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I THI3 RICFIMOND1TIuLUME 31RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1904 NUMBER 9 J PHONE80 I EC WINES DRUG STORE 1 COR MAIN FIRSTW r7I7IF7I is 7I 7I7I m The Hustlal Cash Store or- Fm s ih J yII u iz r j 4 y L 1L i BARGAINS r L j t f 1 1LSwc 1t Fl h lli 1 71 Idc LACKEY AND HAMILTON E I IM 71 71 ffi F7I7W 7 ATTfNTION We have moved our produce business from the East End pf Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel1 come our friends and patrons We will continue In pay the highest market price orV Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other ProduceI Jive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in I Madison county GOTT BROS Second street ISManlv RICHMOND KY +++ CALL AT ++++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshingo- f of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed 1 by upto ate and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone t Second St The Calvert MISS WllUK K J10CKEK lJtOPIURTIt SS Rates J 00 per Day Speiial Rates to Large Parties 3C41 FINNKY AVENUE i ST LOUIS MO ay o It Summer Tourist Rates TO Pueblo Colorado Springs Denver Salt Lake City and Ogden Via The Missouri Pacific Railway The Colorado Short Line I Tekete un sale Juno 1st Jo Septem ber 0 hFinRI return limit October 31 stopover allowed Double dailv service from St Louis to Colorado and Ft h IMillman DrawingRoom 3Ioep r er Pining Care and Ire Reclining Unexcelled service andch ir cars qiik timeV V For ftiiher information addreerv A A GaiIighiiiP P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati Ohio vForKent The Chasmlth resilience on Main strArtjxR6ssion given tit once will alsodiBppse of KrovinK vegetables WIl Harris reLARaHroa1 Fresh mixed sweet pickles and plarn5ouriat Frasa Bros opposite Glynddn Hptel i fZ 1 iY t IviNjS 1 1 New Coal Yard The Big Hill Coal Co has opened a retail coal yard at the old Christian yard ormerlyoccnpled by H FIBarker near the L N R R depot We arnnow prepared tp furnish theI public an excellent quality of coalat very low prices Nowis the time toI buy your winter supply while summer prices are in effect We respectinlly solicit a share of tour patronage and your orders will be filled promptly Bio HILL COAL Co Phone 93 H F Barker AentIHay 25 1004 IftFor RentIOur large and commodious storeroomI 18x100 feet No 208 south side Main Btreet This is ono of the best located best lighted and hnndsatripst storeroom In the city Suitable for almost any kind of business Call on or ad dress JohN G TAYLOR SONS Richmond Kentucky Telephone No 202 Very Low Rites to Hot Springs Ark via the Iron Mountain Route Onehalf rates pins tw S2 dollars for the round trip to Hot Springs Ark va Iron Mountain Route For dates of sale limit of tickets and illustrated descriptive matter address A A Gallagher D P ID Walnut street Cincinnati 0 B K Duncan and Lyman Parrlsh havi opened a firstclaps livery stable on Irvine street hetwten Second and Third and ask the public foi a share f their patronage Both are experienced workmen Satisfaction enaran teed 6arn Master Commissioners Nodce to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT M J Roberta Admt FlU Airalust Helen E Ford c Dft All persons having claims against the tate of M ryJ Roberts are hereby notified to file name legally verified with the undersigned on or lx fore the 1st dayot August or fame will be barred 8 HTHORPK JIC M O C Sunday Trains on L A Oommpiicin noxt Sundsv Juno 6 and continulnir each Sunday during the months of Jnnt July and Ancnt the ahove road will run Sunday trains en the following schedule to aud from Richmond For Versailles C n inVFor WrRaillefl 635 p m For Irvine and Beattyville 1T55 a m FromNpnailles 9515 q m From Verpallles 1130 n m Frtoirklrvine and Beattyvill 635 p m Rates One firBtclass fare Jor the ronndrip but no fare niorethanl 50 H R Smith G F P A On the Teeth Depends iconc tioo of the general health Rem vilg or filling decayed teeth means the rOmrval of thn cause of much disease The skillful applica tlos of J1DENISTRYIo hiinot only relieved pain but pro iongcd life Solid Gold Teethj 5 50 Gold Fills 1 50 iAmalgam Fills 75V Teeth l 25 our wek guaranteed Will fiveJfijstlsTaction under all circuni stances i frv H Hobson Dentist Klchmond = Kentucky lfl fil i il f l e 28 t A Kecaterie of Names A story is told of Cherokee woman who has married six times and has never got out of the animal line When she was a girl she was known as Miss Mollie Panther She married an Indian named Coon and when that gentleman was transferred to the happy hunting grounds she soon became Mrs Fox The Fox did not last always andwhen I he entered the last chase the widow married n mild placid man named Mul who never had any kick coming till he harnessed up to draw his load across the Great Divide After a pe riod of mourning the widow again en tered the realms of matrimonial bliss became Mrs Wolf and when his scalp went to the Great Father along with his coporeal remains she became the wife of a man named Tiger and when Mr Tiger chanced his stripes foi a pretty white robe in the Great lie yond she selected another husband of the name of Rabbit Kansas City JournalVWITH every passing day there comes the story of some weary soul that has sought rest in selfdestruction A poor woman in Chicago who was put of work and whose husband had gone crazy on account of his misfortunes dressed her three young children in clean garments and attired herself in the scant best she had und laid down with them to wake no more on earth They were found next day lock II in each others embrace cold in death asphyxiated by easThe road of life was too stoney for the weary lest to travel the ceaseles struggle too bard to bear What a world of pathos in the murder of those three little helpless children by a despairing mother What utter hopelessness must have prompted Yet Mr Carnegie is still giving his monej filched from the pockets of the American people to the building of public libraries that he thinks will perpetuate his name upon their mirble fronts How much better it vould bo to found Institutions lor the belpness women and children of the country who are mot able to stem the lido of adversityand want Ono little life one immortal soul saved from the abyss ofsl struc tion vnld be worth all ihe monu tliIIf stone that could be heaped ulufvu Use ashes of the dead i hut a consolation it would boo when the shades of eternal night are gathering around the pillow to know that we have not lived in vain that we have accomplished for humani tys sakeDanvillo News Southern Raily Worlds Fair Short Line Fastest and best to the Worlds Fair Look at the Schedules- Lv Versailles 033 a ra daily Louisville 900 a m ArSt Louis 456 rrt 01116ervatiou LouiiwithoutchanRe Lv VersaSIU 525 p m daily Lonisvilln 1015 p m Ar fit Louis 732 am f olid tram of Pullman Weepem and day coaches through from Versailles to St Louis without chanceVAll trains niako close connections at Union Station St Louis with Snbur haivwrvice nd electric carS direct to the W rlds air grounds froJlRirhmondSIT 76 good returning Dec 15 Oi 1480 good returning sixty days 1l35 good returning fifteeridays Tickets on sale dally at above rates S9 25 tOach Excursion tickets on safttc vry Tnesdav and Thursday in J daysfA ii LexiiiRton Ky assAKt23jtotirthavAeitXJeQ Pam Agt St Lou li Mo J riI1i h rrr u j f j CAUSE OF SUICIDE UNKNOWNIYoung Girl Drowned Ohio River Hawesvllle Ky July 14Clara Toler aged 20 drowned herself In the Ohio at Lewisport She had just re turned from a trip to an Ow nsboro physician She was a twin daughter of James Toler the wealthiest landowner in Hancock county The body has not been recovered The cause for the suicide Is unknown although tla said a thorough Investigation is to be made with indications of sensational evelopments Negroes who saw the drowning say the girl waded out into the stream several times before she finally drowned herself BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT Prosecutor Testified That He Sent Her a Package of Poison Owensboro Ky July HThe f5000 breach of promise suit of Miss Mollie Miller against Estill Berry a young farmer Is on trial in circuit court Miss Miller testified Wednesday that Berry sent her a package of rat poison and told her to take a spoonful of it in liquor Berry claims that It was under duress that be promised to marry the girl He says that she had a bottle of laudanum in her hand and said she would kill herself it he did not marry her THE DOYLE FUNERAL Handsomest Floral Tributes Seen In- Lexington For YearsI funerlalMonday night was held from the Cath cue church Wednesday morning at 9 oclock The remains were followed to the grave by hundreds of the dead mans friends The flowers which cov ered the casket of the unfortunate young man were the handsomest seen In this city In years his friends con tributing over 100 for floral designs Sensational Damage Suit Covington Ky July HMary M Thacker flied suit Wednesday In the United States district court against George Perry and 25 residents of Flem ing county She asks for 50000 dam ages She alleges the defendants lynched her husband William Thack er a year ago Appointed Superintendent Versailles Ky July 14John IL Pates was Wednesday appointed sn perintendent of the Louisville At lantic Railroad Co with headquarters In this city Mr Pates started with the L A a few years ago as con ductor of a passenger train Justice of the Peace Wilson Dead Mayfield Ky July 14J P Wilson justice of the peace died at his home near Sedalla of consumption He was about C5 years old and one of the countys best citizens He was an ex confederate soldier and a member of the Christian church Will Not Strike Louisville Ky July HThe hun dred employes of C F Yissman Cos packing plant decided not to strike at present fora ninehour day It is not thought that the Chicago strike will affect the price of meat hereMontgomeryCountys Wheat Crop Mt Sterling TCy July HThe wheat crop In this county Isnow be Ihg threshed and promises a much better yield thin farmers expected The quality Is good A considerable amount has been sold for good prices New Hotel For the Highlands Newport Ky July 14A modern hotel to cost 50iM Is to beorect ed In the Highland district mitfwa DartOliriAAJcles office of County Clerk Betz t Rev Darslts Remains 12 Frankfort Ky July 14Tl r mains ot the late Elder GeorgDar- of the Christian church arv from Chicago on the 1018tr day morning The funeral wiTjuaT place Thursday afternoon Death of Daniel Callahan Frankfort Ky July 14Da g lahan aged 73 who had beFn Louisville Nashville rallrthtd ifor 40 years having been tbb ga master here for about 20 year7tdr- Tuesday morningV foq Lifes Ills Too Burdens Lexington Ky July H MrMe dlsappearedirlmfihome were for her to bear t5f Called To Hopklnsvil Clarksville Tenn July ii v E Fogartle professor of philosophy Southwestern PresbyterlariJuntvJra here has been caned to t N n Street Presbyterian church bfsH klnsvllle Ky r Oil Well Started Newport Ky July 14Wor it been started on the borig ot a tV oil well at Grants Lick wher claimed oil has been founin pa quantities Squire McVeanWnsEi farmVS jJ Ri4Newport Be4fc lek 7 residing at 507 Columbia streot was drowned In the Ohio river at tie foot of Columbia street Wednesday The body has not been recovered The bamboo Is said to grow sometimes at the rate of three feet a day Working Night arid Day The busiest and mightiest little thing KlngsNewLifPilisjuts strength histiesnessinto energy irttinfag into men al owe Theyre oriderful in bujidiligup the health Only 25c per box Bold by R C Stock ton lin In a collision between two trains psetIetbJuredVNight Was Her Terror nightlongAlexandria Indhand could hardlY et any sl ep I hadcoaumnptfon so had that it I walked a block I would cough frightfully and Vpit blood but when all other medjciiips Tailed three 81 bottles of Dr Kinds New Discovery wholly eared me and I gairfed 5g pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bron chi tis and all Throat and EuHg troubles IIreeLlot ij K 1 SOCIETY MEN MUCH NEEDED Weary Philadelphia Matron Declares That Business Interferes with Social Requirements What we need Is society men declared a weary matron to a Philadelphia Record man Our men are so fagged by their attention to business that they are next to worthless They regard the average social function as an awful bore and leave everything pertaining to entertaining and to going about to their wives In case the poor wife succumbs to the strain they hunt around for a spinster or widowed sis ter or sisterinlaw or other relative who will consent to take upon her shoulders this social side of the matte IAstheir duty Is done when theyve given AnIan entire season and from hisknowl edge of ineliglbles is able to keep her well informed How about the American papa His only ammunition con sists in an occasional rabid blustery remark about the nincompoop fortune hunters who hover about the daughter of the house As for sane thoughtful counsel he gives not a bit of it So clety is a game he got Into without in tention or effort and he utterljre fuses to take any trouble about his fel low players Even his own daughters have to go It blind As I said before what society needs is society menI POPE DIGNIFIED NOT PROUD Plus X Has Not the Magnetism at the Popular Preacher But He Is Magnetic- Flux X Is of a good height strongly made even stout and has a fine grace of carriage says Booth Tar ngton in Harpers Magazine his dignity is as great as his position but utterly with out haughtiness or pomposity or pride of office He has none of the magnet Ism of the popular preacher actor rkaIto all the world Every one was laugh lag with excitement and the sheer pleasure of seeing him and because he smiled a little His voice mellow clear and resonant yet gentle has in it the quality of lofty and practical goodness that is In his face It is a strong voice too with the strength of theman who could give an Incorrigible lout a fine beating for the good of his soul and it Is what might be called a brave voice A man with that kind of voice will not be afraid of anything that might happen to himself only But more than these things It carries to one who hears it the benediction that exhales from the spirit of Plus X to all the world all the timeV STARTING IN MARRIED LIFE New Orleans Benefactress Listens to Tale Which Shows Shrewd Calculation Miss Sophie beloved benefactress 6f half the poor ofNew Orleans says the Youths companion sat at her desk writing when an elderly woman who had made many previous demands upon her was ushered In- Oh Miss Sophie she said breath lessly I want to borrow a dollar please right away What do you need the money for Ermagarde Well now you see Im going toget married and I need It for the license But if the inanyou areto marry can not nay for the license howVls he going thlcer nek1f ntQt10U f inches long carrying a i more slender and segmented posterior part which at particular seasons sep arates off and Mwims about and In this headless form the worm are so numerous that the water seems absolutely alive with them Brutally Tortured A case came to light that forpersist cut and umorcffnl torture has never been equaled Joe Golohick of Colu pa Culif writes For 15 years I er dured insufferable pain from Rbetna tisin and nothing relieved me though I tried evervthin known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottle of it completely relieved and cured meJust na good for Livrr and Kidnev troubles and general debility Only SOc fiatisf notion guaranteed by ROSlo kton druggist We have never shown a larger stoclf of Carriages Snrries Buggies and run bouts than wo now have on display In our show room r Itwiil pay you to ej amine rehuyfBscW als do repairing and rejoining in boat nan ners at moderate price The best wit her tire applye4 and guaranteed fqr on year Call deee un R liIt9w Carriage Works tf AJ MWkI ptkJ rJ ro rtJ t4lriI i 1S itf 1S F Ii ll f r Disease takes no summer vacationIf need fierh and strength us- eScotts Emulsion summer as in winter Send for free sample SCOTT nOWNE Chemists 94s Pearl Street New York soc and i 00 aUdruggitsV Kentucky State News Items 1 IHOSTETTER MILLIONS j Three Covlngton People Will Be Cared For For Life Plttsburg Pa July l3The will of4 the late Mrs Rosetta R Hostetter widow of Dr David Hostetter proprietor of Hostetters bitters was filed here Tuesday It disposes of a trifle over 5000000 and about 2200 of It goes tochnrltyVThe main part of the immense Hos tetter fortune Is divided between the three children of the famous physli clan Mrs Amy H Dupuy D Herbert Hostetter and Theodore R Hostettor with the provision that the children of these legatees shall Inherit the portion now set apart for the parents The following special bequests ap pear Mrs Mary H Parker of Cov Ington Ky sister of the deceased as well as her daughter Mary L Parker aged 58 each receive 1500 per year for life and Alfred Rickey of the same place brother of the dead wom an receives 1000 for life Rickey is 71 years old Misses Amy and Mar garet Rickey aged respectiveLy C4 and 59 years receive 1000 annually for life I SHOT HER LOVER Then She Wounded the Woman She Caught With Him Harrod burg Ky July 13SallIe Mundy while enraged by Jealousy emptied her revolveY in a fusillade of bullets Into the bodies of her lover Jim Robinson and her rival Lou Gordon whom she came upon unawares in a room on Hunker Hill the tender loin district of this city Two balls took effect in the body of Robinson nnd will prove fatal Two seriously wounded the Gordon woman one breaking her leg at the knee Her screams aroused the neighborhood and- brought the police to the scene who arrested the frantic Sallie and placed her in jaiLVLOSES HI SHARE OF ESTATE Will of the Late Mary W Bowler Leaven George Pendleton Out Covlngton Ky July l3The lack of the appreciation of money was the cause stated in a will probated Tuesday In the Kenton circuit court for dls inheriting George Pendleton one of the heirs who otherwise might havo been the beneficiary of a large sum The document was an authenticated copy of the will of the late Mary Wil liamson Bowler who died at Edee Me The estate Is valued at nearly 1000 000 The estate owns valuable prop erty in Covington and Cincinnati The family formerly lived In East Third street Covington Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July 13The tobac- Co market Tuesday opened unchanged front last weeks close Prices showed a lowering tendency The offerings were only 171 hhds of which 5 hhds were burley and 1GG hhds dark fur sold from 780 to 18 Dark rang from 265 for trash to 950 for un d leaf To Hear Complaint tpulsvllle Ky July l3The Ken Tky railroad commission met Tues to hear the complaint of theLum iens club of Louisville against ouisville Car Service association lub charges that the association mhlne and that its rates are ex u ant unwarranted and unjust To Entertain Visiting Elks ImCovlngton Ky July l3The Cov lodge of Elks has about com ifjieted arrangements for receiving the members during the reunion 3jehome of the local Elks will be with more than 400 electric obe with a mammoth elk head as- a enter piece i His Examining Trial jQexlngtpn Ky July 13Tack Shee jIwho shot and killed Bud Harris tJn front of the formers saloon early Sunday morning was brought before ifttfdge Bullock Tuesday morning and 45d his examining trial set for Wed msday afternoon Sheehan is charged idthmurder i Death of Elder W A Utley iB Bentott Ky July l3Elder W A itlfeyone of the best known and most jpjlejy respected men of this county led at his horne near Hardin from fever The deceased was a Bother of Senator N W Utley of Ed dyvlfle o He Dropped His Revolver Ashland Ky July 13W M Con d iJntlmber man of Catlettsburg astnstantiy killed by the accidental dBcharge of a revolver Ho dropped tbe pistol and it was discharged the ball passing through his heart His Hand Blown Off Mt Sterling Ky July 13The hand ot William McGllaway of the firm of McGllaway Heck Manufac turing Co was blown off at the wrist by the explosion of a dynamite cap Bis condition is critical The Body Recovered Newport KyJuly 13Fhe body of MelvIn Barge the watchmanoa tho steamboat Keystone State who was accidentally drowned was recovered here Tuesday night