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THEcR r ICHM 0 CLI AX r cOM29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY K1flt1JCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 13 1903 NUMBER 51 I wE D01T SAY MUH PRIES TALK Come see arid be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hastling cash Store Than Elsewhere In addition to our Already Complete Stock of Spring Dress Goods White Goods Gingham EC We are adding daily New Things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons Etc and especially invite the Ladies to calland see them See Our Beautiful Line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs the largest assortment and best values to be had in the city See Our Liue of Trunks Telascopes and Valices See Our Line o- fMens Women and Childrens SHOES the best you can buy for the money See Our men and boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in the latest shapes and at prices to please all If you want Clothes that fit if you want Clothes that wear if you want a Suit for your self or boy and want the best Clothes for the least money Dont Fail to inspect our Stock before you buy Orders taken for Tailor Made Suits and fit guarnteed Only a look and you are assured that we can suit your money lACKEY HAMilTON Cor Main and First Streets eOME SEE You must see the Goods to appreciate there cneapness V III It be easily satisfied You can just as easily have th- ejt gods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound t istical but we have the goods Here are a few articles EiiRry knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks Ic box TMspoons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5e Table spoons Joe per set Pint cups 2c each Knive and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c We have now in stock a beautiful line Qf Enamel Wares Tinware Etc that we ire offering at astonishingly low prices You should nil and examine these goods before making a purchase In nii T to close out ourI Tt LkS k JumpersIFsiling Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar jis you cannot afford to pass us THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MYIN STREET RICHMOND KY a rrCD CI0 J ORLANDO KYjt Shippers ot QuAnile CoaI- j ++ + + ++ + + + + + o ++ + + ++ + + + + + 4 ++ + k+ ++ t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J t grate without any attention 1 ttA ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + +++ + + + 0 8 Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITUREoLargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices Weoffer you genuine bargains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dining Room and eKitchen Furniture We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invilo our country friends to callmake our store their headquarters rm I WeMzuztJI = IIIiSIII v please Our success depends upon ittirid the rasonable price at which everything useful is offer ed vjll astonish and you Mattings and Qarpets in variety Our Pjcture Department is- C6ffi1IQtC Framing neatly done and the newest molildings always carried Tfiit k 0ii JOFLIN Phone Jiht66 47 RICHMOND KY Uhdertakinar s tn l Senator McCreary Relates a Campaign Adventure CourierJournal April 25 It was during my canvass for Governor of Kentucky that I found myself caught one night in a log cabin in a wayback district of a mountain county said Senator McCreary recently in an exchange of stories about cam paign experiences It was an unusually big cabin a sort of road house hotel to which the res idents for miles aroundcame at intervals for dances and other public entertainments One of these entertainments was going on thenight Ifound myself there and it appeared to me that most of the young men and their sweethearts in the county were there I was worn out from the work of campaigning and went to bed early I climbed a ladder to the second story which was little better than a loft The room was dark and when I struck a match to find my way to a bed I saw four pf them Two men were in each of the three beds One of the beds held only one and I concluded that I was intended to fill out the other half of the fourth- I had fallen into a sort of doze soothed rather than oth erwise by the heavy tread of the dancers the shouts and songs of the men and women down stairs when I almost out of bed I had been startled to wakefulness by loud cursing on the steps leading from the dance floor and the sudden bursting in of the door If airy dq man stirs I shoot him fullof holes shouted the drunken man standing dimly outlined at the top of the steps his cocked Winchester at present and ready for business Im lookin for Bill Jones coirsEMULSIONScotts means of life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strcngthso neceSsary for the cure of consumption and the repairingof body losses from anywasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul andslrcI1gthJpr girlsforthinEmulsion is a great help Send forfree sample r SCOTT ft COWNE Chemists V D4I5 Pearl Street Nowyorto 5OcnndJ3IOO all druggists and Im goin to kill him as sartin as hell he added I dont remember a time when I stretched myself out in bed as quietly as Idid after that If the bed had creaked I firmly believe I would have been the repository for very bit 9f lead in that rifle My being here now is the best evidence that the bed didnt creak Every other man in the room seemed as muchcim pressed as 1 No man opened his mouth Then the drunken man slidedover toone side of the room where he could have every bed in front of him and taking out a match deliberately struck it He held that match high and into the face of every man in the room one at a time Eyery man was asleep while the match flick ered over his face and no man there wrs sleeping more soundly than 1 He didnt find Bill Jones I am happy to relate because Winchester bullets sometimes go clear through When he went clambering down the steps every man in the room jumped out of bed like he had springs on and the hurry to push the beds against that door would have been funy if only one had had the nerve to laugh Cures Eczema Itching Hum ors Pimples and Carbun cles Costs Nothing to Try B B B Botauic Blood Balm ifiacer tain and sure cure for erzema itching Akin humors scabs scales watery jointsboilsskin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Hahn cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood tuppIytogives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourish jug Especially advised for chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists SI with complete directions for home cure To prove B B IT cures samples sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Describe trouble and roe medical advice sent In sealed letter lin While about 1500 poles were waiting along the tracks at Detroit to get on board a Lake Shore excursion train which was to carry them to their home in Toledo a fast passenger train on the Grand Trunk railway ran into the crowd killing at least seven persons and injuring a number of others It is claimed the Grand Q runk train gave no warning signal as it ap proached the crowd Made Young Agsin One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempsey town Pa Theyre the beet in the world for liyer stomach and bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at all druggists 1m Lexington Herald W J Loughridge has just closed a deal with A Burk of Lancaster whereby Mr Loughridge buys 300 acres of hemp this years crop in Garrard coun ty at 521 per hundred Mr Loughridge has also purchas ed 110000 pounds of hemp last rears crop from L P Yandall of Burgin the price paid being 532 Quick Arrest- J A Gulled e of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severecase of piles causing 24 tutrors After doe tors and all remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him 11 conquer aches and kills pain 25c at all drug sts 1m Royal Muskok The Royal Muskoka Ho tel is the largest and most magnificent summer hottjl in Canada Location unsurpassed in the centre of the famous Muskoka Lakes Dis trict Highlands of Ontario 1000 feet above sea level about six hours journey north of Toronto The grounds include an area of 130 acres containing pine and hemlock groves and many beautiful walks and points commanding lOvely views There are Tqpnis Golfing Bowling Fisjiing Bathing Croquet Bowling Green and many enjoyable water trips Firstclass in every respect Excellent transportation service Descriptive literature and information how to reach the Royal Muskoka oh pplica Lion to R McC Smith S p A Grand Trunk ailky 124 Woodward VveM Detroit Hich I THEOLD fI jBLE bKG POWER AbSoluteureT- HEIlE IS NO SSTlTUTE I Wore One Hatwentyfive Year Moses Ash by 11 seventy seven went inti store in New London Co Saturday and bought a wo g jumper and a hat the J Sunday dress hat he h urchased during his lifetit The hat he was wearing said had done him service r twenty five years and co 165 He lives in Poquono Mr Ash by works every r and ab stains from the i of liquor tobacco tea and c je When he asked for a y ing jum per and an Ea hat he looked with astx hment at the clerk who ed if he wanted it for hick Certainly I want it myself he said I wor very day and have been the woods every day this y4 that it did not storm Ini cut and hauled twelve cc of wood this winter Icit the jum per plenty loose that I can have plenty of ra in it tie- swing my arms very body can live to beasell as me at my age if they sfout in the air I have aver been obliged to wear tsses and I do not thinklevwill When I was young I us to go coast ing and whaling nd I have never been sick scept with the grip and wh ing cough why 1 had thnly a few months ago e suit Mr Ash by wore he id cost him 840 forty years and still appears in goO ondition Boston Herald i TO OTJE3 A COLIN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brome uinine Tablets All druggists refumjjie money hit fails to cure roves signature a on each box 25 At a society dier lastyear the Rev Theod L Cuyler contributed to tl fun of the evening by pro unding this conumdr m 9 was Noah the greatest fin Icier of his time No ondvas ableto answer so he e his fellow diners a year toj link it over This year Dr C leI was un able to attend tl dinner but he telegraphed his answer Noah was able floatastock company at a ne when all his contemp ries were forced into invo ntary liqui dation DISAPPCNTED J B Stouffer JichmondhadLittle Faith until he Fofld a New FrieL It is a great dieapp1ntmeut to a per son suffering seriouS a disease as kidney irregularity to be able to getno relief from tin iso of curealls and specifies wuicb iso everything but do nothing Toqch a disappointed man Doans Kids come as a friend mneed fojjbey always do the work Read thi statement of J B Stouffer the well li wn gents fur nisher of High street ho says I have no doubt tin I had kidney trouble of the most fegravated form The pains across the man of my back were moat severe at the accompany ing irregularities of pe kidney seers tions most nnnoyi I tried many medicines which we claimed to cure just such cases as mo in quick time but they did me no ood I had lust enough faith left to ive Doans Kidney Pills a fair trial lien I saw them advertised I tot a Box atB L MM thoroughlytestedtent I can coiiscie tiously give the pills my hearty end sewent For sale by all dnlers Price Uc FosterMilburn CoI Buffalo N Y sole agents for the U ited States Remember the timo Doans and take no substitute I1mThere was a general fight among the co gregation of 2000 people inj the Slavonic Roman Cathol J churchat Joliet Ill Sunday The fight was started by women A detachment of policemen was summondand theofficers were compelled to draw their pistols and threaten to fire before order was restored A boy recovered 20000 damages from the Metropolitan Street Railway Company lossofihi Burglars made an unsuccessful attempt to rob the safe in the postoffice at Gray son They exploded two charges of nitroglycerin which aroused several citi zens The robbers fled on a handar stoppingxat Leon three miles away long enough = to rob the store of Kitchen Son of about 70 in cash A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emiesious weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys anti bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case abovo mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 Su Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K BEAD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Ball St Luis MoDear Sir I lave used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when Ibegan using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly Jons A RIDDEL The present Mayor of St Paul Robt A Smith is just at the end of a fifty years res idence in that city He went there in 1853 as the private secretary of the Territorial Governor appointed by Presi dent Franklin Pierce and has seen the place grow from a hamlet of a few hundred per sons to a city of nearly 200 000 In recognition of the pas sage in his last regular mes sage to Congress recommend ing kindness to the cavalry and artillery horses and con sideration for their services President Roosevelt has been elected an honorary member of the Washington Humane SocietyA Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Merritt oi No Mehoopany PH made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes attacked witha patient was violent hemorrhages caused by ulcer ntion of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles eo 1 prescribed them The patient gained from Ihb first and has not had an at tack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspep sia Indigestion constipation and kidney troubles Try them Only 50c at all druggists 1m While their fathers were at work and their mothers were off on a fishing jaunt three children who had been locked in their home in Louisville were burned to death In the circuit court at Lex- Ington Col W C P Breckin ridge was fined 30 by Judge Parker for disrespect to the court and refusing to apolo gize A strip of turtles heart which had ceased to contract was put by Prof Lingle in a jar containing oxygen and its beating was sustained for three days Itis stated there will be di rect cable communication between the United States and the Philippines by July 5 The Santa Maria volcano n Guatemala is ineruptionagain- and the inhabitants in the vicinity are panicstricken James B Wilson of Indiau apolis editor of the saloon keepers official organ drop ped dead in his office California Commandery K T has decided that there shall be nowine atfutureTem phi banquets Master W ouri Sale John D Lanter Ac PlUs Against Ii T Freeman c Dtt Notice of Sale in Equity PT virtie of a Jndgx3erat and Order of Sale of theAprilcause the undersign will on Monday May 25 03 Betneen the hours ofclt oclock a m and 12 countyKyproceedtoexpcseto propertyA Tract of Land ClabeFreemanman lying at the Intersection of the Four Mile and Muddy Creek roMS and bounded on the oulbytheMnddyCreekroMlnd onrylagTERMSS le nil he made on acre ofexmonths Tbeparelkaer wil be repaired 10 pymeatIMejtroeceeypaid ta SE SCOTT r 0 IIMox0 THE BUSY BEE GASH STORE RICHMOND KENTUCKY Men We Want To Talk To in or any We in a the to of I Cores Crip a boxes in