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THE RICHMOND CLIMAXfC OLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1902 NUMBER 16 hen there is your Freezera Worn out an O K Freezer will never regret money spent And not least dont forget thatwe the best Stoves on earth O K Jewell Stoves Ranges t The Wonderful North Star Refrigerator 1 The J Dont be handicapped by ice bills when a North Star 1will solve the ice question will save money for ater Coolers Springisand make the sparkling water more inviting Id Get and you the last but sell aud and you e Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on earth rte SHACKELFORD COo 9 Main Street ft RICHMOND KY Racket Store FOR THE LEADING NOVELTIES Glassware Queensware 1 Lunch Baskets Boxese Tablets and Pencils loTver Pots ardiniers V t We are the people who sell t them to you at prices that + J defy competition t +tNN++10N1 +NN NNNt UIT BRATTON Opposite Blue Grass Grocery IX STREET RICHMOND KY I pride ourselves on our WE splendid assortment of 444 + tt+ tN++ t6NNN++NNN+ +++ ++ 4 i FURNITURE + 1t+ 101 + e11 + 1+ t114i 1N11NNN1 11NNNN + which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristliuj with Holiday selections To properly celebrate tho season YOU probably desire some new piece We have now Chairs Tables Buffet China Cabinet Slde oards everything suitable lor the Dining Room Iron Bedsfull stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workinnnship Tidies Desksbest bargains ever IffirelRockersan style you may wish Couchesv ery latest desire Seethe lino of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rugs +N+ N+N+ + N++ NNI+NNNNN4 NINN N+ t i JO S JOPLIN i+ 6 220222 W Main Street t+ ++ NNNNNNY Indertaking Specialty rmrasrst Best- IVladeee he 4i G VV Evans Jr Embalmer and Director L R Blanton DEALER IN Coat Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc rner Main and B Streets nPhone85 Jj f CRANKS AND LUNATICS SCARCE AT WASH INGTON Dull Season Just Now A Washington Speeial says Yes there are taut of real sureenough crazy people come to Washington but we do not have the least bit of trouble in locating them said a Capital City police official when shown a newspaper clipping stating that this has been the dullest season in a long time for lunatics and cranks in Washington We find nearly all of them at the Capitol or around the White House A few of them make straight for the department buildings the Pension office drawing more than all the rest put together but most of these individuals first show up at the Capitol which ranks first or the White House and are taken in by the police guards before they have a chance to get further- A guard at the Capitol was then asked about crazy peo ple and cranks Pretty dull now in the crank business on account of the absence of Congress he replied But we certainly do get our share when the houses are in ses sion We can spot them ninetynine times out of a hundred Theysneak around alone do not know where they are going and are afraid to ask We walk up and offer to aid them and then they get all muddled and at a glance we see there is something wrong They have bills of all sorts they want introduced I remember one fellow who came here last winter with a bill to appropriate ten million dollars to add another story to the Capitol and he was to be assigned to do the work He said he did not intend to add the story to the top of the building as that woujd hide the dome but that he had a new process by which he could raise the entire structure and place the new story beneath the basement Yes I presume he is in St Elizabeths now Another funny thing is that only a few of the cranks are looking for jobs and also there ore but a few of them dangerous I remember of only two or three who come here to kill some one I presume that the real arebcaptured before they leave their homes There are but few cranks around the White House just at present because the build ing is undergoing repairs and the gates are closed to visitors and most of the people know that the President is in Oyster Bay They were thickaround here when Mr Roosevelt first became President said one of the guards They generally have some great scheme that they w ish to tell the President about and se cure some assistance in car rying it out Only a very small portion of these people have assassination in their mind If they have we do not know it Are there many women lun atics or cranks who come Beautiful ThoughtsT- hesweet pure breath of the babe suggestive of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children is Inseparable from a the beautiful and it behooves every woman to bring the sweetest and best influence to bear on the subject of her maternity To relieve pain and make easy that period when life born again Mothers FriendIs popularly used It is a liniment easily and for external use only Preguantwomenshould remedy a her during natures term of suspense and anticipation noihers Frieiri if used throughout in will soften the bre3SlstherebX preventing cracked and sore with the burden will relax become le and elastic from its continuedapplication I AH fibres iu the region will to the cove- rcostainingthecmbryoifflotherSFrk 4 is applied externally ncy- OhU dm Loopcrbottle Write for free bookouunotnTME MAWKl REWUTM CO ATLAftf A M jJj 0 n i here he has asked No wii have very few You see a cranky or crazy woman is discovered in a minute and she does not get this far As stated the Pension building draws more cranks than all theother department There are men with imagina ry grievances against the Government on account of th Civil War Some of them demand millions of dollars At the War and Navy Departments they offer models fur a boat that will run a hundred miles an hour or a gun that will shoot a hundred miles and armor plate that is posi tively impenetrable Very few of these people are sent to the asylum They are turned over to the district police who upon investigating thei records find that they have already been ad verticd fur They are then sent home All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanis hood Balm which ef factually cured nil eating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had iriven up her case as hopeless hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores supper athig swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Guerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lip were raw asbnef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Uuerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bonE pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula rising and humps on the skin and nil blood troubles Druggists SI per large bot tie Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid by writlngBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter It is certainly worth while In vestigating such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and tpost deep seated blood diseases m KENTUCKV CROPS Drougth Has Done Some Damage and Rain is Bad ly Needed The summary of Kentucky crop conditions issued by the weather Bureau is as fol lowsDrouth has damaged corn considerably in a great many localities so that the pros pect which obtained earlier in the season for an excessive yield is altered and now not more than an average crop is expected It has improved in the extreme western coun ties but has deteriorated in many loaalities in other parts of the State Early corn is maturing rapidly and some has been cut The late plant ed has suffered from the re cent drouth but with favora ble conditions it will yield wellThe condition of tobacco has not altered very much the crop will be short The growth is small andmany plants are fired Cutting and housing has progressed rap idly the weather being very favorable for that work Hemp is very goodand most of it has been cut Pastures glasses and clover fields suffered very much for rain A medium crop of millet is being gar vested Stock peas cane and sorghum are doing well in most localities Late potatoes turnips and late gardens need rain badly There is a short cropof winter apples of inferior quality some pears and grapes but scarcely any peachesPlowing for winter grains has been carried on where the condition of soil permit ted Some oats have been sown A Parsons Noble Act I want all the world to know writes Rev C J lludionsr of AslmwRy R I mints thoroughly good mid re liable medicine I found in Electric Hitters They cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great suffering for many years For a genuine allround curs they excel anything I ever saw Electric Bitters art the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Kidney and Stomach troubles Dont fail to try them On ly 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Perry lm Money Faced Owl Last week Dr H SRow lett was presented with a fine specimen of the monkeyfaced owl by Marshal Griffin of Sugar Creek The bird has been on exhibition at B E Baileys drug store this week and attracts a great deal of attention from its peculiar appearance Warsaw Inde pendent The woodshed is tlie firit tWitff a bo j forgets After leaving bow e t H Cohmption consumption consumptionPeople learning thatcon sumption is a curable disease It is neglectedconsumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption et a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion once has in thousands of lit es turned the balance in of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emul sion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul ion checks the disease while it an be checkedSeed sample scurf BOWNE Chemists ij 1catl YorksocThe Fralick Treatment The Jerome Arizona Re porter of which Thompson Bros formerly of Augusta are the editors has a long article on consumption and the Fralick treatment It is of local interest by reason of the fact that it tells of the treat ment being taken by Judge Hanson Kennedy of Carlisle After telling of Judge Ken nedys prominence in Kentucky and that they formerly lived in the same Congres sional district here with him aud stating that when he went to Pueblo Colo it was necessary to carry him from the train the specialists at that point telling him that death was matter of only a short time it says Later he came to Phoenix where he again called in the best local authorities on his disease and was given no en couragement About this time Dr Frrlick came to Phoenix and the Judge was the first person to ask and re ceive the treatment Here as before the Judge wanted to know if there was sufficient of his lungs left to build on even if the fluid treatment were successful Dr Fra lick thought it doubtful but gave the treatment twice the first time in February Dur ing the latter part of April we saw Judge Kennedy at Prescott and he was in a very bad way being scarcely able to keep his chair The eighteenth of this month we again called on the Judge and found the most marked im provement in his condition He had shaken off his despon dency was able to walk briskly over the citys streets and from all appearances had ta ken a new hold on life Flesh was returning to him at the rate ofa half pound a day and he now looks forward to a permanent cure His case was the first tried in Arizona and for severity it has not been surpassed since The administering of the treat ment is simple Anartery is cut at the wrist and a tube in serted from 13 to 16 ounces of a liquid is then put into the patients circulation Outof 2000 patients treated all are improving and not one death has occured The Paris Democrat says Judge Hanson Kennedy cf Carlisle passed home Thursday evening from Arizona where he has been for four teen months under treatment for lung trouble For ten months he was under the care of a professional nurse and a score of the best physicians in Arizona told him there was no hope for him In May he submitted to the treatment of Dr Fralick and has steadily improved until he now seems to be a well man In fact he looks better than we ever saw him His Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to tlia and a son riding for mites to gatDr Kings New for Consumption Coughs and asthmai W H Brown of Loeavilie dured deaths agonies from but this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cored him He writes I now sleet scundly every Ukemarvelous cures ol Con sumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove Its matchless merit for all Throat find Lung irouhles Guaranteed bottles roc and SI Trial bottles Tree at Perry Thomas drug store lm There is a moral ia the thought that Columbus i networyinu ovefthg con Lrovray ai to who dimmed America