and Is atSmltfri mortuary chapelV rSteara crap iame resulted in the death t- Will PazjckVd twoNegroJMother I evoliier being used No arrests Imve befen made Jt Is ieared a raca war wilj result = NoPft4SowxiVJ For enrs fatcu was after meCOBtlnn r IIiy 7r1te F AGiilteclgc- A19 Verb na liatl a terrJblf casepr Piles 1lingjI24 tI4iors When all Himied Araka Salve curI sue ltjialb iWr Burns ftdlItlkhe i If pall Only 25e at StoCktOfli drugstore isa I ato iIs Iisst leek alis thM i va- J r iIjz p4 IC iu ih iL III iTALK ABOUT TONICS i VV buy here with a full of its 4 tell you about iti You just can of itin the way of As H for of all the we offer is your of a suit either of VV in the so I 5ir 4 J e over all the Ends have been End on all I still be until the lots 6 Get our is brut Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing 125 each which will now be at S50 each This Is an oppor to secure a great Richmond Works SOmtf S L Midkiff Prop- Our lothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler That Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills of sulferers have proved their snatch less merit for Sick and Head aches make pure blood and build up your health Only money back ifnot cured Sold by R C Stockton Druggist A light Heart makes a a dark world 1iI tWhy man alivethere isntt anything in forty drug stores will make a fellow Hbrace j like a new suit of clothes that fits perfectly and becomingly and is substantially made of1 goodmaterials I Thats the Kind you Get cb 11 Jcztoss- is Ol the Jabel when that is said you what youJ are and we know what wearej offering If IYou Clothing knowledge worthy We the truth will know what you expect service forIStyle and Fit Vthat shows itself But best Clothing consid 4tVf pocket bookt Think buying like those shown picture SV At Little VaPriceas 798 1 OUR LOOM SALE j is and almost Loom sold but Prices Spring and Summer Merchandise will given entire are closed out prices before buying elsewhere Ours the Store that Saves you Money W D OLDHAM GO offered tunity bargain Carriage Throbbing Headache Thousands They 25cenls lighthouse that know getting Loom L H1 BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Plaster HaIr Etc Corner Main and B Phone 8S S ELDERS BARGIN STOREr i eA Warm Weather Suggests A p the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm wqather fabrics as are ol and the attractivelv low prices that prevail throughout this A moneysavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here aGingimns in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with 41A choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for Extra good 12 Dress Ginghams in great variety of newest styles in plaids A checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc 1i Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12c grade lOcVWe are Showing beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up Jliiicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Jacard Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shales to select from 12c India Linen 7i to 25c Boys and Girls StocklnjsSpecials10 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stock 5logs high spliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and drrssy Stocking sizes 5 to 9 worth 25c at ilk pair 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings the Iron wear kind 2threat real Slaco 2x2 ribbed double heel and toes made of sorviceacle firm but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at 16c per pair AlIattlnWl10 16 and 20c va l Carpet l21c to Si 25 yard See our stock of Rugs Oil Chub 20 to 75c 1d We are showing the prettiest stock of Mens Suits at St 98 to t0 ever shown in Richmond Youths Snjts 4 to 8 KneeSnits Si ttS5 Mens Shirts 25c to 1 Straw Hats men and hoye 5S JOe up to SI 25 Stock of Notions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line to select from Silo to 6 pair Poles 8 and lOc R oisiplete Brass extensionrrods 810 and 15c New Stock Ladl S Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to 48e Pants 40cGownK 48u Skirts 50cAsk to see them Ladies Walking and Dreus Skirts SI 25 to d375 They are beauties JIj s MILLINERY C1t1lr ld1titr baauifulstyles The smartest creations f the season are here and atsnrprislpely Loyt PjfSS Shirt WaiskiHats the most beantlfulstvlr at to 2 98 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed lists rjlady for your rboositiltm ked atapecisi Low Prices to suit all PUllle8 nt I1r1Ann CntnA1 and TlWurft HatsVFIOW jf rtofevery deccriptfon See them Bleached Pillow Cases full Size and tine quality chqjce wearing uali f tieai2 Ladles and gents Ua dkerchlef 510 and l15 Parasols 40c to S 95 Cotsets 25e toS 50- Shoes and Slippers all prieos Picture Frames 5 10 18 25 29 and 40c We have j opt received afeettt pictures from 5n tip to 25c each Do not fall to see them We have only a fewijJardinercs leat 55 29 34 39 and 49c ap 1 JIt r hk4 RtetIi Ssiicg1 CshTrt j ilf I I t usas4S L5 iIi ft 1i4 r- iF it IIvf I I if h o5l 1 Of j CT= e 1AJjrr I END Cement Streetsspr3O J- S a a r 1 Iftf B dellr1 i t 11e fF fd I1 ttf ji fl t f 1 S ar s s n y tttt ss5I Crutcher and Tribole D Gents Furnishers IIdceStock5s To reduce our stock b July Jst before taking invoice we5S Iare offering our entire stockofI PS S ilil8ho8s and Gent furnishings III i E fi I At Greatly Reduced Prices IE e It 8 I g FOR CASH ONLY JJJ u SS 1 Call in and get our prices and you will be convinced 5 S SSIS- SSSS- iiJ CRUTCHER TRIBBLE I S 5SS 1 5511 Main Street Richmond Kentucky s S SSS SS S S S5SS 5S5SS4S5SSS S5SSSSS5SSSS a The Richmond Climax DBLI8UK1XVERY WKDNICSDAY RT The Climax Printing Co Incorporated un J C CUENAUTPresident-A D MILLERBdIter Manager on WEDNESDAY JULY 20 WHI DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FOIL ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska FOR COUNTY CIBHK We are aathorixed to announce JB SB fOKB a candidate for CoSiiiy Clerk subject to the action ot ae Democratic party FOR ASSB88OU W ur nntborii d to announce 8 P GOOD HOUtKtidite for Asseeor of Madison county subject to the cotton if the Democratic party Till promises of the renovation of Cuban cities aeoni not to be carried out A dispatch from Santiago says The streets are in a filthy condition and it is foared will soon create a pestilence Many families are moving out to escape threatened epidemic THE second week after Judge Parker nomination opens with a united golil bug brigade at his back and an armyof sx awl a half million silver ites swarming to his support As the wings and tail of the old bird are now Hopping together there is no reason why the Democratic rooster should not row at the break of a new day oi March Fourth next TUE CLIMAX is not one of those who think to praise Parker they must abuse Bryan The CourierJournal ned Louisville Times however have uncoiked their venourand are pour ing their hateful but harmless abuse upon the Man Bryan and the loyal crew that refused to dosert the Dem ocratic ship to the mutineers in 1896 and 1900 The CourierJournal and Times should remember that though the Democracy nf Kentucky will still remain loyal to its nominees it will take no criticism and chastisement from the king of Bolters iFiBramier4Co LEXINGTON KY ANT f we induce you to come to Lex ington this week We are giving 10 per cent discount on all summer furniture which includes Vudor Porch Shades Old Hickory Furniture and other Porch Furniture We are giving 25 per ctnrT discount from all Hammocks accessories Prfces are for CASH Itwill pay you to come 1i tFHrowcJ COJIi Exclusive Sole Agents iN AND BROAJWAjr r t lit LEXItN Xt n ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHOND 425 6 We InrI autiiorizpd to announce JOHN W IULLARD n candidate for Slieriifof Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party JUt AUBN in the Cynthiana Dem ocrat says The Democrat is for Parker and Davis the democratic platform Par replyItoenail topsides tom the old flag and an appropriation till kingdom come and the other place freezes over now and foreveramen Now excuse us till we linish printing n bull catalogue THE nomination of Judge Parker has united the Democratic party as no ther man could have done His famous telegram to the convention made him thousands of votes where 1tboy will be needed the most He will carry New York certain with a good chance for Connecticut Massa ohusotts and New Jersey His run ning mate Henry G Davis of West Virginia is a strong man honored ind respected Hit nomination places West Virginia and Maryland in the Democratic columnHarrods buig Herald HON LEWIS McQoowK chairman of tbo democratic state central committee tnnounccd some days ago that the committee would meet and organize after the St Louis convention was held Therefore it is expected that the call will be made shortly and that the com mittce will elect its officers Itwas suggested by a prominent politician and a friend of Gov Beckham that at the meetingof the committee some steps would be taken toward the organization of a state campaign committee It was suggested that headquarters should be established here or in Frankfort andthat every effort would be put forth to carry the state bya bigmajority THE Gold Bug Democratic press is a unite in praise of Judge Parker for his manly telegram The New York Sun Independent Republican say The Sphinx became a Man the mo ment he sent that message Supposed Judge Parker had substi tuted tbo word silver forgold in his telegramwhat would these sayingIcourage and jtialiiess Mvuld have been de nominated as dictation and effront cryBut we simply make these observations to show how human judgment nnCatxrrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional di sease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a byOneprewrirtioHpurifier acting directly on thA mucous surfaces The perfect combina proJqcJIOatarh Send for testho COTowtO1oU ttM i 1r id TS pJ is biased by selfinterest and preju dice MrBryrn sent a much manlier message on a similar occasion four years ago substituting silver for gold and these same worshipers of Wall Street called him a marplot and dictator The action of Judge Parker was manly The action of Bryan was none the less so Three cheers for Parker Three choers and a tiger for Bry- anPERSONAL Captain S F Rock was in Irvine last week Mr and Mrs Joe A Myers are at the Worlds Fair Mr Stockton Hume has gone to the St Louis Exposition Mrs A R Burnam of Frankfort is visiting relatives here Miss Sallie Taylor is at home from a visit to Lexington relatives Miss Dove Embry of Lexington is visiting Mrs James Arbuckle Mrs G G Corzelius and two handsome boys are at Estill Springs Miss Carlisle Chenault spent a few days last week at Estill Springs Dr David Bennett of Lexington t spent last week with relat vel here Mrs J W Bales is able to be out after a severe attack of rheumatism BaptistMiss Lottie Leavell of Bryan tsvllle spent last week with Mr II H Frasa Miss Fannie Henry of Lancaster i the guest of Misses Annie and I Engle HarrodsburgIsi NolandMr Horace Blackof Tennessee was a guest last week of MISs Edna Schlegel Miss Mamie DeVere of Newport i visiting Mrs J J in the East End Dr C E Smoot has as his guest hi brother Mr Glenn Smoot of Mays ville Ky gnestAstrodsburg visItingt Paint Lick entertainIngsallies Ky- Misses Ethel and Fannie Wilson are CampEstillMr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead lef itFlemlngsburgCaptain and Mrs Henry C Hargls are at Witt Springs county for a weeks sojourn viaitingWinn in Winchester Mrs John W Arnold has been via WJonesLoxlngtonand Mrs A R Harris Mr Steven Shanks of Knoxville dayswithMrs Amanda Hall is ill at the home of her daughter Mrs H P Reid on Glyndon Avenue Mr and Mrs W S Williams have returned to Paris after a visit with Judge and Mrs N B Turpin ClajCitysing during protracted services Mrs Allen of Columbus Ohio is the guest of her daughter Miss Lucy Allen at the P A C Infirmary Mr James Stone of Louisville was grandfatherMajor HarryMilwardguests of Mrs Elmer Deathcrage SuperintendentIs convalescing from a short illness COIlBtyistbeMrs 6 W Sb pTerdoBXortkStr et Mr and Mrs B H Luxoa are Ti it Sag Mrs Luzons Blotter ii Ciaeia nutisad attending the Elks Reunion Srreturaetlast zlagtMissc i witart r a matisrn but is reported to be iaaproT lag Mr David Chenault of Madison county was the guest of relatives here this week Winchester Demo cratVMrs C H Pigg and children have returned from a two weeks visit to friends and relatives In Lexington and Mt Sterling Mrs 6 J Brown and son of Chicago and Mrs Mattie McCarney If Lexington are visiting Mrs RA Woolums on the Summitt- It was the source of much delight to their many old friends to learn that Judge R R Burnam and family will move back to Richmond this fall Mr and Mrs Rutherford Blanton of Richmond were guests of Mr and Irs J L Blanton Wednesday and Thursday Cynthiana Democrat Mis M C Kellogg entertained with an informal card party on last Wednesday night in honor of her guest Miss of Pittsburg Penn Miss Kate Smith is expected home the latter part of the week from an extended and most delightful visit to relatives in Columbia and Fayette MissouriMiss Shackelford entertained on last Tuesday evening with a dinner in honor of Miss Margaretta Smith and her guest Miss Gulick of PhiladelphiaMr Silas Cobb and daughter of Pittsburg and Mrs W H Webb and daughter Zerelda of LouIs- ville are guests of Mr Harvey Cqbb at Red House Mr Cyrus Douglas formerly a popular shoe merchant of this city but now of Bloomington Illinois is with relaWres here He was a royal welcome by his legion of friends Mr B H Gibson a brother of Drs H R and W M Gibson has ncently graduated from the Louisville Medical College and has located in this city He will be associated with his brothers professionIMiss Lucy Lackey has returned from Mt Jackson Sanitarium In dianapolis Ind where she went for treatment for rheumatism Her great improvement is a source of much pleasure to her many friends A delightful Itorm party was enjoyed at the home of Miss Margartt Myers on Monday night and was at tended by a large crowd of the J oung ur set Dancing and refreshments formed the principal features of the evening Mrs W C French remains serious ly III at her home on the Otter Creek pike and her family are veryappre hensive as to her condition Her children are all here Mr Frank French having come from Milwaukee last week The engagement of Miss Henrietta Blackburn daughter of HtSh James Blackburn of Spring Station to Mr Harris Wallace of Chicago Ill is announced The wedding will be celebrated quietly at the Blackburn homestead near Spring Station on August 17 Mr Richard Bush formerly of this city has aesociated himself in law LexlngIStall and Bush Mr Bushs many friends here are pleased to know ol his bright prospects and wish him un bounded success Mr B Duke Gordon the efficient and popular furman at this office has been compelled by illness to leave his work and he is now at his home in Nicholasville recuperating His place Is beingablllilled by Mr Clyde Hart friends andasso ciated trust for his speedy recovery Mrs Mary W Williamson and daughters of Ashville N c are here visiting relatives and friends Mrs Williamson lived in this city for a number of years and conducted a prI- vate school and was later connected with the Madison Institute in the primary department She has numerous friends who gladly welcome her back after an absence of several years The Louisville Times says of the popular and efficient secretary to Senator McCreary Mr Henry B Cosby private secretary to Senator James t McCreary came down from Richmond yesterday and spent the day here Mr Cosby is 1 Second district man being fa resident of lotganfield He was It rmerly secretar to the Hon Henry L Allen andhas wide acquaintance here and Jn Wash autissMr and Mrs WilliiVm C Smith ar receiving congratulations for the lovely little daughter who was bor Tuesday at their hdme onSwlavenue They hava namedvh cornplimtMrs cgraichildsinga very loyal welcome from t LexingtDemocrat here where as Miss Lilllab WatbC = soften visited She is a siiter of Mi Harry Blanton of this city tMiss May Ballard was hostess at paPylastemployed in aspirited game wilt continued for two hours after whi a delicious lunch of two courses Jw served Miss Ballard is a chuhnii hostCDs and her guests departed dee Iy indebted for such a pleasant aftp noon Those present were M dames J C Chenault 6 W Evai TurleySIlThorpe itFlorrie and Laura Bright MaryiTo MATRIMOINIAII4 MYEItSAGEnMr Luther Myers and Miss both of tliis county were married last week Myers Is a well known gardner wKIle loSgtime5ILLSMULLFIKGEII and Mrs Amy Mullfinger both of this citywere married recently V in Lexingtun The bride is a widow orf waskilledDEAThS pastorIdied suddenly in Chicago on last Tuesday from the effects ofan an operatiOn washimself condactedtwo occasions and his deathcaused much regret among his friends HEUNDONS The sweetest flowers are soonest to fade and such seemed so true of little Henry MiiiarHern lhurstayIt Thelittleaad two weeks old had been ill for coughhatsa dwly worse nit s tile shades ol night began to g tkor his little spirit tliealelalBOlldVeryiN 1lti IIri Honored by His Profession R C Stockton Richmond Ky President of Kentucky Pharmactutical Association Blessed are the meek for they stall inherit the earth says the Good Book But for a mere chance jbmark in connection with anotherwubject probably we should have waited much longer before learning of the high honor that was conferred a month ago upon our modest but popular fellow citizen Mr RC Stockton At the twentyseventh annual meeting of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association held June 2124 at Mammoth Cave Mr Stockton was unanimously elected President of that eminent body of druggists thus bringing an honor to our city which all should appreciate Bert Stockton is yet a very young man for hs age but he is the oldest druggist in this section and none is more popular than he with all classes He is a pharmacist of the first rank an Elkand a Mason of high degree and is probably without an enemy on earth In con ferring their highest honor upon this princely gentleman the drug gists of Kentucky are to be congratulated Mrs Stockton and daughter Mlsd Jane D and Miss Mary Bates Shackelford and Master Stockton Hume accompanied President Stock ton to Mammoth Cave and enjoyed their stay immensely traversing the earths giant cavern The July issue of the SteinGray Drug Cos monthly joninal Drugs and Sundries contained the above excellent likeness of President Stockton and for the use of the cut the CLIMAX is indebted to that well known Cincinnati firm RELIGIOUS The 30th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Sunday School Convention will beheld at Henderson August 2126 Some of the most noted Sunday school workers in the country will be preont and about 1000 delegates are expected tc attend Institute for white teachers will be held next week Ayers Losing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in that Why dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor and Hair Vigor promptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to grow too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reason ably expect anything better Ayer hair Vigor Is a Rreat sneceH with see ty hair was flllng out very badly Int tbcIUIr Vigor It and now my hair II all tight a ioosnosf UotUij Cal BUt a bottle j TEn All dniRKliti low tai io- rThin Hair t 25l iCndO Pirsor ucblof J 3atoSaltL te Utj tJ JiCorre poJa ctieiiri ftobthe Colorado and Utah poInts The rates quoted above are from St Louis and for round trip tickets good to return until October 31st 1904 The Wabash is the only line running to the main entrance of the Worlds Fair Grounds Holders of Wabash tickets can have their baggage checked to and from the new magnificent Wabash Passenger Station directly at the main entrance Ten days Btopover allowed at St Louis on one way or rouid trip tickets going or returning Call on or write for par tfcu lars Ed Swift S P A Wabash R R 0Careof SO Carpw Bldg ClncTnnatl O Wasted Two or three good men to act as JestjCJot parttculara 29j2t rarlM NliJe dwlIln1 mati bejthle- ap rt KoKeHy btw 11wIi if 12 1 For Rent 100 acres of extra blue grass has not been stripped