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IVi L itiI i 1 fltIII JTiE I RICHMOND y gIMAX2Ja TTezjVOLUME 31J i RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1t= r = PHONE 80 U E C WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FNr4 j 67Im a Highest f1L y Y- f17I 7I 7f 71 71 Lackey j andilr c r l Hamilton Very lowest Hustling Cash Store yk Youhvt advantage of getting the mosti + the best for the price 222 2 2 2 = ==y q We are ready showing of New Spring 9 w Goods in every line 0 W 7fto eZ J2 J22 2 4I ri The latest thugs in Dress Goods Novelty Suitings or Plain and Fancy Waist X ings Ginghams Percales + etc all grades and prices + We are already showing some very beautiful Lawns for the coming sea on at prices from 5 per yard up f Large line of the newest things in Trimming Braid and Medallions Em f hroideries liibboris and 4t Laces at all prices from Ic iper yd up X We have just received our New Spring Hosiery The I hest values to he ha1ill ladies Misses and child rens plain fancy ribbed lace and stripped Hosiery + at 81 1012i 15 20 25e If Want or beard Use mconOuTJlDJ lines and telephones this Company almost anywhero in Southern Kentucky Tennessee Louisiana We put you In and satisfactory the the We reasonable facilities unsurpassed Xv 71 Ill t The habit of buying good goods is cultivated by trading at wtthour R Our Carpet and Lace Cur I tain Department is rimming with bargains Carpets 15c per yd and Matting 10candnRugs 98c 125 SJ50 Cottage Poles complete for cts The line of Trunks Suit- Cases Telescopes and Valises shown in the city 190 and a nice Suit Case at 125 Tele scopes and Valises prices jWe have secured some of the best fvutovy lines to had 1 Style the latest quality the highest wear satisfactory nrioR nlwavs the lowest Our FAMOUS TILT shoes vfor men at S35O to So e the best 1ii in the Try bone Limd you will always wear youths is immense Our prices will surprise you of wearing materials at SLOS Better goods at just as ij- f Suits made to and guaranteed 1Our prices are the very Iwest that can be made on all t- dfJ qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a look A look means the purchase of a bargain for you Ltt Our Motto Please Very Respectfully t tLACKEY AND HA llTON t i 7r1 i Theres Room For Success In the Great Southwest have you over coniioVred thq jfrrjtyjt a1Yln1Jfouf 1Iblllfoauirn tIp Sniitbwp411entv e1how room whhrt three lIv ovn rn acres mny he T smiQ11PIttjii Worth of iltKhHid islaKen account 1ra Jl1JHtjiiriff frl1 station Thorn is no Iwt tiiagr1u ISfo tini ti I n ig u n ry and ltV ipup 0 IIltreiP rkanss ff161a SIrnp1ytitUSO tnrre are Qk1ahland mnriuirs imiSnn alTiiril to ij ity IIf thin I nllP illn tratil hooHuts will JOj thuIMrtitJltirp in detal If uot Jniflrastc J jIiv iYrit frt jmltnv Y ithatfJ rtillth1Js or Mention This Paper iI ONE FARE the RrniiidtFirtfld Third Tuesdays of- e Cml SebastiiiP11j l H 1vl Gu e = 4JohnPass TrafMgiDist PassAgfa OhioikvLAyers Pills your moustache a eautiful brown or rlcliblacR 11 mild in nm i P Long of you to talk Illinois and can quick with of this great of solicit your patro ag Rates a d the up up pairC c 10 up 7 all i W- It1 of he m city them sPrinsUUUllllgM and Mens suits made rea order fit is o L had at into th Oir t Sugarcoated easyrotake action constipation biliousness sickheadache iocMpH BUGKINSNAHS DY cn11 1FEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY distance enable Southern Indiana Mississippi communication people section country Equipments I J MLi cAWL 1s wJl e ih1Ll Iaflrl j C 3 ltg Pirces largest Trunks 24ineh SHOES nobby prices sonable farmss Startling Evidence FVenli testimony in urent quantity co stawly coming In declaring Dr vine Now liiecovpry for nuuipiimi rionuhg ntxl Colds to btt uncqualed A receit emission frum T 0 McPm land Reniorvillf Va servps an fX 4m piP lIP writes 1 had BronrhiH rr tIre yrare and doctored nil tho time without hninu b npfirpd Thf n hpjran tnkinsr Dr Kinds Nw Disiov ery and n rw btl8 wholly PIIIPI me Equally fif tivp in nirint Line and Thriwt troubles CoFlinl- pPnuijniaWn find Grip Gunrsi til Ity R C FiIOpklolltlrn2III Trial bottler fffi regular Bjzef 50c and 1m Madison Circuit Court nettio H Irvines Admr PJIT jNoTIcnUcttio Dfts By ordr ofjhe Court in the above casoit hRS Hcen nforrqil to me to ascertain arid report the dobts and lainisupaingt Bottle H Irvi e de CoaSt il andttfl ascertain what property real and personal she owned lither death where sitnaed and ir- whosopossoss1oiJt Is tnd tho value thereof j AH debts Vo produced proved and verified bfore mll ns required by low hy the iHtnf Jiilv not will l o barred I will have my sitting for the above purpose at my oftlc in the court house in Richmond Kv until said 1st of July next i am directed by said order nf Court in make InV re pnrt as to said mutters referred to at Us next October terra S H THORPE Master Com May 16 1904 18my4t The Calvert MISS WILLIE K HOOKER rnopmETltE Rates 100 per Day Speinal Rates to J4trge Parties 3G41 FINNEY AVENUE J ST LOUISMO u Say i I in GOOD Alit FOR BABES INFANTS SLEEP ON TOP OF SKYSCRAPERS TO AID HEALTH Latest Treatment Advocated for Both Strong and Weak Proves Popular in Aristocratic Section of BostOn Putting baby to sleep in a box on top of the flat roof of a modern skyscraping apartment house 6r In an iron balcony far above the sidewalk or even in the broad window seat of an upper story is the newest method of fresh air train- Ing which is developing among the wealthy and aristocratic Boston families of SackBay and Brookline The treatment became so popularthat along almost any street in the exclusive section of the city one may look up to the upper stories of houses especially apart menthouses and outside the window Is a box which in the poorer quarter of the city would be taken for a window gar den And so it is but it is a garden for the little buds of the family The method begun when the baby Is riot more than two or three months old may be continued until the child is five or six years old or as long as the cus upItchildren but for strong babies as well Advocates of the method point out sevIeral advantages For the child fresh air instead of the vitiated air of toiadvantage over a carriage ride in that it avoids the noise and dust of the street as well as contact with other children posstbllltyIFor the mother or nurse it means a duringIlone gets the mother or nurse riousIor recreation notwithstandIngthe days when babies were not placed In their accustomed sleeplrtr places on the window sill or on the roof thebabywraps up her pappoose Then It Is laid on a hair mattress In a box or basket strapped securely to thebox and covered with blankets AMERICAN DISH CAUSES STIR Effort of Restaurant Keeper in London to Introduce Broiled Live Lob sters Bouses Humanitarians ofLondonIntroduce to the British public a deli cacy few of them know or had heard of placed a bill in his window announcing that broiled live lobsters may be obtained within Among the first to notice it was the editor of the Animals Friend who hastened to con tribute the terrible news to the world through the medium of the Times He says In his letter Not having heard of this barbarity before rind thinking faneytitletered and asked the manager The humane editor finding the lobsters really were broiled adds Un der the wild animals in captivity act which can protect frogs and fish from overcrowding In tanks this wanton barbarity Is Illegal and should be stopped at once This moving epistle stirred parliaments machinery and as questions were asked in the commons of the home secretary he sent two of his myrmidons to Investigate tne mystery of this strange dish The result of the Investigation wai that live broiled lobser may be added to the British bill of fare GIRL COMES BACK TO LIFE Daughter of Ohio Farmer Revives as Undertaker Is About to Begin Work of Embalming One of the most remarkable cases ever brought to the attention of the offi dais of Putnam county 0 has been reported According to the eyewit nesses who made the presentation of facts a young woman apparently died recently and after several days returned to life- Arrangements had been made for the funeral aftera reputable physician had signed the certificate of death and a permit to bury the girls body In the family burying ground was issued A minister was engaged to conduct the funeral service An undertaker had arrived to prepare the body for the shroud When he was about to begin the work efenbalming the supposed corpse he was astonished to observe unmistakable signs of life In the young woman The lips became moist the cheeks that bore the pallor of death began to color with the blush of returning animation and the fingers twitched The undertaker stood back dazed and aghast but soon recovered sufficiently to notify the mem bers of the family who rushed Into the room to verify his story that the girl still lived Has Cause for Regret Russia perhaps may wish that it had taken a Job lot of arbitration says the Chicago Daily News when The Hague was offering it at reduced rates Hard to Tell It costs 20 to get into all tie shows on the Pike at St Louis No man has as yet been willing to tell how much It costs to get out Four handsome wdl located lots 50 x 180 feet cheap on Installment ulaii Also two lots In a stone throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply tpt 0 L P Evans Slate Bank Trust Co Blg Notice to Creditors All ptrtles baying claims against the estate l11eJbfbUrr2m w HtTNLEV Admr Driyea to Desperation Living in an onto thE farnifYoftendrhen WnnitdsUlcerjeCs Arnica Salve lt8Uhe best W earth r35e M CL Jtoefciwi tk- stoM JB r k trf J Kentucky Intelligence IN A SAD PLIGHT Jockey Minders Mind Gone as a Result of a Fall Txulsvllle Ky May 25 Jockey Minder who was Injured by a fall or Rathskeller In the fifth race on the seventh day of the recent meeting at Churchill Downs on May 19 is at Norton Infirmary perfectly well in body but in mind a child His memory Is completely gone as the result of the accident and he Is a boy of again instead of a youth of 20 He will be taken to his home at Brooklyn Wednesday and It Is believed that in time his recollection of events may be restored and he may become a man again instead of a 6yearold as he is at present Now he wants toys and has to bol given a nickel to him to take his medicinej He Will Appoint a Judge to Try the Breathitt County Cases Cynthlana Ky May 25 Circuit Clerk Robinson Tuesday issued a cer tificate that Judge Fryer had refused to try the Breahitt county cases Gov Beckham will appoint a special judge Sheriff Ed CallahanandJ rige B F French are here to stand trTarUbfal leged subornation of perjury Senator Alexander Hargis who is also here is on the bond of Callahan and French The cases against Tlckey Jim Black for alleged perjury will probably be tried at this term of court While those of Adams and Bowling will probably be postponed BODY REDUCED TO A PULP Despondent Man Hurls Himself From the Tenth Story Louisville Ky May 25Despon dent because of business troubles Julian W Courts Tuesday hurled him self from the tenth story of the Co lurabia building His body was reduced to a pulp on the pavement below Courts was employed as a claim clerk for the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad He was the son of C Nina Courts a RiiBsellvllIe Ky hanker The act was witnessed by several passersby Threats of Violence Made Owensboro Ky May 25Rev W W Armour who killed his son at Sac ramento was arraigned in examining trial at Calhoun Tuesday mroning The prisoner waived examination More people were in Calhoun than have been in ten years Threats of violence were so bitter that the court ordered the prisoner sent here for safekeeping Lost Three Children In One Week Central City Ky May 25Mr and Mrs William Casslday have lost three of their children in one week from spinal meningitis They had Just returned from the funeml of the second one to find the third one dead on Sun day They have three children left one of whom is sufferingirom the dls ease Storm In Mt Sterling ML Sterling Ky May 25Great damage to farm property was done in this county by a terrific wind hail and rain storm The residence of Robert C Gatcwood was damaged by lightning The bail ruined a number of tobacco beds killing calves pigs and lambs Druggists Are Worried Newport Ky May 25The secret crusade of revenue agents against New port druggists who have not paid government license for retailing liquor has caused the knights of the mortar and pestle much worry At least a dozen have been found remiss Guardian Baileys Fee Frankfort Ky May 26The case of Anna Staggenberg vs S C Bailey etc from Newport was reversed by the court of appeals the court holding that 50 was a sufficient attorney fee for S C Bailey who acted as guardian ad litem for an infant heir The Kentucky G A R Encampment Frankfort Ky May 25Tho annual state encampment of the Kentucky G A R will meet hero Wednesday The three candidates for state commander are T W Bousmlth of Bellevue R B Headbon of Covington and Jacob Sel- bert of Louisville Catholic Knights and Ladles Louisville Ky May 25The na tional convention of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America s called to order In Louisville Tuesday Over 200 delegates represcntlngHlie 101X10 members o th jordcr are 1n tendance IExpress Property Taxable Frankfort Ky May 25The court of appeals in the case of commonwealth vs Adams Express Co from Mason county decided that the frh chise of the express company was fhx able In the counties where it did Wislr ness IThe Speed Will Case Ky May 5The court upheld the validity of the will of Mrs Fanny Speed of Lou Isvllle who devised 250QO to the board of education of the gletbodist church 250000 to her relatives IKentucky Pioneer Dies May 25John H Bid die 97 an old settler of Long Fork creek died Monday night after being an invalid 40 years Can on S K Rack for Surveying Heal Estate indUil Insurance 9ra2ni Worst of all Experiences Cat anything he worse than to feel that every miiinie will be your last SoNewlIQnH she writeBjlkl endured insufferable 1ar i Igostioti stomach And bowel frpablM Death seemed inevita tryEoitrierniracnlnrtg I improved at once and low Im completely recovered For Wver Kfilney Stomach and Bowel troubles Bittern is the only jtoaranteedhirapresefltll1aylor8tou Parties rCQptatnpIatlnsr vislHa lie Otr ltaltw uItli It totheir M valitkge to adylse Vth liar She3BCUHJ tliera rates as acudistis4atios- mheW1stl private h ns rJIWlt j I GQMT3NUE fleshandwithScotts Emulsion treatmentIand a little cool milk with It will do wIth any objection whIch Isattaohedtofatty pros ducts heatedseason Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists YorkaA SHEPHERD OF MEN WONDERFUL PULPIT SUCCESS OF A HUMBLE FRENCHMAN lIearIIInFranceahumbleyears ago He left his flocks of sheep to preach the gospel to the lowly people of France and now the good shepherd may not even count his flocks of men for they number up in the hundreds of thousands Every wlierein aH France he Is welcomed His byhighmasses He prefers to live the modest life of a poor peasant and seems to be endowed with an insatiable taste fori workThis simple preacher of the gospel has never been known to decline an invitation to speak He travels far and wide pilgrimIagesmonarch Besides tie thousands to whomhehas preached In 40 years from the pulpit ho has reached other thousands through the medium of his book Simple Life This has spread all over the and been translated into continentI guagesAmong the ters concerning the volume is one from inclosinghisbooks to my cour trymen The noted clfgyman preaches In a simple lIttc ball in the St Antoine quar ter near t Piere De La Baitilebutre celves frequent calls from large provin cial towns In France and not Infrequently he Is summoned to Switzerland preachIsdreds of people ate turned away every Sunday He makes an annual pilgrimage to Geneva for the teaching of his doctrines and the people all but worship him He counts among his friends and admirers many distinguished Americans among them evGov LevI P Morton and John Wanamaker NEW GUN IS CONVENIENT King Edward Shows Much Interest In Epnld Fire Weapon of Danish Regiment King Edward of Great Britain was greatly Interested in the new machine gun which was shown him at Copenhagen on the occasion of his recent inspec tion of the Royal Danish Hussar regiment of which his majesty Is honorary colonel A company armed with this gun is attached to this regiment The principal features of this machine gun are that Its light weight and con venient fon make It specially suitable for use witb cavalry and Infantry A man can rislly carry It and 2iO cartr- Idges Te rate of fire can bo regu lated by the marksman up to 15 shots per second Better results can be obtained with this than with the ordinary machine gin when firing at a mark because It ic served In the same way as a rifle and tvs movement of the mark can be more rerdlly followed The gun nn be taken either on foot or on horse wherever Infantry or cavalry can go ant it Is very quickly brought Into action The enemy cannot discover whether U Ir opponents are armed with these weapris till theshooting with them begins It Is very easy with these guns to cover a broad target and also to follow the enemy with the fire when he Is ad vancing or retiring and to change the direction of fire suddenly to another point in ce the enemy appears in a dif ferent dIrectionIHEARS SERMON GIVES UP Fugitive from Chicago Justice Moved to Surrender While in Hid ing in Texas Fred A Beach formerly of Chicago orjecio y of Dallas Tex under the tindiofGco1e A Collins and i1 ir reozfycQrthr2cent- a v r u O n ontesjt9 r e up asthu tsofu emoti beard He iedareWeMs wmjnfcJd gD- bok i to Ciicago and taLe his punish Kr nt According to the signed confession Bench was r raploycd by the Boston store in Chicago u head bookkeeper He says his downfall was due to gambling He realized that a shortage would be discovered when the books were audited at the end of the year and when he was sent with a check for 10000 to the bank to be cashed he fled after securing the went to Elgin Ill Atchison Kan and Denver Col and then to Tex as He stopped in Fort Worth Houston and Galveston From the latter place he went to Key West and then to Cuba He returned to Dallas and en gaged In the cqffte busIness InNl rth Er vaT street He was unsuccessful Sev eral onUagl he married Miss Ethel Miller of ralias She Is living In retirement with her parents Cant Desist The historians are beginning to write about Napoleon again Teec Chicago RecordHe aid remarks that they never find it posble to let up for more than a few months at alime 37 One Who Has Tri d Zany A cording to recentinvestigations says the Chicago Tribune there are 44000 Hotels in the United States mostly bad Thorwuavor was fcreatness without gratitude Tn iora dog meat is in gret req i gtIJt i ifOIODS 1I lfgowRR will i Pt WIt Iii It bit one vsMwrltLiec1 k 111i pt Gl- yntiaF h a I V M 4 Theyre ready the moment theyre Beettai tlMyr faalitoaufclu 1a a ful stvaittr that a young rain IIkfH of all the are not COM Ijr of th Snappiest Spring Styles are WMeially deai for jommg n larly those want to be uptetfae ia te m style price rsag I Starts I At Our Newdtyle Hats Entire Basement Yotiiig Maul Drcsij Sfl- aI1owi c IZOO Halves sHnav eM r Va are showing a ww line of Belte HMM BaR BMItMMHl all kfcM fill lIftlooking out nt the ordinary TON eMI it MT atflrk 4 mmK ml i Ladle ReAdrio ejIItIt m cheek toll f nw M wrf ffttato Taliw Waists lease skirts and Walkin sit few mrtn W ii oiI it t these gnrniHHt for yon up to d hw ss r material oasis you not made GM or Mb priew ll MMly t wear Try a Pair of oursLa Lacfes Slices They are causing maay eommonle among tbo iMbtoaaMo w r i pp France Shoes in any style 9R 00 yribtheI the and save money OB every pankniii Our and we have you want D ollp sad bmt ft The INI4 lINt Our mHH Tail Silk Ilk bay who best M CiiuJIJIlWo Our Latlfea WaWne MoAm m die baLauy iII ni sew 1Itwre j tvn and Ihoyall feel very at home wfcfc th lwa Ie =pleasant and obliging clerks will JItIIt yar wits a plrss nun vs7 iseaaIs1 W D OLDHAM e neat Barpdas We leave two haw made bsigIei costing 135 each which will BOW be offered at 60 each This Is aa opportunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works SOffltf Mldklff Prop Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make 5tonffer Mahler That Throbbifig Headache WbuM quickly Ieav iou li you used Dr Kings Life Pills TlHHwanls of HuiT rers proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous heed achcB They make pure blood and up your health Only 35 seats money hack if not cured SoW by It C Stockton Druggist A light Heart make a lighthouse a darkworld I W Ciajranl Outfitters to Parkier Th ed b- ya ec i- r5ObVlnirtJw The who asw 0 puss = something War Silk made rftt styI1IresIy France get what New have linilil dsvSssl murr tho mrmm isak wteh to se stay M S L S jig Hill Coal i 0RLANDQ- it ODeh w TI Slppc d Tfl c4 Il JT AInLter ++ ++ +t+ ++ +++ +It Guaranteed to last all Digb Il ordinary gtate WIthout any attendoa Co t tELDERS I BARGIN STORE = II- ar 9 Weather Sugts- 1 s Iit Iib I T JIll p t r f4lt 1MlJ= = = zz Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and cqttnterH ftesi ed iiiffb wi Lrl choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in jvgreat rlety ofHaityIeis in plaid Vj checks and stripes at special price ifeivyhtOAOfe Corded Madras the most suitable materiaWor ShWtitd Shirt Waist regular 12ic grade lOc 5 We are showing a beautiful liniEIawnsDimities otd ia iIi colors 5c up Knicker Voile Suitings all thEts fi s cheap at Socs ant price 15 Jacoi Vole Suitings 20c Kni keriZ r Voile new 8htifleeJx Varignti Voile seven shades to select from12fc India r t =Bos and Girls Staek1ijsipeialn40 dozen boys nil trig Iti BlwOt fOfcbfM 4Utrpntt Stj Jugs hfch epliced heals and totajinddrttible knee a splendid wearing all4lfMI1 INitiaL MeoiiSt worth 25 at 15c pair 40 dojanrliicTcle Stockings the Iron wear kind 2lvtff ifeal Maee Sxt IWj double heAt and toes made of narvteaclo firm tread but elastic sixes 7 to 10 welib 36c at Ite per p Mattings 10 15 nndjSifc yard Carpets 12Jc to SI 25 yard See oar titwtic tflui Oil Cinch 28 to 7fc3 4 We are showing tn prettiest stock of Mens Suits at IOS to 10 ever SeM MlklmorHl YonlMXit ri ttots Knee itlk1 ki Men Shhts 25ctol Straw Hit ajht w8 lOg ajrteSJ Stock of NotionS CcflIkI e face Curtains a beaatifnl line to grlect ftfl r PoleS t sad complete liiea AX wtfodB 8 10 nm J5c New Stock Ladles Mi fcmiew CoiTwt Covers JI 4Sc P3nw 40cj O4K wf4Sc Skirts roc Ask to see them Ladiwi Wffiliss4Dress Skirt f1 a 876 Thayars jyi Tjt2Yl MILLINERY W wtrlw ftMBrt creations oi tho eMoa are ben M mast baiital styles RI1 to S3 88 IlamfUerfd e d t to rait all parsM ChlUIri Ir3tin rEPillow O fall w J 510 nnrl Hit al oHw Pletore Fr rfi 8oJct ln hli J UK Doao i29 34 31 Jj t r tQ I f 1ir Bldei y 1tV p Jt selIeeaj t t mI t I I I I 0 0 S IFf f f j fp3 Qrectest Selection 1 1 rOI r 1 ll S T Y L I S HZ eaeessaae e S S S S S S S S S S S S 0 S S p fS Is se4eee ee ee tS s s S H4O E S V ec- S S s sa I S SSS a ever shown in the city While we carry an elegant line of ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that E weraIl specialattention to our elegant line of New Spring hoes for ladies men and children You can make no 0 istake by looking our line over as it represents some of ne best shoemakers of the world and you will see our prices 00 are lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes os4 CRuTCHER TRIBBLE i l 0i 1f ain Street Richmond Kentucky p h Cs s 4s a t rSaeSsSa 9 ttt JVSSe a tGo 3SOSSSSOSSSSS5SSS SS QOOSS SeSSSS SQC TClimaxWDNPSIAT toPrinting Co tfl President VVEdUor Manager Y JUNK IWH RASSBSSOR Hied toironounce 8 P Asses or of Madlsuu ctlun it tbe Democratic CtI4lDlyI gowned Herald cf Harrods liuncrs thn paper in the fol guiijje so intern purate as to i us ami nnwarrantcd as u It says b fur as we have observed Biuliiiiniut Ciiiimx is the patter in this district that Hen to the level of inis- jirfseituliiMi It is beneath d4g3jILVOI a retwctnhtea j rsott to htich base 0Itonorahltt hightoned cane aid cuntleinan whsoesiodx in puliths as iiietw atlairs are ntiuve reo moh cause of this outburst on tho four neighbor wis this sitaU of fncta by the CLIMAX 4LJIe rfHirie l elTurt of a few nil of those pentleinnn tort lirow the tiction of the triit cuuinittef exposes the- eaktitia of h two candielatfll Im went lipfuro th inifiiitt w d i Mr Helm and submitted eir Hn ins t rn uinably to ie hv the action of that body1 mid avers and we accept It ithont a grain of silt that t even a shadow of r fefieKtateinents Moore in etil- lnprIHillclll ViliatiiiK the jmuressional 1 situ l does not j 4 u yitt of repudia jut it did state and now re a low friends of those gentle lid seek th overthrow the action e Committee and the IleralilV alt in the denunciation ftees action in calling a Con end of a Primary to nomi JidatH for Cngress in this Will the Herald deny this i not one of the few friends d to by the Climax re is our point of view Shortly the Drstrict Committee meeting Ihyvillu which decided upon a ution instead of a Primary as- ethid of selecting the nominee fIBwwerCol LEXINGTON K- Y1aand For real comfort ease and sutniner pleasure use the celebrated OL HICKORY CHAIRS ROCKERS SETTEES TAI3AI3SVSWCNGS E1CV They will last a liCe time in sunsliine Or rain GomforUi- ble atyiisli and apploRl ate for titeiioaswelI at exterior use Have a large and carefully stock to suovv you J- tBp Cot l ilVlege tS NJ 3Aowt V tl L LIXIlf ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot t TELEPHOND 425 thoIe nnveti was Col Mnores spokesman at h Sbolb vill District meeting At said An ilerson county committee mcoing the aiition of the Congressional Commit tex in calling convention was dob nounied itS undemocratic anti this autinn was given unusual prominence by the Hnrroilsburg pipers which presumed to spak for their candidate von though lie may not have enlors the insubordination of his Ander son county friHnllsrt hive not een in the Herald any condemnation of he Andnnjon county indignation meeting and it comes with bad grace from