You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 11, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 ric1904051101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 11, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. IPart One J 1904 51 Gents Goods v Crutcher Tribble the leading of our the itizensof this and adjoining counties to call and inspect their vast line of priug Goods These gentle men nave on display a stock of goods equal to that carried hy any similar business house in Central Kentucky Dont cheat yourself by missing from this ale of seasonable goods of highest merit They are showing threat assortments in new and novelties ofun such gtods as are known the world over as the best bargains that prove their worth in use that look bigger mt of the store thin in come ind see this stock that is a guiding star for fair and lion rst values They solicit a of all goods and prices knowing you will find t heir line the best and the heapest For variety and their line is the very best and affords a wide range for select tions Their superb assortment of Collars Shirts Un S derwear Neckwear Boots and Shoes for ladies and gentle men was never more com plete than this spring and it is a pleasure for these gentlemen to show their goods whether you wish to purchase or not When in Richmond dont fail to make this store your Owen Dry Goods Etc l Doinga nice steady business without fuss or flurry because the sterling methods adopt ed and enforced have won for it public confidence The Mc Kee responds faithfully to all needs in dry goods notions and furnishing goods In the lines carried it is the constant aim of the to keep abreast of the times in the markets S latest so thatthe stock is bright with seasona ble and accepted styles and abounds in merit in all staple lines because it contains stan dard males and established qualities A vast and varied stock is carried the assortment all that is best in American and Euro pean merchandise Only such goods are hand led as the house can fully warrant They make a care ful study of the needs and desires of patrons and pursue in their affairs the most systematic methods This energetic firm has recently had a new store made of their old one It is now one of the most attractive in town elegant and show great art in their dressing They em ploy only the politest and most efficient clerks whose main aim is to please their custom ers Richmond boasts of as many uptodate and citylike N stores as any town of its size in Kentucky and McKees is r one of them They fully re- id alize the wants of the people and they carry the best and latest in all articles to be foundin any dry goods house in Central Kentucky JOE e Fruits and Confections Res taurant and Grocery The excellent facilities enjoyed by Joe Giiinchigliana unable the citizens of Richmond and the surroundingsec tion to secure nil the fruits and delica which enhance in a marked de our living nttvnntigs He is in constant receipt of tropical fruits in and a complete assortment r the patron A full lino of Use candies and confections in a varIetyof J it qualities and llavors including the Lowneyand Lease choco- latesJ responds to every demand while from a handsome fountain soda water with the purest fruit syrups is served the year through Oysters are receiv ed throughout the season and ice cream Is supplied for parties recept ions or for family consumption in quanity lots and is served by plato In his establishment Tfto restaurant department is well equipped where meals can be secured well cooked and promptly served amidst appetizing surroundings A special feature is the elegant line of fancy groceries presented especially selected because of their purityand this branch is growing in favor with the of this section Mr Guinchigliani began business in Rich mood in an humble and unpretentious manner eighteen yenra ago Little by little it has grown until today It is I recognized as one of the leading insU tu Ions of the town t getic and fco pi its owner V H T I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 0 r I1VOLUME30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WE ND4YMAYl jNUME IICrutcher Tribble Furnishing haberdashers ityinyite arlyselections questioned popularity Ifyouwant Comparison Completeness satisfactory headquarters McKee establishment management productions representing management Theirshowwindows- are GIUNCHIGLIANA Yfcies LYseason Sawaits tiledcelebrated 1hfJusekeepers jnadespiibyener euterprisingmetIiods rcharacttmstic j ii- a JWv Zaring Grain lVIiIl Co 5- The excellence of the pro ZaringGrain as much to maintain Rich monds prestige commercially as any other one enterprise This industry was established in 1891 and has grown steadily until today it supplies the lo cal trade for miles around as well as shipping to all the leading markets The brand Zarings Patent is always welcomed by housekeepers and who give itshighvholesomeness Theplant is kLeesHungarian oughly modern equipment In the roller process of flour man ufacture The capacitvof the mills is 150 barrels of flour daily 600 bushels of meal and 12000 pounds of feed an out placesitprises in its line The management of the mill is in the hands of its president Mr James WV Zaring who for forty years has been connected with the flour business and for a number ofyears success fully conducted a flour and feed mill in Shelby county The office work and outside business is looked after by the Secretary and Treasurer Allen H Zaring who possesses both cordiality and integrity qualities which guarantee to patrons pleasant and satisfac tory relations Orders for flour corn meal and feed promptly filled and all things being equal the J W Zaring Grain Mill Co a home en terprise should by all means receive our preference and generous support This pref erence we owe to the commu nity to ourselves and lastbut not least to the gentlemen whose enterprise and skill have combined to supply a plant which from a mechanical standpoint has no superior any place They have lately added a large Coal Yard to their already large business Also handle baled hay baled straw shelled and crushed corn DOUGLAS CULTON Meat Market The system of wholesale slaughtering and shipping of meats as con ducted by the large establishments of the country may hive ijs adherents Jut that system that insures super vision by those who live amongus and whose methods may be easily discovered are and should be the most favored Hence the preference should unhesitatingly given to enter prises which serve the public with meats from native cattle and to men who supervise from pasture to counter scales every detail of the business Such Is the system enforced by Doug las Culton and the result is that their wholesome and choice meats find favor with an extensive patron aze Messrs Douglas Culton have fol lowed the butcher trade for years Thiee years ago the present partnership was formed and in that short time an extensive business has been established Their equipment for preserving meats is of the very best theires tablishment being provided with a refrigerator having a capacity of twelve head of cattle and additional smaller meats Thoy carry a stock of cured and smoked ireats the Tear round 5QIson county and arc well andfavorr bly known 4 f RICHMOND f Commercial Advantages Offered to the Citizens of 3 the Surrounding Country POPULAR TRADING CENTERf Sketches of the Establishments Which do the Bulkof the Business and the Reasons Why They Stand Solidly Entrenched in Public FavorBrief Biographies of Richmonds W ideawake and Public Spirited Busi ness MenTheir Methods andiTheir Characteristics I The reasons for the issuance of this special edition of the RICHMOND CuMAYare threefold First to review the various enterprises of the town and to show the ability of our merchants and tradesmen to supply the needs of people in their various lines secondly to extend flUte acquaintance of our business men thirdly to thoroughlyaffiliate the CLIMAX with all other enterprises of the town by cooperating with them in Issuing this Trade Review Edition Towns are judged by the push energy and character of their citizens and in corn munities where eaqh individual cultivates the purely selfish spirit of promoting his own personal interests without consideration of that which goes to the public good much that is good to the public cannot be expected While every individual is ambitious in business everyindividualin promoting the general good of the city in which he has cast his energies and his fortune It should therefore be the spirit of every citizen of Richmond and he owes it to himself as well as to the community that he use his best efforts in promoting the interests of the town A simple statement of setting forth the town of Richmond as it is today giving space to salient features chiefly and modestly pointing to what seems feasible conjectures as to future prosperity may not he amiss in this edition Richmond thriving and pros perous town is located on the L N and L A R Rs in the central part of Madison county of which it is the jndioial seat Since its inception it has never experiencedany fictitious growth but has devoloped slowly surely and steadily as country around about it has made advances in agriculture stock raising and other kindred sources of farm revenuep Today Richmond has a population of 6000 souls all industrious and energetic and who possess a public spirit and home pride which encourage and support progressive measures The many neat and cozy homesstrongly evidence the taste and cultivation of the people while the educational advantages reach the highest standard and churches of all denominations develop and promote a Christian spirit that fosters good citizenship Its moral tone has ever been the object of watchful regard by its citizens and a good healthy s hool sentiment is evidenced in a handsome public school building erected at a cost of 22000 It has acquired truly metropolitan facilities in electrically lighted streets a complete water works system and fire department an uptodate gas and electric plants splendid public buildings while the business part of the town is built up with substantial brick blocks supplying accommodations for the business and professional men The Cus tom House erected by the Government at a cost of 150000 is one of the handsomest in the State In this building the Federal Court Judge A M J Cochran presiding is held twice a year and in it are also located the postoffice ano quarters for the U S Marshall and other federal officers Twentv thousand dollars has been expended by the county recently in remodeling the Court House so that it is now second to none in Central Ken tucky in convenience of arrangement and in its appointments This substantial structure erected in 1818 at a cost of 60000 stands a monument to the enterprise and progressive spirit of the poineers of Madison county One of the most noteworthy and most commend able institutions of the town is the Pattie A Clay Infirmary organized and founded bv the 4 ladies of Richmond This institution is supported wholly by the efforts of these ladies and governed by an executive board apnointed from each of the several churches of the city and from the Infirmarj Association while physicians of Richmond very generously J give their services without compensation Here anyone may come when sick and receive the same care and treatment afforded in the hospitals of the large cities In September 1902 Drs H R and W M Gibson purchased the handsome home of Mr C D Chenault on Main Street and converted the building into a private hospital where the treatment of all diseases receive the attention of the above gentlemen and today our citizens can point with pride to two firstclass hospitals Patients to these institutions come from all sections of Central and Eastern Kentucky Richmond is rapidly becoming a manufacturing center The immense plant of the Hume Cooperage Companv is located here which rives employment to 200 men and has a weekly payroll of over i60 Kellogg Co Wholesale Grocers and the Central Ken tucky Cigar Mfg Co employing 30 hands There is also the Zaring Flour Mill The work shops tor the L A Railroad have recentlybeen established here and which gives employment to 260 men with a monthly pay roll of over 15000 Soper Plaining Mill Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Bottlinor Works A E Carse Co Albert Reichspfarr Florist Madison Monumental Works the Midkiff and Kentucky Carriage Works each giving employment to a number of people At present however this is chiellya trade center and the future of this place must in a large degree be determined by the loyalty of the people of the county at large In fact the town and county are hound together by mutual interests and as they advance they must advance together each doing the part assigned it Our business men and merchants were never better prepared to do their part than they areat present and their object still is as it has ever been to give the people of the community the best the markets afford and at the lowest possible prices W SOldhamFu- rniture and Undertaking At the furniture establishment of W S Oldham housekeepers can secure at the vey lowest prices their needs inarticles for household equipment He is in possession of every advantage to offer to- the public the best possible inducements both in quality and price He handles the productions of makers of es tablished reputation and deals in goods made to render dur ability and not put together simply to sell The stock contains a choice collection of bedsteads chairs tables par lor and bedroom furniture wardrobes plain and fancy coucheseuameled metal beds etc etc Special attention isI given to the framing of pictures and a splendid line of mouldinga in the largest de signs is exhibited Mr Old ham also conducts an undertaking establishment and gives prompt intelligent and satisfactory service in the care and burial of the dead He carries a complete line of funeral furnishings and cask ets and is equipped in every particular to respond to every requirement in this line This department is under the di rection of Mr Arthur Todd who has builtup an excellent reputation in the community- for his skill and knowledge in embalminer and funeral di recting He is a of the Clarke School of Embalming and holdst certificate from the State Board of Health Mr Oldham is well known throughout this com and in his six years of mercantile life has won confidence and esteem by the of his methods art t4ereliabilittof his representation l The Richmond Water Light Co The two great public utilities vater and gas light are supplied to Richmondand its inhabitants through the medium of the Rlcbmond Water Light Company whose equipment and service ate regarded as eminently satisfactory A system of direct pres sure Is uscdthe supply being furnish ed from an artificial lake covering 53 acres located two miles cast of town From the lake two largo duplex en gines force the water into atandplpo 135 feet high by 15 feet in diameter wItha capacity of 135000 gallons from which it Is fed Into the mains and distributed throughout the town Service pipes are Installed Ina1l ihe principal business and residence dis trict to which extensions are being continually juadc as necessity do mands the latest additions being 2000 feet of sixinch main to the cooperage plant and 1000 feet to the L A work shop Thus Is splendid service furnished to all residents while the danger of loss by fire is economized property owners and business men beingsupplied with every advantage that can be secured in any of our lar gest ei iesTho gas plant is one of the most modern and most thoroughly equipped in Central Kentucky a fact FIHn a r to com panyafter a thorough inspection of it An effort is now being made by a reduction in prices to greatly in crease the quantity of gas consumed in the town and there Is no reason why it should not be doubled in the next few years Aside from its uses in Illuminating the cost of gas is scarcely above that of other fuels while the convenience cleanliness and other advantages tdibe enjoyed are sufficient to reconiiutind Its adoption to all flionsckeepersc Over 150 houses RichrnoadcqQkbygalAcom stock of uptodate gas stoves lirt ridtppllances is kept on tobeeupfilledjO gas consumers i I b it first cost The officers of the com pany are J A Sullivan President R E Turley SecretaryAW Merrill freasurer and B R Dougherty Superintendent To the energy and untiring perseverance of these gentle men much credit is due for the development of these two great public Jtilitlrs up to their present excellent efficiency They have labored early and late to build up the systems and their successful endeavors merit the esteem and liberal support of the en tire community To the Richmond Water Light Co the town will be indebted for a now electric light plant and as oon as the weather per wits a large structure will be built in the rear of the new offices on Main street in which will be Installed the most complete and modern equipment that capital can procure JAMES MCCARTHY Plumber and Gas Fitter To the plumber and sanitary engi neer the public is indebted for the manyconvenience to be found in the modern residence or office buIlding In the distribution of the water sup ply both hot and cold in the bath tubs laboratories and closets his skill la in marked evidence and his ability insures healthful conditions in sewer connections and waste pipes In gas fixtures ho combines beauty with util ity and thus contributes not a little to home adornment Following success fully these pursuits in Richmond during his ten years business career Mr McCarthy has received the recognition of leading propcily owners because of his acknowledged expertness and su perior mechanical ability Evidences of his work are plentiful in Richmond liavin fitted Up a number of its finest residences and business houses Mr McCarthy is a native of Cincinnati where ne grow up and learned the plumbingand gas fitting trade in the well known establishment of Richard where he a luau of ls1nloss men ft ness wayhaamsdea host of MeatliJ T i Richmond National Bank Commercial progress and develop ment along all lines depends entirely upon the ailiquacy of monetary con ditions and hence the position that financial institutions occupy in the pop ular mind is one of importance and precedence The Richmond National linni since organization in 1890 has nspundcd with fidelity to the needs of the community in moneymattersearn ing for its f a record which invites and fosters confidence Its management has been conservative yet pro gressive ami abreast of the times and its policy his always been liberal and foresighted A general banking business la done loans negotiated on ap proved security notes discounted money rcseivedJor deposit exchanges bought and sold on principal money centers ami collections made in fact every feature pertaining to banking receives prompt attcntionWith cap- Ital stock of 100000 and surplus and Individual profits of 20000 it is no less noted for its financial strength than for Its able management The officers of the bank are J W Caporton president I Shelby Irvine vicepresi dent J E Grcenleaf cashier and J W Crouke assistant cashier The directors are J W Caperton I rihel by Irvine Goo W Pickles R W Miller and David W Irvine All these gentlemen are of tried integrityand business ability whoso successful efforts have surrounded them with sub stantial conditions The president Col J W Caporton and tho Board of Directors have just cause to feel proud of the record this bank has maO during their connection with it a record which points unmistakably to their ability as financiers am to the vilf e cons rvatism of their judgment The Richmond National BankIs always friendly to enterprises when in line with sound business principles and follows a policy marked by judicious liberality Forth next 2o days we will closeout fur cash at cost two Moor double lieauira three Radiant Hose three Coles Hot Blat stoves IB onter to 9rOOHJM spring jood DB8hacHe6Co l iiJ State Bank Trust Company The most important requisite ot a good banking institution is absolute security Nothing can take th j place in the minds of its patrons of that feeling of confidence which every depositor should repose in the integrity and stability of the institution in whose keeping he has placed his money This security is maintained by various devices known and ap proved by bankers throughout the world 1 Large capital sufficient to meot all emergencies 2 Strong safes and fire proof vaults 3 Able and efficient management under conservative and honest officiates bond ed in sufficient amounts to cover any possible deficiencies In nil these respects the State Bank Trust Company proves itself worthy of the reliance of the public and offers all the inducements consistent with cemmer cial laws in all transactions within the scope of the banking business This bank succeeding the Second National Bank was incorporated in 1897 and because of the ability and wisdom of its management its history daily written is one of steady progress indicating popular favor and deserved confidence Besides transacting general banking business this institution under its charter is also authorized to act as guar dian administrator executor as signees and agent or in other judiciary capacity thereby giving to the people of this community the broadest basis of liability and security in such affairs The officers we JStone Walker President J A Sullivan VicePresident R E Turley Cashier L P Evans Teller A B Paris Bookkeeper The directors are J Stone Walker J A Sullivan D Chenault W D Oldham H B Hanger Joe Collins andE D Ballard With their interests in such hands patrons are welt assured that they will be safely guarded conservatively and judiciously managed Every safeguard that skill can suggest has been taken in providing a modern banking equipment The vaults are of the celebrated Diebold make are fire and burglar proof and contain a number of safety deposite boxes for the storing of papers and other val uables which are rented to the pub lic at yerly charges of 5 10 and 20 according to the size Enclosed- In this large vault and containing the funds of the bank is a Mosler screw door sale an nptodate con trivance for baffling burglars and safe blowers The building erected and occupied by the State Bank Trust Companywas designed by Chas Crnpsey the well known Cincinnati arehitec is constructed of Rockcas tie stone and marble elegantly fin ished throughout and is by far the handsomest business block in Richmond Investments to beautifyand build up are the strongest evidence of public spirit and Richmond has reason to be proud of those among her citizens who see In her future progress along metropolitan lines LOUIS SCHLEGEL Photography Modern photography represents the advancement of the present age In the past few years greater improvements have been made than ever before The subject of this sketch Louis Schlegel has ever been on the alert for new ideas and this is reflected in his best work which is made to compare favorably with that done in the larger cities His twentysix years experience in Richmond has won for him the usualresult of energy well directed and a disposition to satisfy in a patronage made up of Madison countys most cultured people All work tuned out is distinguished for cor rect pose artistic shading and ele gant finish and not ti picture is permitted to leave the gallery that does not give complete satisfaction Mr Schiegels reputation for square busi ness methods is such as to inspire the full confidence of the public and the recognition which his studio recieves is well merite- dSTOUFFER MAHLER Merchant Tailors Modern civilization demands that a gentleman should be neatly and taste fully appareled and dress as a means towards social and business distinction should be well looked after The artistic tailor is therefore a most im portant personage in the community and in the establishment recently opened by Stouffer Mahler the residents nf Richmond and vicinityare afforded an opportunity of securing the services of a gentleman of vast experience and training in the art Mr Mauler was apprenticed to the tailor ing trade when quite young learning its every detail and ambitious to im prove his condition ho attended the celebrated John Mitchell Cutting School of New York City as well asI four other leading schools In the ted States thus obtaining lull course of instruction in the art of cutting H6 has since worked in the loading establishments pi the large cities gain- Ing much practical knowledge so that alt garments made by him hays the distinguishing features of fine work manship fit and finish Mr Stouffer needs no introduction to the people whom he has been supplying with clothing and furnishing goods for the past twentyveuyears The spring stock of goods exhibited by thIs firm Is one ot tbe baHdacBaest Bd most at tractlveevM exhibited in Rlckaoad and will prove of great luVereet telav ors orfiuMoMbfe gariiisS Juett Grocery Cot Groceries The pronounced progress GroceryCompany of the business is a substantial publieods popularity and executive ability They have in a comparatively short period built up a splendid trade the sale of this establishment reach ing a figure which places it among the leading institu Lions of the town in the food lines Their store building- is stocked with productions- of merit in both staple and fancy groceries as well as a choice line of smoked meats This firm quotes bed rock prices quality for quantity and their methods insure promptness in filling orders and in the delivery of goods Mr B Juett who is the man ager of this firm is well and havinghadfood lines bringing him in publichasity the best relations The Juett Grocery Company give to the community every facil ity and advantage to secure pure foods and merit justly the recognition which they receive House Brothers Meat Market Among the recent additions to the business fraternity of Richmond is the meat market of House Brothers who re cently succeeded VV G Pow ell These gentlemen have continually in stock the best the markets afford Constant care is exercised in the selec tion and preparation of meats and cleanliness is one of the chief features of the department Although House Bros have only been in this business a few months in that short time an extensive business has been established Their equipment for preserving meats is of the very best their establishment being pro vided with a large elegant refrigerator having and im mense capacity House Bros also carry a large stock of cured and smoked meats the year round as well as lard Vegetables are also carried in season These gentle men are well and favorably known in Madison and ad joining counties and as they believe in giving the best at the lowest possible prices their establishment is des tined to be among the most popular in Richmond W P BAXTER Wall Paper Painting Etc There is a wide field presented in home decoration for both art and sci ence combine to create the elegant effects that please thu eye and win the admiration The rapid advances made in the wall paper business in recent years leave little for the housekeeper to desire in beautifying and embellish ing the home Supplying the needs of the community in all varieties of wall decoration the establishment of W P Baxter has become decidedly popular The vast stock of samples carried gives one an opportunity to secure any desired pattern or effect from a variety of shades and designs and in an assortment of qualities that will accom modate every condition or purse Mr Baxter buys his stock direct from the factory at bedrock figures and is therebyenabled to present to his pa trons the most flattering inducements in low prices ills 1904 styles are now on exhibition and if you notify him he will gladly call it your homo and show you the brightest and most attractive designs in Itripes tapestries denims metallics and other novelties never before presented in Richmond He also executes cntracts for honse and sign painting and interior deco ration in plain ani water colors and Instances of his artistic work may be seen in a great many of the business blocks and private residences of the town In satisfactory service pleasing home decoration whether by brnsh or artistic wall paper Mr Bax ter gives to the residents of this seQ tion facilities not to be surpassed in the metropolitan centers of the coun try Office under White Gibsons dry goods stor- eMAK HAMILTON Meat Market Mr Hamilton makes a specIaltyof choice moats anti vegetables and is prepared to supply the public with their needs in fnab meats sausages smoked and salt Jaaeats The best fa cilities ate employed and only choice meats are served to the public Mr Hamilton buys rjatlvo cattle and does his killing daily thus are fresh meats constantly Insured to his patrons from healthy animalSi He is located at the Harst stand near tie L k N depot and has secured by his alert and pro gressive methods a select patro ale Mr Hamilton also carri aln stqcka greLcedee George M W iIIgingtf Paints Wall Paper Etc I ajectented attention in this age of refinement and culture and a t prominent and skillul exponent of this art is Phil Willging Manager localjrior decorator and fine art wall papers shades picture frames dings cornices paints mouliings etc The three story brick on Main street 22x80 feet in dirmensions are arranged in a systematic and convenient manner and in the attractive salesroom is displayed a care fully selected stock embrac ing all the latest styles and novelties in the above men tioned goods A large force of hands is employed in the execution of the superior deco ration work for which the es tablishment is noted and the prosperous trade is drawn from the highclass custom of ManagerMra life study of the business having succeeded his father 1 who embarked in this enter prise in 1870 upholding the reputation made by his father This house not only enjoys a patronage from Madison but from adjoining counties as well Anyone desiring esti mates on exterior or interior decorations papering etc should consult this house be fore making contracts Spec ial attention given mail order business Suit Bratton The Racket Store Among the many uptodate stores in our city none de serves more mention than the Racket Store which is con ducted by Messrs Suit yearslagohere and opened up a first class Racket store which is now one of the leading estab lishments of our city Since then they have by their square and honest dealings won the confidence ofourpeo pIe at large and built up a large trade They were com pelled by increased business to move into larger quarters and the Racket Store is today one of our main establish ments As its name would suggest the stock comprises almost everything These gentlemen have endeavored to place before the people the most reasonable prices Their stock comprises all kinds of tin and granite ware for the kitchen beautiful queens ware and glasswarejardiniers- of every description lots of useful articles in wooden and and wickerware and notions of endless variety andall kinds of toys for both boys and girls The Thicket Store is located on East Main street only a few doors below First i and the best treatment is guaranteed to all customers J B STOUFFER Clothing Tailoring and Fur i nishing GoodsOldest Establishment Conducting successfully an estab lishment which in volume variety and choice selection exhibits progresIsiveness in clothing and furnishing goods J B Stouffer supplies success fully the needs of a large patronage Tho clothing department is a special I feature of the clothing business Mr J Stouffer being a practical tailor of Pl ability and experience possesses in j the selection of his stock advantages J not usually enjoyed by other dealers r In tho same line and is enabled to procure goods in which good work manship and finish are assured fea tunes This knowledge of his trade j also stands him him well in the merchant tailoring branch of the business j where correct measurements are taken for garments and made to order by the Globe Tailoring Company of Cincinnati fit and satisfation being guai 4 ianteed The gents furnishing goods line contains a variety of mens wear correct in style and design and at sat isfactory prices Every article leaves the establishment with an ironclad guarantee which Is as good as a bank note Buying largely Mr Stonfftr presses the limit of manufacturers cost and this gives him special facili ties to quote to his large patronage the very lowest prices His long con tinued experience in business supplv ing the needs of the people hereabouts gives to his establishment marked ad vantage He has been In business fur over twentyseven years having open ed up the first exclusive clothing honse in Richmond and the reputation built up during all these years for integrity is the guarantee held forth for a continuation of the policy ot offering tot people the best the market offers and at figures that mean an honest equivalent for every dollar invested Shingles For Sale I have a lot tit mill eliiaglee for sale U JeffSfctatf o= = 2 t rrlj U L T r w 1 t T7 ii u Hrri car Ir J ILr c I lbdI t j The Richmond Climax VVKPNKSDAY MAY 11 1901 1Kellogg COt Wholesale Grocers One of the prides of oui lowi is the large wholesal rHery of KeIIgtt Com jwiiiy This industry occupies flP immense building of several stories on Irvine street This is strictly wholesale house selling only t retail merchants T hey em 1 iy several drummers who canvass the surrounding towns and country stores Their warehouse is piled up with crate after crate of all kinds of goods usually found ill a arrocppy store This firm eujys a large patronage not only from home merchants hut from those in other towns Their methodsare thoroughly honorable and they are known and relied on for their square straightforward dealings Besides their immense ware house their office presents a busy scene An expert sten oIanhAr and bookkeeper is kept busy This industry has rapidlv become a fixed part of our citv and our citizens are indeed proud to have within Out hounds such a mammoth establishment T J Moberley Saddles Harness and Tur Goods Among the well conducted and prosperous business en terprises which contribute to the commercial wealth and importance of this town will be found that of Mr T J Moberlev dealer in Saddles Harness Turfand thel goods in his line This business was established by Mr Moberley tO years ago and from its inception has maintained leading position in the trade of this section A corps of skilled harnessmakers is em ploved and the work produced in this line is of the highest order of artistic and mechan ical exoftllence A large and complete stock is carried in the attractive salesroom and the house is a favorite source of supply for adjoining coun tips as well as Richmond and Madison county Those needing in this line should not fail to call on Mr Moberley at his place of business two doors below the State Bank Trust Co as he is an able and skill fill exponent of his trade es teemed in commercial circles as a representative merchant in his line of this his native city Frasa Brothers Groceries With a brand new stock of goods and with the advantages of an entire new set of fixtures in modern built coun ters shelving and appointment which afford convenience and effective display in the arrangement of the stock Messrs Frasa Brothers are better prepared than ever to serve the public with their ne ds in staple and fancy groceries They have put in an entire new line ofUiemany commodities which go to make no a firstclass establishment Their line of canned goods and preparations have been selected with experiencedcare and judgment and the labels of standard producers are strongly in evidence The Royal Scarlet brand of can ned goods is unequaled by any other goods on the market specialtyt best and most popular bran Is f flour ever bronght tfv Ruhnvni1 Frasa Bros buv and shin prodnr and of fir in cash or exchange t- aU times tIle highest market prices These gentlemen have linen in business two years during which time a Inrgp patronage has evidenced in i- uuertain manner the untirin efforts of the management to qrivp to the community a for oirhlv renr sontativo and widawake grocery establish ment C H PIGG Groceries Queensware Etc Many have been tA changes expe rienced in Richmond since the eatab INhment of this bouse nineteen yean co Enterprises have been started o ly to enjov a brief career but in al- lthte years the grocery of O H Pigg hi kept riirht on serving the public wlllnd faithfully and making for I- tslf the icputation for that sterling iit grity which has entrenched it I deeply in the confidence of the publlr Tlay as in years past there is pre ttiilqta sock iif staple and fancy gro ceries stilticient in quanity to meet all demands and of such variety and assortment as to satisfy any desireto getner with a full line of qneenswan aiil glassware toys and notions Hounkcepers for miles around seek tin uatalilishment for they know time the tfcings to be had there carry wih tbem a guarantee that thy are the best on the market and thisguar ante is as good as a bond Honest dealing anti courteous treatment of cusomers has over been the motto of Mr Pigg and the success ho has ever met with inhis business can be attributed tothe strict enforcement of tesu principles 4 t Perry Thomas Druggists Paints Will Paper All the year round the newt fanciest finest stock and west prices can He found at orry Thomas complete rug store Besides a new ind carefully selected stock If drugs they carry elegant styles and the latest novelties n lOOkS stationery wall pa er paints oils etc that vill surely please you Their oods are Al in quality arid heir Low Pricesare the tenor- f their competitors One rial willconvinceyouthatthey tan and do offer big induce for your trade Nothing suc ceeds like success and the- nergy and experience of Messrs PerryThomas have made them the successful merchants they are Trading with them means sure success in securing for your selves the widest range for selection and the happiest ombination of prices They tdmit of no superiors and acknowledge few equals in their choicely assorted bargains Their prices as their talking cannot he copied bv competi tors and make their businLss talk for itself They can save you something on every pur chase goods well bought are half sold Therefore come quickly or you will miss the greatest opportunities of the season Golden Flora- Monuments This establishment is well equipped in mechanical skill md experience to supply in a highly satisfactory manner ill desires in cemetery art work Messrs Golden Flora have been engaged in bus mess in Richmond for seven rears having succeeded A D Flora who for anumberof vears conducted the leading granite and marble works of fadison county Duringtheir hort business career the new proprietors have met with pronounced succass their trade continuing to