He Wrote Dixie In a little frame house that is hardly more than a hut just over Cemetery hill at Mount Vernon 0 Daniel De catur Emmett the oldtime minstrel and the author of the famous son isnspending the closing years of a long life The house has but three rooms a living room a bedroom and a kitch enand theres an attic which Mr Emmett calls the flies Mr Emmetts last appear ance oil the stage was mad two winters ago when the Elks gave a minstrel performance and Dan agreed to be present and hendid with considerable effect Emmett was born at Mount Vernon in 1815 As a boy he learned the printers trade but abandoned it to join the army He became a member of Oscar Browns Circus Co in 1835 and in 1842 with Frank Brown William Whit lock and Richard Phelan formed what was the first ne gro minstrel company which made its first appearance at the old Chatham theater New York They were known as the Virginia Minstrels and went from New York to Bos ton and later to England where the three separated While a member of Dan Bry ants company in 18J9 he wrote Dixie which sprang into popularity at once He is the author of many other songs which were great fa vorites in their day A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of tlio kidneys and bladder in both men lUll women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of One email bottle is two months treatment and will euro any rasp above- mentioned Dr Eo W Hall soli man ufacturer P 0 lox C2y St Louin Mo Send for testimonials fold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ TillS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Denr Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend to the public Respectfully 4dec ly JOHX A RIDDEE Great Display of Money Mr J C Wilson has re turned from his Eastern trip He spent five days at the Sar atoga races and says that as much as 2000000 is wagered on nearly every race thatone thousand dollar bills were as plentiful there as nickels are in Harrodsburg that a train of cars reaching from this place to Lawrenceburg would not hold the money he saw on the track in one dayWhen he stepped up to the book maker and placed 5100 on a horse the crowd began toyell Theres a piker come to town Saratoga is the resort for millionaires and one night Jim Yates a Harrods burg boy dealt faro all night for John Gates and party and the wire magnet left an immense roll bucking the tiger but as the first streak of dawn appeared cashed in and then handed each of the dealers a bill of large denom ination for entertaining him and his companions Har rodsburg Herald The pentup energy of childhood is mostly in the feet judging from the rapidity from which they work through shoes The New Opera House One Night Only lFrinay tptQ1r it The Lanfihing Event FRANK DAVIDSONS i The New Old Ttir Revised and Rewritten s UptoDate A Little A selected company of Actors Singers lancets including the quaint comedian Howirrd flapper 1000 J s 9op4 3vondl Square Tarfk of- Jfliguiceut See itry DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagont 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 11e eaTTa a ors5ohrAonelson IYo4 ON WITH THE 7EW BUILDING Out With the floods 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 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 EVE- ROUR PALL STOCKH- as already begun to come in and we are showing many new things in Dress Goods that have 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 tot come but come now Come at once Come while you can get a chance at the entire stock J f f r r f WeII OLDIIAM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE PROFESSIONAL CARDS- bTTO2TETf1 RW MILLER ATTOBJIBTATLAW RICBMOXD KBSTCCZT Office the Bura m Building next door to armers National Bank febSly JA SULLIV ATTOBNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank h Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 00 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHERVAltorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY lotiico over Taylor Bros Stor- eJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofllce In John Bennetts old law office orer Perry Thomas drug store- PBTSIOI6N13 DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office ia At Dr HobaOn building Main Street H C JJISPJSRMD Medicine and Surgery iOffice Stonfler Building Main Street felejifcone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENIAL SURGERY Dr ba enttno K c obso- DEartar OP LOUISVILLE KY omcenut door to Government Building cUchmSnd Ky Office hours to lll to 4 noTlTly Harry M Blanton DENTIST jWOfflce In Bennett Building ManlyTELEPUONE 196 DRLANDMAN 4ott Glyndon q WodneQdaySephmber101002 EQYaell MrsEeY c llOsteopathicPhysicians State Bsak klrn Bldg- Literature furnished oh fIlieMloft CONSULTATION FU- trl oaoHetiYarnhoolat0etfwopa1a I i l NOTICEWhen the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool lias fiot Married at last t Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThurman Grocery Coo jautf DEAL AT oooliurst BrosI Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in r J Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all inds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O everuralls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE of 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 Repstg vii PHONE J7 HURST BROS jFOR Photographs Of the t Highest Order it Visit the t o1 irl jjfapr23 Smo R J SPENGLERePk Lexington Ky Subscribe for a op The Richmond Climax as ai Only X100a Yearn 1 he Richmond Climax J O OIlENAULTmm Prealdent A D MILLER Manager BOBT SCROWE Editor WEDNESDAY SEPT 10 1902 PUBLISHED ZVERY WJtBNICSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporatedt ANNOUNCEMENTS v FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON O G GILBERT as a candidate for reelection to Congress from this the Eighth Congressional District subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party- e are authorized to announce DAN II BUECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi lIOn Circuit Court suoject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce mynelf as a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir cuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friends in the past will consider any claims that I may have to the nomination and If nom- Inated I prSmise to use all honorable means to recure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am Respectfully S H THORPE We are authorized to announce GEORGE D AlIITE of Whites a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN will lecture at Paris on September 15 th Ills subject will bo A Conquering Nation MT PELKK has had a second erup tion which destroyed the town of Morne Rouge and kille over two hun dred people WHILE Marrodsburg Winchester Ovrenshoro and a dozen other towns are tearing their U nir out in their efforts to secure the Confederate home the citizens of Peewee Valley tire raising a terrible howl because they have gotten it Twns ever thus A iiTCiiEu battle occurred between the soldiers and citizens of Eldorado Saturday night all because a new coon came to town Its awful the way they treat the downtrodden rico in Illinois Mississippi ought to send 6jmo missionaries up there to teach them bettor TUE Eighth District Republican Con voulion which met at Nichol svile last Wednesday nominated William Lawson Stunrall of Mercer county for Congress on the sixth Imllot Col A T Uhenault of Madison was in the nice until after the filth ballot was east It mattters little to Cousin George Gilbert who gets tho nomination as he will best the whole push a city block WHEN asked about the settlement of tie Pennsylvania coal strike President IJoo8 veh isqnoieH as WIVIPK 1 would leferjun to ihf men nlll c head of tine Republican parly who inn in control of affairs iu Ponnsylvania I am sure that their conservative Olin ion of the difficulties rampant will ultimately result in an amicable settlement of this great question Of course politics do not outer unto the mining problem yet I sincerely hope that the Republican principles which are framed alike for high and low will level the problem to an equity The Republican party has been given a good long time to bring about the settlement but as yet little leveling has been done THE Legislature of Mississippi will probably be asked to consider a bill to prohibit the game of base ball between the first of September and the close of lIch year The reason given for this is rather peculiar It is said that when the season for picking cotton arrives the negroes become profoundly inter pRUd in base hall In one little town the other day nine games of base ball vire in progress at one time thereby taking 102 men from tho cotton fields without counting the spectators As the negroes keep their ball teams organized the year round in some of the cotton regions it is held they can get enough of the game in eigit months of tho year But if base ball be pro hibited probably those who are not anxious to work will find some other way of nmuting themselves during the picking seasonCourier Journal CI F1BrorCo11 LEXINGTON KY OHNO We are notselling out our Wall Paper Stock OH YES We are increasing it daily adding hundreds of new patterns and colorings A Bit of History Every year early In August all of the prominent Wall Paper Factories of the country send their samples to the Gisey House Now York every line ie displayed at the same time and then tIe buyers of big quantities go and in spect every style of paper marie cull ing tine choice things from every facto jjottiug now ideas of decorations nn l buying al prices impossible to secure in any other way Our Mr Brewer spent several weeks in looking over and buying our fall stock and nearly every train bears us a beautiful diorative possibility If you want Ujll Paper dont you want to choose froir such an assortment A- ndRemember N matter what others promise in the Wil v of price we will do better Come here and go elsewhere compare Styles Quunities and prices and will guaran tee ours to be the newest best and cheapest CFiBraweriCo MAIN A1TD BROADWAY 1J XIti9T21i ivTtu r t PHESIDEST ROOSEVELT whizzed through Kentucky Saturday night on lila South ern tour Ho didnt pass in twenty miles of Richmond but we saw about as much of him as anybody else along the route CHARLES F MoonE an expert bank forger is dying at the Michigan city prison Notwithstanding his condition all efforts to secure a pardon for him have failed because of the opposi ion of the American Bankers Associa hou which regards him as too danger ous a man to be set free GUN BOYNTOS the man under whose guidance the President yesterday charged up Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge is tile same General Uoynton wno led the charge against the Washington school history stale went that this same Terrible Teddy led the charge up San Juan Hill Ver ily truth is mighty and mighty apt to preailiI it have a stout and strenuous chnmpionTimesh PERSONAL Mrs John Turley was in Lexington last week Mrs Mat Cohen was in Lexington one day last week Mrs Laura Thompson has returned from a visit to Irvine Mr and Mrs John R Gibson have returned from California Miss Mayme Ashcraft of Irvine is visiting Mrs G T Bradley Mrs David Bergman of Irvine is visiting Mrs Neale Bennett on High streetMr W L Crutcher was a guest In Kicholasville last week Dr Landman the oculist will be at Hotel Glyndon today Miss Edna Ballou is visiting Miss Luc Francis at Lancaster Capt J Henry Gibson of Pinoville visited friends in the city last week MUs Emma Sntton of Union City visited relatives here several days this and Mrs Jonah Wagers of Es till county are visiting at Mr James CosbysMr M Browning General Man tiger of the L A was in town yesterday Mr L B Herrin ton of Atlanta spent several days last week with friends hero Mr C E Woods and daughter Mamie Miller are visiting relatives in LebanonMrs Shaw of Winchester is visiting her brother Parker Gregory at Fort Estill Mrs Cassius M Clay Jr of Paris is visiting her parents Major and Mrs John D Harris Mr A C Crenshaw of Richmond Va is the guest of Miss Laura Clay it White Hall MIHS Kmily Simmons of Owensboro is the guest of Misses Margaret and Mary Miller Mr and Mrs Henry Hargis went to London Saturday and enjoyed a few days at Conference Mr and Mrs J N Turner of Camp beHsville are the guests of Col and Mre W R Letcher Mr and Mrs J W Nelson have returned home from a visit to Mrs Irvine Prather in Lexington Miss Margaret Miller spent several days last week in Lancaster the guest of Mrs D M Lackey Mrs James D Winn of Winchester