the Hfnild after the matter was prestntod in it true slgniliiincH to undertake to administer a robuke to tho Climax If the Herald is a demo oral it will privately if not publicly dots tho Climax did whenever a minority se ks to bolt or dictate to the majori ty As to tho HeraldV aspersions upon the integrity of the Climax we have nothing to say because this papur has not aohinvud 4s ps ttoirihrongh anT snoh channels and knows that thi people of Mud iMin would be the first M condemn and nni h miSrepresclil tation whcthnr political ther character Dcoritiou DayVEvery true oii mid daughter of the Oonfederary will assible at t hC come tery on Friility morning June third hat day hiving been set apart for tin piirK se of decorating the graves of thr rave niKii who wore the gray and who- give their lives for their beioved Southland The memory of there soliliers is rttill deal and on each KUC CHedini leioration day their KHVes are itrewn with flowars and appropriate rio11 are held On May 28th the Confederate Veterans met and per fected arrangement tor this approach int4tceratiuT day the time set bfimr 10 ollonk in the morning June 3rd rtie eoinmittef 10 arrange for platform is cotllioedof Messrs N B Deather Hge Irvttie Azblll David Chenault speakersJrCheiiauUCouuiiitten on Flowers Miss Kallit Walker Mrs Uiohiinl Pettux Mrs J P Jones Mrs Joe Kales Mig KJIIUIH laupiu SIrs Tlios Thorpe Mrs JHCt White Mi Joe Oldham Mrs S L tit luff Mrs Bettie Chenault Mis George Evans Jr Mrs C U Puttie leilnIlers tiIt bringitgf n decorating II raveg J f t 1J S otsfederat rs Vare requei e1Itj tat th at tell nch- i IikVmarch will he formed All sons neil danghterR and friends f he Confederacy are inviteil to parlie pateV PERSONAL Mr L P Adiims spent Sunday in Cincinnati v Mr Burton Dunn of Loxingtbh was here Sunday Miss JnlFa Higgins Jis visiting ia Danville this week MrsJE V Elder was in Louisville list week on businessV Mr J II Hasolilcn of Lexington spent Sunday In this city Mr Ira T ylor of Cincinnati was here several days last week Miss Mary Miller Is voting Miss Lizzie U nderaotl in LancasterV MTss Emma Hondren is visiting Miss Nellie Ilendren in Nicbolasvlllo Mrs Bettie Chenault is visiting tIll W 15 Oldham in Lexington Captain S F Rock has Teturned from a trtpto Beattjvllle and Irvine MissHattiHLetchor returned last week front a pleasant vlsit Iacoir- GlU 1 r Judge Ti JCpyle ofJackson e unt was 5a the city on Tuesd jof f fe week t Mr FaiLlef 9iBcr t l ii- tke r kiM i i rxo si 1 1 V j Miss Sue Smith has returned fret the Mary Baldwin Seminary at Staur ton Virginia Mr J Tevis Wilkorson of Lexinp ton is the pleasant guest of Mr and Mrs David R Tovis Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker are ack from a two mouths sojourn ai Hot Springs Arkansas Mrs B L Middleton has returned home after a very pleasant visit to her parents in ShelbyvSllc Mr H P Reid spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother Mrs Amanda Roid in Mt SterlingVMr George Johnson of Knoxvtle Twin Is visiting his parents at College Hill this county Mr Talbnt Jncksrin City Attorney of Richmond was in the city wednos dayLehanon Enterprise Mr Gen D White and family have returned from Sun Antonio Texas whore they spent tho winter Mrs Herman Fra a after a several weeks visit to her parents in Decatur Alabama has returned home Mr John Will West is spending n short time in Georgetown minglin with old friends and associates P F Adams Jr and family will leave this week for a months vIsit t relatives in this and E tin counties Mr Burrell Million who is emplov cd in a printing office at Jcllico Tonn wits here several days the past week Mr Tovis WiUerson of Lexington Attended tho matinee races last week at Haxhull Stock Farm this county Mrs Mary E Shearer has returned to her home in Kirksville after n pleasant stay at French Lick Springs Mrs Suo Dudley left this week for Blackstock S C to spend the sum mer with her son MrGordon Dudley Capt W T Short and wife of Rich mond visited the family of C D Ioxvell this week Lancaster Record Messrs Louis Schlegel and Jot Giunchigliani have been spending several days on Rockcastle river fishing Mrs Estill Payne of Irvine was the truest of her brother Postmaster C C Wallaco several days tho past weekMrs Baltic Smoot of Louisville ar rived in this city Thursday She will spend the summer with Dr and Mrs tE Smoot r Mr and Mrs W W Pigg after spending a fortnight in Lexingtot with relatives d friends have re turned home Mrs rrvtof J ffersonvillej Indiana is expected tomorrow to visit her diingb tor Mrs Ed Schan on Fourth street VDr H Ki Gibson will ho in attendance at tho American Medical Associa CityNMr Clyde Hart went to Lexington yesterday afternoon where he has accepted a nice position witha Job Printigg establishment MisJrsffZ T IUse antI B L Grit stead at tended the funeral of Mr STATE OP Oni i GITV OP TOLEDO i LUCA CoUNTYSS thulheiieney Co doing business in t1i city of Toledo county anti State afoiv said and that said firm will pay the emu of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS fur cacti and every case of Catarrh that IICatarrhFRANK J CHENEY oliI11IVberAD JKC XTr i A V GLEASON 111MI t Mizr- Wahis p Oatarrh OwriDtakeH in- il4y etidacto dlrf e44ho A I strr1aofhe-kiIQT i lQlaIf1 CNJlr J FJ ia r kTr- Henry Jones which took place In Mt Sterling on Sunday j Messrs Coleman and Harvey Ntft wtnrned last week from a ten days d1InltThe many friends of Mr Achilles Fi Deatherage were glad to see him In town last riday and Saturday tbb Urst liiue since his long Illness Misses Eleanor Chonaulfc rand Mary Lee Colyer returned from Washington D C last week where both graduated from Washington Univer 4ItyV Miss Louise Covln ton who la a teacher in Brioman College at Gaines yule G n has como home to spend the Snmnjpr vacation with her parents in i he country Mr H 0 Wheeler will return to morrow to his homo in aker Tenn uftei a visit to his fatherinlaw ilr J P Reeves and family Miss Elva llevea will accompany him home Drs C S Holton and C E Smoot attended the meeting of the Kentucky Homeopathic Medical Society at Lex- Ington last week Dr Smoot was elected VicePrcsidont for the ensuing YIlrMislos Jane Goodloe and Gladys Perry arrived from Lexington last Friday where they have been attend- Ing tho CarupliilHBirorrmin Clollege Miss Goille graduate with honors Mr T rry Hagnn formerly cijn nectml with H C Stockton in the drug hu ine s In this city but now a fanner of Garrard county wa commingling jvith his friends bert last weekVMiss Evelyn Smith left Thursday last for Louisville where she will spend several days with her aunt Mrs Pearce after which she will go to St Louis 5O4V5M1nI the summer with her mother Mrs Bertha M Smith Mrs H Hall after a pleasant visit to her ciiiwln Mrs H P Reid on GJyndon v left Monday for Paris where li0 will spend a week with relatives after which she will retun to her homo in Parkersburg W VaMiss Helen Bennett left Thursday for New York City from cvhbh port shewill sail to Liverpool England She will be Joined by Mrs Cyril Good nan and Miss Annie Louisa Clay They will 1Ipnd the summer and nut train months touring Europe Judire John D Goodloe of Whites Station Madison county formery tnte Senat r from his district was in tho city Friday to return homo with Mr Go d loo who has boon ViE iting relatives here and attending the commencement of CamphellHager man College Lexington Leader Miss Minnie Dvkns left Saturday for a two weeks visit to Mrs Will D Oldham in Lexington at the oonclus in n of which she will leave for New York where cho will en or the fleEcy cn cbool of music fur study during tbo summer Silo will return horn in timUto rt ume her class on the second Monday in September Fred A Miller manager of the Ccn itral Kentucky Cigar Co prominent Red tanf Richmond Kywas in the city Wtucsdayi He says his Tribe whioligiivo a very successful street fair in Richmond last summer is preparing far another exhibition this year the date bf which willbannllced later Thursdays Lcx ngtonleldcr Dr and MrsLG Barbour of Louis ville have stnt to tbeir friends the following lgant gold embossed invitations to he fiftieth celebration of their wedding anniversary It 185J 19M Rev and Mrs Lewis O Barbour reqtifst the pleasure of your company Monday evening June the twentieth from eight until eleven clock Twelve hundred fInd twentythree Fourth Avenue Limievillle Keutucky Please replyVThe venertble doctor and his esti mable wife have a legion of friends in Richmond who wish themjnany yours of continued prosperity and happi nes One of the fairest and sweetest of all tho girl graduates of Washington this year is Miss Eleanor Chenault of Richmond Kywho received her diploma this week from that tine old institution tIle Washington College Chenfanlt was he only Southern girl in the finishing cIa 3 and right proudly did she miintHin the reputation of the good old Bintgrass Statojn capability iniljittraotlins well seconded as she waa iy hr no IHSS interesting sister Miss Carlisle Ctienault who was in the audience The graceful young graduate reiMtived her tdiKepskjn la r gown of whIte3shiieiash1one4t7rSc 3FdJu mode and voluminous with lace HQd ribbon Tho Misses Chonauh retnim ed tdKentneky a few days ago ac companied bv Miss Edwaids of Boim j b ncQunlYI1notfler pretty Kntucky COUrgc1Mrton Society Cor Rev and Mrs CourierJournalf ville have of their daughter Mary Orear to Mr Daniel Uampden Breck of this city the wedding to occrr some time in June This news will come as a pleasant surprise to their friends and they are leghnuof tho Contracting parties The prospective bride is well known huro where sh has often 18persessed with ninny Chrhtangr8ce3 that rna ko lip lovely womanhood ShP 8 ai geiX l favorite in her homa town jitrBr ok is a son Vof lion Charles Bnck iimi Is descended from ioll anur str He is abriiliant and gifted yoiintf Ilwar and4ia a tiuo Ktt1ttickyieltletnl1n The CWMAX joFns in with a host of friends in otTer congratulations advance Mad Mane It1i 0 rry ot Yh Ha1 Ky hliL ptesioi tliefCelebrated h ait4ttu eiiiIwiipjil jM-r tII Rjirf Tlw a v I rwr0 t Ayers You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children bre- aksCherry Pectoralup a cold in a single night wards off bronchitis prevents pneumonia Physicians advise parents to keep iton The beat foulh medicine money handIla ivtra rectoial Fortl chIt lreu oothln raldJAIlSUUJL 1nlb to AY1tRm1All mrungJAye- rs Pills aid the Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold MATRIMONIAL TuowKnPEitvts Mr W A Trower tnd Miss Ida Pervis both of this city were united in marriage on last Satur lay bv Magistrate Dykes- MOROANNoRTtIIlMr George Mor uan and Miss Hell Norton were nited in marriage MnndayevenitiKbv Kldfr A J Tribnle at his home east of town HlCKSOwixGs Tuesday of last week MrMiller Hicks and Miss Annie Owing both prominent young people of this county worn united in marrlH e 1J Rev J Spencer nt the Otital Christian Church imrsoimre in Lex ington Mr aud Mrs tiiuk have quite H number uf Iritttids in this coiiutv who with tho Climax wish them happyaud lung liftS they will make their home III Juxil1 ton Mr Hicks having made arrrttiKOinecta to engage In business aLtlrt place BIRTHS JjAXuroan Mr and Mrs W L Lani fgrd are receiving con mtulatfun over the birth ol adaugfiter VOEATt1S JONES Sudden indeed was the death of Mr Henry Jones which occurred in ML Sterling on stPridlY While waiting on customers in his store with out a ninnieutd warning death came Mr Junes wan about 58 years old and was a iuemherofthe hardware firpi ol Jones Prewitt He was one ol Mt Jjterlinua most respected citizens and was nu elder in the Christian church anti a prominent Mason At the tins ot his death his wife was here visiting hei daughter Mrs John Arnold There are also two sons Messrs James H Jones H traveling saleMiiau and John Jones of Chicago Mr Jonei hadoften visited hia daughter here and had many friends who were grieved ai his death The very tenderetit synipa thy is extended to the fatuity in Uieii sore bMrvavetnent Soaiay Trains on L 4 A ComraeiiciiiK next Sunday June and continuing each Sunday 5j ntlthuaiovCfromjRichmonllFor Versailles 6 a m For Versailles 035 pmfc For Irvine and BenUyville 95a m From Versailles 5 m From VersallleB ll3Q IK in From Irvine und Beattyvill 035 pm Rates One firstclass faro lor the round trip hut 110 tare more than St CO H ltmithti F PA GOVhl tOIl Arnold Bro wan your wool They will pay the highest market price for it 20atf Examine our elegant display of Carriages BUllies etc before making a purchase We are selling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works R L lIdkifT Prop Notice to Creditors AU persona having claims against the estate t hPrebTnollfiedo willbebarredlilt Executor Elegant Home Por Sale I will offer for sale privately the homo formerly occupied by Jams Tivis decea id situattul near the L Kyaid5 12Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence repairgood everythingresilience Aoiidouirinto ominine the property cthe undersigned will take pleasure in showing sam- ePLRTEVIS 25mytf RICHMOND KY Sun Brothers WorldtsVProgressive Railroad Shows One Day Only RICHMOND TU DAYJUllE 1th SunflrosAerialorIotalIIflYAM socLLrY et unOrern- oCOMOL thr A4 retMV neitk 4ecitd Vi1aAt I 2 Protects the System Against Catarrh T Hyomei PreventaCo1ils and Cares Grip aridV Catarrh Money iBagJfif It Fails VcVt4V nAp ol1n ftorpjevention Is worth a nound olcnroJJ A few breaths of Hy omel through the nat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit with uliwk B cold or the grip at the start and pro vent serf ocs and lastinjr III new In Sill catarrhal troubles and diseases it the air passages Homei has a positive notion not possessed hy any other medifjne or treatment It Is pleasant arid convenient tons simply put 20 drops nf Hvoinei in the inhaler and breathe it a few mfnufes four limes a lay In this way every particle of air that enters the lungs Is charged with a iipallnir balsam that kills nil catarrhal rPims soothes and allays the irritated mucous membrane vitalizes the hlood with ozone and makes a permanenl anti complete cure A Hrotnel nnlflt costs only 1lnd contains an inhaler medicine droppT aid bottle of Hvomei The inhaler lapis a liietlmpftnd when more Hyo mei is needed extra bottles can be ob tnined for 50 v B L Middelton will SiVA life personal guarantee with every Hyomei outfit and will refund the money if it does notcnre lr The hiuhpftimrket cash price will he paid for woolhy Cnvineton Arnold Bro Take them your wool SOatf Wire Fence I am agent tor the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to ptirclmfeO the best wire fence will call on or address J D LONG may 11OMvr Richmond Ky See E Ueatherage before selling your wool tf Wall Paper in I Year There have been times when it Seemed as if allV papers 10oke l alIkebu- thatiffcertainlv not the caso this year Wo hayejso many radically different styles that there is very little likelihood no matter what you select that any one of your bors will select a similar stylo r Paints Oils Shades Frames Etc For Rent Onr large and commodious store room 18x100 feet No 2i8 south side lIIinI street ThiH is 0110 of the best heat lighted and handsomest store room in tIle city Suitable for almost ally kind of business Call on or ad dress JOHN G TAYLOR Sos Kentuckyieiepotiet Master Commissioners Nodce to MADISON CIRCUIT COURT MJ Roberts Admr Pit AslnstHelen c Dft AH persons having claims against the es tate of ll ryj Robert are hereby notified to tile same leg lly verified with the undersigned on or before the 1st day ot Anensi or fame will bB barredS II THORPE MC 111 C C Master Commissioners Notice to Madlon Circuit Curtnun Kmith c Pitagainst Will Qnlsenl Dft All persons Imvlng claims against the estate of Fiorina Qul eDberry are hereby notified to file same legally v rifted with the undersigned on or the 18th day ot June lOOt or same will be barred B H THORPE Master Commissioner M C O Sheriffs SaleHy virtne ot an Execution directed to mo which irsned from the Clerks office of the Fayette Circuit Court in favor of Ad W Creekmore against A B Haley I or one of my Deputies ill on ondaYtJune6tJ904 between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 2 oclock p in at the Court House countyKyest bidder the following described property or fo much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit About 50 Acres of Land situated in Madison county Ky4iPthe Yates Magisterial District lyina onlne lIdJinilljtbCreeRmftrc Curtis Power and others being the same property conveyed from WD Haley to A U Haley and re corded in Deed Buck 53 pajre 215 This property will be sold subject to a mortgage in favor of A W Creekmore of 250 levied upon as property of A B Halev TERMSSale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing inter InnumCromand effect ut a Sale Bond JNO F WAGERS Sheriff M C May 13 1914 ISraSt Credit is a fine thing Thrift is better with State H Trust Bank Co u atCi L 71 Jri Rice andArnold 71 ofc The New and Nobby Hats Negligee Soft and Stiff Hats of all kinds rV THE ONE PRICE HOUSE 7 7F7I7I F ffi ffi1 Fffi Oddities Predominate This neighV Geo M Willging Window Picture Creditors Creditors Deposit Master Commissioners Notice to Creditorsi Jno W Murrays Assignee PItY against James T Murray c Dft All persons having claims acainst the ertate of Jnox W Murray are hereby notified to tile the same legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 15th day of June 1001 or same will be barred a HTHORPE 18mtd M C M C C Ii On the Teeth Depends the condition of the general health Removing or tilling decayed teeth means the removal or the cause of much disease The skillful applica tion of j DENISTRY Solid Gold Teeth I5 50 Gold Fills 1 SO Amalgam Fills 75 Teeth Extracted 25 All our work fully guaranteed Will give satisfaction under all circum stancesV H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky OMIIORM- ary ALE W Leavehic Plff against Mary W Leavell Gdn flIt Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue ot a Judgment and Order of tPIIderedin the above style cause theunltersigned will o- nSaturday June J Jrt041 about the hour of 10 oclock a m on tbe premises in Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the follow ing described viz A Certain House and Lot of ground situated in the city of Rich iiiond Ky and described as follows situated on thin south tilde of Elm treet In Crow Addition to said city runingbacknot Alley 100 feet adjoining the prtfp erty of Powell and Henley on the south andeast To produce the sum of 321 the amount of money so ordered to be madtfand the CostA heircf TEKMS sale will bfamaale on a credit of twelve mouths The pur chaser will be required to give bonn with approved gecuiitv for the payment ofthe purchase nionoT to have the prOpfljVpaid S H Thorpe igVYor lktc1lirtf from hlghbrecCBarred Ply outh Rocks will b oldbat SOc peittliigoF J5Eic tw lME4EPsntss ulIi o c o tp4V The Leading Shoe Firm r I VVOF RICHMOND 3 VV Headquarters for Shoes and Slippers Of All Kinds i I things Straw ShIrts S e J 1 TOShow Windows j Rice and Arnold 7I prolonged property bearttii 0ISm3 r c I fiE8V s ZP7t THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest andmost stylish goods l We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnishings f Give us a callwe can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mailer MERCHANT TAILORS 44c3S9- c71 7rf dJ I 4 RichmondE 3 GREEN HOUE + Phone 188 + Geraniums Carnations Roses Heliotropes Ferns ii Asparagus etc Iik a Give call us Pces Reasonablee ALBERTDont RiskLife and family by usinsr the deadly jnisuline strive ID your home That Awful Smell V and the greasy disenmforl of epijilg the tank filled to be enou h tu con J i prePlltJtJ Tnsurant com aTiies condemn gsisoliue stoves only because they are unsafe Detroit Jewell Gas Ranges l ifacoktng by Gas ARE SAFE as well as economical cleanly labors 1ving S e the GasCorn jxiny D it now JliclimlHld erfigIi tv- k q p J 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 1904 J1nroncucments To tie YotHS ol the Fiflh Arpdalte Court trict of Kentucky I AM a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Democra tic party As Circuit Judge it be came my duty to trya number of criminal cases which have become part of the States history andamost critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it fell to my lot to putinstitution as well as to construe the present Constituijn whenever a con iroversy rose as to its proper construction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the do kets of my court touching the right of corpora tions and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I hive dis chargedmy duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to determine I will be very g ateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I as pire Very respectfully JA1ES E CAN TRILL tf John D Carroll i A Candidate for Appellate Judge in this District Hon John D Carroll of Sew Castle one of the best known lawyers in the State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district Subject to the action of th Democratic party Mr Carrolls friends espec lilly in the legal profession have for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in tbeState He has held sevraloffices of trust and bonor and in all of them acquitted bitiiKulf with credit When quite a young man he served two terms lathe 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 lawbooUs that are in general use amLtbat may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of Ugh integrity great Industry with tin sxtensive and accurate knowledge of tile law and in the prime of life his Eargrt circle of friends believe he would make a splendid Judge Trimble Democrat tf FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to iinnoncde HonD L 3IOORE of Mercer county us a candidate for Congress in the Eighth District to succeed Hon U O Gilbert subject to the action ot Democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited We are authorized to announce II HELM at Lincoln county n candidate for Congress from IMs the Eight Congressional District Subjct to the action of the Democratic party Ve are authoriid to announce HON G G GILBiiRT a candidate forCon rcs oucceed himself from ibis the Kicaa Congressional District ul lect to the action of the Demo sratic party We are authoriz d to announce FRANE TURNER a candidiie for Congress from thi the Eighth District subject to the action of Site Democratic darty FOR CITYATTORNEY- We are authorized to announce R E ROBERTS a can lidate for City Attorney sub ject to the ticiipn of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are arUiMized to announce JUDGE 10 CHElJiULT cnndidute for the office of County Judgt t Madiou County Subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE N BTURPJNaeandldate fortbeoffieClfCoun ly Judge of Madion county subject to the action if the Democratic party FOU COUNTY ATTORNEY We are aut1 to announce W K LET HER JRJ andidate for Cpujity At I ioriiry subject tCthcactIonfthe Deotocratic party J e are authorized to jjceRI1 t a for 5ounly Attorney nbJeCTiifciieaIB9aof Ih Utmpcratic party attfIZed to ttIflUJh We a for County tSIIAKidlon Onnty subjrct to action Tie DeDocratlc JariY FOR SHERIFF authorized to announce JNO W Rctnditlate for Sheriff of MadisonLI action of the Democratu c Party lathorized to announce B B MIllion ear te forl herllf of Mc1lson County sub o thtaction Democratic Party uihorlzeci toanIncfH H COLa r adldate for coun Iytto the action of the Democrat arty j FOR JAILER arlutbOQ td to announce TUOt O w date for Jailer of Madison countyIUb1lctt he action o the Democratic party w PElteTIKS on ol cSfltKrtbectto the action of the Democratic lrtir LJ areAtIiiiTlZed to annonnce O W Pt for Jailer of MadisonFILINI1 couuty ubW1 u khe action of the Democratic party i Whoriied to announce D C tc are a O1Cbte for Jailer of MadisonGRIGG County ubjctdlh0 action of the Democratic party We autbcz to announce N B JtfNES candidate are fo lIer of Madison County sub ctto the t the Democratic party DOZIERIct to the actionjWU D announce A J ROSS iSSdlfaWlorW I Madison county sub tilt aeu n IeniOcatiC party pKV4are autU ij w announce MORGAN for Jailer of Madison subiCthetCtIon of the Democratic 5rtjiilVf am anlhfrf to hnnonnce PETER G a cldale fur Jailer ot MadIson 3anty tubjesf action of the lemocratlc arty 1 Vreaotiorlied tbynce ANDERSON S forl1lcalldldaleKfcr ofMadi 3lfr at ocratfl3iaT a art anthotbeJannounce J H 1EuYoT iVW recinct Hichmond cDdldate for 4i of Madison countya eet to the action Democratic party e arC aiithothi announce BUCK j so Jailer of MadIson ubJecUO tou of the Democratty ii V H J R PARKEe are authorize nonnce ntIdatC for Madison county a tothe acu Democratic party tiltaeauthOriZbOufle R U TER ofIadison- tsnbleCtto n of the Democratic ire author Innonnce W IUiON 3 Jailer or ladlson ty to of the Democr- 4 i Fq C0t3lUNTENDENT th omonnCe E P BEN andidllef Intendent of Pub hO ls of tY subjeci to the of the iciflCry I itP auhOrionnce BEN F a caD QPerJntendrnt of tJSChOOlS tott unty to UOllO party SaJeue N U cndlL1perJntendent of S to Ion ottbe De putyIFOR R IarauthO BAKg prcnchncVldate for uesu- bject to Democratic S ItheBUD DUNN idieoa county- t to the pcUo iDocratfC I aT8 anthod a El sublect to LtDm4an aro authO tdJce BOY Ia call lubled tq bbeU4tnr lo I Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of Wmtillll jilpIw t l mJ to freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from tha smallest piece up to the most mass- iveBetkoom Suits I We have also o d Dressers and Washstands Dressing- Tubles Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful I Iron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy Odd Chairs Couches Davenports and everything Come to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Give usa call whether you want to buy or not W S OLDHAM PROFESSIONAL CARDS II ATTornTLrsI g1MILLER ATTORSBYATLiW RICHMOND Kurroccr Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to aimers National Bank febSly J A lV II ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Mice over State Bank Trust Co opI