nor grazed neverfailing pond in each end of pasture one mile from town Call on 22j4t GJ White Sun hstray A small black mare mule about two years old come to our place on or about June 1 and has since been cared by us Owner can have some by proving identity add paying charges Ross McWilliams Gjllm Paint Liek Ky INotice to TaxPayers Madison Fiscal Court Order Taxes under the Statue are due the 15th of March each year A great MadisonItaxes until the 1st of November and have delayed so long as to cause tie county to have to pay some interest on some of the claims against it To obvl ate the necessity of interest and to meet tliejuRt claims against the county the Sheriff is directed to proceed to collect the taxes at once and alter the first of July ha will levy If necessary to col lect the taxes He will advertise and send his deputies into the various die tricts as the law prescribes andwill enforce a more prompt payment ot taxes state and county- J F WAGERS S M 0 0j294t j Dmmi dDn rS 5cjf- lWLambert FUr against MvA Robinson Bit 51aI1l1 ETEisIi Co Pltr- aji i nst- jjn Imcas c Nt l INbTtCfE OF SALE IN EQUITY Ordpr8alellfrendered at the April Term thereof1901 tiijthirabdve style cause the under iIl on liday Aug I 04- idtIie hours of 10 oclock a m oclock m at the Court House hmond Madison county Ky c unty court day proceed to ex M Public Sale to the highest and bidder the following described jerty vi- z1Wceitai House and Lot yrtUcrea Madison comrlv Ky sites Depot street and bounded on n O rth side by said Depot street and jnfthe west by the property of M B lsey on the by the prty of the heirs of John G Fe- esIll t having a frontage on Depot feetIttrliasufficienter c sum amount costisf1ThiRMSSale will be made on a reditjbf six months The purchaser aperOVed andiffiftterest a re- ryedupon said property until all the purchase money Is paid fS H THORPE M C M OC Sher4ft8 Sale By virtue of an Execution directed tQ me which Issued from the Clerks office of the iMadlson Circuit Court in favor of H G Creek more against James M lull 1 or ono of my deputies willon Monday Aug Jtb4 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m HousedoorKy expose to Public Sale to thn high est bidder the following described property or thereof as may debtInterestAbout 27 Acres of Land situated in Madison county Ky In this Million Magisterial Diifict lying on adjoiningthekins and others hejug the same land JamesUpajl285 This property will be sold subject to iortie of 300 in favor of ofJamMHUIlertMSaJe will made oa K credit approvedsecurity6 per cern pr WBHRI from day of sftlf ofseje0IOV JVfAUJM gjOf 11 JttM JC4Ii Ca J7I 7J SPECIALSALE1 k 0fljjWeekH 71 1 1- m ArnoldK ONE PRICE HOUSE 71 w 7 ffi7IF l F 7I7I7 AuctioncerI0fy services secured by Hank Trust Co or by writing 27 j tf T D Chenault Terril Ky Telephone 350 fForRent Fonr elegant office rooms either single or eh suite John G Taylor Son ISmytf Telephone 292 Dig rlre iale Mr S S Carrie and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel A full line of groceries and other mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOcts per lb and up calico 5c work shirts 25 to5Oc ready made garments latest fashions We also have meal flour corn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length for sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can offer things at such low prices Wo pay cash for all kinds of produce Give uSa call 22June 6m Not a Patent Medicine Hyomei the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No ono should confound Hyomei with patent medicines that are adver tised to cure catarrh It is as far supe rior td them all as the diamond is more valuable than cheap glass Their cum position is secret but Hyomei gives its formula to all reputable physicians lit it not foolish to try arid cure ca liquidTheease and all other diseases of the respi HyomeiThisful curing 99 per cent of all who have mcdit that Hyomei Is now sold by B L Middelton under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure You run no risk whatever in buying Hyomol If it did not possess unusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan Credit is a fine thing Thrift is I better U DepositIwith I ftliiiPBankI Trust Co Sheriffs Sale By Virtue of an Execution directed to me which issued fcom the Clerks office of tlieMadifion Circuit Court In aWllnstGootie J willo- nMoridayy Aug J 04 Between the hours of 10 oclock a in Houtedotwinhighestbuderty or so much thereof as may be nejjweary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt iu terast sad costs towit About 50 Acres of Land thet41ideadjoiningThts111heilAmela inDeedM tOf G W Sttle T nMgJ will bellttlocMeft a credit Of khno month bond with approved se enritv reqolrod brIt iHtereet at the irat ti per cent pw annum from day ti1l1fiQj1aN i co-r i rc I J 1 2 Mnes5 Lovv Cuts + I ii I AU Styles 0I0i 1 j 39smI M JJ Ladies 350 Low Shoes i All Styles I 300 Rice andTHE F 14 The Man tin i w the ease E can avoid the hot atmosphere of v eI the kitchen and you just watch A how carefully he does it t t f How About the Woman J j f fu Dont she deserve a GAS RANGE which will enable jtIc her to keep as comfortable as possible instead of f Li doing none too pleasant wor in continual discomfort i If You Love Your Wife lI DONT ROAST HER gt an l Buy her a GAS RANGE indyou will be Money in Joft when you come to pay FUEL BILLS We sell the best J ml DETROIT JEWELL 4 The Richmond i Water and Light Company I r r Woll Paper Clearance IIIan everything Of di Ceilings at a tl Discount of 25 per cent To clean up our stock and make room for new fall wood Now is your chance it will pay you to buynow and paper later Special prices on hanging during this Sale Geo M Williii BankPaints Etc zeXirksolfle SChool C c a tI1 G P Simmons Principal Incidental Fees MARK S FECKHAH Asst Frin All trades 50 cents per Term MISS ADA ALLEN Frln Dept of Music All tees Parable in Advance Tuition Fees J Primary 10 OOper Term 0A Primary andB Grammar 15 00 A Grammar 15 00 0lllghSchool 20 00 Department of Incluadlnf Instruments for Practice 20 00 yparOurteachosNOSALOONStrolled and ng others Boarding can be secured at following ratesy From Monday to Friday 75 Full Weeku 260 Send for Catalogue and investigate PrincipalI KY For bile rrtTitely I will Mil privately my house and lot on Highifitreet Good cistern and all necessary outbildings Plenty of frnit- Forparticularssoo lOjtf Alfred Douglas Sr Letcher Lackev Co desire to say thatthey will till your houses with Procter Red Ash Jelllco Coalat reduced prices during June and July Now if the time to place your order You cannovget this brand of coal from any tlierd aler in Richmond Phone 142 IETOHER lACKY Co je222m D W TgJBBLE ITIONEER A8D- REALESTATE I AGENT Your BniBe s Solicited SMioa 1- 1RIcJL6D1 111011 iy Sale Music Elegant HomeI For Sale thehomeTevis deceased situated neat the L RiihmoiidKySaid p 5 J2 Acres o Land with a good two story frame residence tclasgrepalrgOOil everythiaace ABJOW desiring to examine the- POffIrtYUMlandersigcd will take ullIetHI RtiVISN ihuDw 1- iotSiI= f WL CRUrOIR G V EVANS JR Z New FirmAND t A Magnificient Stock of Goods 5 J Everything for the home beautiful V can be found in our store 5 Iand our prices will suit J L rydyeg fit We are at home at Joplins oldstand on Main street and we guarantee the best II and most polite attention 1 New Florence Droptop Sewiig Machines 25 30 and 35 Full tall Bearings 3 give Li8 a call Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky I iocb iaint at the Worlds Fair Cliw1 Jraktj the liilders of the AricalUJKil Patacu ut iit Litiis the largJfet building in the world write v We are ingKINLOCH PAINT vn nil our work and had it entirely satisfactory1 Cald well Drake arealso thebuild- ers of the Horticultural Building tb Irish VlllaRe four State buildfng find other Worlds Fair structure aggregating Mjr a million dollar They are of the new Arkan sas and West Virginia State Capitols the 1000000 hotel at West Badei and numerous other public buildings 3uch a lirm is particular about the paint it uses their work requires pai most workmanlike labor of skillet artisans Wen theyuseKiNiOCH on all their vcrk aud pronounce it entirely satisfactory it stamps it as thoroughly good dependable paint the paint you want on your own home wean longer than anyother paint in the market and looks well all the time Hdc ia ell the standard colors Our local agent will tell you why you can notation to use any other paint The price he will quote you will be surprisingly satisfactory WHEREVER WE HAVE NO ACENT YOUR OWN DEALER WILL GET KINLOCHf FOR YOU IF SHOWN THIS AD BY WRITING DIRECT TO KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY ST LOUIS MO THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE For sale by R S BROWNS Kirksville Ky 27 apr I4t HALLS specificationsdemtud paintalthough TABLE SICILIAN Renewer embeI stops falling hair and makes huIOOn lElSn tNNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPM UrC0RP0RATBD Long distance lines and tolophoncs of this Company enablo you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois KentCky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with tho people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passe JAMES F CAOWElU J W KUNTCR J e 777 i7i777 s i727i7 i72774V CLOTHE8ThAT iPf- II That is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods tWecan please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furni h ings f Give us a call we can please you both wlih goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler MEWCMAINT TAILORS Summer at Z c M t5prihs iir thuse who yo to Hot Springsr Aikansas for tho benefit of health thu summer is really Iho best lime Her fortunate location high up In the footbillsof the Ozark mountiaih in fiures a cnol aud dull btfnl clinmte and physicians arc nailed fir the opinion that the waters are wore benelieu during the sum mer season ONE FARE PlUS2For theRoundThpibioughout the Summer VRITEITQR BOOKLETS John Sebastin Pass Traf Mgr GbicnHo1U jv j J 2t1 T r MeGuire I i DitPassAgt 1 Per Sale Property advertised under this head is riot charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call not ad IrintingCo No 11 No2- No3No No6 No7No8 1 No R No 10 NOnNo No14No No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 NQ Z B No 2S No 3C No 31 No 32 No 33 two torjr frame residence contain uc 6 rooms and two balls in Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 less than origInal cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets In Rich mond Has all necessary outbulld nm A great bargain tor anjotae de tiring a nl home Two nice residences near Main streel and only three squares from court louse A moVe desirable location for m ideal borne could not be found These residences will Be sold at a bar pin S20 will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x feet Price Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild Ings Price 1200 3ood farm containing about 130 acres ood residence brn and other Im rovements In One locality Price S2500 Perm containing 100 acres well renced but with no other improve nentn Can be bought in connection IthNo8 PrlcelGCO Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each Good cottage in firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing seven ctlytArgenecessary outbuildings Price 30X Good lot suitable for business bouse can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of land five arres In grass and two in cardcn good orchard ndd grape bnl1dlnRThisthriving village where churches 8nl schools are convenient Price 1500 One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms otcltyLiltA twostory residence in rood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding PrIce 2800 A nice residence for any one deslr fngnn Ideal home One of tho best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Puce 2200 nelgbborhood Cotage on a nice resident street containing four rooms and neces sary outbuildings Con tie pur chased on the installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will oaint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of five room neeesKaryonlouiIdIngjctudin and cistern Price 1200 Will fell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser NIce residence on a 4acre lot con taining seven rooms and two porches situated in best re lrtenra portion of city Stable coal hoiie liIllIngoli lring a nice home elltht1Isall in grass and is Al good farm and thislandLocalltvtFlour and grist mill Anderson county nbarrel capacity Build IronbulltKyarspower the latter three months nf the year It is nn uptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn anti nil Intln1hll 5 rooms All for IItIO or MOO for the cu19 mill Onelilfhas0snle v flsbUilin e mill fL s Jlrca Price II000 Alto 1lacfe1l of Florida land In Rtreetthroushone side with 2story 5rooTi home anl orane eachp penrs plums gripes bearing and 6 acres on oth pr side with 6room story house oranges peaches nesrs plums grapes etc all for S29m or the 6 acres for 1800 or the 5 acres for 1100 tramedwpJInlhulls bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under ntlte house good yard and all necessary InRichmond148 acres Mercercmintv farm In 200 yards of pike 5 room 2story house toant hous large barn abundant vater 7000 300 acres in 3 miles of Herrodoburg on pike good land 10 room brick residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc 65 per acre conntyfineresidence excellent barnfine running water Price 86 an acre As good as my 1100 land S Rates to Chiotauqo Lexington via L A On account of Kentucky Clmutniiqnn fpxmKton June 28 to July 8 the L A railroad will sell round trip tickets from all stations to Lexington June 27 to July 8 inclusive at rate of one and onethird faro plus 25 cents for the round trip Final limit for return July 8 W C Milk Agent WARNING No one can furnish you with Procter Red Ash Jellico Coal hut Letcher f ckyCo at this point Why Will you not burn the host Phono 142 jf222m PROCTER COAL Co TO THOSE J wishing to purchase the celebrated Rage Wire Fence II11iIErWe are pleased to slate that it is on sale at the blowing places in Madron county Arhnct1 Simmonsc v ilaniilton lionel W Masters J V Whltlock John tjtapp Burton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewitt LA Wearren eo 0 McWharter EarlyJT Rchmond Waco Red House Valley View Cottonbure Paint Berea Klrksffle EXPERIENCE 50 YtXRS I TRADE MARKS DESIGNSriy c mayquicklyonnnunkwUonsstrtctlTc000dentiaL sent tree Oldest agency for aeeurtnluntaPatents taLon t eo receive MIla wltboaL cball8 lathe Scientific JflRerkmi A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jjireest drcnlatlon ot any dentlOa Journal Terms 3 ayear tour months tolj brail newsdealers YorkBranch KILL THE COUCH AND THE LUNGS KingsNew 11FDR ONSUMPTION OUCHS and OLDS Unthton Edenton Lick- Wallaceton CURE 11Price ureet and Quickest Cure loran THKOAT and liUJTO TKOXTB USS orKONSY BACK bcri8I f jhrijlitocn1 t I iJ IrVISION FROM HEAVEN tt Told ae That Rev Mr Allen Could Save Him Betonvictedtin and who is now awaiting execu Uon for his crme addressed a letter cityThursdayminister that ho Bess has received a vision from Heaven in which he was togethImpastor will call upon Bess Friday itIs believed that Bess is attempting to show that he is Insane and thus es cape the gallows A FATAL FIGHT One Man Killed and His Brother Wounded at Stearns Ky Knoxvllle TennJuly lSTheUnited States recruiting station in this city has received a message from Stearns Ky to the effect that Wilbert Moody colored an enlisted man has been fatally shot and his brother killed In a fight with white citizens near Stearns No details are known here Moody was on a 60 days furlough The war department wired to do noth- Ing unUl the shooting is fully Investigated Tobacco Acreage In Kentucky Frnnkfortj Ky July 15From reports received from county assessors Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland has made a compilation showing tho acreage of tobacco in Kentucky for the year 1903 to be 143320 and the estimated pounds of the crop to be 190880321 showing an increase ot over 3000000 pounds over the year 1902 Sues Railroad For Damages Lexington Ky July 15Sult was filed here for 10000 damages against tho Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific railroad and Peter Moffett the latter being an engineer in the employ of the road The plaintiff J D Harmon alleges that he was run into and Injured by one of the defendant com panys trains on February 13 1904 In Control of the Branch Lexington Ky July 15At the first meeting of the directors of the Chess peake Ohio railroad of Kentucky held here the officers of the Chesa peake Ohio road were elected cbS cers of the branch road In Kentucky The new road Is a consolidation of several shorter lines Girls Body Recovered Owensboro Ky July 15The bodv of Miss Clara Toler the Lewlsport girl who drowned herself on Tuesday night was found across the river from Owensboro by a fisherman He waa drawing up hrs line and was startled to see that one of his hooks held a human form Receiver RefusedIOwensboro Ky July 15 Special Judge Sanders of Louisville sustain ed a general demurrer to the petition of the city of Owensboro against the Owensboro Waterworks Co In circuit court for the1 appointment of a receiv er to take charge of the companys property PrisoniGoes to States West Liberty Ky July 15The Jury In the case of the Commonwealth against Wm Havens charging him TrtUnaiqinprJffifthe killing ptpayidson jej t hndln- ghtm7sftnlshrneJi2rs Thnit nt1iiry Young Mined While Bathnt 1 MadisprivfllF Ky July 15chesley Sha kJ2 highly respected young man of fclCyjwa3drowned in the VIc- toria mining pond in this city while bathing The young man was a son of Mr J H Shank a widely known con tractor of this Trots cityILexington Ky July 15Tho Ken tucky Trotting Horse Breeders asso elation through Secretary Horace Wilson announced that it would hold a special oneday trotting meeting In this city July 21 Three events are offeredIFrankfort Ky July 15The press of official duties here will very likelyI prevnt the members of the state tol commission from going as they In tended to Rhode Island to Inspect Its recently completed capitol buildings George D Boldrlck Dead Lebanon Ky July 15George D Boldrlck for many years one of the most prominent distillers in this state died at his home here Thursday of a complication of troubles He Is survived by a widow and 11 childrenIGoing to Cincinnati Lexington Ky July 15 lodge No 89 B P 0 E are making extensive preparations to go to the reunion in Cincinnati next week and they will leave here on Tuesday morn- Ing 200 strong headed by a band Steamboat Mate Drops Dead Paducah Ky July 15capt Wnv Bryant mate on the J B Richardson a Cumberland river boat undergoing repairs here dropped dead on the boat Just as he started to retire Heart disease was the cause- Representative McCain Dead Bedford Ky July 15 Joseph Mc Cain representative from Trimble and Oldham counties and author of the McCain tobacco law died suddenly of apoplexy at his home in this place A citizen of LawtonOkla has Abra ham Lincolns old wagon Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in Brent quantity Is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Pouelia nnd roOM to he unequaled A McFarjlaudfor threis years and doctored nil tlm time without being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discov ery and a few bottles wholly cured Ole Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consump tion Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed liy R C Stockton drnsrsrlst rrial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 1 1m Four handsome well located lotn 50 x ISO feet cheap on installment plan Also two lots in a stones throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply to rap Evans State Bailk Trust Co BIg WHEN IN CINCINNATIGO ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN LARGEST ANIMAL COL LECTION IN AMERICA MERRY GO ROUND PONY TKACK AIM OTBEK AMUSEMENTS BAND CONCEITS DAILY AFTCUiMM ASi JCVEXING 8MCUL 1ATBS re UME FA8TJES k SECRETSAt Woman on her way to semiinvali ism painIgnoranceIn the dark as to the true causemotherbooi- lUothers Friend takes the doctor interviwmodestyis protected