THE IDEAL TONIC Life and in Every A of the constituents of and Kr Jinnary ja II EAT CO Ky examined your Mot and Malt and being with its and mode of can sUle that it is an nerve and blood tonic It cites the and digestion and beneScial in nervoUS 1D Yours of MD MEAT A CO JO We see D B made in a stock of try to net will have tf S of Ohio the of life was fut I Wine of Cartful decided to try a bot tie experienced some the flrft month so I on It for months I with no I shall take It off and on ROW until I have the disordered menses of the womb and do not wear They olldw to the of life Do but Wine of now and the Wino of to a of any age of Mrs Webb she in dan mean more to you it now But you may now avoid the she 1 of Wine We that if every man in Richmond was a if every man in Richmond knew thepositive in the casethat man in come to us for all Each week we publish a little on this is The Man Who Variety aFor Selection l VARIETY is to be the spice of In the selection of clothing it is certainly the spice appeals to all Variety is one thing and Judicious Variety is another No one has our would hesitate to assert it pre not the greatest variety but the variety as are no outofdate styles no anti quated fashions but the diversity of all the new dressy stylish elegant garments ever appeared in Richmond TILe man can certain he has the best individuality Co clothing we sell one of the tories in and produce morestyles any other in the There garments are as the Best Clothinginthe and all bear this TRISLA8EL OUGARMEMTS esaleDra1 11 C ofmens and Patent Kid and Patent Corona are the Guaranteed Patent Leather this market guarantee no 1UIL of will within months purchase We are showing all the new things Ladies Fine Footwear styles arc the newest the best our prices the lowest Give our trial and you will no I Ladies Waiting on balcony is for all come and use Bring your dinners and eat here Accommodations all furnished you you wait 1Veryrespectfully WD OLDHAM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE To Cure Cold in One Day in Two Days I Take LaXative Bromo Quinine Tablets A mJ on box every 25cSeven Mffioa sold 12 months Signature MEAT MALT Drop sdfntfg nation essential PRIME BEEF PURE OLD MALT Louisville itALT Louisville Gentlemen thoroughly acquainted composition effident invigorates pmstitiOn and- aI1dscascatteudedwithdebiitT KASTENBINE Louisville College MALT that Shackelford Cos customerhave him put big Millers whatpeople Mrs Laura Webb VicePresident Berao crude Ctabs Xortbera dreaded change which approaching noticed relief taking three andnow metutruate passed climax Female weakness falling ovarian trouble off awoman change notwait take Cardui avoid trouble Cardui never fails benefit suffering woman relieved when was chmgefthan docs suffering endured Druggists Cardui NEotCARDU believe expert facts every Richmond would stroiRht Jlis clothing argument subject This weeks argument directed To Wants said life mans only that tastes But who seen stock that sents only lest well There here widest who buys alway that style to his Schiois Bros whose operate greatest manufac America than concern country famous GgaraDbI Sgperloritr Dizen make boys only Shoes sold other give their written that these shoes crack three after their Our ourqualities buy other Our Room free them kinds while past This RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Strength Pharmacy Louisville Ranges They Womans palnumd Cardui clothing here feel suited World Our Shoes shoes ladies El LARfiE VARIETY of goods is here waiting your inspection an prevail We have just received all tl goods in the newest weaves andcolors a prepared to serve you as never beforer guarantee a i 27i7 s FittPerfect Finish9 t W s S Ii you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil pay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Tailors Wal1 Paper i Just received two car loads of wall paper lot nineteen hundred and three I Nice Nand Snappy Designs at popular prices ranging from 5c to 25c per sin goingtobefore purchasing We are always glad to show you our goods whether you buy or not We are sole agents for Harrisons Town and Coun- tryReady Mixed Paint uryItPaint on the market and we guarantee it to stand for TEN YEARS and will cheerfully refund your money if it is not as represented Perry 40 ThomasSuccessors to W O White Next door to Madison Nat Bank 217 Main Street 1 FieJobPrintin J Grand OpeningJfj Of Mens Fall and Winter Shoesch Jas Crutch r Company 1 he Richmond Climax J C OHENAULTononPresident A D MILLER Editor Manager WEDNESDAY MAY 13 1903 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE nON J M BENTON- Of Clark County FOR COMMON VBALTHS ATTORNEY lION n A CRUTCHER- Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE Announcements FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS or Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Mdlson county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C QRIOGSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison Coonty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party TIlE initial number of the Estill County Herald appeared last Thursday Mi J R WhiteBOn of exCongressman J B White is the publisher and if he continues to issue from week to week a paper Just as crisp and newsy us the first number success is sure Jo crown his efforts The writer is thoroughly familiar with the obstacles Mr White must overcome to make a financial suc cess of the newspaper business in Irvine but we feel that the citizens of that town and county will appreciate the efforts of this energetic hustling young man and rally to his support Irvine needs and should have a newspaper anti if the merchants will patronize the Herald it will live and prove a bless ing to the tpwn and county and yield a liberal profit to the publisher JOHN K CHENAUJT need not con strue the votes that were reported as cast adverse to him on Saturday in his race for the Democratic nomination or Auditor as the slighest evidence of his personal unpopularity in the State of Kentucky The great maw of those who supported his opponent Mr llager would just as surely have been for Jqhn D Cheuault had he been the ring candidate DBMOCKATS should be fair at least with each other But there are none t hat can be so cruel as those who should be kind CI F1BrorCo11 LEXINGTON KY t1o F i JUSTINA I Load of Bed Room SuitsIn Mahogany WalnUt Maple Oak Birch They are the pick of the Fur niture Markets Ranging in price from J 6 to 200 The design finish and price will make this the most talked about sale that has ever taken place in our city cia B roer COJ MAIN AND BROADWAY GTONKrIQST jfij Mr Kidd representing the famous Johnson Murphy Shoe Co will be with us Tuesday and Wed nesdayst r May 13 and Ut 03 with a full line of Johnson Murphy fine Shoes for fall andwinter 6 Come in and inspect his line and select a- LPair jt t S The primary election is now a matter of history The Democrats of Ken tncky have spoken They have named their standard bearers for the ensuing November campaign and now let every man who is a Democrat or who claims to be a Democrat nail the ticket to isis masthead and with colors flying sail into every port and proclaim in one voice what they are Thus speaks an editor who was once himself beaten out of a nomination he deservedWeI Walton of Lexington Well Colonel you have read the lines Vice Is a monster of such frightful mien To be listed needs but to be seen Seen oft familiar with its face First we endure thin pity then embrace Can it be that our exemplar par ex cellence in journalism sees nothing in this late primary to evoke the righteous wrath that he never failed to exhibit even in the house of his friends Bos worths triumph surely cannot blind one to the wrongs that need resistance instead of approval EDITOR R LEE DAVIS of the Lexinc tou Observer should be awarded a medal for the following That lone juror who saved Jim Howards neck from the noose deserves a conspicuous niche in the Temple 011 Stupidity If Howard was guilty at all he richly deserves hanging and if he was not guilty he should have been acquitted on the spot The verdict is a travesty on justice and puts a premium on assassination Should Howard secure a reversal and a new trial which is quite likely we suggest to the next jury that tries him that it compliment him for his fine marksmanship and send him home with a vote of thanks and a chromo as a token of esteem TilE small vote cast throughout the State Saturday vindicates the claim of the antiprimary element that no one but the Machine wanted a primary election which they could manipulate easier than a convention It was pure hypocrisy but good generalshipen the part of the gang who seeing they would be beaten lathe oldfashioned Democratic way made a grandstand play for a primary and then committed more crimes in the name of Democracy than ever were dreamed of at a Music Hall Convention CIIKSAULT IX FAYETTE Lexington Leader 10 In tho race for Auditor the vole was close and the friends of each candidate made strenuous efforts to poll the full vote far their respective candidates The Chenault organization claimed the county by 400 votes before the election and the result is therefore somewhat disappointing to them Hager carried the city but the Chenault vote in the county pulled up his majority to 172 IN view of the results of Saturdays primary it would bo interesting to read again Judge James D Blacks card of withdrawal from the gubernatorial race some months ago At the time he was criticized for his blunt statements but those who remained in the various State races but who cgot it in the neck doubtless feel now that Jim mack told the truth TilE robbing of Bob Greene of the nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals was just a little bit too shame hut for the otherwise shameless ma chine so wo predict Greene will be allowed a place on the ticket The State would not stand for anything else AT SILEB of Whitley county was nominated for Commissioner of the Republicantyninth ballot The showdown was between Siler and J C Wood the present Commissioner Is it any wonder Louisville can never get anything at the hands of the farmers Our state metropolis is fast becoming the ulcerous spot on the Democratic party ol i Kentucky The conduct of tho primary there Saturday was a disgrace to the whole State IN order to simplify matters save money and allow everybody including the burn element to stay at lipine find attend to business why not in the fu ture let Allie Young select the Demo Sterlinglaw JOHN It CHENAOLT went up against a prearranged bunko game and he was butchered so everyone believes who can read English and the reports of Saturdays primary are all printed In that language IT is oven yet too early to tell how It happened Maybe Abe Renick and Josh Griffith can tell They also got machinemade coffins like our coun tyman John B Chenault3 A UELEOATION of Hart county Repub licans have asked Col Morris K Bel knap to make the race for Governor and he lists formally areed to do so ITUE Prohibition Convention in Thursday nominated P B Demaree for Governor A NEW way to spoil FABCB wits dis covered Saturday It Is a DEMOCRATIC PEIMABY See Perry k Thomas before buying your wall papfcr t+++ + ++i+++ t t SPECIAL + 1 ++ +++ ++ 4++ Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry Thomas Among the enterprising merchants of Richmond that are paying especial attention to quality is the firm of Fra sa Bros They carry goods of recognized standard iaU lines and in cof fee they carry Blankes Faust Blend the best on earth or anywhere else tf Dan H Breck will insure your city or country property against fire lightning and cyclones Office in Oldharn building apr 8 lOt For the styles in wall paper see Perry Thomas D B Shackelforcl Co have con tracted witn the Miller R F Co for the tale of their Ranges in Madison county tf Majestic Ranges t Arbackle Simmons Dan II Breck Fire Life and Accident Insurance Office in Oldham building apr 8 lOt This Miller Hange people tell us if a customer telephones us they so not like the Miller Range for us to send a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end tf D B Shackelford Co The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and Iowqt price All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop Andfonter My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at tha State Bank k Trust Company or by writing- T D CUE AULT nihlStf Terrillivy Inspection Cub Hotting Come in when you are passing our store never mind whether you think you want to buy anything or not You may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always have something new and inter eating to show and inspection costs nothing If 1 E LAXE 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times we put out the first one Every one we have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think we can prove to you this is the only perfect Range made feb 26 4m Arbuckle Simmons Watch Found A watch was left at the State Bank Trust Co one day last week Owner can have same by identifying and pay ingfor this notice apr 22 tf Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coming season We make a specalty of fine repair work and em ploy nothingbut the best woikmen Call and see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a complete line of upto date station wagons buggies runa bouts etc Ricbmend Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Qty fropaty for Sale Mr E B Hume will otler his resi dence on West Main street Saturday May 16 at 2 oclock p m A splendid opportunity for any one desiring a nice home tf Come and see the heaviest the rest and the most complete Range in the market Tho Miller You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf D B Shaekelford Co New Bakery The new confectioney and bakery at the corner of Hallie Irvine and Or auge streets has been opened mill your patronage is solicited Fresh bread fresh cakes fresh vegetables and fresh fish always on hand Mrs II Zeiman Hallie Irvine and Orange st tf 011E of Musi OF CINCINNATI Special Rates for the Summer School June 15iOJuly 31 35 pays for Board and corn pletely furnished Room for the entire term Send for Catalog and Summer School circular Address College of Music of CincinnatiE- lm Street opp Wuhtflttou Park 26th AeademlcYeir opeRa Sept tj 1993 I3taay5t I 4 City Collectors SALE of Town Lots for Taxes for 1902 L P Evans City Collector of Rich mond Ky will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House Richmond Ky on Friday Juno 5 1903 Between thofollowingsame for the year 190- 2White List 5000MrsMamieMrs Mary Behest 3 yj Clay Francis 50 00Mrs00Duncan cOW00BelleR N Hurst tcrC 3 80 00MisaWmS B Luxon 2 00 00Pat00Tlios50Mrs70RJ B Pence 9 00 50Jeff50WarfordCoColored List 00Chas00Thos00Tempu00Granville 00Chas50Winston 001obeCONannieCrntcherJerry Chambers 4 00 00Sarah00Tom00EMEinbryExr EORebecca 00Dennis 00I1501Estes tfOBud50GilbertBeii Harris 3 00 300Ellen200Richard 50HDMattie J Miller 4 00 00MaryWin Marksbury 3 50 00AlexLou Jane Murray 3 90 50Cluner300LizzieGreen Owens 3 00 00Georgia 50JennieSid 2 00 75PurcellOuAndersonSam Patton 1 50 00GeoCOClunie 80ChasII Shepherd 3 OO 60EllaHoward mith 3 50 50Ed00Jas00Dan00DanJames Tye t 400C 