Kwite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULTj RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery rf R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY jOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over erry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS RS GIBSON GIBSON- PH Y61CIASIS AND SURUEOAS ICHMOND KENTUCKY in the Dr II bson building M tnStreet Ilice DENTAL STJSQEaT v OsXVtt tt ttOnSO DENTIST or LOuISVILLE Ky aOfflce next door to Government Building tchmSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to 4 noTl7ly i 4 M Blanton F DENTIST office m Bennett Building lanly TELEPHONE COVanceiJO1rs D O Lth PhjCyflS Hobion Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy Asheville NC center of the beautiful Land of the Skytf A superb elevated platean the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favorable portion of the temperate zone The official Government records of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following averages Spring 53 49 F Sum mer 70 72 F Antumn5348 F Winter 3887 F with a mean for the whole year of 54 15 F and a mean relative hn midity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human ills find quick relief Reached only by the Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send twocent stamp to Geo B Allen JA G P A St Louts Mo C H Hungerford D P A LonisvilieiKy DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday June 15 1904 t loM I Mastic ItM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LSAVZ BIOHMOND or VersameSLECeb Sketm lPmdfor Irviac TRAINS ABMVB IOXMOM0 Vram LOUlYIUi Liloe 14 f dwaO- laolBHtl I 1141- Vr Bett3TlU SE I IrVi t031 LItK1TBUFIPAvwjll t LA AJftIckaioJ Xv iiiiiiii rDiamonds Watches Crocks Cutglass I Alt kinds ofT ewelrv andPreciousStones V rof very description rThese are some of tbeVto be found at Jewelry Store If your watch or clod refuse to- go take them to Lane lie will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too 1 If yon want anything that 1can bnllnlln a first class ebtabllshment go to Lanes He is well fixed in the kind of articles L ELaneJe- welerc and Optician I t Do You Burn COlItK so why not burn the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beatty- villeCOSS I I CORN andILg714Ih- LIttyvi1I D R Freeman Mg Telephone 184 VV and Yart t as ni OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Prade 10 vear old in jugs S400 per gallon 10to bottles 5to200CO 5ii jugs 5U i 0 bottles 3cNew Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery SIcBraj er novlvr Anderson county Kv New LIvery Firm Messrs J 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 pa ronaeo in this line Persons who come In from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and cleaned up will do well to take them to this stable These gentlemen are in the market the year round for good horses and per sons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them in good selling condition Everybody knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy tolls and the very best care will be taken ot horses put in this stable Remember the place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker v S4 feb Sir Will Recife 1eaiMsIMrs Vernon Bi iDU StLo11M will the WorW8 Fair at tUe aal IYjMcir Of frtqi 11aae f d A Illinois Central Railroad A Two Fast Express Trains Daily Louisville to tMEMPHS AND NEW ORLEANS Direct Line to HOT SPRINGS ARKN- ew firstclass Line Chicago tot St Paul and Minneapolis and the Northwest Best of Service Free Reclining Chair CarsPullman Sleepers Dining Service a la Carte Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma i and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R R Co is issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc in the States of Kentucky Wet Teniieesse Mississippi antI Louisiana Every Farmer or Horueeeker who will forward his name and ad dress to the undersigned will be inniled free Circulars N II 1 to 11 inclusive andothers as they are published trout month to mouth For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW jLouisville CoAc ThyMriii- t Successor to TAYLOR BROS 1e4 Has Everything the Farmer needs tjjj for his Spring Plowing He handles the celebrated + Vulcan POW + Andalso has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of the Latest Pattern and Lowest Prices c Roofing and Guttering A Specialty tGVIE HIM A CALL 1 Ir Our AVidt Screens are made and painted complete ready to I tput In place without tbcd Qf a parpen ter Prices rfl6wiwith no extra charge i fciij4Izes 1 rytis n alLkittIf Mill Work fj t 1 Lexington Euniber ahd j I Manufactur- 7ngCo C111 q I gfn Ih 9uclo Ylze pen ooor to prosperity offered those seeking business opportunities In The Northwestis an unexcelled field for investment The small tradesman the merchant the manufacturer the capitalists can assured ly find a suitable location For A Business Opening in the cities and towns along the line and tributary to the great JVorti4eriztWy Send 2 cents in stamps for Business Openings a de scriptive pamplet of the business opportunities of the North west For further information address any agent of the Great Northerjr Railway or address MAX BAVs F 1 WHITNEYG P T A Gen Imigration Agt St PAUL MINN 220 S Clarkst Chicago 111 1 r47 1 QUEEN CREHTSHORT- ESTROUTEANBQIainWdl SOUTHERN 7 rwc1 CotupetIlttinCINCINNATI date 041A19AN000A pretttesttItnn1 ATIATA tIil1Y- J 1ir ld4t- IilEyMpOwIt i as v HAD TO EAT DOG fl mvFrightfu1iiperience of Knowling ip dJi th ewtoundlandReSI esfrorn the PhIllPJdovInfSt George tor Gienwood bw tormacksft This arrivedatt- inatlon S after threo weekV J8nir7j- nd II extremijlvharifshlps 1tenTxyc i x1dfhonFrom the begfnnigot the journe Jotgreat depth Food ran short atter tfift Yianything tothe1continuous encouragedthem j approichhag n1lldirectionsIndian guldesfellled all of their dogS and ravenousTy ate the flesh The partif after tramping 21 daahad glvenyup hope of reaching Glcn 1 wood f- Exhausted from hunger and thirst and with no succor In sight three had whenMcWhirter HedIscovered theylocatedby woodsmen who gave them food antI assisted the weaker members of thi party to their camp MONKS HOLD THE SECRET French Government Cannot Obtain the Formula for Making the Famous Chartreuse CordiaL The first chamber of the civil tribu rendered against the Carthusian monks regarding makingChartreuse the cordial The liquidator of the prop bythethe real estate but also the trademark of the famous liquor was the property of the congregation and therefore had now become the property of the state Father Rey the successor of Father Gander the original owner of the secret contended that the whole estab lishment Including the trademark althoughhethe religions order The court decided that both the plant and the trademarks had always belonged to the order and as such It had now become the property of the govern ment as the congregation had no long Reyhasorder will not give it up The Carthu sians have started a new establishment in Spain and are making the famous liquor there If the Grenoble decision be sustained as it probably will be Chartreuse cannot be sold at least un der that name In France But the government has won an empty victory for it has not the secret of man ufacture nor can It get it and It has succeeded only In driving the distillery to Spain and thus cutting off its own revenue from the tax on the liquor BIRD SWALLOWS DIAMOND Pet Canary Pecks Valuable Jewel from Owners Earring and Dies of Indigestion For pecking a valuable diamond from an earring belonging to Sirs Paul of Philadelphia a pet canary bird paid the death penalty Mrs Paul had placed the bird cage on a sitting room table IWld was encouraging tna canary to warble for some visitorsIwhen the little creature ate ual repast The earring was Jyinp Jn the table alongside of the c within reach of the canary TILe bird examined the jewel torsmetime and after arrlv- Jn fl orUslOn that It was wic bme rae species pecked at It and swallowed the stone with a gulp rhe br of the diamond In this ma- nzitcaued a sensation In the Paul hrouseli6ldt and every one planned out bncchjame after another for the recov of the jewel The bird was not In the least embarrassed by the rich diet It adopted but while the hostess grieved it sang merry songs of Joy in all the bird languages Finally Mrs Paul decided to send for a physician She did not wish to lose her pet and rtlll less her diamond so she Intended to ask the d perform asur lea waJtorhede ily Jrom cute Indigestion May Change His Mind That Pennsylvania bridegroom who says that his wife Is theldealof wife- hood must wait a few years remarks the Chicago Dally News before Issuing a supplementary statement describing the reality Absurd But Not Funny Every now and then some German statesman declares that thMonroo doctrine is absurd Yet remarks the Wash Ington Star they never feel really disposed to treat it as a laughing matter Fickle Fortune Anybody desiring to learn some par ticulars concerning the Irony of fate re marks the New York Worldshould consult the contractor who built the Toomba and Isnow a prisoner there FRISCO SYSTEM SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION 19 remITS IN NIssojji4AIIANAS 11 IIDLkN- I lmonf yin de4oI1v WMi1 d yIulV Jfrl ij What is the name of the Refrfgto tnd Ice Box that is lined wftli GrafiuJ twipitt D B Shackeltord Co where it has been for years ISatf I HITime Ta1i- Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lr 1241 pm ton Exess Bonth bound 1248 p NoS Cinnatt and Livings l23pm ton Express north bound 155 pm- No 4 Cinnatt and Livings 315 a m v ton Express north bound 350 am NoSClnnatland Livings 1105 pm too Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays vile Accm north bound 6 20 a m No 11 Stanford and Maya 720 p m Tllle Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820am No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m lord nort bound New Firm Having purchased the grocery and neat business of Kobeit Hurst near L tN depot I cordially invite all my rieuds well as all patrons of the old rirrn to call on me when needing any lung in this line I will carry con tantly in stock only the best of goods and my meat market will be supplied vith the niece stock to be had and will iphold my reputation for being a neat dean butcher I also desire to purchase five cows ivingvfrgni tliree to four gallons milk per day Again soliciting a share of your patronage I ainr v Macl nHami1toDe1jy or Ichmo ung WI1 are h y j Agclts nw Any bat qouldant6 a day made b ou tr WriIeforte0fforts ir Light5nmC ted on 3drod uttitO TJUUi clers of needs t oU ber of run to the SIng re port t the when b st Worldcity but equine Tra St LOUIS tuch to tbe Uu rorotoinsu 8 8T 8i MO1flI4C1113itfld an h rod PanQramlc vies SLevee ahd Bipping D ofthe Fatherof Waters sliQth be made by t- heBig Pow Route J E REEVES Gen Southern Arm WARREN J1 YNCH Q P inat U B o w t Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to ST LOUIS andthe ouistana Purchase Exposition 0oOr Entire roadway Track r and EQUIPMENT way of the a 1t c1 fi 7 rI UUd I1l1n0 oaches WIth Seatsc1 Comp1et fJhlS W9r1diLf1tree L1 AWemjndep That we are right in the pushwith stock of t f jt 0 Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notio Laces Hamburgs also the best qui tings Give us a call and we w satisfaction i W ct tic Richmond Climaxu NESDAY JUNE 1 1904 nroncucments tlc Yelets ol the Fifth Apptlalte Court Dis trict of Kentucky a candidate for Judge of the t of Appeals from this District to the action of the Democra As Circuit Judge it be duty to trya number of cases which have become a the States history ndst a time As Judge of the Ict Court it fell to my lot to the Statutes adopted to put the provisions of the new Con as well as to construe the Constituijn whenever a con rose as to its proper con Almost innumerable cases the dokets of my touching tho right of corpora and the exeroise of franchises the law How well I hive din ed my duties under such trying stances is left to you to deter be very g ateful to all who jey can assist me to secure the osition and ollice to which Ias respectfullyj TRILL r tohn D Carroll Candidate tot Appellate Judge In this District John D Carroll of New Castle the best known lawyers in the as announced us a candidate ellate Judge in this district- to the action of the DniOcrallc Mr Carroll friends espec the lenal profession have for ime desired to see him on the 11 the highest court in the State held several ottiLes of trust and und in all of them acquitted with credit When quite a nan he served two terms inthe lure was a member of the Con nal Convention and one of tile mimlssioners appointed by the or to revise the statute laws of te to conform to the changes j the constitution and was for ears chairman of the Democratic entral Committee He is the- f Carrolls Kentucky Codes of e and Carrolls Kentucky lawbooks that are in getiPral that may be found in the office- lawyer in the ttate A man of Itenrity great industry with tin Iveand accurate knowledge oft and in the prime of life his Ircle of friends believe he would a splendid Judge Trimble rat tf I FOR CONGRESS e authorized to unnounde Hon D L of Mercer county a candidate for- In the Eighth District to succeed O Gilbert subject to the action of Uc party Your support is earnestly authorized to announce H HELM in county u candidate for Congress a the Eight Congressional District rto te arMon of the Uemoeiatic party jeauthnriz d to announce HON G G a ca for ConlCrps osncceed from his the Kighth Congressional Ujecl to the action of the Demo rty 1rs autboriz d to announce FRANK B acandidne for Congress from this tb District subject to the action of cratlc darty FOR CITY ATTORNEY e authorized to announce R E can tidate for City Attorney sub PatcIonofthe Democrat Ic party FOR COUNTYJUDG- EartIorizet to announce JUDGE 30l- ILT a candidate for ths office of ndge of Macllon County Subject to n of tue Dtmocratic party authorized to announce JUDGE N L IN acandhIaIc fortheoffi eofCoun lot SUdou ounty ssubject to the the Democratic party i OIL COUNTY ATTORNEY authorized to announce W R It JR a andidate for County At ject to the action of the Democratic e authorized to announce R H f a candidate for ilounty Attorney the action at tIii Democratic party authorized to announce W R LFOKK a candidate for County At Hlvlison county subject to the action locratic parry 1kSIIEItIFF JNO W a candidate for Sheriff of Madison r ibjeci to the action of the Demo- crattthoriztd to announce B B Million kI Ia for sheriff of Murtison County tub Action Democratic Party zIhoriaed to anounce II II COL it Hidate for sheriff of Madison coun C5to the action of the Democratic B FOR JAILERI i 0lect to the action the Democratic ithorizftd to announce FJ PER ldwl a candidate for Jailer of nty subject to the action of the party jithorizcd to announce O W caurtidst for Jailer of Madison b to he action of the Democratic to announce D O iLnthorized for Jailer of Madison action of the Demo orbed to announce N B JONES tor Jailer of Madison County sub Uon of the Democratic party orized to announce J B DOZIER for Jailer of Madison county snb lion of the Democratic party thorized to announce A J ROSS for Jailer of Madison county sub ctl n of the Dem Ctlc party mtuorized to announce MORGAN i candidale for Jailer of Madison Je to the action of the Democratic nthorlzed to announce PETER O a candidate for Jailer of Madison Jet to the action of the Democratic jut orlzed to announce ANDERSON of speedwell ItS a candidate for ladLsoD county subject to the action mocratie party e authorized to announce J H DY of Vest End Precinct Richmond Idate for Jailer of Madison county the action of the Democratic party re aithorized to announce BUCK JN a candidate for Jailer of Madison subject to the actlou of the Democrat e authorized to announce J R PARKE date for Jailer of Madison county to the action of the Democratic party reauthorized to announce B B TER for Jailer of Madison subject to the action of the Democratic- ire authorized to announce W T ON a candidate for Jailer of Madison suajcct to tile action of the Democra y OB COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- re a tcr zed to announce E P BEN i ant si e f r Superintendent Pub ooLso Madison county the of the Democratic party ire a honied to BEN F RDS a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Madison county to ion of the Democratic party are a rhorlzed to annonnce JOHN ND 1 Candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Madison county to lion of the Democratic party- FORA8SESSOR are authorized to announce J LBAKKB I Lick Precinct as a candidate for AYe ub3ect to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce BUD DUNN Jidate for Assessor of Madison county t to the action of the Democratic party are authorized to announced B 1 JEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison y suWect to the action of tile Demo party tare authorized to announce BOYD F ERa a candidate forAseliOrOf Ma4Isop y subject to the action of theDe i fitS5iV L Spring is Comin j renovatingofnew in the way of lititQrmUlmr B tofreshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from tha smallest piece up to the most massive Bed= room Suits DressingTubles FancyOddCome to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Give us a call whether you want to buy or not IW S QLBHAM PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYSI A MILLER ATTOMIBTiTLXW RICHMOND KBarooxr Office n the Burnam Building next door to srmeri National Bank eb3ly I fStIVAs-4 a ATTOBNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY iffice over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street 10 p M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAWI RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocery rV R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw iirnMOXD KENTUCKY 5Office over Taylor Bros Store fACKSON c8c ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug stor- eP7SIOILTS RS G1BSO GIBSON- PH YilClASS AND SURGEOAS ICHMOND KENTUCKY ace in the Dr Hobson building MlnStreet DENTAL SURGERY T 1 tte t OnSOt DENTIST or LOUISVILLE Ky ffOfce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office houra9 to 121 tot norlTly V M Blanton DENTIST 4VOBce lb Bennett Building tanlvTELEPHONE 196 OyanCDOI- rs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Hobson Bull ling Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy e Asheville NC center of the beautiful Land of the Sky A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favorable portion of the temperate zone The official Government records of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following averages Spring 53 49 F um mer 70 72 F Antnmn 6348 F Winter 3887 F with a mean for the whole year of 51 15 F and a mean relative hu mldity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human ills find quick relief Reached only by the Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send twocent stamp to ora IGeo B Allen- A JIG P A St Louis Mo C H Hunserford D P A LouiavilleiKy I DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday June 15 1904 r Loiisie Si itbib Rulrod DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND- or Vera11le Shel 6G5L- by1lIe Louisville LeXIngton litO aall BeattrY111e 138 pJB gor IZTIE and TRAINS AKMVB RIOBMOND Leslactoa HIIII1IIFrea xot1lI 81KrCIB 5 riui l IrvtaOtO a JIIIJflTIIGP1 t AWJ SA X l i fI ri11 rf 1- Diamonds J c Watches Clocks r Cutglass AIl kindsofJewely- andPreciousStV nes verydescription rThese are some of the yto be found at Lanes Store If your IJbwelryorclod refuse to them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to Lanes hell tix that too Fl If yon want anything that V can be fiun1 in a first class Jewelry establishment go c to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles L ELaneJe- welerc and Optician Do You Burn If so why not burn the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville COSLSAlso B ittyvi1l o1 CO D R Freeman Mgt Telephone 184 Ir and Yard f oc ai OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Ever drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs SlOO per gallon 10I bottles 5Of5 Ofjugs 250h 5I hbottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Kv New Lrray 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 ol- patyoflal tin this line Persons who come In from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and cleaned up will do well to take them to this stable These gentlemen are In the market the year round for good horses and per eons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them in good selling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will betaken ot horses put In this stable Remember the place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Bobt Walker 24 feb 8rr Will Receive Boarfen Mrs Vernon Beg of 743 Byard Avenue st LouiS will receIve Boarder during the Worlds Fainat the osna rates Mrs Beg who was formerly Miss Mabel Terrill of this city is quite well remembered and much beloved by a large circle of frlen s IBhe should reeive a share of patrosme w pscially froM thOMWhofO bfw ft A Illinois Central Railroad fi i r Dailytas Louisville to 1 MEMPHS AND NEW ORLEANS Direct Line to HOT SPRINGS1ARKNew firstclass Line Chicago to St Paul and Minneapolis and the Northwest Best ofService SleepersrOnly line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial Low One way antI Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian TerritoryOkIahomaand Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R R Co is issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi mid Louisiana Every Farmer or Horueeeker who will forward his name and address to the undersigned will he inxilel free Circulars N 06 1 to 11 inclusive and others as they are published from mouth to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans apply to nearest rail road agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Kv CoAc TalyffJf Successor to 1 L TAYLOR BROS ft Has Everything the Farmer needs T forhi- sSpriny Plowing He handles the celebrated 3 c Vulcan Plow And also has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of the Aft V Latest Pattern and Lowest Prices fRoofing and Guttering A Specialty 5 GVIE HIM A CALL Our Window Screens are made and painted complete ready to be put in place without the aid of a carpen ter Prices are low with no extra charges for odd sizes Trv us n nil kinds of MIll Work Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EHiIaiCORR Lexington Kentucky 7SJize eiz Loor toprosperity offered those seeking business opportunities In The Northfsis an unexcelled field for investment The small tradesman the merchant the manufacturer the capitalists can assured ly find a suitable location For A Business Opening in the cities and towns along the line and tributary to the Yreai JiEAera3ySend 2 cents in stamps for Business Openings a de scriptive pamplet of the business opportunities of the North west For further information address any agent of the Great Northery Railway or address MAX BAS3 F 1 WHITNEY G P T A Gen Imigration Agt St PAUL MINN 220 S Clarkst Chicago 111 IQUEENCRESCENTROU1E AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES 8ETWEENCINCINNATI KNOXVIUUE CHATTANOOGA CHARLESTON ATLANTA SAVANNAH BIRM1NOHAM JACKSONVILLe St1RV8PORTnd TSXAJ8 POINTS pen ttwOAMATtONAG MWM- GM E Cterlw T PA S9 C Mafn MrMi U iit44i W A Gwrrrtt W C mmNMnwii AtItILIH r 1ji4 lJ rS 9 IHAD TO EAT DOG MEAT Frightful Experience of Knotvling Ex pedition in MewfoundIandea cued in the Nick of Time Advices from tHe west coast of New foundland state tliat the Philip Knowl tug expedition wjilch sailed from Bay 3L George for Glenwood by way of Cormacka track tas arrived at its destination after three weeks suffering and extreme hardships Henry Mo expedition journeytheof snow sinking at every step to a great depth Food ran short after the Brst ten days and it is seldom that anything could be shot to sustain the hungry men and dogs Owing to the continuous snowutorms the guides were unable to get their bearings and frequently wished to be alowed to retrace their steps However the pluck of Mr Knowling always encouraged SoonI Inidirections Driven to desperation the Indian guides killed all of their dogs arid ravenously ate the flesh daysiwood Exhausted from hunger and thirst and with no succor in sight three had whenMcWhirter liediscoveredriver and returning to the others they metby thoIMONKS HOLD THE SECRET French Government Cannot Obtain the Formula for Making the Famous Chartreuse Cordial The first chamber of the civil tribu nal of Grenoble France has at last ren stateImakingChartreuse the cordial The liquidator of the prop bythethe real estate but also the trademark ofInow become the property of the state Father Rey the successor of Father soI lishment Including the trademark was his own private property although he admitted a business partnership with the religious ordor The court decided that both theplant and the trademarks had always belonged to the order and as such it had now become the property of the govern ment as the congregation had no long er any legal standing But Father Rey has the secret and in spite of the court order will not give It up The Carthu sians have started a new establishment in Spain and are making the famous liquor there If the Grenoble decision be sustained as it probably will be Chartreuse cannot be sold at least un der that name in France But the government has won an empty victory for It has not the secret of man ufacture nor can It get it and it has succeeded only In driving the distillery to Spain and thus cutting off Its own revenue froth the tax on the liquor BIRD SWALLOWS DIAMOND Pet Canary Pecks Valuable Jewel from Owners Earring and Dies of Indigestion For pecking a valuable diamond from an earring belonging to Mrs Paul of Philadelphia a pet canary bird paid the death penalty Mrs Paul had placed the bird cage on a sitting room table and was encouraging the canary to warble for some visitors when the little creature ate the unusual repast The earring was lying on the table alongside of the cage