increase rapidly Nor is their success surprising for possessing a thorough knowledge of their business and being mechanics- f pronounced ability they are quick to grasp the ideas of customers and skillful in nroperly executing them Their expenses being corn par atively small they are enabled to meet all competition and prepared to supply all kinds- f cemetery work from the plain headstone to the costly elaborate monument They carry in stock a number of finished pieces which give a correct idea of their skiM and nrices and upon request will submit designs and specifications for special work Messrs Golden Flora have grown up in the business and have worked upon some of the fin est monuments in Madison and adjoining counties They are industrious painstaking thoroughly reliable in all representations and with the satisfactory beginning made a successful future awaits themJGott Brothers Eggs Poultry Hides Furs Feed and Salt The business of buying and producEhasfully in the last ten or fifteen years It has proved of un told benefit to the farmer placing him through the local buyer in close touch with the sources of supply and de mandand thus securing top poultryGoLtthat pursuit for more than six years and have had the satisfaction of developing their business from a small beginning to its present pro nortions Shipments of poul try to pastern and Cincinnati markets are over 100 oops of fowl per month besides 18W ases of eggs and large quan titles of butter Gott Bros ire natives of Madison county and are known toevery farmer within a radius of 30 miles of Richmond This business has methodslqivpn contributed to Richmonds nrestige as a market by at tracting sellers for miles round through the medium of superior facilities in mark ting their produce MISS K V SCHMIDT Millinery Popular prices and artistic creations are the characteristics of the millinery establishment of Miss K V Schmidt Miss Schmidt carries a select stock of ready trimmed hats and her supply of trimmings and millinery notions is unsurpassed in variety and quality She keeps posted on the creations In millinery in the leading markets aDd- Is constantly receiving all that is new and fashionable thus giving to the communitymetropolitan advantages which are recognized In a rapidly growing patronage made up of stylish dressers of this vicinity Her mott Is high grade goods at the lowest prices Her store is headquarters for all that Is stylish and aew in ladles ttettbfelUlrtettYiMtot clsand beaaeU MADISON NATIONAL BANK Among the monetary institutions if Ontral Kentucky which bears the prestige of years of faithful and use ml service to the community wherein located none stands forth more prom nently Js more deserving of popular esteem or possesses in a grouter incas ure the well merited confidence of the public than the Madison National hank of Richmond Its history has been that of the mercintile develop ment of the town and wise conserva tism and matured and experienced judgment mark its established policy Organized lu 1871 it has throughout Its career been one of the financial bulwarks of Madison county and like in periods of depression and fi anclal stringency as in days of prosperity has it been ever faithful All the branches of a general banking business are covered foreign and domestic exchange bought and sold at tention given to collections monej loaned notes negotiated and every accommodation granted consistent with sound banking The manage ment is progressive neelectins no points of efficiency demanded by modern commercial practice while at the same time it guards carefully the in terests of its depositors scrupulously protecting them in every possible manner The men who so ably direct the affairs of this institution are W Bennett president N B Deatherage vicepresident R R Burnam cashier C B Hamilton teller and the direc tors are W Bennett A R Burnam V B Dentheragc W S Moberley Elza Million J S Co lins and R R 3urnam ELLISTON MILL CO One of Madison countys industrial enterprises and one which because if recognized merit of its productions has gained considerable local repute is the mill at Waco po toflice recently acquired by the Elliston Mill Co Much money has been expended bj the new owners to rvwodel the old plant and an entirely new equipment thoroughly modern and uptodate has been installed so as to enlarge the capacity and bring the produc ions upto the highest degree of ex cellence The Plan Sifter is thi process adopted a system that has given eminent sa isfaction wherever used comprising every improremeni that mechanical skill can devise and turningout a grade of Hour finer than that of any other system on the mur ket The standard production of the Elliston Mill is Elliston Patent a brandof flour of prime quality and excelled by no other mill in the country Natural Product Belle ol Madison are other productions ol cheaper grade buthonest value Tb capacityof the mill is 120 barrels ot flour 500 bushels of meal and 15000 pounds of feed stuff per day Tin officers of the company are J D Chen ault president Judge John C Chen ault secretary and C F Chcnaull treasurer Through their entcrpriM and thorough business tactics the de mand for the products of the new mill is being constantly enlarged and the institution itself is fast winning an important position among the hustling institutions of Madison connty W D OLDHAM CO Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Notions Etc One of Richmonds mammoth establishments is the Busy Bee Cash Store conducted by Mr W D Old ham Co This magnificent new store is one of the prides of our city The Oldham Building is a new struct eve having been built only a little over a year ago The top story III composed of office rooms while the other two stories are filled with the Immense stock of dry goods clothing hats shoes carpets curtains all kinds of beautiful bricabrac notions of every description readymade tailor suits and readymade muslin underwear shirt waists in fact every thing to be found in an uptodate city store Mr Oldbams force of clerks is one of the largest in the city and his patrons receive the promptest and most polite attention Beside his regular clerks Mr Oldham em ploys the services of an expert ste nogiapher and bookkeeper and cash ier and bundle wrapper This stOrt is built on strictly modern plans Is steam heated from basement to roofel egant waiting and toilet rooms are ar ranged for the comfort of his custom ers Mr Oldhams motto Is to please I his customers at any cost This firm njoys a large patronage not only from this county but from other counties as well This firm gives to the community every facility and advantage to secure the best goods the lowest prices and merit atI the recognition which they receive RICHMONDGREENHOUSES There is no industry within our bounds that deserves more mention or of which our citizens should be rouder than the Richmond Greenhouses conducted by Albert Reich gpfarr This is a comparatively new establishment and is situated on West Main street This forms a fa vorite walk or drive for our citizens and there is nut a day but that large numbers visit the Greenhouses It is a treat to see the great varietyof beautiful flowers and all kinds of blooming plants Alberts collection of ferns palms asparagus and other evergreens are not surprssed even in larger cities Ills carnation room is gorgeous in fact when you go from one loom to another you think each one excels the other in loveliness Al bert is an expert florist and gardener He can arrange the most beautiful bouquets and designs on short notice He can furnish growing plants of all kinds or cut flowers at any time He also baS on hand tomato cabbage aad sweet potato plants Albert is i not only a florist of ability but huiaj a courteous and upright gentleman I His customers are always sure of fair hl111JOar C ATAYLORE- lardware L J Stoves Farm Jim plements The well stocked and enterprising hardware establishment occupies a po itlon of importance In every cotnmu nity From its wellchosen stockthe propertyowner housekeeper and farmer can secure promptly and sat sfactqrily their constant needs The business conducted by C A Taylor justly deserves detailed mention in this review of Richmonds trade facilities because of the alert methods of its management to supply success fully popular needs in all that per tains to the hardware and implement line The line of stoves on exhibition contains all that is new and practical in stove building and embraces such well known makes as th Southern Queen and Model Steel Range Mr Taylors establishment is headquar tllsfor the Vulcan Chilled Plow New Western Cultivator Old Hickory farm wagon and McCormick mowers and binders their stock in this department showing careful selection and attention to the markets best offerings Special attention is given to tin and galva nized iron work and a well equipped work shop in charge of Mr W B Buckley an expert mechanic re spends to all demands at reasonable prices Mr Taylor is a native ot Iadlson county and has been estab lihed in Richmond for eight years during which ime the firm which was formerly Taylor Bros has sue ceeded in building up a represents tive business He is energetic and experienced in mercantile affairs the large patronage testifying to his abil ity as a trade builder and he is to be commended for giving to the buying publics a reliable progressive and representative hardware and implement establishment RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Tevis Bros Props In the excellent equipment of the Richmond Steam Laundry the real lents of Richmond antI surrounding country are offered metropolitan ad vantages The present owners took Charge of the busfnees in 1889 TheIr tirst m ve WHS to secure the latest im proved laundry machinery so as to provide a firstclass model plant They accordingly purchased upto late washers an extractor or wringer i shirt ironer a shirt starcher a collar and cuff ironer a collar anti cull starcher a collar and cuff shaper a awedge machine and a darning ma bine The facilities to do business re i he very best the plant having capacityof 8000 collars and 150C shirts Branches are established at Irvine Panola Millers Creek Berea and other points They also own and c ndmt Ih brth room and barber hop at the O vndon Hotel as well as tne neat nml attractive barber shop rntinecied with the laundry otlice opposite the ourt House Nothing is wanting elh r in skill or equipment to give the very best service in loan drywork and as a matter of fact this laundry has been complimented by the traveling public as being superior to many and equal to the best in tht large cities To the enterprise oi Messrs D It and H R Tevis the public is indebted for the superior facilities offered in laundry work The In creasing patronage evidences in nc uncertain manner popular appreciation and this the Richmond Laundry will continue to merit by firstclass work and prompt and efficient service E C WINES Drugs Paints Etc And now that this review of Rich monds interests has reached repre sentative proportions it would be an unpardonable omission not to give ome account of this old and reliable establishment For over twenty years Mr E C Wines has responded faith fully and well to the needs of the public for drugs and medicines His stock comprises a loll and comprehen dive asortmnnt of fresh and pure Irugs druggists sundries patent nediclnes toilet articles paints arid painters supplies of every description Tho prescription department is thor oughly equipped and the utmost care is exercised in the compounding of prescriptions and family iccelpts In his lorg and active business career in Richmond the strictest integrity has characterized all Mr Winos methods and the result is evidenced in the en joyment of esteem and confidence In standing and popularity in prestige and prominence his establishment represent in stock methods and pat ronage all that goes to make up a firstclass institution while in neatness and order of arrangement and in elegance of interior it will compare favorably with the swell pharmacies of the large cities JONES MERSHON Saloon This establishment is a popular and favored resort for the socially Inclined and is uoted for the good order srictly maintained as well as tho high quality of stock carried The facilities pITered the public in whis kies for family uses are unexcelled Such celebrated productions as Old Tar Hume and Bogie make friends rapidly because of their purity flavor and invigorating effects The Lex ington Pabeta anti Covingtoa superior beers are always on tapand a nice cool ansi refreshing drink can be re tied on at all times at this establishment A business is after all what the management makes of itand Messrs Jones Mershon exercise every precaution to provide a place where the very best people can re ceive entertainment fren from annoy ance or tow yism The genial pro prietors Messrs W S Jones and J A Mershon need no introduction to thepeople of Madison coonty Mr Jones hits conducted saloon business In Richmond for tea years and has made a hut of friends while Mr Mershoa hat served as Deputy Mar shalii d is weltanti favorably kao1 tkrottgfcaat this attire section t E V ELDER General Merchandise In the establishment of E V Elder ptiblfarenffordett excellent op iortunitles tosecure their needs fn all commodities comprising tirst lass and comptete general merchandise stocks This business was established btMr Elder ten years ago his enter prising methods soon commanding popular recognition and as patronage increased the stock increased until now it is one of the leading enterprises of Madison county Dry goods cloth ing boots shoes and gents furnishing goods are handled the best pro ductions of well known manufacturers only finding a place on the shelves Quality is assured white prices are fixed at figures which do not fear com petition Among the specialties of the dry goods department are fashionable dress goods in silk and wool together with a large line of wash goods offered at extremely low figures while in notion the stock of ribbons embroideries a6 1 laces is not to bo excelled anywhen Correct and stylish shApes neatness and taste in trim mings and popular prices are the tea tures of the millinery department offering great attraction to the ladies of the vicinity The line of gents furnishing goods reflects correct and nobbystyles and in variety and price presents flattering inducements So too the stocks of clothing shoes hat and caps appeal in the strongest terms to all In the carpr department is to be found a splendid assortment in ingrain allwool and brussels art squares rugsmattings and linoleums together with lace curtains and win dow shades in ample variety Mr Elder watches the market closely keeping thoroughly posted on the ever changingstyles and is always on the alert to procure for his patrons the greatest value for every dollar in vested Buying in laree quantities he presses the limit of manufacturers cost and this gives him special facili ties to quote to hIs large patronage the very lowest prices D B SHACKELFORDCO Hardware Implements Etc Entering the establishment of D B Shackelford Co one is impressed with the neatness and order which characterizes the arrangement of the stock a task involving continual labor because of the countless articles which must be kept on sale in any firstclass institution of this character The magnitude of the stock and the facilities employed give to this establishment a leading position in the hardware and implement business of Madison county The stock compris es a full line of shelf and building hardware cutlery mechanics tools and tinware and a big assortment of stoves and ranges The implement department contains the Deeringhar vesters Miger Corn Planters and Cul tivator Brown Cultivators Oliver Chilled Plows Capitol Wagons and lagan Gasoline Engines All these goods in operation workmanship and price bear the imprint of unmistaka ble approbation a Met which is thor oughly established by their exclusive popularity and use This business house established in an humble way hirtyGve years ago by Mr J 1 Shackelford has grown year by year until now the magnitude of the stock and facilities acquired give it rank with the metropolitan institutions of of the larger cities By applying the principles laid down and strictly ad hered to by his father D B Shackel ford the present proprietor is meeting with splnnded success and under his efficient management the business continues to prosper and progress v LELANEJeweler It is scarcely six years since L E Lane settled in Richmond and in that short period instances of his skill are so multiplied as to establish unques tionably his knowledge anaability Mr Lane has followed successfully for fifteen years the jeweler and watchmakers trade working in manyof the leading establishments in Cincin nati Louisville and other large cities Thus it can be seen that his equipment in knowledge and ability is the very best for it combines years of practical experience with natural mechanical skill He is prepared to re pair and adjust finewatcheii and car ries in stock a handsome assortment of watches clocks and jawelryof standard make and quality and in ample variety to suitall tastes and desires He has received a large con signment of Hawkes celebrated cut glassware anti the popular and lash ionable Colonial pattern of solid silver flatwarea new linein berry spoons cream ladles coal meat forks hollow handled meat forks etc Mr Lane has built up an excellent business and his list of patrons continue to increase daily Ho is honest and reliable in his dealings charging only fair prices arid supplies a class of service and qimlily that is sure to build up a large business iud a promising future MRS ELLA FARLEY Millinery Among the millinery establishments in this city there is none that enjoc a larger patronage than does that of Mrrs Kin Farley Her store is head quarter foe nil ts most stylish crea tions in hats for women and children Mrs Farley has been in business here for a number of years undi her customers are always pleased with goods purchased from her Her stock comprises all that is stylish and ntnt and her prices are reasonable In con oec- tion with thiK millinery establishment is found the4ressmaking department of Miss Belle March who In an artist in this line IShft turns oct beau if ul work such will please the most fas tjdous The tOOms ant located in the Oldham buUftlng upstairs They gunrawtec satisfaction to all CH tor RMlfs 0I r i o Ir S L MIDKIFF Leading Manufacturer ofyehi des Horseshoer General l Blacksmith f Shoddy carriages and buggies have had their tiny rho public has tearncdht considerable expense that puttyand paint so generally used to fill in or cover 3efective material second or third quality of wood iron and steel in themade to seW vehicle cnn not insure durability and durabil ity is after all the trnl test ot value The class of work turned out by the establishment of S L Midkiff bears in every detail the impress of excellence in quality both In material and fin Ishnd workmanship anti gives to it a leading position among similar insti tutions in this section of the state The plant comprises all tools and ap pliances of experience as the needs of the business have suggested and nD11 idea of the extent ot the opera tlonsvot thIs concern may be hal when it is known that there are constantly employed eigjit skiled mechanics selected because of their experience and recognized ability Every lTort is made to keepthe plant thoroughly uptodate nOw inlprnvernnts and invention being constantly added the latftstaddition being three new model machines for theadjustDient of rubber tires to wheels The rnllprbearlnsr wagon manufactured by Mr MidkifT bears the stamp of honest value ex cellence of workmanship anti urabil itv of construction and has a saving of fifty pr cent horse power Tn Mr Midkffs repository will be found a collection of vehicles which in vari etyof design style and price will compare favorably withwith the mammoth establishments ot the metropolitan cities and Included one the cele hrnted Connersville Ind anti Dayton Ohio carriages and hjiggiesfor which ho has the local agency Mr Midkiff was born in Virginia has spent 45 years at his business and knows its every detail The history and growth of his establishment is the history apd growth of the mercantile institutions of Richmond and its untarnished rec ord oil these years is the result cf the sterllrg Integrity that has charncter ized the effort of its owner and won for it the popularity and recognition which has entrenched it in th confidence of the people Nor is the reputation of Mr Mid kilT confined to the precincts of Madison county bnt ex tends as well over a territory within a radius of one hundred miles of Rich mond much of his work going to remote points His aim has always been to give an honest equivalent for every dollar invested and therein lies the secret of success M J ANDERSON The Singer Sewing Machine Agency In these days of progress the interest of the Indies is largely centered in the improvements which are being continually made in sewing machines and of the many different makes on the market It may be justly said that none possess such commendable ands many advanced ideas in construc tion as the productions of the Singer Sewing Machine Company These qualities the local representative of that company M J Anderion is prepared to demonstrate and truly no one can do so better than he He of fers to the public very liberal inducements in the wav of easy payments and takes in exchange old machines allowing for them fair compensation The Singer Machine is so well known ind such a general favorite that c im meat on Its merits is unnocessary In prices It ranges from 30 to 65 cash and from 10 to 75 on the instlI rent plan Mr Anderson always hRs on hand a number of the newest late t and best models nnd the many sales made not only in Madison but as well in Estlll Jackson and Rock castle counties together with the emi nent satisfaction rendered have made his agency a leading and popular one Mr Andersons place of business is located ou Main street opposite the court house Needles and supplies and repairs of all kinds are carried in stock WL LEEDS Painting Graining Paper Hanging Decorating Nothing speaks in stronger terms of tha appreciation entertained for the hom that the care and trouble taken to keep it neat and attractive A little paint in skillful hands will accomplish wonderful results and inner decoration on wall or ceilicg with the many handsome designs of wall paper OH the market will bring about a complete transformation W L Leeds whose work has been recog nized for skill and taste has built up during the last five years a large busi ness among the leading property owners and farmers of this section He is prepared to make and execute contracts for all work in house paint- Ing as well as to s pplyall needs in wall decoration In the latter line he is inapositlon which enables him to satisfy the trade from an immense stock in which there is anabundance of style quality and price to suit every taste Housekeepers will do well to hear this in mind for hesid s low prices variety in selection is a highly important consideration Th se de siring anything in the painting or wall paper line will do well to communicate with Mr Leeds The many specimens of work in the lines men tinned evidence bis lbUlty and the large growing trade indicates to a certainty popular appreciation Dur ing tho busy seasim Mr Leeds keeps In constant eropo ment n number Vf expert paper hangeru Have him makeyou an estimate before making- contractsfor any work in his line saycd From my placed neir the Madison Connty Stock Yard Tijack yearling1 steer with horns Reward JCherise1t41- mL1 Rlch K 1iJ OSTEOPATHY During the past few years no science has made more rapid strides than medicine Cdres are effected and diseases conquered which but a few years ago were considered Impossible hence ther Uptodate physician mustof necessity be an advanced scientist Twn disciples of a comparative new school in medicine and Xet a school whose doctrines and systems are being rapidly accepted wherever known aro Irs E O Sallie II Vance graduates of the Southern School of Osteopathy Franklin Ky where they made a thorough and complete study of this science and they have demonstrated in their prac tice throughout the state the efficien cy of this system of healing Osteopathy was discovered at Baldwin Kansas in 1874 by Dr Andrew T Stillan allecpathic physician and U S Army surgeon His discovery im mediatelyattracted the attention of the most profound students of medicine in the world Many of the practition ers of Osteopathy were at one time doctors of medicine They have deserted the old standard for the new Dr Still reasoned that a natural flow of blood is health and that disease fs the result of local or general disturb slice of bloodthat to excite the nerves causs the muscles to contract and compress the normal flow of venous blood to the heart and that the bones could be used as levers to relieve the pressure of nerves veins and arteries In other words Osteopathy is the science or mt of healing disease without the al of drugs by correct slight anatomical derangements of the body and removing all obstructions to the physiological action of the different body organisms The human body is considered by them a perfectly constructed animated ma chine which has within itself all nec essary power to repair the ravages of diseases so long na the blood and nerve paths are unobstructed and it is supplied with pure air water and food In short Osteopathy is the method of removing obstructions to the vital fluids and forces anatom ical engineering It is a rational commonsense method that commends itself intelligent people every whore such as Gov Josiah Grout of Ver mont Gov Lon B Stephens of Mis souri Gov T A Briggs of North Dakota Gov John P Altgnldt of Illinois Gov H F Pingree of Michi gan Gov L M Shaw of Iowa Gov A F Lee of South Dakota Gov B McMillen of Tennessee Gov John R Tanner of Illinois Hon I H Good night former U S Congressman of Opie Reid Novelist Rev Sam P Jones Evangelist all of these re nowned men of our country have had an experience or trial and observation with Osteopathy besides others too numerous to name in Madison county and throughout the State and Union Drs Vance have been in the city of Richmond for the past two years anti are permanently located and their success with chronic disease of ten and fifteen years standing as well as acute ease of every description has been phenomenal We trust that some sufferer may be benefitted by this if not you directly then through vourfriendneighbor or acquaintance Should these or yourself have been sick and have failed to have been relieved you cannot afford not to investigate this science It courts in vestigation and appeals to your com mon sense In accord with the law passed by the recent legislature Gov J C W Beckham will appoint an Os teopathic physician on the State Board of Health and Examiners which will give Osteopathy the same recognition as that of other schools of medicine Vs we can give you but a brief expla nation of the science here they ex tend to you a cordial invitation to rail at their office in the Hobson Building next door to the Government Build ing West Main street Richmond Kyand learn more of the wonderful cures they have and are yet accom pushing through these means or write thorn about your case and f or literature They are worthy acquisitions to the community and we heartily rec om mend thom to the people of this section MRS LEE MAUPIN Millinery One of the firstclass millinery es tablishments here is that one con ducted by Mrs Leo Maupin Mrs Maupin has been engaged in this line of business for a number of years and is well knowu over the county Her stock this season is unusually select and such as to please even the most fastidious She employs an expert trimmer and hats to order are gotten out on the shortest possible notice Her place of business ison Main street almost opposite the Glyndon Hotel Mrs Maupin by her pleasant and square business methods has butltup a nice business not only here in town but in tho county New Lumber Yard That our town is steadily growing is evidenced by the new industries that are con tinually openingup here One of the latest of these new en terprises is a lumber yard conducted by Edgar Blanton Company and is situated near the L N Depot will handle all kinds of dressed and undressed lumber Mr Blanton is well known here where he has lived the greater part of his lifeand all wanting anything in this line will do well to get his figures and es timates before buying Mrs JOHNNIE WILLIAMS Milliner tc dOne of our citys new enterprises the millineryestablishment of Mrs Johnnie Williams She has just re cently opened upa nice line of worn ens and childrens rcuit oar and trimmed hats and is showing some new and Stylish shapes Mrs Wil liams is well known bire havingbeen a resident of our city for a number of years The store is centrally located being on Main street only a few doors above Second street j She guarantees the newest and niost itptodate goods nt remarkably lor rlces lit p troM Mfjjur ferbe pieasedv l i 11CIi1Jr trts Co AL Thylor I f Successor to SJv T7WLOR BROS Has Everything the Farmer needs 1J- W fr 1cSpring Plowing He handles the celebrated Vulcan Plow also has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of the VLatest Pattern and Lowest Prices fRoofing and Guttering 21 Specialty c GVffi HIM A CALL 2 f f f f 3 There is nothing like Good FLOURiii ii 9V Every housewife every cook knows that Good Bakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE- BYTIIEElliston NUll Co WACO KENTUCKY Wall Paper and Painting JVe have just received a nice line of the newest patterns in WALL PAPER anti shall he glad to have you calf antI in spect our stock before buying We Have the Goods and the Price to Suit alLt We have secured the services of Mr B Sigman who is a practical painter nail interior decorator anti can have all the paper you buy from us put on if you so desire and will guarante nil work done him TjWe are also in shape tb take jobs of House Painting and will be glad to furnish estimates Call and see us before making yourcon tra- otsPerry Thomas I z A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of t s i vv Dry Goods h We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you i1satisfaction WJhJi1fCB 1iihson Corner Main and Second so QiCHN1Cfl KFNTLJCKV- I 7 = = I 1 i to V 1 AOur Window Scmnis are r Z matte and painted somplste 7 ready to be put in placed jwithout tim aid of a carpen f ti ter Prices are low with no i I extra charges for odd sizes Try us on all kinds ol Mill Work a rrt jh rzt t8 i Lexington Lumber and 4 i nufacturingt Co 1 vLMaInCO2R f f iS i r 4 Lexington KeDtuck j4 S eTI- i ct Jc1 1d tf t tk tf1T F t r r r 1fi 11 tss Part Two I T THE RICHMOND CLIMAX ilVOLUME 30RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1904 UMBER51 f II PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST ol 7ImmN 1ilighest Quality floods Ti 7Iffi F7F7ffi Lackey arid Hamilton ffi 71 F1 You the the most the the price t12 ffi ir JI2JI2Q Qe2 0J22JI2e2Q JI2JI2 + c We with showing of New Spring 4 sos Goods in line W + The latest things in Dress Goods Novelty Suitings Plain Fancy Wiiist + ings Percales etc all grades and prices veryCson at per up I Large line of the newest things in Braid and Medallions Em broideries Ribbons and pLaces at all prices from Ic per yd up2 Ve have just received our Spring Hosiery The hest values to he in tiPS Hf isses and child rens plain fancy lace and stripped Hosiery rat 81 1O l2 520 25e taft I T T p d 1 1 i Very Lowest 1 Pirces t The habit of buying good goods is cultivated by trading 7i at the Hustling hthhave advantage of getting of best for d rv our 10 every 7J i7 and Ginghams Trimming s New had ribbedjE- S Cas arejjready Carpet and Lace Cur lOur tain Department with barnains Carpe tIKyd and up Mattings lOc and nu gup Rugs OSc 125 150 2and up fI II CURTAINS48c pair Poles complete for 10 cts g The largest line of Trunks Telescopes and Valises shown in the city Trunks SlOO and up a z nice 24inch Suit Case at S125 Tele X N scopes and Valises all prices rajs We have secured some of the best r factory lines of SHOES to he had lf Style the latest quality the highes NJL wear satisfactory price always the w i lowest Our FAMOUS TILT shoes fi r for men at S3 50 to S5 are the best 1 ever shown in the city Try one IIpair and you will always wear them of Spring boysIi made of at S49S Better goods at prices just as rea- P sonahle Suits made to order and fit guaranteed J tOur prices are the very lowest that can be made on all qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a A look means the purchase a bargain for you r Our Mo o is to le ase fI Very Respectfully lACKEY AND HAMilTON i H Jt 8 rb W 1h 7i 7Iffi I7 ISpringis Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their h111es withnew ful te3 lIIIIIFc EOUIe J= = I am now prepared to do this kind of work at most rea sonable prices u = = I Outside and Tnside Painting Papering L = Vanishing Et Orders left at B L Middeltons promptly toic MILLER F I IlltfNEItN1ROuhSOUTHERN I SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES BETWEEN CHATTANOOGA CHARLESTON SAVANNAH JACKSONVILLEIHREVEPORT and TEXAS POINTS I FOR INFORMATION ADDRESli Geo E Clarke TP A 89 E Main Street Lexlngtmi I WAGarrett WC KlnearsoB General Manager Gen fa PAssenger Asnt- OINOINNATI k I J r w Ei a per +sl I Cottage Suit- Cases Our stock iJ wearing materials look of wilTbe attended KNOXVILLE A Sure Thing exctpIleathtether true Dr Kings Nw Discorer lilljan testify to that Mrs C B VanMe tre of Slipiliprdlovn W Vn savs J l iIa severe cnse of Brniichitin and for l vear tried everything I heard ot lint KingNewnick11M infalliblo for Croup HIIIICbntIpsSheriffs Sale Niumte Garrison R T aad Jas Whlttaker NO TICK OF SALE Byvirtue of a Judgment ami OrCr of Snle of the Richmond Police Court the undersigned will on Saturday May 14 1904 it the heur of 2 pm in front of tho ourt house door in Richmind Ky the110usestreet in Richmond Ky consisting 1borarticles will be sold as a whole on a credit of three months purcbaser to ocuritysaltiof sale at the rate of 6 per cent and to bo a Hen upon the articles sold to ole ure its payment JOHN F WAGERS S M C 27 ap 3t T The Calvert MISS WfLLlE K HOCKER FKOPIHETKES3 Rates J 00 per Day Bpeninl Rules to Large Parties 3041 FINNEY AVENUE ST LOUIS MOa1 s- ii CURE FOR LEPROSY A CUBAN PHYSICIAN DISCOVERS REMEDY FOR DREAD DISEASE Made from Bark and Sap of the Man glerojo or SeagrapeSurpris ObtainedIfrom Its Use Dr Matlas DuqUe a Cuban physician of Havana who has long devoted hlm jself to the study of leprosy among the sufferers from this terrible malady In Colombia and Isthmus of Panama as well as In the Lepers hospital at Ha- Vana announces the discovery of a remedy for the disease which in numerous cases has been tested and found to bring relief and In a number of instances complete cures The medium of cure Is prepared from the bark and sap of the manglerojo or sea grape which grows along the northern coast of Pinar dell Rio province west of Bahia Honda The physicians of the Cuban capital who have heretofore frequently ex pressed doubt as to the efficacy of Dr Duques experiments which were first conducted under the auspices of the United States government have now become convinced that the subvention granted by Gen Leonard Wood to en able tho specialist to carry on his ex periments and which monthly stipend of 250 has been continued by the Cuban executive has been well expended and are congratulating Dr Duque on the results He now has under his care at the Hospital San Lazaro in Havana more than 20 cases The first patient placed under the new treatment more than two years ago was discharged as cured about a year ago and several others have been released since Of ten subjects under Dr Duques treatment in one ward of the HavanaI hospital one that was as a specially bad case when he first began to take the treatment lacks all signs of ever having been afflicted with the disease two others show very slight Indications of leprosy while six more appear to be improvingOne these patients was expelled from the United States eight months ago after being held up at Port Tampa en route to Hot Springs Ark and today only a medical expert might diag nose his complaint so healthy does he appearDr Duque claims no secret or exclu sive privilege as It Is his wish toreUeveIsufferers from leprosy the It is claimed that the Indians of San Bias on the isthmus of Panama and those of the Colombian Interior have known of the medical properties of the mangle for centuries Duque himself made the discovery by accident his at tention being drawn to the gathering of Indians from the uplands on the sea coast at stated Intervals They always camped whea the sea grape was thickest along the beach and devoted the greater portion of their time to gathering and drying mangle bark and roots While under treatment Dr Duques patients are subjected to a diet of bread milk eggs and fresh beef and are prohibited the use of wine or coffee Each patient is required to bathe twice a day In water as hot as he can stand WILL AID COTTON GROWING Government GivingImpetus to Indus try by Furnishing Sea Island Seed to Porto Ricans The United States government through its agricultural experiment eta tion at Mayaguez Porto Rico has determined to encourage the growing of Sea island cotton In the new possession Special Agent Mark D Gardener is Bending out notices that he has received a quantity of Sea Island cotton seed from Edisto island South Carolina and that he will supply free not to exceed four pounds each to planters and farmers who wish to experiment with the seed The seed was bought and forwarded to Porto Rico by the office of industrial plants in the United States department of agriculture Washington D C and It Is only requested that every planter or farmer making experiments shall in form the Porto Rico station of the results and send a sample of the product for transmission to Washington- Mr Gardeners offer Is accompanied by a circular letter from President R M Walker of the Walker Cotton and Industrial company San Juan la which Mr Walker tells In detail how to obtain the best possible results from Sea Island cotton planting in Porto Rico Mr Walker pleads strongly for a rigid quar antine against the Mexican cotton boll Weevil and the destruction of all seed except the Sea Island variety Heiress at the Washtub Miss Minta Climer an heiress to thousands of dollars a beautiful girl leader In the younger society circles of Vienna 0 has pledged herself to raise 50 for the support of a mission In Armenia For two weeks she has done washing for a few families In Vienna and has earned 12 The balance of the money 38 she will raise by work- Ing