was the guest of her mother Mrs Elizabeth Miller last week Mr and Mrs Seth Tudor returned to Station Camp Thursday after a weeks visit to relatives in this city nephewvitot have returned to Richmond to live Mre E L Powell of Louisville came up Saturday to attend the burial of Dr and Mrs C E Smoots baby Jiss Grace Grinstead has returned to her home in Flemingsburg after a visit to Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead Mrs Louise Elgin has returned to her home in Georgetown after a weeks visit to her daughter Mrs H G Tur nero11iss Florence Myers who Inns been the guest of Mrs Thomas Phelps re turned to her home in Stanford Mon day Miss Carrie Forman of Cincinnati JewebnrgWlers Mr B D Gordon spent Saturday in Lexington returning by Nicholasville wherb he spent Sunday with his parents Mr George W Pickles Jr has gone to Lexington where he will enter the j engineering department of State Col lage Mr and Mrs B L Middelton have returned from Shelbyville where they were guests of Mr and Mrs D W SharpMr Shelby Tribble of Lancaster spent several days of last week with his mother Mrs Sue Tribble on Second streetMiss Kit Chenault has returned to Lexington after spending a month with her grandmother Mrs II B Dillingham Mr R L Gentry who travels for the F H Lawson Hardware Company of Cincinnati spent Sunday with his family here Dr T Park Gardner of Irvine passed through Richmond yesterday onaoute home from London where ho attended ConferenceMrs H Dodge has as her guests this week Mrs A M Scott Miss Francis Scotland Mr Willie Scott of Jack sonville Florida Miss Minnie Dykes wilt leave tomorrow for Cincinnati where she will resume her study in Professor Erghotts college of Music Mrs If 11 Rogers has returned to her home at Norman Oklahoma aftor spending tine sutner with her mother Mrs C C Smith Prof C Rucker Adams and wife who arc touring the State in the interest of physical culture have been spending a few days with relatives here Misses Bettie Jones and Sallio Francis two charming young ladies of Kich mond are visiting their aunt Mrs J H Tribble Shelby Sentinel Mrs William Boaiu and Mrs Sallio Todd of Estill County spent last Fri day with relatives at Richmond enroute to Ohio where they will visit their sons Our genial friend Thomas II Pickels who has been spending tine t rammer at Hendersonville N C was given a warm welcome homo Saturday morning M rL Fannie tjarnett who h s been WCtFri DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder Also Rheumatism Back- clieKeartDiaeaae1raTeLa Dropiy Female Trouble CURE Dont become discouraged There is a tore for you If necessary lr Keener ne baa spent a time curIng just sucb cases as yours All consultations Free Your Kidney and Backache Cure has cured two very bad cases among our customers tile past year whom the doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland la DrugKUts5Qtl Ask for Cook Book Pree Cure CIrcular DrST s VITUSDANCESure FredoniaNY turned Saturday to her home in Cyn thiaua Dr and Mrs Rutherford Douglas and little daughter Drusilla of Macon Georga arrived in Lexington last Friday to visit Dr and Mrs W S Mont omeryDemocrat Harry Scrivener is quite ill at his home on Hickman street His father came over from Richmond Tuesday and remained with him until ytsterday veniugVinchester Sun Mr and Mrs Bland Ballard and beautiful children of Danville spent Sunday hereMrs J D Feeney and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Lexington are with Mrs Joe S Rice Interior JournalMr Murray Smith and sister Miss Sue of Speedwell left Thursday the former to attend Washington and Leo University while Miss Smith will ma triculate at the Mary Baldwin Institute at Staunton Va Mr C B Henry the popular con ductor on the Millers Crook division of the L A together with his family will leave in a few days for Nashville Tennessee where they will visit Mr Henrys relatives Miss Nellie Revell of Newport Ky who has been spending the summer months with Mrs Sam Farris will return home Sunday accompanied by Mrs Farris who Is going to attend the Fall Festival in Cincinnati Mrs W L Neale is in Madison coun ty for a short visit to relativesMrs C D Chenault went to Newport yes terday to be with her brother Mr Joseph Humphreys and see the latin ly off on the sad trip to Nashville Tenn with the body of Mrs Humph reys Lexington Leader Sept 6 ExRepresentative W T Greene and son H C Greene of Blnflton Ga are visiting the formers brotherin law Mr John S Todd in the county Mr Greene who is a prosperous mer chant and farmer married Miss Nan nieJ Todd of this county fourteen years ago and frequently visits his wifes relatives here Mr and Mrs W D Watts of ChilIes burg have announced the engagement of their daughter MISS Lillian Chen anlt Walts to Mr William C Smith ol Lexington The marriage will take place some time in October Mies Watts is a very attractive young lady the eldest of three charming sisters who have often visited here and who are exceedingly popular Mr Smith IB a prosperous young business man of Lexington and is Vice President of the National Exchange Bank of that cityMiss Harriet Parrish entertiined most delightfully on last Friday even ing in honor of guest Miss Josephine Dunn of Danville Dancing games etc afforded much pleasure to the guests as well as elegant refreshments which were served Those present be sides the guest of honor were Misses Katherine Scott Alma Lackey Bettie French Nannie Hunt Powell and 1Ia1 cey Parrish i Messrs Jerry Powell Jr Earl McGarvey Vernon Schlegel William Evans and Douglas Parrish Miss Parrish was assisted in entertain ing by Miss Nellie Potts On last Thursday afternoon the large front lawn of Mrs John F Wagers presened a most delightful scene when about seventyfive little friends responded to invitations sent out by Misses Anne Bennett Cohen and Francis Wagers Fom four to seven oclock the young folks made the air ring with their merrymaking All kinds of games were engaged in and the delightful weather added all the more to their pleasure Refreshments were served in the yard and to say they were enjoyed would be useless All regretted when the time arrived to leave The little hostesses were most charming and perfect in every way and their afternoon party ranks among the most pleasant and uptodate of the summer RELIGIOUS The Transylvania Presbytery S will meet at the Presbyterian church at Whites Station next Tuesday evening September 16 Tine Transylvania Presbytery will convene at the Second Presbyterian church this city next Tuesday even lug September 1G at half past sever oclock Rev C H Hardin Branch of Col linville III has been unanimously elected to the pastorate of Maxwell street Presbyterian church at Iexing tonto succeed Rev I SMcElroy who several weeks ago resigned his pastor ate to accept the position as Secretary of the Ministers Aid Association with headquarters in Richmond Va The pmmittee appointed by the Bracken Baptist Association to confer with the people of Rowan county relative to the construction of school build jugs at Morehead ana the starting of a school to bo known as the Bracken Academy met at Mt Sterlinglast week and appointed trustees a financial agent and a building committee The school will open January 1 1003 The territory occupied by the Association back of this institution embraces Row an Bath Montgomery Mason Fleming Robertson Lewis Bracken Nich olas and Bourbon counties STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO 1 LUCAS COUNTYIFrank J JCineneyof Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE UNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATABBII CURE CHENEYSworn DecembetA W GLEASON 4 SEAL Xbtery Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nallyand acts directly on tbe blood systemSendFJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c halls are the hftt1m AloLlpa t 8tc Is w iihtwq tt8 tt il i Wool Cardthr olThecard wool Into rolls or batting any time during the summer at 10 cents per pound aug208t You can go to Louisville Sunday via the L A for 150 round trip We have just received a car loadS of seed rye which we are offering lowest price E DEATIIEBAOE Co House For Sale loiTer for sale privately the dwell ing hous0 and lot of the late Dr A W Smith deceased known as Westover Terrace sltnated on west Main street in Richmond Ky This is one of the largest most conveniently arranged handsomest and delightfully located residence places in Kentucky being comparatively new and in most excellent repair having all modern improV ments and all necessary outbuildings There are four acres of land Terms IliberaJ BDKTITA M SMITH aug274t Executrix Stops the Cough and Works off tho a eLaxattvocure a cqld in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents See our handsome line of samples and piece goods before you buy your fall suit or overcoat Prices right STOUEFER MAULER Tailors September at Estill Springs Many of our friends think that September is our finest season in the mountains and all whohave been our quests in that month are enthusiastic in their praise This year we mayo de cided to have a regular September sea son and to do all that untiring work can effect to make this month special feature at Estill Fine music delicious fare and careful attentive service will be given Some charming people have already engaged rooms for September and 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 lend your ail to our plan of making September a redletter occasion we will make you a rate of 8 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 early as possibie tf W R THOMAS Manager The best physic Chambc rlains Stomachand Liver Tablets Easy to byStocktonATTENTION G A R Stealing Railroad Engines A Most Picturesque and Sensational Episode of the GrU War In June 1861 Stonewall Jackson under orders from General Johnson proceeded to Martlnsburg the Balti more Ohio railroad anq burned a unlimber of cars and engines Then it occurred to one of his officers that the burning was a wanton waste as the Confederate roads were in need of railroad equipment Consequently the fires were put out the locomotives dis mantled and hauled by horses and men down the pike eighteen miles to Winchester where they wero again mounted on the railway tracks and hurried to Strasbnrg Elated with the astounding success of their first enter prise the Confederates continued to help themselves to other locomotives I steel rails etcB O property every time they captured the road Nineteen locomotives were thus put loined in less than t year They were mostly of the camelback type the last of which was but lecently present ed to the Purdue University at Lafay ette Ind by the Baltimore Ohio R R The brilliancy of this great feat in engineering was accredited to Col Thomas R Sharp who was made mas ter of transportation of the B Oat the close of the war When arranging your trip to Wash ington for the SCth Annual Encamp ment keep the B 0 in mind and go over the same route you traveled in 01 Very low rates will be made from all points on the B OSWask your nearest Ticket Agent for particulars Or address 0 P McCarty General Pasenger Agent- Ciincinnatitf Ohio Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoez Some years ago I was one of a party bicycletripbany Bradford county PuI I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the whet editor Ward of the Laceyville Messen oChamberlaiusarrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle startinatrip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost ofdysenterysame remedy Bud this time one dose cured me Sold by Stockton Ha gaii lm LAND STOCK AND CROP Distribution of flower and vegetable seeds by the Government was started September three months earlier than usual Judge JnoWHnghes sold to Walhen Bros of Lebanon 22 head of twoyear old sugar mules for 155 each Also three cotton mules for 180 each and four for 115 each Harrodsburg Herald The cattle butchers employed at the Chicago stock yards are threatening a strike They have demanded a 10 per cent increase in wages The butchers at Kansas City St Ixniis South Omaha St Paul Sioux City and St Joseph have made a similar demand beta Bros told the bunch of 30 mules bought fur them last year by Robert Nave toT F Dunlop of Jes amine for 100 aroundCapt English reports the sale of stock of the late W W Goddard Wednesday near Hnrrodsbnrg a success 20 head of horses brought from 75 to tW Shert horn cattle75 to 175 and sheep 350 to 650 Other property sold brought good prices Advocate A Communication 3fr Editor Allow me to speak a few CoughRemenivwith the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to