and within reach of the canary The bird examined the Jewel for some time and after arriving at the conclusion that it was a worm of some rare species pecked at it and swallowed the stone with a gulp The loss of the diamond In this manner caused a sensation in the Paul household and livery one planned out one scheme after another for the recov ery of the JeweL The bird was not In the least embarrassed by the rich diet it adopted but while the hostess grieved it sang HIPTV songs of Joy in all the bird languages Finally Mrs Paul decided to send for a physician She did not wish to lose her pet and still less her diamond so she intended to ask the doctor to perform a surgical operation on the bird While Mr Paul was on his way for the physician the canary died suddenly from acute indigestion May Change His Mind That Pennsylvania bridegroom who says that his wife Is theldealofwlfe hood must wait n few years remarks the Chicago Dally News before issuing a supplementary statement describing the reality Absurd But Not Funny Every now and then some German statesman declares that tbvMonroe doctrine is absurd Yet remarks the WaghVi ington Star they never feel really ulsj toirp9t tia aughlng matter i At 7 Y siA on An bodiesll eMuscm ri c ip U H N on SuItheOfltfacDr13c biiIIttbOToombs and is now a prisoner there I1SCO SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH liD WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY AND OKLAHOMA Jot atA lve matter tferoagh ebedalM Mil other seeded pas tie addivM HI McGUIRE isTfiIc raswatn n-H EA rousm STRUT CINCINNATI OHIO QMIterA iew ot ill =liiea roowt bekr- opell nice 31and backh t good ci trn i- COMK te hiM d bWw irWL F trprti l t L r c i J A Splendid Ojpprtuz hr ymtt To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining propf ArizonaHiY 111 rInvestors are requested tojthoroughly investigate this property Arizona Colorado Copper Belt an Jv Gold Mining and Milling Company a which promise to he equal to any or the Great I Jucera In A izonas wonderful Copper Belt exte worn Jerome to Bisbes and- Absolutely c in the Center of the Belt Ie And in the Center of the Globe 1 Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled in the world golin1one Copper Gold Sliver and Lead all in payinir tiantitIutwItIi good assays In Tin Uranium etc V quantities of iron atuf lime assure reduction of ore on the jrroniid who dill nut buy stock in the great mininur popcrties of Arizonaand otliar jjarts gf the west cIiiuse for IOl a share and later on went to 71t per share now buy in the r ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining iSjilling ntpasessabler VIuaranteel advanijteIM FOREE IROBr Pres and ien Mgr Main Office Globe Arizona rcWhat is the name of the Refrigator nil Ice Box that is lined with Granula rd fork stid who sells them in town It is the North Star and can be found D B Shackeltord Co where it has Iweu for years 13atf L N1 Tim Ta11 Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 1246 p m ton Ezt esi south bound 1245 p No 8 Clnnatl and Living- s125pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No 4 Clnnatl and Livings 3iS a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnatl and Living- sIlOpui ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays Title Accm north bound 620 a m No 11 Stanford and Maya 720 p m yule Accm sonth bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan t3O p m ford northbound Hew Firm Having purchased the grocery and upat business of Robert Hurst near L fc N depot I cordially invite all my rietids as well as all patrons of the old iirm to call on me when needing any hlng in this line I will carry con tautly in stock only the best of goods tiid my meat market will be supplied vith the nices stock to be had and will iphold my reputation for being a neat lean butcher I also desire to purchase five cows giving from three to four gallons milk per day Again soliciting a share of i our patronage I am respectfully v Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 IGmtf Agents Wanted t6 a day made by our men selling xir Lights Write for terms Chicago tir Light Co 83 5th Ave Chicago Tour Trip to the Worlds eg Fair St Louis in J 904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to the Mound City and an unobstructed Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District ofthe Fatherof Waters should be made by the Big Pow RouteiJeSdtbern Agent WAfgNJYNttG4PT tt1 Jt B 5 JT061WI Worlds FairRotMr Natural Gateway t ST LOUIS j and the ouisiana Purchase Exposition TrackdllUTe way of the 5a 5rsPa- rlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Caches with High Back Seats flIurated Folder of the WorldtFafurnisbed free on 11 send be- sIher4orCblY the St Loulq S IwriFair March t liJsiae of trins sleeping or III C Jlaccommo dRtIB8 addrllil8 Qitr 1OP MeCARTY PrAIiNKCincinnati ohio f Deat torgs we ekewIew uwp rfor in UM mtehtmt tsiIIu Ibis alL 9V mrk to gardti tlel h + il JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch OlDie 2J8 Equitable Bldi Denver Colorado c c C FRANK A JfJUGHT Vte President Branch Offloo 910 Tacom ClikRgo Illinois ttr There is nothing like Good FLOL- e y fy Every housewife every cook Hf re t Good Gakes Ro J Biscuits cannot be made without good Flourt mill turns out the very best that can be Our process for making Flour and Me the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Pr Belle of Madison JMADE BY THE I Elliston Mill I WACO KENTUCKY Wall Paper fand Painting ft I We have just received HicblfnS the newest patterns in VALLaAP1Uand shall be glad to have you flallrianrt In spect our stock bt fore buyjrtg We Have the Goods i and the Price to Suit a114 We have secured the servefB paitandinteriorpaper you buy from us put eri3 tuo desire and will guttrante au yrkiine by him We are also h shatautt1cej- obs of House Painting and will be glad to furnish fcjmatsvs Call and see us before makU1t jftfi in tracts Perry ThOiftsI It 5i t t super 10 If u of YOU A RemindM t i LThat we are right in the push with our stock of Ie 1 Ie of jr 11 ri 74 LXe Z cc- c ca1Y ae m iel e Vr I Laces Warnb9aLth e beset quality ifl- Ilings Gve us a ClII antlgvesalisfaction Whlie iiffiooiCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY youIwantI lv eiTati RICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa Bros irfXlN STREET PHONE 155 FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR j CJ Boquet flour lakeside Peas at 20c a Can he Climax EDNESDAY JUNE 1 1904 Nct Monday will be County jnrtday Kansas City is in danger ni another oil disaster E Deatheraue pays the highest ice for wool tf 150383 men are employed in the ex utive civil service of the United ates 150 round trip to Cincinnati next inday via the L A Train leaves 6amJames McDonald has been acquit d of the murder of Miss Schaeffer at sdford Indiana Senator Quays funeral was held esterday and was very simple accord g to his request The eleventh annual elocutionary mtest will be held at Waltons Opera ouse in Stanford on June 11 The Christian Endeavor will give a Irawberry supper at the court house n Friday night June 10th 2t A tew days aco the tamous trotting- are Nancy Hanks was sold at public nction at Readville Mass for 4000 HThe Ladies Aid Society of the First reebyterian church will meet this ternoon at 430 in the lecture room flic Cecilmn Cluh will holds Us t meeting of the eoaeon with M ate Valker this afternoon at 230 clockThe Missionary Society of the First resbyterlan church will hold its regu Ir monthly meeting Friday afternoon t 4 oclock The horse lovers were entertained ist Friday night after thB mptinee aces at Joes by Mr Jeptha Chenanlt rith a delicious repast H Yt5Wq purchase a Carriage Road Bart lluirev Phaeton or in fact any thing in this line at your own prico tom the Richmond Carriace Works K The rccular meeting of the Pattle SL day Infirmary Association will be iteM next Tuesday afternoon A full gtendance Is most earnestly esired Sunday trains on the L A gives bu an opportunity to spend the dsy Eltill Springs or in the mountains eft notice elsewhere for schedule and tea Ve purin ed our vehicles to sell id it von will only call and get prices B will prove this assertion mid make yon nn everlasting friend ami custo er tf S L Midkiff Prop Two cottages on Hill ptreet the opertv of W S HuHley ware almost tally de troyeil by fire Sunday niirht tie bnildiliKfl wore occupied by colored H pIp Damace several hundred dol ra JJ IjSomething to Do You Want to Drive In a stylish elegant andhandsome Buggy v Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabout xvvck VJOovVs Richmond i e 1t S 1rOQJ TheFinishing Touch You will never ap pear properly dress ed without the fin ishing touch This you will not have laundryIs To be certain of this send your laun r1 dry to the M N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry Office Rice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone 118 Goods called for and delivered Free of Charge Sa tlsfartlon guaranteed It will pay you to see E Deatherage before selling your wool tf J Dr McFerran Crowe of Versailles was elected one of the Trustees of the State Dentist Association at Louisville Ten people were instantly killed and fifteen severely wounded by the explosion of towboat Fred Wilson at Louisville last Thursday morning at 320 oclock Never before could you secure a firstclass vehicle as cheap as we are now offering them Call and Ret i prices Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Prop We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in oufshow room It will pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year CaH and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L Midkiff Prop Postponed The historic Eetill Contennial family Reunion has again been postponed It will take placein St Louis on June 17th Berea Postmasters Salary Increased Under the annual readjustment of s ilariea of presidential postmasters the salary of tho postmaster at Berea this nnnnty was increased from 1800 to S1400 I Ice Cream 5epper Tomorrow night June 2nd the ladies of the Second Presbyterian Church will give an ice cream supper in the vacant store room in the Grand Opera House builningi Let everybody attend Handsome Gelling Sold Mr Jim Neale sold Friday last to Mi Tevis Wilkoreon of Lexington his trotting gelding 4 years old by Dr Hooker for SOOO This gentleman will be quite an acquisition to the stable of Mr Wilkerson Dwelling Destroyed On last Wednesday night our CIti- zens were aroused from their lethian slumbers at 2 oclock by the alarm of fire The fire was located on Irvine street and the twostory frame residence belonging to Jennie Phelps colored with its contents was destroyed No insurance Kentucky Editors Tho members of the Kentucky Press Association will meet in Louisville on Monday June 13 at which time an election of officors will be held After all business is transacted the associa tion will leave jfuesday night for St Louis for a vlsi to Worlds Fair This promises to be a most pleasant trip for the editors a great many oi whom are plnnninsr to go An Appeal Taken Mrs Lpvinia Estill Cunningham of Bourbon Co Ky executed a supeire dens bond as guardian of Nannie Chen ault Clay and has taken the case to the higher court where she has the utmost assurance of the final triumph She is still the guardian of the child and of the property which belonged to her deceased daughter Mrs Estelle C enanlt Clay r lpc EATtwJ is ttiWlLVS an interesLingu1jcLespeciiI1y when tJyou know where to find JSTich We have everythin season in the grocery line JIII jGreen Vegetables all kinds of j Canned Goods Fruits Candies L in fact everything that can be found in a first Jclass grocery We call special attention to our lineIt Jof SEEDS We handle all kinds of FIELD AND i t GARDEN SEEDSiGIVE ifA CALL 1 J Harbor quguelg Successors2toEDeatherage Co I I ttt t t t tt ist t d V nt a HwEiv rRT ni- e 7 r 4 tt il0 it IJ iA r f t f T Cool Suits Time now to put away that heavy winter Suit and get into ones choosingLighttand plenty of suits just right for all the year round wear Colors styles and sizes to suit everybody in our great stock at prices that are positively low for good quality E S65O 8 IO125OS1 Mens neat durabe WASH SUITS as low as 150 And a fine assortment of Thin Coats White Vests Lightweight Trousers w etc at low prices I Negligee Shirts 1 Its safe to say that we show more fine Shirts than Easytc beautiful colors and tyles 50c 1 L50 Best Work Shirts cut full and roomy with long tails arid sleeves 50c w t t For Sale If not sold privately on or before Wednesday June 1st I will offer at Public Auction my residence on Moberley Avonue The resi deuce contains eight rooms two halls und basement with water works throughout building andis one of the most conveniently arranged buildings in Richmond There are also on the promIses all necessary outbuildings J D RAWLINS Democratic Mass Meeting A mass meeting of tho Democrats of Madison county is hereby called to meet at the Court House in Richmond Ky on Saturday June 41904a at 2 oclock p m to select delegates to attend the State Convention to be held in Louisville Ky Juno 8 1004 to lect delegates from Kentucky to the National Convention to be held in St Louis July C 1004 for the purpose of nominating Democratic candidates for President and Vice President ard comply with the requirements of a call issued by the State Democratic Committee IL W MIILER Chairman Crab Orcbara Fair The Crab Orchard Association will July 27 28 and 29 04 the morning and riiiii trotting races fn thin body Invited R W D Wallm Sec Pros Ciadnnati Excursion Sunday June 5 via the L A The above road will run an excur sion to Cincinnati next Sunday June C at rate of 150 for the round trip Train leaves Richmond at C a m and returning wll leave Cincinnati sit 830 p in from the Grand Contra depot H U smith GF P A Farm Sold Mr G B Lamb of Paint Lick sold hts farm which he recently purchased from E L Woods to Gen Tread way of one of the mountain counties Mr Lambs farm contained 100 acres and brought 75 per acre which price Is considered good When the farm was purchased from Mr Woods it brought 65 per acre Mr Lamb bought the Vm Adams farm near Pond church paying 10000 for sallie The Show is Coming The Sun Brothers mammoth new railroad shows museum of wonders trained animal exposition which is billed to exhibit at Richmond on Tues day June 14 ilt being received this sea son by thousands of delighted specta tors and unqualifiedly every newspaper and patronized alike by tho brains wealthy fashion arid masses Dott miss the opportunity or attending thp largest and best one ring show extant irand free street parade at 11 a m day of show Two performances daily rain or shine 2 and R p in Doors open one hour earlier Special Judges Appointed On last Thursday Governor Beck ham appointed exCircuit Judge John E Cooper of Mt Sterling special Judge of the Harrison Circuit Court to preside in thp trial of the cases of the Commonwealth against James Bach Edward Callahan B F french and George Bowling The cases grew out nt the trial of Uirtis Jett and Tom White at Cvnthiqna last winter The regular Judge was disqualified from sittiig In the cases The Governor also appointed Hon J A Sullivaiir of this city H special Judge of the Lee Circuit Court to preside ui the trial of a num ber of civil SMCS ori the doefcot kthe lllP JutJlfI b tirilJiL 1 r i Dr mOlt Honored At the annual meeting of the Ken tucky Homedpathic Medical Association held last week in Lexington Dr O E Sm ot of this city was elected Vice President the second highest honor In the bestowal of the society Dr Smoot was also chairman of the Bureau of Ptdalo y and road a splendid paper on Asthma Preaching Rev JHOliphant of Orawfordsville lad a preacher of the old Baptist Association will Breach at old Cane Spring on the first Friday Saturday and Sun day in June on the following Monday and Tuesday at Flat Woods and on Wednesday and Thursday at Little Richmond near the Water W rks commonly known as Millers Church What the BtattyriUe Excursion Did Aside from the general business and the pleasure connected with the Beattyville excursion to our city on this twentieth thore was a tinge of romance which overshadowed the occasion Mr Dan W Minton of this city and Miss Pattie Beatty of Beattyvilo who hind been sweethearts for a number of years decided to join hands and hearts for weal or woe and accordingly were quietly married on that day Kir Minton has for several years been the popular freight conductor for the L A railroad while his brideis one of Beatty villes most popular young ladies The young couple are exceedingly pop p1a witi aLrf I Ifrienl8whz- oThursday June 2nd Organ iesJLawns f Swisses Ginghams ili lf i2lf ma Is B W TURNER y Ak Pf4m 9Tailor Jim Lackey Overcome iSv Hcmesickcess A crowd of admiring friends gathered at tile jail Friday night to welcome SprlntSandular love feast Tim ONeil askecThim If Dr Greenway diagnosed his trouble correctly and Jim answered hINo bj Ginnies he didnt because he said my color was bad Then Mr Lackey told hbri homesick he got and Jiow his wife ridiculed hinvfor acting the baby this first time he ever got out of sight of Boonesborongb Ferry which only made it worse Instead of their returning via the Wotlds Fair as they had in tended Jim said Old woman I want tp go home I want to fatten those pigs and pay for this trip to thunder with the Exposition I had rather see Judge Rice or Tim oNeil than to see President Francis or stroll down 4The Pike at the Fair Accordingly y packed up their duds andatarced homeward and when the train reached the cftj limits of Richmond Friday night Jim looked out the window and exclaimed Old woman you see lhat light ia time court house clock Thats the prettiest sjghJiTye seen sncel Joftoht Rich muidibrs es9I t t cc jTu 1 i Straw Hats Mighty few stores keep such assortments of Straw Hats as youll find here Every thing for both weekday and Sunday wear Newest and nobbiest shapes for young men andstaple styles for the older headssome thing to please every fancy JOc to 350 Genuine Panamas in the latest blocks at 750 same as sold in the big cities at ten to twelve dol- larsLight Shoes Ours is the biggest and best stock of Mens youtHfindthe finest and lightest Patent Kid Vici Kid and Velour Calf made in low cut shapes or regular shoes in all the newest styles as wellas broad easy lasts of the most com I fortable kinds Prices run I J502 2503 350 Softest and easiest plow shoes made 125 and 150 thlldrens Day On next Sunday morning at eleven oclock the Sunday School of the First Presbyterian church will observe Chill drens Day The hour will bo devoted to the exercises by the young people hers will be solos choruses duets recitations etc all of which promise to be very entertaining Everybody is Invited to attend these services Winchester The thy of thurehes With the completion of the Old Baptist church on Fairfax and Highland streets we shall have eighteen religious organizations in the city owning their own houses of worship One oth er the Christian Scientists who occu py rented quarters and the College Y M C A at Kentucky Wesleyau Tho influence of these organizations is far reaching and accounts in a large measure for the morality for which our city is noted Winchester Democrat New Coal and Lumber Yard In this issue of tho CLIMAX will be found theadvertisementof Ed Blanton Cos new lumber and coal yard which is situated opposite the L A depot Mr Blanton is well known here and is thorougly acquainted with the lumber business having been associated with the Mers mill for a num liar of years He is a brother of Mr L It Blanton tho well known coal dealer He solicits tly jmtronace of perBJt 1 l top P rp 1i I Plfb3JtR pro J ratt iist u24 fAnnocnces ror f Iip r in pro seuung to the voters of Madison county the name of Mr S P Goodor Red House as a candidate for Assessor subject to the notion of the Democratic party Mr Good is a man of sterling worth and stands high in the estima tion of all those who know him He is a Democrat of the old school beleiving in the fundamental principles and teachings of Thomas Jefferson the greatLItJIlent of religious iBkIP l w 11ttor rl oTnlifMr Good asks that the voters kindly consider his claims upon the democracy and1hlfluence Fire on Orange Street Last Satnrday morning about 9 oclock the fire department responded to a call on Orange street When the brigade arrived on the scene the two Wry frame dwelling owned by Mr Joe McSwaiu and occupied by his daughter Mrs Doyle Hisle was completely enveloped In flames Ihe building with nearly all its contents was a toal loss Had it not been for some of her neighbors Mrs Hisle pos sibly would have succumbed to the flames Her dress caught on fire while she was trying to save her household goods and she was only saved by the timely assistance of friends who ex tinguished the flames by throwing bucket of water on her and carrying her from the burn ng building Mrs Hisle la a widow woman in humble circumstances and her loss is Irreparable A few days ago a young man who was boarding at the Hisle home took ill with what was first supposed to be scarlet fever but later proved to be measles On Saturday morning Mrs Hisle proceeded to fumigate the building with the result hs above stated Had it not been for the timely rrival orthe fira fighters there Isiio doubt that much property would have wen consumed by the fire kIngasa iirong wind was blowing at the time caughttIreBe fcklayers Wanted CqmpeTeht bricklayers can secure fmmediat mpiqynient transportation furishiebMdteesint Coutrasqr1- 4lAjrt i nlillb b4y V fE A Mot Remarkable Resemblance The famous cocoa and chocolate house of Walter Baker of Dorchester Mass are sending out a superb colored lithograph of a young girl attired in rustic fashion with a torn straw hat covering a wealth of ringlets that fall gracefully over the shoulders of the laughing girl This picture as it adorns the wall of Covln ton A Arnolds store is the sub ject of constant attention since every body believes tho picture to be that of Mr T T Covingtons daughter Miss Heater Any number of Mr Covingtonri customers and friends have viewed the picture and declared it to be the living image of his beautiful daughter and one ady from Garrard refused to believe the contrary ainj compelled ntr Covingon to part with the picture that she might place it iu her parlor Mr Covington has ordered some ex tra copies of the picture and since so- mimany persons declare it to be from a photo of Miss Covington he hiss about come to the conclusion that it is a fact and not merely a coincidence The picture rONlly is the of some gifted artists brain but it willrequire a sworn affidavit to convince the lady from Garrard and many others that the firm of Baker k Co did not steal a snap shot f the young lady to whom it hears such a lifelike resemblance fitting Exercises of Madison Institute ihqclusiiiu exercises fJhls excellent wele very much enjoyed by entertainmontitat 1inI the 21st IrUlgl rnfning on the part of time ii aiijsSuuday time 22d was tcahaiurthite 111 Time sermon was- mehivetl TyAitW KAzbill of Co- IlImblR81 Ylt itlte ttiio finest ad tlnsaes oVtd heart in Itiolilnond Thl1 charming aiitertuiIitimeitLThi0 House Muiidaynight bytjfgijbldreii 01 the primary and prepjtritory partmentB was a groat fitctp5 amid Highly elli yed by the largatidieiice that witnessed it a iwas Jay and the exercises of time tla wow m i lie hands ot the senior class who iiuve a highly creditable entertainment ml Tuesday night the seniors gave tijrjccpmmon or prontenaite p cmi which war- itJjTt1rmtiyIl1ntiillAtiMl Wlttitilertrh ii 1c this ocndon- va D ts e tflflchInhoIidtIhiI- WeLI ini8Xiilghit aimoth- meritliiaiu Thatifitirecmtal wtta given rii the sob 4 chapel and it was of th same high oiter as the one given Sat urday iilmit On Monday Tuesday mimi WeOneday a large number of per sons visite the art studio to see the pioildid w rk in China water colors oil etc do 10 by the art class under time instruction of the talented Miss feppard Thursday at 10 a m the Commencement exercises were held in the Christian church A very line address was delivered by Mr WJ demos alter which President MeGarvey in a brief and appropriate speech delivered he diplomas to the eight graduates whose names are as follows Eliza both Tribble Matilda Douglas Rose May Moberley Blanche Vandeveer Lila Deatuerage Maude Martin Eliza lath Embry and Margaret Ricea fine ooking class The gold medal for proficiency in spelling was given to Miss Lila Deatherage The delightful music which was furnished by the school irchestra was highly praised by every hody The full orchestra now numbers fiiurtcen members Time entire series of closing rFidees were a great ireat o our ptople President McGarvey juinouncff that it the people will give Madison Institute ther hearty support during the next session he will give then even better entertainments next year than they had this year and it is tobe hoped tbatour peoplE will show their appreciation of tbistiic best limitation of the kind in the State by patromzinir it most heartily It is the only femahi college In Kentucky that keeps a Jlnmilty composed of graduates of ench iiiKltntions as the University of Mileage liiH University of fAun Arbor the greatest American mind Enroppan schools of mnsii and art and others of the worlds greatest ConvetMidVlirbe Julytl f The Democratic Statouv fur Kentucky will mehiJiosislVi- hmestIay July JSJ The Cuunt JLcH ve JftfillJt Yarj tfuf i t v fy iv ANDI Cool Underwe ifi1t Let us fit out with the h k vEUnderwear f bly wears well and costs right Ai1 thing andeverything to choose frorn 25 50c and I Extra sizes for big men BARKERS i V COLLARS Hot weather demands more Collars and he4is place to get exactly what you wanteerpheight and shape always on hand We Barker brandsevery Collar pure linen of Ma itythey laundry best look best wear besg B them == 2 for 2561s Other good ce foe Plenty of Rubber Collars for both mei j t r ii BANKittNew Coal Yard The Big Hill Coal Co has opened a retail coal yard at the old Christian yard formerly occupied by H F Barker near the L N R R depot We are now prepared to furnish the public an excellent