as an ordinary hand in a factory Her father Is The wealthyI Zebras trained to work in harness are among the latest novelties In London In the cultivation of the zebra the Chicago Tribune remark It may be that our English cousins see a hope of being able to carry on their future wars without tha aid of tho Missouri mule Season for Liars Is Open The fish story season has been opened at Lake OkoboJI with a yarn about the discovery of a fish provided with ears like a hog The outlook says the Sioux City Journal Is encouraging for an unusually good quality fishy fiction this year Four handsome well located lots 50 x ISO feet cheap on Installment ulan Also two lots in a stone throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply to Ti P Evans State Bank Trust Co Illg Notice to Creditors All pattte h Tlng claim against the estate of O Ilunleju deceased ire reqntsted to tile- ame with the undersigned properly verified on or bfore June tit 1904 or same will be barred 2m WVH HUNLBY Admr We purcnasetl onr vehicles to sell and it you will only call and ret prices we will prove this assertion and make custoImerCovin ton Arnold 4 Bro wan your wool They will pay the highest market price for ife SOatf r 1 c JLL- k Happenings in Kentucky REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Threatened Contests Between Bradley and Yerkea Did Not Take Place Louisville Ky May 4lhe threat tned contest between former Gov W Inlithe control of the republican itatej pind central committee failed to mtv teriaUze at the convention Tuesday in two speeches which won him ova Lions Mr Bradley declared for har many He moved that the rules and order of business be suspended b roro the report of the committee on cred n tlals should be announced and that Mi1 Yerkes the temporary chairman fco unanimously declared permanent chalt man The same motion applied to the retention of Samuel J Roberts antI Young E Allison as permanent secre taries The motion was carried unani mously after It had been held up for sometime by former Congressman John D White who was finally bowled down The platform adopted endorses the administration of President Reese velt which following as It has done the policy of William McKinley has continued with unabated force the marvelous prosperity with which our country has been blessed since the re powerinRichard P Ernest of Oovlngton and George M Long of Leltchfleld were nominated by acclamation to servo with Mr Bradley leaving one more delegate at large to be selected Tho practice of previous state eon ventlons having been to name a Ne gro delegate at large the remaining position on the delegation was con tested for bY several of that race Dr B E Underwood colored of Frank fort was nominated TWO DEATHS OF FIVE CASES It Is Alleged Yellow Fever Rages In Pike County Sergent Ky May 4Flve cases of what Is said to bo yellow fever are reported In the vicinity of Long Fork creek Eastern Pike county near tho Letcher ebunty line Two deaths have already occurred Rev Tandy John dlsoaseISunday There are at present three other easel two in the Johnson family and One in the turk family Physi clans have prono nced the disease gen ulne yellow fever fURl the people of the whole section are wrought up for fear there will be a general spread It Is said here that a traveling man from New York who came here from South America and traversed this county during the latter part of last month Introduced the Infection Won the Debutante Stakes Louisville Ky May 4Miss Inez Charles R Ellisons Pirate of Pen zance filly won the Debutante stakes nt four furlongs Tuesday afternoon In a driving finish with Imp Lady Savoy The others were beaten off Five horses started itt the steeplechase event and ail fell but Volantlne which won Nitrate the favorite fell at the last Jump and Leo Planter went over him and fell on Jockey Schlmmel who was astride of Nitrate Schimmels right leg was broken in two places and he was seriously injured internally and may die Speed Will Case Frankfort Ky May 4The will case of the late Mrs Speed of Louis ville was argued before the court of appeals Tuesday by Helm Bruce Jas exSenatorIheirs seek to break a will by which the Methodist church inherits 225000 for the endowment of educational ic itltutlons To Break the Will Louisville Ky May 4The trial ot Mist Bessie Irwins suit to break the will of her father was begun In Judge Gordons court Miss Irwin declares she Is cut off without a dollar She charges testamentary incapacity and undue Influence The estate is worth about 2000 A Family Pet Attacks Child Newport Ky May 4Irene the 4 yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Wit liam Smith of 638 Robert street was attacked by a water spaniel belonging to the family Tuesday morning and se vereiy bitten In the face near the left ye The flesh win terribly lacerated Is a Raving ManiacINewport Ky May 4Henry Weld neroflrmer president of the German national bank of this city Is a raving maniac and la now confined In the Newport city ja1lfor safekeeping Continual brooding over the loss of a fortune of about 1700 the cause Struck By a Train Covlngton May 4Henry Jackson 25 colored was struck by an L N train at Pike and Russell streets Cov Ington shortly after 7 oclock Tuesday evening He was severely injured about the head and shoulders It Is thought his skull was fractured Reduces the Stock Louisville Ky May 4The BIckett warehouse Tuesday sold 160 hogs heads of Green river tobacco for about 15000 This reduces the stock ot Green river to about 1500 hogsheads It is expected that the stock will be exhausted by June 1 Issued a Warrant For Himself Covlngton Ky May 4City Attorney George E Phillips Tuesday Issued a warrant for himself Bruce Thorn ton license Inspector concluded to make tho lawyers pay their annual U consa of i0- Made Young Again One of Dr Dings New Life Pills each nighttor two weeks has put me in my teens ncain writes D H Turner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe DrugStoreLyinj about your age wont prolong yourlife Quick Arrest J A Gulletge of Verboua Ala was twice in hoafiiil from a severe case of pi les causing 24 tumors After doc tots and all remedies failed Bucklede furtherlitiflamatlonquoTe aches and kills pain 25c at R Stockton Druggist 1m Call on 8 K Rock for Surveying Real Instate and Life Insurance Omtitn SneE Deathetage belore selling your wool tf r scoirsEMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure consumption and the fromIFor 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 strengthfor girlsforEmulsion is a great help Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 50c and SlOO all druggists = = =THE CLARK HANDICAP It Was Easily Won By C E Rowes Colonial Girl F Louisville Ky May 6 Colonial Girl C E Rowes 8yearold bay mare by Meddler Springtide showed her self to be one of the best of her sex In the west Thursday by easily winning the Clark handicap from one of the atIone of the biggest crowds of the meet beIearly pace but Lyne rated Colonial Girl perfectly and made his ride as they turned Into the stretch and the mare came on and beat Monsieur Beau caire by two lengths The latter was a length In front of Reservation The Rowe entry was favorite at 6 to 5 Colonial Girl and Bell the Cate wero the- only favorites to win- It Is said that C Rowe won 8000 In the oMoftown poolrooms on tho victory of Colonial GirL SATISFIED WiTH LIFE TERM Curtis Jetts Attorney Moves to DIs- miss His Appeal Frankfort Ky May GIn the court of appeals Thursday when the case of Jett and White versus the Common wealth was called Judge Hazelrigg attorney for Curtis Jett dismissed the appeal as to Jett and the appeal ot forItftitd both given life sentences for tho MarcumLatera death sentence for the murder ot young Coclcrell The appeal from the death sentence will be argued Friday This move means that Jett Is willing to take the life sentence and risk getting a new trial for the murder of Cockrell STOLE A MARCH The independents Buy a Big Tobacco Warehous In Louisville Louisville Ky May 6 Another In dependent tobacco warehouse Is to be established in Louisville The company acquires the largest warehouse the city on Main street between Iin and Tenth The house has been lease to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co generally known as fha combine The new company will Ale articles of Incorporation in a few day ll ThtS members of the company have been buying 6n the breaks for along UmE and are said to be especially interested Iii foreign business Tho price paid for the warehouse Is about 30000 It has been under lease to the trust which would probably have purchased It but the new company stole a march Belong to Commonwealth Attorney Frankfort Ky May 6Tho court Dr appeals decided that the per cnL fines paid a commonwealths attorney must bo credited on his salary for the year In which the fines are actually paid into the state treasury and not for the year in which the fines may bo assessed by the Judge or jury A Strange Fever Sergent Ky May 6SaUte John son 17 daughter of Tandy Johnson who died Monday night of a strange fever onl ong Fork creek succumbed to the saire disease There are three other cases under treatment and great excitement prevails Miss Johnson U the third victim of the maladyIForced to Wllllamstown Ky Points of this city has made an assignment to Jim Needham for the ben fit of his creditors Ills assets are 46000 and his liabilities 7000 Depreciation of bank stock and the pay ment of securities made serious In roads upon his fortune Miss Beasley Contests Wllliamstown Ky May 6Miss Anna R Beasley la contesting the nom Inatlon of C C Adams for superin tendent of schools of Grant county before the county democratic executive committee Mr Adams majority was three votes A decision is expected pcxt Monday EyesIghtI Scott 40 who has been totally blind for 20 years suddenly received his sight Wednesday at Burns east of here When It was announced to Scott that a neighbors house was on fire he became greatly excited and his eyesight returned A New Chief of Police Jackson Ky May 6Joe Bruner the new chief of police engaged by the city council arrived Wednesday night prom Lexington and was Installed on Thursday He Is a fearless efficient officer and is expected to prove a ter FOr to the lawbreakers Feftred He Will Lose His Mind Louisville Ky May 6G W Mo Clelland a Philadelphia traveling salesman who is well known In Cia cinnati was taken to that city by rel atives and friends who fear he will lose his mind H will be placed la a C1ctnnatt 1nir o d t OIr f is often a f realizes pay by the He has long tho Theyre ready the moment theyre needed theyre fashionable serviceable and fit with tbegraoc I ful swagger that a young man likes and best all are not costly The illustration shows two of the Spring Styles They are designed for young of ultra tastes partic larly those who want to be in style The price range Starts AtItyleJ Ilawes Hats I jthese garment for you buy uptodate stylish garments ready made for less money than the material costs you not made Get prices on all ready to wear garments of I the best and save money on every Entire Basement and we have what you want Our Ladies Waiting Room on balcony in our handsome new store is quite a for the and they all feel very much at with us for are always Visit us when in the pleasant and obliging will make your stay with us a pleasant one Very 1 1 R brat Barytas We have two hand made buggies costing 125 each which will now be offered at S50 each Tiiis is an opportunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works SOmtf S L Midklff Prop Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler In India but one person out of 20 can read or write Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr KIniss Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day cunng Indigestion Biliousness Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troublfB Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25e at R C Stocktons- drug let D Oldham Co IW to Particular PeopleI The Young Man WhoDresses Well man of small salary importantforstylish and he that he cannot afford to the high prices charged merchant tailor ago solved uptodate buyIng of the ISnappiest uptotheminute men II 200 I II IIandarelooldnlSuitsSilkmade can our cash ITrya Pair ourHLa France Ladies Shoes LaFrancearetheget pnrchlleIOur the treat ladies home they welcome city clerks New Constipation Sick store IIsrespectfullyit W D OLDHAM eo Working 6 i Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KYibShippers of J I Alnite Coa1M1 5 + +++ ++ + + 4 + ji A 1 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary I jI zrate without any attention f f I + + r c ++++ + V 0i- t im i wELDERS O BARGIN STORED I- K h A A Warm Weather Suggests a the necessity of the immediate purchaseof just such warm weather fabrics as 5 are tnlide mention of and the attractivelv low prices that prevail throughout this 32 moneysaving store suggests the wisdom of buying here 3 y Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with J 611 choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for 6tt Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids 1I checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc N Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12 ic grade lOc We are showing a beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5e up Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheapat 2c our price 15 Jacard Vole Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shades to select from 12ic India Linen 7i to 25c and Girls S OCMntfs8pecinls 10 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stockings Boys high epliced healSRnd toes and knee a splmdid wearing and dressy Stocking liZA95 to 91 the Iron wear kind 2threat 2x2 ribbed worth 25c at 15c paIr 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings f heAl and tocs made of sorvicoacle firm tread bu elastic sizes 1 to 10 worth 25c at Ilic per pairdouble See stock of Rugs on cloth 2Q to 75c vd J Mattings 1015 and 20c ward Carpota l2c to 125 yard our We the prettiest stock of lens Suits at t to 10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Snits i are KneeSuitsSltoS Mens Sitlrts25c to SlStrlw Hat men boya58lOc up toL 25 4 toS of Notions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line to select from SOc to pair Poles 8 and lOc Stock Brass xtens1on rods 810 and 15c New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to 4 complete Ask to tbem Ladies Walking anltDrcss Skirts1i548c Pants 4Oc Oown48c Skirts 50c see toQ8 75 They are teauties 4j t1I MILLINERY u t1forO beautiful styles The smartest creations of the season are here and at surprisingly Low Prices the most beautiful styles at 1 to 2 9U Hundreds of btlautifnl trimmed tInts ready for Afi choosinK marked Low Prices to suit ChlldrenYSchool and Dress Hats Flowyour description leathern Bleached Pillow CaW full size and fine qnmHty choice wearing quail 4gT ers ties eve ry Handkerchief 610 arid j5e Parasols 40c to SJ 95 Corsets 25o to il 50 Shoes idfflippnianScS Picture Frames 5 10 182529 and 49c We have received about I W pictures from 5a up to each Do not full to see them We have only a few Jardineres left at AJIrRespectfully Submitted t the Caih Trait I 1 1 Elderif Il r t J iJ I = tr wi uI T and and enjoy yourself Thenwant one of our you easy riding vehicles 1i wtaMSa fcaTnaae RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can- The Richmond WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1904 Spring Cleaning is the order of the day E Deatherace pays the highest price for wool tf The Doctor of Alcantara May 14 Prices 25 and cents The Great Council of Red Men is in in session this week at Paducah Be sure to see Alex Denny as Doctor Paracelsus at the Grand Opera house on next Saturday evening The Cecilian Olub will meet at the Elks rooms this afternoon with Miss Kate Smith as leader May 13th and 14th will be examination for pupils of the common schools who desire diplomas of graduation Colonel W G Welch one uf the most prominent attorneys in the state ded last week at his home in Stanford Pretty crirls catchy music and at tractie Spanish costumes to he seen at the Grand Opera House next Saturday evening May 14th The mvstery of the disappearance of E L Wentz of Philadelphia which occurred last October has been solved by the finding of his body near Big Stone Gap Virginia a few days ago For the next 2o dayswe will close out for cash at cost two Moore double heaters three Radiant Homes three Cotes Hot Blast Ptovep in order to make room for spring goods n B hackpI lord Co The S100000 damage suit of Mrs Arabella Marcnm against Judge James and Senator Alex Hareis and Sheriff EJ Callahan for the assassination of her husband has been set for May 16th at Jackson Oscar Rtanifer the little son of Mr and Mrs roe Stanifer was serious Iv hruisd bv belli run over by a hnpe ard bnggv on the corner of Third and Irvine streets last Friday after flOflTliii Slier of Paint Lick who kWH Dr Edwin Poyntz about two yours committed Suicide rn Son day bv shooting himself through the hpl1 Two empty bottles showed that he livl tk ju pmtin also No cause is civel for th deeil The residence of SIrs A P Allison Duncan Avnne occupied by Mr and Mrs Smith Olnrk was hiullv damaged hv tire Thursday morning The originated from tho kitchen fine The building is Insured for f25PO and Sllf on furniture Keiitiinkimi lit Zen Mrs Allis iq well known here where she often visits Mrs W Eo Luxnn Sr Tier many friends will regret to learn of her misfortune e 1omething to Do You Want to Drive- In stylishelegant and handsome Buggy Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabout thoroughIy comfortably VJDorks Climax e 3 115 TII TheFinishing TouchYou never ap pear properly dressed the fin Ishing touch This you will not have unless your laundry is properly done To bo certain of this send your laun dry to the M N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry TOfflce Rice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofCbllrgeL Deatheragbfore lx wtieys fresh candles at Fraaa Bros opposite Glyndon Hotel For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage and all kinds of toilet req fj nisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Piggs grocery on Main street 20atf A Chanje of Date The date of the Kirksville Fair has been changed o July 15th and 16th This as all other fairs at Kirksville promises to be a great event and will be attended by larA crowds fA Liss Dr O C Hooker has suffered the loss of one of his most valuable horses While in pasture the animal ran apainft j a tree and broke his neck death re JJ suIting therefrom The horse was val ued at 500 fj Wire Fence I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will canfIon or address JDLONG may 11QJlvr Richmond Ky Removed to Louisville It was with regret that the ma y triends of Mr and Mrs Chas B Henry witnessed their removal to Louisville last week Mr Henry only recently resigned his position with the L A railroad for which he has worked for ten or twelve years He is now run ning as brakeman on one of the main roads between Louisville and St Louis Me and his family will be missed by a large circle of friends here but the best wishes follow them to their new home Tea then Examinations The examinations for teachers coun tv certificates will he held as follows For white teachers on the 3rd Friday and Saturday of May June July and August and for colored teachers on the 4th Friday and Saturday of same months Examinations will be held in the Court House and will begin at 830 Applicants will please be on timer WILLIAM W AGES County Superintendent STay 10 1904 Officers Elected The Big Hill Coal Company held its annual meeting at the office of the com pany in the State flank Trust Com panys Building on the 9th inst The Board of Directors elected by the clockholders for the ensuing year were John H Jones T P Jones Harry P Jones J W Malone and F of Flushing Pa J Stone Walker Dr G W Evans John C rhenanlt H 11 Hanger J A Sullivan of Richmond KentuckyThe elected the following officers Harry P Joes President F H Miller ViPePresident J Stone Walker Treasurer J A Sullivan Sec retary John HJonesand HB Hanger Executive Board This annual report showed the Corn nnny t he in fine financial condition This Company has just placed on its coal road a 2T horse power gasoline mo tor car capacity ten people speed 40 mile an hour Meets every train at ttrnnh Creek round trip fifty cent Carries the mail to Johnetta and make inele trips each way in 8 minute The pnlllIp was hnilthv the Sheffield Motor- Car Company The installation of this Ilir service will provo a great conven ienre to the nfllcersand members of thp lomnnnv and all persons wishing to visit Johnetta Mr EAT is U wavs an interesting subject especially when J IfIIIJA Green Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Cajidies in fact everything that can be found in a first J class grocery We call special attention to our line J of SEEDS We handle all kinds ofwFIELD AND GARDENSEEDS f GIVE US A CALL t luther quguelg cSuccessors to E Deatherage Co IJ a 4tstm ktWtI atI iLE Ii L Fine Hats Swellstylesa older men The worlds best brands to select from YoiimaHi Roelofs Igpneeir Stetson 34Bestsu Q iJ 3 lOfficers Elected The Alumni Association of Caldwell High School met last Wednesday and elected the following officers for the ensuing year President JQ Million Vice President WS Kroaddus Secre tary Miss Mabel Kunkle and Trees nrer Miss Sue Scrivener The members of the Alumni are meeting regularly now and making preparations for their annual Commencement banquet Damage Suit Mrs Lewis Mulfinger who sued the L N railroad for damages on ac count of the death ot her husband has been granted the sum of 8000 The case came up the Appellate Court on last Wednesday the opinion ot the whole Court being delivered by Judge Nunn said opinion affirming the 8000 judgment of the Madifon Circuit Court It will be remembered that Lewis M ul finger was killed at Paris in lOOlwhile working as brakeuian for the L N railroad company Madison Institute The closing exercises will take place ing order Recital Saturday night May 21st College chapel Baccalaureate sermon Sunday morn tug May 23 Christian church Operetta and Tom Thumb Wedding Monday night May 23 Opera house Class Day Exercises and Art Exhibition Tuesday morning May 241hl College chapel Senior Promenade Tuesday night IAY 24 College lawn Recital Wednesday night May 25 College chapel- Commencement Exercises Thurs lay niorningMay 26 Christian church A thicken Farm 1 hat Dcesnt PaT Mr T J Powers who grew tired of titty life decided to move to thecountry md try farming He also engaged to a jonsidemble extent in that profitable justness of poultry raising His exper iences along this line have been many ind varied In his endeavors to rid his young chickens of lice he was sp SOC cessful that he rid himself of over sev enty of his first hatching of spring chickeus and more that were coming on This was quite a sad experience for Mr Powers and we would suggest that he use some other kind of insect killer and not so much of chicken kill or and we trust he will fare better in rhe future Delightfully Entertained One of the pleasant social organiza tions of our city is the Broadway Flinch Club composed of the ladles cyho teslde on Broadway Since its trganisation early in the winter there have been many pleasant meetings On last Thursday afternoon Mrs A T Douglas was hostess From halt past two until five oclock a most spirited game progressive flinch was indulged in Mrs John R Pates was the lucky winner of the first prize a beautiful couch pillow while the seconda dainty hand embroidered pin cushion went to Mrs J Walter Azbill At the close 0 the game delicious refreshments ot cream cake and frappe were served the guests all of whom voted it one of the most enjoyable afternoons in the history of the Club Inspection of Model Win Adams Rons who have the contract for the Goebel monument to he erected at Frankfort stated last night that they expected Moretti the New York sculptor to meet Senator McUreary and the balance of the Goe bel monument committee the first of week to inspect the Moretti model which has been at the depot for some time If the model receives the approval of the committee the sculptor will At once commence work and the figure of the umriyred governor will be rushed to completion as rapidly as possible The monument will be placed on exhi bitten for several days before being shipped to FraukforLIelUtiRtQtl Dew ocrtU o Painfully Host Mr Gamble an employee at the L A work shops was painful injured on last Friday by being caught in be- tWeen the machinery in some way He was taken to the home of Mr J D Kawlings where he boards and where prompt medical attention was given him It was found betides severe bruises two bones in one leg wer broken The patient is rusting very comfortably and his friendshope for his speedy recovery At The Ridding Gallery Dr Newman and Mr Fagala the genial and courteous managers of the handsome new riding gallery situated near the L and N depot have extended an invitation to the State County and Municipal officers and their families to spend two hours of an afternoon as their guests The occasion will no doubt prove very enjoyable and will be much appreciated by those who will attend This is one of the nicest machines of this kind that has ever visited our city and we are pleased to see it so well patronized and we are also glad to have two such gentlemen us its managers in our midst Will Wed Tomorrow Tomorrow morning at ten oclock the home of Mr and Mrs J H Kennedy on West Main street will be the scene of a pretty home wedding when heir eldest daughter Miss Annie will be come the wife of Mr B M Stagner of Duiicanon this county This wedding- S of unusual interest not only to a large circle of friends here but in the county as well where the bride espec ally is well known and much beloved Miss KennEdy who is an attractive blonde is possessed ot a beautiful disposition and has those traits of womanhood that will snake her a helpmate indeed for the man of her choice For several years she was a popular sales lady at W D Oldharas but since the list of this year she has been connected with Lackey Hamiltons Cash Store Mr Stagner is a prominent and prosperous young frmer of tbis county and i injevery way worthy of the prize he has won We extend congratulations a day in advance and wish the happy couple all the blessings of Dr G W Young formerly pastor of the M E Church here but now of Georgetown has been called to take charge of the work of the AntiSaloon League with headquarters at Atlanta Ga CONGRESSMAN GILBERT and Hon Dan Moore are too good Democrats to submit their claims to the constituted party authorities and then repudiate the action of said Congressional Com mlttee in calling for conventions instead of a primary for the selection of a Democratic nominee for Congress in this district The reported effort of a few friends of those gentlemen to ovcrthrowthe action of the district committee exposes the weakness of the two candidates who went before the Committee with Mr Helm and submitted their claims presumably to abide by the action of that body What kind of a muss would ensue should their protest be heeded may be imagined Mr Helms friends in Madison Garrprd Lincoln Rockcas tIe and elsewhere could just as prop erly enter a counter protest against rescinding the call for a convention It looks like Gilbert and Moore are groggy In the first round each exclaiming Save ino Cassius ere I inV Lot the committee stand byI Its action A rieasant DolT Mrs S A Deatherago of Newby held her millinery opening last Thurs day Large roVdif atteiided and two bands furnished music The day was much enjoyed by alt r t That we are Richmonds leaders in the race for first palce in the clothing business f is a fact wellknown to practically every man and boy in Madison county Few stores 5 in Kentucky outside of Louisville carry stocks of such magnitude as ours and this large t dealing which puts us in touch with the foremost clothing makers of America gives us 4 advantages in buying andselling not surpassed in any city however large These advantages are shown in our vast collection of fine Spring and Summer Suitsa collection so extensive and so well selected that every man readily finds just the thing his fancy calls for with an assortment I of sizes so skillfully adapted to every variation of shape and build that a perfect Fit is assured without the delay and extra cost madetoorder clothes Prices fromrange reliably cheap up to the very finest s5JJO 125015 18 20 2250 iIts a loss of good cash to have your suit made to measure well Fit you better with superior quality for less money Try us Stylish Furnishings No house leads us in style or quality of the smaller articles of mens attire The very latest in Shirts Neckwear Gloyes Sus penders Belts Hosiery Underweareverything de manded by style or comfort in spring and summer wear Our barkers Brand of pure linen collars are the finest two for a quarter collars made Try them Agents for Perrins fine French Kid Gloves ii A II W Ii I II rE lil m lJl ear- thRLELIOIOUS strikingly Thurman Grocery Co chargingvariably paid for the bad has supplantedbyby the cash methods which are strictly enforced in their establishment The cash sys tem levels all ranks for by cash and cashalone not credit standing nor good intentions can goods be procured Thus goods in the other goes to the door of producer or manu facturer and secures at the saving to his patrons and whichcash only can secure Mr Thurmans stock com productionsin sales goods are kept fresh pure and wholesome Furs hides tallow and wool are also purchased from the farmers of the surrounding country the highest market prices be ing aiways offered in cash Mr Thurman has been en gaged in the grocery business in Lexington and other points for eighteen years is an ex pert buyer and an enterpris ing business man The spot cash which he pursues is after all the popular one It is following strict business principles to their legitimate results small profits and rapidsales with each trans action complete in itself Oft For Beattyvilic It has been a long time since so much interest line been manifested in a move ment as has been in the Excursion which is being run today to Beatty vllle A special train with gay pen ants bearing the inscription Business Mens Special will be seen speeding its way to Lee Countys Capital where several pleasant hours be spent to day by all the repreentative businessmen of our city No movement of re c ut years has shown such a spirit of push and progress as does this one and out merchants no doubt will reap untold benefits from this trip All necessary plans have been arranged beforehand tindour citizens will receive a cordial welcome at thejiands of the good peo plo of Beattyvllle A short stop will be made in Irvine also and the day aside from its business features will be a pleasant outing for our merchants May unbounded prosperity and increased trade in all lines follow in the path of the Buslnesa Mens Special Grand Special for Thursday May 12th Hamburgs at and below eostalso 500 yards of Cotton Chaliies a- t2Iz2Cworth 7 12 to lOc r B W Turner lSalDi = jj IGoUUub Opening The first meeting of the Golf Club was held on last Thursday afternoon at their links on the Campus Quite a crowdwent out and much enthusiasm is boiiig exhibited Refreshments were served in the gymnasium and the af ternoon was very pleasantly passed The old tennis court has undergone changes anti everything bids fair for a pleasant season for lovers of this sport Home Talent in Comic Opera Through some misunderstanding tilt M was a conflict of dates which necessitated a change of the comic opera from Friday evening to Saturday the 14th The Doctor of Alcantara is a beautiful Spanish production and will be presented by Miss Minnie Dykes music class on next Saturday evening For quite a while rehearsals have been held and everythingpromisetj for a good show The cast is composed of some of Richmonds most talented young society people and their appearance in ramie opera 18 a source of much interest to their many friends The following is the cast of characters as they wilt ap pear on next Saturday evening Doctor Parnnelsus Alex Denny Donna Lucreza the doctors wile Miss Kate Smith Isabella their daughter Miss Minnie Dykes Inez a maid Miss Carlisle thenault Carlos in love with Isabella Prof Hutcheson Senor Paltlnzir Carlos father IAB Faris Don Pompon a lawyer J Donaldson Allman Wm Evan anehiaiorters Joe Watts Serenaders Chorus Citizens Etc This promises to be the society event of the season and tbe Grand Opera House will evidently be filled with representative audience The prices will he 25 and 50 cts Remember the date Saturday evening May 14th An Encouraging Letter The following letter from Mr Woods tends to show how the Infirmary is looked upon by a man who is in every sense of the word public spirited and whose encoiragenicnt time and again has helped the ladies in their work to keep the Infirmary openiUNITE WASHINGTON DC Apr 1901 Treas Pattie A Clay Infirmary Rihmond Ky DKAK IAlJAII hand yon my reg ulrr annual contribution to the support ot the Pattie Clay Infirmary I notice in the papers that our City Council declined to appropriate the small sum of money asked for the assistance of the Infirmary I deeply regret that tin Council in Ita wisdom saw fit to withdraw from your noble institution the pittance which it asked from the city I cannot view the Infirmary as other than a necessity whose removal would throw upon the city and county those patients who were once left to the mercy of mercenary and incompetent attend broadcast Uecently in this city Judges of the Snprene Court and Cabinet Offi cers lent their aid and presence toward the endowment and encouragement of a great Infirmary here over sixty thou sand dollars being lalsed privately in addition to the large tax levied for its support L xlngton but recently held a public n eetitie for the purpose of founding a third Infirmary there to which the city I believe subscribed liberally Ii view of these and of the fact that I have never heard a citizen complain of the tax levied for the sup port of the Infirmary I hope the Conn- ell wilt reconsider its action and restore the small appropriation have always felt a deep ud abU ig interest in the Infirmary nsyoaf records will show from its foundation and as I observe the steady increaseof these beneficent institutions In our land 1 rejoice that Richmond has been able to maintain one of the best in the country Respect fully C HI WOODS Hanans andI Walk= Over SHOES 1 11ItheITheyII have a great stock of other fine shoes in all styles lasts and leathers from I 2to3I And plenty of the best soft easy workshoes at J25J50 and p IJJ I15e iirT run TI AN1t1M ttwt moneyitt production will ourllncligent of Counal Proceedings The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held on last Thursday evening The question of the Pattie A byHonMr W B Shackelford made excellent epeechesin behalf of that most worthy institution On account of the absence of Councilman Bales the matter was postponed until the next meeting Councilman Miller made a motion that the Ctiief of Police notify the sa loons that unless they observe the or dinance lelating to the Sunday sale of intoxicants their license would be re voked The motion received no sec droppedMrpassed that a demanl be made on the Fiscal Court for funds expended by the epidemicpermits granted after which the meet jug adjourned The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Committee James Potts 900 Jennings Manpin 6 00 Sid Winkler 5 50 Tribble House 1 50 T B Collins 59 75 John Green 7 70 J C Lackey 85 00 00GJack Buckner 4 00 L R Blan ton 11 00 Climax Printing Co H 00 mTelephoneBe sure to see the comic opera at the Grand Opera House on next Satur day evening May 14th Prices 25 and 50 cents 1 A Mistake In our last weeks issue we made a mistake in our notice of Judge Turpins candidacy which was unintentional and which was an injustice to Judge Turpin We stated that he had been elected to fill out the unexpired term of Judge Sullivan which was two years when it should have been six months We gladly make this correction Will Reed re Boarders Mrs Vernon Beggs of 748 15yard Ave nue St Louis will receive Boarders during the Worlds Fair at the usual rates Mrs Beggs who was formerly Miss Mabel Terrill of this city is quite well remembered and much beloved by a large circle of friends She should receive a large share ol patronage especially from those who go from here 6t DEATHS TUDOR After a painful illness of only twenty hours Miss Nellie Tudor died last Wednesday at the home of her parents Squire and Mrs Tudor near Newby Deceased was only fifteen years old and was a general favorite She was just blooming into beautilnl young womanhood when death claim ed her But a consoling thought is that her blooming will be all the more beautiful for having been transplanted into Heavenly soil Her death was one of the saddest that ever occurred in that vicinity Her funeral wblch took place at the Gilead church on Thursday was preached by Rev G W Shepherd of this city after which her remains wore sympaItby J rC rl c a WALLER One of the saddest Jdeaths that ever occurred in this countv was that of Mrs Charles Waller of Union City After a painful illness of little over a week her death came and u last Tuesday she was called to her eternal rest Mrs Waller who was 37 years old was the oldest child of Mr and Mrs John D Hamilton of Union City and hers ithe first death to occur in this large family ot twelve children Mrs Waller was a beautiful type of womanhood A true Christian in every sense ol the word a model wife and mother and a daughter who honored her parents at all times She was widely known and much beloved and her death right in the very noon day of life is extremely sad She wilt be missed by a large circle of friends ami relatives but mostly in the homeIwhere now a husband and eight are mourning the loss of a beloved wife and mother She waa ready at all times j to make a sacrifice for those she lovel- and her many Christian deeds are a worthy example to others Besides her husband antI children she is sur vived by her father and mother Mr and Mrs John D Hamilton one of the most highly respected couples of this and eight brothers and three sisters among whom are Messrs Charted James and Thompson Hamil ton of this city Her funeral was preached on Wednesday at the Union Christian church by Elder L H Rey nolps in the presence ot one of the lar gest gathering of friends ever seen in that section A touching feature was the sight of her eight stalwart and man ly brothers bowed down with their first great grief acting as pall hearers Her burial took place in the Union Ceme tery and all that was mortal of Mrs Lou