5allSSQMary 00Dow00Luke50NarcissusDaveIC 500Francis A 4 50 2001Jahies 60EliasWallace nr 200 00AnnieMazgie Yat s vV 300 L P EVANS City Collector J1heandLight StateBankmonJ Ky at 3 olock p m pa Wednesday May IS 190- 3J A SULUVAN Fresld r t RZ TnsiKV Secretary s 2t Or t O isBjted to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats caji by the Main street butchers The mail or iness of this firm has grown to such propor tidfehat we are now making a specialty of our Wale Department Our constant endeavor is tome our patrons and to do this we slaughter btSe best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro fits Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased pr e greatest care and has always given perfect sanction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys seasons also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Btft Eggs and other Produce and guarantee jn evjEnstance topay the highest prices the market us a trial and we will prove our sin cejjfo serve you promptly and reliably Dcglas CultonWhoIesaielRetail Butchers Richmond Ky th UAL RIBBON SALEO This annual ings just now an opportunity that the women of this com munity haveuwaitlng for Hundreds oi pieces of the most desirable rib bon will be I t a tjReductiorf of One Half JEvery yard iafonablo In color design weave or pattern in whatever way fashion is OJ We cant send samples of these special lots but all mail onhrs will beSf actorilyattended to The story of the ribbons follow in de ftl1 UU 2c5c 5c lOc lOc lOc 15c20c n yard ij now black Taffeta ritbonk worth 5o a yd oifl i black Taffeta ribbon uiinwmiii jOe a yd form black Satin ribbon worth a a yd J ok satin ribbon 2 iuche e worth 20c a ydack Taffeta riblon 31 in ide worth 15c a yd ckGrosgrain ribbon 274 ill wide worth 20c aydtck Satin ribbon 21 incise e worth 25c apdlack Oresgrain rib ribbcifin wide worth 30cc 11 2 ribbon 2Callibeautliul in texture and colors fwersashses and com mencement jjs All shades and plenty of whigd black worth 20c 25c 19ca 15c c 29c 39c in J2 ain St arc Patton unlike any in nd It of heat and ds its to wear five years Send bi of Paint and free to N PAINT CO St Who flic Sale Mr E B H fie will on May lath all clock p m offer to public sale ij elegant residence In the West End This property is one of the most thesis 4 in the city as it doe house of rooms with modern a stable and a ocessary Let ond iraember the date and attend the sal A fine chance to pro euro a nice hoj f OF 2 03 If not sold pr lisly before that date the will offer the well known Fistw and Herring farm for on the pi 1ises in Lancaster Ky lo the hight bidder Thiseale is made th ole purpose of dividing lists of of high ly id partly located with in the limits o ho city of Lancaster Ky residence antI buildi of all kinds necessary to make a hoi attractive and comfor table froutin II avenue The land lies II is under good fence and in the hip at of nt crops of hemp corn tobacco whea blue grass etc There is no better so or valuable prop in Farm is well watered Terms easy and made known by tl who will take slowing tho to anyone HO M USAN FISHER flM I con nue the at the sfcind and niy and the to se me when in need of iUi this line Will make a spe of and to my atall rmsuParrlsh l1r3 61inchesand black and white a 40c yd for Satin Liberty ribbon silk all coloR 4 inches wide worth 25c a yd for fairy ribbons with white or self variety of pretty shades worth 25c i7 yd for ribbon all light colors 31 wide some with Persian effects worth SOc a yd for plain ribbons 6 inches wide beautiful shades worth 40c a yd for fancy plaid ribbons 5 wide worth flOe KAI MAN STRAUS and CO and 14 kb Ky Ithe Right Side of Paint I The says there are two sides to but man who SurcJRaOFPaint both and is on the side of the Pa s SunProof Paints prepared iirthe propor tions icu a punt other durability beau covering qualities resists the action cold gloss for for Knowledge Advice PA Lake Milwaukee FOR SALE BY prge M1 Willgino Pfer Paints Saturday containing six equipped conveniences every ti- SLE Property Tuesdaj undersign sale for propertyThe 260acres productive withabrflc s Richmond state cultivation yieldineabunt more Cenrf Kentucky undersigned pleasure premises HERRING liverybusiness will business sam invite friends public calland ialfcy Moving Pianos jFtihiiture Etc please patrons times Elmer Parrish Snccesiiortol nP1sone3RICI1M qINDK plentyworth stripedI striped summery inches practical every the always u- sesPais inside outside right paint question produces Guaranteed Wall Glass outbuildings VaIu toN June substantial anything guarantee CorThlrdIrvjne painter question Money to Lean I can get you money atS per cent interest ou long timerin sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCHER Jn apr 15 Cmo Richmond Ky Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes l4 miles from rail road station and postoflice Excellent improvements all in grass well wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy E B EVANS apr 1 tf Red House Ky Master COlllllllSSiOlle8 S1eL- ymanParrlsbc Pint On Petition Notice of Sale In Equity fly Virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sate of theAprilstyle cause the undersigned will on Saturday May 23 03 Between the hours otll oclock a m and 12 RichmondbiddertheA Lot and Livery Stable in Richmond Ky and bounded and described asfoUows Fronting on Irvine itreet 4S feet thenorthWallace and Lyman Parrish same being 48 fL wide and about Wi feet deep sixmonthspaymentofthepnrcha5emoneytobye interestfrontpurchasemoneylapaid SE SCOTTmay63t MCMCO Master EomnisdoBifr Sale O W Evans riff agalntNannie Etc nits Notice of Sate in Equity SateofstylecauseSaturday May 23 03 Between the hours of a m and 12 oclock BI MadtsonSate to the highest and best bidder the fotlowing described property viz A Lot of Land Situated on the esstsicSe of Laurel itreet In ofcctandrunnlngbsclcssmelsldth BroohEvans i rrodncetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TKHMS Bale will be made on a credit of six months The uurchaxer will be required to paymentofthointerestfroatdayofsslewithaLlen property uatxl all the purelwe l paW SE SCOTT jS iXOXO C n y LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 4 Ladies Muslin Skirts cambric and ilounce with foot ruffle lc Ladies Shirts With deep flounce and four rows of in sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular- lace insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck and elbow sleeves neck and sieeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric ruffle hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks 49cj 99cj 90c Ladies Drawers 25c 99c Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 25 to 99c Space will not permit of my describing onefourth ofreadymade Muslin Under wear we carry so call in andsee our line which is firstclass in every full sizes guaranteed Yours respectfullyI r I OWEN McKEE 1 Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY a J Majestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 3 Waller Dennett 4 Joe S Copgs 5 N B Coy C D M Chenault 7 G W Gates 8 0 WVHisIe 9 John D Harris 10 T Hllart llUG Harris 12 W R Letcber Jr 13 J C Lackey 14 David A MtCord 15 Henry Perry 10 Dr G G Perry 17 Hon W B Smith 18 M B Stagner 10 Judge N B Turpin 20 Eugene Todd 21 Mrs S P Wallers Tho above list is the number of Ma jVslic ranges we have sold in the last ten months If you are not one of that list we want to make you one this year suite It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp like other ranges and will will cook with onehalf the fuel you are now using Call at Majestic Headquarters and examine the Best Range you ever saw ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Dont Paint your house until you get prices from Perry Thomas on all kinds of paints OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash gtJaralteed id of old sty Iff manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jogs Soo per gallon i 10 bottles S5 II 5II i 5jugs 200 5 bottles 3AC 2 jugs 210II Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky c j J L Watson= 1820 N Upper Lexington Ky Attractive Offerings in Womens Suits Coats and Waists Attractive Offerings in Womens Coats and Waists IWSherei find extraordinary offerings Collarless blouse suits in light 11111ai womens tailormade Suits dressy costumes of broadcloth iiiiitcheviots at snch prices you cannot afiord to be without one j Dress Skirts Under Priced Dress Skirts of black mohair Scotch melton etamine aid y flare flounce effects entirely new styles and prettily finished at bof goods An immense collection of upto date waists in all the rrent phv prkesSuperior tiVrrd for so little If you are interested in dress fabrics this week willlet to buy Fifteen pieces of Canvas Etamine Mistral and Canvass Y iif in rrsolid colors for street evening and house costumes for this skvalue 125 Two toned Canva Illuminated Etamine Silk and WIde Paris in new value 135 and 150 The New Corset Is a revelation in perfect corseting excels all others in stvl v jaiieanJ forL We control them A large line of the celebrated lasso Urst iu C models J L WATSONJ820 North Upper LEXINGTON K A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a c we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors I Also a complete list Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring vro A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces at Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Gibson Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY ELDERS BARGAIN STOREJ We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goodst Prettiest line of White Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbonst Clothing Shoes and Millinery g V ever shown in this city Call and 4ns ct eiurIine and be convinced that we can save you money J t 4ruuuIHiII5I + J I Jt Respectfully SUbmitted to the Cash Trade I E V ELDER+ii r mm i gpagB g Are Ready To Talk Business n t line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now getCOntfail to see our oadwayPhaeton it i the thing out in a vehicleIatest inting and Repairing Neatly Done Igive us a call we guarantee satisfaction euvck eaTTa 3cAcs e t s rOQ rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE MS FRE- SHGroceries AGENTS FOR- Boquetc flour e Richmond Climax 13 1903 Tie Street Fair at Paris will begin IiisJaV rTrfs7ivk s has resigned as as r at Terrill this county leIS luwe been iswed to muster ip iitaiT company in this city f ji ami indijrestion are deadly health Burdock Blood irivs them Ini vjhitiMiient elsewhere in this ii ie of the welt known oer au1 llf ring farm in Lancaster Irai Vrotliers are headquarters darj Faust Blend coffee and r jpi the same high ttandard If U Miller will go to Lan rMiv ttli to deliver the annual I esii tin graduating class of the liiuli School TYrir Ili Ufg those Itching pesti If t1 the skin Put an end Minv loans Ointment cures- i lirng Ire Lrt Hughes of Lexington ai itntel a very handsome sign for I L Milkiff which adds consider JM tn his wtablishmeLt on Third st liynii iHeil to have your choir dn1 in vncal music Prof J W Hili at Louisville is prepared to vym anything in the Vocal Music las AMrtM him at Richmond Ky Mr Leslie Rice clerk at E C L Slnigiore pjwsert his examina bt Iwjire the Kentucky hoard of Pharnmiv Mr Rices many friends iitMiiiirh pleased to hour of his 15 our hats olf to you Dr R ntTHiint of the 60th anuiver I nrvif lie Junior Order of American iaiiiis here will b special services iic 11 Church in this city on next Siiay in ruing when the entire lb will atttiul in a liody Rev H luriici will deliver an address suit lit IIcasion ore never Bhoivn a larger stock ffiVnails Siirriw Hupgies and runa jli tliii we row have on display in JrHI lunm It will pay you to iait thm before buying We a pnringand rejoining in best rJiL SM iiPnUrtte prices The best guaranteedIla lniiMid Oarm e Works S LMIUKIFF Prop T s mr catarrh in this section llileSFfSrllelr 1 iI to be incurable J rii many lmrS doctors pro a disease and prescrib nieflj and jy constantly trentmentPcOlutitllllonalIpman 10Ief UJ OilS market It is taken inter j s from 10 drops to a tea f i ad diiectlv on the blood f surfaces of the system hundred dollars for any circularsaKJ Cheney Co Toledo F r d liy llr tfRistK 75c Halls s are the best ln Viewed the XIUy The entire faculty of Caldwell High school called on Dr Sandlin last Thursday afternoon aud viewed his XRay machine Lost Last week in this city an embroid ered chemise with the scallop uncut Finder will return same to B W Turners store and receive reward Kicked While crossing Main Street in front of the Glyndon Hotel on last Friday Allen the oldest son of Mr and Mrs William Riddel was kicked by a horse and painfully injured Attention Elks There will be an initiation followed by a social session at the lodge rooms on Friday evening All the members are requested to be present and a cot dial invitation is extended to all visit- Ing Elks Force of Habit Anything else Thank you Call again said Harry Scrivener of the Klondike Store with lila politest bow as he picked up and handed to a lady a bundle she had accidentally dropped on the sidewalk in front of the store Viuebestor Sentinel Accident at Barrel Factory Alex Isaacs a cooper at the Hume barrel factory met with an unfortun ate accident which resulted in the loss of three fingers While working about the saw in some way his hand became entangled and before assistance could reach him his fingers were gone Quito a number of similar accidents have occured there this year Teachers Examininatlon The examination for white teachers will bo iitld at the court house on the third Friday and Saturday May 16 and 17 and for colored teachers on the fourth Friday and Saturday May 22 and 23 beginning at 830 oclock- J WM WAGEHS County Superintendent Madison Negro Killed in Cincinnati III a quarrel Saturday in Cincinnati overa game of cards William Easley and John Henry young colored laborers who were roommates had a dispute which resulted in Henry stabbing Easley to death Both men formerly lived in Berea and just recently left that place for tho Queen City Henry made good his escape Deer Chase A large crowd went from town last Thursday to witness the deer chase which took place in the Gentry woods four miles east of tllis city Tbe chase was of short duration as the deer was caught after a run of about four miles There were about ten dogs entered in tie race Mr W G Powells dogs capturing the prize Lexington firm to Complete Government Building The contract for the erection of the additions to the Federal building in this city has been awarded to Cioch Howard of Lexington Their bid of- S15E93 was the lowest received at tbe Treasury Department Cioch Howard promise to have the extension completed within five months Work will bo begun immediately Call us up by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it iu good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new slock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIOKIFF Prop Renumber May 12U Always Rains Friends of the late Col Richard X White will recall his statement reiterated annually that he never knew it to fall to rain somewhere in Madison county on May 12 