quality of coal at very low prices Now is the time to buy your winter supply while summer prices are in effect We respectfully solicit a share of your patronage and your orders will be filled promptly BIG HILL COAL Co Phone 93 H F Barker Agent May 25 1904 tf Horses tor Sale If you want to buy a good horseyou will be afforded an opportunity on Monday June 6th as on that day there will be 76 head on sale at Embry Stockyards In this lot there are 40 head of 1 and 2 yearolds 25 head 3 and 4 year old mares weight 1200 to 1300 pounds each 10 head wellbroke horses 6 to S years old weight 1300 to 1COO pounds each These horses are Perschon bred and have become acclimated having been in Kentucky one year They are ready for use and must be sold Any body wishing to make a purchase should not fail to call and see them Matinee Races Haxhall Stock Farm was visited on Friday last by about eight hundred enthusiastic horse men and lovers of the turf There were a number of green horses worked out making remarkable good time fur so early in the season Two races had been made up among the amatuer drivers of this city but owing to sickness among the equine one race was declared ofT much to the disappointment of the crowd assembled The first race was called at 230 when the following gentlemen behind their respective entries sanguine of success Messrs Jeptha Chenault Ir vine Hume and Sporty Pete Ferreill toed the mark for the first half mile heat the race being two in three As we are not acquainted with the names of the horses we will give the drivers by heats as they finished First HeatJoe Chenault Pete Fer nell Irvine Hume Jeptha Chenault Second Heat Hume Joe Chenault Jeptha Chenault Ferriell Third Heat Jeptha Ohenault Joe Chonault Hume Ferriell Fourth HeatJeptha Chenault Joe Chenault Hume Mr BC Traynor behind Clarence C by Haxhall owned by W C Gorm ley and also proprietor ot Haxhall Stock Farm and Mr Dave Wilcox with his fast pucer gave us a splendid exhibition mile in 229 which speaks well for their ability as race horses Mr Thos Collins 4yearold pacing mare by Uaxhall but with little hand ling was sent an eighth to beat 10 seconds making the distance in 15J The lovers of horse flesh should doff their hats with praise to Messrs Gorm lay and Traynor m their untiring efforts to rebuild a business which for some time past seemed was doomed to die in this county Gentlemen in the future when you have a good one that needs to be taught the way to go dont run off to Lexington or some other sea port to have his gait squared away when we in our own midst have the best mile track in the State and last but not least our trainer Mr H C Traynbr we hold second to none h United states S j I J L J oiqSaIr IH Circuit last week jury in llama Newoomb gave fiftythree years 1 had formerly been s one years killing served y was paroled having stolen a noin violating his victed him last weekaltsentence anti addi r eleven years tenre fiftythree yMre Calrchl High cbslCac Thursday night lu High School will begu4 ment exercises at S odr2 I Opera House with t program Time sgLliL thoroughly drilled ijSp it caaion and all grads the Cantata The K Time public is meat attended this to tW entertainment the uaftt of ten cents will beciMlgttt Friday night Ju i will be concluded irith ceremonies There mtfigtit this year They ai i ICfS Alexander Cerdie CJiktvp jKatieK Doty and Jerry Po dress to graduates wIll Hon J A Sullivan admission on this occu trons and friends of the vited to attend these ext conclusion of vhi cards will repair tft ilding where a nqueb will be served I m m m 8 II f I SV eSigll of lliI kfl vaK C t t W v- JI i tIu that carries off the blue ribbon for the prettiest and most etc is OWEN McKEES coi- rrn 1IEl The for the i D elusively by us is OWEN McKEE tner Ivrain aiyist strcts1- D Wi t rnThe House that has the exclusive salof Regia Safetn P itiEtj 8 jm TTheisOWEN4 1i- m DrMcKEES corner Main and First streets e 0 Lrn rn- rn The House i 1Jrn for DresR3oods Wash Goods Novelty Suitings Lawns Dimities Madras OxL jII fords Silks Ribbons etc The House for everything thats best in the Dry rn Goods line first and always OWEN McKEES corner Main and First Sts rn j El 11rn100 t hUndreds of wondeithi values tobe had In every deptrtr9I If c ELI JQlWJ jliIp Efn 600D5NOT1ONS Suii CLOAKS FURS WItAPS C k the Oei the for for lIe ten He nal unsenrwlv On tar entie- rencouragement iir the V no F3 is J 4n d and younte eaTat PHONE 232e 5 t S ft9 rasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 1- 6FRESll nnnn Groceries AGENTS FOR j CJ Boquet flour akeside Peas at 20c a Can Richmond Climax DNESDAY JUNE 1 1904 Next Monday will be County rtday Kansas City is in danger ot another d disaster E Dcatherage pays the highest s for wool U 1A383 men are employed in the ex tire civil service of the United es 150 round trip to Cincinnati next day via the L A Train leaves a m- flames McDonald line been acquit of the murder of Miss Schaeffer at ford Indiana Senator Quays funeral was held erday and was very simple accord to his request The eleventh annualelocutionary test will be held at Waltons Opera use in Stanford on June 11 The Christian Endeavor will give a wberry supper at the court house Friday night June 10th 2t A tew days ago the tamous trotting fe Nancy Hanks was sold at public lion at Raadville lass for 4000 The Ladies Aid Society of the First esbyterian church will meet this moon at 430 in the lecture room The Oecilian Club will holds its mooting of the season with Miss ie Walker this afternoon at 280 lock The Missionary Society of the First sliytflrian church will hold its regn monthly meeting Friday afternoon oclock The horse lovers were entertained Friday night after the mctinee es at Toes by Mr Jeptha Chenault h a delicious repast You can purchase a Carriage Road- t Hngey Phaeton or in fact nor rtg in tins line at your own price m the Richmond Carriage Works The rptnlar meeting of the Pattie Clay Infirmary Association will be rt next Tuesday afternoon A full ndance is most earnestly esired nnday trains on the LVfe A gives fan opportunity to spend the day stIll Springs or in tbo mountains notice elsewhere for schedule and JVe purchased our vehicles to sell it yoU will only call and get prices rill provn this assertion and make on everlasting friend ant custo 1 tf S L Midkiff Prop tWO cottages on Hill street the rtv of W S Hnnley were almost y destroyed by fire Sunday niirht Buildings were occupied by colored jle Damage several hundred dol Something to 1 Do You Want to Drivet In a stylishelegant and handsome Buggy PhaetonKDepot Wagcin1Surrey or Runabout 0OTtSS TheFinishing Touch You will never appeal properly dress ed without the finishing 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 JOfflce Rice Arnold Shoe Store Phone ofChargeSatjsfactlon It will pay you to see E Deatherage before selling your wool tf Dr McFerran Crowe of Versailles was elected one of the Trustees of the State Dentist Association at Louisville Ten people were instantly killel and fifteen severely wounded by the explosion of towboat Fred Wilson at Louisville last Thursday morning at 320 oclock Never before could you secure a firstclass vehicle as cheap as we are now offering them Call and get prices Richmond Carriage Works S L aiidkiff Prop We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It wiil pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L Midkiff Prop Postponed The historic Estill Centennial family Reunion has again been postponed It will take place in St Louis on June 17th Btiea Postmasters Salary Increased Under the annual readjustment of ilariea of presidential postmasters the salary of the postmaster at Berea this county was increased from SI300 to S1410 Ice Cream Pepper Tomorrow night June 2nd the ladies of theSecond Presbyterian Church will give an ice cream supper in the vacant store room ir the Grand Opera House builuingi Let everybody attend Handsome Gelding Sold Mr Jim Neale sold Friday last to Mi Tevis Wilkereon of Lexington his trotting gelding 4 years old by Dr Hooker for 000 This gentleman will be quite an acqusition to the stable of Mr Wilkerson Dwelling Destroyed On last Wednesday night our citi zens were aroused from their lethian slumbers at 2 oclock by the alarm of fire The fire was located on Irvine street and the twostory frame residence belonging to Jennie Phelps colored with its contents was destroyed No insurance Kentucky Editors The members of the Kentucky Press Association will meet in Louisville on Monday June 13 at which time an election of officers will be held After all business is transacted the association will leave Tuesday night for St Louis for a visit to the Worlds Fair This promises to be a most pleasant trip for the editors a great many ot whom are planning1 to EO An Appeal Taken Mrs Lavinia Estill Cunningham of Bourbon Co Ky executed a superce deas bond as guardian of Nannie Chen ault Clay and has taken the case to the higher court where she has the utmost assnrancn of the final trinmph She is still the guardian of the child and of the property which belonged to her deceased daughter Mrs Estellt Chenault Clay rEAT j tjis LIWItVS an interestingsugj cteswcially when II- IJ you know where to find such We have everything J 111 season in the grocer line Green Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies L in fact everything that can be found in a first class grocery We call special attention to our line fwiof SEEDS We handle all kinds of FIELD AND 1 GARDENj IA SEEDSL GIVE US A CALL j C Harbor quguelg c SuccessorsIto2El atherage Co S r u 0 J 4 TV I1T F Cool Suits r Time now to put away that heavy winter Suit and get into one tof our more comfortable weights All kinds here for your choosing r Light thin things for hottest weather medium weights for spring use tand plenty of suits just right for all the year round wear Colors 4 styles and sizes to suit everybody in our great stock at prices that are V positively low for good quality 565QJIO125fl15 Andta Negligee Shirts Its safe to say that we show more fine Shirts than Easytsbeautiful colors and styles SOc j9 L50 c Best Work Shirts cut full androomy t with long tails and sleeves 50c j r 1 1f1 to CLO For Sale If not sold privately on or before Wednesday June 1st I will offer at Public Auction my residence on Moherley Avenue The residence contains eight rooms two halls and basement with water works throughout building and is one of the most conveniently arranged buildings in Richmond There are also on the premises all necessary outbuildings JD RAWLINS Democratic Mass Meeting A mass meeting of the Democrats of Madison county is hereby called to meet at the Court House in Richmond Kyon Saturday June 4 1004 at 2 oclock p m to select delegates to at tend the State Convention to be held in Louisville Ky June 8 mOl to se lect delegates from Kentucky to the National Convention to be held in St Louis July C 1904 for the purpose of nominating Democratic candidates for President and Vice President and comply with the requirements of a call issued by the State Democratic Committee R W MnLEtt Chairman Crab Orcbua Fair The Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association will hold their meeting July 27 28 and 29 04 Show rings in the morning and rnnning pacing and trotting races fn thin afternoon Every body invited R H Bronupth W D Wallm Sec Pros Cincinnati Excursion Sunday Jte5 vlithe L A The above road wilt run an excur sion to incinnati next Sunday June 5 at rate of Sl50 for the round trip Train leaves Richmond at 6 a m and returning will learn Cincinnati nt 830 p m from the Grand Contml InpUt H It Smith GP P A Farm Sold lrG B Lamb of Paint Lick sold his farm which he recently purchased from E L W6ods to Gen Tread way of one oftho mountain counties Mr Lambs farm contained 100 acres and brought S75 per acre which price Is considered good When the farm was purchased from Mr Woods it brought 65 per acre Mr Lamb bought the Wm Adams farm near Pond chur h paying 10000 for same Tti Show U ComIng The Sun Brothers mammoth new ravlroad shows museum of wonders trained animal exposition which is billed to exhibit at Richmond on Tues day June His being received this sea son by thousands of delighted spectators and unqualifiedly every newspa per and patronized alike by the brains wealthy fashion and masses Dont miSS the opportunity of attending time largest and best one ring show extant irand free street parade at 11 a m day of show Two performances daily rain or sinn 2 and 8 p m Doors pen One hour earlier Special Jodjes Appointed On last Thursday Gdyernor Beck ham appointed exCircnit Judge John K Cooper of Mt Sterling special Judge of the Harrison Circuit Court to preside in the trial of the cases of the Commonwealth against James Bach Edward Callahan B F French and George Bowling The cases grew out nt the trial of Curtis Jett and Toni Vlzite lit Ovnthiaot last winter Tile regular Judge was disqualified from I 8iUliK In Jl cases The Governor also appointed lion J A Sullivan of this city R special Judgeof the Lee Circuit Qoiut td preside Jn tIle trial of a num her of civil ciwes on the dQckh ss the I fffcftUr lIWb dbarrr1 dtt Dr Smoot Honored At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Homeopathic Medical Associa Hon held last week in Lexington Dr U E Sm ot of this city was elected Vice President the second highest honor in Ulf bestowal of the society Dr Suloot was also chairman of the Bureau of Ptdalngy andread a splen did paper on Asthma Preaching Rev JHOliphantof Crawfordsville Ind a preacher of the old Baptist Asso ciation will preach at old Cane Spring on the first Fridav Saturday and Sun day in June on the following Monday and Tuesday at Flat Woods and on Wednesday and Thursday at Little Richmond near the Water Works commonly known as Millers Church What the BeattyriUe Excursion Did Aside from the general business amid the pleasure connected with the Beattyville excursion to our city on time twentieth there was a tinte of romance wjiirh overshadowed the occasion Mr Dan W Minton of this city and Miss Pattie Beatty of Beattyvile who lied beer sweethearts for number of years decided to join hands and hearts for weal or woe and accordingly were quietly married on that lay Mr Minion has for several years been ttif popular freight conductor for the L A A railroad while his bride is one or most popular young ladies The young couple are exceedingly pop ular with a large circle of friends who wish them muoh happiness Thursday June 2nd Organdies Lawns Swisses Ginghams ndaU 1 ialsS iltr B W TURNER i3a4m Tailor Jim Lackey Orercometiy Homestcfccess A crowd of admiring friends gathered at the jail Friday night to welcome Jailor Lacky home from Hot Springs and he turned the reception into a rei ular love feast Tim OKeil asked him if Dr Green way diagnosed his trouble correctly anti Jim an were No bj Ginniea he didnt because he said my color was bad Thou Mr Lackey told how homesick ho got and how his wife ridiculed him for acting the baby time first time he ever got out of sight of Boonesborough Ferry which only made it worse Instead of their returning via the Worlds Fair as they had in tended Jim said Old woman I want to go home I want to fatten those pig and pay for this trip to thunder wit the Expositions I had rather see Judge Rice or Tim ONell than to see President Fraticis or stroll down The Pike at the Fair Accordingly they pack ed up their dudsund started honuevran and when the train touched the citjjj limits of Richmond Friday night Jim iookcdo1t the window anti exclaimei Old wotnan you se that light inthf court house clock JTbafa the prettiest sigbt Ifveueen BincdlT left WgutnJnHw meka jifW l t ie Straw Hats Mighty few stores keep such assortments of Straw Hats as youll find here Everything for both weekday and Sunday wear Newest and nobbiest shapes for young men andstaple styles for the older headssome thing to please every fancylOc to 350 Genuine Panamas in the latest blocks at 750 same as sold in the big cities at ten to twelve dollars Light SHoes Ours is the biggest and best stock of Men s youllfindthe finest and lightest Patent Kid Vici Kid and Velour Calf made in low cut shapes or regular shoes in all the newest styles as wellas broad easy lasts of the most comfortable kinds Prices run 3L5Q 2 250 3 350 Softest and easiest plow shoes made 125 and 150 FITS Heattyvilles Childrens Day On next Sunday morning at eleven clpck the Sunday School of the First Presbyterian church will observe Chil drens Day The hour will be devoted- to the exercises by the young people There will be solos choruses duets recitations tcaJlof which promise to be very entertaining Everybody is in vited to attend these services Windnste far Qty of Ihurehej With the completion of the Old Baptist church on Fairfax and Highland streets we shall religious organizations h1veflgbteen their own houses of other the Christian Scientists who occu py rented quarters and the Coljege Y M C A at Kentucky Wesleyan Tim influence of these far reaching and accounts in a large measure for the morality for which oar cltyiia noted WincIiBster Denibcrat New Coal and Lumber Yai In this issue of the CLIUAX will be found t imeadvertiseument p1 Ed Ulanton Cos new lumber and coal yard which is situated opposite the L A depot Mr Blanton is well known here and is thorotigly acquainted with the lumber businen liaving beeii asso ciated with the herl mill fur a num bar of years He is a brother of Mr iiR Blanton the well known coal dealer lIe solicits the patronage of persois buying coal and lumber and promising fair dealing and prompt and polite attention Announces For Assessor This week we take pleasure in pre senting to the voters of Madison county tIme name of Mr S P Good of Red House as a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Good is a man of sterling worth and stands high in the estima tion of all those who know him He is albemocrat of the uldschool beleiving in the fundamental principles and teachings of Thomas Jefferson the greatest exponent of religions and po litical freedom this world over knew He has been at ail times a consistent Lworkfirfqr the party carrying its iri- nlrGdasksinfUoVnhat tile yoter5kmiy 1CfIworth that they ufce tlreir support arid influence In his behalf Fire oa Urange Street Last Saturday morning about 9 oclock the fire department responded to a call on Orange street When the brigade arrived on the scene the two story frame dwelling owned by Mr Joe McSwain and occupied by his daughter Mrs Dovie Hisle was completely enveloped In flames The building with nearly all its contents was it toal loss Had it not been for some of her neighbors Mrs lisle pos slimly would have succumbed to the flames Her dress caught on fire wbije she was trying to save her household goods and filio was only saved by the timely assistance of friends who ex tinguished time flames by throwing lbucket of water on her and carrying her from the burn ng building Mrs Hisle la a widow woman in humble circumstances atid her loss is irreparable A few days ago a young man who eras boarding at the Hisle home took ill with what was first supposed to be scarlet fever but later proved to be measles Oh Saturday morniug Mrs lisle proceeded to fumigate the onilding with time result hs above stated Had it slot been for the timely rrivnl6jt the fire fighters there Is tio doubt that much property would have wen consumed by the fire king as a wind was blowing at the time Several adjoining buildings caught fire but no damage was dorio Bricklayers Wanted OoHipetent bricklayers cak eeeHra tlllm 4mRIe employment transpttrt MeW fHrnto ItiY Mdre ing ontriMtMstj 13 r lea li4 eaIYii1 K- piJ f h ft l i b1l AiJIwt Remarkable Resemblance The famous cocoa andchocolate house of Walter Baker of Dorchester Mass are sending out a superb colored lithographof a young girl attired in rustic fashion with a torn straw hat covering a wealth of ringlets that fall gracefully over the shoulders of the laughing girl This picture as it adorns the wall of Covington Arnolds store is the sub ject of constant attention since every body believes the picture to be that of Mr TT Covington8 daughter Miss Hester Any number of Mr Covingtonti customers and friends have viewed the picture and declared it to be the living image of his beautiful daughter and one ady from Garrard refused to believe time contrary and cbmpellediiTr Covincon to part with the picture that she might place it in her parlor l Mr Covington has ordered some extra copies ot the picture and since so many persons declare it to be from a photo of Miss Covington he has about tiiitne to time conclusion that it is a fact mill not nitrely a coincidence The picture really is the off plng of some gifted artists bruin but It will require ladyIfirm of Bakint Co did riot steal a Hiiap shot of the young lady to whom it hears such II lifelike resemblance Hosing Etcrdscs of Madison institute The closing exercises of this excellent iuslltntiou were much enjoyed our citizens The first entertainment was u mubii and elocution recital on the niglu of the 21st which showed thorough raining on the part of the music teaHers Sunday the 22d waa biiuealaurtute day trite sermon was delivered lit Mr W K Azblll oWe lumbia atd it was one of the finest ad dresses evei heard in Richmond The charming niitertainment at the Opera House Moiidny night by the children 01 tIme prinary and preparatory de purtmentB was a great success anti Highly eui yed by the large audience hat wituetaed it Tuesday was class day and timi exercises of the day wero HI the hands ot the senior class who save a highly creditable entertainment nd Juesdiy night the seniors gave unlr reception or promenade on tile lJeautiU Institute lawn winch was brilliantly illuminated with elerlrl lights Tim music for this occasion was furtiisiied by the Richmond Mill auy aIlU Vihiesday nIght a11otber intc mrecn l vl8 II i i t iiIlltIi arid itvasof t1to- ftl 1 the nci lvtp Sft i r i0jI Qn MnrmuiaTuescl- ayntVetJitiay a iarg ip bmis visithtimtmr stimdi tokeu Hlli- 1llcudill wurk inClitrinrwatercfflorS oil etc do ie by the art class under the Instruaion of the talented Mis IVppard Thursday at 10 a m the Coinuienceiiient exercises were held in till Christian church A very tine ad threes was milivered by Mr W J Loos after which President McQarvey in a brief and appropriate speech deliverer he diplonnti to the eight graduates whose names are as follows Eliza beth Trlbblij Matilda Douglas hose May Mob leY Blanche Vandeveer LiloDeatberage Maude Martin Eliza betb Embry and Margaret Ricea line The gold medal for pro ficiency in spelling was given to Miss Lila DeathnraRe The olightful mu sic which wiis fnrnishedby the Fchoo rchestra wjis highly by every body The full orchestra now numbers fourteen members The entire series of closing tprcises Worn a great remit 0 onr pHij le President McGarvej iIIIUUligC lllUIr It time people will give Madison Iiititnte their full mind hearty support during the next cession he will give dyen better entertainment next year tllttn they had this year and it in to be that our people will show their of best institution in the State by patronizinur it most heartily It is tin only femalw college in Kentucky that keeps a fn lty composed of graduate of such insi iutions as the University ol Chicago liifl University of Michigai t Ann Arl time greatest Americai nmi Enrnpajtn schools of music and art arid othert oftl1a wotlds greatest schools JL The Dem cratic National Convention will trehIinSt Louis Wedn sda jThe Convenjio for K ntaclw will met in Louisvill- eWaesda July 8 IM cemij tV 1eaiocti 0mln011 nit KstuckyUl jHwaabh tl YNQGtKr II sttj w c c C 1FINER j Cool Underwear Let us fit you out with the right kindl Underwearthe kind that fits coinfort bly wears well and costs rightlp Any thing andeverything to chooSefom 25 50C andxExtra sizes for big men 4 I BARKERSi COLLARS J Hot weather demands more Collars and here is th place to get exactly what you wantevery s tBarkeritythey laundry best look best wear bejjLKTM them= 2 for 2561s Other good co Plenty of Rubber Collars for both men ir BANKSUtoU1 FIlING organizations Appreciation New Coal Yard The Big Hill Coal Co has opened a retail coal yard at the old Christian yard formerly occupied by H F Barker near the JtIn N R R depot We are now prepared to furnish the public an excellent quality of coal at very low prices Now is the time to buy your winter supply while summer prices are in efTect We respectfully solicit a share of vour patronage and your orders will bo filled promptlyBia HILL COAL Co Phone 93 H F Barker Agent May 25 1004 tf Horses tor SaleeIf you want to buy a good horacyou will be afforded an opportunity on Monday June 6th as on that day there will be 75 head on sale at Embry Stock yards In this lot there are 40 head of 1 and 2 yearolds 25 head 3 and 4 year old mares weight 1200 to 1800 pounds each 10 head wellbrokt horses 6 to 8 years old weight 1300 to 1600 pounds each These horses are Perschon bred and have become acclimated having been in Kentucky one year They are ready for use and must be sold Any body wishing to make a purchase should not fail to call and see them Matinee Races Haxhall Stock Farm was visited on Friday last by about eight hundred enthusiastic horse men and lovers of the turf There were a number of green horses worked out making remarkable good time for so early in the season Two races had been made up among the amatuer drivers of this city but owing to sickness among the equine one race was declared off much to the disappointment of the crowd assembled The first race was called at 230 when the following gentlemen behind their respective entries sanguine of success Messrs Jeptha Cbenault Ir vine Hume and Sporty Pete Ferreill toed the mark for the first half mile heat the race being two in three As we are not acquainted with the names of the horses we will give the drivers by heats as they finished First HeatJoe Chenault Pete Fer nell Irvine Hume Jeptha Chenault Second Heat Hume Joe Chenault Jeptha Chenault Ferriell Third HeatJptha Ohenault Joe Chenault Hume Ferriell Fourth HeatJeptha Chenault Joe Chenault Hume Mr H C Traynor behind Clarence C by Haxlnll owned by W C Gorm