Hamilton Waller was laid to rest tJAe Sign of the ey E1 Iiij ilThe Housw that carries off the blue ribbon for the prettiest and most upto 1 date novelties in Belts Fancy Stocks Purses etc is OWEN McKEES cornerlMain and First streetsIaThe House for the noted Acorn Brand Ladies Shirt Waists carried ex j clusively by us is OWEN McKEES corner Main and First streets LI tIc D1 r rI j dIThe House that has the exclusive sale of Regia Sateen Petticoats isrIiIOWEN McKEES corner Main and First streetsI1i tirnii The House for the most uptodate Gents Furnishing Goods is OWEN gjraj McKEES corner Main and First streets L TheHouse L- 11j1 for Dress Goods Wash Goods Novelty Suitings Lawns Dimities Madras Ox iJ DryGoods I- I1I 1jtJfiItj Join and help swell the great throng that visits our store daily A visit iIi will demonstrate our supremacy in new styles for Spring and Summer From iI ilI every shelf and box peeps forth the evidence of our careful choosing which commands the admiration of eyerry feminine heart Lack of space prevents j our mentioning the hundreds of wonderful values to be had in every department Iem fb DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS o J ii rI i1i V I and and enjoy yourself Then you want one of our easy riding vehicles 1iee eaTTa IRleHlJIOND KY 1 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 1- 6FRESH z tiroceriesAGENTS E Boquet flour Lakeside at 20c a Can I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 11 1901 Spring Cleaning is the order of the day E Deatherage pays the highest price for wool U The Doctor of Alcantara May 14 Prices 25 and 50 cents The Great Council of Red Men is in in session this week at Paducah Be sure to see Alex Denny as Doctor Paracelsus at the Grand Opera house on next Saturday evening The Cecilian Club will meet at the Elks rooms this afternoon with Mira Kate Smith as leader May 13th and 14th will be examina tion for pupils of the common schools who desire diplomas of graduation Colonel W G Welch one of the most prominent attorneys in the state died last week at his home in Stanford Pretty eirls catchy music and at tractive Spanish costumes to be seen at the Grand Opera House next Saturday evening May 14th The mvstery of the disappearance of E L Wentz of Philadelphia which occurred last October has been solved by the finding of his bodv near Big Stonn Gap Virginia a few lays ago Forthe next 2o days we will close out for cash at cost two Moores double heaters three Radiant Homes three Coles Hot maRt stoves in order to make room for uprinc goods D B KhackflHord Co The SIOOOOO damage suit of Mrs Arabella Marcinn against Judge James and Senator Alex Hargis ami Sheriff Eel Callahan for the assassination of her husband has been set for May 10th at Jackson Oscar Stanifer till little son of Mr and Mrs loo Stanifer was serious Iv bruiwd bv belmr run over by a t hope ard bnggv on the corner of Third C and Irvine streets last Friday after noon tTohn Slier of Paint Lick who killed Dr Edwin Poyntz about two years committpd suicide In Snn dv bv Rhootimi himself through the head Two empty bottles showed that hn had tqkn puimm also No cause is ijeivedfor th dppl The rc tldAnco of Mrs A P Allis on Duirnn AvAnne occupied by Mr f JIalll Mrs Smith Clark was bndlvdam agpd hv tire Thursday niornlmr The blazn orisinatRd from the kitchen hue The building Is insured for 12600 and 300 on furniture Kentnckinn Oil zen fI Mrs Allis is well known hero where she often visits Mrs W E Luxon Sr F Her minv frinrMs will r met to learn of her misforlunp h I Jf 1Something tot I J Do You Want to Drive In a stylishelegant and handsome Buggy Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabput thoroughly comfortably handsome DT Peas e fOQJ Cts1The FinishingTouch You will never ap peer properly dreg ed without the tin ishing touch This you will not have laundryis To be certain of this send your laun dry to the M N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry Phone11SCharge Satisfaction guaranteed It will pay you to see E Deatherag before selling your wool tf Jxwneys fresh candles at Frasa Bros opposite Glyndon Hotel For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage and all kinds of toilet req nisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Piggs grocery on Main street 20atf A Change of Date The date of the Kirksville Fair has been changed to July 15th and lath This as all other fairs at Kirksville promises to be a great event and will be fltmded by large crowds A bus Dr O C Hooker has suffered the loss of one of his most valuable horse While in pasture the animal ran against a tree and broke his neck death re suiting therefrom The horse was valued at 500 Wire Fence I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address- J D LONG may 1104lyr Riclmond Ky Removed to Louisville It was with regret that the many triends of Mr and Mrs Chas B Henry witnessed their removal to Louisville last week Mr Henry only recently resigned his position with the L A railroad for which he has worked for ten or twelve years He is now run fling as brakeman on one of the main roads between Louisville and St Louis He and his family will be missed by a large circle of friends here but the best wishes follow them to their new home Teachers Examinations The examinations for teachers coon tv certificates will be held as follows For white teachers on the 3rd Friday and Saturday of May June July and August and for colored teachers on tho 4th Friday and Saturday of name month Examinations will be held in the Court House and will begin at 830 Applicants will please be on time- WILLIAM WAGBUS County Superintendent stay 10 1004 Officers Elected The Big Hill Coal Company held its innual meetine at the office of the com pany in the State Bank Trust Com panys Building on the Oth inst The Board of Directors elected by the otockholders for the ensuing year were John H Jones T P Jones Harry P Jones J W Malone and F of Plttshmg Pa J Stone Walker Dr G W Evans John C henaulr H H Hanger J A Sullivan of Richmond Kpntncky The Directors elected the following officers Harry P Joes President F H Miller VicePresident J Stone Walker Treasurer J A Sullivan Sec rctarv John H Jones slid HB Hanger Executive Board The annual showed the Com nnny t be in fine financialcondition This Company has lust placed on its coal road a 25 horse power gasoline mo tor car rapacity ten people speed 40 mile an hour Meets every train at Small Creek round trip flltv cents Carries thin mail to JohneHa and makes inc1e trips each way in 8 minutes The nutrinp was built bv the Sheffield rotor eRr Company The installation of this ear service will prove a great conven ionce to the officers and membersof thf oinnmiv and all persons wishing to visit Johnetta rr EAT rwis alwavs an interesting subject especially when know where to find such We have everythingyou o J in season in the grocery line oJ 1 Ii t Green Vegetables all kinds of x Canned Goods Fruits Candies t in fact everything that can be found in a first- S class grocery We call special attention to our line It oJof SEEDS We handle all kinds of FIELD AND- GARDEN SEEDSj I Berber Quguelg I I Successors to E Deatherage 2r Co aRI rS tSt- iI r I E Fine Hatsi Hats in our big stock to suit men of every taste Swell styles for the young fellows and staple shapes for the older men The worlds best brands to select from 7OUDla1l1S Roelofs Jgioneer Stetson itSand others in all colors and blocks si7es up to 7 34 Iii values for the pricer1 to 5 t a 7 Ytl V 1 t t V i Officers Elected The Alumni Association of Caldwell High School met last Wednesday and elected the following officers for the ensuing year President JQ Million Vice President WS Broaddus Secre tary Miss Mabel Kunkle and Tress urer Miss Sue Scrivener The members of the Alumni are meeting regularly now and making preparations for their annual Commencement banquet Damage Suit Mrs Lewis Mulfinger who sued the L N railroad for damages on ac count of the death ot her husband has been granted the sum of S000 The ease rame up the Appellate Court on last Wednesday the opinion ot the whole Court being delivered by Judge Xunn said opinion affirming the 8000 judgment of the Madison Circuit Court It will be remembered that Lewis Mul finger was killed at Paris in lOOlwhile working as brakeman for the L N railroad company Madison Institute The closing exercises will take place lug order Recital Saturday night May 21st College chapel- Baccalaureate sermon Sunday morn ing May 23 Christian church Operetta and Tom Thumb Wedding Monday night May 23 Opera house Class Day Exercises and Art Exhibition Tuesday morning May 24th College chapel Senior Promenade Tuesday night slay 21 College lawn Recital Wednesday night May 25 College chapel- Commencement Exercises Thurs lay nioniingMay 20 Christian church A Chicken Farm That Dcesnt ray Mr T J Powers who grew tired of city life decided to move to the country ind try farming He also engaged to a considerable extent in that profitable iuiBiiieps of poultry raising His experiences along this line have been many ind varied In his endeavors to rid his young chickens of lice he was so suc cessful that he rid himself of over sev nty of his first hatching of spring chickens and more that were coming on This was quite a sad experience for Mr Powers and we would suggest that heuse some other kind of insect tiller and not so much of chicken kill er and we trust he will fare better in the future Delightfully Entertained One of the pleasant social organiza tions of our city is the Broadway Flinch Club composed of the ladles Since itS who leslde on Broadway rganization early in the winter there have been many pleasant meetings On last Thursday afternoon Mrs AT Douglas was hostess From halt past two until five oclock a most spirited game progressive flinch was indulged in Mrs John R Pates was the lucky winner of the first prize a beautiful couch pillow while the eeconda dainty hand embroidered pin cushion went to Mrs J Walter Azblll At the close o the game delicious refreshments ol cream cake and frappe were served 0the guests all of whom voted It one of the most enjoyable afternoons in the I history of the Club Inspection of Model Vm Adams Soiin who have the contract for the Goebel monument to be erected at Frankfort statel last night that they expected Moretti New York sculptor to meet UIPI McOreary and the balance of the bel monument committee the first of week to inspect the Moretti model which has been at the depot for some I 0 timeIf the model receives the approval of tile committee the sculptor will at once commence work and the figure of I the martyred governor will be rushedt- o to completion as rapidly its possible The Wotuuitflent will be platted ton exbi bltiou for several days before being shipped to Firnrtkfort fceiuloti Dem- ocrati LI Painfully Hurt Mr Gamble an employee at the L A work shops was painful injured on last Friday by being caught in be tween the machinery in some way He was taken to the home of Mr J D Rawlings where he boards and where prompt medical attention was given him It was found betides severe bruises two bones in one log were broken The patient is resting very comfortably and his frieuilshope for hit speedy recovery At The Ridding Gallery Dr Newman and Mr Fagala the genial and courteous managers of the handsome new riding gallery situated near the L and N depot have extended an invitation to the State County and Municipal officers and their families to spend two hours of an afternoon as their guests The occasion willno doubt verv enjoyable and will be much apureciated by those who will attend This is one of the nicest ma chines of this kind that has ever visited our city and we are pleased to see it so well patronized and we are also glad to have two such gentlemen us its man agers in our midst Will Wed Tomorrow Tomorrow morning at ten oclock the home of Mr and Mrs J H Kennedy on West Maui street will be the scene of a pretty home wedding when their eldest daughter Miss Annie will be come the wife of Mr B M Stagner of Duncanon this county This wedding is of unusual interest not only to a large circle of friends here but in the county as well where the bride espec ially is well known and much beloved Miss Kennedy who is an attractive blonde is possessed ot a beautiful dis position and has those traits of worn anhood that will make her a helpmate indeed for the man of her choice For several years she was a popular sales lady at W D Okiharas but since the first of this year she has been connected with Lackey Hamilton Cash Store Mr Stagner is a prominent aud pros perous young frraer of this county and H inevery way worthy of the prize be has won We extend congratulations a day in advance and wish the happy couple alt the blessings of earth That we are Richmonds leaders in the race for first pale in the clothing business sJ is a fact wellknown to practically every man and boy in Madison county Few stores i 1 in Kentucky outside of Louisville carry stocks of such magnitude as ours and this large I dealingwhich puts us in touch with the foremost clothing makers of America gives us advantages in buying and selling not surpassed in any city howey r large These advantages are strikingly shown inour vast collection of fine Spring and Summer Suitsa collection so extensive and so well selected that every man readily finds just the thing his fancy calls for with an assortment jJ of sizes so skillfully adapted to every variation of shape and build that a perfect Fit is assured without the delay and extra cost madetoorder clothes Prices range from reliably cheap up to the very finest 0 5 8 10 1250 15 18 20 8225O Its a loss of good cash to have your suit made to measure well Fit you better with superior quality for less money Try us t IU OUR prove RELIGIOUS Dr G W Young formerly pastor of the M E Church here but now of Georgetown has been called to take charge of the work of the AntiSaloon League with headquarters at Atlanta Ua CONGKESSMAN GiLBEUT and Hon Dan Moore are too good Democrats to submit their claims to the constituted party authorities and then repudiate the action of said Congressional Committee in calling for conventions instead of a primary for the selection of a Democratic nominee for Congress in this district The reported effort of a few friends of those gentlemen to overthrow the action of the district committee exposes the weakness of the two candidates who went before the Committee with Mr Helm and submitted their claims presumably to abide by the action of that body What kind of a muss would ensue should their protest be heeded may be imagined Mr Helms friends in Madison Garrf rd Lincoln Rockcas tie and elsewhere could just as prop oily enter a counter protest against rescinding the call for a convention It looks like Gilbert and Moore are groggy In the first round each exclaiming Save me Cassius ere I sink Let the committee stand by its action A Pleasant Day Mrs S A Deatherago of Newby held her millinery opening last Thurs day Large crowds attended and two bands furnished music The day wai iatiolt enjoyed baH Stylish Furnishings No house leads us in style or quality of the smaller articles of mens attire The very latest in Shirts Neckwear Gloves Sus penders Belts Hosiery Underweareverything de manded by style or comfort in spring and summer wear Our Barkers Brand of pure linen collars are the finest two for a quarter collars made Try them Agents for Perrins fine French Kid Gloves FITS 1 Thurman Grocery Co The old system of charging it in which the good in variably paid for the bad has been completely supplanted by the Thurman Grocery Co by the cash methods which are strictly enforced in their establishment The cash system levels all ranks for by cash and cashalone not credit standing nor good intentions can goods be procured Thus the storekeeper with money in one hand and an order for goods in the other goes to the door of producer or manu facturer and secures at the very limit of the cost of pro duction prices which mean a saving to his patrons and which cash only can secure Mr Thurmans stock com prises the best productions in the food lines and by rapid sales goods are kept fresh pure and wholesome Furs hides tallowand wool are also purchased from the farmers of the surroundIng country the highest market prices be ing aiways offered in cash Mr Thurman has been en gaged in the grocery business in Lexington and other points for eighteen years is an ex pert buyer and an enterpris ing business man The spot cash which he pursues is after all the popular one It is following strict business principles to their legitimate results small profits and rapidsales with each trans action complete in itself Oft Tot IlcattyTIUe It has been a long tirnesince so much interest has been manifested in a wove ment as June been in the Excursion which is being run today to Beatty ville A special train with gay pen ants bearing the inscription Business Mens Special will be seen speeding its way to Lee Countys Capital where several pleasant hours will be spent to day by all the representative businessmen of our city No movement of re cent years has shown such a spirit of push and progress as does this one and our merchants no doubt will reap untold benefits from this trip All necessary plans have been arranged beforehand and our citizens will receive a cordial welcome at the hands of the good people of Beattyville A short stop will be made in Irvine also and the day aside from its business features will be a pleasant outing for our merchants May unbounded prosperity and increas ed trade in all lines follow in the path of the Business Mens Special Grand Special for Thursday May 12th Hamburgs at and below eoscalso Cotton Challies at 2 l2cworth 7 J2 to lO- cTurnerB W tm Golf Club Opening The first meeting of the Golf Club was held on last Thursday afternoon at their links on the Campus Quite a crowd went out and much enthusiasm is being exhibited Refreshments were served in the gymnasium and the afternoon was very pleasantly passed The old tennis court has undergone changes anti everything bids fair for a pleasant season for lovers of this sport Home Talent in Comic Opera Through some tilt N was a conflict of dates which necessitated change of the comic opera from Friday evening to Saturday the 14ih The Doctor of Alcantara is a beautiful Spanish production and will be presented by Miss Minnie Dykes music class on next Saturday evening For quite a while rehearsals have been baldand everything promises for a good show The cast is composed of some of Richmonds most talented young so ciety people and their appearance in comic opera ie a source ol much interest to their many friends The following is the cast of characters as they will ap pear on next Saturday evening Doctor Paraielsus Alex Denny Donna Lnnreza the doctors wife Miss Kate Smith Isabella their daughter Miss Minnie Dykes Inez a maid Miss Carlisle henault Carlos in love with Isabella Prot Hutcheson Senor Palthizar Curios father A B Paris Don Porn po o a lawyer J Donaldson Allman I Wm Evan 5 uchaorterR Uoe Watts Serenade Chorus Citizens Etc This promises to be the society event of the season and the Grand Opera House will evidently be filled with a representative audience The prices will he 25 and 50 cts Remember the date Saturdayevening May 14th An Encouraging Letter The following letter from Mr Woods tends to show how the Infirmary It looked upon by a man who is in ever sense of the word public spirited and whose encouragement time and agaIn has helped tile ladies in their work to keep the Infirmary open UNITE STATES SENATE WASHINGTON DO Apr 191 Treas Patti A Clay Infirmary Ri hmond Ky DKAH MauuzI hand you my reg ulrr annual contribution to the suppor 01 the Pattie A Clay Infirmary I notice in the papers that our City Counci declined to appropriate the small sun of money naked for the assistance of tin Infirmary 1 deeply regret that till Council in its wisdom saw fit to withdraw from your noble institution the pittance which it asked from the city- I cannot view the Infirmary as other than a necessity whose removal would throw upon the city and county those patients who werfonce left to the mere of mercenary aud incompetent attend ants increasing the mortality of on indigent i k and scattering dissas broadcast Iecantly in this city Judge of the SnproinaCotirtandCabiet Off cers lent their aid and presence towar the endowment and encouragement 0 a great Infirmary here oversixty thou sand dollars being laised privately il addition to the large tax levied for it support L sington but recently bel a public it eetinc for the purpose J founding n third Infirmary there t which the city I believe subscribe liberally I view of these and of th fact that I have never heard a citize complain of the ta levied for the sug port of the Infirmary I hope the Con cil wilt reconsider its action and restoi the small appropriation T have alwa felt a deep and abiding interest in th Infirmary ILl your records will sho from Its foundation and as I obser the steady increase of theBe benefice institutions In our land I rejoice tlu c1lonl has been able to waiutal tn test in the country Respectfully trO IS WOODS Hainans and Walk= OverThese two brands constitute the greatest shoe combination possibleeachone is 1 the best of its class I Hanans are recognized everywhere as the worlds finest shoes for men All the newest styles always in stock5 to 6 WalkOvers have no equal in shoes costing less than five or six doIlar They j are the worlds finest and best for the price350and 4 We have a great stock of other fine shoes in all styles of lasts and leathers from 2 to 3- And plenty of the best soft easy work shoes at 125 150 and 175 jT I CLOTHING misunderstanding jCoanal Proceeding The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held on last Thursday evening The question of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary was brought up by Hon R W Miller who together with Mr W It Shackelford made excellent speecheain behalf of that most worthy institution On account of the absence of Councilman Bales the matter was postponed until the next meeting Councilman Miller made a motion that the Cnief of Police notify the sa loons that unless they observe the ordinance lelating to the Sunday sale of intoxicants their license would be re yoked The motion received no second bence the matter was dropped Mr Shackelford madea motion which passed that a demand be made on the Fiscal Court for funds expended by the city during the recent smallpox epidemic There were several building permits granted after which the meet ing adjourned The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Committee James Potts 900 Jennings Maupin 6 00 Sid Winkler 5 50 Tribble House 1 50 T B Collins 59 75 John Green 7 70 J C Lackey- Kentucky 85 00 Register 4 00 GWGates 375 Jack Buckner 4 00 L R Blanton 11 00 Climax Printing Co 11 00 10TelephoneBe sure to see the comic opera at the Grand Opera House on next Satur day evening May 14th Prices 25 and 50 cents ISHOES OANKSI- t A Mistake In our last weeks issue we made a mistake in our notice of Judge Turpins candidacy which was unintentional and which was an injustice to Judge Turpin We stated that he had been elected to flll out the unexpired term of Judge Sullivan which was two years when it should have been six months We gladly make this correction Will Receive Boarders Mrs Vernon Beggs of 743 Byard Avenue St Louis will receive Boarders during the Worlds Fair at the usual rates Mrs Beggs who was formerly Miss Mabel Terrill of this city is quite well remembered and much beloved by a large circle of friends She should receivea large share ot patronage es pecially from those who go from here Ot DEATHS CTUDOR After a painful illness of only twenty hours Miss Nellie Tudor died last Wednesday at the home of her parents Squire and Mrs Tudor near Newby Deceased Vas only fifteen years old and was a general favorite She was just blooming into beautiful young womanhood when death claim ed her But a consoling thought is that her blooming will be all the more beautiful for having been transplanted into Heavenly soil Her death was one of the saddest that ever occurred in that vicinity Her funeral which took place at the Gilead church on Thursday was preached by Rev G W Shepherd of this city after which her remains were laid to rest in the family burying grounds The family have the sympa thy of all in their bereavement WALLER One of the saddest deaths that ever occurred in this county was that of Mrs Charles Waller of Union City After a painful illness of little over a week her death came and 0 n last Tuesday she was called to lcr eternal rest Mrs Waller who was 37 years old was the oldest child of Mr and Mrs John D Hamilton of Union City and hers is the first deal to occur in this large family ot twelve children Mrs Waller was a beautiful type of womanhood A true Christian in every sense ot the word a model wife and mother and a daughter who honored her parents at all times M e was widely known anti much beloved 1daybe missed by a large circle of friends and relatives but mostly in the home where now a husband and eight children i 4 are mourning the loss of beloved wife and mother She was ready at all times to make a sacrifice for those she loved and her many Christian deeds are a rworthy example to others Besides her liiisbund anti children she is sur rvived by her fattier and mother Mr J f and Mrs John D Hamilton one of the most highly respected couples of this county and eight brothers and thret sisters Among whom are Messrs Charted James and Thompson Hamil 1 ton of this city Her funeral was preached on Wednesday at the Union Christian church by Elder L II Rey nol ps in the presence ot one of the lar gest gathering of friends ever seen iu that section A touching feature was the sight of her eight stalwart anti man ly brothers bowed down with their first great grief acting as pall bearers He r burial took place in the Union Ceme tery and all that was mortal of Mrs Lou Hamilton Waller was laid torest t 16 zeSiyll of the Jley t J 6 Eil The Housw that carries off the blue ribbon for the prettiest and most upto gFB date novelties in Belts Fancy StocksPurses etc is OWEN McKEES corner Y iti tDMain and First streets IISifrHJ i6 The House for the noted Acorn Brand Ladies Shirt Waists carried exclusively b gj by us is OWEN McKEES corner Main and First streets I3 iairai iaJU The House that has the exclusive sale of Regia Sateen Petticoats is 1ig OWEN McKEES corner Main and First streetsHI Im j The House for the most uptodate Gents Furnishing Goods is OWEN 11 McKEES corner Main and First streets Ii1l The House 13 for Dress Goods Wash Goods Novelty Suitings Lawns Dimities Madras Ox fords Silks Ribbons etc The House fur everything thats best in the Dry 1TGoods line first and always is OWENMcKEES corner Main and First Sts D- 1J6I El iJ Join and help swell the great throng that visits our store daily A visit jj lI1 will demonstrate our supremacy in new styles for Spring and Summer From aIEI every shelf and box peeps forth the evidence of our careful choosing which D commands the admiration of everry feminine heart Lack of space prevents h our mentioning the hundreds of wonderful values to be had in every department 6 Ll IRII m Iw Ell IIw 0 DRY Gooos t4oTIONsSu115 tVR CLOAKS fURS WRAPS C c f 1 7 II iy yJ c Hil L f u 1 oc Jy SS QD ee t ft t t t t f t i t 1K The Greatest Selection I gil S s zi = OF z2t S c STYLISHue s S S S S S SS s lS s eGOsss s se s cs s s 5 S S S S S S S S S S 5 5 S S S S S S S S S 55 S S S S S S S S S S S S S 5 S e 55 iS se O 5 5G SS SS S S s I i O II U EL S SSS SsS a s S S s 5 S S SSSS SS SSSS S 555 SSISSSSSSSOS S S SSS 5 isees sss e sseass eoss ss s seess ss ssses se ss S S Iever shown in the city While we carry an elegant lineSS 4 of ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride thatS0s5 S SpringSS oes or a tes men an C ren ou can ma e noS a Smistake by looking our line over as it represents some ofSS 0S the best shoemakers of the world and you willsee our pricesS em Iare lower than are generally asked for these highclass ShoesI5 c sustS mS CRllTCHER TRIBBLE 1 1 aMainS Street Richmond Kentucky 5 S IS I S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 4 S S S S SS S SmmsaiThe Richmond Climax HpIH fVK wflNPflAY n The Climax Printing Co Incorporated mmC HENAULT President D MILLER Edltor Manager VI IISI LAY MAY II 1904 THE VICEPRESIDENCY Wh le it appears ruasonablycertain that Judge Parker will bo the Demo omtic nomim fir the Presidency this yem there h vu teen few prog nostioit ons s t he nominee for the ViueProsid noy There seems to be a growing senti munt for the South to tie represented upon thM tiokht and justly so for she furiishus every year a slld Democra cy iindilild and unchangeable In vow f this fueling we respectfully prison t the name of one who has served his iMiuiitry with distinction and tenor Ixilh upon the hold of bloody o riiHgn and in the councils of tiie rtUtut nation on the mirth HU first e trance into puolic life was as a representative iu the Legis lain e of this his native State that boasts of the ames of tlay Critton eon Marshall and Breckinridgc in her galaxy of iilnsirioiis statesmen Soou after becoming member his marked alii Iuywas rc gnizid upon every ham and he Wus elected to the Speaker of he Hun e htn the Civil war with its atidant horrors convulsed the lurid witi terror and bloodshed hu ft ii his duty to give his service to the Olifitdiracy and casting his lot with the immortal Morgan he fought valiantly and well to the end of be truggle attaining the rank of Lieu enant ohitiul When the Stalo was sill suffering from the biituliation and disaster of dufat lie was elected her Chief Executive a d did much to facilitate her rapid n cov ry from the effects of fra trie ilal strifeiAtur tbfo term of his Governoisblp ba xp roil the people of thisdistiict olninnd his services again and this t m to represent them in the Con CJ18rowerC011 LEXINGTON KY It is no- wHouse Gleaning Time and we are are prepared to offer you the most complete line o- fCarpzts Draperies FurnitureWall Wood Mantels Pictures displaedIned this season than ever be fore Cme and see us CFBrawer4Co MAIN AND BR ADWAleI LEXINGT1 rct gross of the nation which he did with the same earnestness and steadfat mss of purpose that has always cbar acterized his actions in the discharge if his public duties From this pod i tion he was nected to represent the gran old Commonwealth in the most august parliament that has ever deScided the destinies of nations or hanged Ihe chronology of the world The VicePresident is simply the Speaker of tile SenAtp and we know of n one who could fill that position with more grace and dignity than this eloquent impressive and diplomatic citizuu of the county of Madison and Senator from the proud but hospita bo state of Kentucky James B Mc Creary From Danville News COLONEL J C TUCKER former Uni ted States Minister at Martinique beteves he has found the lost tribe of Israel in a race of people who live in an underground city inCentral Amer ira These people have evidences of luxury are well acquainted with the Masonic RitualoA Statement Concerning Mad ison Institute There is a crisis in Madison Insti tute nnd lfeel that it is my duty to inform the citizens of M disua coun tl of thiS ftct It is well known that for the last fifteen years the school h s not been a liuancial success Hdvi ino endowment fund the school like other female colleges is dependent for support on the income from the board aud tuition of its stu donti The present session has been a prosperous one in everyrespect except in the matter of finance Toe work ansi the anxiety and feelingyof rerpjusibility involved in it great that a man soon tires of it when there is little or no money to be made at it and now alter three years of earnest effort it is perfect evident growhrightercompelled to give it up as my prede updaitisonof the past for uo man in his senses would take ic with the expectation of making it pay after three others bad throughbfteenwho would bo foolish enough to un dertake it then would not be capable of making success of auylhiug Tne only remedy in the case is more loyalty tothu school on the part of the people of this community shown by more heartysupport aud un increase of patronage If the peo tile feel enough interest in it to apply this remedy its continuance id as tured There are a number of boys and girls in tnis county now receiv intr elsewhere instruction that Madi ron Institute affords who if enrolled in this bool would increase its in comb sufficiently to make the institution resiiuablc profitable I have decided to remain another year and euougbfrhave hoarda number of persons say that if the people had known in time the true condition of Ceu ral University they would have come to the eacue and kpt it in Richmond and thy censured those in authority fur not letting thu facts be known As I uo not wish to be deserving of such Censure 1 am now making known iu advance the tree state of affairs con cerning Madison Institute leaving it Ui them to decide what its tate snail lie This is the only female college in Kentucky bse teachers are grad uates of Chicago University the Dui versityof Michigan Ann Arbor and others of the worlds greatest school I say this deliberately for it is tru And this accounts for another rct namely that it is the only school In the State whose graduates enter thu great institutions of the north and eatt such as WeUtlleyand Vassar privliegel tuo into river known to me and I make it my business to keep informed bunt such matters Is not this a proud distinction fur Richmond Can 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at leasi one dreaded disease that science hat heen able to cure in all its stages aud hat is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Core is the only positive cure now known to the mediral fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous destroyillgiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na proprietorspowers that they offer one hundred cureendAddrOfe F J CHENEY t co Toledo hio Sold biAlldrng Jata75c lIIId NII tS ii J f I 1 Jiilfj J this conn to i flnstitutioncient patronage It may occur to WhytineRfaculity is superior to that of other patronlgefromhe chief reason is that Richmond is mewhar isolated and is not a accessible as some other school townc Lexington for instance which is a railroad center and many think without an reason that the larger t ohegetting if they ever kcew it that some of the universities are ii Ilhave told me that they regard Mad i s n Institute as the best female colt prefert1tsmply because their business takes them to that town about once a month and gives them an opportunity to isit their daughters and return home he same day which they conld not do if they sent them to Richmond relulrt1themMadison Institute with its superior advantages ought really to receive a liberal endwment from the pnople f thi community but all its asks If their liberal patronage Surely thi is not an unreasonable request Allhthat your children need in the of a firstclass education can be obtained here at very reasonable rates Do they need music Our teachers in this department received the most thorough training at the leading music conservatories of this countr and Europe and hare hown bythir thorough and painstaking work that they have no superiors This is evident to all who attend the splendid recitals given by their time to time Do they need artP We employ as insructors in tbis do ptrtment only those who were edsca ted at the lending art schools merica f Have you small boys If iousructed by teachers of longand sue cessful experience in rooms that are not crowded and they will not br boysandI associates who are older and Iron whom so much that is bad and injurious is soon learned Again Iask is Madison county willing to lose Madison Institute A few more months will tell J W McGxnvEr Ju PBJ SOINAU Mr J S Haselden has returned from Lexington Mrs B L Middleton is visiting her parents in Shelbjville Hon Grant E Lilly isin North Carolina on a pleasure trip Mr John Shackelford of St Louis is visiting his parents here Messrs A D Miller and Allen Zar ing were in Beattyville Monday Mrs David G Martin or Conway visited Mrs J C Chenault last week Mrs Dr GT Smith of Beattyville is the guest of Mrs Chas B Hendren Dr Landman the oculist will be at the Glymlon Hotel Wednesday May llth Mrs Sherman Dudley of Chicago is the guest of her sister Mrs G G Irewitt Mr W R Thomas the genial pro prietor of Estill Springs wes here MondayMrs Dr W W Burgin Rnd sister Mrs Elder are visiting relatives at Crab Orchard Mrs Z T Kice is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Leaudur Davidson near Lancaster Miss Embry of Lexington and Miss Jell of St Louis have bon visiting Mrs James Arbuckle Mrs T S Todd and Mrs H Z Stone attended the funeral 0f Mrs Wi lit Jutt in Danville last Friday Mr Caswuli Trlbble who has been stationed in Louisville for teveral years Is here where he expects to lo cateMiss Eula Jackson who has been attending State College in Lexington will return to her hotue at Speedwell today Mr and Mrs Walker Reidof Mt Sterling were the guests last week ol Af had Mrs D M Chenault on Lancaster Avenue Miss Belle Snowden daughter oi Dr Suowden of Kirksville is visiting conatyWlnEsansntlnL SSy View tojola her husbwid who ny teri- 1ffl h W DanIvilleof their Jister Mrs W H Tutt Misses Bessie and Annie Riddle were in the city last Saturday enroute to their homo at Irvine after a winters sojourn in Denver Colorado Mrs J E Baldwin and Mrs W C Biggcrstaff are at the bedside of their sister Mrs M A Biggcrstaff at St Anthonys hospital in Louisville Ms Travis Dunn accompanied by Misa Llllie May Crowe are visiting the formers parents Mr and MrsW- C Riggerstaff at Richmond Valley View Argent Miss Helen Bennett one of the most npnlar young ladies in this citywill sail on 26th of this month for England he expects to spend the summer in cotland Ireland and Wales Miss Carlisle Walker is in Hunts ville Alabama where she will be iirldesmaid at the wedding of Miss Allen Patton and Lieutenant Walker- If the United States Army which will take place on the 18th Mrs Stanley Prowitt who resides near Lexington and who is quite VOn known here entertained last evening with an elegint rtcepiion Mrs D MI Chenauit and Mrs A K McCowan of this city were among the guests Mr Norman Walker and bride of South Carolina were guests last week of Mr and Mrs nnd trs S A Death rsge near Nowby also of Mr aid Mat JJ Embry They wereenroufe to St Louis on their wedding trip Mr Parker Alnms the genial night clerk at the Gyndon Hotel is in the city where he is undergoing treatment nd at the same time taking a needed rest Ills place at the notel is being tilled by Mr P F Adams Jr during his absence Mr H B Coshy the popular first ecretary of Senator IWcCreary who has won a high place for