homo any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely re DaJDelllIoton Hagan lm To Coatral Barley Tobacco Output The Executive xCotainittee of the Farmers and Tobacco Growers Association held a meeting Tuesday at La Grange Ky J M Gaunt of Carroll eoHBtv was elected Secretary The object of the Association is to control the burley tobaeco output of the State Money has been secured to getthelog bettor prices nntffi ij Have S L MldkifT to repair your d vehicles and maki them good as new tf SoL Mrdkiif maka specialty of putting on rubber tins Give him a tiial order tf Sunday trains on the L A till ntinue to runt during the month of- eptember and possibly longerS S L Midkill can supply you with any kind of a vehicle yu desire and the prices are always right Give him a call tf My stock of Jowolry cut glass etc was never more complete than now and my prIed wilt please every bodyaprSO tf L E LANE If yonr watches clocks orIn fact anything in this line nicils repairing take them to L E Land His work is the best apr30 tf Meat dishes 10 colts each one half gallon buckets cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STOKE Next door to Government Bldg apr30 lyr Have just received one ot the fin st lines of diamonds watches clocks amps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak ing a purchase in this line apr tf L E LANE Cows For SaTe Two valuable Jersey cows for sale Apply to Baa A W SMITH aug20tf Phaeton For Sale A firstclass phaeton in good condition for sale For particulars call at Hotel Olyndon aug20tf For Rent Four rooms to rent chirap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf Dr Hobson dentfct next dom to Government building tf RkbmondKyF- orSale I otTer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 00 x220 ft with new stable and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in good repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow The L7 A Sunday trains are be coming very popular try them Low round trip rates to all stations tf Real Estate Aged 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 Company C H CIIEKAULL and I P EVAXS apr10tf Real Estate TO OUHE A COLD IH ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents RUTHTON Delayed Rev Apsy Reynolds will begin a ten days meeting at Slick Rock school house next Sunday Rev Pipe of Broadhead will begin a weeks meeting at the Million court house this month Corn crops are better here than they have been for several years Hogs are high and scarce Bro Baker of Covington has closed a very successful meeting at Salem church having 57 additions Win Vincil aged SO and Susan White aged 66 two well known old people of Huthton wore quietly married last weekat the residence lof the bride Squire D T Bogie officiating Who Whatl When Manager Wiggins has secured for the patrons of his popular play house ono night only Friday Sept 12 Americas Representative Minstrel Organization The Who What When Minstrels This company has been received with the utmost enthusiasm by large houses in every city it has appeared in and the press eneoniums of the different cities visited have been of the highest order The company has been selected with the greatest care nnd every person connectedwith the company is a fin- Ished artist The vocal contingent of the show is one of many ireritorions features while in the oho can be found such famed stars as Voaver and Donna Frosto and Wardo Gco Lambert lingua Bros Goldsmith and Hoppe Sherwood and For George Weaver Hi Tom Ward Nat Blossom an array of artists never before seen in anyone organization and the amuse mentloving people oi Richmcnd surely have a rare treat in store for them Seats on sale at Perry Thomas Curtain rises promptly at 8 oclock Josh Westhafer of Loogoctee Ind is a poor man hut he fays he would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle for crippleNoI liniment for stufF hind swollen joint contracted muscles stiff neck sprains pllnsItbyStocktou lURKS VILLE Mrs Secrest and her two daughters havo returned from a two months visit to relatives at Waddy Mrs Florence Smith of Irvine Miss Lottie Paris of Whites Station and Dr G C Farisof Lancaster rere the guests of relatives here last week Mfcs Hattie Jennings of Danville and Miss Bessie Ballard of Paint Lick were guests of honor at a houso party entertained by Miss Ella May Burton last week The Kirksville Normal cchool opened last week but owing to the death of little Idell Shepard it was closed for several days The prospects foe a good year are bright Miss Lina Ross one of KirlBvilles most popular young ladies will leave for Georgetown today to enter college She will be accompanied by tier aunt Miss Nettle Pond The Christian church which has been Undergoing repairs is about completed Messrs Band JVaUer Jones formerly of Kirksfille lOt wino now reside at Bowling Green K rarGi the contractorsInet at lhlhductorynn of Louisville represented tbo BaptIt Argus All the churches were wel rep resented and the largest crowd tiit has attended an Association in yea was present The Association meet with Tates v1ui tIn i snty exhearfi City Ordinances Be It ordained by tho City Council of Richmond Kentucky that Eugene Walker Mrs Elizabeth S Irvine James 13 McCreary Owen McKee Win Arnold C F Burnam Mrs Ditto Col JJ W Caperton Mary Xane Walker and N Moberley owners of property on the East side of First street between Main and Irvine street in Richmond Kentucky be and are hereby required at their own expense and under the direction of the Street Committee to repair curbing anti brick pavement in front of their said property DAVID R TBVIS Mayor Att A C WELLS City Clerk Sept 4 1902 Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky that S N Mob erley E C Million trustee of Mrs Samuels Jennie Phelps and L It Blanton owners of property located on the South ilde of Irvine street between First and B street in Richmond Kentucky be and are hereby required at their own expense and under the direction of the Street Com mittee of Richmond Kentucky to re pair curbing and brick pavement in front of their said property DAVID It TEVIS Mayor Att A C WELLS City Clerk Sept 4 1902 Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky that John Taylor LO Schmidt Don Wiggins and J S Collins owners of property on the North side of Irvine street between First and B street in Richmond Kiln tucky be and are hereby required at their own expense and under the direction of the Street Committee of Richmond Kentucky to repair curbing and brick yavemeut in front of their said property David R TEVIS Mayor Att A C WELLS City Clerk Sept 4 190- 2NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the es tate of T J Hcott deceased are respectfully requested to verify them as is by law and present them either to me or to my brother John II Welch at Nicholasvllle Ky on or before October 1902 And all persons indebt ed to said estate are requested to call upon one of us and settle IDA W SCOTT 27 4 Executrix T J Scott deceased NOTICE All persons having claims against Geo M Willging deceased must file same properly verified with the Execu tor on or before October 1 1902 or same will be barred Persons indebt ed to the estate are requested to settle at once PHIL L WLLLGING 20au 4t Executor Dissolution Notice The firm of Dozier Shearer by mutual consent dissolved partnership on July 10 Mr Shearer remaining in the livery business and Mr Dezier tak ing possession of the grocery All par ties indebted to tIne firm will save cost bv calling and settling their accounts at 4t POZIEK SHEARER 3660Louisville to California Points via Illinois Central Personally conducted ex cursions leave Louisvilleat 12 Tuesdaylflcars Double Berth Rate Only 6 50t tTickets on sale daily during September and October Corresponding reducfi n s from all points Liberal stopover privileges at important Onlythroughsection to California- For furtheridformation address RH Fowler T P A Public Sale As Administrator of tho late Joel W Gibbs I will offer for sale at his fate residence about one mile north of Kingston at 10 oclock a m on Thursday Sept 18 the following property Four work mules 2 2yearold mules 4 cows and calves I shorthorn bull 2 2yearold cattle 8 yearling steers 11 stacks of hay 100 bushels of grass seed i a lot of threshed rye 1 buggy culti vator Randall harrow 1 self binder mower plows and many other farming implements TERMS All under 20 cash all over 20 tobe paid by good noto due January 1S03 W L Crutcher Admr T D Chenault Auct 2t Public Sale I will sell publicly my farm onSilverof Whites Station Ky on Wednesday Oct 15 This place has a nice six buildingsgood bestfarms sametimeofhouseholdture all firstclass and comI paratively new Mrs Nannie Crooke W te ati9Dt KyJ It BEGINNING July 1st I WILL SELL FOR f Ten Days J J At the Hours From 8 to 3 oclock attw f J It 5Ji4 Absolutely Cost The Following Goods lawns Dimities Organdies Ginghams Percales Madras Piques Swisses allover Laces in white cream and black Babies Lace and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests and UnionS 1its 1 Hopsacking for Skirts Den ims Oxfords 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 of t OWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCItOTHINGo l1ZO 0 p is a to at t 3 to 8 ft ft d Q We are Badly Overstocked Clothing Regardless of mmm Manufacturers Cost Here chance get good Clothing Cheapj iwI Mens Suits at sjt Mens Best at II Mens Suits at This about the cost of the 500 Mens Linen Suts coat and vest IMPORTANT MOTHERS PricesGood READ THIS Suits Boys Sui i allwool three piece suits years can We I1- JiI f 0 are arriving daIly at our vast and In thus line we can nloase the most and get prices you Bre snri tobny stock of has select the latest goods nuid when buyknow you hmavo tine you goods at Is that S 2O m rtic iw OO1S aksk kt- Bsk 5 Oaxs Allwool Allwool Flannels Allwool Cassimere r 1 is trimmings pants 1 TO 1 up ttWe togcthcrareof LOtUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY Zttttft II 149 New hoods Emporium ofSpringGoodstEmbroideries Uneqnaledis CoronationJourreadymade Skirt Department fastidious selectfromA complete New Matting onsaleJatestuptodate Lowest Prices whafypulvant Ifsotrad- uwim0Lee i Smitha Suits 49c 700 tol IfI Slts c sP F CU r3 5 tnow enen zo en 0 n en I i1r 11 and Opening O- LPall SW 1fiImgs est line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever makeclerSuit Trousers or Overcoat us a call before you buy out of the city We antec a fit and satisfaction and prices below ngnwork Stouffer Mahler TAILORS- P s We hae added a eleaninlfand pressing depart trl can serve you on 1S2 Richmond Climax jfEspY SEP 10 1902 Your city taxes are now Please call andsettle L P Evans if City Collector ovc iSinting is the order of the rent apply Mrs SallieIcvsc f r arSep10tf I nml trip to Louisville Sun v 1 A er the excursion to Estill V r lclth n u seen ElmnrDeatherages It wagon It is a beauty J ladies of the Missionary vivli wiil give a Court Day r November j trust is reported to have sections of theL vial county it 1 day night t Mahler are turning out ES ercoats and trousers to u m all the others lev ylive cents round trip to 1 ty September 12 Special Uiibmond at940 a in v meeting of the National s Association will be held i y Va November 17 iTlei lately has been so de that light wraps have r It adjuncts to ones toilet t us for your timothy seed st received a car load- EDATHERXCJ Co ljusville Elks Fair cleared which goes towards build a U me Elks home in that sof the Pattie A Clay will givo a dinner in thee tore room county court er sop104t Mil to go on excursion to L visiber 12 You are sure to tune andoujht not to miss r bills inilsoine residence of the Kami at Mt Sterling was ly fire Saturday morning- irid for 7 000 mynur old suit and trousers ViTa cleaned and pressed by TOSS 1iTEn MAULER Tailors s ot Waco Baptist ciurch f Hirt day dinner October t ii ii benefit oftheir church cstioycd by fire n few tf vl elsewhere in todays IUblicsaluof the farm ohMs eke ntar Whites Station f the best and mostcon catnd farms in Madison u iy round trip rates on L A t o Versailles Nicholas villc Irvine Millers Creek ic iall other stations tf rtitement elsewhere in to of Dr R Goldstein the s optician who will begin s visit Richmond every t I liojdstoin has an enviable t i iull1t1 protection and those s services thonld call on him nnsis 4d Farmer Hopkins if iely bo at tho New Opera Irday night September 10 a r ction is one of the highest liilJ its own elaborate outfit erv meiliaiiicil effects music- a e other details necessary to a If rcilormance A crowded e