ley and also proprietor ot Haxhall Stock Farm and Mr Dave Wilcox vith his fast pucer gave us a splendid exhibition mile in 229 which specks well for their ability as race horses Mr Thos Collins 4yearold pacing mare by Haxhall but with little handling was sent an eighth to beat 16 seconds making the distance in 15 The lovers of horse flesh should doff their hats with praise to Messrs Gorm ley and Traynor III their untiring efforts to rebuild a business which for some time past seemed was doomed to die in this county Gentlemen in the future when you have a good one that needs to be taught the way to go dont run off to Lexington or some other sea port to have his gait squared away when we m our own midst Lave the best mile track in the State and last but not least our trainer Mr H C Traynor we hold second to none in the United tates l J r to loajtSeateace lit tboreujIQwurt at last weak tjbfrtuin the Jna Ham him aa ftftythM j rtat horse tie had formerly Vetw Bent up fe one years for killing his sla He served ten years ot sent was paroled He was obar having anumber of II PA The Ju u call victetl tweek doubJuying nal SeMeCe and eleven yrs matetvbd nuiki tenre fftty4bree years CafcvrtH ffiffc 5AooI Commencement tces 011 Tlswreday night Tune 2 11 P High SeitoOi wiLbogm iblcan b mend eJere i ss at S J Opera Jtefljv with a vertmntee progr students 10 in sb thoro fW etf for this Bptjj casion adaflguides will tbetaIhed lefl encouragement to the young For tit enter1ilblmeot die small admission f of ten iitBwnbfl charged Friday mpfctvJane 3 the exercis will bu ewieMted with appropria ceremealW Thee are eight gradual this uY T are Missta FlorniK Chietopher Elm Milliom ft Hn IHcharda JStta War KatiMa 1 and Mess Whiliin K Dl9f jplR Jeriy Powell The a drees a e6 will be made I lion tftjqttn There wilt admie k fttt tfeiiToccasioti and all pi irons aHTfteBi of the school aro ii vited to attttrd these exercises at conclusion f which those hole cards will repair to the buildiag where the annual AlulYJ banquet wilt bawerved i JAeStyiz of ti4e JeyI- D The Housw that carries off the blue ribbon for the prettiest and most upto date novelties in Belts Fancy Stocks Purses etc is OWEN McKEES corner I Main and First streets vv 4 i F3 ed ex 1Dclusively tjUS J 3 mOWENm The House for the most uptodate Gents Furnishing Goods is OWEN El McKEES corner Main and First streets 1 rn House 6 for Dress Goods Wash Goods Novelty Suitings Lawns Dimities Madras Ox ID fords Silks Ribbons etc The House for everything thats best in the Dry Goods line first and always is OWEN McKEES corner Main and First Sts rc F- tij 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 Ii3I every shelf and box peeps forth the evidence of our careful choosing which fi commands the admiration of everry feminine heart Lack of Space prevents t Ill our mentioning the hundreds of wonderful values to be had in every department II M J lI DRY GOODS MOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURSWRAW c SwnliWe violiitingW9 oclockput AlexaiMlarvdwraiS be The f Y- tii i EVANS lIt 4w Firm v ANT c f illIC1enLOC k of Goods V r fhing for the home beautiful t be found in our store j r ridour prices willsuit S V 1everybodyeJ y ne are at home at Joplins old standon p iain street and we guarantee the best itTi most polite attention v New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines 25 30 and 35t Full Ball Bearings live US a caII Crutcher Evans Main Street Richmond Ky Irefl ft Broke the bviMat Aturl P Me at St lfI tUdill I n the W KINLOdH rAINT jnd lim it entirely Lare also the huildIural Buldin ir Stae buiMiogs Fair structures iaMillion dollcre I qf the itsw Arkan nifc Stat Cbptols hotel at West Baden os c4her public buildings ir i in IH to Mreea Auent K of the and Wakr F Sock a flnn about the pitit it uses their requires pat tieiar Their spedficatione- dl nati th t vork of skilled V a tx T ell lei it eai uefJ a1WcLey it iips it as lheiegJiy punt the pint yes vtst n y oviKIN i rft pricei paint 2Uhovrh it i tn1 re i- twr3 rry rr jaiat the laoIs the time Ma rl Le colors Our lical agent will tell you eu ra not aiftrd use other paint price he will quote will surprisingly satisfactory IiEREVER WE HAVE NO AGENT YOUR OWN DEALER WILL rtLOCH FOR YOU IF SHOWN THIS AD BY WRITING DIRECT TO KINLOOH PAINT COMPANY ST LOUIS MO THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ale by R S BROWN Kirksville Ky q J U WATSON = ISvaad N Upper Lexington Ky at Clearance Sale of Entire Suit Stock at OneHalf Regular Price iH irtHHiiy thnt Suit Vi ttr eai itt uff aril ui niis If vou yiiijjui v Kt Hit you save 0tif Evirv st in ltlxillItt Is itt MM Ihih liHd irl of iMir itriiittNl Siok and vluiii 1t1tI xHcli s ttiis just IVH it OXI 01 fur vnur Ito my Vu iII I uiie I Sli in rOt refrulurS2 00 Suits II for regular 25 00 Suits SIS 75 rOt regular SW 00 Suits S22 50 for regular 10 00 Suits t TIHHCUit III iy iKthiM IHSII thiN IISII snHIIII sol r ii a hc triitliii light tM xiir is rry nvniy at fI 26 Mo- l h MIXLHrs all simile 89 tied49c PsriI 1 tfliis Sensational Sale of White Goods 0 tlmt MniiHlIt fur 2Ji ami SUCItt I3o n n villt Black DV HIIIrv pine is an up to dtio hltfli 11 wiHve that fnrnixrl wild fora ti inl IIIIIFH thittt wu otter thin llii I k ik dvtiMtj while thiteI i oinplif Jel Watson18and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky i tt Y fIj f t tWi7 htt 4Whenyou are g ing o i Paint use XPREPAREO HJUSf PAINT It is uneqiiiilel for Durability and Finisli rt r THEHESTMth ie Louisville Ky 4 For Salebr W L LEEDS Richmond Ky J t1 if d4 f iQ 1t7irJ T1m4t0 yMlioti1wI4 W ItOLt43IOtb Itntc I u1IiJJ LHI j 4III 1AtrDuZ tI41 tJ rni In lss- ii a i hc flIt ditv- tr I 1l11r J tlir jLi1i 1Iriil ljtirir- Cfi ibit iiI IrM liv cHili iujtin r nIIIIIII A A tJAIrAniiuit n I 4lt1W4tini 8tj- ItillI1 O Reduced Rates the West and Southwest via Southern Rry- U t trip UctI1AkrR and nut itsI ii rItPai In pjrt un ntJOt and tltr iInyS In fJldl Ii URIt 1111r T W rKBWS Tray PaM Kl Mnln q1 Tpxlntrtnn ICy + CALL LT4 + JONES BERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN TOWN t Coolost and most refreshing drinks that can be found ii city are dispensed h v apto late accommo dttinn Guinev SrAtGI Kept e Tap nui Seobad St is pirticuiar work pain Iwatt materials and there runnlike kiiot artisans Ie cKixioci on wri rncl nrrirmioc gp tTC3Ul3 r home Lccw r fh rJd longer Oil in turkct iml neliall s ia stactUrd why to Abc you be 20 yvu do 1111 sold Mhl in ft IN F 77i 4- f 3ef p 1m u jOr9 ColltnsLWalk stabl j q Irwne sttedand see fae best hredand the best breeding horse in the country Farwool 16796standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion 16 hands high Only 15 to insure a living colt Have vinir ld vehicle repainted ind iitw rubber tiis to take the place nf thn old worst ontHttel tires you are now tiaiinr and VII stilt have n new titive THtictt fur Kurini and summer Thu Kiunlunod Carriage Works will de tIP work at tli i hat will astonish you 8ttificliiin tfimranleed MtflKIYi Prop IHI sure in 11IOUr wnol in Co inglon Arnold urn They will pa von cash for it 20atf h KILITHE COUChA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH1r1 Kings New Discovery lIFOR cONSUMPTION ISOc Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Jt ulltbyR Ci stockton 12 Jo For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad Printingio I Yo 2 Vo 3 No5 06- io 7- Vrj8 No f No 10 No11No No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 0 19 Vo 20 o 21 No 22 No 23 ro 25 Vo 26 Nt 27 No 28 Jo 29 Mo 30 A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two balls in Richmond Ky Lot JOxlsO fret small barn Price 1000 50i less than original cost- A to tory frame reoldence on one lit the nicest resident itrceU In Rich mond llns all necessary outbuild ing A red bargain for anj one desiring a nice home Two nice realdencea near Main street and only thee squares from cou t house noredeilnble location for an Ideal home could not be found Thrae residences will be old at a bar gain SI20 will buy a good town lot lOxfflO feetA town lot on good street 40x zoo feet Price SIO OIOd grazing and grain producing farm Containing 200 acres Onid resilience barn and other octbnlld Ings Price 4200- Oood farm containing about 130 acre good mklenec hun and other Im provements In fine locality Price Farm containing acres well fenced but with no other improve meats Can be bought In connection with No 8 Price Four cottages on nfre street well improved Price 1000 each lood cottaee in firstdan condition clslerd etc Price W- residence containing seven rime In resident portion of etly Large yard awl garden and al nece sarv outbuilding Price S3IO Hood lot suitable for hn lnrs house can be hoUKhtohCllp A four rom ootage and even acres oflnd fIe arCsln erais and two in garden good orchard und rrxpe arbor all neeesnary out biiiMlnj Thin propertv Is Iluated in n thriving vlllnge where churches hool ore convenient Prli f69l Onr of the nicest resIieiiee In Itfehmorkl ontinit r ght ronras aft cellar In ben rtn Itf city IxH rtW feel Priee 1501 A twonr re Mfnp In goo- dnthborhn4 Ln HMxIW feet Ml nfeffiatry oullmild BR Pure 18111 MICI enhance for any n desir iw n Weal home One rf tID hes wrufrwd mlMined Richmond wi f lraiMve1 P Ire St nelphhoJfn tege on n nice reodlen Btrfel rixiiilnlnc four rooms and nerm earyiaitlndlings fn Iw fur- eftect n iht RIrnl pxn i grrs harlrAllltlllM Will mint renhleiice for purchaser An feed eiittare Tof five rooms beautiful ard and ntl- uhulldlnlfllllIcomllng nwt nry cued stahc and extern Price 1200 Will el on installment plan Will paint residence for iHirrbaiwr Nice reelden on a 4aere lot 1ft taint v oevcu roes and1w porrhos cit Iect in bet re Wen l irttn oHtv 8aVe eAalhn and all ether necessary wit ImtM lnir A great liareain for anjN n ilr irlnga lit Nh MHe Perm containing 98V aer nlgb JI sfromhicity This Innil aln enm and in At gno l farm nm M well vutereil Th re Is on tiii tern a smnlt rnldenee adolneemmry itbullding Loosllt p t tn wint 9 Flour and grist mill Anerson oiunty M herrtl capacity Building is 3 Ktntef eovernl with iron built em aeft Sini and watpi power the letter thrpp11 hi ot th year It is no iiptodate Unlit Mill wih bnrrs fur cnrii an1 roes hlt II aoei with te nill Inclal isis wh t Iwith he wese of f rooms All fnrWW or MOO forth mill and tb v It sore Oneba ci Has flee trade No hull Htmlles Also Ol nrrel mill In Marc i eoMnty Ky on Sat river Steen power new uotnrtnK In ever particHkir end cood dwHIine will Improvements and acre of land Ctos to Southern railroad Prier M50 AM core of Florida land Mannvlle on railroad tree threaeh paee leaving g Cre or one nWe with 2toy Sron h ufand orane x each pnm plam grape be rixg and acres on oth side with 6roorn t story butts oranecs peaches penrt plums grupw etc for Stllfl w the f arrn for or the 5 acres fo Slice Sit acres in Mien county Ky or rallr ad ami Iike about M acre Itlvatert about 15 In timber mnf gbtshinglestisefor the pltce twire over A large part fencei tare dwell innf niOms each and one store of two stories with roomiHbove has wells and springs for vnter Is in Krowtoooofor 2I Onehalt cash dIInlfhalls bath moms with hot antooIdwalpr ba enient under antIs house yard ansi all n 881- 1otcthIHnrrs B V local fen Richmond for Inwirdlng house FollowiPE Spedal Rates In Effect via L N OttO way oltiniHt lo hit Sniitltttsi Fbrnav 10 Martli stIll 15 nprl f Pill IIM to KllliH mill MtsMMiri tti 4ine lutrs 1 W Ilnmillnn AfHiit m n ro THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wirt Fence t s e Veare pleaded toeiatetlmt it is on till at the toUrwini plareo in MneH Kin onnniv rbuckle S Mimmone- eart1 t Iiamiitoi Iinnel- IV tastrrq I V Wbitlock grO5IcPtjharter r- ISTOOY It hmud Wit R 1ilouse iew I UWd4 EXP 50 1cE 1jlj TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ic deacriptlonuiayQuirkig CommunIcationspatentPatentstptetot notice without charge In the Scientific JUitericatn handsomely Illustrated wceklr TJinrwt citcnlatlon ot any udenUBo Journal Terms t3 a neiridealenMUNNBranch Office OS F 8U Washington D U WeaIcI Hearts T Are due to Indigestion Nlnetynlna of eve ono hundred pcie who have heart troubl can remember when It was simple Indiges ciheadIndllwhich falls of perfect digestion ferments am thheartUmcthaldeUcalo ihadatcnavunbi fcwmonthsKwtel Digests Wtot You tat sgyoitralnBottleieelr 100 Size hoin tc trta lzDwhIchSeUltor50c r Pr pn4 ky Lo DWITTOO aeMo i Fm1e by Terry Tio 8l Special Excursion To 51 Louis Vhs C If D Ry will run specla nxcnrsions to the Worlds Fair each Tuesday and Thursday from May 17th 1001 to Juno SOU 1004 The excursion lots will find this line most convenient in view of the fact that the CH D outers St Louis over the Wabash tracks thus gaining the advantage of the Waliaph Station right at the main en trance to the grounds in addition to the regular Union Station Terminal The Wabash is the only line having a Statjnn at the grounds To all who de 11A to avail themselves fir the ample accommodations of the many large hotels convenient to the main entrance the arrangement hy which tIle C K U can check baggage dirnot to the station will be very ronvpniftiit avoitlingpoesililetlelay and iiioonvpnipnce of a long trnnfffr through the city advantages offered by no otherjine from this territory RIPANS Tabules Doctor find 1 A goodprescription For mankind The 5 cent packnt IP pnoueli for istial occa ionn The family boffin tt1t5 contain a mionlv for a ynar All druggists sell tliPin B K DimfHii anti Kyrnan Parrleh havp opened a nrJollclallq livery Htablc on Irvine ptrrp tiutWeOmI Rftconil and Tliini Mill nk flit piiltlc fill n sitar f their uiniIca I5otl art eXile rienceil workmen Saitsfaction crnanm tPi flaiin Sheriffs Sale By virtue of liv Kx culioiiR direotpd to me wliutli mud from Ihe Olirks nttiie of the AlHilion Circuit otirt In favor of list Ihr Hnw Co J T ISruwn Sot H S Strntlcr second oviMt in Mitchell W L Vller on nuaitipt Arthur Sj Turrill it I or oii of ray Deputies Monday June 6 J itween the limirs of 10 oclock n in mil 2 olmkIII at tlieOotir House loot in 1t11lIiiiI Mndlsou tluinty Ky XI1tOi 10 iiihicSnle ti tltn t liiildir t he folliiwriiiK drcrilieil or mi much Uteriol us mar lie meeWry to niisiy PlllinliU debt mturHt and c 8 lo wit Arthur M Trrill one filth Interest II reniaiiiiler in his mi her Pa t tie F frill dffenp estate conslntitij uf about J 38 Acres of Land situated in MXI county Ky in the ilade MmtlMtriiil Dbtm let Iviiuron the vatorx of Utt foik of Silver Creek uljniiiini the property of Thus liotmul Sr Foiuitain Ricf anti oth- r Tii pn ny will lip sold Rulijec o M Terriil lifn eaHte levied iipnti 48 propertv of Arthur M IVrrill anti Iflwrihnl p t lows ItwrmnMiu a hlttok oak on Adxin ioLiis lin hei OP the division line lint was made mid run hptwei Iwis lraiifin an i S D MHiipin 159 ple et to a HIIV T rpe tlipice n rih flU IIOH wem I 110 polps to n hicknr rpo iliece II rib IS wes 22 t Ifs to n Hake tipstt tinrili 89 WPB 109 iMili n n Ktdkn to cliHrry tree piiiiitTtJ o lolm DiinpHn line with it eolith 2 pa- jij loP to a liirkory stump tlienoe OIIll 10 tnt 24 seIne tnJi8VCll10IPRi pv lieint tl sontinvem oirner o Daniel Bo nilnfA of Hnvlipp nreeinplion smidiinr on the hank of Hurls fork of Silver reek tlienrjp 5i1 iil poles to n snkf corner of Adau 11rR with liii line north 15 east 71 J Doles to lie l Mhiiiini- tTKRM8 SH will 1m made on s relit of tlime months bond with an nrovprt peonriiv required liearinit intpr ARt at time rtte of 0 per rent per tiflflUi rum dav ofnil anti imvinr time font mil efFect of tl liond JNO F WAOVRR SlipnfTMC May 13 ISJfM 18ni3t ATTENTION vVe have moved our produce unships from time East End of Main street to the Gnrnett Houw storeroom on Second Street where we will be glad to wel come uur friends anti patroiifi We will KonriniiR to pay tin highest market price fur Eggs Poultry Tides Furs andother Produce jive us n call in jour new qimrtefis und we will nvihee you that w+ aie tlie leader in the Produce Business in Mjidison county GOTT BRQt Second street 2Jjttth RT UMOND KY Worlds FoiL Short Line- Southern Railway t 43 Miles the Shortest fFiistost and hat to the Woilds Fair d Look at the Schedules tinilyIeneArrive St Lou sHrSG pinSolid train of Pullman sleepers Ob servation DinllllGar and day couches through frrn Versailles to St Louis without ohantrt tinilyLeaveAr jv St Louis 762 a m Solid tralof Pullman anti lay cxneh HS thrcii h fmm Vera iIiiei to St Louis without change All t alt tclse connection at Union Stat mu StIllulwith Subur toIRnnnd trip Excursion Rates front Versailles 16 5gtl1 reMirning Dec 15 04 1375 good returning sixy days daysTicKlsrates fSTOgood spven days on Coaot Esoursion ticfceta on eala special dates R E Mullaiie ityiC1 A1len t MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the ninny socalled birth medicines anti most remedies for women in the treatmen if her delicate organs contain more a strychnineDoiragjjists ate not permitted to sell uarcol poivmsDo iot take internally any medlcne ior the pregnancyDo Friend Is onlyDo Friend is a celebrated prescription and that il has been in use over forty years and that each buttle of the genuine bears thename of The BrotlSeld Regulator Co Do you know that when you use tins remedy during the period of gestation that you will be bean- healthy hearty and clever children kncwingtheyDont be ptrSttiided to try a substitute Our little bimk Motherhood tree ICE BRtOFirO RECULlTOa CO Atlanta Os FARMERS AND BREEDERS The Winners In the 1000 Contest Are Announced Lexington Ky May 27 Winners In the Kentucky fanners and breeders 1000 contest were announced Thurs day night Of 10446 guesses on the Brooklyn handicap six placed the first second and third horses The selec thou of a Ii Hato 11 Wost Twenty fifth street New York was the first received May SO and ho receives s3 666fi6 A C McGlochlin 63 Brighton street Rochester guess received May 24 gets the second prize of241660 Ed Williams Danville Ky guess re ceived May 26 gets the third prize ot 191666 The other three Gormley McCuen 11 P Furlong and O J Boughn all of Lexington receives 1 666CC each HIS OWN EXECUTIONER He Was Under Sentence of Death For Wife Murder Bowling Green Ky May 27Amessage from Morgantown states that Verona Fleener the wIfe murderer confined in jail at that place commit ted suicide by hanging himself in his cell early Thursday A small cord four feet long which he had procured from his cot and a handkerchief were used Fleener was under death sentence but his execution had been deferred awaiting the action of the court of appeals He was convicted of the brutal murder of his wife last October He used a large pocket knife and aft er almost cutting her heart out cut her body In strips- RESEMBLES YELLOW FEVER Unable to Check a Strange Disease at Long Fork Creek Mayklng KyMay 27A fatal dis ase resembling yellow fever which has been raging at Long Fork creek or two weeks believed to have been brought there by a Cincinnati sales man continues its deadly work Three deaths occurred Wednesday and Mary Riddle 80 died Wednesday night So far physicians have been unable to cheek Its progress Schools have been suspended indefinitely and all business is at a standstill Oppose the Monument Frankfort Ky May 2iThe Ken tucky department of the Grand Army of the Republic closed Its meeting on Thursday without adopting or even considering the resolution offered Wedesnday by Judge O S Doming of Robertson county to honor the menu ory of Gen Robert E Lee by asking congress to build a monument to him in Washington Order For Election Frankfort Ky May 27Adjt Gen Haly has Issued an order for the hold Ing oran election by the companies composing the Third Kentucky regi ment on Friday May 27 for the pur pose of filling the vacancy occasioned by the death of the late Col Thomas J Smith oj Bowling Green Six Broke Jail Greenup Ky May 27Chares Hall James Abrams John Ramsey John Patrick John and Evert Taylor escaped from the county jail Hall and Ramsey were recaptured at Wheelers burg 0 Thursday afternoon Blood hounds are on the trail of the remain ing fugitives Brakemans Costly Mistake Lexington Ky May 27Mrs Lu ella Thurman was given a verdict of 4000 damage against the Southern railway for being removed by a brako man out of a white to a colored pas itngers coach Mrs Thurman is very lark and he mistook her for a colored woman Died in Her 91st Year Winchester Ky May 27Mrs Nan cy Baxter died hore in the 91st year of her age Her husband Dr John Baxter was an officerIn the war of 1812 and was a leading politician in his Jay having served in the legislature and constitutional convention of this state Dragged By a Cow Covington Ky May 27 Caught in he coils of a rope fastened to a cow Florence Priding a 13yearold girl was dragged Thursday morning and seriously injured The little girl was sent by her father John Trieling to ake the cow to pasture New Kentucky Postmasters Washington May 27 Kentucky postmasters have been appointed as follows Neatsburg Adair county JH Grant Rose Hill Mercer county John D Noel SHckford Wayne coun Yo Thomas M Powers Vester Adair ounty JamesB Dooley Death of Judge Reeves Elkton Ky May 27rudge Willis Reeves one of the most noted law ers in Southern Kentucky died at Dawson Springs The remains wore sent to his home here where the fu leral took place Thursday morning Hicks Convicted of Murder Grayson Ky May 27eCia1b Hicks m trial In the Carter circuit court for he murder ot Thomas Fontsch of Sot Uerat a picnic last year was con 7lcted with a penalty of 15 years in he penitentiary Died From Heart Trouble VBentori y May 27Dav4d Shera veIl one of the oldest and beStJyipwn nen of the county diet at his home lear Oaklegtel from heart tro ble H4 tad been suffering for sevedfeek i In the nOntb of Marck otOlll1ai it hours ef uuottttcJ Jfo KENTUCKY GRAND ARMYMENI They Favor the ment in Memory of Gen R E Lee Frankfort Ky May26The Ken tucky department Grand Army of the Republic will adopt resolutions urging the national department to call upon congress to erect Washington a mon ument to the memory of Gen Robert E Lee The resolution which was offered by Judge O S Deeming of Rob ertson county a leading lawyer republican and union veteran is as follows Whereas Nearly forty years of un exampled prosperity to our counly have elapsed since the close of the civil war and- Vjiereas Tho people of the south have given convincing evidence of thch good faith In laying down their arms and have shown a willful acquiescence in the result of that terrible conflict have proved their patriotism and their love for the union and have sealed their devotion to the American flag with their blood in the SpanishAmer ican war and desiring to give the con federate veterans a soldiers earnest and to the people of the south a new and stronger pledge of brotherhood to the end that a united bound together by stronger and more per feet ties of confidence and love may journey on through the centuries to a happier and a more glorious destiny Therefore be it Resolved That It is the sense of th f Grand Army of the Republic ot the Department of Kentucky thai a suitable monument he erected at public ex pense in the city of Washington to the memory of Gun R E Lee and that the members of the Grand Army 01 the Republic petition the congress of the United States to make the nects sary appropriations and take such other steps as will be necessary to have this done- William T Bowsmith of Covlngton was elected department commander for Kentucky Two Men Struck By Lightning Constance Ky May 26 During the thunder storm Capt H Kottryer the ferryman nnd George Peeno were shocked by lightning Kottryer was at his stable when lightning struck a pipe Peeno was In Webb Riggs barn on the hay lying down when he was struck Part of the roof was torn off Kottryer was knocked about six feet and the shovel he had in his hand was thrown some distance Louisville Tobacco Market Ixniisvllle Ky May 2GThe New York house of Kreamelberg Cohac purchased 3000 hhds of dark lugs froth the Italian regiebuters and will be sent to Spain The price was around 4e lb The market was steady Wednes day and good prices were realized The offerings were 543 hhds of which 220 were burley and 323 dark Burley sold from 4 to 2050 Dark brought from 290 to 8 The Cornerstone Laid Lexington Ky May 26The corner stone of the 50000 Y M C A build ing was laid here Wednesday amid im pressive ceremonies Rev Carter Holm Jones of Ixiulsville made the principal address All the pastors in Lexington wore present Post Office Safe Dynamited Lexington Ky May 2jThe newly created post office of lielfonte lloyd county Ky which only a short time ago laid in Its first supply of stamps was dynamited early Wednesday The safe was wrecked and all the stamps and money taken Steamer Chattanooga Sinks Paducah Ky May iThe steamer Chattanooga of the Tennessee river packet line sanjt in the Tennessee riv er near here The 20 passengers were saved The hoot and cargo valued at 26000 will probably prove a total loss For a Railroad Depot Lexington Ky May 2LTho ways and moans committee of the general council Wednesday night recommend ed the passage of the ordinance pro viding for the sale of the city building to the railroad companies for a depot Decided the Championship Lexington Ky May 26The Ken tucky university defeated the State college 5 to 3 Each college had won a former game and this decides the lo cal championship for thp season The K U is painting the town red oKilled By a Wild Flower Versailles Ky May 26NellIe Spaulding the threeyearold daughter of Alex Spaulding a farmer living near this city ate a poisonous wild flower that she picked up In the yard and died within a few hours Two Killings Near Middlesboro- MIddlesboro Ky May 26James Gilbert 17 shot and killed Walter Mills 16 at Mtdbey Gap 20 mile away on Greasy creek Jaiaes carver shot and killed his father Jay Garver for correcting his child f ICarpenter Killed By Lightning Ky May 26 During the storm Green Hoskins a carpenter while at work In a building at Berea this county was struck by lightning and instantly killed A companion by his side was unhurt ExcursionIments are being made to run a busi ness mens excursion carrying 200 men from Louisville