This item is written May 11 with a view of testing the prediction and on the strength of are minder of Mr E Tutl Burnam who declares vehomeutly that Col White made tbe statement above attributed to him A little life may be sacrificed to a sudden attack of croup if you dont have Dr Thomas Electric Oil on hand for the emergency 1m CLj E eatherage Co Potatoes 1Wehave just received a car load of Jj Sweet Potatoes whichwe desire to- coseoutatunce J Early Ohio Burbank Ip EarlyRose rY Iit Peerless Wii t ALL KINDS r gffF1ELD SEEDS e E Deatherage COL New Rtnatemcnt Messrs B Jouett W P Baxter and T S Todd have leased the Grand beginningJulyhave had control of the houeo to a considerable extent since its opening nnd Theyhaveattractions and we feel safe in saying that next season Richmond people will be treated to the best shows on the road The Grand is a nice com fortable play hoiite with stage room for any ordinary aggregation and the new management propose to bring the very best attractions ro next year Sponsors Chosen The different Elks Lodges over the State are all busy in view of the fact that their Stato Reunion will be held in Lexington June 16 and 17th Num erous receptions and balls are prom ised and tile occasion will be one round of social pleasure The follow ing lodges have select edllieir sponsors Winchester Miss Bessie Spahr Mt Sterling Miss Laura Williams Dan yule Miss Addie Mctcalf Georgetown Miss Minnie Stone j Cynthiana Miss Margaret Lyne Paris Miss Milda Mc Millan Louisville Miss Emily Yeaver Richmond Lodge has not chosen its sponsor Can the Leopard Chance Its Spots In commenting the proposed es tablishment of the Estill Herald the Irvine correspondent to the Winchester SanSentinel says in substance that he bears time publisher 110 ill will but if it bo lila purpose to renovate the political conditions in Estill county he is in a stumpy row This gives us credit for too great an undertaking and appears to indicate that political conditions here in the opinion of the correspondent cannot be changed through the influence of argument or by the pen although the pen is said to be mightier than the sword Then perhaps the application of an ax or maul mightbe the only meal sof a reform in ourrcounty as viewed by the correspondent Estill County Herald Goiroon Lures the Conuiy Granville Garrison formerly of this county is a man sixty years old and lIsa a wife and several children Recently he decided to remove to Oklahoma and in view of that fact sold his faim to C F Cbenault Co and left immediate ly for the above named place with all the proceeds of his sale leaving his family penniless but with the under standing that as sion as he had settled he would send for them Days passed and as no news came investigation was made arId it was found that Gar rison had been Joined by a woman from Leslie county who went on west with him Everybody was greatly surprised to hear of his actions as he was considered a good citizen husband and father It has leaked out also that he purchased two tickers here showing plainly that his plans were fully made and that it was no chance meeting on the way Mis Hiller Plarrfes Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller of Louis ville sister of Mrs A Wilkes Smith of this city was married Monday in Cincinnati to Mr W H Slaughter Jr a decendant of Daniel Boone The bride has a much greater claim upon Madison county however than her husband albeit his ancestor the immortal Boone founded Boonesboro this county Mrs Slaughter has writ ten many a column of kindly comment upon the doings of Madison county people in the Tattler column of the Louisville Times whilst furnishing her friends here a neverending source of delight by her poetry and prose in that famous department of the Times The glad and the sadevenls of this com- munIty have afforded inspiration for someof her most beautiful productions and because she gave so freely and lavishly from the storehouse of her heart and brain to us we pay her here this poor tribute of gratitude and es teem May God bless her union with the man of her choice and may they live long and prosper is the wish of many Madison county friends Old Fiddlers Contest On last Thursday night at the Grand Opera House an old fiddlers contest was held An enthusiastic audience was present and listened with untold pleasure to thoso oldtime airs as play ed by oldtime fiddlers NQne of the modern violin airs were heard but such tunes as Arkausaw Traveler and Mississippi Sawyer the tune by which our sirs danced in ye olden times Fiddlers from many of the adjoining counties were present and took pint in the contest Theorizes wore awarded- to time following William Terrill Bourbon county Arkansaw Traver Alex Martin Row land Mississippi Sawyer R A Baxter city DIg mule Chas Covlngton city Waynesburg R A Baxter city first prize best llddlej playing his own selection W Welcher second prize R A Baxter secured prize for best family of fiddlers The oldest fiddlers prize was award ed to Mr Green B Turflly and the youngest to Edwin Cobb The prizes for the handsomest and homeliest fiddlers were awarded to Alex Martin and R A Baxter respectively Altogether the entertainment was greatly enjoyed by all present Jacf ODiamonds Sold Mr Mat S Cohen hasjsold the cele brated show gelding Jack ODiamonds to Thomas P Dunn oflSt Louts for 3000 Speaking of the Kansas City Horse Show Monthly says Let not Kentucky look this year To take blue ribbons bict For should It plan to bUy the deuce Jafklli to her saddle horse laurels this seasojn in tIme show ring and for several orne and issues her defiance to all tOt for the honors of the gaited class she expects to gather through the medIum ot a grand young horse wrested from Kentucky soil by a wise St Louis fancier who means that Missouri shall brook no second place in saddle horse annals if he can prevent it This apropos of this purchase of Mr Thomas Dunn the w illknown owner of that tried prize win ler Red Bad of the chestnut saddle jelding Jack 0 Diamonds of Mat S Column of Rich 01Diamondsshow last faU nnoVcriJcB pounced on him at once as a c frninjruotable In saddle fields He v6n the cilding class in a walkover dpul up a mag nificent show in the c tats for best stallion mare or gelding taking second to Montgomery Chief Sir Cohen gives th i CUMAX the fol lowing answer Ip the auove verse from the Horse Show Mon liilv All 7ea dear friend ala alackl- o not IM tale 1leYe Although r i Iealt to you the Jack ThO Aceinnp a1 nc IWantedA house for rent by a steady respon sible tenant Charles F Walthers ma 132t Richmond Ky AtWoifc The ladles class in physical culturo under the direction of Prof K P Adams and sister Mies Lucy began work yesterday morning The new quarters over B W Turners are well suited for tho work and a good deal of enthusiasm is exhibited by the class Will Bejln Work This Week Tim Moberly Tiling nOd Manufactur lug Co locatol at Moborly Station six miles east of this city will begin oper ation this week This firm which was recently incorporated with Wilson Tate Stagner Bros T J Smith and George W Webber us incorporators will prove a valuable addition to that section as well as the county at largo The plant has a capacity of 25000 brick and 1500 tiling per day aud will em ploy from fifteen to thirty men Curtis Jell Arrested Jelt was arrested Sunday ICurlls at the home of his mother Higgins near mouth of Muddy creek in this county on the charge of assassinating James 13 Mar cum lost Monday at Jackson Ky The arresting officers were Sheriff Wood son McChord and a posse who accompanied htm from Winchester On ai rivingat his mothers home felt threatened to shoot lila step father who did not want him to remain at the house Sheriff McChord nail his posse found Jett in bed and the arrest WEB accomplished without incident Time prisoner was taken to Winchester and lodged in jail Th Summer School The College of Music of Cincinnati has decided to hold a Summer School from Juno 15th to July 31st with in struction in all departments The sum mer Echool is intended For those earnest seekers after musI- cal knowledge who by reason of their teaching during the regular season are unable to study during that time For those who by reason of their arduous school duties are unable to progress rapidly in their musical studies during the regular school term and who therefore in a few weeks of study wholly devoted to music will derive much future pleasure and profit For those who having studied much in past years are now somewhat isolat ed and need the inspiration to bexle rived from contact with the experi ences and minds of others whose musical lives have fallen in pleasant places For those who desire inspiration from riper musicians in the playing of the repertoire which they already have in hand For those who wish to prepare them selves for entrance into the academic department of the College of Music for next While Discharging His Duty Last Saturday evening about eight oclock Policeman Timothy OlfeJ waa shot and seriously wounded by Charley James Mr ONeil was re turning from Lake Reba where he had spent the day fishing and when nearing time old fair grounds his attention was attracted by James and a colored man Ed Terrill who were quarreling ONeil got out of his buggy and ad vanced toward the men and when within a few feet of them was halted by James who presented his shot gun at the policeman with ordersnot to ad vance on him Mr ONeil endeavoring to pacify the intoxicated wan halted andattempted to reason with James and persuade him to surrender his gun or else go on home whither he had started and cease the disturbance After a considerable amount of talking without any effect Mr ONeil attemp tei to go closer to James who again threatented to shoot the policeman unless he stood back Mr ONeil was in formed bv Samuel soilof Charley James that the gun was not loaded and that he need not fear being shot He started away and then asked ONeil to come to where he was as he wished to talk to him ONeil started to him and James raised his gun threatening again to shoot At this juncture ONeil informed James that ho would let him rfo until morning but then he would be arrested and made to suffer for the disturbance he bad created Evidently realizing he had the officer at his mercy James indulged In a tirade of abuse and bringing his gun to his shoulder fired point blank at ONeil the load taking effect in ONeils left hand tear ing it into shreds Time wounded man was immediately taken to his home where DrsGibson and Bales amputated the injured member at the wrist Some of the shot struck ONeil In the groin but no serious trouble will result from these wounds Sheriff Wagers Deputy Sheriff Colyer and Policeman De vore promptly pursued the assailant captured and lodged him in jail Mr ONeil has the sympathy of the public all regretting that such a brave and efficient officer and citizen should be maimed for life while in the discharge of his duty Madison InstituteNotes Mr B W Trimble of Mt Sterling editor of tha Advocate was one of our recent visitors Time prospects for a ful school next year are at present very bright Larger attendance even than that of time present session is expected Time reception given by tho seniors last week was a brilliant affair The large assemblage of friends of the school expressed themselves as highly pleased Among the number were several from other parts of the Stale The Institute orchestra received quite a number of compliments on their excellent music The very noticeable improvement in the parlors library and readingroom were also tbe subject of very favorable comment Other Improvements will be made in the near future Those who are to participate in this closing exercises are busily engaged in rehearsing for thu music recitals and tbe operetta Pres J W McGarvey 8r of Lexington will deliver tho baccalaureate sermon in the Christian churchI Sunday May 24 at 11 a m lowing Monday and Tuesday nights music recitals will be given in time In- stItute cbapol to which this public is invited On Wednesday night a beauti ful operetta will be given at tho Grand Opera House which promises to be this finest entertainment of the over given in Richmond On tbe morning of the same day May 27 Class Day ex orcises will be held by the seniors in our chapel beginning 10 oclock JLhurs day 28tb is Commencement Day The nxerclsea will be beld lei tho Chris tain church beginning at 10 oclock The gradnatlBjj class consists of Misses Edith SearcyMary Scott Martha Wkjte Mary Leo Colyer Tommle West and Cricket Terrell of Madison county and Miss Stella W Lewis of Lincoln coun ty Miss Kyra Walker of audissEvely White of Tenewe Tbe address oa this occasion will be delivered by Robert Edmund Joe til MaysylUe ee 0 tho ttnest orators la jtieiE Last Will of Walter S Browton wastIedtueInstrutnentvas nOt dated and was written in lend pencil thurIngfratlo hoijiluatlon fur Mayor The bulk of the estate consists of insurance of one IOOQC policy In the New York Life hisbrotherof paying tho debts of the testator Besides the personal effects of tile tog mtlIlIonedIntho bringimigthe toiiiasisters nephews nieces and mother are benefIciariesC as executor of tho will and qualified Tho instrument was proven on the oaths of Col andPeterqualifiedTile will is as follows justdebtspolicyI beiron ston Should this not be sufficient the balance shall be taken from the 5000 policy held by mo in this Union CompanyWhatever livinJIfher death shall be divided equally between my sisters Mrs W D Oldham Dudleytheand my niece Sallie Bronston All the residue of my estate except as set out below shall be cqualy divid ed betvreen the above named five parties My book case pictures library scrap book and cut glass shall become the property of my niece Sallle property chainIetc go to my policytor byiiilegal Should my brother C J Bron ston decline to take the 2000 paid out by him for me then this amount shall bo regarded as a debt against my estate andshall be paid out of either time 10 000 New York Life policy or the 5000 Union Central policy to my nephew byhishIt is my wish that this will be not probated unless It becomes legally ne cessary If broken in any particular the entire shall be null and void I desire to be buricd in the Lexington cemetery W S BEOKSTOS CodicilIf for any reason my brother C J Bronston cannot act as executor of my estate it Is my will that F C Elkin act as such without bondand that he be allowed the usual fees and commissions charged in such cases W S BnoNsxoN 1905 May iFully proven on oaths of F Clay Elkin and John R Allen to be wholly in the proper handwriting of testator and ordered to record R L BAKER Clerk New Way of Counting As a specimen of tbe way the prima ry was conducted in this State last Sat urday we quote Judge Thos H Payn ter a Justice of the Court of Appeals wboVoted at Greenu- pI dont understand the new method of counting said Judge Paynter but I do know that I as well as my son voted for Thomas N Arnold for Sup erintendent ol Public Instruction antI the returns show that only one vote was cast for Mr Arnold in this precintt A Wonder on Wheels Monday a traveling freak bicyclist struck Richmond and gave the most wonderful exhibition of trick riding ever seen here Among many daring and