Daily application and abdomen throughout pregnancy will enable her to the gestation ina cheerful mood and rest undisturbed Mothers Friendi- s a liniment for external use only II would1 indeed be shameful if sacrifice thesuccessfid onlytoaprize childbirth remedy Healthy babies FriendOurTHE B8ADFIELO REGULATOR Co ATLANTA TOWNS ARE BUILT TO ORDER English Contractor on Educational Tour of United States Sees Many Strange SightsI As another example of the largo scale upon which things are done in America a builder who has been tak- Ing an educational tour in the United States told of the towns that are rap idly built on the great western plains says Casslers Journal There a contractor is ordered to build a town just as in Europe he might be asked to build a house or a public building So common Is the feat that one land agent may build as many as 20 towns in a few months each with Its waterworks Its courthouse and other public buildings com pleteThe towns thus built to order differ of course from the old boom towns as they were calledwhich sprang up literally in a day and nov and again disappeared almost as rapidly These boom towns were generally the result of a rush of settler eager to acquire shares In a tract of free land One day such a tract would be a bar ren plain and on the next a town of several hundred people The rapidity with which a town Is built is due largely to the existence of what are called frame houses wooden dwellings so constructed that they can be easily transported from one place to another and put together In a few hours- TELEGRAPH SPREADS SLANG Choice Colloquialisms Attain Instan ittaneous Circulation TircnghouMJ 1 C n AIrt i f People Jvhotravel a good bit are surprised If theyre observant at the rapidity with which a new slang phrase will tour the country said a salesman whose district Is from the Atlantic to tho Pacific according to the Phlladel phla Press- Ive often left town here with a choice selection of brand new collo quialisms stored up for use on my western friends only to have them hurled at me on the other side of the Rockies when I stepped ott the train The telegraph Is what does the trick Telegraph operators are the great promulgators of slang An oper ator In New York hears something new and catchy in the line of slang and he springs it on an operator in San Francisco If a colloquialism is coined in Philadelphia In the afternoon Francisco gets it three hours earlier the same day- Operators are all the time Joshing each other over the wire and slang is Just meat for them Thats how It at tains Instantaneous circulation And thats how the wise guy of the metropolis gets fooled when he strikes Oshkosh or Oklahoma expecting to daz ala the natives with something shrewd MONEY MAKING MADE EASY Incident in Wall Street Shows That Banking Institutions Pay Too Much Incident that shows it Is thought IAn quarters that certain banking are paying too much for money and also that some trust companies are paying too high a rate of interest on deposits happened in Man hattan lately says the Brooklyn Eagle A man had 100000 and he did not think he was getting enough income out of it He tOOK it to a vrellknown trust company and deposited it there For his deposit he received a certifi cate showing that he was getting 3 per cent for his money He took this certificate to his bank and borrowed the full amount 100000 on it For this he paid VA per cent so that he had the use of his money and at same time he was getting a profit ci 2 per cent on it It was remarked in the street when the transaction became known that it was difficult to see where the trust company would make any prbflt on the 100000 deposit with the money market in its present con dition BULLETS WHISTLE CHARMS Breath of the Deadly Manner Is Said to Possess a Strange Fascination The old fable of the slrou has Its duplicate in one of the most deadly of modern weapons The whistle of a bullet ought to be a deadly sound It t is surprising to be told that it is a beautiful one Mr H F Prevost Bat tersby says in his South notes called In the Web of AfrlcaBt The mausers most melodious is from 800 to 1800 yards Over that distance its note Is the most exquisitely lovely of sounds The silky bretn of the raauser is a phraM that a4e quately describes it But there Is something more about It than its beauty something strange and baleful It goes by like the sing j ing ot a wandering soul that can Sad rest only by bringing death to another It is a sighing so indescribably teudft and sad and sweet that every aovacl of human lips seems without charm beside It- After lying for a tlron nadir that silky breath one has even to rwtet a desire to lift his head itad take UM next puff of it in his face Advantage in Numbers When the Franciscan friars Ant brought their religion to the Haiehol Indians of Mexico the new gods were eagerly accepted by them but theywould not give up their native deities They fancied that the more gods they had to prrr to the surer ttwet f ts4Mt4im 4 I l 61 6l yENTlQNS DUETO NOVICES jfcray ProceeH1nnDectioli with CflftM Xanuf actor Com Those Unknown is froI SaJdWlchtXcullar size and shape relates the Cosj Eiopolltan conceived the idea that tho myiformUp to that time all glassware had been blown either offhand or in a mold and considerable skill was required glassimanufacturers ter but he went ahead and built a press and now the United States is the greatest pressedglass country in tho world In 1890 a novice in the plate glass Industry Henry Fleckner of Pitts burg whose only knowledge of glass had been acquired in a window glass factory Invented an annealing lehr the most important single improve ment ever introduced in plate glass manufacture In three hours by tho lehr the same work is done which un der the old kiln system required three days In four years the importations of foreign crown and plate glass into the United States fell in value from 2000000 to 200000 About the same year Philip Argo bast of Plttsburg also a novice la glassmaklng Invented a process by which bottles and jars may be made en tirely by machinery the costly blow over process being avoided and the expense of bottlemaking reduced one half The result has been that more bottles and Jars are used in a month now than in 12 months ten years ago WHITE FLOUR SELLS BEST Tinge of Yellow Makes It Unsalable New Bleaching Process In creases Nutrition Nothing declares the New York Times has bothered tho millers and the health faddists more than the demand among Americans for white flour The whiter the flour the better it sells and of late years flour that had the slightest tinge of yellow has been practically unsalable Now yel low is the natural color of flour and In order to obtain the pure whiteness so much in demand the flour has to be submitted to a bleaching process which the health faddists declare much Im pairs its nutritive qualities This is not denied by the millers who however arc only interested In giving the public what It wants An Englishman named Alsop has now come forward with a new process for bleaching flour which It Is alleged In stead of Impairing the nutritive qualities of the flour increases them This process consists of submitting the flour to the action of air which has been subjected to the action of an arc or flaming discharge of electricity Analyses made in some of the state agricultural departments show that ordinary untreated flour contains 541000 of its own bulk of nitrogenous matter while treated flour contains 751000 LEARNED ITALIAN ORPHANS Are Taught Geometry and EomartHis tory at the Premature Age of Six There are in Rome nine orphan asylums which accommodate about 1800 children ranging from three to six years says the Pall Mall Gazette Tbose pt three or four years must tho81mlto1l00tieSidpoetry and prose by heariVBd Imbibe religious precepts Tbose tom four to five years must read tand wAti well count millHlFed thousands aiid do sums besfdes knowing their cats chism and Bible the d1v1sfoIlof time the parts of the body senses some geography and astronomy to say noth ling of many other details too numer otis to mention Then come those between five and sixif they arrive at that age They must read and write fluently and learn by heart the greater partof the New and Old Testaments write dictation and have some idea of geometry and Roman history At six years of age The brain reels at tho idea What must the poor mites grow- up to be Jr IWomens Work In Korea As there are no laborsaving machines In Korea womans work Is done by the crudest methods possible form hulling rice with a heavy wood or stone pestle to washing clothes by beating them In the streams and Ironing them with sticks In order to Iron the clothes must be ripped apart and wrapped around a wooden roller while damp they are then beaten by either one or two women It Is surprising to see the gloss on the white calico and the sheen upon the linen produced by this method of Ironing It surpasses the dressing one sees In this country on newly bought linen Since the people dress exclusive ly In white the womans dayand often much of the night tooIs spent In washing Ironing and sewing Breeding lions In Captivity For years back within the classic precincts of Phoenix park the authorities of the Dublin Zoo have been breed ling lions at a rate that has been touched by no other menagerie in the world The climate of Ireland which Is so inimical to poisonous reptiles seems to benefit the raging lion of the Nubian deserts to such a marvelous ex tent that he actually thrives better In the open air within smelling distance of the River LIffey than he is accuse tomed to do in his native Africa Fort some mystfrlous reason these animals flourish and breed In the Dublin Zoo ED5TIONI ach trunbh Tbedtorda Black goodIntots medicine I took in yearMRS SARAH Eo SHlnFIELDiEUetUville Ind Thedf ords Black Draught quickly invigorates ac stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If yon will a small dose of Thed fords mack Draught occasionally you will keep your perfect THEDFQRD5 LA DRAUGHT Jar ure sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only rel- ioves constipation but cures diarrhea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular Alt druggists sell- 26cent packages ThedtordasBtack Draught is the best medi cian to regulate the bowels Ibave ever used MRS AI GRANT Snead Perry N C COItSTlPATIcr1 II IThe purchase price of frI f ScForthemodest palaS ence unsurpassed ri1J ji iIi Sale of New eLOTBINGJ of g Regardless pp eost r We show of Men Suits 999 worth 15 18 and 20 BOYS SUITS 99c worth 1 150 and 2 and Ce this sale every cents you back 1 jjctt We Sole Agents in t r l Q For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now by Mr T A Robinson- tf liss Laura R Bright Covingtorf Arnold Bro will pay the highest market cash price for wool 29ati Sunday trains on the L A gives you an opportunity to spend the dy at Estill or the mountains See notice elsewhere for schedule and rates E Deatherage the highest price for wool if Shackelford Co sell the famous Javecka fertilizer from S1GOO to 3600 per ton I3atf GOING TO THE WORLDS FAIR at 7 THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE Jl DOUBT ROUTE FOR TIJC KI ANS T O Ask Us About It L Irwin Geo L Garrett rtPA TPALOUISVILLE KY WIre lencc i I am agent for the cel hraled LAMB WIRE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will canon or address TMVCV J fJ ayllOMyr Uiohmom KV Covin ton Arnold Bro wan your wool They will ERX the highest market price for it 20atf Mid GG Pery of White Hail Ky IlDr his possession the celebrated MadstuaeV fnd will ftjppljT It a cooking rangeSshould be considered least of all by a family oJ small means i3 To the cost of a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and thorend it has cost 1 tiff 1 more than The Majestic the stan dard everywhere Because the Majesfic Is bJilt rihtahI the heat properly distributed it will pay for itself in uel saved several times during its life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no a outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP t EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE e Call and see them at our store and will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is and without an equal on the market I r j 0 Simmons So e PLgents Richmond Ky 1 g G 8 d S Great Sacrifice U 25000 worth clotr4 j Thousands s at at j for I in pays H Route KEN Mont In long Young Suits 5 worth 7 8 10 i BOYSWI PANT 5 j i At 50 brings f are Kentucky i tiBegJlm J eFINE CLOTHING LOUIS X GUS occupied Springs ST LOUIS USETH- EHenderson I3EYOXD FREE RECLININGCHAIR OFFICIAL J FENCE at we ArbuckleaP Mens STRFUot L B1 BLANTO DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lira Cement Plaster Hair Etc J Corner Main BStreetsapr1yr Plio- nii 5 im F f Callbiia and you can see hoi North Star Refrigera lined and why it will t onehalf the ice th tales to run the soo Refrigerator t fJ IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK ewhich absorbs all the moisture and makes eoTss 21Xt VX We have these Refrigerators pofceklnSt and galvanized lined D11B1Shuctellord Y Ai plK V1 jj i tjt f j r S Q t t1 t j C1tn rtJ 1QO P3 enC 0I a I t g J Ci it e l tj j t JGJ fJd i-t t pocfj r 1 I I A Wt ORUPCHER G W EVANS JR New Firm cA= j Everything for the home beautiful V storec 3 I everybody an our prices will suit L- n JJ T onMainL and mostPolite attention Machinesw give usa call i cCrutcherc Main Street Richmond Ky r Icn rk al ncue Worlds Fair CMwtl t aLt tiuiklers of tile AgricaUur iiiact at tit Louis tbs btrtctt building iu the world wdttK We arc using KINLOCH PAINT a all our work and find it entirely satisfactory Caldwell Drake arcaleo he build ers of the Horticultural Building iln ulrklh Village four State building and other Worlds Fair structures aggregating over a million dollars They are builders of the new Arkan WK nnd West Virginia State Capitols the 1000000 hotel at West Baden and numerous other public buildings Such a linn is about the paint it uses their work requires pr ipeeificationdiznnnd most workmanlike labor of skilled artisans Wlea they lise4KINL0cW on alt their work and pronounce it entirely satislactcry it stamps it as thoroughly good d paint the paint you want on your own home KINLOCH i not a high priced paint although it is a high grade one and it wears longer than any other paint in the market and looks well all the time Made in ell the standard colors Our local agent will tell you why paintThesurprisingly satisfactory WHEREVER WE HAVE NO AGENT YOUR OWN DEALER WILL GET KINLOCH FOR YOU IF SHOWN THIS AD BY WRITING DIRECT TO KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY ST LOUIS MO THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE For KyiHALES VEGETABLE SICILIAN Renewer soonbesWpsghrandmakeshairgrowoZ IJh EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY BTCOKrOXATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enablo you to talk almost anywhoro in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsurpassed I Mzc E CAnWEt J W HuPITcc q It = i7 CLOTHESITHAT That is the kidwe make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods We can please the most fastidious tastes Our is complete We can furnish anything is gents furni h ings r Give us a call we can please you both with goods and pri- cesStooffer Mahler j ME CHAN r TAILORS ft Summer at Hot Springs For thoso who gob Hot Springer Aikansas for the benefit of in alth the summer in really tho best time Her fortunate location high up in thn foothills of the Ozark mountains In- Sure a cool and delightful climate and phsslemns are united in the opinion that the waters are more benefioiitl dUrIngho sum mer season f RocKlslani System flair OPIE FAFE PLUS2For the RoundTrIp Throughout the Summer WRITE EOB BOOKLETS John Sebastin Pass Traf Mgr 14cagi ill particular pendahlc stock H LJMcGuire Dist Pass Agt CluciUl1ttM Ohio it Por Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars callon or ad PrintingCo No1 Np2No3 No5 No6No7 NOS No R No 10 No 11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 iNo No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 30 No 31 No 32 re No 33 l conlalDlog6 slDallbarnoriginal cost- A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets In Rich ontbulldInKSsiring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and three squares from court house A more desirable location for foundThese ItalnIJ120 will buy a good wn lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 500 feet Price fproduciniarmr ii igsGood farm containing about 130 acres good birn and other tin PriceS500 wellfencedm w connectioiith wenImproved Hood cottage in erstclass condition clsterd etc Price 300 Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargei necessary outbuildings Price 300 flood lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres twoInarbor nil necessary out buildings 0thrivingami schools ore convenient 500tInHlchmond cityLotA twostory residence In good IAU2800 A nice residence for Any one desir ing nn Ideal home One nf tIN best constructed Imildlnirs In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighhorhood Coltage on a nice resident street cnninlnlng four rooms and neces iurchnedgreat liargain at 1100 Will mimi residence for purchaser An hleal cottage Tot five rooms o nfCfSaryuIHllldlnltllnolndln ant ci tern Price tOO Will sell paintresidence containingporches situated In best re Menee portion of city Stable coal hnnve and all other necessary out build anyoneItwfrfng eightmll8all in grass and is Al good farm and thislandnecessary outbuildings Locality hpt in county Flour and county I Anersorbarreling Is 3 stories covered with Iron built years altO Steam and water power the latter three mont hi of the RoilciTIllwithbnrrs lI1lnclulhilt S jmIllcash Has One trade No mill In lit miles Also n fiOlmrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steampower new uptodate In everv withImprovempnta land Close to Southern railroad Price f Also acre of Florida land in Streetthrough tanigraue bearing and 6 acres on oth er side with 6room Istory house plumsKrftPps forSJIhandsome hnstory frame dwel IwoblIsnticchousp InRichmondH8 acres Mercer conntv farm in yartia of pike 5 room 2storv house tenant hon tS large barn abundant ater 7000 Jhrrrodsburitonsldence excellent barns etc Will row hemp etc 65 per acre tlinebempnndevidence excellent barnfine running ater Price 35 an acre As good as my 100 laud h Rates to Chantauqm Lexington via L A ChaulnllqnRrxJlJllon A railroad will sell round trip tickets from all stations to Lexington June 27 to July 8 inclusive at rate of one and onethird farA plus 2o cents for the round trip Final limit for return July- S W C Mill Agent WARNING No one can furnish you with Procter eAh Jellioo Coal but Letcher tacky Co at this pout WhVwill von not hum the host Phono 142 jP2 J 2m PKOTTKK COAL Co TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 1011 PACE taletlaitplaces in Madison county Arhpri t Simmons enL Hamilton- i friunel W Masters J V Whitlock John btapp Burton Roberts I WTeater J W Prewitt LA Wearren C O McWharter BIckner tEarly JT Coy R chmond House- Valley view Baldwin Newby Huthton Lick KirksTllle i1EXPERIENCETRADE V DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone tending s sketch and description may anInventionsteniasentrecel18Jptcl4lScientific fliitericati A handsomely Illustrated weekly lArcest drralatum of any sclentmo journal Terms 13 ayear four months H Sold byUI newsdealer YorkBranch KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR ONSUMPTION OUGKS and OLDS IIIPrice ur lIt and Quickest Cure for all IJj v j VISION FROM HEAVEN It Told Bess That Rev Mr Allen Could Save Him Bessconvicted executioncityThursdayminister that he Bess has received a vision from Heaven In which he was gethImpastor will call upon Bess Friday at s I tohowcape the gallows A FATAL FIGHT One Man Killed and His Brother Wounded at Stearns Ky WUnItedcity has received a message from Stearns Ky to the effect that WilbertthMoody colored an enlisted been fatally shot and his brother killed V1StearnsMoody was on a 60 days furlough The war department wired to do noth l peagtlgated Tobacco Acreage In Kentucky Frankfort Ky July 15From reports received from county