and other Ken KentuckyjEvery square mile of sea is estimat ed to contain 120000000 fish tjDIitST O atomPaeh I was troubled with t Braoht Old me more good dccFIIibUIIFI8LDThedf ord Black Draught nohonase8ofindigertion Thedfordssionally you will keep your perfect THEDF- QRD5UTORAIM More sickness is caused by constipation than by any ThedfortlsDlackDraught lieves constipation but cures anddsenteryandkeeps AH drnggfcu sell 25ccnt pjukagti BlackDraught bowelsISaeadFerryN COItSTIPATIr1 I iT f g repurchase price of a cooking range modestpti residence I HAVE YOU YOUR SUIT Sole Youmans Hats LOUIS X GUS STRflULexingtons Clothiers Fine i I desire to rent RentIBright store room occupied hv Mr T A Rnuinnu- if MCS lairt Bright Oovinuton Arnold Bro will pay iliet liinliest mnrket cash price for wool 20atf For Manlrnrinjr Fa cial Mawwce mid all kinds of toilet iiisitfs call on Mrs Alice JOIIPS rpqI door to Pijnis grocery on Maui 20atf Frpsh mixed swept pickles and nlnin sour at Frasn Bros opposite Glyndori lintel K pajs the highest prim fur wool it Shackelfonl rro poll the famous Jnyecka fertilizer from SIR 00 to 3000 per toit 18itl h GOlNGifO THK WORLDS 1HMR ST toffis e USE TH- EHendersonRoul e TIlE LINE THAT JS JQMFOHTAULE A DOUBT FREERECLINING CHAIR OFFICIAL ROUTE FRKENTUCKIANS TO Ask Us About It L J Irwin Geo L Garrett LPA ILALOUISVILLE KY Arkansas x f Texas I LouisianatAn ideal country for cheap homes and at f5 tV 15 jwr acre grous grassesfruitsStock range 10 months in the year Southeast Missouri Ark ansait Itl isiann Sail Texas are full tf ojipiirtn uticathe clImate ii mild the so is ich tho lands are cheap low Horrid S ektrsRates about half fare via the Z5okko 1kv ie a mind third nit11 For dp criotive literatur timH and excifsioB iresfr write to P1CuttaIt i it IIshTo the cost of a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re JdaldMajestic Is built rightali therheat properly distributed it willQpay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With J ordinary care The Majestic will ioutlayEST BUT LEAST EXPENSIVE 5a Call and see them at our store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the market Arbucklea Simmons Sole AgentsS RichmondKYI BOUGHT SPRING If not do not until you have seen our lin0f Alfred Benjamin Cos Correct Clothing for Men6 We have for Men and Boys use Mens Suits 850 to 30 Mens Rain Coats 10 to 30 Largest Line o- fHATS NECKWEARSHIRTS f and all kinds of Goods in Central Kentucky Agents For f Leading and Tailors For Shampooing DpatlierHge BEYOND CARS monbijrt IL everything Furnishing L H1 BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapuso tyrPhone Call and see th a Tcyc5kTakO t and you can see how North Star Refrigerate lined and why it onehalf the ice tha tales to run the soca Refrigerator itt e ITISLINED- WITHGRANULATEDL 0 CORK4 whichabsorbs all the moisture and makes it T act Vvc- We j ti t have these Refrigerators porcelain Hr- o and galvanized linedRu 08 Shockelford III Subscribe for the 1 1a GLIMAX if c Only OM Dollar a Y s 1 y 1T T = w IpIIp 7 j rTTT cJ cM- Ut IIIIt EVAN AewFirmAM r A MagnificientSFockof Goods tt Everything for the home beautiful can be found in our store fl Ig and our prices will suitI r everybody L J=Ae are at home at Joplins old standon 1 VEin street and we guarantee the best l inl most polite attentionou r c New Florence Droptop Sewin Machines 25 30 and 35 Full Ball Bearings t give usa call lh C Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky lI JTttisr the buiWere of Iurj P lace at St Louis buiMing in the world KINLOCH PAINT Jitt4 It entirely rta4 tkn ore Also thehaild ticuitnrnl nnidirtj tlwj WflEYff lout itate buldiays irWj Fair strnctiwss t vCT a iDiUiou dollars wltcrs of the iet Artar Virginia StatS Catttfils hotel at Vet Itadcn other public bnildintr Tbt n III In to n j 4 + riIu Wa T is particular the it cs theirwork requires cpeci1ketions- ikima the best materials D4I the rrst t of tC7VKiYTAH- n thfr34 i- ttit7 J 1tcery stamps it t = a pc the y C 1 M ithc4gI r L ji tdsc and cicend as De Ma ell tile atanad- tr tell yu not t use any be be surprisingly satisfactory i HEVER WE NO AGENT LOOH fOR YOU IF THIS AD BY WRITING TO KINLOOH OOMPANY ST MO THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE or sale by BRO WN Kirksvilie Ky q J L WATSON = 18 N Upper Lexington Ky reat Clearance Sale of Suit Stock at OneHalf Regular Price It nrvelou ii hirtHniiv Vnrors nt nff ird to If nut hIItI you Ht you sjive O iwldir Ky ry in Ioxhghl l lu Ucjinwe pr I Sli 93 regular 00 Suits SIX 50 regular 25 00 Suits vSIS rojrular SH 00 Suits 50 regular 40 00 Suits luoiorefiriced fit ty eitlijrI1i4s r imi a II ii nn nsr nmTiHl light t xur HII is irH ly at fl 16 Alu Mixtuns RllehaItS SU Hud 49c i Sensational Sale of White Goods of that UBIIH for a6 and SUeILl Ific- nieneIn Hlwk DV GHsI4vHry pine is an up Ui hlll- IJrt that firnnrl for II inorn thif II rik dvi KYH ivliile the i Ciinilee J L Watson18 and N Uppr Lexington Ky t tt JL tI ftM 7IF 7tt JJ When you are gt in o Paint use 4PREPAREO HJUSf PAINT I ts unequaled for Durability und Finih 1f5 BEST Mde ly VAL LAZ NS + Louisville Ky +Pur Silo W L LEEDS Ridnnond Tc144 tc ttw L Tr Avd HonnUin JI I1MItP ilitlt N illllllHl Htt Hild Iajr ItsirvIIIi4 rllINI IItfull iiit t II 11IIIIII4Y t Iotih- al Ih rllt ill IsM I iiur lIIfti iMjr fHKt dully trn I tIIIId11Iji ii turf iiI hit fthtnliirul ItthtCifllillJ UII or HdilwHliiir A A AlfAOIIHB O P H IAhll R- rlIItillII n Reduced Rates the West and Southwest via Southern RT- HI trip ll iipKiwkMrn ntd one wu I jiiiimt rILl Ill III trMr 111 flxt anil thir I04btYS iimtiUi mi iir T W rRRWS- Trav Auwttt Hn R I xlntrion ICy ClLL AT+ + 1 JONES MERSfflONSS- iLOON PARLOR WHEM IM TOWN Cor st most refreshing urtlrmks that call be found in thecitYlre 1ispened- II vMjto Zate and accomino ditlOfl I ie4 ti Pt N jiJn 11Js11tIIt Ig I58ch lirm about pitt n pa- rIier Their t nrkoianlire laUir skillet nris j rJLtceit as- tkerogI ct Rt paint yov home IUo 11 pst ii it wesn liafcr = paint in iisjrict l weiinH Li cilHS TRent vl you why Hnt ether painl Irice wii quote you will HAVE YOUR OWN DEALER WILL SHOWN DIRECT PAINT LOUIS R S and 20 Entire thnt Suit mis you In uiis for 20 fur 75 for 1522 fOI ihitn HIIII Slim anil ivuol of vry sold cSiteh lrTr1 sold sHvitu in dttu wit Hold third than wu olTur tliotn slock 20 i S by Ky V otI1Ion Koote tjIltt Iiuii HII IIUlldil1 Ilii in pwh Call iiai PaM fLln and CI IfKul r Before you breedyour mare go to Collins Walk ers stable on Irvine street and see the best Wed and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood J6796 standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion 16 hands high Cnly 15 to insure a living colt HIVAVllllr old vehicle repainted and iinw nitiher tit lJ JI tak the place of thI1tlrn nut fcrnel tires you arw now usiitti ym viii have n new summorIIIIKh1 Prop IUIIIU to tjihi jour wool toCov ington Arnold Hro Tliny will pIty von cash fur it20atf KJLLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IIFOR cONSUMPTION OUCHS tiOUOS IIiDe Surtjiit and uuickoat Cure for all XHOC and LUNG TSQUS Lzki3cpJrr BAOL Msw 0= 1 r- r For Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Go Richmond Ky 1o 1 o 2 Vo 3 No 5- Jo 6 No 7- Vo8 No R No 10 No11No No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 TO 19 o 20 NO 21 No 22 No 23 Vo 25 Vo26 Nf27 No 28 1029 Mo 30 A two tory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two huh in Richmond Ky Lot WxlM feet small burn Prier 1000 KM less that original cost- Atwoatory frame reld nee on one nlthentest ealdenratreetelfl Rich rnond lisa all necessary ootbund Ine great bargain for anyone de Hiring a nice home Two nt e residences near Main street and only thee sqnsru from eonl house A more de lnble location for an Ideal home could not be found These residences wfll be cold at a bargain RO will bay u good town lot IteaW feet A good town tot an good street 48x lIt PrIce II e Hood tenting and traIn prodaeinir farm mnUInlnjr SX mores Oooo residence barn and other outbuild logs Price 200 Good farm containing about 180 acres birn and other im prnvPmentsIn fine locality Price St500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improve menla Tan lie bought In connection with No 8 Price fUOT Pour cottages on nh street well improved Price 1689 each 7ood cottare In firstclass condition listen etc Price Wn Slop residence containing sere n ms In resident potion of ctiy Large yard anl trsrden and al1 nun outbuildings Price flood lot suitable for hnsines house can be bought cheflp A four room eotage and even acres of nd five raln grass and two In garden good orchard and unpe arbor nil necessary otit hnllding Til property Is ltnated in thriving village where churehec a schools ate convenient Vile of the nleest rp1 le iee In IHehnwtnd ont lulr f srht rooms cityinSA twosory residence In good ehb9rhw 4 It tMxIVI feet a tl ecarynliiiikl81111 ule esMenre for any i 1fM- 1lrftn Weal hrnc- n1NIrWI1t One f th hll8 nIlnf In lChIOBd vet konwe Pset91t Two l4ilxUe fet ln aood neth- laho4 Price M O tags a nice resident atf M n WMlHlne r room and rteren iry tIIlnIi8 Cotn Itf mrMi ed n Ihe tnsallwient os ia Nnvtlnnt IIAg Will lnt realenee for imrchai An al onttaee taf five rnoais lseatIfnl vnrd und nil ticeemiry IIIUI 1ettIOCIIt d tabV awlcWern Price lan Will on inttallHM nt plan Will paint rosWence for MirrtMM r Me rttllkIfnuo on a taere Int om taiil ve roois and te ponhwi IttmetJ ill heI re WetH wtrtlnil a Hiy Saha erml h n and all otb r nccMmry ant blind Inga A great bargain for any Iflringa iitivrHMiiH Farm fontainlMt MV era ethmn nfroin ibi elfy Tilts Itf It aW In rraaanI t Al goo tavin well watered Thre h 01 JHI land a smsll rtddence adoih- necarv OltlmlWInK Local ht Inennnlvand mill Anderson 0Hiiity m barrel eapoeUy Build fog Iatnlc cater with iron iMlt yro am Sm and wale power the litter three mmi hnftb yr It IIOn nplndsle nIItwith burrs fnreornanH nws bolt acres ultli Ie iiill incln Imr wh t l with be hnce of rnntm All fnrdlO ortifino forth milt and tha II acre One hi easli Has title trade No mill It Ill miles Also a aolmrrel mill In Mere county Ky on Salt river Stemi power new aptndate In rver particular and cond dwclllni will improvetntnta and W acre of flu land Cbs to Southern railroad Price itt000- AIo II acre of Pl rlda Iand Mannvllel on railroad tree through plarn leaving 5 crfg or one side with 2tory Sroo hout and oran en aeh pnn plum grapes be rlg anti acre on oth rslde with 6room 1story hniis Oanes peach near plnm grupon etc ll for lVi or the r aeros for tlNeu or the 6 acres fo 51109 3iSaerpa in Mien county Ky on railr al and iIUe about acre c Itlvatedahont 115111 timber an- eras and shout 150 in grafc Tim her on nlare IIulo Inches but shltigleatlfor tint pUce twice over A large frt is fence TlnT are4 dwell nomse eh and one store of two stories with room n hove bar wella anti springs forwMter Is In growtQaqciOnehalf rash handsome twostory frame dw1 low containing eight rooms tw halls both room with hot an cold water ba ement under ntli hnase yard ansi all eeNIo- tbIMlncrs R a toeaiion t Richmond for irdlnghn e MIowire Spedi Rates in Effect via L 4 N Ono wav olnni t to tlie Snntliwmi Fhrimrv 16 March I Rnf IB npri cid ltitiso to IlLnlIs and MisMinri ni 4tne datf J W Mfliniltnn Airptit TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Itlt t IWearp in wile pleaded at t h toIlIttlatI irbuckle Simmons earcv I Hamilton O Plnnel Masters I V Whltloolt John tltplBurton Roberta 1 W Teeter i W Prewitt L A Wearren JO McWhv Blokner EHjr JT Coy It liinsndco At IOI8- euVley Kutliton PaInt Ilek- IIIlleton iEPCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anrono sending asketrh and description m ay quickIe ascertain our opinion free whether an Commuolcalions nalentAIatentitpertolnctltc without ctisree Intbi Scientific Jfiwricatt A handsomely lUnstralixl weekly largest cfr eulaUoa of any sclentino Journal Terns 13 year t four months ti Sold brail newsdealers YorkDlIIDob Weak HeartseveryonaslmplotndlgClion onlytraeabIegestlon All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatiMloIoMcbulMr D Kichiof Nevada 0 says had Vataasthafhriltthend It curd m Ko4el igim4What Yc Eat 1IIrOJIIMialltRiitMbeut ISIoo Sic h1dag 2k tHtJ1a 50cPved IeMo LrIHtl lni14lo 1 Special cnnons To St Louis The C H D Ry will run upecla excursions to the Worlds Fair each Tuesday and Thursday from May 17ih 1904 10 June 30th 1904 The excursion ists will firiiithis line most convenient In view of the fact that the 0 H D enters St Louis over the Wabash tracks thus mining the advantage of the Walwfih Station right at the main en trance to the erqunds In addition to the regular Union Station Terminal The Wnbash is the only line having a Station at the grounds To all who desire to avail thernselvwi oftfipnmpte accommodations of We many large hotels convenient to the innin entrance tim nrrangement by which tlin C H I can check bag gage dirfrt to thin station will be very onvpnlanf nvoiilingpossible delay and ill lnvnlpnla of n long tranpf r tlirnnch the city advantages offered by no other line from thin territory RIPANS Tabules Doctors find Ti A goodprescriptioh For mankind The 5 cent picket if enough for lotial occa ioT s The family bottle rVliwats contain a nonlv for a year All druitglata RPII tlieiii B K flurnwti arid lym n Parrlnh havp ope DPI a flntclas livery statue on Trvln tr fctwen Stconl and Tliirrl aiuj nk the puhic foi a share f their imtnuturt Ruth are expe ripnce1 work uiot Satisfaction iruaran r el 0 8ii Sheriffs Sale By virtue of liv Kxrcntioim directed to Die which iud from the Clerks nttice of the iSiiidiwiti Circuit Court in fav irof that timr Kroe To J T Brow Son It S Kinil r Son gpconil nviii II MilclnOI third W L VIIerft Uhi ncainM Aril ur iII Trrrill I or on nf my Deputies will II Monday June 6 1904- twtioii the hiiiiru of 10 oVInck a m iid 2 uVliHk ii m at ttmOitir Hotina door in ItirliM it Mndismi enmity Ky xJosi IlihlusSrtlo to hit hfirh t Ithlilrr I liti fiillwtup ilrmtrilietl propprtv or PH inticli tlifntil as niav lie nt1ennrv in nMsly PlainiiUV bl- uitofpt nnd 810 wit Arthur M Tirill one till li intoreat MI reinuiiiflpr in IIIH mhtr Iaitie F rrill ducpan il eotHte outiKistiiiK jiT hunt 138 Acres of Land lituatcd in Mtil Kii colinty H illihe- Cilnde Muigiiiei iiI Dial i let lvliiL ii the Aatern nf Hit fkof Silver Creek uljujiini tliH propflty of Thou i liens III Sr Fotiniaiti Rice a nri oth TiiJH pioi ny willtlie futlil Hiiliixc- o f M Teirtl lirA esate levied upon IB iropnrtv of Arthur M Terrill anil- JewriliMl ai t ws- RuLtiiiuiie black oak on Adam Rout IK Jill lit n the ilivUinn line tint Wits made and run l ptw fii lwis KranciH ani S D MMIIPJIT 150 pol et to a Mivr ree II rl li M polpK wed U 410 tint In lifknr rPe tlie n rIll 13 WH 22 te 18 ton take tltPtCf nortli wen pole o IIIAkn iliorry tree pointers o Tohti PtinpH line with it nniith 2 PBS 75 poW to a hickory ftiirnp thenoo otili 10 f1a 2 4 nolp t 5 svfitiuoips tlipy lining tl poiittWpNt crn r n Daniel Bo a siifne ut ITivliPC nrepinption sH nlinir on the batik of Harts fork of Silvor Jreek thence pait ot polew if s8k eorn r of Actnn Itnifprs with hU line north 15 east 7if polos tn MIP eulnnntr- TKRMSKnle will he niadn on rrpilit of three rnrtntliB bonii with an roved Hwtfitv required litarinsr Inter 8t at thin MX of I pr cent per annun toni dav of sMln and bavinir the fO1 intl eni ctllrIt alw ISond- INO F WAOFRS Sheriff MC May l3 8ni3t ATTENTION Vo hare fhoved onr produce titishniic from the East End of Main drool to the Garnett llouc- etorer Him on Second street where we will be glad to wel COllie stir friends and patrons We wdl Mititinne to nay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce Jive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince YOU that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street SPinniv RHHMOXDKY Vorlds Foir Short Line- Southern Railway t 43 Miles the Shortest fF iistwt nndhest to the t WOl1dts Fair e Look atjthe Schedulesi tinilyIttveArrive St fxirslSG p in iSolid tram ot lullrmin Sieepors DbI QOIlchelII dailylIaveAr iveSr Louis 762 n muSolid train of Ilillinnn ititti lay co ch- s thrill frrm Versailles to St LonB whhiiut change All taliH nitkM olMvconnjction at Union StitiInii St Louis with Subur ban Borvic aiil Elecirii cars direct to tld World1 Fair wround fromVersailles0 M rod ret urn ing Dec 15 04 I87n good mtnfning sixty days nt1aJsTlcIKratts unCOllctspecial dates RE MuHane i KyQA1I4i MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the many socalled birth medicines and most remedies for women iu the trcntmcn if her delicate organs contain more o strychnineDoJrugjjists are not penutttwl to sell narcot poLnsDo d aot take Internally any met cne fir the pregnancyDo Friend Is onlyDo Friend is a celebrated prescription Dud that i1 has been in use over CIr years and that each bottle of the leUU11e bears the name of The Brailficld Regulator Co Do you know that you use this remedy during the period gestation that will be free of anti beaJ- healthy hearty and clever children Well these things are worth knowing ITiey are facts Of druggists fit fioo Dont be persuaded to try a substitute Our little IxKk tt Motherhood tree tVE RR1DFIEO REGULATOR co AllmU Os u FARMERS AND BREEDERS The Winners in the 1000 Contest Arp Announced Lexington Ky May 27 Winners In the Kentucky farmers and breeders 51000 contest were announced Thursday night Of 10446 guesses on tho Brooklyn handicap six placed the first second and third horses The selection of C L Hato 11 West Twenty fifth street New York was the first received May 20 and he receives 2 CGCfiG A C McGfochlln 63 nrigaton street Rochester guess received May 24 gets the second prize of24166fi Bd WIlliams Danville Ky guess re ceived May 26 gets the third prize ot 191666 The other three Gonnley McCuen M P Furlong and O J Boughn all of Lexington receives 1 C66C6 each HIS OWN EXECUTIONER He Was Under Sentence of Death For Wife Murder Bowling Green Ky May 27Amessage from Morgantown states that Verona Fleengr the wife murderer confined In jail at tjiat place commit ted suicide by hanging himself In his cell early Thursday A small cord four fet long which he had procured from his cot and a handkerchief were used Fleener was under death sen tence but his execution had been deferred awaiting the action of the court of appeals He was convicted of the brutal murder of his wife last October He used a large pocket knife and aft er almost cutting her heart out cut her body in strips RESEMBLES YELLOW FEVER Unable to Check a Strange Disease at Long Fork Creek Tilayklng Ky May 27At fatal dis ease resembling yellow fever which has been raging at Long Fork creek or two weeks believed to have been rought there by a Cincinnati sales nan continues Its deadly work Three deaths occurred Wednesday and Mary Riddle SO died Wednesday night So far physicians have been unable to heck its progress Schools hire been suspended Indefinitely and all business Is at a standstill Oppose the Monument Frankfort Ky May 27The Ken tucky department of the Grand Army of this Republic closed Its meeting on Thursday without adopting or even considering the resolution offered Wodesnday by Judge O S Deming of Robertson county to honor the mom ory of Gen Robert E Lee by asking congress to build a monument to him in Washington Order For Election Frankfort Ky May 27J dJt Gen Haly has issued an order for the hold ing of an election by the companies composing the Third Kentucky regi ment on Friday May 27 for the pur pose of filling the vacancy occasioned by the death of the late Col Thomas J Smith of Bowling Green a Six Broke Jail Greenup Ky May 27 Chares Hall James Abrams John Ramsey John Patrick John and Evert Taylor escaped from the county jail Hall and Ramsey were recaptured at Wheelers burg O Thursday afternoon Bloodhounds are on the trail of the remain ing fugitives Brakernans Costly Mistake Lexington Ky May 2J1Irs Lu ella Thurman was given a verdict of 4000 damage against the Southern railway for being removed by a brakeman out of a white to a colored pas sengers coach Mrs Thurman is vpry lark and he mistook her for a colored woman Died In Her 91st Year Winchester Ky May 27Mrs Nan cy Baxter dledhorejn the 91st year of her age Her husband Dr John Bax ler was an ofll et In the war of 1812 apd was a leading politician in his lay having served In the legislature and constitutional convention of this state Dragged By a Cow Covington Ky May 27 aught In the coils of a rope fastened to a cow Florence Trlellng a 13yeaMild girl andIsent by her father John Trlellng to ake the cow to pasture New Kentucky Postmasters Washington May 27 Kentucky postmasters have been appointed as follows Neatsburg Adair county J H Grant Rose Hill Mercer county lohn D Noel Sllckford Wayne coun y Thomas M Powers Vester Adair Bounty James B Dooley Death of Judge Reeves Wlllhlers In Southern Kentucky died at Dawson Springs The remains were jent to his home here where the fu leral took place Thursday morning Hicks Convicted of Murder Grayson Ky May 27 Clalb Hlcka m trial In the Carter circuit court for SIIlIericted with a penalty of 15 years in be penitentiary pled from Heart Trotibie- JrJJitri27PavJdShemVeil cmoleIIIOakJestetaat1 been suffering for several weeks flithe iaicirth of ate titallNau4iIl+ff l 11 tc coo a c f KENTUCKY GRAND ARMY MEl They Favor the Erection of a ment In MemoryofGen R E LeeI Frankfort Kyij MaT26The Ken tucky departmen Grind Army of the Republic will adopt resolutions urging the national department to call upon congress to erect at Washington a monument to the memory of Gen Robert E Lee The resolution which was offered by Judge O S Deeming of Rrb ertson county a leading lawyer republican and union veteran Is as follows Whereas Nearly forty years of unexampled prosperity to our country have elapsed since the close of the civil war andWhereas The people of the south have given convincing evidence of theh good faith In laying down their arms and have shown a willful acquiescence in the result of that terrible conflict have proved their patriotism and their love for the union and hllvQ seated their devotion to the American flag with their blood In the SpanishAmer lean war and desiring to give the con federate veterans a soldiers earnest and to the people of the south a new and stronger pledge of brotherhood to the end that a united bound together by stronger and more perfect ties of confidence and love may journey on through the centuries to a happier and a more glorious destiny Therefore be It Resolved That It Is the sense of th Grand Army of the Republic of the Department of Kentucky tint a suita ble monument be erected at public ex pense In the city of Washington to the memory of Gen 1C E Lee and that the members of the Grand Army 01 the Republic petition the congress of the UiHted States to make the neces sary appropriations and take such other stops as will be necessary to have this done- William T Bowsmlth of Covlngton was elected department commander for Kentucky Two MenStruck By Lightning Constance Ky May 26 During the thunder storm Capt H Kottryer the ferryman and George Peeno were shocked by lightning Kottryer was at his stable when lightning struck a pipe Peeno was In Webb RIggs barn on the hay lying down when he was struck Part of the roof was torn off Kottryer was knocked aboUt six feet and the shovel he had In his hand was thrown some distance Louisville Tobacco Market Txiiilsvllle Ky May 2GThe New York house of Kreamelberg Co has purchased 3000 hhds of dark lugs from the Italian reglebuters and will be sent to Spain The price was ronnd 4c a fib The market was steady Wednes day and good prices were realized The offerings were 543 hhds of which 220 were burley and 323 dark Burley sold from 4 to 2050 Dark brought from 290 to 8 The Cornerstone Laid Lexington Ky May 26The corner stone of the 50000 Y M C A build ing was laid here Wbdnesday amid Im pressive ceremonies Rev Carter Holm Jones of Louisville made the principal address All the pastors in Lexington were present Post Office Safe Dynamited Lexington Ky May 2GThe newly created post office of Uelfonte Boyd county Ky which only a short time ago laid In Its first supply of stamps was dynamited early Wednesday The safe was wrecked and all the stamps and money taken Steamer Chattanooga Sinks Paducah Ky May 2jThc steamer Chattanooga of tho Tennessee river packet line sank in the Tennessee riv er near hero The 20 passengers wore saved Tho boat and cargo valued at 26000 will probably prove a total loss For a Railroad Depot Lexington Ky May 2GThe ways and means committee of the general council Wednesday night recommend ed tho passage of the ordinance pro viding for the sale of the city building to tho railroad companies for a depot Decided the Championship Lexington Ky May 2GTho Ken tucky university defeated the State college 5 to 3 Each college had won a former game find this decides the lo cat championship for the season The K U is painting the town red Killed By a Wild Flower Versailles Ky May 2GNellle Spaulding the threeyearold daughter of Alex Spauldjng a farmer living near this city ate a poisonous wild flower that she picked up in the yard and died within a few hours Two Killings Near Mlddlesboro MIddlesboro Ky May 20 James Gilbert 17 shot and killed Walter Mills 16 at Mulberry Gap 20 mile away on Greasy creek James Carver shot and killed his father Jay Giver for correcting his child ICarpenter Killed By Lightning Ky May 20 During tho storm Green Hoskins a carpenter while at work In a building at Berea this county was struck by lightning and Instantly killed A companion by his side was unhurt Business Mens Excursion Louisville Ky May 26 Arrange ments are being made to run a bust ness mens excursion carrying 200 men from Louisville and other Ken tucky points to St Louis on Kentucky day June 15 Evitry square mile of sea Is estimat ed to contain 120000000 fish Ift WJi irI A r- JI d t aBohUraubt did me more good doctorESUIWIELD Draughtckuickly stomach and ofinditake a small dose of Tlied fords Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfeet THEDFORD5 BlA DRAUGHT r More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re curesdiarrhkeeps