi quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penally without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATKB LIGHT Co Nov 27 1001 dec 4 tf 41 Tab signature Is on every box of tho ecnulnc Laxative BromoQf nine Tablet too remedy that cures n pilU In ono day A spot on the sun isat half ns dis tnrbing ns a freckle on the daughter Tetter SaUKheam nnd Eczema The intense itching mil smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ascs have been permanently cured by it It- si equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic soro eyes 35 cts per box Ir C uly n Condition Powders are just what a horso neorlt when in bad condition Tonic blotd purifier and vermifuge They are not Toed but medicine and tho best ir use to put a horso in primo condition Priet 25 lente per package Famous Cave in Nelson An interesting and historic spot here is the valley East of tOwn The view of the valley and surrounding country from the summit of Lov ers Leap is one o f rare beau ty and is fully worthy of the most eminent artists brush Just beneath the Lovers Leap is Bardstowns famous cave When Raphael Lancas ter a pioneer came to this section from Maryland in 1788 he and his family occu pied this cave for several months until Lancaster could find a suitable location They had a cow the first one in this section and Mrs Lancaster having no other yes sels for dairyuse kept her milk in sugar troughs inside the cave At the foot of Third street is a neverfail ingstream of water from which all the colored residents obtain their supply of drink ing water Near the spring was established the first In dian trading post in this sec tion Indians came from a great distance to exchange corn and furs for trinkets hatchets whisky etc The water of the spring is clear and icy cold Bards town Standard The record to date shows that five regiments of regu lars who saw actual service in the SpanishAmerican war and who lost in killed wound ed and missing 604 men have filed 764 pension claims while five regiments of volunters with no losses at all in battle have filed 2997 claims Such figures as these carry their own comment Schools for Railroading One of the great Western railroads has in ftiree a sys tem of education for the train men which rests upon a more scientific basis than has un til recently been recognized as needful The fundamental principle lies in what the mental scien tists term reflex acton or subconscious control The brain may be taught to act according to the signals of the various senses without conscious thought The first step is the complete training of the trainmen to their du ties so they respond on the instant almost involuntarily to any emergency In the life of the railroader there is no time for thought or reasoning He must act instantly If the engine driver is called upon to save a train from w reck willbe the more likely tos cpeed if his brain has been sd trained to act not in response to f1 swill but to habit Certain circumstances will ciill forth certain actions regatfdless of his own volition so jibe man is pntthroughlegulm course of practical railroad ing beforelie is employed at all positionanswer the question at an givehisor he is rejected Trie habit of quick action must bji strong upon himInee anU close observation have dem nstrut ed that most men a er the age of thirty or th rtjfive uiringthisman must begin youiff So in tills as in b h of loarnin r thg Pinlls tire OUt1it11t41 I MOTHERHOOD Tho greatest ambition of Amer ican men and women is to have homes blessed with children Tho woman afflicted with female ills ease is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife No meditfno can restore dead or gans but Wine of Cardui does regulate derangements that prevent conception does prevent miscarriage does restore weak functions and shattered nerves und does bring babies to homes barren and desolate for years Wino of Cardui gives women the health and strength to bear heal thy children You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardui from year dealer WINEorCARDUI 113 Market Street Memphis Tenn April 14 1901 In I took one bottle of WIno of Ceniul and ono of Thcdfords BlockDraught I had been married fifteen years and had never given birth to child until I took Wine of Cardnl Now I am mother of anne baby girl which was born March 31 1901 The baby weighs fourteen pounds and Ifeel as welt as any person could feeL Now my homo happy and I never wiU bo without wino in house again Mrs J W C SMITH For Bdrlc And literature address trine IiqoArtmentChattanooga TenD The best physic Chambf rlnins Stomach and Liver rablet Easy to take Pleasant In effect For sale by Stockton Hasan 1m Prof R C Adams OF PANOLA KY Offers his services to the pco le Madison and adjoining counties- to teach Ten Days Con ventions consisting of rudimen tal chorus and voice Also to conduct the music for protracted meetings and any public gathering Can furnish male quartette for special occasions Please give ten days notce SOjl 6m Last of the Season Popular Family Excursion + B o s w iTO PUTINBAY Thursday August 21 VERY LOW RATES Tickets Goo- dReturnioglo J f 0 DAYS 4 tulsa the last opportunity this season Erieflesoitagents B 5t O SW for full particulars or address the undersignedO General Passeneer Agent Cincinnati Ohio Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is thing for this seasonI Cecil Catron I are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all ilavors and wish to place it on sale in every town and village Prices extremely low Cecil Catron Junction City Ky Cli IROUTE Popular Excursions TO Old Point Comfort And Ocean View VIdaysReturning will be sold July 15 and September2Solid vestibuletl Trains dining cars electric lights Pullman