assessors Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland has made a compilation showing the acreage of tobacco In Kentucky fortot prestimated190880321 showing an Increase ot over 3000000 pounds over the year 1902 Sues Railroad For Damages Lexington Ky July 15Sult was filed here for 10000 damages against he Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific railroad and Peter Moffett the latter being an engineer In the employ of the road The plaintiff J D Har mono alleges that be was run into and Injured by one of tie defendant com panys trains on February 13 1904 In Control of the Branch Lexington Ky July 15At the first meeting of the directors of the Cbesi peake Ohio railroad of Kentucky held here the officers of the Chesa peake Ohio road were elected ofll pTheseveral shorter lines Girls Body Recoveredho plofwho drowned herself on Tuesday night was found across the river from updrawingto see that one of his hooks held a human formthReceiver Refused Owensboro Ky July 15 Special Judge Sanders of Louisville sustain ed a general demurrer to the petition of the city of Owonsboro against the Owenshoro Waterworks Co In circuit court for the appointment of a receiv er to take charge of the thpropertyGoes to States Prison West Liberty Ky July 15The ury in the case of the Commonwealth against Wm Havens charging him ChCastleguilty and fixed his punishment at 21 years In the penitentiary Young Man Drowned While Bathing Madlsonville Ky July 15 hesleyI Shank a highly respected young man of this city was drowned In the Vie mining pond In this city while bathing The young man was a son of Mr J H Shank a widely known contractor of this Trots cityILexington Ky July 15The Ken tucky Trotting Horse Breeders asso elation through Secretary Horace Wilson announced that it would hold a special oneday trotting meeting in this city July 21 Three events are offeredIIFrankfort Ky July 15The press of official duties here will very likely prevnt the members of the state caplJ ol commission from going as they Inthto Rhode Island to Inspect Its recently completed capitol buildingst George D Boldrlck Deadta thBoidrickmost prominent distillers in this state alcomplicationvived by a widow and 11 childrenIGoing to Cincinnati Lexington Ky July 15 Lexington lodge No 89 B P O E are making extensive preparations to go to tho reunion In Cincinnati next week and they will leave here on Tuesday morn ing 200 strong headed by a band inPadueahBryant mate on the J B Richardson a Cumberland river boat undergoing repairs here dropped dead on the boat Just as he started to retire Heart disease was the cause Representative McCain Deadt FCainOldham counties and author of the McCain tobacco law died suddenly of apoplexy at his home in this placeth A citizen of Lawton Okla has Abrahham Lincolns old wagon Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is atClngsCoughs nnd fold to he unequaled A recent expression from T McFar land Bentorville Va serves an example He writes I had Bronchitis for three years slId doctored all tlm time without beini benefited Then I began takIng Dr Kings New Discovery and a frw bottles wholly cured me Equally riTfctive in curinc all COllsumptionteed by n C Stockton druarcist Irinl bottles free regular sizes 50e and 1 1m Four handsome well located lots 50 x ISO feet cheap on installment clan Also two lots in a Btonea throwj court bouse fronted on two streelsj cheap Apply 10jd4tateWHEN I- NCINCINNATI GO TO THE ZOOLOGICALGARDEN LARGEST ANIMAL COL LECTION IN AMERICA MERRY GO a POUND 1AMUSEMENTS BAND CONCERTS DAILY AFTERNOON ANB EVE1NGfSPECIAL RATES T8 I ri II SECRETSAt tbe Price of Suffering oman on her way to semi t1 atidlstt painIgnoranceremain in the dark as motherhoodMother1the toI place and she has no cause for an inter Jtrpregnancy will enable her to undergo the an mooddMothers Friendlsa liniment for external use only It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice successfulout to become mothers need send only a drugstore and for roo secure the ize remedy Healthy babies e the result of useing Mothers Friend freeITOWNS ARE BUILTTO ORDER English Contractor on Educational Tour of United States Sees Many Strange Sights As another example of the largo scale upon which things are done in AmerIca a builder who has been tak- Ing an educational tour in the United States told of the towns that are rapidly built on the great western plains says Cassiers Journal There a contractor is ordered to build a town just as in Europe he might be asked to build a house or a blic building So common is the that one land agent may build as many as 20 towns in a few months with its waterworks its court use and other public buildings com ete The towns thus built to order differ of course from the old boom towns as tley were calledwhich Eprang literally In a day and nov and ain disappeared almost as rapidly hese boom towns were generally e result of a rush of settlers eager to acquire shares in a tract of free land One day such a tract would be a barn re plain and on the next a town of several hundred people The rapidity with which a town is built is due largely to the existence of what are called frame houses wooden dwellings so constructed that ey can be easily transported from Ion e place to another and put together a few hours TELEGRAPH SPREADS SLANG oice Colloquialisms Attain Instan taneous Circulation Throughout Country by Aid of Operators People who travel a good bit are surprised if theyre observant at the rapidity with which a new slang phrase will tour the country said salesman whose district is from the Atlantic to the Pacific according to the Philadel phia Press- Ive often left town here with a choice selection of brand new colloquialisms stored up for use on my western friends only to have them hurled at me on the other side of the Rockies when I stepped off the train The telegraph is what does the trick Telegraph operators are the great promulgators of slang An oper or in New York hears something new d catchy in the line of slang and springs It on an operator in San Francisco If a colloquialism Is coined in Philadelphia In the afternoon San- rancisco gets it three hours earlier e same day- Operators are all the time Joshing ch other over the wire and slang is meat for them Thats how it at Ins instantaneous circulation And ats how the wise guy of the me opolls gets fooled when he strikes Oshkosh or Oklahoma expecting to daze the natives with something rewd MONEY MAKING MADE EASY Incident in Wall Street Shows That Banking Institutions Pay Too MuchlAn incident that shows it is thought in some quarters that certain banking are paying too much for oney and also that some trust com panics arVpaylng too high a rate of interest otT deposits happened in Man hattan lately says the Brooklyn Eagle A man had 100000 and he did not think he was getting enough income ut of It He took it to a wellknown rust company and deposited it there or his deposit he received a certifi showing that he was getting 3 per cent for his money He took this to his bank and borrowed e full amount 100000 on it For he paid 1 per cent so that head the use of his money and at the same time he was getting a profit of 2 per cent on it It was remarked in the street when the transaction be came known that it was difficult to see where the trust company would make ny profit on the 100000 deposit with e money market in its present con dition BULLETS WHISTLE CHARMS Breath of the Deadly Mauser Is Said to Possess a Strange Fascination The old table of the sirea has its duplicate in one of the most deadly of modern weapons The whistle of aI bullet ought to be a deadly sound It In surprising to be told that it beautiful one Mr H F Provost BatIt- ersby says in his South notes called In the Web of AfrIcanI The mausers most melodious s from 800 to 1800 yards Over that 1ly quately describes it But there Is something more about It than its beauty something strange and baleful It goes by like the sing ing of a wandering soul that can find rest only by bringing death to another It is a sighing so indescribably tender and sad and sweet that every sound of human lips seems without chars beside it- After lying for a time under that silky breath one has even to resist a desire to lift his head and take the next puff of It in his face Advantage in Numbers When the Franciscan friars first brought their religion to the Huiehol Indians of Mexico the new gods were eagerly accepted by them but theywould j ot give up their native deities They anced that the more gods they had to gray to Uti rsr tk6 y wnrs tojHltMic J 11 t iJ- UINVENTIONS DUETO NOVICES Cany Processes In Connection with Glass aianufacture Come from Those Unknown in Industry In 1827 a carpenter of Sandwich Mass wanting a piece of glass of ape1 culiar size and shape relates the pas mopolitan conceived the idea that tho anilformtip to that time all glassware had been blown either offhand or in a mold and considerable skill was required and the process was slowj The glass manufacturers laughed at the carpen ter but he went ahead and built a press and now the United States is the greatest pressedglass country in tho In 1890 a novice in the plate glass Industry Henry Fleckner of Pitts burg whose only knowledge of glass had been acquired in a window glass factory Invented an annealing lehr the most important single Improvement ever introduced in plate glass manufacture In three hours by the unideedays In four years the Importations of foreign crown and plate glass into the United States fell ia value from 2000000 to 200000 About the same year Philip Argo bast of Plttsburg also a novice ia glassmaking invented a process by which bottles and jars maybe made en tirely by machinery the costly blow over process being avoided and the expense of bottlemaking reduced one half The result has been that more bottles and Jars are used in a month now than in 12 months ten years ago WHITE FLOUR SELLS BEST Tinge of Yellow Makes It Unsalable New Bleaching Process In creases Nutrition Nothing declares the New York Times has bothered the millers and the health faddists more than the demand among Americans for white flour The whiter the flour the better it sells and of late years flour that had the slightest tinge of yellow has been practically unsalable Now yellow Is the natural color of flour and in order to obtain the pure whiteness so much in demand the flour has to be submitted to a bleaching process which the health faddists declare much im pairs its nutritive qualities This Is not denied by the millers who however arc only interested in giving the public what it wants An Englishman named Alsop has now come forward with a new process for bleaching flour which it is alleged In stead of Impairing the nutritive quali ties of the flour increases them This process consists of submitting the flour to the action of air which has been sub jected to the action of an arc or flaming discharge of electricity Analyses made in some of the state agricultural departments show that ordinary untreated flour contains 541000 of its own bulk of nitrogenous matter while treated flour contains 751000 LEARNED ITALIAN ORPHANS Are Taught Geometry and Roman His tory at the Premature Age of Six There are in Rome nine orphan asy lums which accommodate about 1800 children ranging from three to six years says the Pall Mall Gazette Those of three or four years must thoiArabic numbers and to count up to 100 besides which they must learn poetry and prose by heart and im bibe religious precepts Those from four to five years must readand write well count unlimited thousands and do sums besides knowing their catechism and Bible the divisions of time the parts of the body the senses some geography and astronomy to say noth ing of many other details too numerous to mention Then come those between five and sixIf they arrive at that age They must read and write fluently and learn by heart the greater part of the New and Old Testaments write dictation and have some Idea of geometry and Roman history At six years of age The brain reels at tho idea What must the poor mites grow up to beocKoreaI thIncrudest methods possible form hulling rice with a heavy wood or stone pestle to washing clothes by beating them In the streams and ironing them wIthI sticks In order to iron the clothes must be raaroundthey are then beaten by either one or two women It is surprising to see the gloss on the white calico and the sheen o Jfboughtlinenly in white the womans dayand often much of the night toois spent In washing ironing and sewing Breeding Lions In Captivity For years back within the classic precincts of Phoenix park the authori ties of the Dublin Zoo have been breed ing lions at a rate that has been touched by no other menagerie in the world The climate of Ireland which is so inimical to poisonous reptiles seems to benefit the raging lion of the Nubian deserts to such a marvelous ex tent that he actually thrives better in the open air within smelling distance of the River Liffey than he is accus tomed to do In his native Africa For some mysterious reason these animas flourish and breed In the Dublin Zoo DtGESTION I as troubled with stomach trjuble Thedfords Black goodIntors medicine I tool in yearitltS SARAH Eo 6HIRFIELO Ellettsville Ind- ThedfordsBlackDraught the ac tion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases ofLindigestion If you take a small dose of TUtd fords Black Draught fIe Bionnlly you keep your perfect J THEDFORD5 BlA DRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BJackDraught not only re lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular AH druggists Bell SBcent package DlackDraught cine to regulate the bowels I hae fever MRS SneadFerri CQrtSTfPATIf1lJ i II The purchase price of Irlt jl IiFor the modest home or pala Qhat resilience f LSD and 2 J in For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the right store room on Main now by Mr T A tf Iis Laura R Arnold Bro pay e cash price for wool 29atf trains on the L A you an to spend the day Estlil or in the See notice for and tes pays the for wool U Co sell the from 1600 to 3600 per ton 13atf TO TIlE FAIR IS A 0 It J Geo L G P A T P A KY Wire Fence I am ior the LAMB Those to the best wire call J TONG Rich Covin ton Arnold Bro wan four They will pay thE narket price for it SOatf Mal Mcne Dr G Pecry of White Hall Ky ins in his the and will it at p fllshouldjthepairs and in ther end it has cost Iithan The stan dard the fjIs built right all the heat IIItpay for itself in mel several Iordinaryi 1 1 g Call and see them at i our atoro and we will you in a j and without an on the market j I Richmond a o J L IJ Great Sacrifice Sale of New LOTIJINGI S 25000 worth of clothing Regardless of eostWe show Thousands of Mens Suits at worth 15 18 and BOYS SUITS at 99c worth 7 8 5 you 2 We are Sole for street cupied Bright Covington will market gives opportunity mountains elsewhere E Deatherage highest price famous GOING WORLDS 7 Route THE LIKE THAT BEYOND DOUBT FREE OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR T Ask Us About Irwin LOUISVILLE agent celebrated WIRE FENCE wishing lurchase fence will D yllOtlyr mondKy highest G celebrated Juniln Jludnttnet apply 4 ff5 more Majesticthe everywhere Because Majestic properly distributed willQsaved momentthat The raajesticis unsurpassed equal Sole Ky V T 999 20 Mens worth and 10 BOYS WASH PANTS Cents Xt this sale every 50 cents brings back Agents Kentucky 4j Afred COS FINE CLOTHING LOUIS LX GUS O O Robinson highest Sunday Springs schedule Shackelfonl fertilizer jatST USE TH- EHenderson COMFORTABLE RECLININGCHAIR KENTUCKIANS Garrett noraddress possession UiUiawK PENSIVE convince ArbuckleI SimmonsI Young Suits 5 Benjamin ThMUS L R BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime rCement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprso lyrPhone 85 I f 1y 2 HiCall and see the1 i ass L I SroxA i I Be1TIeTatTi t and you can see how e tNorth Starf Refrigerator tI lined andwhy It wIllu + onehal the ice that tales to run the socalle 4 Refrigerator J J r 71 IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK which absorbs all the moisture and makes it T- GdiOTUss auk Vvr Slo aWe have these Refrigerators porcelain IiIc I and galvanized lined 3 D Shuclelford i t u 4 i 5 re ler h re re e e Ii nty aty e I on e e 1 it 1 1idClimax i JUJY to 1904 ee LoMeMeIeNts tvto tfoFlftk AppdUtt Court ir rdef latsctr ildato for Judge of the ieals from this District III i srtion of the Dtmocra Jtm s Circuit Judge it be t y to try a number of which have become a lates hlMorr andJOt a 1 time As Judge of the iI Jourt it fell to my lot to III Statutes adopted to put ij Jt rovlslons of the new Con JJ well as to construe the j jstltuMon whenever a con 08 as to its proper con i Llost cases mytie exercise of franchises w How veil I have dlft ica under such tryingr Is left to you to deter 4- I gratefuln H who ajsl t me to secure the asP9igpcctfullj Fs Eo CANTRILL a a S D Carroll vlalc lor Appellate Jedje In this 10 Wstriet Jn D Carroll of Newcastle t ttknown lawyers in the annonnced as a candidate- iItPta Jndge in this district j action of the Democratic Mr Carrol IV friends espec he legal profession have for thetid several offices of trust and fd in all ofj them acquitted with credtS When quite In ha servedJtwoterms in the ure was a member of the Con al Convention and one of the mmlesionera appointed by the tit to revise the statute laws of e to conform to the changes the constitution and was tor ears chairman of the Democratic lentral Committee He is the jgkrroHs Kentucky Codes of e and Carrolls Kentucky J lawbooks thatare in general Uhat may be found in the office aw e jn the State A man of KjyRreat Industry with an accurate knowledge of I and in the prime of life his Tele of friends believe he would tji splendid f Judge Trimble at tf FOR CONGRESS authorized 10 annonnde lion D L of Mercer county m a candidate for Eighth District to locceed 1Ihe subject to the action of Your support Is earnestlv authorized to announce H HELM- county a candidate for Congros the Eight Congressional District o the action of the Democratic party GUTfrom this the Eighth Congressional subject to the action of the Demo rt re anthorizPd to announce PTKANK I a candldnte for Congrean from this District subject to the action of cratlc darty FOR CITY ATTORNEY e authorized to announce R E 8 a camlldnte for City Attorney sub action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTYSUDGE- arthorized to announce JUDGES C TIT a candidate for the office or ndge St MadIson County Subject to of the Democratic party authorized to announce JUDGE IN candidate for Ihe office of Coon of Madioon county bubjoct to the the Democratic party OR COUNTY ATTORNEY authorized to announce R flvJB candidate for County At hject to the action of the Democratic e authorized to announce R H a candidate for iTounty Attorney the action of lh Democratic party authorized to announce W RILFOUD a candidate for County At Mvllson connty subject to the action mocratic party FOR SHERIFF otliorized to announce JNO W n a candidate for Sheriff of Madison idbject to tile action of the Democrat authorized to announce B B Million ite for Sheriff of Mtullson County sub ctlon Democratic Party authorized to announce H 11 COtndldate for Sheriff of Madison coon ct to tbe action of the Democratic FOR JAILER PERvson acratic party le are authorized to announce D C GSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison y subject to the action of the Demo partyare to announce TIIO O IT as a candidate for Jailer of Madison subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce G INnER n candidate for Jailer of Madison J2ctiOn of the Democratic ic =nnounce N B JONES w rj Madison County sn ilk Democratic party b WnuonnceJ B DOZIER yfMadlsoncountysnbI I i announce A J ROSS I of Madison county sube Democratic party J Jpoto announce MORGAN Jailer of Madison 0100Io of the Democratic Pf 0ohe action ol the Democraticfej rre are authorized to announce ANDERSON KES of Speedwell as a candidate for IdlsoD county subject tothe action e Democratic party care authorized to announce J nNNEDY of West End Precinct Richmond countyjectare authorized to announce BUCK JNSON candidate for Jailer of Madison nty subject to the actlou of the