assured ns Brothers will open the s hr m w Opera House to the i Iii lay night Sept 12 and have ft Lr their opening attraction the J Vat When Minstrels the great 111115t miliblrel company travnl n j ring thirtythree people and rj bind and orchestra The impaiiy is thin only minstrel Pi v that ever played at the Grand ra Hjuee New York City Hakinj More Brick r Sam Rice is preparing to burn hrr kiln of brick at his yards one street This makes the second tJis season he has bnrneil Bays Mote Tinbtr fw days ago Cnpt J lIi Thomas closed a deal by which he gets ares of timber land in Jackson ly raking his total holding inc mty 14000 acre4- Councilman Etdtd lie ity Council Thursday night led Mr D Bates Shjickelford Coun fian for the University precinct to ihe vacancy caused by the retigna of Mr C O Douglas who left the last week Has on a New hess r W L Leeds and his workme e completed the painting of the rt House The old building is nuit handsome both on the interior exterior and Mad llon county has gut to bo proud of this grand old chore x Versallle Won lie Totorm Rank K of P of this did not enter the drill Thursday the loving cup offeied by the Niehl yule fair The Yersalllea Lodge i the prize after a hot contest ihmond was well represented dnr Uqtii aivya o the tolr Dog Lost WaslostH McLBLLAX aug27tf Lancaster Ave Moved to Red Hoose Mr n P McCord has moved his family back to his farm near Red House after residing a year in town Are Now Ells Col James W Caperton and Mr William E Delaney of Williamsburg are the youngest of Richmond Elks having been initiated last Friday night One Fare to Lexington One fare to Lexington via L A September OUt to 13ih inclusive final limit 16th C M Browning General manager Mt Pleasant The Mt Pleasant Mission Band will give an entertainment Saturday after noon September 13 at four oclock All are cordially invited Box Supper Miss Dorcas Franc will give a box supper Friday night September 10 at Concord school house proceeds to go to school library fund Everybody invited Limited The Bcattyville News says Road master liarnett was here this week to observe progress on the trestles on this end of the line He did a limited amount of observation Industrial Schcol Prof W H Parker writes that the Blue Grass Industrial Institute at Keene will open on Tuesday October 7 Prof Parker is now traveling in the South in the interest of the school but will return about September 15 Wronf Cow Took Premium A Lewis county farmer decided to exhibit his fine cow at tho Maysville Fair and as sle didnt drive well he took an inferior cow belonging to his wife along for company Imncine hit chagrin when the blue ribbon was tied on his wifes cow Cause to Be Proud Rev R G B Mann pastor of the M E church at Nicholasville has great cause to be proud of his charge as it is the only church in the Danville district which could send into confer dice a full report of all claims and assessments paid there being not a dollar of indebtedness against it County Assessor County Assessor George Noland is ready to begin his work and will start out next Monday Ifctiir property in the county Tho following deputies have been appointed and sworn in to assist Assessor Noland in his work William Goocb W F Jarman J G Baxter Fayette Vaughn Samuel Campbell anti Thomas Berry The Birds Hare Come The blackbirds which have been such a nuisance here during the fall for several years past have returned and taken up their abode on the south side of town A great many property owners were compelled to cut their trees last year to get rid of the birds and now it looks the few shade trees that are left will have to be sacrificed QtT School Oozed The Caldwell High Schoot which opened last Monday was closed Wed tuesday morning on account of the prevalence of scarlet fever in the city While there were but few cases reported the Board thought it wiser to close at once than to lose probably more time later on It is thought that they will be able to open again in ten days Old tanner Hopkins The play ofOld Farmer Hopkins is as pure as a breath of mountain air Not a single objectionable feature can found throughout the performance Here Is a play to which you can take your mother sister or sweetheart with the assurance that they will thorough Iy enjoy every moment of the entertainment The date Is Friday night September Monument Committee Will Meet The Hon James K McCreary chair man of the Goebel Monument Commission huts issued a call for a meet ins yf the commission to be held at the Capital Hotel at noon on Septem her 9 When tho commission met several months ago it adjourned on re quest of Mr Arthur Goebel brother of the dead Governor wlthpnt taking action It is expected that at the meeting next week definite action toward building a monument will be taken After a Lower Rate The Paris City Council has called the attention of the Railroad Commis sioners to the matter of discrimination in freight rates by tho L N road against Paris merchants The rate on coal shipments is twenty cents more on the ton than to Lexington and forty five cents more than to Covington in spite of the fact that shipments for Lexington and Covinglon have to go through Paris and be handled in the local yards The Commissioners are asked to take up the matter and secure a readjustment Removals Mr LOuisTodd snd wife who have been occupying rooms in Mr Claude Smiths house on Second street since April have removed to Miss SaBle Owens residence on East Main street Mr Charlie McUee and family have moved from FIth street to one of Mr Wm Powells new cottages on North streetMr Harvey Douglas has moved his family from this Prather house to the one he purchased on Pith street lately pccuPN by Mr brcqt Car load of seed rye just III Get it in any quantity at the lowest figure E DEATHEBAQE Co Great Bargains Fountain and Famous 50 and 75 cent shirts at 29 cents International 150 daysatGreat Bargains Fountain and Famous 50 and 75 cent shirts at 29 cents International S150 shirts at 75 cents for the next ten days at the Louisville Store Fire On B Street Burgoyne Bricks shop located on B stree near the Powell addition was destroyed by fire Monday night All the tools and material in the building were destroyed causing a loss of several hundred dollars Lost Horse Stolen from James Mundays farm at Hunt Ky on night of Sept 1 19f 2 n dart brown marc 3 years old about 15 bands high small knot on left nndtr jaw eyesa little weak hind ankle skinned on inside Will pay 25 re ward lor her return to Jas Munday WilMAU WATTS seplO2t Hunt Clark Co Ky i Excursion to Estill Springs The Louisville Atlantic railroad willrnn a special excursion train to Estill Sprlnsrs Friday September 12 leaving Richmond at 940 a m at 75c for the round trip Arrangements have been made for the use of tho hotel grounds ball room and music and dane ing will be the order ol the day with out any charge whatever For any further information call or address R A WOOLUMS S A State Guard Strength Adjutant General Murray has com pleted his report to the Assistant Adjutant General at Washington showing the strength of tho State Guard The grand total is 1927 men dividedas follows Second Infantry 722 Third Infantry 80G Artillery 182 unassigned companies 194 hospital corps 21 three Gatlin guns four Hotchkiss rapidfire guns 45caliber Springfield and 30call ber Winchester rifles compose the arms Around the World for Fifty Crab A trip around the world will be given by the ladies of the Pattie A Clay In firmary Tuesday October 14 The entertainment is unique in its way and promises to be one ot the most attractive of the year Several homes indifferent parts of the city will be thrown open to the visitors and each home will be decorated to represent a different country Iceland Japan It aly France Germany England Tur key Persia India and the Islands of the Sea will be visited on the trip Round trip tickets will be sold at tim very low rate of fifty cents each children half fare Excursion will start Tuesday October 14 Will Remain In Richmond Rev II aTurner will continue his charge as pastor of the Methodist church in this city He returned yesterday from London bringingtlio news that Conference had sent him back for another year All denominations as well as every citizen in Richmond will rejoice to know that Mr Turner was not sent to a new field He has en deared himself to tho people of this community and all will regret the day that it becomes necessray for him to leave Richmond He has inadea faith ful servant here and has worked incessantly to build up his church and today as a result of his labors the church is in a better conditionlimn has has been for a years One of Our Oldest Subscribers Mr Ambrose Scrivonor of Estill coon ty was in the city last week the guest of Mr J Wm Wagers While here MrScrivner the CLIMAX a pleasant call and entertained ns quite a while tell ing many interesting stories of happen jug in Madison and Estlll counties be fore and during the war We always feel that we have a spechl claim on Mr Scrivener because he was one of the charter subscribers to the paper when it was established nearly thirty years ago When the first number of the CLIMAX or the Herald as it was then called appeared in 1873 Mr Scriveners name was on tho list From that dav to this ho has been a constant rellderhaving stuck to it through thick and thin He is a genial warmhearted man and is exceedingly popular with all classes of Estlll countys citizens A few years ago he consented to make the race for Sheriff Of course no one who knew him could vote against him and consequently he was elected by an overwhelming majority After serv hug his term of office with credit to himself and county he was content to retire to his farm where he now en joys entertaining his friends and the strangers who come his way Urcolt Court Ed Rodgers unlawful shooting 50 Dan Terrell assault and battery 70 Bob Abrooms concealed weapons acquitted Jerry Boshearp hog stealing one year in pen- Roscoe Sanders concealed weapons 25 and 10 days In jail Norris Harvey rape filed away with liberty to renew Wade Kindred unlawful sale of whiskey acquitted John Webb concealed weapons fined Green Jenkins malicious shooting 50 Durriit Rodgers concealed weapons acquittedTom charged with shoo ing Doug Young in Richmond last winter acquitted the jury believing from the evidence that Young shot himself accidently The case of George Ballard for killing Tom Johnson at Berea about two ears ago was called Wednesday mid the afternoon was spent In making up the Jury After hearing the testimony Thursday which corsumed most all day tho case was given to the jury and after being out some time they reported that a verdict could rot be made The court held them in charge of the Sheriff all night and Friday was also spent in tryirijr to reach an agreement but finding this impossible they reported to the court in the after noon and were released Three of the juryman were for acquitting and the other nine for conviction from two to twentyoneyears Ballard was represented by R D Bush Judge Rice and TJ Coyle n W Rodgers unlawful sale of liquor 100 J M Centers breach of peace ohe cent and cost Grand Jury returned about 12 Indictments Keep your money at home when YOU want a suit made to order Fit gaaran teed pFJFF5 MAULED Tailors 1 1f Reduced Rates rlaLk N One fare to Cincinnati and return Sept 14 and 15 good returning until 27th One and onethird fares to Cincinnati and return Sept 15 to 27 good returning 29th account Falls Festival One fare plus bOots to Louisville tend return Sept 20 to 27th good returning 29th account Louisville Fair Coal Coming Coal will begin coming down the L A before long now and a great in crease of business is looked for The work of laying the track on the Ken tucky Northern at Millers creek will probably b gin today and will bo completed in a few week Everything is now waiting on the railroad and the business of shipping coal will begin as soon ns tho track is laid The Prize Cake cityholdsof the Blue Grass For several years past she has captured the premiums at the Central Kentucky fairs on her black cake until now she is in a rlas by herself Last week she won tIme premium on both her black and white cakes at the Nicholasville fair when all the famous cooks of the Dine Grills were rej resented A representative ot samui1ieboththey could not be beaten in any contest Dr Clamant on Horse Mealia The Lexington Democrat sayp The annual reunion of the Seventh Ohio cavalry will be held at Manchester Adams county on Thursday October 16 The orator of the day will be Rev E 0 tiuerrant D D of Ken tacky During the war he