marvelous feats he rode standing on his head in the saddle and propell ed himself by the motion of his legs as if swimming in the air Then too he rode about the street on a plain wagon wheel having nothing to stand on except the hub He is the best performer over in these parts Don Wiggins not excepted The frfmarr Election Returns from nearly all the counties indicate that tho following hayebeen certainly nominated For Governor J C W Beckham Lieutenant Governor W P Thome of IJonry count- yAudItorS W Hager of Boyd TreasurerH M Bosworth of Fay ette Secretary of StateH V McChes ney of Livingston Superintendent of Public Instruction J II Fnqna of Logan Commissioner of Agricullnie Hub ert Vreeland of Jefferson The race for Clerk of the Court of Appeals is close with both Morgan Cbinn of Mercer and R L Greene claiming it Chairman Young con- sIders Mr Greenes nomination and says his plurality will be about 2000 The race for Attorney General is left in doubt by the returns so far received- N B Hays and Willard Mitchell are the leaders The race for Superintendent of Public Instruction Is close enough to be changed by fuller returns VOTE IN MADISON COUNTY For Governor flockhamn173Hendrick For LieutGovernor Thorne 534 Renick 1762 For A ttorbey General Mitchell oo f59 Hays 1654 Julian 232 Carrol 46 For Auditor Hager 80- Chenault 2378 For Traisurer Bosworth 058 Griffith f 1186 Richardson 55 Supt Ptiblic Instruction Watt 71 Fuqua 187 Watkins VjJ 78 Arnold 8cO Sugg 5V 1005 Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland 447 Hedger 579- Fraz4e 1081 CHirk of Courtef Appeals Chiron 643 Greene 1648 OBATHfis SY1TltMr James It Smith died last week lit his home In Danville After a severe illness Deceased was 57 years old And spent sovoral years of his life ia this city where hk wife was- a pro 1n tdress maker His death was due td paralysis with which he WM t 1len bout Lice weeks ago Ilk wIfe srvivcs ilium MIXES The twoyearold daughter of Mrs M Mocks died Saturday after a sb4ttllhiess of wimsopiag eewfb Tide M IM aee4ktchild to Ue kilkh famIly ia of t day id Mother le eo low Oust i death It WpteM at wy Mw 6 RELOIOU Her Oscar 0 Brown of Fdrd will preach at Provident church Winston tho third Saturday night Hunlaj and Sunday night In this month Tho Methodist church fat Ftlmonth has recently suffered a tWO fire The regular monthly business mwst ingot thoEpworth League will be holdI tonight at the M K church A full attendance is desirod Ira D Sankey tho sweet singer of Israel and companion of DwIght L Moody is arid to be totally arid per manently blind Rev Neander M Woods D D of Louisville is a delegate to tho Presby terian Council which meets in June 1901 in Liverpool England DrI Woods is an uncle of Mr C E WoodI oftIllacily As soon as the first really respecta blo chnrch edifice is erected In Richmond all the other congregations will follow suit until our city noted for its beautiful horace will have as deserved a reputation for its beautiful houses of God JtfaveyardsDrmen and women to a happy vigorous old age m- iPERSONAL J Lexingtonlast Dr L H Blanton of Danville was in the city last week IDr H C Jasper left yesterday for a trip to Arkansas Mrs John W Arnold Is visiting her parents in Mt Sterling Miss Anne Milward of Lexington is time guest of Mrs C M KeIrogg Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker are at home from a visit to Louisville Mrs Gilbert Grinstead is convales cing from a serious attack of fever LexingtonIsMrs James W Smith returned on Thursday from a visit to Louisville Mrs Ollie Gregory Shaw of Winchester has been visiting her mother Miss Margaret Rayburn is the guest of Mis H 15 Scrivner in Winchester- Mr and Mrs T T Covington spent Sunday with time latters parents at SpearsMrs Anderson Chenault and son E Aare visiting Harvey Chenault at ConwayMr Ellison Brock of St Louis visited his brother Prof H H Brock last week Mr and Mrs Mat S Cohen have returned from a visit of several weeks to Hot Springs Ark Mrs Clark Kellogg was the guest last week of her mother Mrs R C Morgan in Lexington Miss Lelia Harris spent last Sunday with her brother Mr J B Harris and family in Winchester Mrs Charles Geffinger of ILirrods burg spent last Thursday and Friday Mrs R A Woolums Mr Wm 0 Chenanlt is spending a week with his daughter Mrs Dan S Harber on West Main street Mrs G G Prewitt attended the fun eral of her brother Mr Walter Scott Bronston in Lexington last week Miss Monet Hallum of Washing on City will arrive today to be the guest of Miss Julia Higgins on Second street Elizabeth the little daughter of Mr quiteUIMr and Mrs Thomas E Arnold who have spent the winter in Florida are expected home the last of thou weel Mrs Vernon Beggs of St Louis formerly Miss Mable Terrill arrived last Thursday night for a visit to relatives Mrs Guy D Welton and son Philips of Sault Sto Marie Michigan are guests of Mrs Harry B Hanger at Arlington Mrs Same Cobb Webb and little daughter of Louisville are the guests of her father Mr Harvy Cobb near Red House Myra D Walker will represent Mad ison Institute in the 10th Annual Elocutionary contest to be held at Stan ford June IhelpsEmbrvMondayWinchester Miss Carlisle Walker is at home from a visit to New Orleans and Hnntiwille Ala She has as her guest Miss Alice Patton of the latter place Editor R Lee Davis of time Lexing citylastSaturdayenrouteto his father Mr Thomas Davis youngAttorney Tmirley1Covzngton Mrs Louise Elgin expects to return the last of the week to her home in Georgetown She will be accompan ied by Mrs H G Turner and little son Lynn daugMersMisseslast wnek from Cannon City Col where they have been for several months past Mr James S Crutcher and bride nee Miss Margaret Chenault returned home last Thursday night from their wedding trip and are at home at Mr and Mrs WL Crutchers near townMisses Susan McRoberts and Dovie Letcher and Messrs George McRob erts and Archie Bellof Danville drove through to this city last Friday and were guests of relatives and friends until Sunday Mrs Harry Hanger of Richmond arrived yesterday and is the gueut of Miss Fanny McCheaneyMr C D Chenault and son Mr Joseph Chen yesterdayfromLexington Democrat Mrs Thomas Chenault Miss Elizabeth Taylor and Miss Florie Chenault returned home yesterday after a thort visit to Lexington They came to at tend the theater Friday evening and while here were guests at the Phoenix Hotel Lexington Herald Miss Magaret Clayton returned Mon day to her home in Beattyville after a most pleasant weeks visit to Mrs Aliens Jackson Boggs Miss Claytons solo at the M E church on Sunday was much enjoyed by a large congregation She poseasea a voice of unu sual depth and beauty and Tier visits to Richmond are always a scarce of pleasure to her friends Mr and Mrs Paul Noble returned Monday from a four months visit tqhiis children and other relatives in Decatur Ill Mr Noble formerly lived in above city but so raaay changes have taken place since last he visited hit old home that in attempting to go over tbe town got lost and was compelled to rall on a policeman to pilot him to the residence of bis relatives Tbe Elks up there in Riciinmoad are setting a lively gait tor the oIlier lodges around If there ever wtie popular man It is the Hon Jerry Sul XxalttdRu1er ElksIon his having a third term MI honor no other Exalted Rider hM ever en- jC1edMrSulUfAIa finally gave in and oa CepW eurpneel cU1BloudetuddMaerators declared In a Rrteefal addrwa that they regretted M WM ao4 r ned M tM titty atfjcfct brrV Uw pi n i ssmSUITS THAT FIT RIGHT ARE OUR PRIDE kind for or fitted of Try pur c FOR 8 ure of offering a trunk of silver to him and his wife but as it was they had to fall back on the watch charm which was with their kindest wish es and highest appreciation of his services to the lodge This was a poser to the Exalted Ruler but he rallied game Iy and made the hit of the evening in his speech of thanks A lady tells this story illustrating his courtesy He boards at a hotel and she often applied to him for legal advice One morning at she thought of a she would like to ask him and told her man servant to ask him to step out to her home that morning Almost at Mr Sullivan He inferred from the message reaching him so early that it was something of vital importance and so came to her house at once Time only remark he made about tbe early bird call was My dear Mrs Blank you must all be very early risers liereTattler in Louisville Times We on hand at all times a supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are being operated a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coaland will reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf At the perfectSatisfaction Jellico aud other grades Coal FeeLt Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the e and a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky fOf courses every man wants his clothes to fit right 7 and that next to good wearing- quality r is our strong point We have J exclusive sale of celebrated SteinBloch and Kirschbaum clothing clothing thats world famous for perfection of and four great assortment ofsizes adapted to every peculiarity of shape enables us to fit men of every build Clothes satisfaction easy to find hereJQuality and Price w Fine Suits 10 and Up 3 Good Suits 8 andDown Shoe Satisfaction Tooj Largest stock of mens and boys Shoes in Madison county Hanans Florsheim f Walk Over Bostonian and other famous j brandsevery Sunday dressup workday wears correctly by salesmen experience and skill Shoes GOVINGTON BANKS OUTFITTERS MEN AND BOYS presented daybreak question daybreak appeared keep good solicit Prompt Phone the Fit Fit New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings inWallDecorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from re eS Oeo M Willging209 West Main Street Physical EducationFor Ladies and Gentlemen Try my system of Physical Culture and you will feel like anew creature It is for you Well Man as well as for the sick Curtis Adams Physical Director Studio over Crutchers Shoe Store Telephone 122 IT IS I CLTo YourInterest To call and examine samples of our spring and summer line of Clothing made to your measured Fit and satisfaction guaranteed in every cases Why pay 1000 1200 and 1500 for cheap handmedown suits when you can for the same price have a suit made to your measure that will fit and hold its shaped Give us a trial and be convinced that we are working for your interestalong with our own t 5styles26 different styles of Ladies Low t Shoes I 110 to 350 I 9 StrapSanHalscalf and plain k- id90cto500 t R1QE ARNOLD Main Street Richmond Ky tt U II I t I 1 H ii e Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now getcpont OUt prices to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the latest thing out in a vehicle inting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction C eaTa e DOT 232 e Ctvcs1pH- ONE C rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE Id- aFRESH firoceries AGENTS FOR- Boquet flour Je Richmond Climax fEDSESDAY MYi 1903 The Street Fair at Paris will begin eli Topda Mr Jesse Dykes has resigned as atnaeter lit Terrill this county Iders have been iswed to muster in this citymilitary company Bsibixxl iml imlisrestion are deadly M to gHi health Burdock Blood Stl ys them Ini S ealv rtiwnent elsewhere in this tIe sale of the well known tor and Herring farm in Lancaster lra Brothers are heml itwrters jrlllanps Faust Blend collee and Lr poods of the sane high ttandard iqulityIf1IM H W Miller will go to Lan- r May JOth to deliver the annual yfss to the graduating class of th- eIikr liih School jVirtrif plagues those Itching pet sii iiwa t 01 the skin Put an and misery Doans Ointment cures 1 iv drul store Miller fc Hughes of Lexington tare painted a very handsome sign for L iJkiff which adds consider t establishmett on Third st Ii you need to have your choir iriifl in vocal music Prof J W Hicks late of Louisville is prepared to rjvr you anything ill the Vocal Music be Addregg him at ti Richmond Ky Mr Leslie Rice clerk at E C Wuir drugstore pawed his exnniina tjiL hire the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy Mr Rices many friends IL lie much pleased to hear of his litres Our hats oil to you Dr R nil account of the 5 Kh anniver wyf the Junior Order of American Unics there will be special services allie K Church in tlis city on next Suinlay morning when the entire 1iIwill attend in a body Rev H ii1unier will deliver an address suit all the cxraeion- HV hvc uevershown a larger stock ofOrjaHs Surries Buggies and runa us than we row have on display in fur I1f room Itwill pay you to iaiiin them before buying Ve aUodn n pairing and rejoining in best maimisat iiKxlente prices The best guaranteedfrKiliiiiond Carrie Works f L MIUKIFF Prop Tvr is ilore catarrh in this section dlleaeesfltPtr as iiiiifKiseil to be incurable proItIisitu by constantly iiti nIl e will local treatment hasptrpt manuconstitutionaltr I teaItsystemIany circularslii loledoUhailsrjn Viewed the XRay The entire facnlty of Caldwell High school callod on Dr Sandlin last Thurs day afternoon and viewed his XRay machine LL Last week in this city an embroid ered chemise with the scallop uncut Finder will return same to B W Tur ners store and receive reward Kicked While crossing Main Street in front of the Glyndon Hotel on last Friday Allen the oldest son of Mr and Mrs William Riddell was kicked by a horse and painfully injured Attention Elks There will be an initiation followed by a social session at the lodge rooms on Friday evening All the members are requested to be present and a cot dial invitation is extended to all visit lug Elks Force of Habit Anything else Thank you Call again said Harry Scrivener of the Klondike Store with his politest bow as he pickedup and handed to a lady a bundle she had accidentally dropped on the sidewalk in front of the store Wincbester Sentinel Accident at Barrel Factory Alex Isaacs a cooper at the Hume barrel factory met with an unfortun ate accident which resulted in the loss of three fingers While working about the saw in some way his hand became entangled and beore assistance could reich him his fingers were gone Quite a number of similar accidents have occnred there this year Teachers Examinlnation The examination for white teachers will bo htld at the court house on the third Friday and Saturday May 16 and 17 and for colored teachers on the fourth Friday and Saturday May 22 and 23 beginning at 830 oclock J WM WaGERS County Superintendent Madison Negro Killed in Cincinnati Iij a quarrel Saturday in Cincinnati over a game of cards William Easley and John Henry young colored labor ers who were roommates had a dis pute which resulted in Henry stabbing Easley to death Both men formerly lived in Berea and just recently left that place for the Queen City Henry made good his escape Deer Chase A large crowd went from town last Thursday to witness the deer chase which took place in the Gentry woods four miles east of tills city The chase was of short duration as the deer was caught after a run of about four miles There were about ten dogs entered in the race Mr W G Powells dogs capturing the prize Lexington Firm to Complete Government Building The contract for the erection of the additions to the