himself in he estimation of his Washington lIS soomtes willtopend a part of the sum ier in Wehsiwr county Washing ton Cor CourirJ urnal Rev Eugenn Ml who has been a missionary in Korea for several years c tme through Leicington last night on the C O train on the way to Norwfolk Virginia where he wil be mar ried to Miss Margaret Bull of that ity Mr Bells family live in Shelby ville Kyand be and his bride will C there to visit until the latter part f the summer when they will leave for Korea andshe will assist him in missionary work At the depot Vr BM1 was beard to express his en ire sympathy with the Japanese in their war with the RussiansLexing- n Leader Rev Gilbert Glass delivered his rowell sermon to a lagre audience- at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Everr church in town dispensed with Its regular nnday nightl ervice as a mink of courtesy to the y nun minister who has labored so e dtrnestiyi ople for tin iut two years R v iass spoke f ulingly of the friends ehad made n Glasgow and said eft here with nothing but the kindest feelings for everybody He will remain in Glamour until after the State Convention of the Christian Endeavor May 68 when he will leave for his new tield of laboi at Stanford Ky Jlasgow 1 inwslSenator McCreary returned to Kentucky the first of the week after baroing established himself warmly in the hearts of the public anti his new col leagues of the Senate The Gover nors unfailing courtesy and kindness ii his official life are among the many Pleasant things in which he has won u recorlla record in which his charm ing wire shares SIce one cannot liavo too muili of a good thing its a rutty coincidence that there are two ongresioaal ladies with the same sig nature Katherine H MoCreary and clse fiiends into the bargain one being the Senators wife the other the wife of Representative George D Mc Crenryof Pennsylvania Washing ton Cor CourierJournal Mr Clarence E Woods assistant secretary to Senator McCreary before returning to bis home in Richmond tnnde a visit to Washington and Lee University at Lexington Va in order o inspect there the chapter of the gma Nu Fra ernlty of which organ izuion he is ire grand recorder Mr boils is efficient and enthusiastic in ills fraternity work as he is in what liver be undertakes He has recently established a Sigma Nu Chapter at the Universityof Pennsylvania At the installation of the fiftieth Chapter Sigma Nu at the Chicago University short time ego Mr Woods was ap pointed chief speaker at the banquet He is editor of the Delta the brilliant organ of the Sigma Nu published I Frankfort his long anti successful elli torial career at Richmond well qualifying him for the work Mrs Daisy Fitzhugb Ayres Washington Letter in CourierJournal Fresh mixed sweet pickles and plain sour at Fraaa Bros opposite Glyndon Hotel Tborounj Dream I went to church one night and heard a preacher speak of high morals aud hOUleltudyingmorals and Citriatmn character 1 re sleepIHS I arrived in the Temple in front of me was the White Tiir ne of Gai above which weie written these words Hitli Moods mid a ChriHtian Chnrac er When J entered the gste St Peter Hti pI1 ui and aId Where are vou irom1 I replied From Kcli mend Ky About that tim a ye t yillltUurrvhack in the same boat with me I Jj1 did not come here to IrO hack in the am boat iiltii you He said The laWs will not permit you to stay here you were in the Hide Business at Rich mond Ky How about that St Peter Is there a law irovernine hide dealers that does not allow them tq become Christian gentlemen Well replied St Peter there is no such law on record hot we have not hada renort from the last meeting of the Lesrisla urn at Frankfurt Kv About that instant an old maid from Richmond stork her head oer the fence and said Jq in not popular wltb the ladies in Richmond he is too small in stature tI VeilIairl Mr Peter4 I will look and eee If he watt gotten up as a special order for the Richmond ladiies No he was made for a special pur port sad Ii not heM r 8pOBBibIe either u r I Ayersw Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and wellI by taking Ayers Sarsaparillath Small doses for SarsaparillaThe change is very prompt and very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has ourmformula and will explain bronikp1sttMRS sue a bottle J ATER AlidTllCdit e lowell 4as TheChildrenJv lllousnessconstIpatIOfl prevent recovery Cure these with Ayers Pills for his siz or for not being popular withthe ladies of your town Just thou a merchant stepped up and cald Mr Peter that man bought old iron in Richmond and should not bn permitted to stay Didnt he pay for it asked Mr ateaWell I cant find any Divine law making it a crimo or even a misde meaner to bar old iron if you pay for it replifd Sir PeteroAnother up sayshlIe sold goods rlteip the other chants could riot mate any money Well lid lIe pay for his goodsionppffoned PeteriYts replied the inetchait- Well aid Air IVier there fin en- twa here oldlHn IIi nj a man for that o long III h pays lila hilts You will lave to put that case before the JjeRis ture at Frankfort nut pay Mr Peter this man Thur man is a Republican said the auer c tiaui The aws up here are applicable to Itpnhlicau and Democrats alike mo Populists and Prohibitionista cooltv remarked M r Peter Well but he was stillgylJaicl the m erfha tit I dont Bee any account of it Jind if 0 WitS a man has a perfect right to ke care of what he makes if lie eatibr plied Mr Peter Well Mrs t o and So said he cut- erh in weight on tome sugar surd the merchant I dont see any charge to that ef fct replied Air Peter Call AlrrA aiHlJo She is not here Mr Peter She as sent back to hades yesterday for tying responded the merchant VelIsaid Mr Petfr we have no proof of hrr btinu cheated IH there anj olher chaige afraiiiHt the defend a tit HYesWhat is it now asked Mr Peter Why he is no member of the churcli Ibis a worldly sinner quoth tile merchant questionedMrYes replied the gent from Rich mondW1UI see here where he was hap t zed into iie Baptist church in Dill ville Ky iu 18SS by Rev T P Hale quoth Mr P tfWell said the Gent the Riili mood people dill not know anything jibout it nnd if the Christian ladies nf Jlchinoiul had known that they would 1ave been morf cun enial with him int it looked like nobody could tell tinythiuir alxmt Thiirmaii All he t iked about was business aud that ont suit Richmond people women ally Well does that conclude the testi 8gainstlhurmanYerP replied the Commonwealth Very well saM St Peter closing his book Just one other question Mr Peter said the Commonwealth Suppose the IulIeK from Jtichmoud dont want to associate with the drfemani That will beall right Mr SoandSo said St Peter There will be lots tlf IlondlookillJwho are more congenial and not so win- icuhar Yon can go now Mr foandSo n hack to torment or Richmond which ever von like the heat Take fjnirmans boat alonir with you He ran stay here in heaven until he wakes ID and that was nut jour for about that time the breakfast hell rnng and I woke up SICK E Deatherage pays the hfehesr price fur wool tf Shiackelord Co sell th famous Tavecka fertilizer from SUi 00 to 80 00 jier ton IBatf For lentoOur large and commodious store room 18x 100 feet No 208 Boiith side Main street This is one of the best located best lighted and handsomest store room in the city Suitable for almost any kind of business Call on or ad dress JOHN G TAYLOR A SONS Richmond Kentucky Telephone No 292 Lost Between my residene and the First Presbyterian church on last 8nndaya earl pin with enameled leaves 2t Airs G W GatesISee E Deatherage before selling oiirvooi tf Sprin Styles Miss Emma Golden is again agent or Charles A itevetiH of Chicago and nlliFs wislung the correct styles in spring suits will du well to call on her Fhn spring outfit is more elaborate thanever before Every style is new and different from any of last year Site can also furnish underwear corsets nnd hosiery Be cant to call on Mihs Golden and let her furnish yon with a superb and stylish spring suit Pri ceo are reasonable Miss Emma Golden Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky IGintf ShIngles For Sale I have a lotof mill iihingles for stile tf Jeff stone We act as ExecutorAdmr GuardianAssignee Trustee AgentCommittee Etc We want your Business Intheso tines State Bank TrustiCo ff f i Protects the System Against Catarrh Hyomel Prevents Colds and Cures Grip and Catarrh Money Back if it Fails An ounce of prnventjon is worth a no und oi cure A few breaths of Hy i through the neat pocket inhaler at comes with every outfit will chcrk It cold or tho grip at4ie start and pre nt wrfous and lasdriu Ill uteas In xJI catarrhal troubles and dfapaets the sit passages Hyirrei has a pos rtfve flctfon not poesefsed by any other neredkinft or treatment It IB pleasant t converiont to use pimnlv put 20 Snaps ofHvorneiin the inhaler rind eathe it a few minutes four times ny Tn this wav very particle of nir nt enters the lungs is charged with a leaKiir balsam that TJR nl catarrhal ferns soothes and allays the irritated neOlit membrane vitalize tbfblooil lth ozone sari makes a permanent nti complete cure A Hvorael outfit costs only SI and contains iiiinhaier medicine drnpppr and bottle of Hvoniei The inhaler lasts a lifetime fInd when more Hyo i neb is ntae1edextra hottles can he ob ained for 50c B L Middeltou will tyfe bis personal guarantee with every Hvomei outfit nd will rofnnd the money if it does not clJre We have never shown a lamer strwfc f Carryalls flurries Boeidns anti runa bouts than we now hfv ill display in ourtdiow room It vil IMVYUI to ex iroinH them before tmritn Wo alo lo repairing and rejoining in best nun ern at moderate jjnce ThPt ruh l er tire apjilyed end quruanlend for one year Call ned see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L IMidkifT Prop Strayed From my platvs near the Madison County Stock Yards a black yearling steer with horns lie ward Joe Chenanlt ICintf Kichmond Ky The highest market rash price will e paid for wool by Covington Arnold fc firo rake them your wool 20atf WailPaper Geo Co sell the genuine rowu walking cultivator and the Tig er riding cultivator the Tiger tornado and disc barrows We guarantee antis faction 13atf Commissioners to MADISON cinourr COURT WJ Roberts Admr Acainst Helen K Ford Ac Dft All persons having claims against the ea t f toileo smeilJ8 U THORPE M a M cc =Commissioners to CourtLauraSmithc Dft o estatefle same legally v rUled with the undersigned n or berore Ihe ISth day of June tSA or same will be barred 8 HTUOBPE Master Commissioner toO 0- a1eDmmi iQner MiJ Hiillst Roberts Adm = Pitt ilelenM Ford c DelLs EquityBy of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April Term theref in the ubove style cause the undersigned will on Saturday May21t04 the hour of 2 oclock p moo on the premises proeeedtbest bidder the described property viz A Lot orparcel of round situated in the city of beingthedat of her death and located at corner of Irvine and First streets opposite Court House Square Upon said lot situated good TwoStory Brick threfframeThis lea splendid location for a hotel an willbesurveydleg to said Hurvey TERMStiale will be made on a credit of Mr and twelve months The purchaser will be re iecnrltyforhave the force and effect of a Judgment bear fog legal interest from day of sate with a Lien porchaseSH THORPE Muster Commissioner M C C lli 71 71 ffi F7r7F Rice and Arnold The New Nobby in Straw Negligee Soft Stiff Hats L of all kinds a A 14 ONE PRICE HOUSE fiV V7 7if 7 7if if7 M 7 Oddities Predominate This Year There have been times when it Seemed as if all papers looked alibebtit that is certain v not tbe case this year We hayesbmany dutqrent styles that there Isvery1ittlti likelihood no matter what you select that your neighbor will select a similar style M WlllgingPaints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Etc Shackelford Master Woiice Creditors Master Notice Creditors againstWill following Certain House and Hats and radically myoneof HEMPS Hetnnstead will make the season of 1901 at Ellendale Stock Farm Rich mond Ky at 500 Sot a St t1 eOIHernpstpad was sired by young Jim byJumpilhrino third dam Flora by Parsons Abdullah Hempstead is a blood bay and is perfect in gait and action and is an nhred George Wilkes Arthur 1500 For a Living Colt King Arthur is a sorrel ntalllon hy Haxhall dam Alice Wilson by Ja cinto AH a twoyearold King Ar thur was not defeated in the State in the harness ring Money due when mare leaves the bands of the original owner or bred to another norse Lien retained on colts until service fee Is paid Due dili gence will bo exercised in care of mares but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes 7 JNO R GIBSON Richmond Ky Vwiiufton Arnold Bro will path highest market cash price for wool 20atf Reduced Rites Via the L A On account of meeting of Grind Corn uianderv Knights Conclave at Frankfort Ky May 181haud 19th Vallev View to Krankfor at rati of onefirst clas fare titus 25it on Mcv 16th 17th slid 18th good for return May 21st R A Woolwns tf Agent Eggs For Hatching from highbred Barred Plymouth Rocks will he sold by me at 50c per setting oi 15 Eggs now ready Mrs E P Tieiiton 13alm Union City Kv z J L u WATSON18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Great Clearance Sale of Entire Suit Stock at OneHalf I Regular Price l youhavemiliar with the High StandUrd of our Garment Stork and when wu offer sudlI Sli 93 for regular 20 00 Suits 13 50 for regular S25 00 Suits 18 75 for regular 35 00 Suits s2a 50 for regular 40 00 Suits Colored Dress Fabrics things TE7LD King At a saving of S3 13 percent The J3 test novelties are Inaiundance 98Ahairs Scotch Mixtures all shades 39 and 49c per yard I Sensational Sale of White Goods a tiat usually sold for nd30eat 15c Immense saving in Black Dry Goods7every piece is an uptodate hieh rade weave that formerly sold for a third more than we offer them thisweek Take advuntage while the stock la complete J L ctand 20Ji Upper Lixkicton Ky Il 11 flr r l 1I T The Leading Shoe Firm 1r OF RICHMOND Headquarters for Shoes and Slippers Of All Kinds Shirts See Our IF JShowv Rice and ArnoldTHE 7i KingArthur Templar runiltriptiokete Soliciting it11that Watson r = CLOTHESTHAT f 1 That is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest andmost stylish goods t We canplease the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings I Give us a call we can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS r5 V m7tJ iJ 1 RIchmond f GREEN HOU fJ E JJf Phone 188 +L7 Geraniums7 Cr1 + Roses HeliotropesJ Ferns Asparagus etc rIIa callPrices Reasonable 1 IJ+ Jy I ALBERTf I DontRisk J Life and family by using the deadly ras line stove in fyour home jThat Awful Smell I t J w Itherl demn it to of thesay nothing ever present r rl J danger it threatens to life uut prop rhy Insurance companies condemij gasplin stoves only because they are uusifo H j0 Detroit Jewell Gas Rahges It and cooking by G ts ARE SAT B jis AvlTia economical cleanly laborsaving See fie Gas Company Do it now U 1 J t8IClIllOflf 11ile dqd Z- opdc f u b 0f I cc 1frJ 4J7 u J t1 YL ORUTOHRR G W EVANS J- RAew Firm cIe Everything for the home beautiful f tcan be found in our store ciu l and our prices will suit everybody J r We are at home at Joplins old standon i Main street and we guarantee the best V and most polite attention c New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines 2530and 35 Full Ball Bearings cgive us a call Crutcher Evans cMain Street Richmond Ky vwV t f rake tuc builders cf tkiUrat Palace at St Louis tt uirgaK building in the world w te t are using K1NLOCH PAINT a alou work and find it entirely satisfactory Caldwell Drakeare also the builder of Ue Horticultural Building ilie Irish Village four State friiMings ami other Vorlfls Pair structur ir a million dollars They arebud5 of the new Arkansas arid VCft VJJirinia State Capitols the yi00dft lot at West Baden and numerous other public buildings WE DEALER 1i GET KINLOCH FOR YOU IF SHOWN BY DIRECT KINLOCH PAINT IS NO by BROWN Kirksville 27 q yJi8and2O Upperc J WATSON Price Extraordinary For i his wem graI attractions in DryGIeile tivn in hijM Hint finish so jaunty anti attractive re tIise Healy to WMHT inrniiiiis one IIIHV pav a Miiir twi iviil tinitta the prii yet foil in ohtiiin sncli satisfactory fit lI1ljttyItlmt mon v rfli liuv Our pripps an the lowit xnl yon arc invited to iu SJlfC1 IIlIr 11111111 tlllk Wash GoodsLinen Suitings I Orpjinli s 2 c ottou Voile a irent favorite till Heasni open me l work whitIIr culiirx 26 Kignred and perfectlyfastcollritinn of Lip iiiiiii OfferingL in a r lariH va iev of ilewirable pfrentt at UnllF L Is Tile to Visit Hot Sprinp TU Iron Mountain III itf the Heat Heali 4Id MenBure Is iuw in full blat Climate nn irnaBsed lIt8prfn r special leavrH St LIIHIK lailv at 821 n in inklnir tllR in lees tore call lie free by calling on or A A GALL on KR P A O to the and Rfy Round Homes kers one was rates in eirwt on and tbinl in on or address T W Trav 81 R lain t ++ AT +++ IN Water Kept oa Tap t i I t v 4to Such a linn is about the p ut it uses theirwork requires pat tic lar pint Their specifications d maud tire best ftlIt labor of skilled ar isnD Vleu they ncRI LCH OL ill ihsir rknd pron ucce it eiirely srSislactcry it it as Ik roughly goer tnd the pr nt you vrt cu your own home KINICCII K not a high priced paint ai hough it is 1 highcrscjcnc and it wus longer tbau ary ocr paint in tlo rarrket and looks wen ail he time Mrie ia nIl the standard colors Our local agent wilt tell you why yrt can not afford to use any other paint 1e priix he will quote you will be surprisingly HAVE NO AQFNT YOUR OWN WILL THIS AD WRITING TO COMPAf ST LOUIS WO THERE SUBSTITUTE For sale R S Ky L Reductions that tlire Time Koute rut obtained trip and each Call Pass 1 Lexington Kentucky Suitings New Tweed 38 wide 45C tight weight and just llit material lor a Direct mil or traveliiit dipxti Knulisli Ulirstotl 60 lucite wide real value SI Inr 75f pr vard Wool rashes plain lId lancy coloring fi an 60 IncItes wide rejjulnr 135 v lue fur 9oc All wool Voile new SI rinir 40 incItes wide 50c Eta inne Vnila gray nnvv and tan wd 50 and hOc Crepe de Paris nil cilors ami block 98 ale of tjulies 26 iurh nil silk umbrella unit mnl hainlle steel rod regular 3 value fur S225 350 nun 4 Umbrella 2 75 Gild silver and pun trim made of 1nrk or National fiilk nsrular S6 anil 7 grfllt4 for this RMH Walker J L WATSON 18O North Upper Lexington KY i t7I7Im7I mF 7I When you are gt+ ing o Paint use lli PREPARED iIt is unequaled lot Durability THE Finish f Ma e VAL DLAZ ON Louisville Ky For Sale by W LEEDS Richmond Ky ffi L 7 l 1 71 71 F 7 1lioW Abs ThH National Resort ulailytrahaI1rIIIII iiItarinnail Southwest Rates WestI Southern ilniiist first Inexdays month CREWS Agent Lexlncfon Ky CALL JONES JIERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN TOWN refreshingof dutionO- eiUlne 5armfon Pi Seecad St particular workmanlike starry satisfactory WHEREVER Smart Suitings inches pliadfK brown SIBhtckSpecial Umbrellas nittHl ind UmbrellaDresrnaking A HOUSE PINT BEST DY Reduced dispensedb Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walkers stable on Irvine street and see the best hred and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood J6796standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion J6 hands high Only 15 to insure a living colt Have vour old vehicle repainted and new rubber tires to take the place of the old worn out steel tires you are now using and you will have a new 8UmnItFThethe work at price that will astonish you Satisfaction guaranteed S L MiDKirr Prop Bo sure to tak your wool to Coy ington Arnold Bro They will pay yon cash for It 20atf IIKILL I KingsNewDiscory FOR cFOLDS S F IPrice Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TJtOUB LU Or MOXT BACK JII ioAli by fU a Meefctoa tt iit t5t a For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1 No2No3 No5No6 No7 No8 No A No 10 NonNo No14No No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 29 No 30 A twoitory frame residence contain legS rooms and two haiti id Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1003 ttOu less than orlglpal cost- A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond lias all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone desiring s nice home Two nice residences near Jfaln Itreet and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal borne could not be found These residences will be aold at a bar gain SI20 will buy a good town lot 40xKX nod town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price Good grazing and rain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild lugs Price J4 200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good bern and other im prov mentsin fine locality Price S2500- Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Four collages on nlCf Street well improved Price 1000 each Jood cottage In firstclass condition ilsterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing seven cUyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business bouse can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of bind five finres in grass and two in garden gimd orchard and grape btllldlugThisthriving villAge where churches ami are convenient Prier J500 One of the nicest residences In Hlchmond rontiining eight rooms cllyLol9Ox2o A twostory residence in rood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet necessary outbuildIng Price 2800 A nice residence for any one desir l ogan Ideal home One cf th best constructed rmlldlnrrs In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighborhood Co tape on a nice resident street contuliiingfonr rooms and necessary nutliniliings Own br inr cbHsed on the installment plan A grea bargain alIM Will oiiint resilience for purchaser roomsbeautifulnutlmlldlnm dudlng good stable and cistern Price Will sell paltresidence Nice residence on a 4acre lot coo tainlng seven rooms and two porches Itniled in bet residence portion of city Suble coal house and all other necessary out hull anyoJesiringFarm containing 903 serfs eight mil a from his city This land is all in grass and is At good Term and thllandLocaIithstFlour and grist mill Anderson BuildIngbuiltvearsago Sle and wafer power the latter three mont hs of the year It Is tin uptodate Roller Mill with burrs for carll an4 rnal lnlhilt5 rooms All fortij0 or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in 10 miles Also a SOlmrrel mill In Merer county Ky on Malt river 6te m power new uptodate in every wllbImproyemntsland Closr to Southern railroad Price 9000 Also acres of Florida land in Streetthroughone side with 2slory Sroon hou e and oranges cache pmirs plums grapes bearing and 6 acres on oth er side with 6room 1story house plumsgrnpesele i acres for 180 or the 5 acres for 1100 32S acres in Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 50 acres cultivated about Mln Umber and TImbershinglestiesfor the place twice over A large dwellInltsfof two storieswith rooms above has irtwotobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 Onehalf rash dwelmyhalls bath rooms with hot and nthehousoutbuildings BPS location in Richmond for hoarding house Frllowltj Special Rates in Effect via L N One way Colonist to the SnnthweRt February 1C March and 15 april 6 aid 19 also to Kansas and Missouri on same dates J W Hamilton Agent TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence J4 f s Weare pleased tolit is on sale at the atethatIplaces in Madison Arbnckle It Simmons Nearer Hamilton OPinnel J W Masters I V Whltloct John Stapp Burton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewitt L A Wearren C O McWharter EarlyLT Rrhmond W co Rrd House Valley View Baldwin Newby Rnthton Edenton Paint Cottonburr tAck Berea Wallaceton ElrkaTille 80 kS- EXPt NCE IPATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS AcAnronoauInveol1ol1tlonutrlctlyoonlldentlaJ on latentlent tree Oldest agency for eeeartl1lf patents receiveSpecialScfentific American cUculaUonnawsdra1eMDNNBranch Office F fit Washington D Weak Hearts netyClIOcan remember wbea It was xirnple tadlges ofhearttraceable to but are the direct remit of lad atomachhlchwells the stomach pulling it up against tha ofIhedelicate but vital organ becomes diseased rDKaable Nevada Oij lhadatomaclt troubleIte aM It aired me ZatiBd S strain and the heart of all pvejire IMttM wlr IIa1zewhlchieUtIx50c Vrtftn by L 0 DtWITT a 00 IiII80 Foreala byhuy A fkomt II T COLM Aa CpCHRAN DEAD Former Commandant at Fort Thomas Passed Away in Florida Newport Ky May Disappoint stout because illness prevented his serving at the front and grief over the death of his wife and son within a year are believed to have been partly responsible for the death of CoL Mel rllle Augugjus Cochran former com mandant at Fort Thomas Ky who passed away at Jacksonville Fla Tuesday night according to a dls patch Had ho lived a few months longer friends are confident he would have been honored by promotion to the rank of brigadier general as al lowed under a bill passed by the late congress FROM DR DUNCAN Who Shot Alleged Despoiler of HIs- Home She Seeks DivorceTh Louisville Ky May 54Mrs Anne Tarlton Harbour Duncan filed suit for divorce from Dr Kills Duncan al leging abandonment Mrs Duncan is now living In St Louis On October 21 1902 Dr Duncan who was then superintendent of the city hospital shot Bruce Head at a railroad camp near Pittsburg He alleged that Head had bad Improper relations with his wife Dr Duncan was acquittedafter illpracticing tidaybe made MEDLINiThe Youngest Lad Ever Indicted For Killing In Kentucky Owingsville Ky May 5In the Fleming circuit court 12yearold Clyde Medlin has been Indicted for manslaughter It is alleged that he in flicted injuries on the small son of Mrs Maggie Campbell which caused death He was held under 500 bon f to the next term of court A suit has also been brought against O L HenIton guardian of Medlin for 10000 damages by Mrs Campbell Mcdlln is said to be the youngest lad ever Indicted for killing in Kentucky THE LOUISVILLE RACES Kurtzman Was Easily the Best of the TwoYearOlds Louisville Ky May 5Fred Cook the St Lotus bookmaker uncovered a couple of goid ones Wednesday Kurtzman was easily the best of ths twoyrnrolfls wUle Fred Leppert eas ily beat his field In the third race at six furlongs the feature event of the day Both belong to Cook and both were heavily played Only two fa vcrtes won Weather clear and track fast Ernst Elected ChairmancLouisville Ky May The now yeIpublican state central committee or jrnlzed Wednesday morning by elect Ing R P Ernst of Covlngton chairlman George W Welsh of PanvJIle vice chairman and Clint McClarty ofsLouisville treasurer The election of a secretary was postponed C M lIaranett retired as chairman after eight years bervlce ro Sue theFarmers Louisville Ky May 5The officials of the Continental Tobacco Co have decided to file suit against varIousbfarmers In Gallatln county section for damages aggregating 2h 000 on the ground that they violated contracts and caused to be diverted from the company In this way more than 150000 pounds of tobacco Brief FreedomiSomerset Ky ber sentenced to two years in the penitentiary and who escaped jail here two weeks ago was arrested by Sher bTuesdayknocked down the turnkey and escaped jail here last week was arrested in Wayne county Tuesday night Want Horse Show Building Louisville Ky May 5JIhe Louisville Horse Show association has offered 50000 for the Auditorium property which Is to be sold at auction Thursday If the association secures bbuildingMrs Durnell SuedlLouisville Ky May Durnell owner of the winner of the Kentucky Derby was made defendant in a suit filed by Walter E Glover who is a director In the Louisville oclubMrs Glover Kentucky Quarters SecuredI Louisville Ky May 5 Quarters for the Kentucky delegation at the demo cratlc national convention at St Louis have been secured at the Planters hotel by TJrey Woodson member of toe democratic national committee from Kentucky Congressman Shober at Lexittgton Lexington Ky May 5Congress- man F E Shober of New York who Is In Kentucky In the interest of WHjj lIam Randolph Hearsts candidacy for tho democratic nomination for the presidency spent Wednesday In Lox ington Dr Ruble Made Chief Louisville Ky May 5The Eclee tic Medical association of Kentucky elected Dr W R Huble of Lexington I president Dr L J Poe of Butler Tree president Dr L Strouse of Corfng ton secretary A silver nugget weighing 200001 IDS will be seen at tho Worlds fair The people are mighty B K Dunnan and Lyman Partial have opened a flrstclas liverv Htabf on Irvinn street betwtutn I4co111Rood Third and ask the public 101 it Iiarr f their paronajc Ruth arm expe rienced workmen Satisfaction guards teed GaiJii ATTENTION We hayeraoved onr produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett Ilousij storeroom on Second vherei we will be glad to wel comeonr friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidesFurs and other 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 eRGS Second streeU lIaay RICHMOND KT iltl 0 f d fm JJi zi ice Womer A Desire for ft Perfect Figure Is Inseparablefisfrom a Lore of ta tieprecious as the lovely flowers whose r are and while the lives oi fiowers are brief and we can only enjoy tl speof stahealth and elegance she is the refinement HoodtBRADFIBLDS TUlale Regulatorreu1atiug the lu r woman rnllts of no wrinkles pale cheeks or rtured nerves and shapeless figures It is atures remedy druggist may offer something else just as good but the menstrual organs will not be de cived anti permanent injury result Try onr Regulator Of all druggists i treatise on II Woman mailed free tilE BKADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA SEEKING A PULP FOR PAPER tRapid Denudation of Suitable Forests Leads Department of Agriculture to Make Experiments pulpforto begun by the department of agri thlatoc th bedenuded of tljnber suitable for woodspulp c IhemistryH W Wiley have demonstrated that pulp for papermaking cak be made from several other woods than spruce s Ithrubsm wanufacturebeelhampcredhas made because ot the lack of funds ut during the last month one of tho Cnthe methods In use there The experi tags bhoWsuch a small scale abilityk nowntscal year the ex periments will be conducted with a view to obtaining all possible Infor Suitse made to have some pulp manufac turers continue the departments exi periments on a larger scale Experiments have been made with cotton stalks in the south but while papertheregrown to make newsprint paper n commercial bulk Bagasse the sugar cane after the juices have been extracted has also been used successfully in the experiments and has beer paperbutleat quantities to make paper MOVE CHURCH FORTY MILES iethodistd1fice in Kansas Is Hauled Across Prairie by Three Traction EnginesI Tho odd spectacle of a church moved over the prairies from town to town has een one attracting much attention In vicinity of Peck Kan The Metho iet church of Andale has just made the longest Journey of any church on record 40 mQes coming over to Peck In the wake of three traction engines hitched tandem The town of Andale did not need the church and Peck did so the boards arranged for a transfer of title and the problem of moving the property was before them The railroads asked a large sum for freight and to ship the building that way meant to tear it down and rebuild It The propo sition of taking it overland laughed at in the beginning was finally accepted und the movers secured three of the largest thrashing engines of the county for the purpose The building was placed on trucks with large wheels and the long trip began Owing to the smooth roads and the level Arkansas valley there was little troubleI In the easy deportation of the structure and passing west of Wichita It arrived at its new location without a piece of plaster disturbed and In as good condition as when It left It Is in readiness for worship and the possessors are proud of their success in obtaining easily a new edifice soI is JEALOUS OF OUR Emperor Williams Recreations Are Taken Up in Preparing Statis tics for RelchstagI recreaItlonstives of Germany England and the United States When he returns to Berlin he will present these tables In suitable showcases to the relchstag He Is particularly anxious to show aiIthoughhas been accelerated it must be has pacewithis convinced that he has far better material to man his ships than exists in America The men of the coast dls trlcts along the Baltic and the North ceas are unsurpassed in his estimation as naval material The numjjer of men in the German fleet at pro sent is 32053 next year it Will be 344 S2 and at the close of 1906 40000 Iraltied reliable men For a JapaneaeWilliam asa basis for comparison now it is the American navy Pigskin Grafted on Woman By using the skin of a pig two months old the life of Mary Grant a has1ian was fearfully burned about the body by the explosion of a lamp Much of1 her skin was destroyed and could not be replaced by nature Efforts were made to get her relatives to supply the necessary cuticle for grafting but they objected The physician in charge then procured a young white pig which was chloroformed and enough of the necessary hide removed and grafted aa the woman i Season for the WordIThe newest long word Is superun contradisUnguIshabllltlveness It Is thought says the Chicago Tribune to be the outgrowth bl a demand for a applicable to some mental mliitIINK eLbim JMI 0 llfWJ I flf F lir RARE SAILFISH IS AUOHTI ucky Cincinnati tjIat sea off Miami FIn This fish Is one of the rarest known cangh4byothers captured three Of them are iht European museums and one Is at the Smithsonian Institution Smithjsonlan theYtelegraphedthe fish The offer was declined by Mr Hart will have taxidermist mount the h after which this member of thoj nny tribe will be presented by Mr Hart to the Queen City club The one caught by the CInclnnatlan weighs 75 pounds and Is a perfect eeimen of Its kind These callfish are peculiarly con ructed On their backs Is a sort ot- a pocket from which they can put up a fibrous oval fin which forms a sail for- eth fish when moving at the surface of the ocean When the wlnd Is blowing strong these fish can travel at a rapid rate when their sail Is set On the under part of the fish Isa long fin which they can draw entirely into the body as they sail Tho long sword protruding from the fishs head makes this tribe a formidable enemy to the other fishes Sail fish are found only along the Florida coast A few days after Mr Hart caught his specimen he saw two or three others sailing on tcp of the water and going at a rapid rate- OURTHF WIFE AT AGE OF 85 Wealthy Octogenarian Claims He Is Setting Good Example to the Younger Generation In the presence of his son eight grandchildren and four greatgrand children James S VanCourt a wealthy resident of Mount Vernon N Y who Is in his eightysixth year and three times a widower was married the other night to Mrs Louisa Fines The ride who Is about 40 years of age a nd handsome Is a widow and has one on ten years old Mr VanCourt said This Is my fourth experience and take It that I am setting a good ex mple to the younger generation was married the first time at the agei wlf81diedly third marriage occurred when r as 67 years old The thiiA time r was married I was ntoclock in the morning andMtaed at II oclock Then Mr VanCourt laughed neartlly My third wife continued Mr Van ourt was a New York school teach er She died last July and since that time I have been very lonely That Is he principal reason why I have chosen fourth wife I have a very comforta le home and I did not wjClttobreakup housekeeping and go out into the world t my advanced age Mrs Pines cames long and after a courtship of about wo months we struck a bargain NEW GERMKILLING PROCESS Pa Man Declares He Has Wonderful Preparation Would Cean Pittsburg Water Arthur Nestfleld of SWlssvale Pa declares that he has discovered a proc ess whereby alt the water In Pittsburgh reservoirs can be rid of typhoid fever and other germs and all poisonous matter at an expenditure of about 25 Nestfields means of sterilization Is contained in a secret chemical which ho mixes and rolls Into small pills and places them In the water Flv minutes after the pill has been deposited In the water he says all the germs are dead and the water Is free from poisonous matter The preparation was discovered by Nestfield and his brother Dr V R Nest fleld of the English army Since com ing to Plttsburg he has been interested In water filtration He asserts that if his preparation is used 4n drinking water all danger of typhoid fever cholera and dysentery will be gone He also declares that the mud coated water pipes of the city would be cleared with the chemical If used in the water and that once cleared of germs they would remain so as long as the preparation was used in the reservoir The preparation can be used in any quantity and its In expensiveness is one of its strong points Pliny Was Too Slow Here is another case where the poets have antedated the scientists according to the New York Tribune Dr Fran colinl of Rome Italy has published a statement to the effect that the source of the Clitumnus a small Umbrian river sacred to the Romans may con thIn radium basing his opinion on a description of Pliny and on passages in the works of many writers and poets from Virgil to Byron Tho wa ters at the source of tbe river are the color of violet The matter la being investigated by scientists Experience or Theory That New York woman who says flirting is as necessary as it is pleasant ChicagoRecordHerald speaks from experience and is not gladdening us with mere theoretical guff Others Save Been There remarksithatcover the unpleasant consequences of occupying a Job several sizes too large tobeafiL Try fur UeaIth Ii 222 South Pectin St OIIICAOO 3iu Cot 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ill that I was compelled t 3 lie or sit down nearly the time lily upsetthatand I vomited rjiiently 11could not urinate great pain and I couched so much that my throat and were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it Brights disease and others said it was consumption Jt mattered little to mo what they called it and 1 had no desire to lice A sister visited me ifIsheboughtit saved my life Ucliev women could save muchsuffer ing if they but knew of its value efT2lS Dont you want freedom fromI In Take Wine of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans healthand do awoman s work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wino of Cardui from your vtruggist today KfiftBCMDIM Ij Iuj =a d pe r1 f y = 1 t t a gc 0 0 frlimodestq s m J Fine A Startling Test To KHVP a life Or T G Merrilt of Mo Melinnpany Pit made a startling tfitt resulted in n wnnderfnl pure HH writps a patient was attacked with violent lieniorrlincres catipeil l v nlpe ration of the