was i cap tutu ofcavnlry in the Confederate fully serving with Gen John H Mor gnu Capt Gnerrant and Col Theodore F Allen of the St venth Ohio cavalry are oldtime friends Capt Gnerrant captured Allen during the war but Allen stole Guerrants horse on the first night afterward and got away on it Dr Guerrant may now have the opportunity of telling Allenacotnrades what a dreadful horse thief Allen was and then will be the edifying spectacle of one of Morgans men lecturing an oldtime en my on the sin of horse stealing Will Get Full Amount of Claim Capt C C Calhoun has filed an appeal with the Controller of the Treasu ry from the decision of the Auditor ol the War Department He believes that the appeal will successful and the Ken tucky soldiers who served in the Span ish war will receive about 150000 in stead of 59000 which was allowed a few weeks ago This represents the pay allowed to the State Guard Irom the time the call for troops mad until they were mustered into service It is re ported in Washington that a number of claims agents are doing a livly bnisness among the volunteers of the four regi ments by buying up their claim at a reduction with the expectation of realize ing full value upon them when allowed According to an official of the Con trollers office it doubtful if individual claims of the kind now under consideration can be collected by anyone other than time individual claimant What Next A dispatch last week stated that R Lee Davis had accepted the Princi palship of the Bnrnside public school now the Lexington Leader of Thursday publishes the following Mr R Lee Davis of Huntington W Va this morning assumed the duties of advertising manager of the Lexington Democrat He came from Huntington this morning and imme diately took charge of his new position Ills family will arrive in a few days as soon as arrangements can be made for their reception Mr Davis is a peda gogue by profession He is also well versed in newspaper work lie has been manager of the Baptist Banner for some time but resigned to come to this city Ho was formerly editor of the Richmond Climax and was corres pondent of the Lexington Leader from that city Mr Davis line also been a metropolitan newspaper correspondent He was on tho Democrat for a month in the first part of the year His friends gladly welcome him back to Lexing ton especially the members of the newspaper fraternity who are delight ed to again receive him into their ranks The Confederate Home The long fight for the location of time Confederate Soldiers Home was brought to a close last Thursday when the Board of Trustees selected Villa Ridge Inn at Pewee Valley While a dozen or more towns wanted the Home there were six that made formal appli cation for it Tho citizens of Pewee Valley object to the Homo being located there and the Governor may set aside the action of the Board Owensboro showed three sites ranging in value from 0000 to 18000 Frankfort offered the famous old Hendricks place containing 80 acres with a fine oldfashioned house all for 15000 The Harrodsburg people offered the old Cassell property a place noted in that part of the State for 10500 In addition the town was to contribute 3000Bardstown made offers of two pieces ot property The first place contains eight acres and the price of thin was 6 000 The second place while it contains but forty acres was also hold at 6 000 However Bardstown offered to contribute 4300 to get the home Hawesville offered one place which was not desirable Peewee Valley offered Villa Ridge Inn with thirtythree acres of laud three acres over the limit the value being fixed at 12500 When it came to voting the contest was between Harrodsburg and Villa Ridge Inn the former place securiig six votes and the latter nine Twentytwo nominations were made for commandant of the Home and Qapt S II Ford of Ow ensboro was elected Capt Ford is a native of Shelby county but has resid ed at Owensboro for several years He served duiing the entire period of tho Civil War in command of A com pany in tile famous cavalry brigade of Brig Gen Joseph O Shelby himself also a Kentuckian Capt Ford is a member of the Rice E Graves Camp of United Confederate Veterans at Owenaboro and has beer a successful business mali The new home will be ready for oc cupancy about the middle4 of October It ian accommodate men and ap plications will be recoieved immedi atelyThe Inly qualifications necessary for admission will be an honorable dis charge from the Coilfed orate army and present citizenship in Kentucky The State will allow 125 per man Private BHbscripUoBS will make up MiyJKtra t Oi1t1t 1e4e- 4Ii Piof White HL T1 J friends of Prof JH H White who was for many years President of Kentucky University will be pained to learn that be is seriously Ill at his home in Lexington Prof White ia the father of Dr W G White formerly of this city and is well known here lIe is now in his eightyfourth year and has been In bad health for several years It is the earnest wish of his friends hero and elsewhere that ho may be restore to health again lilt Kennedy A huirorous incident concerning Iris Kennedy one r f the two children feature with Caseys Troubles is told by the girls mother Tho little one had been sent to a drug store for some flypaper The mother followed and this was the conversation she heard Wlmt will you have little girl in quired the druggist Iris maths a hen permits mental struggle Mamma sent me she said to get a fleet of picky sty sh per That aint quite it but its souitlhin like that Got it New TelephOne fbi question of selling another tele pliant fraiidiistt which was brought up in tIme City Council about two months ago and defeated witt reconsidered at the lost meeting oir Thursday night The Council decided by a unanimous vote that a second franchise be granted and to this end bids will de received on the night of October 2 There are some citizens who are opposed to the move Attorney W S Moberley rep resented a party of local capitalists at the meeting of the Council and argued that the home people wanted to have a chancu to bid on the privilege Schools Closed The trustees of several county schools have ordered the schools closed dur lug the past week owing to tho spread of scarlet fever Tha fever is getting to be a serious thing in the country and every effort is being made by the au thorities to check it Parents should be careful to keep their children at home and not let them go where they might be exposed to the disease The carelessness of parents in this reguard is of ten responsible for the spread of the ilisea e It diea no good to dismiss the schools if the children ure allowed to go about where ever thry want to For Sale Ptirately I offer for sale privately two of the most desirable farms in Madison coucty They are located five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike Farm No1 is known as tlie Wm Terill farm containing 260 acres and is well im proved good buildings and fencing cistern on porch and neverfalling stock water good young orchard and and ono of the best barns In Madison No2 known as the M F Todd farm contains 21G acres is also well improved antI well watered Call on or address WILSON TATE ep02in Mobfirly Ky Shooting on Public Highway Last Thursday afternoon Deputy Sheriffs Colyer and Terrill arrested Silns Martin and Walter Thompson or sliooting on the public highway and also for killing a fine bird dog the property of JIjILIIII1H Manpin These men Mt Richmond early in time afternoon going out the Lancaster pike and when three or four miles from this city began firing their guns prowLs ciously along the road Not being satisfied by perforating the air with their bullets they made a target of Mr Matipins bird dog which resulted as stated above A number of citizens along the Lancaster pike came in Friday and Went belore the Grand Ju ry to indict time parties who so greatly endanger human life by such reckless shooting Getting Ready to Open Mr B Jouett Secretary of the Exe cutive Committee of the I Q O F Grand Opera House was in Cincinnati last week where he purchased the chairs and scenery for the house He ordered 750 chairs at a cost of 1000 The furniture will arrive about Octo ber 15 and the house will be opened on or about November It would open earlier but the management desired to engage the very best attraction that could be secured and that is the earli est open date They promise first class entertainments throughout the season and are sparing no expense to secuie them The Grand will be one of the largest as well as one of the best equipped houses in Central Kentucky It will have a seating capacity of 800 with wide aisles and plenty of room to spare so that if necessary it can hold a thousand or more people The stage Is 30x50 feet and the height of the rigging loft from the stage floor is forty five feet The building will be lighted bv elcctricitv Time city has needed such a house as this for a long time and it will doubt less prove a paying investment for the Lodge that has provided it The great wondur is that some one did not take advantage of this opportunity long ago Richmond used to have the rep utation of being the best show town in the State and now it may claim that honor again Web Price for Tobacco The Cincinnati Enquirer of Thurs day says A few weeks ago Clarence Lebus the wellknown tobacco shipper of Cyn thianu Ky sold a hogshead of fancy burley leaf cigarette wrappers in the Cincinnati market at tho recordbicak ing price of 4625 per hundred pounds a figure that had been equaled but once Eince tho time of high prices during the great Civil War The record was again smashed yes terday by Frank Congleton a prominent shipper of Carlisle Ky at the Farmers and Shippers Warehouse in the sale of a single hogshead which broutht 19 per hundred pounds The competition for the package was one of the fiercest struggles between bidders ever witnessed on tho Cincin nail breaks the American Tobacco Company the Universal Tobacco Company and Brokers John A Downard aid S W Coffmanu being the princi pal bidders the latter finally secured if Good judges pronounce it without exception the finest hogshead of fancy leaf ever stripped in this or any other market Thin almost to transparency strong in texture smooth as satin and faultless in color the sample excited the unbounded admiration of tbesliip pars buyers and manufacturers and alter It was knocked down to Mr Coff mann seller and buyer were alike con gratulated by time assemblage BIRTHS SAFonnTotbeife ot Mr L J Sanford of Kirksville a boy CmtiSTMAN Tothe Yiif olMr Otis Chriatman last Fridaya 18 pound boy EISENIIABT On last Friday to the wife of Rev W A Etsenhart a teb pound boy- OUJHAM A fie boy arrived at the fees of Dr find Kri IB Oidh- ajilUeK f- MATRIMONIAL R lenA RDIO WINKLER James II ar- Ian Richardson and Miss Ella Winkler daughter of Edward Winkler both of Fox Estlll county were married in this city last Thursday DEATHS SHOOT The friends of Dr and Mrs 0 E Smoot deeply sympathize with them In the loss of their infant daughter who died Saturday September 6 SIIECARD A sad accident which cast abloom over the whole commu nity occured at Kirksville last Wednesday when little Idell daughter of Mr G W Shepard sustained injuries from a fall from the effects of which she died a few days later She was jUt seven years of age and was a bright sweet little girl whom everyone loved The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the whole community in their distress- HuoumrsyThe burial services of Mrs Minnie Gaines Huguely were conducted from the chapel of tIme cemetery yesterday afternoon Rev J K P South of the Christian church officiating tier death occured at the Kings Daughters Hospital Thursday evening at 6 oclock Some five weeks since she left her home in Louisville to visit friends near Jolts this county and the day after her arrival she was attacked with a malignant malarial fever Sun was born in Franklin coun ty during the first year of the war and ofIters or devoted Christians graced the rugged path of a life early bereft of much of home surroundings or left a brighter example of womanhood or whose life was more of a buntdictioii to suffering humanity then did hers Frankfort Journal The deceased las a wide circle of friends and relatives in Madison county haying been the wid ow of Jacob Huguely of Red Houe and sister of Mrs Ee Baxter DOWN The many frieiias ot the family will learn with sorrow the news of the death of Mrs Theodore Dunn who alter several weeks illness with cirrhosis of the liver died Saturday night at her home near Whites Station ofIThomas Mason and a sister Mrs