Sleeper Stopover allowed in the mountains officePhoenix 13 RoundTrip GEO W BARNEY D P A John D Potts A G P A LIT- 1 CX 0 9 TP Ry will discontinue running low rate Excursions on SZULi days toGinG nnati TF GRin arson G PA Jl Notice to Creilit All persons holding iJaims against Cite Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival Association are requeued to present same to Secretary D R iTevis at onco or same will be barredr 2t H H Ijolyer Pres Notice to Creditors AH parties having claims ngalnst Dr O J Bales that arose prior to his aulgnmentare requested Io present same verifl ed as required by law to the undersigned on ft before August 15 1002 or same will be barrel 18an7ir J TEVIS COBB Assignee Notice to Creditors All parties orpersons leaving claims against the estate of Ed Baxter diceased will present stone verified as the lawrcquircs to the undersigned on or before Aug 15 th 1902 or same will barredJuly 1902 Mrs Hattio A Baxter adaiinistra tor July 16 4t Loiisie itlutK Bailroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or ambyvilleand Clllclnnatl For Irvine Mam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and j L1Siam SUrFromlrvinem From Millers Creek 830am O M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyRRichmond Ky KadlclDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedigesthntsfood Itgives instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child itFirstCures all stomach troubles Chicagoho1bottlocontalnsI For sale by Perry Thomas Of Vit 1- Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one recently destroyed fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andotherProduce in Madison aud adjoining coun highestCASHWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a N producethat we propose to load in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS DepotSPjanly RICHMOND KY Plan Now For Colorado Th Burlingtons Extensive Scheme oi Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rates to Col orado Resorts hat have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denv jr Colorado Springs and Manitou as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good till summer at other periods only one fare plus 200 roun J trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to Jtne 8th Augtst 2d to 8th Round trip good CO days variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri liver 4500 all lower than the one way rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Port land first class good in chair cars seats free stnndaid sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chief Coast route the Burlington to Denver through Senic Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota 1000lakes scores of the coolest and ountryfrequentApply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of your proposed trip vrheather to Colorado Pacific Coa t Yellow adviselenst orCaliforniaW M SHAW P 406 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager SI Louis Ma WAKELEY Geal Passr Agent St Louis Mo J THE- hLexingtont J Democrat Y S THE brVLYO DAILY Democratic per jJ tJttBl+ + w jr44 + +fw Is 1 Jt tJ IntereatortisoCemocttIC new3wiIrSubscription Price 500 Year T 15 Cents a Week by Carr r C fMf WALTONL c Lexngtotiji u 20 PERCENT OFF ON STOVES I 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Stove of any description from us We Iboughte arly in carload lots therefore we can save you the advance in prices and the freighte of iof WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR T iiiT o nHiRang HeateYoufore seeing us Seeing is buying We arc ire can give you a better article for less money than an one in this or any other to- wnHARpW4BE OUR LINE OF Farming Implement Is complete We carry the Hanover Disc P only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that pv you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering d Rj pairing done promptly by experienced workm Arbuckle Simmon 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 SdAXs Sek ok T I m itS I It is time you were thinking LII your 5f ffeand therefore itis time to thin us You cannot be too partiouL about your eFURNITURE You want a large and varied stcu to select from You want wn variety of prices You want i telligent courteous service at above all you want the right prici We are prepared to meet all these wants in the fullest measu and earnestly ask an inspection our stock before placingyour oni wes Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND July31ly KENTUCKY t t kl Il1fllfllffSfi1t1fJYS Wlll hillDllllf Ii I urn Offlf AmRmeffowL I5V7IIIE6 fKYflY5oDyl GOWNtr PREllHlff tHYts U1TqLQGuE 1flow REffDY Off APPLICATION 4 Raymond Physical Development Keller Building KY the only Scientific Method of We do not say that wemay develope your muscles but that we w Each individual is given special attention no form or apparatus is Will we only askthat you follow pur instructions carefully for ten minutes night before retiring or upon arising in tho morning Using our mclliotl m only develops the musclEs but produces the heart action which pumps II pure rich blood throughout the entire system Our pupils are taught by m only Thousands have been relieved of constipation indigts ion and hf trouble Wo catrand will do the same thins for you In two weeks tIne not only harden your imisclee but give strength and vigor IP lIe entire M thereby producing a graceful anti nil easy carriage This is the onlyins that docs not overtax the heart If there is an special part you wish Jeveloi in correspondence Tthich will received confidential atten Our method fivkif full complete for 3 00 llJ4Y Instructor T mcu Runs II V LOUISVILLE Teaches Physical Cottar kindlymentionaanle instructions mJEAN RAYMOND t si PERIYEAR- i