stoinnoh I lyil ofton roun i Electric Bitters excellent for npnte Htnmapli anlllivr trouWes on fPrih1 thsm The patient gains rom his llrstnil ha not itnslan IIt nrk in 14 month Kleotrip RlttT lire pos ivelv guaranteed for Dvstan PIP Inrliirpction ronttiOAttnn IIit Kitl ncr rnuhle Trv them Only oft ntn sitU C Stocktons Drug Store un- Even the fair sex may bo unfair I on pretty njiarp woman that cant be flattered To the foHlc T desire to rail your special attention to the tact that the sonson for house pnlnlinK RiiipapurinT is irawine plose rind no doubt you contemplate puinting intprlnrJIfand ns Tbnovv of no better or snferwav to Invest a reaRonnhlq amount nf monev Mian tins I jle im torenflnrl von norah of the rapt that I am still in the palnt ine and wall piper hn ineJs and am thoronghlv prenarefl to fnrnisli you Ill timate free of charge and do your painting nnd wall paper hanging at very reasonable prices AH I employ none hilt flr tplfls workmen and use n1ytlie best materials In anti on all work Iilc tan m1will guarantee irood re011 and perfect f At faotion on all work I may do fur you add therefore ask von for at least a share of your work Hominine von In return for yonr money value received A full and complete linn of the newest designs in wall paper of all Mi d and polnrfl of pure white lead paint nlwavn on hnifd Thanking you for past put roimtro and ror a continuance of same this year Tarn Yours very respectfully I W UIBKOs StoresnilehotiWesi Irvine ntreet be twnen Secfmrl niid Third For Rent desire ro rent for the year 1904 the Ilrielit store room on Main street now opcnpiedbv Mr T A Rnhinson If ijsTairs Z Rricl t Texas r An ideal country for cheap homes Land at 5 f10I per acre growS Stock range 10 months in the year Southeast Missouri Arkamau Lru Uiann and Texss arefull of opportn iiitifs the clirniite is mild the so is rich the lands are cheap i low Hom Seekfrs about half fare via L 0 SCiiA1F11T P A cotton Belt Jiueiubuli O c should least small of be all consideredI a atIITo the cost ot a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it has cost more than The Majesticthe stan dard everywhere Because the Majestic is built rightit all the heat properly distributed n1t will pay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE Call and see them at 1Lour store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the market Simmons a Sole AgentsRichmond Ky HAVE oU ROHTYOUR SPRING SUiT If not do not until you have seen our line of Alfred Benja min Cos Correct Clothing for Men 6 We have for Men and Boys use jfi Mens Suits 850 to 30 Mens Rain Coats 10 to 30 Lnrgest Line o- fHATS NECKWEAR SHIRTS It and all kinds of Goods in Central Kentucky ot Agents For Youmans Hats LOUIS x GUS STRAUSLexingtons Leading Clothiers and Tailors I Arkansas Louisiana grassesfruits Ratesc QootT1ktwice Imap Arbuckle everything Furnishing Sole r l RI BUNION DEALER IN Co1 Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapres lyr Phone B HALCS flalrRenewerpreparation for theglossy and prevents the hair soft andsplitting at the ends Curesalways restores dandruff and haire u 4 Call and see the ass 5TO 1Teao and you can see how ev North Star Refrigeratcr ii linedand why it will use onehalf the ice that it tales to tun the socaled Refrigerator I IT IS LINED WI- THGRANULATED OORK j which absorbs all the moisture and I11ake it F oTss tT cc j i We have these RefrigerktorslpdrGelkin lined and galvanized lined rP ty- D1B1Shacteliord Co 0 ptI = d dH 1 iXff 1 J 7fit t iIRJ J f 1 ScW U rKUIVHKR H w EVANS JR f1 jew Firm ci= J EverytIinihome beautiful V- tL can be found in our store J n W7 = SIand our prices will suit c rcevery1odyeJ r We are at home at Joplin s old stand on fitVc New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines 2530and 35 Full Ball Bearings give J us a calL Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky J ttit ar tI t1 ft ct vl 1 jl Urake tlu builders o tl Auttorai Ktoce at St Louis tt Jurgect bwiMicg in the world wits I aw using KINLOCH PAINT A til our work and Had It entirely 5a1is1tclory C Mwel Drake aroateo the huildI of te Horticultural Uullrlin imh Village four State buildings anI other VorUVs Fair structures ar Tegating cv ci a million dollars They are btiHCrr of the new Arkan 51S indW t Virginia State Capitols r th 1000000 hoM at Wet Bsders and numerous other public buildings AGENT WILL GET YOU THIS WHITING KINLOCH ST LOUIS MO NO SUBSTITUTED For BROWN Kirksville Kyq tt p = N J8 UpperJ i Reductions Extraordinary For ibis wetk treat in Ueiniy Venr Suits skirls Dry Goods the Sprint Smartest Styles So effective IiHilil flhIiHhs jritinty soil altrHcive are tlie e Keady to AVear GuriiifniK that one may iv a tailor tw nil IIre tnn tlie pric style and workmanship hill the lies tlmt inonv ian buy Our prices nre the lowet and you ar invited to in spect our immeiiHe Wash GoodsLinen Suitings OrptudiH Sin totton Voile a rent favorite Mii s Htwin open meli work white or color 35c Figured and plain Grecian V lies Ilk perfectly fast oolurs wry desirable Great collection fiup nitini An ImpDrtant Offering FortJillIllk ris ISIIIIH ilesii iiR in a larjrrt of desirable effect at Uuutt Kow Is The Time to Visit Hot Arkimaj via Iron Koutc Time neanou at the treat XHtiomil Hld Measure Is nw in full hlar ItSprnir St LOIIM ilajlv at p m he run In less can he free by calling on or I I 419 Iniunall O to the Ry trip ikers and one way tilniist in effect on first and third In each Call or address T W CREWS Trav Pass R Main SI Ky +++ AT ++++ IN most can be a 3v S 4j Such a linn is particular about the p nt it uses their work requires par Lst workmanlike labor ai Twr Vhi a thy on aU lhtr wi nd provu ce it- t iJrdy sttUfactcry it star it as tb on jhly gvci paint the piiat yqi wBEl oa yorr own home SiNircH itliipcei paint al it is r higigudicr j nd it wv lanjcr fiun a 7 lbr pzlintin- vh market ailcks well all the time HiIe ell tho Mandard colors nr local agent will tell why paint1est WHEREVER WE HAVE NO OUR OWN DEALER KINLOCH FOR IF SHOWN ADBY TO PAINT COMPANf FI THERE IS sale R S 27 L Price aitrauiions in nlock and 4if variev 820 rules on of Of in Lexington Kentucky t Suitings New 38 wide IrK light weight and just the ma yardWool60 wide regular 135 Vi lime for 95c All wool Voile new si rinir 40 wide 50c Eta mIne Veils gray navy and tan wirle 5 i and GOc de Paris all cilorn and blnrk Sale of Umbrellas 20 inch all silk umlirellu nnt inal sled rod regular 3 valu fr 225 S3 2 75 ild silver and gun iiietnl trim ind made of Pnrk or silk rf iilar 6 anti 7 ueodrt for this sale UmbrelIaing by J L WATSON 1820 North Upper Lexington Kv 7I7I 7 F7I7ItffiWhen you are Llng o RPaint use PAINTtVSL is unequaled for Durability tJUl1 Finish THE BEST Mane ly VAL DLAZ OM5 + Louisville iForSale by W L LEEDS Richmond Ky I1 ffi7l7 Mountain Health Tiiinntn nnoirimsseil eiMIIlltvlK nukSni dallytraiture oblaiiifid lul4lrlnlACiAlLAOIIKH Walnut street Reduced Rates West and Southwest viaISouthern Round Ilomet Tuesdays month Acent- W Texindon CALL JONES MERSHONS WHEN SALOON PARLORI Coolest and refreshing drinks that found dispensedbdation TaiPkou Bee specificationsdskilled eKiNiocii tfpeafci2 lough iirisiiijily satisfactory DIRECT by WATSON firilll1 Smart Tweed Suiting inches travelingtl8 Cfianl inclieH pliauVs inches brown SIIllackCrepe Special Lulies liniiillp 501Il1H Umbrella National Tailoring Artistic Dressmak spocially ntbiuned Madam Wilker 4 if g It Ky Springs Resort Ladiew Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walk ers stable on Irvine street and see the best hred and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood J6796 standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion J6 hands high Only I 5 to insure a living colt Have vour old vehicle repainted and new rnbher tires to take the place of the old worn out steel tires you are now usinif and you will have a new conveyance fur spring and summer doIIleyou ijatinfaction guaranteed LMIDKFF Prop rAlii sure to tako your wool toCov ington Arnold Bro They will pay you cash Jor it203tf KILLrHuCOUCHr KingsNew l FOR Ie OMUMPTION OUGHSaitd OLDS a PrtM IOe1OOa I IJISt nilZHBSATbrKOWIY BACX J FtIf 1y 81 tJMCkt8ta I n 1 U For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com adIdressCo Richmond Ky Nol NO2No3 No5No6 No 1 No8No No 10 No11c No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 1o tto21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 29 No 30 S conlalD1Ingbarn Price 1000 less tbanIoriginal cost A two tory frame residence on one of tbe nicest resident streets In Rich mond lias all necessary ontbulld Inn A great bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Mala street and only three squares from courthouse A more desirable location for an Ideal home could not be fonnd These residences will be sold at a bar pin SI20 will buy a good town lot 40x200 d town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price JIH Ifarmresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres barn and other Im provernentsin fine locality Price Farm containing 100 acres well fenced hut with no other improve went Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price SI600 wellImproved biaterdNice residence containing seven ctlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business bouse can be bought cbeap A four room coUge and seven acres of INnd five nrre In grass and twin garden good orchard and grape arbor All necessary out building This property is in n thriving villnge where churches anil schools are convenient Price 500 One of the nicest resiliences In lltchmond containing eight rooms cityLottnelghborhowlAll necessnry outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for anyone desir ing an ideal home One efth be constructed liiiMlns In Richmond well improved Price 2200 nelghburhood Cotage on a nice resident street ronlHining four rooms and neces sary nuttitilMings Own pur chuKed on the installment plan A grea1 hsrgnin at im will oaint resilience for purchaser An ideal cottage tof five rooms 3beautifulgood stable and cistern Price 151 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for inirrhaat conIporches fitunied In best re idenn portion of city Sable coal bonne hlIdIngsdexlringa nice hump eIghtIanIIsland a small residence aothi LocallhhPo ellloI0 irnubuiltt5yrarsaco r power latter three wont to of the year It is tin uptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal ntlllindudIn 6 rooms All for Jiifl or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf Cat Has fine trade No mill In 10 miles Also a Gobarrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Malt river Steal power new nptodate In every particular and good dwelling with elandPrice iti000 Also acre of Florida land in ttthroughone side with 2tory 5room hou e and oranges i eache penis plum grape bearing and 8 acres on oth er side with 6room 1story bouse plumsgmpesacres for or the 5 acres for 325 acres in Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about acres cultivated about rS in timber and TImbershinglestie largepartIn of rooms each and one More of two stories with rooms above has IntwoetcforA handsome twostory frame dwel twohallsPhouseontbnlldlncs Best location in Richmond for hoarding house Frllpwtof Special Rite In Effect via L One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March 1 and 15 aprIl 6 aid 19 also to Kansas and Missouri on same dates J W Hamilton Agent TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jfijjt I toslatethatitplaces in Mndison county Arbuckle Simmons 4c rcr Hamilton OFinnel J W Masters J V Whttlock StappBurton J WTeater J W Prewltt L A Mearren t C McWbarter Blckner Early JT Coy R chmood House Valley View Baldwin Rdenton Cottonburg Paint tick Wallaceton 60SEXPL NCE IPATENTS TRAOEMARMI DESIGNS AcAnyone asinventionsent pauntalethtSckntiftA handsomely Illustrated weekly Tjincest dr arearYorkBranch Weak HeartselerytDIIbadradcin remember who It was simple IndiC 01acartIndiehick falk of perfect digestion ferments and theIeVtthkHotteisdacncoeoIt Hook KOOoi 07 ewe It IIMd atMKaZa aal the heart of all prwtw- eiSIIIyI SlOO 5tH hc3dlne 2iIsew- hlch IIW aenfcapeP repared ttf LD DWITT A 00 0tftMtI0 t 4th l yP rrjr Tswwat j r T COL MA COCHRAN DEAD Former Commandant at Fort Thomas Pasted Away In Florida Newport Ky May 6 Disappoint nent because illness prevented his lervlng at the front and grief over the Heath of his wife and son within a rear are believed to have been partly responsible for the death of Col Mel rillo Augustus Cochran former com mandant at Fort Thomas Ky who passed away at Jacksonville Fla Tuesday night according to a dls patch Had he lived a few months longer friends are confident he would have been honored by promotion to the rank ot brigadier general as allowed under a bill passed by the late congress FROM DR DUNCAN Who Shot Alleged Despoiler of His Home She Seeks DivorceTh Louisville Ky May 5tlrs Anno Tarlton Harbour Duncan filed suit for divorce from Dr Ellis Duncan al leging abandonment Mrs Duncan is now living In St Louis On October 21 1902 Dr Duncan who was theahsuperintendent of the city shot Bruce Head at a railroad camp near PUtsburg He alleged that Head had had Improper relations with his wife Dr Duncan was acquitted after a short trial at Plttsburg He is now 1IpracticingDr Duncans attorney said Wednes day afternoon that no contest would e made CLYDE MEDLINc The Youngest Lad Ever Indicted For Killing In Kentucky Owingsville Ky May 5In the Fleming circuit court 12yearold Clyde Mcdlln has been Indicted for man slaughter It is alleged that he In flirted injuries on the small son of Mrs Maggie Campbell which caused death He was held under 500 bond to the next term of court A suit has also been brought against O L Hen on guardian of Medlin for J10000 damages by Mrs Campbell Medlin is said to be the youngest lad ever Indicted for killing in Kentucky cTHEKurtzman Was Easily the Best of the TwoYearOlds Louisville Ky May 5Fred Cook the St Iouls bookmaker uncovered a couple of gocd ones Wednesday ptwoyearaIdslly beat his field In the third tare at six furlongs the feature event of the day Both belong to Cook and both wre heavily played Only two fa vortes won Weather clear and track fast Ernst Elected Chairman Louisville Ky May 5fPhe nnw roipublican state central committee or pnlzed Wednesday morning by elect lug R P Krnst of Covington chaIriman George W Welsh of Danville vice chairman and Clint McClarty ofsLouIsville treasurer The election ofsa secretary was postponed C M Baranett retired as chairman after eight years service To Sue the Farmers Louisville Ky May 5The officials of the Continental Tobacco Co hava decided to file suit against varlotisbfarmers In Rallatln county section for damages aggregating 2i000 on the ground that they violated contracts and caused to be diverted from the company In this way more than 150000 pounds of tobacco Brief FreedomISomerset Ky her sentenced to two years In the pen Itentlary and who escaped Jail here two weeks ago was arrested by Shnr bTuesdayknocked down the turnkey and escap ed jail here last week was arrested in Wayne county Tuesday night Want Horse Show Building Louisville Ky May 5Ihe LouIs vllle Horse Show association has offered 50000 for the Auditorium property which is to be sold at auction Thursday If the association secures the property It will erect 100000 building for horse show purposes Mrs Durnell SuedlLouisville Ky May Durnell owner ot the winner of the Kentucky Derby was made defendant Inji stilt filed by Walter E Glover who is a director In the Louisville Jockey club for 150 for a dress furnished by Mri Glover Kentucky Quarters Secured Louisville Ky May 5 Quarters for the Kentucky delegation at the demo cratic national convention at St Louis have been secured at the Planters hotel by Urey Woodson member of the democratic national committee from Kentucky Congressman Shober at Lexington Lexington Ky May 5Congress man FE Shober of New York who Is in Kentucky In tbe Interest of Wil lIam Randolph Hearsts candidacy for the democratic nomination for the presidency spent Wednesday In Lex ington Dr Ruble Made Chief Louisville Ky May 5The Eclec tic Medical association of Kentucky elected Dr W R Rube of exlngton president Dr L J PJ of TJutJer vice president Dr L Scrour of Coving ton secretary sliver nugget weighing 20000 Ibs will be seen at the Worlds fair The people are mIghty B K Duncan and Lyirian Parrielt have opened a firstclass livery stable on Irvine street between ecoti1 ftd Third and nsk time public foi H share f their jtariiWKrt Both are expe rienced workmen Satisfaction uaran teedATTENTION We have moved onr produce businegs frin time East End of Malt street to tIlt Garnett HoUjSe storeroom on Second street where we will heslad to wol cojiie our friends and patronsIjWer will continue to pay titi hIjheBt market price for Eggs Poultry 1 HidestFurs and other Produce 3ive us a call in our new WiIlIconvince iii ie Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BRoSt Second street 2ly KMMPND XY in G Ncthfl Women A Desire for a Perfect Fljare Is from a Lowe ol fe inseparableI e scent of the violet or rose as precious as the lovely flowers whose b tHey are and while the tina ol flowers are brief and we can only enjoy splestaealth and elegance Eheistherefirjcment floodthsteBRADFIELDS Kegtilatoriurmlts of no tinkles pale cheeks or orturednerves and shapeless figures Itis 1atures remedy rug tnlllY offer comething else an lcall it just as good butt the menstrual organs will not be de T firyOur treatise on THE BRADFIELO REGULATOB Co ATLANTA Q1 SEEKING A PULP FOR PAPER Jfapid Denudation of Suitable Forests Leads Department of Agrlcul ture to Make Experiments Experiments In making wood pulp jfor the manufacture ol paper are soon jculture beIIadenudedpulp jchemistry tbatirom several other woods than spruce a s jshrubsmanufacturewuntil now has been hampered in what few experiments it tundsbut Cnthe methods in use there The expert tngs bhowpracticbliityI cuowntnext scal year the ex NviewSuitse made to have some pulp manufac turers continue the departments ex- perIments on a larger scale Experiments have been made with cotton stalks in the south but while making an excellent quality of paper- there Is not a sumclent quantity of the grown to make newsprint paper n commercial bulk Bagasse the sugar cane after the Juices have been extracted has also been used success fully In the experiments and has been paperbutent quantities to make paper MOVE CHURCH FORTY MILES Methodist Edifice in Kansas Is Hauled Across Traction Prairie by Threej o tverbeen one attracting much attention In the vicinity of Peck Kan The MethO church of Andale has Just made the Journey of any church on record 40 miles coming over to Peck In the wake of three traction engines hitched tandem The town of Andale did not need the church and Peck did so the official boards arranged for a transfer of title and the problem of moving the property was before them The railroads I asked a large sum for freight and- ot ship the building that way meant to tear it down and rebuild it The propo sition of taking it overland laughed at in the beginning was finally accepted and the movers secured three of the targeFt thrashing engines of the county for the purpose The building was placed on trucks with large wheels and j the long trip began Owing to the smooth roads and the level lands of the j Arkansas valley there was little trouble1 in the easy deportation of the structure j and passing west of Wichita It arrived at Its new location without a piece of j plaster disturbed and In as good condl tlon as when It left It is in readiness j fOr worship and the possessors are proud of ihelr success in obtaining so j easily a new edific- esI JEALOUS OF OUR Emperor Williams Recreations Taken Up in Preparing Statis AreI tics for Reichstag One of Emperor Williams recrea i l IivesUnited States When he returns Berlin he will present these tables toI suitable showcases to the reichstag He Is particularly anxious to the peoplesrepresenlatlves tbataI the growth of the German navy has been accelerated it must bS has ened still more It it is to keep pace I with the American navy The emperor is convinced that he has far better ma ierlal to man his ships than exists In t America The men of the coast dls tricts along the Baltic and the North j peas are unsurpassed in his estima 1tIon as naval material I The number of men in the fleet at present Is 32053 next Gormanf will be 34482 and at the close J40000 trained reliable men For long time the Russian and the Japanese aInavies chiefly concerned William as a basis for comparison now it Is the AmerIcan navy Pigskin Grafted on Woman By using the skin of a pig two months old the life of Mary Grant a colored raman of Richmond Va has been saved Some weeks ago the wom i an was fearfully burned about the body by the explosion of a lamp Much of her skin was destroyed and could not be replaced by nature Efforts were made to get her relatives to suppfjy tho necessary cuticle for grafting but they objected The physician in charge then jwasnecessary hide removed and grafted pa the woman ItteaaonThfe newest long word Is superun cqatradlsUugulshablHtlveness It is tnpught says tM Chicago Tribune to be thb outgrowth Of idemand for a earns applicable jb fMK manta maln Mit I ujt- j JIl I RARE SAILFISH IS CAUGHTil Itucky Cincinnati Fisherman Is Offered 300 for Bfacatch1 But Refuses It I The luckiest Cincinnati fisherman this year is Edward Hart who recent ly caught a large sailfish a few miles at sea oft Miami Fla This fish is one of the rarest known to science Previous to the one caught by Mr Hart there had been but four others captured three of them are in European museums and one is at the Smithsonian institutionIAs soon as the officials of the Smlthj sonlan Institution at Washington Yjtelegraphedthe fish- The offer was declined by Mr Hart He will have taxidermist mount the fish after which this member of the finny tribe will be presented by Mr Hart to the Queen City club The one caught by the Cincinnatian weighs 75 pounds and is a perfect pcimen of its kind These sallflsh are peculiarly con ructed On their backs Is asort of a pocket from which they can put up a fibrous oval fin which forms a sail for- eth fish when moving at the surface of e ocean When the wind is blowing rong these fish can travel at a rapid rate when their sail is set On the under part of the fish is along fin which they can draw entirely into the body as they sail The long sword protruding from the fishs bead makes this tribe a formidable enemy to tbe other fishes Sail sh are found only along the Florida ast A few days after Mr Hartcaught his specimen he saw two or three others sailing on tcp of the water and going at a rapid rate- OURTHF WIFE At AGE OF 85 Wealthy Octogenarian Claims He Is Setting Good Example to the Younger Generation In the presence of his son eight grandchildren and four greatgrand children James S VanCourt a wealthy resident of Mount Vernon N Y who in his eightysixth year and three mes a widower was married the other night to Mrs Louisa Pines The bride who is about 40 years of age nd handsome Is a widow and has one son ten years old Mr VanCourt said This Is my fourth experience and take it that I am setting a good ex mple to the younger generation I was married the first time at the age of 22 Twelve years later my first wife died and I was married again at 34 y third marriage occurred when I as 67 years old The third time I as married I was engaged nine oclock in the morning and q d at 11 oclock Then Mr VanCourt laughed heartily My third wife continued Mr Van ourt was a New York school teacher She died last July and since that time I have been very lonely That Is he principal reason why I have chosen fourth wife I have a very comforta le home and I did not warrftobreakup housekeeping and go out iiuo the world at my advanced age Mrs Pines cames long and after a courtship of about wo months we struck a bargain EW GERMKILLING PROCESS HasIPa Man Declares He Wonderful PreparationWould- Clean Pittsburg Water Arthur Nestfleld of Swissvale Pa declares that he has discovered a proc ess whereby all thewater In Pittsburgh ireservolrs can be rid of typhoid fever and other germs and all poisonous mat ter at an expenditure of about 25 Nestfiolds means of sterilization Js con rtained in a secret chemical which he mixes and rolls into small pills and places them in the water Five minutes after the pill has been deposited in the water be says all the germs are dead and the water is tree from poisonous matterThe preparation was discovered by Nestfield and his brother Dr V R Nest of the English army Since com ag to PJttsburg he has been Interested in water filtration He asserts that if his preparation is used in drinking wa choleraianddeclares that the mud coated water pipes of the city would be cleared with the chemical if used in the water and that once cleared of germs they would remain so as long as the preparation was used in the reservoir The preparation can be used in any quantity and Its instjxpensiveness is one of its strong points IPliny Was Too Slow Here is another case where the poets have antedated the scientists according to the New York Tribune Dr Fran colini of Rome Italy has published a statement to the effect that the source of the Clltumnus a small Umbrlan river sacred to the Romans may con jtaln radium basing his opinion on a description of Pliny and on passages in the works of many writers and po eta from Virgil to Byron The wa ters at the source of tbe river are the color of violet The matter ia being Investigated by scientistst t Experience or Theory That New York woman who says flirting Is as necessary as It is pleasant ChicagoRecordHerald speaks from experience and Is not gladdening us with mere theoretical 19u1L Others Have Been There The Chicago Dally News remarks that Alexieff Is not the first man to discover the unpleasant consequences of largetobeafiL Try for Uealth f J 222 South Peoria St CniCAooi ILL Oct 7 1902 f1 EiftTit lUollth aso I was so ill thatlwascompelledblieorsitdowu I etomadi was so weak and upset I that I could ke p on it ljand Iiomited frequently I could not urinate great pain and coughed so much that t t my throat and lungs were 1T- j andsore The doctors pronounced itBlights disease others said it was consumption It matured little to me what they called it and 1 haul no de sire to live Asister visited me from St Louis and askedmo if CatduiIbought a bottle I believe that itsavedmylife women could save much suffer ing if they butkncwof its value d7io4vhDoiit pin Take Wirje of Cardui and make one supreme effort to be well You do iut reed to be a weak helpless You can have a womans health and doa womans work inlife Why not secure a bottle if Wine of Cardui from your druggist totdayIWIN ofCIUIDUJI of = a ti For the I j i I j i j of Fine A Test cave a life Dr T G Merrill of Mo Melioopnnv Pa made a stnrtlinff mat resulted in a wonderful puro He writes a patient was attacked with violent liemorrliajreH cnuped hv tiles ratioit of tlie stoninch I hat often found TCIerrric Kif ers oreUent for ipnte ptomiich and liver trouMew o T nresoribed them The pntient pained from till first nd hn pot hRtIOn lit pelt in 14 month Electric RltrcK Te posiftvelv jrnarnntepd fo Dwrwp iR TndieesHoii onsMpjilinn 5111 Kil MPV trouhlea Trv them Onlv 0 etc at R 0 Stocktons nniir Store 1m Even the fair sex may be unfair It ft pretty sharp woman that cant I he flattered j To the deire to call to the tftcf thir h lialntintr anti pannrinsr is drawinir close and no doubt von i ml papering the exterior and of yonrrf sidnnco this spring and as I know of no rttor or safer way o invest a rensonnhl ninontitof money than tliis deai10 tSI reinlnil von mrniri of time fact that am still in Mm paint jng and wall p per hnejnea and am thoroughly prenared to famish yon es timntes free of chnrpe anI1un your paintinar ndwall paper haticini at very reasonable prices As I employ none hut firstclas workmen and use only the best materials in and on all work Iilo T guarantee goodreui and perfect sa i faction on all work I may do for you atid therefore ask von orat least a share of your work promising von In return for your money value received A full and complete line of the newest deigns in wall paper of all kinds and colors of pure white lead paint always on hand Thanking yon for past pat ronatro ansi for a continuance of sam thwyewr I am Yonin very respectfully W L LEEDS store and hop West Irvineatreet he Iwlen Second and Fcr Rent leQire to rent for the year 1904 the lrieht store room on Main street now occupied hv Mr T A Robinson tf MiedTau a = RrlglH ct Art ideal country for cheap hnesL- and at f5 10 t5 per acre grows rorn cotton wheat eats grasses rilts anti vegetables Stock ranges 10 mouths In the years Southeast Missouri Arkansas Lrij iMann and Texan are Nllof IIlthtbe climate imild the sodis j ich the lands are cheap low Hom Set6 rsv Rates about half farevla the 4 2 Xk 3 twice a month first ari tblrd Tues days For descriptive literntnrv IlIl1v anti tacnsioii raes write 10 LO 0 P A- ebtton Bolt yiuclttt U O 1 II irlI The purchase price FI 11 cooking range fall modest palaI IIsmallTo the cost of a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it has cost more than The Majestic the stan dard everywhere Because the Majestic is built rightII all the heat properly distributed it will pay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX Sfe PENSIVE h Bf Call and see them at store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the market Arbucklea mmonsl a Ky I HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR SPRING SUIT iIf not do not until you have seen our line of Alfred Cos Correct for Men We have for Men and Boys use Mens Suits 850 to 30 Mens Rain Coats 10 Largest Line o- fHATS 10 k and all kinds of Goods in Central 3 Agents Youmans t LOUIS GUS STRAUSClothiers and Tailors Startling To fubllcr contemplate Pintinll nRnr1will Arkansas Texas Louisiana cOO rreour Richmond Benjamin Clhing everything 030I NECKWEARSHIRTS Furnishing Kentucky Sole For Hats X Lexingtons Leading lIIrda SGHAEPER L RiN1QN DEALER IN Coal Feedt Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Mainand B Streetsapro lyr Phone b Renewer1Aglossy and prevents the hair soft aniends Cures Lgrayhafr u dandruff ar c 9 4 i C land see the i Sss T+ I 9WuTakoT and you can see how c North Star Refrigeratcr s lined and why it will u c onehalf the ice that Itt tales to run the soca Refrigerator to IITIS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK i which absorbs all the moisture and makes it 5 3tT LeiSsi r k Ve have these Refgeaforoi 1ain line- drndgaIvanized t linedv CaiLiIJ iL I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAYU lOOt L R Blanton Coal FedSaJt Lime Cement and Plaster For sixteen years L II Blanton has success fu y sup plied the people of Madison and adjoining counties with coal salt feed sand lime ce raent plaster hair etc By contracting for his commodi buyingcar load lots Mr Blanton is enabled to secure bedrock fig ures the benefit of which he quotingprices consistent with the l st quality of goods He is prepared to furnish all sup plies in any quantity fromonf pound to car load lots on short largefortoo small to receive careful ant prompt attention Afea hire that the observer on vis iting his place of business cannot but admire is the neat and orderly arrangement of stock systematized so as to insure prompt filling of all orders at the least possible expense His warerooms sheds and yards front on Main Hand Irvine streets with office on Main and B only one square from the Court House where he and his polite and efficient clerks are always glad to receive business or social visits from customers and friends At this season of the year sup plying the trade with limeI cement and other plaster ma telal is an important and = busy branch of the business large sales marking the activ ity of this department Be sides keeping a full and com plete stock of everything needed for plastering Mr Blanton is the sole distributing agent for Buguos White Rock Lime the whitest and strongest lime in the market for Campbells Cement Plas tel with which the Postoffice prominentbuildings vicinity are plastered and for Old Dominion Portland Ce mEn t used by the U S Gov ernment in lock and dam con structions on Kentucky and Big Sandy Rivers and else where He is also sole agent for the celebrated A E Smith band of Kanawha Salt the strongest and best salt in the world Mr Blanton has been engaged in this line of Busi ness since 1888 and has won the confidence and esteem of the inhabitants throughout this section his recognized integrity being a guarantee of complete satisfaction in all transactions Starting with out a dollar of capital but with plenty of grit and a de termination to succeed he has built up the largest busi nnss of its kind in Eastern Tv Mituckv His novel and orig inal method of handling his business has virtually done away with competition on many classes of his goods COVINGTON ARNOLD BROTHER Groceries Que nsw re Etc The visitor to Rirhmnnrt notes with ltnirtpn the magnitude of stock neatness anil studied oare in display 4 an l the attractive appointments time c1iaraRforisns the es ahlishm nt hand ling fond com modi ties tnthoso ro spifts the sirraiijjtmentsaroon a mot rtpiilitnn pler thus giving patrons wnox clml advantnpt and fnpilltierf C ntriMitJip tp thuso superior eondi tionn the ostttblihniont of Covington rAponrIfrom n well selected stnck and h prompt and IOU tuOtH grviw Thesi gfliitlomon huvp for elvh ien yars ca tcnnl to the inlitilHiu s of this sec 1 tion thulr nemli In t I ifntis thej thercfr know nnil and ttiuir pro ductions as v the tastes and desirtM of th ipl of this cpninm nil y Th lr took nll cts this experi enc and ki oYlIo and contains cominodiiiw hnving purity for their merit tlih fn hnoe s tiddud by rapid gulfs Thtv labels ami brands bear the natn s of celebrated makers 1011 produo M such as the Americtn Gio C ry Cos Ferndalo brand of canned goods Winchester Perfection flour aud the noted White Star coffee for which their concern has the exclu 1slve local agency A line of foreign and domestic glass and queensware containing variety and elegance inde sign attracts housekeepers who seek their needs in household equipment in tableware and articles of houte adornment Field srfcds salt lime cement baled hay corn feed oats clover timothy redtop and orchard grass seeds arc also haudled In quan tities a big business being done in this department Amonc the local retail enterprises the establishment of C Arnold Bro is an im resttljonof popular confidence and n generous recognition fot the enterprising and painstaking efforts of it owners whose constant desire is to supply all that is now and best In the linos handled In the buying and shipping of w eat they are among tntt largest dealera of the county What is the name of the Refripator and Ice Box tlmtis lined with Granula ted Cork xnd who sells ibpm in town It is the North Star and can bttfotind at D B Shaykellord CfewheraitihOT been forbears Ii Satfjr ji Harber Hugucley Groceries Seeds Etfc expressionreada suitable and forcible appli 2ation In the grocery estab Hugueleythe arrangement of the well assorted stoik the marks and labels of prominent man ufactures everywhere in evi facilitestion of business all indicate strongestpossiblpterm patronageenJoyed pliment but sheer justice to estabhshment blJwIthcitieslheseialty of hay corn and all kinds of feed straw cement lime manyartlcles onlyfindand these have been selected with reference to their known purity and wholesomeness The coffee handled by this concern a blend of lour dif qualityisfaction which it has given within the past ten years be steridilyington Cream Flour Honey suckle and Republican brands of canned goods are some of the specialties together with a line of goods expressly se lected packed and canned to gentlemenThe idly thereby assuring fresh nessa consideration which the wise do not overlook for a fresh stock means the best value and the best value is what is always to be de sired Harber Hugueley are familiar with makers and their productions and have gained a knowledge of the needs of the public in the school of experience Their roVing business indicates enterprise and executive abil ity of a high order and their progressive methods have given to the people of Rich mond an establishment which supplies metropolitan advan tages in the food line LACKEY HAMILTON Clothing Shoes Drygoods Notions One of the many surprises in store for the visitor to Richmond is tho mag nitude and extent of its mercantile op erations Ths fact U plainly apparent in the individual enterprises which ere conducted after the truly metropolitan fashions and which provide advun faees that cannot be excelled in the willed mamotli establishment of our larc cities Particularly is this true if the establishment of Ijaoky Ham UtoH dealers in drypoods clothinp cloaks carpet and ladies and misses hoofR anil nhoes The huildine oocu niod in two stories and in the various inpayments n number of pals people irn employed the year around Everv facility is possessed to Ret tho very best in the market at nricos which no Cm neition can b nt These gentlemen keep their stork free from the as fjood v jioods that flood the market and rive to their customers the cenuine ar ticle that hits made its reputation be cause of its merit and which has many imitptora This is the real reason why his establishment has the confidence if the public and the reason why it is loinR such a splendid business In Irycr oods the lines of silks and dress roods are full and complete aleo the Snsiery clove embroidery corset and Indies gnrmnnt department in fact here exists n protuwion in quality and rice of the productions oi the leading Manufacturers both foreign and domes Me The larte stock of clothing carried y this linn is second to none in thin it jr These coods are made up by thAI iithinpr houses in the United States The shoes are the pick and choice of celebrated makers and a variety in In Mea misses antI childrens wear make an easy matter to find the desired irticlebotb in quality antI price Thitre is also a large stock in carpets mat ings linolBUins curtains and window ihadcs In every respect this cstab Mslnnent Is thoroughly representative ind many cities of greater pretentious aniiot boast of one which will bear mparisonIn volume and variety of tock and extent of patronage SAMUELS SHEARER Livery Feed and Sale Stable In these days the enterprising and successful liveryman seeks out and equips his busines with whatever is new or an improvement on old meth ods The modern vehicle with a l that comfort or convenience suggests becomes a part of his equipment and stylish rigs invite recognition and in crease of patronage Those rem rkl are suggested by the services render ed at tho livery barns of Samuels Shearer one of the leading