Thoa Curtis survives She was the mother of nine children who with their father must bear the bitter stroke of death The children are Misses Alinnie and Fettie Messrs Richard Mum Bob Roy Jiockaday Charlie and Cecil Deceased was a consistent member of the Christian church a kind aod oving mother and wife and the community shares with the family the loss lila noble Christian woman whose life huts been an example that others might profit to follow After funeral services conducted by Rev Hugh McLellan at the residence Monday her remains were laid to rest in the Richmond Cern etery For Sate I will offer my home on High street for sale Saturday September 13 if not sold privately before that date Six rooms with hath room and all conven iences Good btnhle and garden smug 27 3i J WADE WALKEK t Y M C A Notesw Of the one thousand delegate from thirtyone nations who attended the Young Mens Christian Association Worlds Congress at Christiana Nor way last week the United States sent thirtyeight official delegates The Valley View Association has elected the following officers J W Chaney President J T Howard VicePresident J L Sowers Secre Dr Sanford Bailey Treasurer This meeting have been well alien led from the beginning of the work Very low round trip rates to Louis ville Sunday via L A also to all local points I feel as if I should fly to pieces How often those words are on a worn ans lips They express to the utter most the nerve racked condition of the hody which makes life a daily martyrdom If this condition had come suddenly it would have been unbearable not this transition was gradual A little more strain each day on the nerves A little more drain each day of time vitality Any woman would be ilIad to of such a condition Every woman tries to be rid of iL Thousands of such women have been cured by Dr Pierces treatment with his Favorite Prescription when local doctors had entirely failed to cnre Favorite Prescription contains no opium cocaine or other narcotic OFFICE HOURS FINE TAILIORNG Suits7Overcoatsbest anda perfct fit quaranteed or no sale Let us have your measure early FALL SUITS READY The famous SteinBloch and Cherry Tree brandsthe finest ready to wear clothing in the world A splendid showing of fall and winter suits are here for your inspecti- onIIANAN AND WALK I = OYER SH S A wide range of new styles to choose from Our mens and boys shoe stock is the biggest and best in Richmondevery reliable kind from cheapest to finestand youtH like our prices and quality One low Price to Everybody Everytinie COVINGTON 0 BANKS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS SliDES AND SLIPPERS Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers for Children 50 65 75 and S5c Rothchilds Patent Upper Two Strap Sandals for Children 65 and 85c ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals 98c 125 8150 and SLUg 50newestRothchilds Men Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles branded 250 our price Infants Moccasins lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c CLOTHINGWe beequaledBoys Mattings 10 to 25c Window Shades 8 to 65c You are invited to inspect our Baby Caps Octo 250 MILLINERY Misses Hats 25c to 250 DEPARTMENT Ladies Hats 75c to 750 Respectfully to the Cash TradeE BEATDr on Wednesday and Thursday October 8 and 9 Continuous for the past 25 years Dr Goldstein the wellknown Physician and Optician of Louisville Ky hiss visited Richmond his reputation is established and his work hiss given entire satisfaction having patients- all all over the State or Kentucky and other States rake advantage of lila skill if you need his services la m to 4 pm Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SALE Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burnett Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was re cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are not damaged in the least and these bargains are without a parallel in this city EVERYTHING In the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and Clothing is included in this Slaughter Salet Jujv4 Come at once andsee for yourself the bargains that are being offered and get first pick from this immense stock of f j GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROSKY R5gp First St Opposite Cirt J Gate r t RichmoxdKy- i t t c TO WEAR ELDERS BARGAINS IN 175r VELDE1 Bogaerts Silverware The exquisitE designs and superior quality of Io aerts Silverware has given it tho distinction it sustains of being nnsnrpaferd The extensior of tho assortment in which it is shown at my store makes this The Place at which to do your Silverware bu- yingVictor BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KV Our Motto Reliable Goods Fair Dealing Bottom Prices II Must LbRegardless of Price As executor of the estate of my father George M Willgiig I will proceed at once to settle the business and from this da e untilevery thing is sold will offer bargains never before hea d of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will 1 e sold in 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 stock must go There is also a complete line of Paints Oilst Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Poles Window ShadesWindw Glass Sash etc and an entire outfit of M Painters and Paper Hangers Tools r fa irm be disposed of This is a genuine sale as the goods trust frlviege9get 4 FIUtiL WILLINfiiBX CtftJJ II It 1 0 I t TO THOSEt wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Weart phwil it is on sale at the places in Mndison 101l0TlUjtI Arlmckle t Simmons It cmnond Huarev Hamilton Waeo Jo OS Powell Red House J W Masters Valley View J V Wbitlock HiUlvrin NewbyThirtonJ WTeater J W Prewitt L A Wcarren Paint Lick- UallscctonC McWharler Rickner Early Berea JTCoj Por KicksyllieSale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments AJ 3V Webber Berkley Kyl38 26 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 46 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 CO Urandon Co Dexter Ky 333 2- 0J1t Young Son Glasgow Ky H 10 Vm Kuepilen Milton Ky 28 41 I N Mt Sterling Ky Ferdinand Schnble Louisville W 09 Robt W Owens Loulsvll e 11 II J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson countyKy 6 60 Austin Itockport Ky136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON IX C 7myt Ze- mIfiheavurage man s digestive appar atus is all right his conscience doesnt trouble him much Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron lunciion City Ky u Free Reclining Chair Cars rnaorou All ISP08TANT TEXAS P8INIS Double Daily Service OKLAHOMAI d116c1MY flYER 4 Memphis to little Rock 46 Menphii to Hot Springs 6 FreiRecliningEquipment Untorpimd Superb Sendee Utmphll Ticket Office Main 51 JT11FTenDSOsoaoLtl Hock Art I RaID Iethire no effect on harness treated with Eureka ness OU It reoJ w tt the dam- Pkpacbeleath er soft and pli nile Stitches do not break y No roDlhlUr face to chafe and cut The harness not only keeps looking like new but wearswiceas use of Eureka- UamessOiL Sold everywhere in ansall sizes- orad I Standard Company ++++ CALL AT+++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dibms cle rs Genuine Saratoga Waler Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KT coROUTE Popular Excursions TO Old Point Comfort 5 And Ocean View Va daysReturning will be sold July 15 and 29 August 19 and Sep tember 2 Solid vestibuled Trains dining cars SleeperStopoverFull information at C O ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky 13 Round Trip GKO W IJAKXEY D P A John Pt8 AU PA Profit Ssiarsn The Cincinnati Enquirertsotrs eaaIdt 9790Q0To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel Jectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem iS7 geueralStatc12000 will be presented to ore making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for anexact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate imade Uy a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There arc 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate ofoc for each estimate Da not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and providedSend to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Jit ji6 Cincinnati O 131c1r Homeseekers9 ExcursionsA- TI LOW RATES 10 T- iLEWEST Tickets on SaIe First nd Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and Californio Points For Further lnfornttor Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trov iss Agertt Gen Pss AjntL- 0UXSVHLt iCY For Sale Two splendid building lots In the best part of tim city One is 60x264 and the other 100x300 For terms ape ply at this office rach26tf MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING lOr Kings New TOE Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Than AU Other Throat And- Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c 8 51 Trial Bottle Free Sdaetfa Foci Situation fj TjpeWrfflgTel AtWILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY ror circular of his famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY AivnrdciJ 2IcUil at World Exposition een to thnnnnds nf rradiutn in poiitlnns out Full nualnru Course including Tnt ion Ponks tnu Hoard in family about jh5rthsndTjpaWritiafa2dTelfgraphySpecialtiei TETIe Kentucky Unl rndty under ml UteraryoursefreeUdealrQdtD I orrff to karf nr Ilten reaek wt ccly VII BUR RSHIITH LEXINGTON KY Louisie Atlantic Riilroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or 605VersalllesLawrenceburgtShel siand Ctnclnaatt 3 pm For Irvine Mam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMaon Cincinnati Rthr to From Irvine Siasnm Prom Millers Creek S3O aw C M BROWNING QenMBr Versailles Ky R A Woolnms S A Richmond K- ySeptember Days At Estill Springs 4 + + ++++ + +++ ++ sAre the Finest of the Year jftjft We are expecting a big month in September fHouse parties will be the order of the day f 0 00 ttjOa CISc U bC U c- e4s c ES t4S tC- ISug 1c Fine Music Delicious Fare Golf Ping Pong- Bovillng 8o eJ cvt1i6 cs For terms and other infor mation address W R ThomasIRVINE KY For Spring 1902d J White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt jugs i Colored Cottfon Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe deiChines Wash SilksRibbons 0 b n Agents for of1is Celebrated Shirts 1 f WniteM Gibson1 RICHMOND KY The Reason Why A scholar came into our of fice the other day spread a Herald out befojre us and placed his finger on the word bury spelled with two rs If this gentleman was famil iar with the inside workings of a newspaper aud could see the proofreader with ten or twelve columns waiting to be read and three or four prin ters hurrying him so that they may correct and arrange it into pages and the office devil yelling Well ha e to work all night to get her out on time he would not be so critical Every type in a newspaper is picked upand arranged one at a time and the wonder is that papers ap pear week after week without an error Every line in the Youths Companion one of the model papers of America is read by fourteen different proofreaders each a walking encyclopedia and still an occasional turned letter or error occurs Printers like others will make mistakes Only last week the editor of the Hancock Ky Clarion wrote that Mrs Porch who died near that place left 109 decendants and the printer set it up 109 children The proofreader overlooked itanc the editor went fishing until the irate relatives cooled off Harrodsburg Herald Lived Under all the Presi dents Mrs Mary Bell probably the oldestwoman in Kentucky and one of the oldest in the United States is dead at heir home near Dunnville county at the advanced age of 1OQ years Her death was flue to infirmities of age hi gp Until a year ago she was able to jaround the house She had a wonderful memo ry and could recall with great vividness of mind in cidents of the war of 1812and of the exciting times in the pioneer days of Kentucky Mrs Bell was born dur ing the administration of George Washington and lived therefore during the admin istration of every President of the United States from Washington to Roosevelt She also lived in three centu ries She was a relative of Sheriff T J Bellof Casey county Walnut Stumps Wanted The Review has several times collected to the value of walnut timber Buyers have been after it for years and some of them have remained unnoticed for years and which were regarded as worthless are now eagerly sought after and at prices thatseem almost fabulous AP Indiana concern has men traveling over the country buying every walnut stump that can be found At first the prices paid were small but as the eye of the stick timber folks began to open