the bowelsregular All drtioriu se- UZcehlkaiea a Blackflraught cine to regulate the bowels IdRAilORANT d Ferry N C0IISTI PAIl 01- 1mr C S I Jj ii iit0 a I 5 I J ll illThe purchase price of qc fer the modest 4 heme or pala ti t residence l jf Clothiers For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1914 the Rright store room on Main street now uccnpfed bv Mr T A Rohin oii- tf il1 Laura S Bright Oovlnutnn Arnold Rro will pay the liiuliest market cash prite for wool 20atf Fur Shatnpooine Manlrnrintr FB clal Massage and all kinds of toihit req nlKltPR call on Mr Alien Jnues next door to Piirirs grocery on Maui street Sflaif Fresh inixeiteapet pickles Ant nlnin Hour at Frasa Bros opposite Glyndon Hotel E Dentheniga pnis the highest price for wool If Sltackelfonl Ogell the fninnnn faveckn fertilizer from SIR 00 103r 00 aer too l8f GOING TO rilE WORLDS tKAIR t USE THE Route THE LINE THAT IS CQMFOIWAHLE BEYOND A OFFICIAL ROUTE F R KENTUCKIANS TO Ask Us About It 4j Irwin Geo L Garrett OPA T pj AV LOUISVILLE KY 7 Texas t An ideal country for cheap homes sand HI f5 flU 116 lier grows jlann un IVxus are full of onportu iiitis tlieclintnto i mUd tbi jsol is iuh tho lands are Low HonjHSrekVrs Rate about halt fare Via j 16 a monthfirst smi tklni Tnes c For descriptive literature rnHiH aiiil xottrsioB rail twrlt J IL 0 OuU wr 4 I il 7 a cooking should be considered rangeIIIleast of all by a small means T o the cost of a cheap range ace l 11pairsMajestic Is built righiie all the heat properly distributed IIIt willQ pay for itself in fuel saved several times during Its long life Withrordinary care The Majestic will I last a lifetime with little or no f- outlay repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE 0CallS- our I store and we will convince you In a moment The Majestic Is IhatIand without an equal on 1 Sole Agents IIg Richmond Ky a 11 o9 u G e S HAVE YOU YOUR SPRING SOIl d If not do not until you have seen our line of Alfred Benja min Cos Correct Clothing for Men We have everything for Men and Boys use f jfi Mens Suits 850 to 30 Mens Rain Coats 10 to 30 Largest Line o- fHATS fNECKWEAR SHIRTS f and all kinds of Furnishing Goods in Central Kentucky Sole For Youmans Hats I LOUIS X GUS STRRULexingtons Leading and Fine Tailors FST LOUIS Henderson DOUVT FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS Arkansas Louisiana gtasesfruits yearSoul cliKjtp the iJdard for marketArbuckle Simmons BOUGHT Agents 7L R1BLANTOW DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main andJ3Strektsapr301Yi Phone i Call and see t I tase- 5TOk Re1eaand you can see hart North Star Refriget3c lined and why it w 4 onehalE the ice d 1 tales to run the soj Refrigerator fJ C IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORKwhich absorbs all the moistureandmakes it eoT e act 1T- t We have these Refrigerators porcelain and galvanized lined Ei DI Shflckelford P Subscribe for the- Ic CLIMAX 4r 1 J Only Qiw Dllarit a IJII t toj a u 1 vCs Vr Ti TI IIIItn- o W EVANS JK A Pw JRivtn AM c r A Magnificient Sock of Goods t Evethingfrthehome beautiful V can be found in our store c c- Ij andour prices will suitI C L everybody j I1 Teare at home at Joplins old standon F y Vain street arniwe guarantee the best y ind most polite attention r- f7 New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines V- Ij 25 30 and 35 Full Ball Bearings V Cgive usa call v C Crutcher Evans Main Street Richmond Ky t J D L Jt 0 v PUlior the builder liurii P lace at St Louis building in the world IINLOCH PAIlT oI1ffJf irf Itfltf tf entirely ike xre nlso the tatiM ciltnral ntig ti rhr tOUl It hioldop odd Fai strucu over a million dollars Nrbl11VirKinia tonIc uI1 fnil liiMt jvi nln WMff Such about jiiit their work pat Uctto pain Tbcir peciiiiMtk ns Una thu best iuatrnals the nl vornsnanliie lalk of skilled nrsais IKI iiif ra 4ry it stamps petal the vrslt rovn home JNlInJlhkwesn t1 paint rct and be time Mai ell tae cclws Our icxtil agect why Iy not t1le uae say paint price he wul quote you wilt satisfactory itREVER WE HAVE NO AGENT YOUR OWN DEALER WILL iiOCH FOR YOU IF SHOWN THIS AD BY WRITING DIRECT TO KINLOOH PAINT COMPANY ST LOUIS MO IS NO SUBSTITUTE KyTL L WATSON = 18 aid 20 N Upper Lexington Ky n reat Clearance Sale of Entire Suit Stock OneHalf Regular Price Itniiiti opirtMdiiv thnt Suit OHHIIOI fril to ini IfOltICHIMI Voltit VU eve 0 lilf Kv ry in Ioxigtou Ia sMjrlliwr fP Ililie Sli m for 13gUhLr29 00 Suits 13 50 fur regular 25 00 SIS 75 for S5 00 Suits 22 50 for re uljJIS40 00 Suits Inoioret lrit1 fu v itiMtkir l limn HSi SiUti nidwool r Jirm r n IIrilnr light x urn HII iry IrI sId HI fl 25 Al sritch lix al siiailtti 9Mild 41c pr innl of Sensational Sale cf White Goods Hint solil for ami Ict lc In i stviiitf in Itlwk 1V sHI4vrV 1100 is an HD tn ililu Math jjri II that soul for tirI iimm than o offer them ts nIwhili tho 4auk i cmlll J L Watson18 and 20 N Upp Lexington Ky h tJ W 11 JtJL ft 14 XF 7Ir When you are gLing o 7H Paint use L PRPARm HJUSf PAINT Lts unequaled for Durability and Fimli t lt BEST Mills ly fAl DLZ + Louisville Ky a Salt by W L LEEDS kifhmcniil Ky W 0 T 1 ar 7 1w h TTeVhIt ff3Tht X1a3s- bJron Mountain outM t Vie lfBt N itlilllHl 11it Ii ItsIIi iII III IIt Ir Ihtlal Itv t IIii t4It at iiiHViiii nii bn llmr UlifH TIi rt iHinr iliiily tm 1111 Iinnt litum turviMi im nb alnMl frt 1v udllliiir on or IIHIOIlIt n 41tlAIIuIi I r1lI- willlIl n Redued Rates to the West and Southwest via Southern Ry iti trip lIuIIPnI niil one WK jllliBt rIf11J HfTrtt silt flHt and tli iuwdnys in w rh iitmiiJi Ul1I- un IIr t tlress T W CUBWS t tray Paw uotit R1 R st Txlnirton KrICALL AT + JONES HIERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WIEIIMTOWN CottiHt and most refreshing of Brinks thut can be found disponsedhd tin sI4qa Kit Jr- r no8iiE St n linn particular the if c requires t and r ticyieKlNIfCH cn t1 vrri l pronounce Ifefeettnr it a s Umnrtfrtv r v t raSaJi paint jr liajtr a c ctc in IjesrrrilaM U Itncad vl tell you ts ct an other be surprisingly THERE t at UWoro s mi un Suite tQt1ILr c It d u t uns UHiiHlIt th vin Irrl H w lhi WI r N lr lit rllhI i in A A P l T oJ is it a y Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walkers stable on Irvine street and see the best lred and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood J6796 standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion J6 hands high Cnly 15 to insure a living colt HftVM vour i lil vehicle repainted itllll iu w rnliber tiiB In tak the place llf tlm o14won out stel tires you art 11W Ufiiitirtuil ii vII have a new Cnvernnc fur Hprini and einnraer doIgu ltlIK1FF Prop Ho iiuin Iisk joir wool 1sCo in ton Arnold ill urn They will pay von rah fur it tfI11 I KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew t FOR c OHSUMPTIOH OUGHSdHi SOLOS PrlceISOc 5100 Free Trial aIITnZOATUCSi of MONtY 1 t61I Ut Rt Vt BAcxj f s r For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo 01 10 2 to 3 No 5 Vo 6 Vo 7- Vo8 No 9 No 10 NonNo No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 o 19 Vo 20 Wo 21 No 22 N Io Vo 25 Vo 26 No 27 No 28 Vo29 Mo 30 A twngtory frame residence contAIn IngGrnoniiand two halt in Rich mood Ky Lot 40x160 feet small barn Price 1000 Wi less than original COS- tAtwoitOI7 frame reoldence on one of the nleMt resident streets In Rich mond HMI all neeensary ootbutld lnir A great bargain for anIon de Irlng a nice home Two nice renldencen near Main treet and only thee square from oout house more I1lO location reran ideal liome could not be found These residences will be sold at a bargain JttO will buy a good town lot JOxZln town lot on good street 48x jfeet Price 0 flood grazing and traIn produetntr rann rontalnlnir 200 acres mod residence barn and other outbuild tugs Price 4200 mood farm containing about 130 acres goiI re fdenae barn and other tm prnvements In fine locality Price MW Farm containing 100 acreS well fenced but v1l4no other Improve ment Pan he bought In connection with No 8 Price HfiOO Four cottage on nl street well improved Price 1100 each Hood eottaee in firstclass condition olsterd etc Price pro Nice residence containing seven r ms In resident portion of ctly Large vln and and al1 nlioutbnlldlng Price saDl- Orood lot suitable for hnsfnrs hoase can be bought cheep A four room ootace and even raTes of l nd five acres in grass and two in garden good orchard sod ffnpe ImftollngoTllthriving vHloge where eburehen schools Mre convenient Prie One of the nlrest re Menoe In ISIehroond ont initr e gut rooms atctyLos iiAnpllhrhl t iWxliO feet all ernry Wilwlkl lie Prt nstll n re nwWenre fnr any deel- rnrn Weal fun rtw l tv h i eiairwlednItns In Rirhmowt vel lmi nweH p Ii 11M- Twn ktts IWTifH flu good iielhh- HTii4i It rIce fM roo tags on a nIrsklnt Mrset prtiMttrinc roar rooms asul neo Miry tiiliflfni fn Ire- d+ n ihe fw4aIwnt ires hargs4ns Iiae Will thsi rmIiIeIce for purchaser AH sesl ccHtoee br five rooms heswtifnl vard sad all nqsry mshuMlneajooiadiis Kiiod stable and Price IIIII Will Ill on IIIMaIlnt plan Will paint rnei4enee fur nibsr Mesvetdene osalaere lot cm tania rvtn roflng and1wperihis llHxed in bel re Mem MWtkiii n ilty SubV cowl fe n 1WT114inli lrtoit a nlrv hmite efiinal in grass mud la Al ton farm as ta well watered Th re illnil tM land a small r ld iice adoth LOCSIIIhotFloor mad grist mill Anderson RaldIHtfbuilt S yar tao Steam and wale power the Niter three mon h of th- oyr It Is notndale Rr lle Mill vrlib hero fnrenri end m a mcmlmw truoija All forfe or MOO forth win and tb Korea Oneha eai Has tine trade No inlll It lit miles 7ocHintypower new uptodnt In ever particular and good dwelling will Iniproverrnnts and IB acre of flu land Cbs to Southern railroad Priee 8W60- Al o II aere of Ktortdasland Mannvilel on railroad tree throueh tarf leaving S cns or one side with 2tol iran hutand oranves aeh prs plums grapes besrlg and acres on oth rMde with I room Istnry house Oanes peaches peers plum grapes etc xll for or the f toSI32serea In Mien county Ky on rallr al and rIle about VI e Itivateil hout l5lu timber sni Tintberonniareia shiligleatiesfor tI place tvlre over A large dwellInltSrof two stories with room bove haf IitwoetordIlillhalls bath rooms with hot nor ntilinuseoiiUitlildines n a looalion Richmond for ordlng houw Followirf Special Rates in Effect via L On cay olonijif to the Sonthwput Flinmrv IG March anti lit npri t1 10 nlso to Kiilisns anil isnrjnj tliie IittPg J W Hflmiltnn Airpiit m TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wir Fence 11 tlllLlilplures in MHSOII eouiUy vrbnckle Simmonsearcv 0 Hamilton O Stood W laaters I V Whftlock bun eta pp Burton Roberta J W Teeter J W Prewitt L A Wearreu C O McWh Oiokner BnrrJT Coy It fbmoii tom ft 4 it Vie We- nMwlli Newsy Iilpntin rgP11ot Vsllaceton Berea Kirksvlllc 44t4 50 EXP CE jI J ij i TRADE MARKS DESIGNS icAnronoanlnyeinntaternaaent reederScientific Jfttierican JtI1Ilost1orulaUonveart tour months ti Sold byall newsdealers YorkBrancb WeaR Hearts everyomlIndigestionheart disease not organic are not oely IndlCestionwhich fails of perfect digestion ferments and hehearttbatIcllcatMrDKaibi gf NrnIh Ourr lludstdtwble w3a In a bad state sa had heart 1rouIIt I toe iccIoi DysppI Cur for about fouJ months sad It car me taidstrain and the heart cf ill pressure a vou ouJe1onJr trialIePrepared rL 0 D WITTIc Oui 0 J E J JJJPvriftf iii ri 0 aTv SptcUl Btcnrjloas To St Louts The C H D Ry will run specla flxcnrsions to the Worlds Fair each Tuesday and Thursday from May 17th 1004 to June 30th 1004 The excursion lute will firuVthis line most convenient in view of the fact that the C H D All ters St Louis over the Wabash tracks thus gaining the advantage of the Wnbash Station right at the main entrance to the crounds in addition to the regular Union Station Terminal The Wnhash in the only line having a Ststion at the groUnds To all who de ire to avail tliemsclveH If thl amplo accommodations of the many large hoteU convenient to the main entrance the urrancnmcnt by which thin C H can chpck bag engs direct to this station will he very vinvpnlnnt avnnlincposRihle delay and iiioonvenlpiipe of a long tranpfpr through the city advantatres offered bym no other line from this territory RIPANS Tabules leaDoctorsA goodprescriptionf For mankindis The 5 cent picket III enoneh for iciial occasions The raI1111 bottle IN ofittrmtAll drnuclBts sell tlipin B K DuncHii and hyman Parrlsh have npeiipd a flStcInsB livery iltabiCl on Irvine sri hIPIl Streonil Thiril nni nk the pnliic foi a share Jl their jmin iiiM linth are expe rlenreil work mcii Satisfaction irnnran eit GAUn Sheriffs Sale d t Inosittief daevairKrown Son It S Kmiil r k Son wcnnil oviiir ii k Mitchell third W L Vller Mm HealnM Arthur M IVrrill I ur oil IIr my Deiuiiies wi hifif 1 Monday June 6 1904i t 24Halttsftii FdiIliMr in Hirhii i hlflltnulltKy xIli4 to 1iililujSale Ui lh hiirh t iMilihr tliH follWiiij iliwrilietl l roiHrtv or ss much thierrifss mar iifietoiMrv tiiHiisty PiaiiiiillVdebi uituret nnd C is to wit Arthur M Tirill one rillh interest II riiiiHiinlei ill IIIH mother Iditie K alnuit rrill deceac ii e tnte ciiiipfKtin oIH J38 Acres of Land oituated in MntiFOii county Ky in the iilnife MnulMeiMl lii i let Ivint on the valern nf Ii it f ii klie Sjlvrr UrcekVidjiiiiiiiiT t Iii iirojflrlyof Th heimut Sr Fniiniain Rtte nid oth terno M Teirrl life esiite levied npoti fll jlri pnrtv of Arthur M IVrrill and Iol4tlhII1 I 11HeirinnniB n a black ak on Adam KnirtiK1 lilt liei ce the diviojoii line feFriiiiiIscet to a r tfe11r1ftt n rn It brilosree the ce II rth lit wee 22 1B to a make thence mirth wen lOll intle stake tu hArry tree pointers ir bun nunm line with it 2 Pan 5 poles 10 a liiukory dump thence otili 10 PI 2 4 nolea t 5 svoiinnifR Ufluitieliireeiinitioii KHndiiit on the bank ol Unrig forkIfSilver C1rk thence Paii ol poles h a sake corner of Admi lingers with Inc line north 15 east74f poles to he ipgimiliin- gnIiihtMSSaIe will be made on Credit of three month bond with an nrovefl Beriiitv required bearine inter est at tim tII1nf 0 per cent per annun rum ilav of fHle and hnvitlir the forri ind effect of ale lonINO F WAOFHS ShenlTMC May 3 1W4 JSmSt ATTENTION We have moved onr produce busiiipsi from i he East Ktid of Main strul to the Garnett Mount store riMim on Second street where wo will be glad to welH come ur friends and patrons We will continue to nay the highest market price for SeggsHides Furs andother Produc- eR us n call in our new quarters and we will convince volt that we are the leic1els in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second streei 2Pjnnlv RICHMOND KY Worlds Foir Short Line Southern Railway i 0 43 Miles the Shortest F 8tost anH best to the 4 WOIJdtS Fair Look at the Sehedules ly1pArrive St lulls 4 6pIII Solidnroijj oJ LuhInmnn1tepars gbservnt ii in Di nl Car and day cmTches throujih frr iir Versailles to St Louis without hitngn dRily1IIVAr lye St liiik 72R m Solidtrain of Ilillnmn and i ar coic StLouIsAll faliH n kn etse connection at Ruburbanthe WorldV Fair grounds iVersatile16 M gW41rurning Dec loOl187A returning sixy days 1195 good ntUninff ten days 1ietSoOcact Exctirifon tickets on sale special dales IL B Mullnhe Ajrvnt VersajUesKy HlourthhuIctitZ6rvJp e jthemost renierliis for women in the treiitnicn if her delicate organs contain more o wDoIrugists ate not permitted to sell narcol poiviisDo d jot take internally any medlcne or the pain accompanying pregnancy toIsis jouahas been in use over fNh tears and that each bottle of tic Jemuie bears the name The Brailficld Regulator Co Do you know that when you use thuGr nthathe hisalthykntwinglhey tnOurIMC BRADfltO REGULATOR co AtUnU 01the FARMERS AND BREEDERS The Winners In the 1000 Contest Are Announced Lexington Ky May 27 Winners tho Kentucky farmers and breeders 000 contest were announced Thurs I3r ferooklynse tha bisnth street New York was the first re onceivedCGCfiC A C st Knreetgets the second prize of24166R Williams Danville Ky guess re ceived May 26 gets the third prize of 191666 The other three Gormley Bo YoughnC66C6 each HIS OWN EXECUTIONERlb e Was ThWife froessageerona Fleenor the wife murderer confined In jail at that place commit ce stollfour fet long which he had procured fr us Itoedta Lerredappeals He was convicted of the utal murder of his wife last October He used a large pocket knife and artIer almost cutting her heart out cut her body in strips RESEMBLES YELLOW FEVERsa nable to Check a Strange Disease at Long Fork Creek Mayking Ky May 27A fatal dls phasfor wo weeks believed to have been jaiandeaths occurred Wednesday and Mary Riddle 80 died Wednesday nlgbL So far physicians have been unable to check its progress Schools hove been suspended Indefinitely and all business Is at a standstill Oppose the Monument Frankfort Ky May ZiT1e KenI tucky department of the Grand Army of tjig Republic closed Its meeting on Thursday without adopting or even c cOodesndayRobertson county to honor the memI0 c KongressIn Washington Order For Election Frankfort Ky 27 Gen ofalyIng of an election by the companies composing the Third Kentucky ragiI ment on Friday May 27 for the purI pose of filling the vacancy occasioned by the death of the late Col Thomas J mith of Bowling GreenGiSix Broke Jail Greenup Ky May 27 Chares Ha1IJ shameseicapTdRamsey were recaptured at Wheelers burg 0 h stoundsIng fugitivesthBrakernans Ccstly Mistake Lexington Ky May 27Mrs Lu alia Thurman was given a verdict of 1000 damage against the Southern railway for being removed by a brakeman out of a white to a colored pastsengers coach Mrs Thurman is vpryr lark and he mistook her for a colored woman II Died In Her 91st YeartWinchester Ky May yearo1berJay having served in the legislature and constitutional convention of thisItate Dragged Bf a Cow Covington KyMay 27 Caught In the coils ota rope fastened tor a cow Florence Trlellng a 13yearold girl was dragged Thursday morning and seriously Injured The little girl was ent by her father John Triellng to ake the cow to pasture New Kentucky Postmasters KentuckypostmastErs follows Neatsburg Adair county J countyrohnYo Thomas M Powers Vester Adairounty James B Dooley Death of Judge Reeves WihhLatIawsonsent to his home here where the fu leral took place Thursday morning Hicks Convicted of Murder Grayson Ky May 27LClaib Welts in trial In time Carter circuit court for SollIeratYeatiihqVt Dled From Heart Trouble ITJenton Ky May 27David Shem vell one of the oldest and bestknora en oJ the died ithls home jeahJDaklestel from heart trouble He 1lbeen allffetnt9r seyerat weeks 1ll tT op J If KENTUCKY GRAND ARMY Monut They Favor the Erection of a mont in Memory of Gen R E Lee Frankfort Ky May 26The Ken tucky department Grind Army of the Republic will adopt resolutions urging the national department to call upon congress to erect Washington a mon ument to the memory of Gen Robert Bj Lee The resolution which was of fared by Judge 0 S Deeming of Robertson county a leading lawyer repubJ Bean and union veteran Is as follows Whereas Nearly forty years of unexampled prosperity to our counfy have elapsed since the close of the civil war and Whereas The people of the south have given convincing evidence of thcli good faith In laying down their arms have shown a willful acquiescence the result of that terrible conflict e proved their patriotism and their love for the union and have sealed their devotion to the American flag h their blood in the SpanishAmer war and desiring to give the con federate veterans a soldiers earnest and to the people of the south a new nnd stronger pledge of brotherhood to the end that a united bound ether by stronger and more pert ties of confidence and love may rney on through the centuries to a happier and a more glorious desUny Therefore be ItlResolved That It Is the sense of th and Army of tje Republic of the partment of Kentucky that a anita monument bo erected at public ex pense In the city of Washington to time memory of Gen R E Lee and that members of the Grand Army 011 Republic petition the congress of United States to make the neces Ear appropriations and take such other stops as will be necessary to have this done- William T Bowsmltb of Covington was elected department commander for Kentucky Two MenStruck By Lightning Constance Ky May 26 During the thunder storm Capt H Kottryer the ryman and George Peeno were ocked by lightning Kottryer was at stable when lightning struck a pipe Peeno was In Webb Riggs barn the hay lying down when he was struck Part of the roof was torn off ttryer was knocked about six feet and the shovel he had in his hand was thrown some distance Louisville Tobacco Market Ixiulsvllle Ky May 26The New rk house of Kreamelberg Co has rchased 3000 hhds of dark lugs from the Italian reglebiiters and will be sent Spain The price was round 4c a The market was steaSly Wednes day and good prices were realized e offerings were 543 hhds of which were burley nnd 223 dark Burley sold from 4 to 2060 Dark brought m 290 to 8 The Cornerstone Laid Lexington Ky May 26The corner ne of the 50000 Y M C A build g was laid here Wbdriesday amid 1m prewlve ceremonies Rev Carter im Jones of Louisville made tIme pr incipal address All the pastors in xington were present Post Office Safe Dynamited Lexington Ky May 2GThe newly creatnd post office of Belfonte Boyd county Ky which only a short time ago laid In Its first supply of stamps s dynamited early Wednesday The fe was wrecked anti all the stamps and money taken Steamer Chattanooga Sinks Padiieah Ky May 2Ii1ho steamer Chattanooga of the Tennessee river chiet line sank In the Tennessee riv near hero The 20 passengers wore saved Tho boat and cargo valued at 26000 will probably prove a total ss For a Railroad Depot Lexington Ky May 2GThe ways and moans committee or the general council Wednesday night recommend ed tho passage of the ordinance pro viding for the sale of the city building to the railroad companies for a depot Decided the Championship Lexington Ky May 2GThe Ken lucky university defeated the State Ueie 5 to 3 Each college bad won former game and this decides the 10 cal championship for the season The U is painting the town red Killed By a Wild Flower Versailles Ky May 26Nelle Spauldlng the threeyearold daughter Alex Spauldjng a farmer living near this city ate a poisonous wild lower that she picked up In the yard- md died within a few hours Two Killings Near Mlddlesboro MIddlesboro Ky May 26James lbert 17 shot and killed Walter mils 16 at Mulberry Gap 20 mile away on Greasy creek James Garner ot and killed his father Jay Garver for correcting his child Carpenter Killed By Lightning Richmond Ky May 26During tho orm Green Hoskins a carpenter hile at work in a building at Berea is county was struck by lightning and instantly killed A companion by his side was unhurt Business Mens Excursion Louisville Ky May 26Arrange ments are being made to run a busi ss mens excursion carrying 200 men from Louisville and other Ken KcntuckylayEvnry square mile ofsca is estimat ed to contain 120000000 fish If D GESTION I was troubled with atom BlaekJrau doetoraESHItUIELD Draughtquickly ion the stomach and cures even chronic cases of i indigestion If you will Thjf9rds yourstomachfect condition THEDFORD5 SLA DRAUT More sickness is caused bylconstipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re butcuresdiarrhcea keeps the bowels regular AU drugxbtaselt ascent t akazja Thedford8Blac1c the best medicine to regulate the bowels1 have ever used MRS SneadsPerry STIPATJml fl tI t I a C 0 rtl The purchase price of modestr1 Hal residence 1 HAVE YOU YOUR sun= Agents Youmans Hats X Tailors For I desire to rent Bright store room occupied bv Mr T A Robinson tf Ms Laura Brlcht Owlnuton Arnold Rro will pay the blubext market cash price for wool 20atl For Sliainpooinsr Mnnirnrinir FH cial Massnce anrt nil kInds of toilet rej nisitpfi rail on Mrs Alice Jnnpo next door to Piirirs grocery on Maui street 20itf Fresh mixed xwppt pickles mul oltiin sour at Frasa Bros opposite Glyndon Hotel E Dentber gfl lass the lilchcst price for wool If Pliackelfonl fo poll the famous faveeka fertilizer from SIB 00 to 3 J 00 OT ton UJ1tf GOING TO THK WORLDS KA1 R I t t ZZ- 7sI USE TH- EElenderso Route THE LIME THAT IS COMFOHTiBLE BEYOND d HAIR CARS OFFICIAL ROUTE FIR KENTUCKIANS TO Ask Us About It 4J Irwin Geo L Garrijtt- O P A P A LOUISVILLE KY Arkansas Texas t Louisiana ItAn ideal country for cheap hoiiios and tit f5 plO 16 per ncr griiwa orn cotton wheat oats ijiasJjes fruits and vtetshls- yttarSoIIIaim anrt Texas art full of opportu mitidsthe climate N mild the 8 Is huh jLowabout half lam Via the it tl00 1 iVe a monthfirst sail third T es S Foe rlecrlptlve lIt rnt re la1Wt anil writ ti L o SCHAEFER iT p A Cutia tt II W rJ a cooking range Ij f should be considered least of all by a family ofIsmall means oJ fHthepairs and In the end it han cost more titan The Majestic Ihe stan dard everywhere Because the h Majestic Is built rightfl all the s heat properly distributed IIIt willCI J pay for itself In fuel saved several times during its long life With tf ordinary care The Majestic wil last a lifetime with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP I EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE gpfei Call and see them at 0 I The Majestic Is and without an equal on thelitmarket I Abuc Sole SimmonsI Richmond Ky II BOUGHT SPRING If not do not until you have seen our line of Alfred Benjamin Cos Correct Clothing for Men 6 We have everything for Men and Boys use I It Mens Suits 850 to 30 Mens Rain Coats 10 to 30 Largest Line o- fHATS 0 NECKWEAR SHIRTS I and all kinds of Furnishing Goods in Central Kentucky fo Sole For fo LOUIS GUS STRRULexingtons Leading Clothiers and Fine I RmtI LOUIS DOUBT FREERECLINING ejicnraUinraFf1 IiL Bconvince kII till L R BLANTON d vv DEALER IN j Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc T rnCt Call and see tk f SaSS t TOkITa t c hoigNorth lined and why it will onehalf the ice th r tales to run the soc Refrigerator It fo L IT IS LINED WI- THGRANULATED L F CORKt which absorbs all the moistureandmakes it f eoTs a 1T t1 f We have these Refrigerators porcelain Hrri II and galvanized lined DID Shockelford c Subscribe for the I GLJMAX t OniyOnDUaraY