livery stnbles not only in Richmond but also of this entire section of the State For th convenience and special us of the traveling public a stable of 15 tylish and YoU groomed road horses and a variety of mod rn rubber tire vehicles adopted for all purposes can be secured at short notice A feature of this establishment is that for years it has been considered the headquar ters for the sale and purghasc of horses The budding is 50 x 400 feet giving amplo accomodations for the care and feeding of SOO head of horses Toe stable is now owned and operated by Samuel Shearer gentlemen who are so well and favorably known that thevnccdno ntruductiotQth read It 1 f oJCr1 Iii 7 l Y R C STOCKTON Druggist Importancestocked and well managed drug store where fresh and pure drugs can al ways be had as well as the services of a competent pharmacist wih the as surance that the exact Ingredients prescribed shall boused in thn com pounding of prescriptions R C Stockton supplies Richmond and Mad bon county and adjoining counties with these important requisites and as a result popular appreciation is ex patronsHecare in the compounding of drugs and the filling of prescriptions The ex act ingredients specified by the physi cian are always insisted upon and no substitutes whatever are allowed hence tho reputation of the house as one of the most reliable institutions in the city In connection with a full stock of druggists sundries toilet articles perfumes paints oils and glass bdoks are also bandied a com plete line of the standard authors in prose and poetry being presented to gether with the popular woiks of fic tion and leading magazines At a handsome and costly fountain elaborate and beautiful in design soda water with delicious fruit syrups Is icrved to a host of exacting and ap preciative patrons throughout the year In stock arrangement this es tablishment tells plainly of a prosper ous business and wide awake manage ment and that the efforts of Mr Stockton to supply the needs of the public in a superior manner are not without reward is evidenced in his popularity and the recognition which his diug store receives ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Hardware Farm Implements The magnitude completeness and varlejy of the stock carried by Ar buckle Simmons attract to their es tablishment property owners contrac tors builders and housekeepers where they have their needs supplied prompt ly and with the maximum degree of satisfaction The hardware depart ment contains n complete line of shelf hardware cutlery and tinware house hold utensils mechanics tools farm supplies wire fencing etc A care fully selected assortment of uloves is a feature of tile stock embracing the Majestic Fischer Leal Cos produc tion and other ranges cooking and heating stoves from well known manu facturers Special attention is given to lteI galvanized iron and tin work contracts being executed and repairs made promptly by expert mechanics at reasonable rates Estimates are cheer fully furnished for roofing guttering spouting etc Arbuckle Simmons are Bales agents in this territory for standard and fieldtested farm machin ery among which are the Champion Binders and Mowers the Hamlton Planter Hooeter Drills Chattanooga Disc Plow aiiJ many others of equal note Messrs Jas D Arbuckle and Geo D Simmons compose the firm These gentlemen have given to the com munity live progressive uptodate and lepresentative establishment and one that ranks prominently amoncr Richmonds mercantile enterprises GWJPI KELS f Saddles and Harness Honest dealing truthful representa tion and sincerely to buyers are tire in ducements that George W Pickels has ver offered to his customers Mr Pickels is one oi the most widely known merchants of our town and has sold harness saddles and bridles to the peo DIe of this and adjoining counties for fell nigh a quarter of a century in the inine old stand on Second street Com petitors hare come and gone but he is still hero Mr Pickels begs no favors he deserves thom arguments are use less he lets his goods talk He has a most thorough and complete stock of handmade harness collars whips blankets dusters and everything need ed in his line Above all he manufact ures the famous Pickels saddle which he has shipped to nearly every State in the Union His line makes friends outshines rivals and sells itself every time Firstclass throughout and combining style quality and elegance with prices strictly fair Mr Pickels xpecta no sale unless he proves this Me in anxious to show you his goods hut he asks tor your patronage when hey give complete satisfaction Visit ors art surprised and buyersdelighted fine goods and low prices do the work Truth telling about seasonable styles means a stock of bright new clean fresh stylish goods Thats what you want Mr Pickels has them Truth telling about fair prices means honest close fair square nnjforraly low figures Thats what you want Mr Pickels gives them WHITE GIBSON Dry Goods Notions Etc Be fair with yourself and see the new spring and summer stock of dry goods at White Gibsons before bnj ing elsewhere It presents ITI oppor tunity for economical buying that nobody can affonl to miss Their store is crowded with the newest of styles reltcted with ex erienced care as to quality and good tate as to style and generous prodigality as to variety andit is the right place to gut the right goods at the right prices snndInrdnIl found in abundance in every de partment of their elegant line No question about the roods pleasing loey make none better No question about their prices being satisfactory none can sell cheaper Depend upon them for perfect satisfaction in value for your money They deserve your trade because they give yon the fair est squarest opportunity for buying at bedrock prices Come to see them aud you will come out ahead They guarantee profit and pleasure t erery customer Profit because their prices prove positive saving to every buyer Pleasure because their goods cannot fail toqilcase in qnality and style It is impossible to mike a mistakeijln yogr buying i jouVpur c1i sCf mJVbI ojO ltJJ1 J LETCHER LACKEY CO Coal Grain Seed Etc One of the most widely knownjfcns of Richmond in the above lines iMhat of Letch er Lackey Co whoso exten sive business interests have mad the people of this vicinity perfeatly fa mil iar with their names They offer to property owners every advantage to secure their needs in coal lime ce ment plaster etc This establishment possesses superior facilities in the bnv ing and shipping of grain and bay and offers to tlrp farmers of this section the highest current market prices They also make a specialty of Kentucky Blue Grass seed which they Iiandje in large quantities Because oflhe location of their establishment on the L N tracks cars are loaded and un loaded at the doors thus important items of expense viz freight charges and handling are rednced to a minimum They are selling agents in this section for the celebrated Blue Grass fence which is daily growing in popular favor The active management of the business n in the hands ot Messrs Everett Vitt and Beecliam Lackey experienced buy ers and merchants That they liav sue ceeded wcdl in their responsible posi tion is best told in the history of the growth and progress of the concern KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Buggies Phaetons Wagons The buying public and all strangers within our gates on the lookout for style speed and durability in the way of vehicles are cordially invited to call at the Kentucky Carriage Works and examine the line carried there by Mr Chas F HIggins successor to that old rclable and well known gen tleman Mr John Donelson You feel relieved the minute you see Chis grand stock of buggies phaetons road wag ons and carts of all descriptions The look serviceable stylish aud hand some The first glance shows you art on the right track and you wako up o the fait that you have gotten i ito the right store When you commence logo into details with Mr IlIgglns you feel as if these goods were bought on purpose for you Its no trouble what ever to make a satisfactory selection and it gets down to the question which is the lost s tlsfactorJ Trou ble is forgotten when you learn his prices They are always at the low water mark He doesnt give goods away he cant but he can sell goods very low anelhe doss This is a fact He might brag about it but whats the use A word to the wise is sufficient Happiness is supreme when you get just what you want at less than you expected to pay Mr Higgins treats sustomers to this kind of a surprise every day You will lind his selections choice his coods reliable his prices satisfactory A fair deal makes the buyer happy he gives it To spend money and be hnppyat the same timggo to the Kentucky Carriage Works whore youll catch on to the fact that they sell the Kind of carriages buggies and carts that improve on inspection and stacd by you like a brother See them and be satisfied The quality and workmanship of all are guaranteed to be the best The magnificent stock waits for buyers waits to Scatter Benefits Broadcast t CRUTCM R EVANS Furniture and Undertaking r The furniture and undertaking es tablishment ofCrntcher Evans off ers to the citizens of Richmond arid vicinity advantages which are not ex celled in our large cities in the several lines which comprise their business In the furniture department their stock offers ample variety because of its mag nitude and the facilities for equippinc the home in all that is new and improv ed are unsurpassed The stock ia made up of a selection of assorted woods in style and design which represents all that is popularly accepted and approv ed This is true of the array of parlor and bed room furniture side boards book cases writing desks buffets wardrobes china closets and a large line of couches Upholstered in a variety of styles The large stock of carpets and mattings have an attraction for the housekeeper since little time or effort is required to make suitable selection Another feature that arrests the atten tion of housekeepers IB the facilities employed for picture framing anti frames can be secured from a variety o designs at almost any flgure An im portant branch of the business which to conduct satisfactorily requires thor oughly modern equipment scientific knowledge and natural adaptability for the reqirements of the profession is that of undertaking and fnneral direct ing The equipment of Crutcher Evans is complete and they keep on hand a large line of caskets in all styles quantities and design A licensed embalmer G W Evan Jr whose proficiency in the art Is generally recog nized hereabouts has charge of this department His outfit comprises thos instruments approved by the Jeadint instructors oi embalming and his flu ids disinfectants and deodorants art of standard make and recoaiized merit feesra Crittuher Evanjwho have been engaged in business jS icluiOtii about One vear siicceededSj Jo K 10plltl Enterprise iR the t ml1ln fthik establishment and tlJs appears with force and emphasis in volume o business in magnitude and variety of stock in progressive methods and in general satisfaction which is attendant l iipon every transaction B L MIDDEL TON Drugs Books Etc The several stocks to be found in the establishment of B L Middleton an ticipate a variety of needs tastes aud desires The drug line contains a se lect stock of drugs chemicals patent medicines druggists sundries toilet articles perfumer etc A choice col lection rf works by popular authors is constantly offered periodicals magI zines dally papers school books and school supplies fttatrunery wrftingma terial and novelty bOO generally The assortment of paints comprises the best productions in mixed paints oils glass brushes etc Eastman Kodaks and photographic supplies are import ant features of the business and largo mark the activity in this department wbiliHor t a CQnl atHtDofntna teiirs developiiitf aiid pnntlngyire done n at reasonable pricos The refutation which this house bears in the filling of prescriptions la of the highest order arC TlCY and and purity being assured thereby gainz for it the recognition and recommendation of the leading phyef cians hereabouts The owner BL Mid dleton has been in business in Rich rnond since 1888and has tollowed the drug tine since he was able to look over counter He is therefore thoroughly experienced and this experience in evi denced Ja the assortment of standard productions iobn found in his estab lishment Everyone in this section knows II L Middleton and words of introduction are unnecessary He gives to the community a firstclass enterprise and enjoys in return a steady select and increasing trade B W TURNER The public generally is invited to call on B W Turner the worthy and popular Main street merchant Ex acting economical and critical buyers included arc urgently requested to examine his late arrivals of new and seasonable styles in dry goods silks muslins linens and in fact everything that an uptodate store in his line should handle Good judges ot fine fabrics neat patterns and best quali ties will find among his collection many choice selections of superior goods which will be found desirable bargains in price as well as quality and style Careful comparison can not fall to convince you of this fact Mr Turner simply asks you to come in and see his handsome spring and summer stock assuring all that high grades and one uniform low price will be found in every department Such a grand array of attractions have sel dom been on exhibition and the pur chaser may be sure of the latest and be t On Thursdays Mr Turner makes a special cash sale on some line changing each week On these occasions rockbottom prices are rcnched and rare bargains are offered and eagerly accepted by close buyers This old and well known stand keeps at the front defies competition guar antees satisfaction and hopes to see you soon Announcements To the Voters of the Fifth Appdaite Court Dis hid of Kentucky I AM a candidate for Judge of the Court ot Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Democra tic party As Circuit Judge it be came my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part ot the States history and nt a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the new Con stitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con troversy rose as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable Case have burdened the dooketsof my court touching the rights of corpora tions and he exercise of franchises under the law How wcllI haye dinr charged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to deter mineI be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I as pire Very respectfully JAMES E OANTRILL c s 1 John DCamJL A Candidate for Appellate Jodje in this District Hon John D Carroll of NewCastle one of the best known lawyers in the State lias announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district subject to the action of the Democratic party lit Carrolls friends espec ially in the legal profession have for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State He has heldeeveral offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Con stitutional Convention and one of the three commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to conform to the changes made by the constitution and was tor three years chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee He is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes lawbooks that are in general use and that may be round in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high integrity great Industry with an extensive and acurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends belieVe he would make a splendid I Judge Trimble Democrat tf- FOll CONGRESS We are anthorued to nnnonnde HonD L MOORE of Memr county a candidate for Congress In the Eighth District to succeed lion O O Gilbert subject to the action ot Democratic party Your support ia earnestly solicited We are author bed to announce B HELM of LlncSln county a candidate for Congress from this tho Eight Congressional District Subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are nrthorlzed to announce JUDGE J O CIIENAULT a candidate for the office of County Judge 6f Madron Codnty Subject to the action ot the Dtmocratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE K TUBPIN acandldate for the office ot Coun ty Judge of Madlwn county Subject to the action of the Democratic party FOH COUNTY ATTOBNEY We are authorized to announce W R LFTt HER JB candidate for At tornry subject to the action of the Democratic party We are anthorlicd to announce B n CnoOKK a candidate for bounty Attorney snbject tethe action ot thn Democratic party We are anthorited to announce W B 8HACKKLFORD candidate for County At torney ot Mdlson oonnty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W II LL RD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat- Ic Party We are anthoriird to announce B B Million a candidate for Sheriff of MiuUson County sub ject to the action Democratic Party We are authorized to announce H HT COL YEB a candidate for Sheriff of Madison conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB JAILERI We are authorized to announce THOH O OCRIIY as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snbject to the action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce F J PERKINS 01 Baldwiu candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Ve are authorized to announce O W DEB1NOEB a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D O QBIGG3a a caididate for Jailor of JIadUon County snbject to the action ot the Demo cratic party We are authorled to announce Nn JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub Jeet kIilM I ot h u Ucp rtr II1II t Wo are authorized to announce JlDOZIER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snb ject to the action ot the Democratic party TVe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer ot Madison county sub t lothe action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER O PARUISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snbject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ANDERSON IjAKES of Speedwell na a candidate for Jailer lothe action of the Democratic parity We are authorized to announce J B KENNEDY of West End Precinct Ulchmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action ot the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce J R PABKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R B TEB RILL JR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tne action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W T DUEBSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democra tic party FOB COUNTY SUPEBINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN TON a candidate for Superintendent of Pub lic Schools of Madison county snbject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN NOLAN 1 candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party- FOBASSESSOB oNe are authorized to announce J I BAKER of Dlus Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B fGOLDEN a candidate for Assessor ot Madison county snbject ta the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce BOYD P WAGERS a candidate for Assessor of Madi son county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS J A MILLER ATTOBITBTATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office n the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly SULLrv NJ ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 0 I M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY egyOflice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLOns AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office orer Perry Thomas drug store jt PHTSI01ANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PKYS1CJANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office ia th Dr Hobson building MainStreet DENTAL STTBGEEY In T 1aee stQniQ i ncn1sT OF LODISVIIXB KT- tffOfSce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to novl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST WOfflceiu Bennett Building Ijanly TELEPHONE 196 0 Vance D 0 IE E OVnnce DO Osteopathic Physicians llobson Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DR LANDMAN Hotel GIyndon Wednesday May 11 loot Diamonds Watches 3 Coks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry fit 1andPretiousStones lThese are some or tIre Y to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or cloct refuse to RO take them to Lane he will fix them U your rinpr needs resetting take it to LaneV hell fix that too If you want anything that can be found in a lilt class Jewelrv establishment go toLaes He is wi11 fixed in tliwtt kind of articles T L E Lane f Jeweler and Optician Louisville I itlulic Euhoil DAILY EX SUNDAY TBAlNS LEAVE RICHMOND or ambJTIlltand For Irrlne und Beatty ville 130 pm TEAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam Cincinnati KtCf m From Beattyvllie ail Irvine toSS atn- H L HMrTH O P P A VCMI1l X7 A 8 A 4 I Ifo OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It la of old style manu facture No BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You Want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 rear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 u bottles G 5 UuitS 250 6 II bottles 3 jNew Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Do You Burn COJItl If so why not burn the BESTWe nandie the Mountain Ash Jellico and Beatty- villeCOALS Also CORN andjHAY B yvm Q I D R Freeman Mgr Telephone J84 ftJ and Yard rr Ararf B 0 SW Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to ST LOUIS and the ouisiana Purchase Exposition tenttrf New Broadway Track and EQUIPMENT way of the 5a A eT Parlor Dining and Sleeping car elegante CJoaijhes with T High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Folder of the Fair furnished free on Applicaiion Send lOc silver for copy of the St Louis Worlds Fair March For rates time of trains sleeping or Parlor Car accommodations address any agent o p MCCARTY General Passenger Age- ntCincinnati Ohio Nor Firm Having purchased the grocery and meat business of Robert Hurst near L 4 N depot I cordially invite all ray friends us well as all patrons of the old firm to can on mo when needing any thing in this line I will carry con stantly in stock only the best of goods and my meat market will be supplied with the nices stock to be had and will uphold my reputation for being a neat clean butcher I also desire to purchase five cows giving from three to four gallons mill per day Again soliciting a share of your patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 IGmtf New Urery Firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irivne street and desire a share of patronacb in this line Persons who come in from the country and want R place to have their horses fed and cleaned tip will do well to take then to this stable- lhese gentlemen are in the market ihe vear round for good horses and per sons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They als take horses and brake them or put them in good selling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can d with horse The Collins A Walke stable contains forty nice clean room stalls and the very best care will b- Etaken of horses put in this stable Remember the place the old Adam Htable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 24 feb HIT tor Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nice front and back yard and a Cod cistern The house has just been completed hence has never been occu pied For particulars call at this office tf Dont torget we acknowledge no superior in the merchant tailoring bus iness all our work Is guaranteed tf Stouffer Mahler Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Hank Trust Co or by writing j27tf T D Chenanlt Terrlll Ky Telephone 350M Ajenb wasted 6 a day made by our mea Belling Alright VJte fo teraa CMe a A f ret l Spring is Cominl That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of WUID IDflB IID D m i everythinsmallest piece up to the most massive Bed= room Suits i We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing 1IronOdd Chairs Couches Davenports and everything 1 Come to our store on the corner of Second and Irvinej streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our f Full and Complete Stock t Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Give us a call whether you want t to buy or not t W S OLDHAM 1 I Lovv Rates West r IIIII ABRIGHT future awaits you in the wonderful 11 weft Free lands and low priced lands offer illSeeand home builders the chance there is for you on the Great Northern Railway j The following low rates will be in effect March to IApnl30 From St Paul ChicagoI To Great Falls Montana To Kalispell Montana Spokane Washington Wenalchee Washington Everett Washington Seattle Washington Address any agent of the Great Northern Ry or IMA X BAS 5 F I W HIT N E Y- Ctntral Immlzrallon Aztnt ea Puot lad J1ehc AtuoSCIaUIClllcazoW SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANYtCOBFOKATBOJ Long distance lines and telephones of this Company you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this section of the country Wo your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES Eo CAIDWEX- LPreiident J W HUNTER JR- SCCTGent Mnnutrcr S r I GOINGITOl THE WORLDS AIR at 7ST LOUIS USE THE Henderson Route THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYONDI1 DOUBT FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKIANS TO Ask Us About It L J Irwin Geo L Garrett GP A TPA LOUISVILLE KY RIPANS Tjibules Doctors find 33 oodjprescription 1 For mankind The Scent packet a enough for leaal The family bottli 60 ceata containsji supply ra yea Aitkiij 1I tlie ir T oj 2000 3000 1 2250 3050 2500 3300 enable great solicit occasions FRISCO SYSTEM SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY LOKLAHOMA For descriptive matter through chednle and other needed par tlcnlan address HI McGUIRE DISTRICT FASSINGtn 3Q EAST FOURTH STRICT CINCINNATI OHIO k Ad spring IB cere it ia time io have your old vehicle repainted and overhauled and made aa good as new W trill do the work at prices that will ur 9 80 yon i Richmond Carriage Vrk8 tJll9tI B L lIdkJtI1rup Part TwoL js COUNTY MAY 1L 1904 51 j m I1ighestir Quality Goods in for the per in at to c 1 at wTtTT- wT THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 11VOLUME 30RICHMOND MADISON KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NUMBER Its 71 F Lackeyand Hamilton Lowest 7Jj d of is at Hustling Cash Store Ij i You the advantage of Retting most ilof best ffi7H22 2 t222 2t2I2 22 ft a2 +J 4We arejjready with our showing of New Spring Goods every lineJZ 2t2 Stt The latest things Dress I SititingsiI ings Ginghams Percales t etc all grades and prices verypt beautiful Lawns coming sea 7 iat prices from 5o yard up k Large line of thnewest things Trimming Braidp r and Medallions Em ft broideries Ribbons and F Laces all prices from le per yd up kTe have lust received our Spring Hosiery The IF best values be had in Misses and child t rens plain fancy ribbed I lace and stripped Hosiery t + Si 10 12i 1520 25c g U I iI The habit buying good goods cultivated by trading the 21 f have the the ladies Our and Lace Cur r4tamCarpetsI2mup Rugs 98c 125 S50 S2and up I LACE m CURTAINS per ai Cottage Poles complete for 10 cts s The largest line of Trunks Suit- Cases Telescopesand Valises shown in the city Trunks 190 and up a nice 24inch Suit Case at S125 Tele scopes and Valises all prices We have secured some of the best factory lines of SHOES to be had ffStyle the latest quality the highes wear satisfactory price n1vavs the- M lowest Our RAMOUS shoes rtj 71evprI pair and you will always wear them II ClothingOur stock and youths is immense prices will surprise you Mfins nobby suits 498Esonable Suits made to order and fit guaranteed ffiif Our are the very lowest that can be made on all + qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a look A look means the purchase of a for you c Our Mo o is to le ase IVeryRespectfully lACKEY AND HAMILTON 4 J ll t IjIK w IfU I tiZ Jh 71 7 H Spring is Approaching i i That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their ho lies with new 1IIuurI11tjk I am now prepared to do this kind of work at most rea sonable prices Lh PaperingtJ t Orders left at B L Middeltons will be promptly attended ito lit G MILLER d IIUIENENTII T SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES KNOXVJLUBgHATTANOOOA ATL NTASAVANNAHI BIRMINGHAM JACKSONVILLE ItI SHREVEPORT NW ORLEANS 7 POINTSiLexingtonli4 AQ6ntJQ11 t r 7J7A Very iP- irces t in 48c pair 9 TILT of Spring for men boys Our prices 1 bargain 71 71 A Sure Thingc eXCfpllealh wtorting ant throat trouble Thousands an testify to that Mrs O B VanMe tre of Shflpherdlown W Va says I nad a severe case of Bronchitis anti for i vear inVd everything I heard olint KinNewnelv Its infallible for Whooping nghGripPnetininnimuirt lonnnraption Try it Its guaranteed Iy R O Stortonnnmglst Trial botIIPS free Reg BizisSOc 100 IIIt Sheriffs Sale Nannie Garrison vs It T aad Jas Whittaker NOridBOFSALB By virtue of a Judgment ami Order ftheunderslgned Saturday May 141904 nt the hPiir of 2 p m in front of tbe court house door in Richmond ihohouseStreet in Richmond Ky consistlutof 1 side board 1 front bcr pumpnnc1 1 lot of bottles These will be sold as a whole on a credit of three months purchaser to give bond with approved ecurity said bond to bear Uitorrst from date of sale at the rate of 6 por cent antiIto be a lien upon the articles sold toIse uro its payment I JOHN F WAGERS S M C 27 op St IiThe Calvert MISS WILLIE K IlOCKERP- KOriJIETUESS Rates 100 per Day Rpeoial Rates to Large Parties 3GHFINNEYAVENUEST gay t I L CURE FOR LEPROSY A CUBAN PHYSICIAN DISCOVERS REMEDY FOR DREAD DISEASE Made from Bark and Sap of the Man glerojo or Seagrape Surpris ing Results Obtained from Its Use physicianofself to the study of leprosy among the InjColomblaWell as in the Lepers hospital at Havana announces the discovery of a rem numerousiCAesa of Instances complete cures The medium of cure is prepared from the bark ands of theYmanglerojo or sea grape which delRioThe physicians of the Cuban capital who have heretofore frequently es pressed doubt as to the efficacy of Dr Duques experiments which were first theUnitedbecome convinced that the subvention granted by Gen Leonard Wood to en able the specialist to carry on his ex perlments and which monthly stipend Of J250 has been continued by the Cuban executive has been well expended and are congratulating Dr Duque on the results He now has under his care at the Hospital San Lazaro in Havana more than 20 cases The first patient placed under the new treatment more than two years ago was discharged as cured about a year ago and several oth ers have been released since Of ten subjects under iJr Duques treatment In one ward of the Havana hospital one that was regarded as a specially bad case when he first began to take the treatment lacks all signs of ever having been afflicted with the disease two others show very slight Indications of leprosy while six more appear to be improving expelledfromago after being held up at Port Tampa en route to Hot Springs Ark and today only a medical expert might diag nose his complaint so healthy does he appearMsive privilege as it is his wish to relieve sufferers from leprosy the world over It is claimed that the Indians of San Bias on the Isthmus of Panama and those of the Colombian interior have known of the medical properties of the mangle for centuries Duque himself made the discovery by accident his atfrtention being drawn to the gathering Indians from the uplands on the sea toast at stated intervals They always camped when the sea grape was thickest along the beach and devoted the greater portion of their time to gathering and drying mangle bark and roots While under treatment Dr Duques patients are subjected to a diet of bread milk eggs and fresh beef and are prohibited the use of wine or coffee EachTpatient is required to bathe twice in water as hot as ho cdn stande WILL AID COTTON GROWING Government GivingImpetus to Indus try by Furnishing Sea Island Seed to Porto Ricans The United States government through its agricultural experiment sta tion at Mayaguez Porto Rico has deter mined to encourage the growing of Sea Island cotton In the new possession Special Agent Mark D Gardener is sending out notices that he has received hEdistohe will supply free not to exceed four pounds each to planters and farmers who wish to experiment with the seed The seed was bought and forwarded to Porto Rico by the office of industrial plants In the United States department of agriculture Washington D a and It Is only requested that every planter or farmer making experiments shall Inform the Porto Rico station of the ra suits and send a sample of the product for transmission to Washington Mr Gardeners offer is accompanied by a circular letter from President RIM Walker of the Walker Cotton Industrial company San Juan in which Mr Walker tells in detail how to obtain he best possible results from Sea island planting in Porto Rico Mr Walker pleads strongly for a rigid quar- antIne against the Mexican cotton boll eevil and the destruction of all seed the Sea island variety Heiress at the Washtub Miss Mints Cllmer an heiress to thousands of dollars a beautiful girl leader in the younger society circles of Vienna 0 has pledged herself to raise 150 for the support of a mission in Ar menia For two weeks she has done w ashing for a few families in Vienna 12 2heing as an ordinary hand In a factory Her father Is The wealthyI Zebras trained to work in harness are among the latest novelties in Lon don In the cultivation of the zebra the Chicago Tribune remarks It may be that our English cousins see a hope of being able to carry on their wars without the aid of the issouri muleISeason for liars Is The fish story season OpenIpened at Lake Okoboji about the discovery of a fish provided with ears like a hog The outlook says e Sioux City Journal Is encouraging or an unusually good quality as fishy fiction this year Four handsome well located lots 50 x 180 feet cheap on installment plan Also two lots in stoned throw of ourt house fronted on two streets cheap Apply toI P Evans State Bank Trust Co BIg Notice to Creditors AH Iisrtles baring claim agalnet the estate of CHunJey deceased are requested to tile game with he undersigned properly verified on or before June 1st 1004 or same will be barred 2m W 8 nUNLEY Admr We pprcnased our vcJiicles to ellI and it you will only calTaud get prices wA will prove this afgcrtipn and make of t on an everlasting friend anal custo mcjr tf SrL SHdklu Prop CijvinKton Atnollt Bro wa Iyot1rool They will pay the blfheat inRrfe price fur iu Watt a Happenings in Kentucky REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Threatened Contests Between Bradley and Yerke Did Not Take Place louisvllle Ky May4fFhe threat wed contest between former Gov W Injternalthe control of tho republican state- dn central committee failed to mA terializo at the convention Tuesday fn two speeches which won him ova lions Mr Bradley declared for bar moay He moved that the rules and order of buslnesi be suspended before the report of the committee on creden tials should be announced and that Mr Yerkoi the temporary chairman he unanimously declared permanent chali man The same motion applied to the tention of Samuel J Roberts andaoung B Allison as permanent secrettaries The motion was carried mously after It had been held up for some time by former Congressman John D White who was finally howledsdown The platform adopted the administration of President floevelt which following as it has dono the policy of William McKinley has continued with unabated force the marvelous prosperity with which our country has been blessed since the re poweriuRichard P Ernest of Covlngton and George 11 Long of Lcltchfield were nominated by acclamation to serve with Mr Bradley leaving one more delegate at large to be selecteilIThe practice of ventlons having been to name a Ne gro delegate at large the remaining position on the delegation was contested for by several of that race Dr E fo thrtTWO DEATHS OF FIVE CASESI It Is Alleged Yellow Fever Rages In Pike CountyloSergent Ky May 4FIve cases of what is said to be yellow fever are reported In the vicinity of Long Fork creek Eastern Pike county near tho Letcher county line Two deaths havo already occurred Rev Tandy John Rononday night Frank Burk died theee Sunday There are at present three other cases two in the Johnson family and one In the Burk family Physi cians have pronounced the disease uine yellow fever and the genIthe whole section are wrought up fear there will be a general is said hero that a traveling man om New York who came here from South America and traversed this county during the latter part of last month Introduced the infection Won the Debutante Stakes Louisville Ky May 4Mlss Inez Charles R Ellisons PIrate of PenI zance filly won the Debutante stakes at four furlongs Tuesday afternoon in Jheorses started in the steeplechase and all fell but VolanUne which won Nitrate the favorite fell at thti last Jump and Leo Planter went ovor him and fell on Jockey Schimmel who was astride of Nitrate Schimmels right leg was broken In two places and he was seriously injured Internally and may dieCSpeed Will Case Frankfort Ky Jlay 4The will case of the late Mrs Speed of Louis ville was argued before the court of appeals Tuesday by Helm Bruce Jas P Helm Ed F Trabue and exSenator William Lindsay and submitted Tho eirs seek to break a will by which e Methodist church Inherits 225000 for the endowment of educational In atltuUonsIKy May 4 The trial of Miss Bessie Irwlns suit to break the will of her father was begun in Judge Gordons court Mlsa Irwin declares she li cut off without a dollar She charges testamentary incapacity and undue Influence The estate Is worth about A OOOINewport Ky May 4Irene the 4 proarold daughter of Mr and Mrs Wil liam Smith of 638 Robert street was attacked by a water spaniel belongingS to the family Tuesday rverely bitten In the face near the left eye The flesh was terribly lacerated ManiacIIs a Raving Newport Ky May cHenry Weld ner former president of the German national benZ of this city is a raving manic and Is now confined in the Newport city jail for safekeeping Continual brooding over the loss of a fortune of about 1700 the cause Struck By a TrainfCovlngton May 4Ilenry Jackson 5 colored was struck by an L N at Pike and Russell streets Cov ington shortly after 7 oclock Tuesday evening He was severely Injured about the head and shoulders It is thought his skull was fractured Reduces the Stock Louisville Ky May 4rhe BIckett warehouse Tuesday sold 160 hogsheads of Green river tobacco fQr about 15000 This