the price went higher and higher until now its out of sight and the funny part about it is that the uglier knottier and more unsightly the stump1 the more money Ii twill bring The stump Qf a walnut tree that was cut sev eralyears ago brougnt more than the whole tree Itisstat ed that the stumps are made into veneering material and used in the manufacture of high grade furniture Live and leilive is a pood motto but live and helpothers to live is a better ene ACCIDENTAL The jury returned a verdict of acci fromtheasleep But the death was really due to carelessnesswhich the accident possibleThere a manylives denly term nated as a result of Imedical tificate may read heart failure When a man takes chanceswitbhis neglectSthecarelessly inviting calamity DiscoverYcuresorgans of digestion andnutrition It miIationbiliousnessaBdrblood lowerpartthought it would kilt me In time writes Mr t 5LChicagolig weiglLbaniugon meand got sobad that itteforintnelsteIvbottles of his medicine and was cured I had a oC1ampsInwelibtDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure con pillJMvEHl f Gobbler Wa its to Set Mrs MaryNallyof Bards town is the possessor of u turkfty gobler that several weeks ago was seized with a strong desire to set He discovered a nest with one egg in it and ensconced himself therein and it was only after the most strenuous efforts on the part of Mrs Nally that the bird finally surrendered the nest and returned to the barnyardBardstown Standard raia signature Is on ererj box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets tho remedy that cures n cold In one day Has too Many Toes J J Brock of Popular Grove called to see us last Thursdayand reports the finding of a chicken at his home with twelve toes just eight more than the ordinary chicken Can any one fur nish us with a chicken with more toes than this one If so while you are bringing make it a dozen fat ones Owenton NewsHerald Water Cure for Chronic Constipation Take two cups of hot water halt an hour before each meal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours after erich meal Take lots of outdoor exercise regularhabitic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine When n purgative is required take somethiiiK mild and gentle like Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Fur sale by Stockton Hagan lin Homed Owl Canght Merchants Policeman Pres nell has quite a curiosity at his home on Court near Sev enth street in the shape of a horned owl Yesterday morning his wife discovered the bird sitting on their hack porch and Immediately set about to capture it which she did The owl has horns upon its head about two inches in length and is quite a curiosi ty to look upon as none have been seen in this vicinity for quite a whilePaducah Register Fortune Favors a Texan Ilavinp distressing pains in head bak and stomach and being without KinJsNewhead of Kennedale Tex and soon felt like a new man Infallible in stomach and liver troubles Only J5c at Perry tc Thomas drug store 1m A press dispatch from Mt Sterling Friday says the high est price ever reached in that county for fat cattle was that when Greene Co sold to Fiederich Co of Iowa sev enty head of exporters at 7c The cattle averaged 1525 pounds and brought a total of 10675 They also purchased fifty head of 1450 pound cattle atSG80 Cattlemen in this county will make a fortune this year Not Doomed For Life gooddoctorsnellsville 0 for piles and Fistula but when nil failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured mo in two weeks Cures burns bruises cuts corns sores erup pay25cIt is almost useless to cau tion the country to keep out of the market with halffat immature light native cattle at this or any other season of the year It is one of the unfortunate features of the trade that the countryman notes prices reports in the market papers and at once concludes that if anyxraes cattle will bring the prices reported his are sure to get there He sends them in not more than half fat and is sorely disappointed in the re turns Right now there is an unusual shortage of prime fat cattle the call for that kind is strong and prices are highwith prospect for them remaining so for an indefinite time There is so much difference between good fat beeves and those underfat grades and the general run of cattle prices so high that the buyers will let their orders go unfilled rather than take the green stuff at prices the country thinks it ought to be worth This is the condition found prevailing right here at the opening of the range season That these rangers are going to come in good beef condition hatf already been demonstrated The dressed beef trade ivillprefers these rangers to the green washy halffat natives as they do Almost every year and it is not at all unlikely that we will see a more un satisfactory marked for native cattle below choice in grade than at pre ht when the rangers get tp coming freely Chicago lAye Stock World sujf pjmf aw fJftSftp t KtvjSis ATTENTION G A R the Baltimore Ohio Rail road and the Civil War J86M865 It was the first and most desirable point of vantage coveted by both the Federal and Confederate armies In May 1861 the four Federal advance columns concentrated at Parkersburg W Va Wheeling W Va Harpers Ferry W Va and at Washington To retain the ad van tage the Federal Government established block houses along the railroad from the Monocacy to the Ohio river besides forts at Winchester Harpers Ferry Cumberland Piedmont and New Creek Keyser The B O was the base of operations for she Federal army for nearly four years and from which the government could not take advance line earlier than November 1864 The B 0 was the means of communica tion between the West and the Army of the Potomac and was consequently in a continual state of siege Hal pers Ferry the key to the Shenandoah Valley first famed through the fanatical attempt of John Brown in defying the laws and customs of his country was captured or recaptured eight times in three years The Government Arsenal and armories which were located there were destroyed by the gov eminent to prevent their cap ture One hundred and seven tynine battles of greater or less importance were fought on or adjacent to the Balti more and Ohio railroad not taking into consideration the innumerable skirmishes Trains of the B O SW will take you through the same territory enroute to the 36th Annual Encampment G A R at Washington Oc tober Gll and very low rates will be made from all points On the B 0 SW For particulars ask your local AentOr address O P McCarty General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Sendstamp for Battlefield Map Tetter SaUI then ai and Eczema InclentnDd3kinlave been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and i remedy or sore nipples ihappod hands chilblains frost bites md chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arejustondition Tonic blood purifier and ermifuge They are not food but 1Ihorseents per package Gas Reduction About one year agothis company materially reduced pas and water rates lit has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to alloy a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu afterDecprice of gas from 200 to 175 giventbat Vhismonth at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin ytheception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 tf LOST HORSE Lost in Richmond Court day a brown mare 8 or fl years old 15 hands high scar on both hips foretop cut out and in good shape Liberal reward for any information leading to the recovery of same ALBERT REED 2t Mt Sterling Ky Natures DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times readingAreaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles Theyare Natures Danger Signals Only when sight is gone is the terrible danger realized It costs so little to help the eyes if done in time I can helplaterhave to I Oculist ++iI the Int + most intelligent t withoutcharge needed can supply the T Jcorrect manner lenses desired mounted f T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armors old stand Soil If 2ventione tal chorus and voice Also to conduct the music for pro tracted meetings and any publiC gathering Can furnish male quartette for special occasions Flease ive ten days notce 30J1 6m Public Sale As Administrator of Elby Hill deceased I will offer at Public Sale on the premises on the Ridge road running from Jacks Creek pike to the mouth of Tates Creek at 10 o clock a m o- nVYcaday Zitir 17 the following property About 400 acres of land to be sold in different tracts and then as a whole the largest amount realized to be ac cepted 23 head of cattfe consisting of yearlinjcir twovearolds and cows receding hogs and two sows with p crop of corn to be sold in field and about 40 barrels old corn A full line of farming implements household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention Terms made known on day saleJ White Admr KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the Iailsthe food you want The most sensitive s tmanythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adlet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles OhlcagoTheFor sale by Perry Thomas Of Vital Interest I WE have erected large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one re cently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more to ourselves andcustomers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison and adjoining coun highestCASHWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a producethat we propose to lead in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Depot29janly RICHMOND KY Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rates to Col orado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Maniton as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good allsummer at other periods only one fare plus- 200rounltrip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to Jine 8th Augtst 2d to 8th Round trip good days variable routes from St Louis 4750 tram Chicago 5000 Missouri River 4500 alt lower than the one way rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Portland first class good in chair cars seals free standaid sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chief Coast route time Burlington to Denver through Senic Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOlakes scores of the coolest and countryfrequentApply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of your proposed trip vheather to Colorado Pacific Coast Yellow adviseleastorCalirorninWM SHAW P 406 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager St Louis Mo WAKELEY Genl Passr Agent StLouis Mo TH- ELexingtont Democrat y IS THE ONLY DAILY k Democratic Paper iAPUBLISHED t Blue +Grass Region A +It Is especially dev ted to mocratIesews wltvcrC Ssteeiftfea Pike 500 a Year itCeatsaWeek by A + cnjI W Po w EDtlOR AND MG- VJLexiogtqn t j Kentucky lJSJCb 0PER OFF ON STOVES It+ 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Stove of any description from us We bought early in carload lots therefore we can saveyou the advance hi prices and the freight f f f r WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Great Majestic Range Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and descrjofore y can give you a better article for less money than n one in this or any other town HARDWAREUR Fa ming Implement Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plouth only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made s Righttins 101 Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will pay you to investigated Tin Roofing Guttering and Repairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon 120 PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 e et o e It is time you were thinking ali 1 your 59 31fand therefore it is time to think us You cannot be too particuhi about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied sbu to select from You want wi variety of prices You want telligent courteous service ai rightpriWethese wants in the fullest measu and earnestly ask an inspection our stock beforeplacingjouronl weS Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Jaly3Ily KENTUCKY 1 T ScVl c4uori4AN INQIAN TELL Jj a1reacI4 b the Co ton eli ich line runs wo trainsday fro M mph toTexas- wilhopt II change closebetnnectio- forahfpartsofTexas Nhese t si s ci ci reach htahon siit Att q odhomeIraisedandwberepe leprosper handsomeIwest and anyL F Iiif2 IF IN NEED OF 7NOTE IIEAIW LETTERJfE11STA BILL HEADS qT LOGS- POSTERS Or ANYTJfINf hINLINE 11 on the t L CLIMAX PltNIlNiC8 Kkb4dKy 7 r