Democrat rty are authorized to annonnce JB PAUSE countylectare anthorizrd to annonnne B B TEB JB candidate for Jailer of Madison subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce W T ERSON a candidate for Jailer or Madison subject to the action of the Democra arty FOB COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to announce E P BEN a candidate fur Superintendent of Pubichoolt of Madison county tnbjcct to the of the Democratic party are authorized to announce BEN F torbnperintendentoflie action of the Democratic party r are authorized to announce JOHN I AND candidate for Superintendent of totroDFOR ASSESSOR RAKERleiUcksubject to lEe action of the Democratic F DUNNJMMet I the action of the Democratic party j re authorized to announced B tlvaX Madisont4eot p J1rtSRA acaBVMU for AM b PtJi II Spring is Comin TT That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of Will Wf k9 I to freshen up her home for summer We have everything and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most a ive Bed = room Suits DressingTnblesIron and lira s Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy Odd GhaiiM G aches Davenports and everything Home to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine ttoiM and we1 wilt tike pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not W S1 OLDHAM PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS R M MILLER AnoajrarATlAw RICBMOITD EarTUCXT- OOce n the Burnam Building next door t snores National Bank feb3ly s rvJA ATTOBNBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RiniMOXD KENTUCKY iOflice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry A Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS JtcHuoND KENTUCKY dice is thr Dr Hobson building MaiuStrect OBNTAL STJUOBHT T actte t tonrot DENTIST Or LODIHTILLB KY VOfflce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to noTl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST WOffice in Bennett Building iianly TELEPHONE 196 E0YanceDOlrs D 0 V Osteopathic Physicians Hobsoa Building riterature famished on application CONSULTATION FREE 3r du tez Southern School of Osthcopsthy Asheville NIC center of the beautiful Land of the Skytt A enperb elavsted plateau the lowest point oi which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in he most favorable portion of the temperate zone The official Government records of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the following averages Spring 5349 F Sum mer 70 72 F Autumn 5343 F Winter 3887 F with a mean for the whole Year of 54 15 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human ills find quick relief Reached only hy the Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send twocent stamp to Geo B Allen ci- A G P A St LOUIS Mo C H Hungerford D P A LouisvilleiKy DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wcdneslay Jtyl3J904- t t Eiiisis Si Iliti niilroQ s DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or SrSSSandor Irvine and Beattjrrille 209 pm TRAINS ARRIVE PICIUIONDrfUJII MCincinnatiruin Beattrrllle and Irvine SM a m rem Inine 16p a latIkITf IIJJF4 1f p5oleADWAusiTdL1c5 8a xThujtt1N t tc 7 r t Diamonds c Watches Clocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry lJ andPrecjousStonesof r rThese are some of the V to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your f watch or clod refuse t- oc po take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs reeettfne take it to Lanes hell fix that too 1 If you want anything that 1 tJewelryc to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles 2L E Lane and Optician I Good Clean QAArt Its a long way from the coal mines to the ftcoais along way from getting whet you want when you have to pay for screening You will get a load of satisfaction every time you buy a load of coal from u Call or Telephone Be ttyville Cail C- oD R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 Icr and Yard pei Acetic OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guam teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purposes You want the toFamily10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5U ii Iugs 250 5I i bottles 3 New Whisky S18Q per gallon Orders promptly filled PropOldMcBrajer novlyr Anderson county Ky Hew fWy firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irivne street and desire a share of patronaee in this line Persons who come in from the country and want a andcleanedto this stable markethesons having good horses to sell should see Colling and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put Everybodywith a horse The Collins Walker roomytallstaken of horses put in this stable Remember the place the old Adams etable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 2lIehRrrWill Recdfe Boarders Mrs Vernon IJeggs of 743 Eyard Ave ardersdl1Mrs Begs who was formerly quiteelllarge circle ol friends She should a large share ot nstronaee tie- eeially Item thou wI19 tcf lro 4l1ttL 1 4 Ib i fflndis Central Ract i Summer Excursion Tickets now on sale to CERULEAN SPRING DAWSON SPRINGSr r AND GRAYSON SPRINGS KY At Reduced Rites Special Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark and Return Wednesdays and Saturdays of each Week until September 30 1904 Only line ruuuiug1 throug h personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial lxw tine way and Roundtrip Rates in efiVct on first and hlrd Tuesday ifi each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R JR Co is issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising Dairying etc in the States of Ksntucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Fanner or HOIU seeker who will forward his name and ad dress to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusive cud others as they are published from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and NewOrleans apply to nearest rail road agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky t L EP us rnt1e you aii trntte on the interior finish for that house you are building our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co f OR Lexihgrpn Kentucky 1 1 d r fl7cRESLIINTOE DEVILS LAKE RESERVATION OPEN FOR SETTLEMENTI- n the entryforLAKE NORTH DAKOTA IDEVILS DakoandQffic1 at the Devils Lake North AUGUST 8th AND CONTINUES UNTIL AUGUST 20th 24thandApplicants must be present In person and the only railway to Devils Lake where thcdSend 2 cents reservalionFor further Information and railway rates address WHITNEYGeneral Agent r 220 So Clark St CHICAGO Ill ST PAUL MINN M rr A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of to I jti 0 1 Dry Goods x We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction L41ite UihonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Big mil CoslCo- RETALVAR DepotOld ANCITE COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter suppjyjnowand save money 1101 Pht AgtiSubscribe nor the Rrei1JNlJl11JJJf JICllimtKr Only Onei Dollar a Ya t i iiC f tf1 r j y r4 t CVc i F i WOMAN IN COSSACK SAND Xadame Tousep of Xlga After JCuck Pleading Becomes a Member qf- Eussiant Jtegfmat While the thought of a woman tak ing a belligerently active part in war fare la repugnant In the extreme says the Illustrated Sporting News yet one cannot withhold admiration for the courage or that fair Russian who has Just enrolled in a Cossack regiment after persistent and earnest petition to the war ministry Madame Pousep of Riga being the daughter of a colonel of cavalry has been reared in a martial atmosphere From childhood she spent hours daily in the saddle and is accounted one of the best horsewomen In Russia She is expert with rifle revolver and sword and her powers of endurance are such that for many years she has taken part in the annual cavalry maneuvers of the Vyazensky regiment Madame Pousep first by the en ergy of her belief maintains that pa triotism and the right to fight for ones country are qualities that should not be limited by sex and so determined was she to take part in the hostilities between her country and Japan that she notified the authorities of her Intention to go to the front at her own expense and join a regiment in the field if they refused her request Madame Ponsep who is in her thirtysecond year was a ward of the late Emperor Alexander III and is contrary to expectation a highly cultured and refined woman BIG SALARY PAID WOMAN Superintendent of Indian Schools Draws 3000 a Tear Outside of Her Expenses Some of the best paid employes ofI the government in Washington are women declares the Philadelphia Press So far as wages are concerned Uncle Sam recognises no distinction of sex and in some branches of the pub lic service persons in petticoats owing to their superior aptitude for certain kinds of work have entirely driven out the men who are unable to com pete with them The highest salary paid by the government to a woman is drawn by Miss Estelle Reel who is superintendent of all the Indian schools She is a remarkable woman and the supervision which she exercises over the rising generation of the nations wards has already revolutionized to a great ex tent the system of management Reel gets 3000 a year plusher expenses the latter being a con siderable item inasmuch as she spends most of her time in traveling about from one school to another utilizing almost every known means oftrana portation and when stage coaches fail frequently riding on horseback for hundreds of miles HUMBUG IN LITERARY WORLD Auks for Checkof Big Magazine with Intention of Keeping Tip a Bluff The greatest bluffer In the literary game that I ever heard of said a man employed in the counting room of a big magazine to a New York Sun reporter was a fellow who probably never wrote a line In his life but he had some reason for wanting to make some friends think that he was a regularS CCitfrtmtor He came Into our office and offered us a 50 bill and asked If we would let him have the concerns check for that amount He showed us the check of one other magazine which he had al ready secured When asked what he wanted the check for he made no bones of explaining that he wanted to show it to two or three friends to make them think that the check was in payment for a story My house declined to ac commodate him We did ask him however how be would keep up the bluff if one of his friends happened to ask him to show his story In the magazine He said that would be easy as be would de clare that he was writing over a nom do plume DIXIE DEFEATED FILIPINOS Southerners Hearing Tune Played by Insurgents Sweep Them Out of the Town Music is considered by military men to be the best possible means to en hearten dispirited soldiers A band has often saved a battle But the Fil- Ipinos lost a fight by setting their band into operation An American company was besieged in its barracks standingoff the attack of several hundred of Filipinos Finally the Filipino commander ordered hIs band to turn itself loose which it did with some Spanish airs Mean while the firing went on Suddenly the native band men burst out with an American piece that they had learned in Manila before the war It was Dixie The besieged Americans were all Texans or Tennessee ansWith a yell and a howl they burst out of their barracks and swept tho Insurgents out of the town As a Profession One of the most remunerative call ings in America is that of the window dresser So much latitude is allowed him that a guarantee is required on his engagement to secure the proprietor against careless or unskilful handling of any goods bo may deal with If heavy responsibilities rest upon the professional window dresser his emol uments are large also ranging from 2000 to 5000 a year riSAINT TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AM WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODEftN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TI MINTS IN MISSOUII KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA ror escipUve ayaltar ttr Tjgii tcJseaIMau other ecdJ JIM InM HIMcQuiRE1MT1tfC1tKlJII cm Ml EUT rvn TMC- TCINCINNATI OHIO totSA new cotisRe cotiabtiD of four rice rooUa and hall front and back porch nice front and bock yard sad a good dstern The hotw o hs just been eiiiipleted lieiiie ls vr been C u rIM For rsiln LI 4 t4e t 7t nir O S- ASpZrnd opportunity Toinvest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property k situated three miles frem Globe ArizQnat c Investors are requested tothoroughly investigate this property owned by the Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and ii Gold Mining arid Milling Company ij t fit which promise to be equal to any of the Ureatj tnducers in AI izonas wonderful Copper Belt extending rJ worn Jerome to Biabee and J tAbsolutely in the Center of the Belt 1 And in the Center of the Globe rMiuin and future promise is n6t excelled in the world DiKtrlct which its to past andpresent production Jof kiD cJevpIQpment still going on undisputed titleNo debts any r 3ro Acres In It compact bodywith claim will be a mineore in sight on every in the most modern ndSvll IpD1 lie rnanner19 claimsand EVerY all in iantitieswIth good assays in Tin Uranium etcLargeone Copper Gold Silver and Lead paying quantities of iron aiiul lime assure reduction of ore on the ground Thoee who did not buy stock in the great minim popertles of Arizonaand other parts of the westwhen c it was offered for lOc a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in thewiArizonaColorado Copper Belt 8 Gold Mining Milling Co v f r which puts the Investor on the Gronnd Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable Proceeds from sale of took jroes into dBVlopment work for machinery used in mining and millingand the hoist Dlr and bundling of ores fmm mme to mill AV mine producing As an investment guaranteed abso No salaried omcpr to pv Dividends paidwhen lutely safe It in not offered asa npecnlalionbut as an investment for it must advance in price 7 For fu thf Information address Jl ROBT M FOREEa 1 Prep and inn Mjr y Main OfficIO Globe Arizon What is the name of the Refrigator and Ice Box that is lined with Granula ted Pork Mnd who sells them in town It is the North Star and can be found at D B Shackellord Co where it has been for years 13atf L1 N Tim Tale Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv t2tll p us ton Ezi ess south bound 1246 p No 8 ClnnatlandLlTlngs 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No t CinnatI and Livings 343 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnatl and Livings ll05pm ton Er south boo nd ll05pm No in Stanford and Mays villa Accm north bonnd 620 a m No Stanford and Stays 720 p us Tills Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 8 20 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north und Hew Firm Having purchased the crocery and meat hnsinPBR of Robert Burst near TJ AN depot I corrliallv invite nn tnv Jrgnuls wpllas nil patrons nf the old firm tocaiTTlftfr fsOPdIfltf5flV- thlnv in this tine Twill carry con Ftantlv in stock onlv the best of goods nnd my meat market will hp snppljwl with the nices fitork to bo had and will uphold mv reputation for being a neat clean butcher I also desire to purchase five cows rivincr fromthree to four gallons milk per dav Ain soliciting a share of your palronaj I am respectfully Mark M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 IGmtf Aeenls Wanted S6a lay made br onr men selling Air Lights Vritn for terms Chicago Air Light Co 83 5th Ave Chicago Tour Trip to the Worlds Fair St Louis in 1904 t to insure the Daylight Entrance to the Mound City and an unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District of the Fatherof Waters should be made by the BigFoUiRoute J E nERVES Gen Southern Aeftit WARREN LYNCH GPTA- Oftn t OL Bs 5 0 SW Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to ST LOUISand ouisiana Purchase Exposition il Entire New IaDdway ol the 5as r Parlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete IllustratedFolder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on Alpplieaiion Send 10c silver for copy of the St Louiq Worlds Fair March For rates tiEatfol trains sleeping or Parlor Car accommodations adUreea ally agent QP McQARTY 5rL eec rA et- Cincinnati Ohio 4 = Doat WrKefr we acknowledge no superior lathe teikeiaig bit il1I 511 wrk k arwedit btlWii A JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Eqnltaboffldg- Denver Colorado r1 FRANK A Vice PresidentI Branch Oflhe 910 Tacoma BId 1 Chicago Il- linoisLt J There is nothing like Good FLOUREvery housewife every cook knows that Good akes9 Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flourt Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BY THE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY Famous Crab Orchard Springs Forty Miles from Richmond fRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS for ncary a century has proven a model Summer Rwsort and this season promises to be the best in its history There health anti happintss can always be found The days are never opprefsivelv warm while thejiights are delightfully pleasant from June till October Thr one ran find needed rest or amusement galore as he prefers At this grand old place caH be found the greatest variety of mineral waters ot real merit in the country The famous Crab Orchard Water from which is made Oral Orchard ilts Sul SoriugsHotela great improvement on any which have been opened heretofoie The Table Neither money nor pains will be spared to make the table th best to be found in Kentucky An experienced chef has beo engaged and the tare at all limes will include the delirscirw nf the season Fine cattle mutton pork and poultry fattened on the Spnngt farm not surpassed anywhere Improvements Ihe Springs property have all been improved while paint and paper have been liberally used The grinnds are in the pink of condition and present a scene lovely to behold just now Society and Amusements Crab Orchard Springs has long been noted for the home like feeling thatpervades the entire ince The ceremonial ebicts of fashionable home life lire laid aside while each individual promotes his or her own happiness in cOn isadrawingAccessibility Crab Orchard Spring 115 miles from Louisville is the most accessible sum mer resort in Kentucky The Springs Hotels are lesa thana mile from the L N depot and ovary train is met by a comfortable conveyance 1 s Rates tosbSeason Opened June 1st willbefurnish the music Railroad Rates Sl23 round trip tickets sold Satmday good till Monday J B WILLIS Manager CRAB ORCHARD KY Queen Crescent Route SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES BETWEEN J i Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga OiarlestbaSavannah Birmingham New Orleans SeveporS and Texas Points PSI IFI UAId JlMuI1t =i-UENATXErypkL 891 5tlllllhll KY WAaAR ETi Oe Mp W CAgt jj b 1k1 k B 1 b tI he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 20 UXH Anrtoncuements1 = To the Votm ol the Filth ApptUlte Court Dis trict of Kentucky AM a candidate for Judge of the rourt of Appeals from this District ibjort to the action of the Dfmocra f fc prty As Circuit Judge it be tUTh my duty to trya number of Criminal case which have become a nut of the States history and nt Jeot critical time As Judge of tbe itutn Fiscal Cnurt it fell to my lot to onstrue the Statutes adopted to put of i force the provisions of the new Con Mtution as well as to construe the lfre ent Constitution whenever a con woversy rose as to its proper con ie ruction Almost innumerable cases ave burdened the dockets of my rurt touching the rights of corpora eons and the exercise of franchises Onder the law How well I have dis charged my duties under such trying Circumstances is left to you to deter mine t I will be very gratefuln nwho leI they can assist me to uuro tlie- igh position and ofiice to which I as lire lb Very respectfully etJAMFS E CAN miLL u L John D Carroll A Candidate for Appellate Judge ia this II District Hon John D Carroll of NewCastle tone of the best known lawyers in the tate has announced as a candidate w r Appellate Judge in this district ibJRct to the action of the Democratic asrty Mr Carrolls friends espec ally in the legal profession have for N lone time desired to see him on the jnrhof the highest court in the State lite has held several offices of trust