reduces the stock of river to about 1500 hogsheads t is expected that the stock will bo exhausted by June 1 Issued a Warrant For Himself Covington Ky May 4CUy Attorney George E Phillips Tuesday Issued a warrant for himself Bruce Thorn ton license Inspector concluded to make tho lawyers pay their annual ceusa at 21- 0Made Young Again One of Dr ings New Life PIUS earh night lor two weeks has put me in my teens aeaiu writes D H Turner of Dempsey town Pa Theyre tho best in the world for Liver Stomach and NeverjipeOnlvStore 1m Lyln jabout your age wont prolong your life Quick Arrest J AGtillerge of Verbeua Ala was twice in the huspiHl from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doc tors and Bit remedlfH failed Burkleds Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflnruatfon and cured him It con quers aches and kills pain25c at R U Stockton Druggist 1m Call on 8 F Rock for Surveying Real Estate and Life Inanrance Ozn2 ni o11D therajio before selling youic WOOl 1- tii i SCOT 5- fMUlSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of men womerf andchildren To the men Scotts Emulsion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from t any wasting disease For women Scotts Emulsion does this and more It is most sustaining foodand for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul strengthfor girlsforEmulsion is a great help Send for free sample SCOTT tt BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street NewYork 50c and SlOO all druggists = p =THE CLARK HANDICAP It Was Easily Won By C E Rowca ilCOlo GirlILouisville Ky Girl C E Rowes 8yearold bay maro by Meddler Springtide showed here self to be one of the best of her sex e west Thursday by easily InI e Clark handicap from one of best fields that ever faced a starter at j Churchill Downs This event drew one of the biggest crowds of the g Proofreader and Phil Finch bei nging to Jim Williams made the early pace but Lyne rated Colonial Girl perfectly and made his ride as they turned into the stretch and the mare came on and beat Monsieur Beau culre by two lengths The latter was 6 length In front of Reservation Tha owe entry was favorite at to 5 Colonial Girl and Bell the Cate were tho only favorites to win It Is said that C E Rowe won 8000 In the oi oftown poolrooms on the victory of Colonial Girl SATISFIED WITH LIFE TERM Curtis Jetts Attorney Moves to Die miss His Appeal Frankfort Ky May 6In the court cf appeals Thursday when the case ol Jett and White versus the Commonwealth was called Judge Hazelrigg attorney for Curtis IoU dismissed the appeal as to Jett and the appeal ot White was argued by A F Byrd for the state and J H Hazelrigg for White ett and White were tried together nd both given life sentences for the assassination of James B Marcum Later Curt Jett was tried and given a death sentence for the murder of youngCockrell The appeal from the death sentence will be argued Friday This move means that Jett Is willing to take the life sentence and risk get a new trial for the murder of ockrell STOLE A MARCH The Independents Buy a Big Tobacco Warehouse In Louisville Louisville Ky May 6 Another Independent tobacco warehouse Is to be established in Louisville The company acquires the largest warehouse in the city on Main street between Ninth and Tenth The house has been under lease to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co generally known as the combine The new company will file articles of Incorporation in a few days The members of the company have been buying on the breaks for along time and are said to be especially Interested In foreign business Tho price paid for the warehouse is 30000 It has been under lease aboutI trust which would probably chased it but the new a marchIFrankfort Ky May GThe court pf appeals decided that the per cent fines paid a commonwealths attorney must be credited on his salary for the year In which the fines are actually paid into the state treasury and not for tao year in which the fines may bo assessed by the judge or juryIA Strange FeverISergent Ky May son 17 daughter of Tandy Johnson died Monday night of a strange ever on long Fork creek succumbed to the sane disease There are three other cases under treatment and great excitement prevails Miss Johnson la the third victim of the malady Forced to Assign WlllIamstown Ky May GD Co Points of this city has made an as signment tr Jim Needham for the ben eflt of bia creditors His assets are 6000 and his liabilities 7000 De preciation of bank stock and the payment of securities made serious Inroads uPon his fortune Miss Beasley Contests Wllllamstown Ky May GMiss Anna R Beasley Is contesting the nom ination of C C Adams for superintendent of schools of Grant county before the county democratic executive committee Mr Adams majority was three votes A decision Is expected aiext Monday Regained His Eyesight MaykingKy May 6John Scott 40 who has beoa totally blind for 20 years suddenly received his sight Wednesday at Burns east of here When it was announced to Scott that a neighbors house was on fire he became greatly excited and his eyesight returned A New Chief of Police Jackson Ky May 6Joe Bruner the new chief of police engaged by the city council arrived Wednesday night from Lexington and was Installed oa Thursday He Is a fearless efficient officer and Is expected to prove a ter fOr to the lawbreakers Feared He Will Lose His Mind Louisville Ky May 6C W Me Clelland a Philadelphia traveling salesman who well known In Cia clnnsU was takes to that city by ret atives and friends who fear he will ced1Ii lf 1 I to il II t t man small i has long solved pr dress in Theyre ready the moment theyre fashionable serviceable and I a II ful likes and best grace t I larly those who want to be in style The price range particu I t IStartsI OnrNewrityle I Mats jthe lowest are showing a now line of Belts Hand BaWl nIl kinds of Novelties If I lookinlt for ant of the ordinary f u can find it in any Itock of wares and notionsOur Ladles is chuck full Of new SkirtsSilk Waists Silk Coats Silk Skirts and Walking New Waist Suits J r etc it dont pay to have Ji it la La They causing many comments among the set who nice shoes France Shoes in any style 300 of La We sell the Dizer and the Kneeland Shoes for r the and save money on ee new stylus 1 Entire Basement and we have what you want IiwThe 1 Young Man Who weulsalaryfimportantfor highprices theS 1catSuitf twoofuptotheminute neededtheyre I1200 IHawes StrawHatspriceo lIuttonsanl something ReadytoWear Department Tailormade Tallormade thematerialTry ofour France Ladies Shoes fasbJonaWe arethepurohaue Our IDruAILadies Waiting Room on balcony in handsomeone withns new store is quite a treat for the ladles citypleasantVery respectfully W D OLDHAM eo I brut Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing 125 each which will now be offered at 550 each This is an opportunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works SOmtf S L Midkiff Prop clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler In India but one person out of 20 can read or write Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Pills Millions are always at work night and day cunng Indiges lion Biliousness Constipation Tjiqk Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy sure Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug store irs Sv Outfitters Particular People j I is often a wf stylish ana he realizes that chant ailor- He ago Vlem of how to Lag a SchlossMade Our 1 We you are Suits filmt Suits are wear Price the Pateutcjamna get best every me Our the Our Life safe T l 4 rU Iyt Big Hill Coal Cj t ORLANDO KY t Shippers of J tAInIle Coal 4++ +++ + ++ +++++ ++++ + + J f Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary I j4 Sgratt without any f 4 G Wt31ttt ELDERS 3 O BARGIN STORE 3 i 6af1e o the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as t3re made mention of and the attractivelv low prices that prevail throughout this store suggests tne wisdom of buying here cq Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with Ji choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids AA checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12jc grade lOe We are showing a bealltifulline of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Jacard Vole Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shades to select from 12e India Linen 74 to 25c Boys and Girls Stockings Specials 40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4 thread Stock- Ings high spliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 11 Worth 26e at 15c pair 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings the Iron wear kind 2threat real Mace 2x2 ribbed double heel and toes made of s rvlceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at 16c per pair 41- IatthlltSIO 15 and 20c yard CupetA 121c to 125 yard See our stock of Rags Oil Cloth 20 to 75c vd We are showing the prettiest sto fc of Mens Suits at SI OS to S10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Suits 4 44 to S3 Knee Suits SI toSS Mens Shirts 25c to SI Straw Hats men and boys B 8 lOc up to SI 25 fl Stock of Notions complete Laco Curtains a beautiful line to select from 39c to 6 pair Poles 8 and lOc 1 complete Brass extension rods 810 antI 15c New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 toi48c Pants 40c Gowns 4Sc Skirts 50c Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts 1 25 to 876 They are teauties tf tMILLINERY t3fore beautiful styles Tbe smartest creations of the season are here and at Low Prim Waist fIats the most beautiful rtvles at to 2 03 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready for vrlour mlrked at speciaL Low Prcesto lIult all purses Childrens School and Dress Hats Flow trs of every description See them Bleached Pillow Cases full size and fine quality choice wearing quail ties 12j Ladles and gents Handkerchiefs 5 10 and 15 Parasols 40c to t95 Corsets 25c to 50 Shoet and Slippers all prices Picture Frames tO 1825 29 and 49cWe have just received about 600 pictures from up to 25a each Do not fall to see them We have only a few Jardineres left at 55 29 34 39 and 49c JI 4Il q = Respcctf 1fyStte d to 9tea Tr6t oc L t hei ffwithiho II Pair attention surprisingly aJJ- C jIIiw g = 7 1t i = F i J L J IJII r S I 4L k O GQ O u-SC oesseve IIg c 0 tc1 S e SS ciI itsi t I Lb8SL Selection 1 ii S zi = OF 1 S HS 55S5 5IS S S S SS SSSSSSS esSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SS SS S 5050S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SSISSS5g S s- s0 S 51 5 5S51505 0SS S 5 sOS5USS S 05 SOS Ura 5I5 s sS 5 s a 55 S S S SSSIS5 5 he 5505 s55 5505505S a 1IIHI II 5SGS 505S55 S 811SSt 5501 55 S lineSthatSO1s5S S 5 we rall special attention to our elegant line of New Spring SS 5 55I5 S noSOCSSISS 50S 5mistake by looking our lineover as it represents some of SS 5 SOSS S Iare lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes 55 S5 is S 550 boSSa I5SS0S 550 SOS UJ CRUTCHER c TRIBBLE 11 1 0S SSsSas0 Sl5 5 55hI- C s S ISS5SSSS55SSSSSSSSSSSS 5S55SSSS5SSSSS5SS55fi5555555555S 55555 0psScS0050S0SS5O0O0S0 O0S SOOO SOO0S0 SSO0 OSS005 S00 S S assSSss0SS555555555S5SS SSS5SS5SSSS5S5SSSQO The Richmond Climax RtlMH1rVEki WFHNKSDAT B- YThs Climax Printing Co I 1I0rnorn ted C CRENAULTPresident- D IILLEREdltor Manager WKPNIXDAY MAY 11 19tH THE VICEPRESIDENCY Wh le it appears reasonably certain that Judge P rkor will be the Demo cm tic nominee fsr the Presidency this yea thorn hsVe teen few prog nostications s to the nominee for the VicePresldlIcvThure be a growing senti munt for the South to Ire represented upon th itakni and justlyso for she furiishus every year a s dd Democra cyIIllItIiI1111111 unchangeable In vow f this feuiiiigwe respectfully prtifliit the imnie of one who has served his country with distinction and ronor both upon the field of bloody triwgc and in the councils of the gruatest nation on the earth His first trance into public life was as a representative iu the Legia latu e of this his native State that boasts nf the anis of t flay Critton Ion Marshall and Breckinridge in her galuxy of ilnsrious statesmen Soon aftor becoming member his marked ali liy was re gIIi74i upon every hand and he was elected to the Speaker of he lion e When the Civil war with its ateidatit horrors convulsed tbe land with terror and bloodshed he fmt it his iItityto give his service to the Confederacy and casting his lot with the immortal Morgan he fought valiantly and well to the end of he niggle attaining the rank of Lieu enani olonel When the State was s ill suffering from the rniindiation and disaster of defnt tie was elected her Chief Exec utive a d did much to facilitate her rapid ncovery from the effects of fra tricilal strife After the term of his Governoisbip hal expTed the people of this district claim d his services again and tbii t m to represent them in the Con tiF18roerCo LEXINGTON KY It is no- wHouse Gleaning Timeand are are prepared to offer you the most complete line o- fCarpets Draperies Furniture Wall Paper Wood Mantels Pictureswe ever displayed In fiub we are better pr I ed this season than ever h fore Come and see us CFBrowerCo c 7 MAIN AND BROADWA LKXIHQTCK ICY gross of the nation which he did with the same earnestness and steadfat ness of purpose that has always char aicrized his actions in the discharge nf his public duties From this poI lion he was elected to represent the granl old Commonwealth in the most august parliament that has ever de cided the destinies of nations or changed the chronology of the world The VicePresident is simply the Speaker of the Senate and we know of nn one who could fill that position with more grace and dignity than this eloquent impressive and diplomatic citizen of the county of Madison and Senator from the proud but hospita bo state of Kentucky James B Mc j Creary From Danville News COLONEL J C TUCKeR former Uni ted States Minister at Martinique be eves be has found the lost tribe of Israel in a race of people who live in an underground city in Central Amer lea These people have evidences of luxury are well acquainted with the Masonic Ritual A Statement Concerning Mad ison Institute There is a crisis in Madison Insti tute nnd feel that it is my duty to inform the citizens of Midison count ol this fict It is well known tbat for the last fifteen years the school h s nut been a financial success Havi gno endowment fund the school like other female colleges is dependent for support on the income from the board and tuition of its stu dents The present session has been a prosperous one in everyrespect except in the matter of finance Toe work and the anxiety and feeling of responsibility involved in it are so great that a man soon tires of it when there is little ur no money to be made at it and now after three years of earnest effort it is perfect evident unit unless the financial skies grow brighter in ttii near future I will be compelled to give it upliS my prede russiirs did And if I give it up Madison Iiiotitiiie will become a thing of the past for no man in his senses would take it with tile expectation of making it pay after three others had given it a fair trial extending through fifteen years and failed Anyone who would be foolish enough to un dertake it then would nOt be capable of making a success of anything roe only remedy in the case is more loyalty to the school on the part of the people of this community shown by more hearty support and un increase of patronage Jf the peo ple feel enough interest in it to apply this remedy its continuance id lill toured There are a number of boys and girls in this county now receiv ing elsewhere instruction that Madi ton Institute affords who if enrolled iu this school would increase its in come sufliieatly to make the insti tution reismablo profitable I have decided to remain another year and Sec whether our citizens care enough for it to do this and keep it alive I have heard a number of persons say that If the people had known in time ihu true condluon of Ceu ral Unlvers iiy theywould Ijave come to the escuu and kept it in Richmond and thycensured those in authority for not letting the facts be known As I oo not wish to be deserving of such censure I am now making known in advance tho tree state of affairs con cerning Madison Institute leaving it to them to decide what its fate shall u This is the only female college in Kentuckywh se teachers are grad uates of Chicago University the University of Micntgan Ann Arbor and others of the worlds greatest school I say this deliberately for it is true And this accounts fur another fict namely that it Is the only school in IbIS State whisu graduates enter the great institutions of the north and caLt such as Wellnsley and Vassar privilegenl tile Unto river known to me and I make it my business to keep informed aeSlOO Reward The readers of tins paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has een aWe to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curt is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca actingdirectly destroyluggiving the patient strength by building tip the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they otrer one hundred Iu liars for any CBBe that it falls tp cure Send for list of testimonials Addrcs F J CHENEY co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 76cr V H8U dF myJtilH th tiiJMet 3m this county afford to lose suchan institution just for the want of sum dent patronage It may occur ti some to raise the qnesion Why does not Madison Institute If its facnlity is superior to that of other schools receive a larger patronage from a distamcc The answer is easy The chief reason is that Richmond is s mewhat isolated and is not a accessible as some other school town Lexington for instance which is a railroad center and many think without an reason that the larger the town the better the school for getting if they ever knew it that some of the gieatest universities are in comparatively smitH places Men have told me that they regard Mad i s n Institnte as the best female col IcgM in the State but that they prefer to send their daughters to Lexington simply because their business takes them to that town about once a month and gives them an opportunity to visit their daughters and return home the same day which they could not do if they sent them to Richmond where their business never requires them to go Madison Institnte with its superior advantages ought really to receive a liberal endowment from the people of thi community but all its aska is their liberal patronage Surely thi is not an unreasonable request All that your children need in the matter of a firstclass education can be obtained here at very reasonable rates Do they need music Our teachers In this department received the most thorough training at the leading music conservatories of this country and Europe and have chown by th ir thoroughand painstaking work that they have no superiors This is evident to all who attend the splendid recitals given by their time to time Do they need arti We employ as instructors in tbis de partment only those who were edsea ttMIat the loading art schools of America Have you small boys If you send them here they will be in sructed by teachers of long and soc cessful experience in rooms that are not crowded and they will not h Imposed on hy large and rough boys and will not be thrown with evil associates who are older and whom so much that is bad and in jurious is soon learned Again I ask is Madison county willing to lose Madison Institute A few more months will tell J W McGABVEY Jit PERSONAL Mr J S Haselden has returned from Lexington Mrs B L Middleton is visiting her parents in Shelbyvillc Hon Grant Eo Lilly is in North Car dma on a pleasure trip Mr John Shackelford of St Louis U visiting his parents here Messrs A D Miller and Allen Zar MondtiYIvisited Mrs J C Chenault last week Mrs Dr GT Smith of Beattyville is the guest of Mrs Chas B Hendr n Dr Land man the oculistwill be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday May LlthMrs Sherman Dudley of Chicago is the guest of her sister Mrs G G Irewitt Mr W R Thomas the genial proprietor of Estill Springs wrs here Monday Mrs Dr W W Burgin and sister Mrs Elder are visiting relatives at Crab Orchard Mrs Z T Kice is visitlntr her parents Mr and Aim Leander Davidson near Lancaster Miss Embry of Lexington and Miss Bell of St Louis have been visiting Mrs James Arbuckle Mrs T S Todd and Mrs H Z Stone attended the funeral of Mrs W H I utt in Danville last Friday Mr Caswcll Tribble who has been stationed in Louisville for teveral years Is here where he expects to locate Miss Eula Jackson who has been attending State College la LexirJ ton will return to her homo at Speedvvell today Mr and Mrs Walker Reid of Mt Sterling were the guests last week ol Ur and Mrs D M Chenault on Lan caster Avenue Miss Belle Snowden daughter in Dr Snowden of Kirksville Is visitIng friends in this city and countyWIn chester SunSenttael MrsJoe S Gardner of Irvine was in the city the other day en route to Valley View to joli hertusband who is temporarily fitkWdrftsd tker t MY and Mrs R K Stone and Miss Bessie White have returned from Dan yule where they attended the funeral of their sister Mrs W H Tutt Misses Bessie and AnnieRiddle were In the city last Saturday enroute to their home at Irvine after a winters sojourn In Denver Colorado Mrs J Eo Baldwin and Mrs W CI Biggerstaff are at the bedside of their sister Mrs M A Biggerstaff at St Anthonys hospital in Louisville Ms TrAvis Dunn accompanied by Miss Lillle May Crowe are visiting the formers parents Mr and MrsW C BlggerstafT at Richmond Valley View Argent Miss Helen Bennett one of the most popular young ladles In this citywill sail on 26th of this month for England he expects to spend the summer in cotlaud Ireland and Wales Miss Carlisle Walker is in Hunts ville Alabama where she will be iiridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Allen Patton and Lieutenant Walker if the United States Army which will take place on the 18th Mrs Stanley Prewltt who resides near Lexington and who is quite wAll known here entertained last evening with an elegant rt cept ion Mrs D M Chenault and Mrs A K McCowan of this city were among the guests Mr Norman Walker and bride of South Carolina were guests last week of Mr and Mrs and Mrs S A Death rage near Nftcbyalso of Mr and tilt JJ Embry They were enroute to St Louis on their wedding trip Mr Parker Aims the genial night clerk at the Glyndon Hotel is in the city where be Id undergoing treatment nd at the same time taking a needed rest His place at the hotel is being filled by Mr P F Adams Jr during absenceMr Cosby the popular first ecIetaryof Senator McCrearywho has won a high place for himself in he estimation of his Washington as sociates will pend a part of the summer in Webster county Washing ton Cor CourinrJurnal Rev Eugene tellwho has been a oilssion ry In Korea for several years- c me through Lexington last night on the C O train on the way to Nor folk Virginia where he will be married to Miss Margaret Bull of that Ity Mr Bells family live In Shelby ville Kyand he and his bride will so tnere to visit until the latter part of the summer when they will leave for Korea andtobe will assist him in tie missionary work At the depot- Ir Ifrll was heard to express his en lire sympathy with the Japanese In their war with the RussiansLexing i n Leader Rev Gilbert Glass delivered his nswell sermon to a lagrc audience at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Every church in town dispensed with Its regular Sunday night ervice as a mart of courtesy to the vounsi minuter who has labored so eirnesMy and faithfully amongour ople for this p ut two years RV lass spoke f clingly of the friends lie had made tn Glasgow and said ho left here with nothing but the kindest feelings for everybody lie will re main in Glasgow until after the State Convention of the Christian Endeavor la 68 when he will leave for his ew field of liiboi at Stanford Ky Jlasgow limes Senator McCreary returned to Ken tucky the first of the week after having established himself warmly in the hearts of the public and his new colleagues of the Senate The Governors unfailing courtesy and kindness in his ollicial life are among the many pleasant things iu which he has won a recorlla record in which his charming wife shares Slice one cannot have too munh of a good thing its a IIrelty coincidence that there are two ongrecionsl ladies wiih the saute signature Katherine H McCrearyand close fiiends into the bargain one being the Senators wife the other the wife of Representative George D Mc Creary of Pennsylvania Washing ton Cor CourierJournal Mr Clarence E Woods assistant secretary to Senator McCreary before returning to his home in Richmond made a visit to Washington and Lee Universityat Lexington Va in order 0 inspect there the chapter of the 5gma Nu Fraternity of which organ izition ho is the grand recorder Mr Voods is efficient and enthusiastic in nls fraternity work as he Is in what ever he undertakes He has recently established a Sigma Nu Chapter at the University IIf Pennsylvania At the installation of the fiftieth Chapter Sigma Nu at the Chicago University a short time ego Mr Woods was appointed chief speaker at the banquet Be is editor of tho Delta the brilliant organ of the Sigma Nu published at Frankfort his long and successful editorial career at Richmond well quali fying him for the work Mrs Daisy Fitzhugh Ay res Washington Letter in CourierJournal Fresh mixed sweet pickles and plain sour at Frasa Bros opposite Glyndon Hotel Thonaans Dream I went to church one night and heard a preacher speak of high morals anti Christian diameter I went lioineetudy tog as I wont what lie meant hy high morals and Cl ristian character 1 re tired still Ntudyinirand falling to sleep I dreamed went to heaven As soon 58 I arrived in tho Temple in front of ice was the White Tlirmie of Goo above which weie written these words Hieb Moral and a Christian Charac er When I entered the gate kt1 Peter slipped III and said Where are vou torn I replied From Kich mond Ky About that tim a ve t tapped me on thn shouluer saying Hurrv and uet through you call go hack in the same me I saH I did not come here to go hack In the same boat with you He said The laws will not permit you to stay here von were in the Hide Business at Richmond Ky How about that St Peter Is there law governing hide dealers thai does IOiallow them to become Christian renUI1I II1 Welt replied St Peter there is no sucb 1arecordbutwahavo not hAd a rom t of Frankfort Kvuroatthe LefrslB rtvn an old maid from About that fi Richmond stuck h pad ovrhe ftSIand said Hq is gtot1opular adiesin Richmond lie i small in statureWell said Mr Peter 1 itI look clal laillies1fiioN III itii 1 1w p 4qers r- V Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe and very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has our I formula and will explain When years old for many month no one thought I could llie betmmeof thin blood hut In a few weeks Ajrer Baruipartlla com aUbIVlnelnd N J 8100 a bottle J AYER well AlItlmnhtfor The Children =illlousnessco nstlpatlon prevent recovery Cure these with Ayers Pill- srr h his siz or for not being popular with the ladles of yoar town Just then a merchant stepped up and said Mr Peter that man bought ol- dirn in Richmond and should not be permitted to stay he pay for it asked Mr Peter Yes said the merchant Well I cant find any Dvine law making it a crime or eVlm a misde meanor to Juy old fronif you pay for it replied Mr Peter Another merchant steps up anti says He old goods so cIiet p the oihei mer fhnnts could not make any money Well did he pay for his goods oiipnfioned Peter Yes replied the merchant Well aid Mr Peter there itrp no IWH here oMitoinoinR a man for 0at io lonjr as hw pays his bills Yon win tave to put that case before the lejjiH lature at Frankfort tint eay Mr Peter this man IThur man is a Republican said the were chan The iaws up here are applicable to Uupuhlican and Democrats Alike also Populists and Prohibitionist coolly remarked W r Peter Well but he was stingy said UIPffhRllt tillI I dont see any account of it io was if man has a perfect right ke care of what he makes if he can replied Mr Peter Well Mrs So and So said he em her in weight on some sugar said the merchant hI dont see any charge to that ef fct replied Mr Peter Call Mrs SoandSo She is not here Mr Peter She was sent back to hades yesterday for Ivinn responded the merchant Well said Mr Peter we liavo no proof of liar being cheated I there ally other charge against the defend ant Yes said the merchant What is it now asked Mr Peter Vhy he Is no member of the church He is a worldly winner quoth themerchantAre of that questioned Mr Peter Yes replied the gent from IUchl uioid Well I see here where he was hap tized into the Raptist church in DUI rule Ky in 1888 by Rev T P Ha quoth Mr Peter Well said the Gent the Riiht mnnd people did not know anything jihout it anti if the Christian ladies tilciimond had known that they would have beau morn cuolIIul with him nit it looked like nobody couid tell xnvthing about Tharman AH he t lkeel about was business and that dont unit Richmond people women especially Well does that conclude the testi niony for the Commonwealth against Thnrmnn asked St Peter Yes replied the Commonwealth Very well said St Peter closing his hook Just one other question Mr Peter Slid the Commonwealth Suppose the KidieK from Richmond dont want to associate with the defendant That will be all right Mr SoandSo said St Jeter There will be lots nl Indies here from other towns as good looking as they are from Richmond who are more congenial alllfIt so par ticular You can g now Mr Soandto- on hack to torment or Richmond which ever von like the best Take hurmans boat alone with you He can stay here in heaven until he wakes nn and that was not iongf Jor about that time the breakfast bell rang and I woke up SICK E Deatherage ltays the highest price for wool If Shackelford Co sell the fHinniif Tavecka fertilizer from 1000 to GOO per tOil 18alf For tent Our large anti commodious store room 18x100 feet No 208 south side Main street This is one of the best located best lighted and handsomest storeroom in the city Suitable for almost any rind of business Call on or ad dress JOllY G TAYLOK SONS Richmond Kentucky Telephone No 292 Lost Between my residence and the First Presbyterian church on last Sunday a pearl pin with enameled leaves 2t Mrs G W Gates See E Deatherage before selling our wool tf ipring Styles Miss Emma Golden is again agent fur Charles A Stevcds of Chicago and ladies wishing the correct styles in prinK suits will do well to call qn her The spring outfit is more elaborate than over before Every style is new and different from any of last year She ran also furnish underwear corsets tnd hosiery He sure to call on Miss Golden nnd let her furnish you with neuperb and stylish spring suit Pri cell are reasonableMiss Emma Golden Hobion Bldg Richmond Ky IGmtf Shingles For Sale I have a lot of mill shingles for sale If Jeff Ntone We act as ExecutorAdmr GuardianAssignee Trustee AgentCommittee Etc yourBusiness In these lines StateBank Trust Co c I tIi j r Protects the System Against Catarrh Hyomel Prevents Colds and Cures i Gripand Catarrh Money Hick if it Fails 1 An ounce of prevention is worth a nnuncl of cure A few breaths of Hy nniei through thA neat pocket Inhaler that corner with every outfit will cli rk a cold or the grip at the start and prevent Kerlous and IhRtincr illnpgp- In all catarrhaJ troubles and diseases 4 if the flirpas8fl5 Hvomei hall a pos itivn notion not possessed by shy other- inedjcitieor treatment It is pleasant mutt convenient to use simply put 20 drops of Hvomei in tho inhaler and irentbe it a few minutes four times R lay In this way everjupartfole of air bat enters nit lungs in charged with a iiealia inlant that tills al catatrhal jf ims soothes and allays the irritated mncittis membrane vitali7es tho blood with ozone and inivkes a pernianmil and complete cure A Hvomei outfit coHteonly SI and ontjiins an inhaior medfcine dropper and bottle of Hyotnei The inhaler lasts n hfptlme antI when more Rye mei is needed extra bottles can be oh laine l for 60c B L Middeltoii will givn his personal guarantee with every Hvnmei outfit and will rotund the money if it tines not cure lm We have never nhown n larger stock of OarrjallH Hurries Uniains unit runs bonts tbmi w now heave display ill our show room Jovlrl city you to ex amine thom hefan buying Wo iiNo ilo repairing and pjoinim in host tint tiers at nir derate pncc Tue p t riih wr tire applyed UHf nimiantetxl fur one year Call and see us Richmond Carrias Work tf S I MidkifT Prop Strayed From my place near the Madison bounty Stock Yards a black yearling steer with horns RewardJoe IGmtf Richmond Ky The highest market cash price will be paid for wont by Covington Arnold fc Rro Take them your wool20atC Waii PaperGeo Paints Shackelford Co sell the genuine walking cultivator and the Pig er riding cultivator the and lire harrows We gnatautee satisfaction 13atf Commissioners Notice to Creditors CIRCUIT COURT x JIJ Roberts Admr Pltf 0agaltistlichen K Pordo Did All persons having claims the es 0tate of Mary J Robert are notified to file same legally verified with the undersigned 0Ufl or before the 1st day of August or same will be barred SUTIIORPFMCMOC- Master Commissioners Notice to 0Madkon Circuit Court Laura Smith c Pie against Will Qniaenbery Dft All persons having claim against the estate of Fiorina Quisenberry are hereby notified to file same legally rifled with thv undersigned on or berore he 15th day of June 19 4 or same will be barred 8 H THORPE Master Commissioner M C C 71 Oddities Predominate This Year There have been times when it as if all papers looked alike bu that certainly the this year Wo have many different styles that there very little likelihood no what you select that anyone of your nelgbIbors wilL select Oils Etc Brown Tiger tornado MADISON hereby Dmmi iQn r S alB Roberts Admr FlU ajiiist Helen M Defts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of Jl1dlfmot ulld Order of of the Madison rendered at the April Term theref in the above style cause the undersigned trill on Saturday May 2it04 at the hour of oclock m on the premises in Richmond Madison county K proceed expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described viz A Lot- or parcel offrronnd situated III the oily of Biehmond Madison county Ky and being the same property owned by Bl Roberts at dat of her death and located at corner of Irvine and First streats opposite Court House square Upon said lot is situated good TwoStory Brick House threEIother business property Said property will surveyed before day of sale and sold accord ing to said survey TERMS Hale will marie on credit ot six and twelve months The will be re iecurityforhave the force and effect of Judgment bear lOA legal interest from day of sale with Lien reserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paidS H THORPE Master Commissioner M C C Dress F W 7IF 7I7I F7F7r 0 71 Rice and Arnold 47 Nobby in Negligee ShIrts Soft and Stiff Hats of all kinds 7 THE ONE PRICE HOUSE ft M i1t V ti M 1t S ijij ij 7 i 4 ij 7 seemed t not case so radically matter a style M Window Picture Frames Master Creditors v MJ c Sate 2 p t property Certain I a be be a a a and Hats t4 M l t is is Shades HEMPS TEAD Hempstead will make the season of 1904 at EH ndale Stock Farm Rich mond Ky at OO 30T a Sttt Cot Hompstfad was sired by young Jim 2009 First dam Margery Daw by Lumps second dam Nelly by Mew brino third dam Flora by Parsons Abdallab Hempstead is a blood bay and is perfect in gait and action and is an nbred George Wilkes Arthur At the same time and place King Aithur will make the season of 1901 at 1500 For a Living Colt King Arthur is a sorrel nUillion hy Haxhall dam Alice Wilson by Ja cinto As a twoyearold King Ar thur was not defeated in the State in the harness ring Money due when mare loaves the hands of the original ownoror bred to another norse Lien retained on colts until service fee Is paid Due dill geuce will he exer ised in care of mares but will not be responsible for accidents or escapesiJNO R GIBSON Richmond Ky Oovinutnn Arnold Urn will pay the highest market cash price for wool 20atf Reduced Rates Via The 1 5 A On account of meeting of Grind Com manderv Knights Tempbir Conclave at Frankfort Ky May 18th and 19th the L A R R will Ml rnnnltrip tickets from Irvine Richmond OJn1 Valley View to Frankfort at raid of onefirst das fare iIiie 25ct on Mv 16th 17th and 18th good for return May 21st R A Wool urn tf Sollcitini Agent Eggs For Hatching from highbred Barred Plymouth Rocks will he sold hy me at 50e per setting ot 15 Eggs now ready Mrs E P Hnnton 13alm Union City Kv n J L = J8 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Great Clearance Sale of Entire Suit Stock at OneHalf t 0Regular Price A marvelous opportunity that Suit Wearers cannot afford to miss Tf you have not bought you suit you save OneHalf Everyone in Lexington is familiar with the high Standard of our Garment Sto k and when we offer such reductions as this you know just what to expect for your money We do all that we promise su 93 for regular 20 00 Suits 13 50 for regular S25 00 Suits S1875 for regular 35 00 Suits 22 50 for regular 540 00 Suits Colored Fabrics At a saving of 33 13 percent The la test novelties are shown in abundance but priced fully onethird less than usual Sllksand wodl Crepes at 98q A charming material of light texture and is very freelv sold at 1 25 Mo haird Scotch Mixtures all shades 39 and49o per yard J Sensational Sale of White Goods 1 that usually soul for 25 and SOcat loc Immense saving In Black Dry Goods every piece is an uptodate high grade weave that formerly sold for a third more than we offer them this week Take advantage while the stock is complete l18 and 20 N Upper Ky i t r The Leading t +4 OF RICHMOND Headquarters for A Shoes and Slippers Of All j 1 tThe New things King J Lexington Kinds Straw See Our Show VindowsI Rice and Arnold Willging WATSON Watson Shoe Firm S S SS SS S S S Sz CLOTHES l 2 iZ sss Z7 THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods II t We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings 0 Give us a call we can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS tV 4 7Jm 7WZ 7 7t 1R7ff + Richmond+ GREEN HOU fJ E P tl te + Phone 188 k Geraniums CarnationsK1C Roses Heliotropes Ferns r jj c Asparagus etc y I 7W Give us tLa call Prices Reasonable + A If ALBERTI Dont J RIsk Life J and family by using thtj deadly gasoline stove in oj your JThatAwful Smell and the discomfort of kee in I Jdemn tJJtal l stoves only because they are unsafe i Detroit Jewell Gas Range C A and cooking by GisARE SAFE aS wlaseconomical cleanly laborsaving St thetGas Company Do it n iw i icAmond Water if 4t eo W N d rr