Federal building m this city has been awarded to Cwch Howard of Lexington lheir bid of 15E9S was the lowest received at the Treasury Department Cloch Howard promise to have the extension completed within five months Work will be begun immediately Call Us up by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it iu good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All workcalled for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc1 before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Renumber Nay 12U Always Rains Friends of the late Col Richard X White will recall his statement reiterated annually that he never kuew it to fail to rain somewhere in Madison county on May 12 This item is written May 11 with a view of testing the prediction and on the strength of are minder of Mr E Tutt Burnam who declares veheineutly that Col White made the statement above attributed to him A little life may be sacrificed to a sudden attack of croup if you dont havi Dr Thomas Electric Oil on hand for the emergency 1m E Deatherage Co Potatoes AWehave just received a car load ofJj Sweet Potatoes which we desire tJclose out at once Early Qhio- tf 3 IL BuBBtrik A IrEarlRjI ii I z t Peerless J tJ KINDS iI IALL SEEDS e EvlfeatherageCo 4J Jt rt New Hanaemeat Messrs B Jouett W P Baxter and T S Todd have leased the Grand bejinnlngJulylsthave had control of the house to a con siderable extent since its opening and Theyhaveattractions and we feel safe In saying that next season Richmond people will be treated to the best shows on the road The Grand is a nice comfortable play houe with stage room for any ordinary aggregation and the new management propose to bring the very best attractions here next year Sponsors Chosen j Time different Elks Lodges over the State are all busy in view of the fact that their State Reunion will be held in Lexington June 16 and 17th Num erous receptions and balls are promised and the occasion will be one round of social pleasure The following lodges have selectedtheir sponsors Winchester Miss Bessie Spahr Mt Sterling Mies Laura Williams Dan yule Miss Addie Mctcalf Georgetown Miss Mamie Stone Cynthiana Miss Margaret Lyne Paris Miss Milda Mc Millan Louisville Miss Emily Veaver Richmond Lodge has not chosen its sponsor Can the Leopard Cruce Its Spots In commenting the proposed es tablishment of the Estill Herald the Irvine correspondent to the Winches ter SanSentinel says in substance that he bears the publisher no ill will but if it bo lila purpose to renovate the political conditions in Estill county he is in a stumpy row This gives us credit for too great an undertaking and appears to indicate that political conditions here in the opinion of the correspondent cannot be changed through the influence of argument or by the pen although the pen is said to be mightier than the sword Then perhaps time application of an ai or maul mightbe the only meansof a reform in ourcounty as viewed by the correspondent Estill County Herald Gatrison Leaves the County Granville Garrison formerly of this county is a man sixty years old and has a wife and several children Recently he decided to remove to Oklahoma and in view of that fact sold his faim to C F Ctienault Co and left immediate ly for the above named place with all the proceeds of his sale leaving his family penniless but with the under standing that as soon as he had settled he would send for them Days passed and as no news came investigation was made DId it was found that Garrison had been joined by a woman from Leslie county who went on west with him Everybody was greatly sur prised to hear of his actions as he was considered a good citizen husband and father It has leaked out also that he purchased two tickers here showing plainly that his plans were fully made and that it was no chance meeting on the way Mils Miller Marries Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller of Louisville sister of Mrs A Wilkes Smith of this city was married Monday in Cincinnati to Mr W H Slaughter Jr a decendant of Daniel Boone The bride has a much greater claim upon Madison county however than her husband albeit his ancestor the immortal Boone founded JJoonesboro this county Mrs Slaughter has writ ten many a column of kindly comment upon the doings of Madison county people in the Tattler column of the Louisville Times whilst furnishing her friends here a neverending source of delight by her poetry and prose in that famous department of the Times The glad and the sad erents of this com munity have afforded inspiration for someof her most beautiful productions and because she gave so freely and lavishly from the storehouse of her heart and brain to us we pay her here this poor tribute of gratitude andes teem May God bless her union with the man of her choice and may they live long and prosper is the wish of many Madison county friends Old Fiddlers Contest On last Thursday nightat time Grand Opera House an old fiddlers contest was held An enthusiastic audience was present and listened with untold pleasure to those oldtime airs as play ed by oldtime fiddlers NQne of the modern violin airs were heard but such tunes as Arkaustvw Traveler and Mississippi Sawyer the tune by which onr sirs danced in ye olden times Fiddlers from many of the adjoining counties were present and took pait in the contest Theorizes were awarded to time following William Terrill Bourbon county Arkansaw Traver Alex Martin Rowland Mississippi Sawyer R TA Bax ter city Big mule Clias Covlngton city Waynesbnrg B A Baxter city first prize best liddlej playing his own selection W Welches second prize R A Baxter secured prize for best family of fiddlers The oldest fiddlers prize was award ed to Mr Green B T rsly and the youngest to Edwin Gobi The prizes for time handsomest and homeliest fiddlers were awarded to Alex Martin and R A Baxter respectively Altogether the entertainment was greatly enjoyed by all present JlcF ODiamonds Sold Mr Mat S Cohen hasjsold the echo brated show geldlngJaqk ODiamonds to Thomas P Dunn of St Louts for 3000 Speaking of this sale the Kan Bas City Horse Show Mejnthly says Let not Kentucky look thU year To take blue ribbons back For bouid It plan to JaY the deuce Missouri hat the Ja Missouri will look well to her saddle horse laurels this sessojn in the show ring and for several to borne and issues her defiance to all rivals for the honors of the gaited class vhjch she expects to gather through the medium ot a rand young horse wrested prom Kentucky soil by a wleo St Lotmls fancier who means that Missouri shall brook no second place In saddle horse annals if he can prevent it This apropos ol time purchase of Mr Thomas Dunn thew illknown owner of that tried priza win ler Red Bud of the chestnut saddle elding Jack 0 Diamonds of Mat S Cohen of Rich mend Ky late last m until Jack 0 Diamonds was seen jt the St Louis show last fall and crl lies pounced on him at once as a ti Hiring notable in saddle fields He i rdn the chiding class in a walkover at dpntup a mag nificent show in the c tItS for best stat lion mare or gelding taking second to Jlontgomery Chief Mr Cohen gives lIt CIIMAX time fol lowInBanswerlo the auove verse from the Horte filipJlMon thy All yea aliiatackt DoEot Ihitalet hove AmioBfc re dealt to you the Jkck Ybecekupm raleeve- C t Wanted A house for rent byj steady responsible tenant Charles F Walthers ma 132t Richmond Ky At Work The ladies class in physical culture under the direction of Prof K P Adams and sister Mies Lucy began work yesterday morning The new quarters over U W Turners are well suited for the work and a good deal of enthusiasm is exhibited by the class Will Begin Work Tab Week The Moberly Tiling and Manufacturing Co locate at Moberly Station six miles east of this pity will begin oper ation this week This firm which was recently incorporated with Wilson Tate Stagner Bros T J Smith and George W Webber as incorporators will prove a valuable addition to that largeTheand 1500 tiling per day and will em ploy from fifteen to thirty men Curtis Jctt Arrested Curtis Jett was arrested Sunday morning at the home of his mother Mrs Lenvillo Higgins near mouth of Muddy creek in thlcounty on the charge of assassinating James 11 Mar cum lost Monday at Jackson Ky The arresting officers were Sheriff Wood son McChord and a posse who accom panied him from Winchester On al- riving at his mothers home Jett threatened to shoot his step father who did not want him to remain at the house Sheriff McCbord and his pOSfe found Jett in bed and the arrest was accomplished without incident The prisoner was taken to Winchester and lodged in jail Th Summer School The College of Music of Cincinnati has decided to hold a Summer School from June 15th to July 31st with in struction in all departments The sum mer school is intended For those earnest seekers after musical knowledge who by reason of their teaching during the regular season are unable to study during that time For those who by reason of their arduous school duties are unable to progress rapidly in their musical studies during time regular school term and who therefore in a few weeks of study wholly devoted to music will derive much future pleasure and profit For those who having studied much in past years are now somewhat isolat ed and need the inspiration to bexle rived from contact with the experi ences and minds of others whose mu sical lives have fallen in pleasant placesFor those who desire inspiration from riper musicians in the playing of the r6pertoire which they already hate in hand For those who wish to prepare them selves for entrance into the academic department of the College of Music for next year Shot While Discharging His Duty Last Saturday evening about eight oclock Policeman Timothy OKe J was shot and seriously wounded by Charley James Mr ONeil was re turning from Lake Reba where he had spent tIme day fishing and when nearing the old fair grounds his attention was attracted by James and a colored man Ed Terrill who wero quarreling ONeil got out of his buggy and ad vanced toward the men and when within a few feet of them was halted by James who presented his shot gun at the policeman with ordersnot to ad vance on him Mr OXeil endeavoring to pacify the intoxicated wan halted and attempted to reason with James and persuade him to surrender his gun or else go on home whither he had started aud cease the disturbance After a considerable amount of talking without any effect Mr ONeil attemp tei to go closer to James who again threatented to shoot the policeman un less he stood back Mr ONeil was in formed br Samuel soilof Charley James that the gun was not loaded and that he need not tear being shot He started away and then asked ONeil to come to where he was as he wished to talk to him ONeil started to him and James raised his gun threatening again to shoot At this juncture ONeil informed James that he would let him ro until morning bnt then he would be arrested and made to suffer for the disturbance he had created Evidently mercyJamesand bringing his gun to his shoulder fired point blank at ONeil the load taking effect In ONeils left hand tear ing it into shreds The wounded man was immediately taken to his home whore DrsGibson aud Bales amputated time injured member at the wrist Some of the shot struck ONeil in the groin but no serious trouble will result from these wounas Sheriff Wagers Deputy Sheriff Colyer and Policeman De vore promptly pursued the assailant captured and lodged him in jail Mr ONeil has the sympathy of the public all regretting that such a brave and efficient officer and citizen should be maimed for life while in the discharge of his duty Madison InstitutaNotes Mr B W Trimble of Mt Sterling editor of the Advocate was one of our recent visitors The prospects for a ful school next year arc at present very bright Lar ger attendance even than that of the present session is expected The reception given by the seniors last week was a brilliant affair The large assemblage of friends of the school expressed themselves as highly pleased Among the number were several from other parts of the State The Institute orchestra received quite a number of compliments on their excellent music The very noticeable improvement in the parlors library and readingroom were also the subject of very favorable comment Other Improvements will be made in the near future Those who are to participate In the closing exercises are busily engaged in rehearsing for thu music recitals and the operetta Pres J W McGarvey Sr of Lexington will deliver the bacca laureate sermon in time Christian church Sunday May 24 at 11 a m The following Monday and Tuesday nights music recitals will be given In time In stitute chapel to which public Is invited On Wednesday night a beauti ful operetta will be given at the Grand Opera House which promises to bo the finest entertainment of the kind ever given in Richmond On the morning of the same day May 27 Class ex arctses will be held by the senlorsin our chapel beginning 10 oclock Thurs day the 28th is Jornmnencememmt Day The exercises will be held in the Chris tin church beginning at 10 oclock The gradnatlug class consists of Misses Edith SearcyMarj Scott Martha White Mary Leo Colyer Toniinle West and Cricket Terrell of Madisea county and Miss Stella W Lewis of UncolapHB MlM Myra Walker of Fleminbirg kHdHissEvelvHe Width of Tee iessee Tto address on title occasfdawlll be delivered by Robert Lbsaaaal Mow M- JilaYJrllIotoaeot the fismatorMoiaia 12 Lt Last Will of Walter nason The will of Walter S Bronston was Lexiuinstrument is gfven below The will B not was written in lead pencil taringcratic nomination for Mayor The bulk of the estate consists of insurance of one LifeInturance purposeof testalorcarried15O0thisinmamraucohia nephew Walter Chenault His sisters nephews nieces and mother are among the beneficiaries C J Bronston Is named as executor of tho will and qualified The instru ColJohuiandWillacoestateTimejustJeOtspolicylmelti bethuston Should this not be sufficient time5cooLife Insurance Company Whatever remains of this 5000 livingIfher death shall be divided equally be OldhamMrsthu wife of my brother J B Bronston and my niece Sallie Brons ton All the residue of my estate except as set out below shall be equaly divid ed between the above named five parties My book case pictures libra rYscrap book and cut glass shall be SailleBronstonty in my room shall go to inv brother lav W D Oldham My watchchain and charm etc shall go to my nephew William Bronston The policy tor SlOOO in the New York Life payable to Walter Chenault shall he held bv his mother as trustee without bond if legal Should my brother C J Bron ston decline to take the 2000 paid out by him for me then this amount shall bn regarded as a debt against my estate and shall be paid out of either the 10 000 New York Life policy or the 5000 Union Central policy to my nephew bybiehn is my wish that this will be not probated unless it becomes legally ne censary If broken in any particular tho entire shall be null and void I demure to be buricd in the Lexington cemetery W S BKOSSTOS Codicil If for any reason my brother C J Bronston cannot act as executor of my estate it is my will that F C Eltin act as such without bond and that he be allowed the