and rnonor and in all oil them acquitted timself with creditSWhen quite a tDunc man he lIervedltwo terms in the apRiBlature was a member of the Con tuttonal Convention and one of the rnree commissioners appointed by the ffrovernor to revise the statute laws o- ffe State to conform to the changes Mliarte by the constitution and was tor iteiree years chairman of the Democratic e Late Central Committee He is the- i1itorof Carrolls Kentucky Codes of D rlCtice and Carrolls Kentucky natntes lawboobs thatjare in general r se and that may be found in the office if every lawyer in the State A man of nigh integrity great industry with an nxtensive and accurate knowledge of IB law and in the prime of life his ry rge circle of friends believe he would ioiake a splendid I Judge Trimble oiemocrat tf 1von CONGKKSS- p We are authorized to nnnonnde lion D L OORE of Mercer county as a candidate for oncrrM in Ihe Eighth District to micceed on O Q Gilbert subject to the action of emocratlc party Your support Is earneatlr e llcitd- We are authorized to announce H HELM Lnc51n county candidate for Concrfss rt om thli the Eight Congressional District Ibjectjto the action of the Democjatlc party Gfo mielf from this the Eighth Congressional utrirt Mitilectto the action of the Demo atic party FRANKrerTRNERf Eighth District subject to the action of Democratic darty FOR CITY ATTORNEY re We are authorized to announce a E tVBERT8 a candidate for OiLy Attorney sub ct to the action of the Democratic party- F FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are arthorized to announce JUDGE 10 HEtf AULT a candidate for the office ofa nntr Judge At Madl on County Subject to kie action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE If t TTflPIN candidate forthe office of Coon Judge of Madison county Hiibjvcl to the Itt Ion of the Democratic party FOR JAUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R ETCHER JIU candidate for County At niey subject to the action of the Democratic Rut We are authorized to announce R H AttorneytbJectWe are authorized to announce W R Atnthe Democratic partyon FOR SHERIFF f We are authorized to announce JNO W ie VLLABD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison uuty subject to the action ofthe Democrat Party f Millionttd to the action Democratic Party We are aulhorlzed to announce H H COL ER a candidate for Hherlff of Madison coun JJemocrnticSlrt JAILERInt We authorized to announce P J PER tlNS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of adisoD county subject to the action of the smocratlc party We are authorized to announce D C Madisontuntyatlc party We are authorized to announce THOM o MadisonIan are authorized to announce Q W itl NGER n candidate for Jailer of Madison- a inty sublect to the action of the Democratic jty JONESflandidateoftto the action of the Democratic party b e are authorized to announce J B DOZIER tandldate for Jailer of Madison county snb 1 to the action of the Democratic party K We are authorized to announce A J ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub 5 it to the action of the Democratic party sxWe are authorized to announce MOROAN YLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison Ponty ubjet to the action of the Democratic xrt We are authorized to announce PETER Q Madison1nty ant authorized to announce ANDERSON IOjKES of Speedwell a candidate for r Madison county subject tothe action the Democratic part- yuie cIare authorized to announce J H NEDY of West End Precinct Richmond countyblectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonruntJ4 e are authorized to announce J R PARKE countyJ3JeCt TERtIPinty nbJect to the action of the Democratic 1T TIChERSONDetnocrana FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT inVe are authorized to announce E P BEN N a candidate fur Superintendent Pub Hcbools of Madison county unbject to the gion of the Democratic party n are authorized to announce BEN F er WARDS a candidate for Superintendent of iIIc Schools of Madison Connt subject to ar action of the Democratic party arJOHNLANDacandidatIf Schools of Madison subject to jc action of the Democratic party- FORASSESSOR BAKERILitsubject to the action of the Democratic S1 are authorized to announce BUD DUNN candidate for Aittxjor of Madison action of the Democratic Patty are authorized to announced B P MadisonnctyJcjKwfyji rltled to Muottacd iBOtp R a candidate forAssorof Qb JftIItOtrIotitIoCr 1a6 If Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of lvrn l1WIBv I Iie to freshen up her home for summer We have everything and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most n ssive Bed= room Suits DressingTnblesIron and J iras Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy gComeMrrets 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 Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not W SI OLDHAM PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS ItiN MILLER ATTOaXMTATLAW RICHMOND KBiriocrr Office n the Burnam Building next doot to armera National Bank feb3lr SULLrV N JA ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 10 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY toyOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN8ELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry iThomas drug store PHYSICIANS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSIOIA NK AND SUROEOAS JICHMOND KENTUCKY jifice in the Dr Hobson building SUinStreet DENTAL S0EQEBT T 8 e t ttOnSO DBIfTIST OF LOuISVILLE KY aOfflee next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9to 121 to noTl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST njOffice ill Bennett Building lanly TELEPHONE E OYanceDO- 1rs E OVance D Osteopathic ViI Physicians Ilobsou BullDog fateratnre furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE 3radnatea Southern School of Ostheopathy Asheville N e center of the beautiful Land of the Skytt A superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in she most favorable portion of the temperate zone The official Government records of Western North Carolina which are unimpeachable evidence give the fol lowing averages Spring 53 49 F Sum mer 70 72 F Autumn 6348 F Winter 3887 F with a mean for the whole year of 64 15 F and a mean relative humidity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human Ills find quick relief Reached only hy the Southern Railway For Land of Jthe Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send twojpnt stamp to Geo B Allen r i A G P A St Louts Mo C H Hungerford D P A LouisvilletKr DR LANDMAN Hotel plyndon Wednesday Julrl3 lOOt B touinille t1tif tro QI DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND- or L wrenceburffShel 601 sm pandFor mine and BeattjrUIs 200 pn TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND ront Lonfirllla Lexington and UMatn Cincinnati StCp m lrod UeattyviUe ant trviue SI5 s m- lrona 3lIipz- an B nTBG t P A Vlutlle7Bl A1 JVooJnmil A Kt 1 rff Diamonds c Watches Clocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry Vand Precious Stones very description These are some of the LanesJewelryr watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your riiiR needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that can be found in a first class c gotoin these kind of articles v L ELaneJe- welerc and Optician JtGood CleanV CQl1tl Its a long way from the coal mines to the coal bin And its a long way from getting wh t you want when you have to pay for screening You wil get a load of satisfac tion every time you buy a load of coal from us Callor Telephone Bntfyrillt Coil Co D R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 OHJce and Yari ee A VeHr 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 poses You want the toFamily10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 55 0jugs 250I 5n bottles 3JNew Whisky 1SO per gallon Orders promptly filled WILPiY SEAROY Prop Old Joo Distillery IfcBraj er novlvr Anderson county Ky New Livery firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker Have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery table on Ifivne street and desire a share of patronage in this lint 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 gentionieu are in tho 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 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 be biRememberstable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 24 fen Hrr Will Rccdre Boarders Mrs Vernon Begs of 743 Uyard Ave BOardersduringrates Mrs Begcs who was formerly quiteWella large circle of friends She should receive A large share ot patronage pecially frwe tliM who t 6 frota li r111 r tp ellhiiois Central Railroad sSummer Excursion Tickets now on sale to CERULEAN SPRINGS DAWSON SPRINGS AND GRAYSON SPRINGS KY At Reduced Rates Special Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Ark and Return es iays and Saturdays of eachV IWeek until September 30 1904 Only line ruimiiig throug n personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas SJecial Low Ore way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South fllluingmonthlydairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseoker who will forward his name and ad dress to the undersigned will betnailel free Circulars Nos Ito 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to mouth 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- Louisville1 Ky 77 LET us makeyoll estimate on the finish for that house you are building our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber arid Manufacturing Co Main co R R Lexington Kentucky VcV 11OOOO ACRESl IN TUB DEVILS LAKE RESERVATION OPEN FOR SETTLEMENT In ther entrylorl DEVILS LAKE NORTH DAKOTA MHHHMH Northa20thImust be located by SEPTEMBER 6th rAppllcmts must be wheretheGREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY Send 2 cents reservatlonFor further information and railway rates address WHITNEYGeneral Agent 220 So Clark St CHICAGO ILL ST PAUL MINN A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of jfr f I Jfe Vt f Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat Vtingst Give us a call andwe will giver you satisfaction q Wlh1Jfe lJhSIJ1 Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY i Big Hill Goal Co RBTIAL YARD DepotOld AN CITE eoALBest and Cheapest Buy yoifr winter supply now and save money Phone 93 HF BARKER Agt ibseribel r the RIclh1m 1fJ1 dl Cllffm812K J Only One Dollar aYarlit J VVVZ VV1 t il J JI J3 k WOMAN IN COSSACK BAND Madame Pousep of JUga After Much Pleading Becomes a Member of Busslan Regiment While the thought of a woman tak ing a belligerently active part In war fare Is repugnant In the extreme says tim Illustrated Sporting News yet one cannot withhold admiration for the courage of that fair Russian who has Just enrolled In a Cossack regiment after persistent and earnest petition to the war ministry Madame Pousep of Riga being the daughter of a colonel of cavalry has been reared In a martial atmosphere From childhood she spent hours dally In the saddle and is ac counted one of the best horsewomen In Russia She is expert with rifle revolver and sword and her powers of endurance are such that for many years she has taken part In the annual cavalry maneuvers of the Vyazensky regiment Madame Pousep first by the en ergy of her belief maintains that pa triotism and the right to fight for ones country are qualities that should not be limited by ser and so determined was she to take part In the hostilities between her country and Japan that she notified the authorities of her Intention to go to the front at her own expense and Join arregiment in the field If they refused her request Madame Pousep who Is In her thirtysecond year was a ward of the late Emperor Alexander III and is contrary to expectation a highly cultured and refined woman BIG SALARY PAID WOMAN Superintendent of Indian Schools Draws 3000 a Year Outside of Her Expenses Some of the best paid employes of the government In Washington are women declares the Philadelphia Press So far as wages are concerned Uncle Sam recognkes no distinction of sex and in some branches of the pub lie service persons in petticoats owing to their superior aptitude for certain kinds of work have entirely driven out the men who are unable to com pete with them The highest salary paid by the government to a woman Is drawn by Miss Estelle Reel who is superintendent of all the Indian schools She is a remarkable woman and the supervision which she exercises over the rising generation of the nations wards has already revolutionized to a great extent the system of management adopted iliss Reel gets J3000 a year plusher expenses the latter being a con siderable item inasmuch as she spends most of her time in traveling about from one school to another utilizing almost every known means ofMrans portatlon and when stage coaches fall frequently riding on horseback for hundreds of miles tfUMBUG IN LITERARY WORLD Asks for Check of Big Magazine with Intention of Keeping Up a Bluff The greatest bluffer in the literary game that I ever heard of said a man employed In the counting room of a big magazine to a New York Sun reporter was a fellow who probably never wrote a line In his life but he had some reason for wanting to make some friends think that he was a regular contributorHe into our office and offered us a 50 bill and asked if we would let him have the concerns check for that amount He showed us the check of one other magazine which he had already secured When asked what he wanted the check for he made no bones of explaining that he wanted to show it to two or three friends to make them think that the check was in payment for a story My house declined to ac commodate him We did ask him however how he would keep up the bluff if one of his friends happened to ask him to show his story In the magazine He said that would be easy as he would declare that he was writing over a nom do plume DIXIE DEFEATED FILIPINOS Southerners Hearing Tune Played by Insurgents Sweep Them Out of the Town Muslc Is considered by military men to be the best possible means to en hearten dispirited soldiers A band has often saved a battle But the Fil ipinos lost a fight by setting their band into operation An American company was besieged in its barracks standing off the attack of several hundred of Filipinos FI- nally the Filipino commander ordered his band to turn Itself loose which it did with some Spanish airs Mean while the firing went on Suddenly the native band men burst out with an American pjece that they had learned In Manila before the war It was Dixie The besieged Americans were all Texans or Tennessee ansWith a yell and a howl they burst out of thelr barracks and swept the insurgents out of the town As a Profession One of the most remunerative call ings in America is that of the window dresser So much latitude is allowed him that a guarantee Is required on his engagement to secure the proprie tor against careless or unskilful han dling of any goods he may deal with If heavy responsibilities rest upon the professional window dresser his emol uments are large also ranging from 2000 to 5000 a ye- arSAINT FRISCO SYSTEM LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AID WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA For descriptive matter ttrongh chedolet and other needed JarUculan addrew HI McGUIRE MSTHICT PASSCnCCR AGENT 39 EAsy FOURTH STKCT- CINCINNATI OHIO i tot Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nice front and back yard and a good cistern Tho house has just been basleeibeeRoccstedlorparthuIANI I f d ic A Splendid pPrliLnJl1l 1fy To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property r situated three miles from Globe Arizonat c Investors are requested jthoroughly investigate this property owned by the Ar onaColorado Copper Belt and j Gold Milling Company twhich promise to be equal to any ot the Great iducers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Beltextending worn Jerome to BisbeeandVV Absolutely in the Center of the Belt And in the Center of the Globe Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled In the world c 3SO Acres in a compact bodywith undisputed titleNo debts of any Vinddevolopment still going on Jin the most modern and svslemttic manner19 claimsand every claim will be a mineore in sight on every one Copper Gold Silver arid Lead all in paying cantitieswith good assays in lin Uranium etcLarge tquantities of iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the ground Those who did not buy stock in the great mininjr poperties of Arizonaand other parts of the westwhen c It was offered for lOc a share and later on went to S75 per share now buy in the J ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co t which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable Proceeds 1 c from sale of stock pies into development work for machinery used in mining and milling and the hoist Jinir and handling ol ores from mine to mill No salaried officer to pay Divtdends paid when mine ilproducing As an investment guaranteed absolutely safe It in nut offered as a pHeuation but as an investment for it must advance in price cForfurther information address M FOREB Pres Biul iHii Mgr Main Office Globe Arizma 452vCi What is the name of the Refrigator and Ice Box that is lined with Granule ted Cork snd who sells them in town It is the North Star and can be found at D B Shackelford Co where it has bElen for years 13atf L 1 1 Time Ta1o- Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 11M p m ton Excess south bound 1246 p No6 Clnnatl and Livings 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No Clnnatl and Livings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnatl and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex sonth bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays viiI Accm north bound 6M a m No II Stanford and Mays 720 p m yule Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m lord north N und New Firm Having purchased the grocery anti meat business of Robert Hurst near t N depot I cordiallv invite nil mv friends aa well as nil patrons of the old firm to call on mo when needing any thing in this line I will carry con stantly in stock only the heat of goods and my meat market will bn supplied with the nices stork to be had and will uphold mv reputation for being a neat clean butcher I also desire to pnrchasH five cows jjivintr from three to four gallons milk per day Atrain soliciting n share of your patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 16mtf Agents Wanted 6 a day made bv our men selling AIr Lights Write for terms Chicago Air Light Co S3 5th Ave Chicago Tour Trip toth- eWorlds 4 Fair St Louis in J 904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to the Mound City and an unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District of the Fatherof Waters should be made by t- heBig FOUL Route J E REEVES Gen Southern Agent WAREKN J LYNCH OP A T A CinJnot Os B I 0 SW Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to ST LOUIS and the wouisiana Purchase Exposition Entire New Iandway of the 5i T Parlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats D Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on Applieaiion Send lOc silver for copy of the St LouisWorlds Fair March For rates tima of train or Parlor CareaccomnodatIonn address auy agent o K MCCARTY Generii PeB rAgent Cincinnati Ohio Dont forget we acknowledge ro baaIncastf V MrwJcXh lA i0 c 1t JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado rr rrc III FRANK A WRIGHTt1IVice President Branch Olie 910 Tauoraa Bid IChicago Illinois rThere is nothing like Good FLOURe Every housewife every cook knows that Good Qakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be hadc Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Ellis on Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BY THE Elliston Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY Famous Crab Orchard Springs Forty Miles from Richmond CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS for neary a century has proven a model Summer Resort and this season promises to be the best in its history There health and happiness can always be found The days are never oppretsivoly warm while