usual fees and commissions charged in such cases W S BRONBTOX 1901 May iFully proven on oaths of F Clay Elkin and John R Allen to be wholly in the proper handwriting of testator and ordered to record R L BAKER Clerk New Way of Coasting Its a specimen of the way the prima ry was conducted in this State last Saturday we quote Judge Thos H Payn ter a Justice of the Court of Appeals whovoted at Greenup- I dont understand the new method ot counting said Judge Paynter but I do know that I as well as my son voted for Thomas N Arnold for Sup erintendent ot Public Instruction and the returns show that only one vote was cast for Mr Arnold in this precinct A Wooden oa Wheels Monday a traveling freak bicyclist struck Richmond and gave the most wonderful exhibition ot trick riding ever seen here Among many daring and marvelous feats he rode standing on his head in the saddle and propelled himself by the motion of his legs as if swimming in the air Then too he rode about the street on a plain wagon wheel having nothing to stand on except time hub He is the best performer over in these parts Don Wiggins not excepted The Crimary Election Returns from nearly all tho counties indicate that the following hayebeen certainly nominated For GovernorJ C W Beckham Lieutenant GovernorW P Theme of Henry connt- yJnditorS W Hager of Boyd TreasurerH M Bosworth of Fay ettts Secretary of Stabh V McChes ney of Livingston Superintendent of Public Instruction J IL Fuqua of Logan Commissioner of Agriculluie Hub ert Vreeland of Jefferson The race for Clerk of the Court of Appeals is close with both Morgan Cbinn of Mercer and R L Greene claiming it Chairman Young con siders Mr Greenes nomination and sayi his plurality will be about 2000 The race for Attorney General is left In doubt by the returns so far received- N B Hays and Willard Mitchell are the leaders- The race for Superintendent of Public Instruction is close enough to be chang ed by fuller returns VOTE IN MADfSON COUNTY For Governor n Beckham 77 2073 Heudrick 71 For LieutGovernor Thcrne 534 Renick 1762 For Attorney General Mitchell ff9 Hays 1654 Julian 232 Carol 46 For Auditor Hajrcr 30 Chenault 2378 FdrTreasurer Bosworth 958 Griffith 1186 Richardson 55 Public Instruction Watk 71 Fuqtia v 187 Welkins i V 7- 8Arnoldi1 8cO- Sugj vy 1005 Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland T 447 Hedger 579 Frazee 1081 Clerk of Court of Appeals Chinn 643 Greene 1648 D6ATHb 6rrn Mr James M Smith died lRst eek at his home in Danville after a severe illness Deceased WM 57 Yea s old and spent several years of his i fe ia this city where hk wife was apiBilnent dress maker His death was lueto paralysis with which he waF stricken about five weeks ago IfOsurylveahlmnaasThe daughter of rs May Meeks died Sfttattky after aati Kt Ilines of wheopiajr eongh This TrtlViMOMl child lo tta ki Ula family wHtfjof ten days aJ itthcr ie so o ite death k MipatttJ fM My J 7 p it it RELIOIOUS Rev Oscar C Brown of Ford will preach at Proyidence church Winston andlundayThe Methodist church fat FI1lmouthI has recently suffered a 500 The regular monthly business meet ins of the Epworth League will be hold tonight at the M E church A full attendance is desired Ira D Saiikey tho sweet singer of Israel and companion of Dwight L Moody is arid to be totally and per manently blind Rev Neander M Woods D D of Louisville is a delegate to the Preaby terian Council which meets in June 1904 in Liverpool England Dr Woods Is an uncle of Mr 0 E Wood of this city As soon as the first really respectable church edifice is erected in Richmond all the other congregations will follow suit until our city noted for its beautiful honied will have as deserved a reputation for its beautiful houses of God jtraveyardsDrmen and women to a happy vigorous old age u- nPERSONAL Lexingtonlost Dr L H Blanton of Dnnville was in time city last week Dr H 0 Jasper left yesterday for a fishing trip to Arkansas Mrs John W Arnold is visiting her parents in Mt Sterling Mies Anne Milward of Lexington is the guest of Mrs C M Kelfogg Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker are at home from a visit to Louisville Mrs Gilbert Grinstead is convalescing from a serious attack of fever LexIngtonIsMrs James W Smith returned on Thursday from a visit to Louisville Mrs Ollie Gregory Shaw of Winchester has been visiting her mother Miss Margaret Raybnrn is the guest of Mis H li Scrivner in Winchester Mr and Mrs T T Covington spent Sunday with the latters parents at SpearsMrs Anderson Chenault and son E Aare visiting Harvey Chenault at Conway Mr J Ellison Brock of St Louis visited his brother Prof H H Brock last week Mr and Mrs Mat S Cohen have returned from a visit of several weeks to Hot Springs Ark Mrs Clark Kellogg was the guest last week of her mother Mrs R C Morgan in Lexington Miss Lelia Harris spent last Sunday with her brother Mr J B Harris and family in Winchester Mrs Charles Geffinger of Harrods burg spent last Thursday and Friday with Mrs R A Woolums Mr Win 0 Chenault is spending a week with his daughter Mrs Dan S Harber on West Main street Mrs G G Prewitt attended the funeral of her brother Mr Walter Scott Bronston in Lexington last week WashinJtonCityof Miss Julia Higgins on Second street Elizabeth the little daughter of Mr quiteliiMr and Mrs Thomas E Arnold who have spent the winter in Florida are expected home the last of this weelr Mrs Vernon Beggs of St Louis formerly Miss Mable Terrill arrived last Thursday night for a visit to relatives Mrs Guy D Welton and son Philips of Sault Ste Marie Michigan are guests of Mrs Harry B Hanger at Ar lington Mrs Sallie Cobb Webb and little daughter of Louisville are the guests of her father Mr Harvy Cobb near Red House Myra D Walker will represent Mad ison Institute in the 10th Annual Elocutionary contest to be held at Stan ford June 19th PimeipsEtnbrv MondayWInchester Miss Carlisle Walker is at home from a visit to New Orleans and Huntsville Ala Site has as her guest Miss Alice Patton of the latter place Lexingtonlast Saturday en route to Waco to see his father Mr Thomas Davis youngAttorney TurleyCovinMrs Louise Elgin expects to return the last of the week to her home in accompaniedson Lynn daughtersMisstslast week from Cannon City Col where they have been for several months past Mr James S Crutcher and bride nee Miss Margaret Chenault returned home last Thursday night from their atMrtown Misses Susan McRoberta and Dovie Letcher and Messrs George McRob erts and Archie Bell of Danville drove through to this city last Friday andiMrs Harry Hanger of Richmond arrived yesterday and is the guest of Miss Fanny McChesney Mr 0 D Chenault and son Mr Joseph Chen yesterdayfromLexington Democrat Mrs Thomas Chenault Miss Elizabeth Taylor and Miss Florie Chenault returned home yesterday alter a short visit to Lexington They dame to at tend the theater Friday evening and PhoenixHotelLexlngton Miss Magaret Clayton returned Mon day to her home in Beattyville after a most pleasant weeks visit to Mrs Allene Jackson Boggs Miss Claytons solo at the M E church on Sunday was much enjoyed by a large congregation She posesses a voice of Unusual depth and beauty and her visits to Richmond are always a source of pleasure to her friends Mr and Mrs Paul Noble returned Monday from a four months visit to his children and other relatives in Decatur 111 Mr Noble formerly lived in the above city but so many changes have taken place since he vWted his old home that in attempting to go over the town got was compelled to call on a policeman to pilot him to the residence of his relatives The Elks up there in KiebmoBd Ky are sotting a lively gator the other lodges around If there evec WM a popular man It is the Hon Jerry Sul has been elected Exalted HCCeJIlouIpaid no heed to them bot aUtsd up on having a third torn M honor enjoyedand on his ccepUiwe WM Rwprieel when reeentodlth amnitcefttdIamoBdettidde Elk charmThmembers declared grMwfal aAnut sitIrid ar pt Mt 1 IeusuhTs THAT FIT RIGHT ARE OUR PRIDE t kind for by and our c MEN AND BOYS ure of offering a trunk of silver to him and his wife but as it was they had to fall back on the watch charm which was presented with their kindest wish es and highest appreciation of his serv ices to the lodge This was a poser to the Exalted Ruler but he rallied gamely and made the hit of the evening in his speech of thanks A lady tells this story illustrating his courtesy He boards at a hotel and she often applied to him for legal advice One morning at daybreak she thought of a question she would like to ask him and told her man servant to ask him to step out to her home that Almost at daybreak Mr Sullivan appeared HP inferred from the message reaching him BO early that it was something of importance and so came to her house at once Time only remark he made about the early bird call was My dear Mrs Blank you all be very early risers hereTattler in Louisville Times We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek from the new mines that are be ing operated a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coaland will reduce coal bills nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades lime Etc We are still in the e and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Service and Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky Of course every man wants his clothes to A fit right and that next to good wearing- quality T is our strong point We have J exclusive sale of the celebrated SteinBloch and Kirschbaum clothing clothing thats A world famous for perfection of Fit and our great assortment of sizes adapted to C every peculiarity of shape enables us to fit men of every build L Clothes satisfaction easy to find hereJFit Quality and Price Fine Suits 10 and Up J Good Suits 8 andDown Shoe Satisfaction Too Largest ofments and boys Shoes in Madison county Hanans Florsheim tw WalkOver Bostonian and other famous brandsevery Sunday dressup or workday weary correctly fitted salesmen of experience skill Try Shoes GOVINGION BANKS OUTFITTERS FOR morning vital must Coal your Coal Feect Sand Cement Prompt Good Weight Warehouse tI stock New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings inWall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from St 1tc s OeD M Wiliging209 West Main Street Physical EducationFor Ladies and Gentlemen PhysicalCulture new creature It is for you Well Man as well as for the sick Curtis AdamsPhysical o Studio over Crutchers Shoe Store Telephone 122 = IT IS 01 1J is To Your Interestt To call and examine samples of our spring and summer line of Clothing made to your measured Fit and satisfaction guaranteed in every cases Why pay 1000 1200 and 1500 for cheap handmedown suits when you can for the same price have asuit made to your measure that will fit and hold its shaped Give us a trial and be convinced that we are working for your interestalong with our own We are showing J8 different styles of Ments Low Shoes sles to 5 26 different styles of Ladies Low JI Shoes jf j 110 to 350 J 9 StrapSandalscall and plain kid 0cto500 RICE ARNOLDMain street Richmond Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOBHST3 IiW MILLER ATTOlLNsyaTLt RICHMOND KESTCCKT Office n tho Bnrnam Building next door to armor National Bank feb3ly S1ILLrv NJA ATTORNJYATLAW- LICIIMOND KENTUCKY Office over State flank Trust Go opposite Court House on Main street J O DM OITENAULT ATTORNEYS A T LA If RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AUorrieyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY E gOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOUNBYS AND- COUNSELLOUS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofliee In John Dennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PSYSIOIAKS OilS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUltGEOXS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Otfe in the Dr lIotMOB buiMing MioStreet IL C J1SJJZIIM D Medicine and Surgery Otlrea StuulTer Buildincr Main Street ru at rtsidce tlbc OIIr lace Bmtdwajr U1IKON KrUCrY W EVANS M D PlIYSIClAN AND SUHOHON RlCilMOND 1 KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 tMrs E OVance D 0 WI Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust B g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE OradMt Southern School or OsUitopathy DENTAL SUSQHilT Dv OaUuVvuc V Co5Scm DrTIsT OF LOUISVILLE KT toM ffioe cTt door to Government Building aiehmSnd Ky OlSoe hours 9 to 121 to novKly r v M Blanton z DENTIST aaOffiee iu Bennett Building IlBl TBLBPnOSK 16 DIt IANDMAN Hotel Glyndou- Vtdneaihiy Nay III IJ03 Kodol ysesaDi- gcst UPG wha you cit ATTfNTION We liavo moved our produce business from the East Uud of Main street to the Garnott House storeroom on Second street where we will bo glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continuo to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS 4SBcond street 2Pjanlv RICHMOND KY 020 EWinuta Co gb u e For Coughs Colds and Croup Imllli Atlantic Sulroii DAILY EX SUNDAY TBAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VcrcalllesJLatTreneeburg Shel Lex ngton am and Cincinnati 35p mForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington nd IlMam mFromFrom Millers Greek + 8SQam O St BROWNING ata Mgr KYURichmond Ky Stops the Cough and Works o2 the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence JJfJf K p UJJWe are pleased to elate that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbncble I Simmons climond Hearer Hamilton Waco O Flood Red House J W Masters Valley View J V Whitlock Baldwin NewbyBurtonJ WTeater Hilenton CottonbnrgLe C McWharter Vcllaccton Blckner iEarly JT Coy Next to the Proper Test wnes the proper glasses W can do what is right with regard to tho tost mid the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our tock of Optical Goods is so largf and complete that we can fill immediately all demands Jor jjlassflS not of a very unusual streiiRih For those it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old stand If STANDARD Rotary Shuttle A rSewing Machine ETAKDASD LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMaclimes stitch Two machines in one Run as silent as the ticking of a watch Run onethird lij hterand feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRANT with automatic drop head swell front woodwork and ball bearings is the grandest machine ever offered to the publicFor cheaper machine tho New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the mOtley We also manufacture upCallbo convite- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 21 W 7th st Cincinnati O Sitto Interest You Certainly we can Every farmer and houje keeper in Madi siii county will need something in our line To the farmer we particularly call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters Mew Western Cultivators cropsnut15t 138xts ttQue u CooVivxv Soes And other kitchen funniture Our lineof Hardware is second lOfinolS in Kentucky and our prices will astonish you We carry the goods you must have and will interest you if you will call and get our prices before placing orders for anything in this line We are also agents for the celebrated itecO axrt 8joW v which is the finest and most durable wagon on the andGutteringners in Kentucky having charge pf this department Call andilgtius qubt you prices and we will make of 1you an e friend and customer LTAYLOR BROS New York Fashions The violet is regnant in millinery this spring Chiffon hats are the rage They come in dainty shapes shired and tucked in fetching nothingIflowers and perhaps a ribbon rosette or two as trimmiug For young misses there are oute little jackets in straight shapes made to basque slightly below the waist in back and slightly more in front They are finished with small turnover velvet collars Old style reticule bags of brocade and of velvet em broidered with beads are revived Some of the prettiest rib bons for summer wear are those of gauze with satin edge One charming specimen has a black ground with delicately colOIed flowers patterned thereon and satin edges halt auinch wide Some fetching linen collars have soft embroidered linen turnover in front and close in backPretty markers for under wear are small initials in me dallsoni They are on a white satin foundation embroidered around the edge and the initials either in pink white blue or any preferred color are in the centre A charming hat shown by wideIgreen straw mixed with black che nille marking a very smart braid Around inside of the crOwn is a velvet bandeau It is wreatched with small pink roses and dainty buds and foliage and is a dream of millinery For young girls just entering their teens there are threequarter length box coats smartly strapped Some hats are made wholly of geraniums and their foliage or violets and their leaves Black lizardskin bags have small gold corners French challies make love ly shirt waists The best qualities possess the desirable merit of keeping their colors even with frequent launderings In this respect they are superior to fine or gandies Some patterns are exquisiteone in particular showing tiny rosebuds ot different styles on a white ground The daintiest possible waist effects are sought by matrons as well as maids All the romance practically goes out of life for a woman when her youthful lines and curves melt into relatively shapeless largebutshe is all right The R G corset is constructedand curved and stayed in a man ner to preserve a goodshape and make a bad shape good while leaving intact the health andcomfort of its wearer Smart women favor this matchless make of corset above all others Albatross and batiste make pretty evening waists The crepelike consistency of the albatross especially commends it on the other hand the batisteia prettyespecially for childrens hats A smart jewel case is of red leather heavily overlaid with repousse work in silver which shows glimpses of the red here and there r ThoughtsThesuggestive of innocence and health jnseparablebehooves every woman to bring the onthethalperiod FrIendIs onlyLit being n friend to her ofsuspcnseanclautidpatioxiFlutbers theCb1preeIltingaiiBcIcs straining with the burden milrelax and elastic from its containedapphicntzon J in the abdominalregion will respond rcdily to eapandirg cover sFricslisOf all reliable druggists zoo per bottle r Write for fxce oss unetlledH04 IK MABFKUI MMKATM HAfJtriA1A 11IQ Worlds Best Medicine PAINES CELERY COMPOUND Has Made People Well When Every Other Remedy Has Failed drreaseItIt has made the weak strong vigorous and happy Celery Compound purifies the Jjlood and builds up the nervous system as nothing else can do it is preeminenlly the great life girer and health maker Ovcnvoiked and tired women stand in ur gent need of this health giving prescription to make and keep them well All women should take advantage of the remarkable power of this best of medicine for icstoring to the systemTheallimportant CdelCompoundand by correcting digestion and regulating the nerves it insures sound refreshing sleep In every case of sickness Paines Celery Com brinlbnckmore Ohio saved by Paines Celery Compound after the failures of able physicians gratefully writes as follows I suffered for eight years with nervous prostration and the general debility common to women and had such pains in my back that I could not get around the house I used several remedies and consulted several of the best physicians without obtaining any relief Paincs Celery Compound restored me to health thatIcine for their children iMarnond I Dyes For- home Use a They Me Clothes sew J Direction book and djed film free DIAMOND DYES iG Burlington Vt At Bloomington Ind thir tyeight unmasked men broke into a house and whipped two white girls and a negro than The older girl and the negro were whipped with a barbed wire Some of the whitecaps were recognized and warrants will be sworn out by the vie time The Wastes of the Body Every seven days the blood muscles and bones of a man of average size loses two pouuds of uornotit tissue Tills waste cannot be replenished and the health and strength knpt up without perfect digestion When the storu pelformdown health gives way and sets up Kodol Dyspepsia bles the stomach and digestive organsI to digest and assimilate all wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that rebuilds tbe tissues antI protects the health and strong of the mind ttud JOlly Kodol cures indigestion dyspepsia alld all stomach troubles It is an ideal spring tonic SoM by E C Wines Ira A tract of 83000 acres of ranch land has been opened to settlement by the Boer colony near Santa Rosalia ChiluahuaMexicoA Riser now and then at bedtime will cure con troubieDeVittsfamous little pills that cure by arous ing the secretions moving the bowels gently yet effectually and giving such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the causa of the trouble is removed entirely and if their use is continued for a few days there will he no return of tile complaint Sold by E 0 Wines 1m 6752 burial permits have been issued by the city of Lexington since the estab lishment of the bureau ofvi tal statistics in 1893 The XRays Recent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the X Rave established it as a fact that catarrh of the Stomach is not a disease of itself but that it results from re peated attacks of indigestion How EodoDyspepsiaIt will cure you ot indigestion and dys pepsia and prevent or cure catarrh of the stomach Kodol digests what you SoldbyJohn D Rockefeller owing to persistent playing of golf has about recovered a stom ach equal to the one he wanted to give one million dollars for The game has likewise proven a hair restorative in his case Anything that can perform to such feats as these is worthy of being in corporated into a trust and charged for by the minute A Sure Thing exceutdenthgethor true lr Kings New Discov for consumption is a sure cure firerr lung and throat troubles Tliour nude can testify to that Sirs C It VnnMetro of ShepherdtoXvn W Va bronchitis botdEinfallibleformonia and consumption Try it Its bottiesUnreasonable weather play ed havoc with Georgia fruit prospects Estimates of from one fourth to onehalf the av erage crop are made by the growers j From a Cat Scratch- on the arm to the worst sort of a burn Salveiszel Salve be particular to jet DeWitie wthouileaving protruhilgpileSuit Three persons are dead and twentyeight others injured some fatally as the result of an explosion in a torpedo man ufacturing plant intY Cleveland Windows quartei ola mile away were broken by tie shock of the explosion AJJ but thretf of the victims were outside the factory I tc George Williamson Craw ford of Birmingham Ala a Negro was one of the winners in the Francis Wayland prize debate at Yale W R Vice for years Pa cific coast agent of the Union Pacific railrOad at San Fran cisco is missing and said to be short in his accounts If you buy a Majestic Range you will not have to telephone us to come und take it out as the Majestic people Uu not make that kind Of course if your Range is not satisfactory we will Wake Is but such an occurence never hnppons with the Majestic fob 23 4m Arbuckles Simmons When you see a dollar you quite naturally pick it lip as quickly as pos sible A dollar saved Is just na Rood aij a dollar found We can not tell you where to got to pick up dollars but we can assure you that buying jewelry of ui will mean many a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody elea in town aiid you will agree that this is true tf LELANE Tho Garnet Hotel has recently publitthis rates Would appreciate your pa tronage Respectfully mar 4 3m It G Eagle Proprietor Bloc Gus Land For Rent grnzinbluegrassapr 1tf Harvey Chennult ++ + CALL AT + + + + + JONES MERSH01L SALOON PARLOR THEN IN TOWN Coolest rind most refreshing of drinks that can be foun dispensedbydation lItanies Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSS Phone 3 Second St 8 Nothing has ever equalledit a Nothing can ever surpass it Dro Kings DiscoveryII A Perfect fl For All Throat and 8lWeak HeartsAre due to indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple indiges ofhearttraceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken into the stomach Which fails of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased rtcrnacbtroubletoith It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about tout months and It cartd me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles onlr 3100 Size holdlnc 254 times the trial size which sells for SOe Prepared by E O DeWITT CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas RiehMn No 187121 S H R In offering the services of this young stallion to the Public we have no hesitation in saying that we believe lie is one of the best general utility horses doing public service today in Kentucky His style action ize and breeding cer tainly entitle him to rankwith the best He combines theblood of three of the best sires that ever did service in Kentucky viz Old 1caiaeBack54u1 rel and KIng Richard There are few horses that carry as much of Old Peavino blood as this horse Lou Chief the 3500 mare was broil on dams side like this horse being out of a marc bv Old Feavine llichkiii is ont of ono of Old Peavlnes best daughters She could troth miloin her 3ycar old form in 225 aud only for an accident at tlrat nge would have taken n low record Pedigree lUchliin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Fnll brothelS to Cerro Gordo Dam Miss Richmond si Icing Richard be by Old ImpPhaetoulst A S Un by Old Peavine 2iul tam by Wnrreif Harris ieninarjc 2rd Dam by the Jim Hoguelyi marc Description Iticbkin Is a beautiful red sorrel 10 hands high foaled April 20 1900 nnd weighs 1200 Ibs hn has the makeup fineness antI action ot a Mnairbowe In breeding he hagnt a mean cross and is bound to piO1a superior sire make LerrnstleSeasoiy o l03- n the One 11 Miller farm otf- 3n3SJilpile Ma Silver Crepkli 7 miles Sbitn of JUchmotid ut2Oto Insure n LivingiGohTS- loney Due trtli cases when fir ire Is partcFwitil or bredvto nnbther la1et1A11car6 iijBoiIdtlf f RBUCKLE LETCHER pfl WtKY Si r Miss Alice Bailey of Atlanta Ga iii tells how she was permanently cured of inflammation of the ovaries andescaped the surgeons knife by the use of Lydia E Pinldiams Vegetable CompoundT- he universal indications the approach of womans great enemy inflam byashooting pains On examination it may be found that the region of pain will show ovariesDEARrestored health and happiness Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound has brought into my life I had suffered for three years with terrible pains at the time of menstruation and did not know what the trouble was until the doctor operationIfollowingweekin such an emergency and so I decided to try it Great was my joy to takingiteighteen pounds and was in excellent health and am now bestwishesMts3 EPlhkhaws II DEAK Ins PiiuiAMI cannot thank you enough for what your Vegetable Com pound has done for inc If it not been for your medicine I think I would have died couldhardlystruation was irregular At last I had to stay in my bed and flowed so badly that they sent for a doctor who said I had In gothroughme but I could not do that yoursSSeaLk Lydia E Pinldmms Vegetable 1 Compound and I am now a well woman I shall praise your medicine ns long as I live and also recommend tile same to anyone suffering a- 3wasMrs III ltE Tloso Otho Iowa EPinkliams l RoBIanton DEALER IN CoaL Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsoiyr Phone 85 MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys J Jj H 7 i1 Memphis and For LSKINSwlD I II CARSIl 0 Dlst Pus Agt EOH lEE PfTI Cincinnati Otis 1 Utile Sort Artasm = FLOURiWhere are you going my pretty ruiid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty mai i 1 Why Elli Patent of COUl saidtThen Ill go with you my pretty 1 You 11 never e1CIlt 1SIr sheiaid And he never repented in all his Ijjfe For he took Elliston Patent F1liorne to his wife MADE BY t H Ellistoni2 Mill Cinpany J663 STACO KY Ylf TT eard mc hCc Ii 20 PERCENT OFON STOVES r i s 20 per cent can be saved by buying Stove of any description us your We in carload Wecansaveyouthefreight 4ts t I WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR fireat Majestic Rang HealYoufare us is al recan e one in this or any other to- wnHARD t WAR OUR LINE OF Rarming Implement Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Dip- only perfect Disc Plow 27 Made Right Is Right Runs Right The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that you to investigate Tin Roofing Gutterli pairing done promptly by experienced VO kn Arbuckle Simmori 20 PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l 7- TM BT-r 9S ii cniolndi oli LoiiU aAU jSOlLY LiNE TOTUE FAMOUS ffEfITffl fUlllJI 1Rf1CiiIr N sf5I nIzfvBA LLt Y itJ1j Illinois Central Railroad Very Low OneWay Rates t- oCALIFORNIAIs And the Northwest Daily to June J5 1903 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville- to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas I Special ia Ronniltii Jli3 oofinlalldliT in each nniitii Southand South Arkansas Inia Territory Oklato and 1 exas 1495 Louisville to New Orleans and Return May Ibta Confederate Veterans Reunion For Folder and descriptive mutter of California aLllr lars descriptive of lands in the South and bcniklyt Orleans and through tickets apply to nearest Jtl or address F W HARLOW D P J tIsr r r t tORSETf are the make in the world with particI r ld fmodelsforeycrypossiblebuildoffig lre 1y bu 2as andan absolutely exact fit There are over tit styles The Erect Form follows your own contour 5t press upon the tust r abdomen but gives a t the person by keeping the shoulders in str5lCbti Erect Form 913 and 701 Vet medium ti Erect Form 97a same as a1xe bul flCI lioeLOOlot average ItgUrr ICItErect Form 902 For stout tigurn LonzCN abdomen and hips 3eC 0 Erect Farm 96G Forfull 6guresil Erect Form 970 For medium flgUC kIbatistc1ikc973I t Form 15030 J7J n rmoddortl GhuntrProp tS2 Style i3 aJ44 Jtalldnlcnll =lIOtstPIJumUODIIImeoH r Weingrten Bros 377379 NQothcrc the placctth w n End Form ACSI Q II WBow tWtt 3hofnft Both Disk Tmd Shoe I IIClISUDUfG MACffiN Kent ClDisK Drill ntcrchnneabI00 ALL SIZES FtIOiI 0 22 01 With cr without FeO sGrit Proof BeJri02sto 20901Pexfect dthsacant th dia Seed Bed ecod Caps Prompt ShI11A1 Send for and Cat3Z I oBhoTUii LUbe Dr 5e See Se See St You t Euiry TeasooI Tables Ruin an e bare tha w ia and ordrt we ncw- and Fii2ga MAIN I Ship t 4 iGt gr 44t I Pl olB ngKitcheJ CC