the nichts are delightfully pleasant from June till October Tlwre sine ran find needed rest or amusement galore as lie prefers At this grand old place can ho fonnd thegreatest variety of mineral waters ot rf al merit in the country The famous Crab Orchard Water from which is made Crab Orchard Salts Sul SpringsHotela great improvement on any which have been opened heretofoie The Table Neither mousy nor pains will be spared to make the table th heat to be found in Kentnrky An experienced chef has beeS engaged and the fare at all limps will include the deliracirK of the season Fine cattle mutton pork and poultry fattened on the Springe farm not surpassed anywhere VImprovements VV The Springs property have all been Improved while paint and paper haie been liberally used The grounds are in the pink of condition and present a scene lovely to behold just now- Society and Amusements Crab Orchard Springs has lung been noted for the home like feeling that pervades Iho entini Iure The ceremonial edicts of fashionable homo life are laid aside while each individual promotes his or her own happiness in con tributing to the happiness of others We have a box ball machine that is a drawing card and a novelty to r great man- yAccessibility Crab Orchard Spring 115 tulIps from Louisville is the most accessible sumo mer resort inKentucky The Springs Hotels are less than a mile from the L N depot and every train is met by a comfortable conveyanceV Rates VVThe rates are very low considering the excellency ot the service ForV8 to10 per weeks delightful rooms aid splendid fare can be obtained jw Season Opened JuneIstV willhefurnish the music r Railroad Rates S125 round trip tickets sold Satuiday good till Monday J B WILLIS ManagerV CRAB ORCHARD KY Queen Crescent Route SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES BETWEEN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga LKnoxviIIe Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas PomtsViaa i4IfftIATIeH plATES ucAIftfla KywCINCINNATI VVVuiVV U cc c t i jT 2 J tC 3 t SBS t TSJtj i i Si 1I r f and and enjoy Then you want one of our easy vehicles heet ej3I PHONE 232 KY Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH l1 Groceries FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at a Can Cooks are as scarce as hens teeth Procter Red Ash Jellico Coals rrial prices luring June and July truer Lackey Co Acts Phone PKOCTBK COAL C- oj2m Whats the matter with having tbe weeds along the streetscut Work has been begun on MrL P Evans cottage on Glyndon avenue For Shampooing Manicuring Facial Massage and all kinds of toilet req ulsites call on Mrs Alive Jones next dour to Piggs grocery on Main street iOatf There are several streets in the city that are 90 grown up with weeds that passers by cant go along without getting full ot burs Oom Paul Kruger exPresident of the Transvaal died last week in Switzerland and Golden Rnlu Jones Mavr of Toledo Ohio died at his home last week We purchased our vehicles to sell at d it yon will only call and get prices wr will prove this assertion and make f vou an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Midklff Prop Following Rates in effect via L k to Cincinnati and retnrn Sunday Juv Mth 160 Tickets good only on pppfial train leaving Richmond C 30 am Cincinnati 8 p m 4th St depot J W HamltonAgt Examine our elegant display of Canages Busrtries etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at pricesIge Works S L Midkitf Prop The Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association have finished regrading and throwing up the turns on their race track The work was done by W C Gormley ot Richmond who is our expert trackibnilder It is now a dandv Mr Gormley pronounces it the best track in the state Tn this city on last Friday a Key Ring with four or five keys attached Liberal reward for retnrn of same to nndrRgned Dr M Dunn jb20tf fcW Bik Sealed nids to supply coal for etdd vell and the Colored High Schools for the ensuing terms will be reserved by nndersiened up to Friday evening July 22 when some wll be opened and contra t awarded T T COVINOTON Secy I Shot 0i last Thursday Mr William DP ijarneMe who resides In this county was shot with a shot gun and Ronouely Swoutxled by his step son M r William pjenton An old grudge bftuntiii tuft two caused the trouble Bunton was arrested hy Deputy slieHn Uiclmrd iCoiypr and brought tn tIii city where l he was placotlfll jSi to wait Ins t uil to r Do You Wnt to Drive- In a stylish elegant and handsome Buggy Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabout thoroughly comfortably yourself handsome riding oTcs RIeHMOND AGENTS 20c Something e kCt S ra91 are you satisfied withyour Ija u n dr y Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry Om1fttce Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofCharrYour city taxes are now due Please calla d settle T C ONeil tf City Collector Office City Hall Building Spedil Prices The Racket Store is offering some special prices on buckets aud fruit jars and now that preserving time is at ha1d this will interest all housekeep ers Prices quoted are 6 quart cov- ed tin buckets only 10 cents 1 quart Mason fruit jars 55c por dozen and 2 quart jars for Goc per dozen Cjltf Kolhe to Tcsekn ltd Trosttti The Institute for white teachers will he held during the week beginning Monday July 25th and for colored teachers during the week beginning Monday August 1st All teachers are required under the law to attend All trustees and patrons are earnestly re quested to attend Dividend Declared The directors of the State Bank Trust Co have declared the regular semiannual dividend of 3 per cent after adding 1000 to the surplus fund which now stands at the sum of 10000 all earned over and above the regular dividends of per cent per annum pipable semiannnally Tike Srtke I desire to say to the people of Math son county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Brouston Brothers with whom I am not connected in anyway I have opened a saloon on the same street just below Mike EnriRhtg old stand and I am now ready to accommodate inv customers Please call mud see me Respt W M CKEBKMOBE Captured Jule Hensey and William Turner two desperadoes who have been erro izing different parts of this county for some time were captured near Million last week by Deputies Colyer Terrill and Bronston The men had claimed that they would never be taken dead or alive but their arrest was made without the fireinj of a shoj They were brought to this city and placed in jail Elensley was tried on an old charge and held over to the grand jury in the sum of 300 Old Acquaintances The following taken from the Wash ngton DO Trades Unionist concerns two people well known here and shows how old friends are continually meeting up with each other even after years 01 separation Monday morning a batch of extras went to work in the Second Division of the Government Printing Office and when Milo Shanks looked up from his desk he recognized in J D Nowlon the gentle man who seventeen years ago lifted him up on a type box to learn the boxes in the old Richmond Ky QLIMAX office Mrs kie hnua Euan Has taken a home during the Fair at 43 JO Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City EAT I IIVI fJrGreen Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies CS in fact everything that can be found in a first V I class grocery We call special attention to our line AV of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND H GARDENS 1 f GIVE US A CALL Horbef Huguelu Successors to E Deatherage Co K- IJL Cii == 1 i i tiiT D It1T tT M1 Right here in our big stock youll find anything andeverything needed to clothe youin comfort while the sun is sizzling hotplain every day things II Iiia of all kinds as well as the finest and swellest toggery to dress you up for Sunday t J fy ggc COOL SUITS ti Ar Greatest variety of Linenette Tow Linen Homespun Wool Crash and Flannel Suits just the things for midsummer comfort 5 at prices that make it true economy to wear them instead of your I41 heavier and more costly suits t 200 300 500 800 1000 and 1250 f i Straw Hats Reduced In order to reduce stock Straw Hats have been cut to the very bottomgreat opportunity for fine Hats at low prices Come and see Negligee shirts e An inviting display of the newest patterns in light cool Shirts in the widest variety of beautiful colors and styles E soc si 150I Typhoid rever Mr Tevis Hugnely who is suffering with typhoid fever was removed to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary last week His Illness is a source of much regret among his many friends who will wait anxiously for encouraging news from him Fire Last Wednesday morning about two oclock a negro cabin near the stock yards was discovered to be on fire The department responded promptly and saved several surrounding houses from burning although tbe principal fire was too much under headway to savejtbe building It is thought to have been of incendiary orgin Band Concert On account of the tent meeting which is in progress only a small crowd was out on the street to hear the usual Friday night concert The band boys executed their program in a splendid manner despite tne fact they were worn out from having played all day at the Kirksville Fair The people look forward to these weekly concerts with a great deal ot pleasure and the boys show marked Improvement under the able leadership of Mr Harry Huns Quite A Coincidence GuneralNelsonwho has been a life long resident of this city and who is at present the of the fire department informs us that he has a brotherinlaw named Parker and one named Davis the same names of our Democratic nominees for President and Vice President The General feels quite proud that his kinsmen should hear the names of thedistin gnished leaders and next high officials of the United States and feels all the moro eager to talk for Parker and Davis Those Dangerous Needles Common sewing needles are danger ous weapons to have about one parson on account ot theapidity with which they work through the flesh On last Wednesday Ed WlnesJr accidentally stuck a needle in the calf of his leg part of It breaking off Dr Sandlins Exliny was used to locate the broken part and it was found in about one days flmo fi have worked several inches Inn toward the foot and Tuesday Dr Gibson operated on the little fellow and took the troublesome missile out Parents should be exceedingly careful about allowing children to have needles and also about sticking one in the clothing any where They are a source of much pain and maybe death sometime should they work into a Tital organ Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmpnd Ky that the property owners on fetcher Avenue namely J Tevis Cobb and John Azblll construct a pavement and curbing in front of their property Witness our hand this July 11 1904 D R Tevis Mayor Attest rW H Whito Clerk Destnci Frenetics It was with sincere pleasure that the friends of that splendid gentlemen Captain John R Pates heard of his promotion to the office of Superintendent of the Louisville and Atlantic rail road No better selection could have been made as Captain Pates is familiar with every phaze of railroad work He- hasbeen connected wIth the LA since its start serving until a short time ago as passenger conductor in which capacity he had few equals and no peers He was then and is still the esteemed friend of every person wbo traveled over that road This promotion tothe office of will no doubt bring increased traffic for tht road and we the- otflclahI in being so lucky nsjo have a Bentleman like Captain P beldng- to Jllwlf j 4 t off For The Reunion The antlered tribe is holding full sway in tlie Queen City this week on account of the National Reunion ot the B P O E The city has for weeks and months been getting ready for this event thousands and thousands of dollars having been spent in decora tions and lighting The eLy at large is turned over for be enjoyment of the visiting Elks Quite a crowd Irom the local lodge are in attendance The following is a liet D R Tevis H R Tevis C E Woods W S Oldham W D Oldham T B Collins G W Pickels J O Chenault T H Collins R H Crooke James Tribble J D Arbuckle W A Thomas II H Colyer C C Wallace G W Evans Jr James Crutcher T A Robinson D S liar ber A T Rice J W Arnold Joe chaufhausen B L Middelton B W Turner TJ Moberley L P Evaus A B Farris R C Saufley R J McKee R Jl Terrill R VCtvnrJerae- Cobb J 0 Lackey J A Mersbon P L Willglng D R Freeman W B Bright J A Sullivan D L Fry W P Williams G C Farris B A Daugberty T A Ballew Win Ar bnokle Tom Mason John P Fox Jno K Gibvtn J J Greenleaf Chas Curtis W O Mullins R L Davis Joe Guinchigliam H O Rice James Allman John Allman J L Green leaf H O Jasper and C A Taylor SA6RIFIGE SALE THURSDAY JUNE 30 Andevery 1 hursday in July All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices B W 13a4m emir Jajue Our community was much shocked and sorely grieved over a runaway accident which occurred ob Sunday afternoon Mrs Partello and Mrs J H Nell had just gotten into Rev G W Shepherds carriage to go to the tent meeting and were waiting for Mr Shepherd when a frightened mule pafsed which in turn frightened the horse Before the occupants had time to thiiik4hev were being carried down North street at a terrific speed and in their fright from the vehicle In ao doing both bodiessuatamefl severe injuries Mrs Neff received a painful but not necessarily fatal cut on the back ot the head while Mrs Partellosarm was broken In two places her nose broken and skull fractured and on ac count of her age and the serious nature of her wounds her physicians are quite apprehensive about her recovery She is the mother of Mrs S W Bush and is one of the most highly respected women in town She was taken Im- medIately to the Gibson Hospital where all the attention possible Is given her Mrs NeWts the wife of the Main street produce dealer arid a most lovable woman The many friends of both ladies deplore the accident and are very solicitous about both tnst before going to press it was learned that Mrs Neff was resting cqmfortably and was thought tobe better while Mrs Par tello was resting it well igould be excl4 r 4 J t j 0 an r CUUTCIIER At J oclock Monday morning July 18 1904 a tenpound boy engaged board at the home of Mr and Mrs James S Crutcherthis city The little fellow has been named William Letcher Crutcher Jr for his paternal grandfather one of the noblest men that walks the soil of Kentucky May this his first grandchild inherit the many sterling quail ties of tbe happy grandpa may it al o reflect in the best qualities of his popular father and may he also be worthy of his mother who as the beautiful Margaret Cbnnault was one of that bevy of beauties that sustained reputationduring KING At the1 home of Mrs Claude Smith a beautiful girl baby was born on Sunday morning and the proud young parents are Mr and Mrs Tom Kingwas formerly Ml s Annie Wag ers of Irvine Mr Cobb on the trozram County Attorney Hon J Tevis Cobb has received programs of the Kentucky County Attorneys Associa tion which will be held at Glasowqhie2- 8th and 29lh of this month Mr Cobb is down fur a paper on the Claims Ie gal and Illegal Against ihb County and other good features are carded for the two days session A proposition will lie broached be- Fore the body for admission of County Judges into membership possibly with a slight alteration of the present organi zation It is prbhabld that this idea will be favorably received by the members The present ofllcers and the pro gram of the meeting are as follows The officers of the association are Thomas W Thomas President W O Davis Secretary La Vega Clements Treasurer IKOGUAM Thursday July 28 Mooting called to order at 2 p m Report of officers Address followed by discussion Extradition of Criminals WP Kimball Lexington Hood Roads William J Price Danville Recent Legislation WM 0 Davis Drawer Friday July 29 Called to order at 930 a m Granting Franchises by the County F P ODonnell Maysville Address The Ballot Hon A P Humphrey Louisville Claims Legal and Illegal Against the County I Tevis Cobb Richmond Noon recess Called to order at 2 p m Revenue and Taxation Reform Ja cob Corbett Wickiue General Discussion Question Drawer Resolutions Election of officers Miss Lackeys Remarkable KwoTerr Rheonu tian Routed at Last From a hopeless helpless agonizing sufferer from inflammatory rhenmatism of the mnsclaj and joints bedfast and beyond the power of medicine or the physicians skill Miss Lucy Lackey of tills city has beep transformed into a new womari free Item pain andas well as I ever was to use her own lan guage to a representative of the CLIMAX who saw her Saturday Then Miss Lackey was freely walking about the yard of her brother Hon James Lackey having just returned from tbat famous rheumatic care West Wash ington St Indianapolis Miss Lackey who Is deservedly one of till most highly esteemed ladles in this section famous locally lor her good works L elmurchAnd charitable circles asks the UUXAX inJbebalf of suffering humanity to publish a brief statement of her case and its magic cUre For many weary weeks Miss Lackey was pinioned to h rOOd with excruciate ine pains of the miMclee and joints bee body AIL th t HC inline JE te t LIGHT COATS I For the short man tall man smallman or extra big fellow Large collection to choose from right in quality and price 2 250 3 4 and 5 Fine Assortment of White Vestsf Thin Pants Youll not pant these hot days if you wear our cool pants The e 4 eHomespuQSO cts to 400 Summer Shoes fLighest and softest Vici Kid Vici Calf Patent Kid and Coltskin in both Low Cuts and JShoes of regular height Largest stock in Madison county to select from 150 AND UPiExtra Soft Plow Shoes 125 COVINGTON AND BANKS J t1 1 1 A tt t t tttttt Superintendent Ordinance Superintendent congratulate TURNER BIRTHSI iil 1 eleetrlcityiMiss Lackey yielded to the persuasion of City Judge Henry U Rice himself One of a half dozen Richmond rheu- matIcs who have been cured at Indianapolis and she was gotten ready for the journey It was a last resort a forlorn hope and even the staunchest friends here of the Mount Jackson San itarium had their faith in its curative power tested to the utmost in the pres ence of Miss Lackeys extraordinary cast Nevertheless they added their persuasion to that of Judge Rice and Miss Lackey turned her eyes toward the Hoosier Capital followed by the prayers and wull wishes of her countless friends At the end of the firs week she says I was almost frep from pain the swelling in my limb WM reduced my j tints were suph again and I knew I was on the road to recovery After two weeks more lie r rheumatism being unusually stubborn and requiring double timeMiss Lacke was released fully cured if absolute re lease from pall perfect freedom to gu whithereouvnr she pleases normal appetite and rest indicate a cure Tell everybody I am well were her ringing words and the CLIMAX carries that joy ons message to stricken humanity The Mount Jackson Sanitarium in rather unpretentious institution in the western part of Indianapolis conducted by Dr Curtis Hollintrsworth Unlike Hot Spring Ark Martinsvihle Ind Frnch Lic and other fashionable re sorts Mount Jackson bas no music ne dn cini no society etc and henct CUM down is patients expenses to the lo v sum of SI2 per week baths board ant treatment onethird as much as other resorts charge The chief secret- or the woudrful cures is the battery 01 deep mineral wells on the place 1350 fet deep from which the curative waters as litter as gall are pumped lot i boilers and thence into the beth tUIs The treatment is simple pain lets and pluasant baths vapor and waer massaging and sweating out Hit posons of the system Abundant food anl comfortable rooms in the brick ho el are and two week treatment is usually considered suff- i0jit lor ordinary rheumatic case The Walters School Next Term Begins Tuesday September J904 JAS T BARRETT Pri Richmond Ky William J Bran The Democratic Convention nt St Louis is over and W J Bryan is not dead Before trill Convention assem bird many of the newspapers through th county and shallow brained politi ti vis in the land continued to assert tlm Mr B Jail would not abide by the ar ion of the Convention awl would lIt vote Ihu ticket nominated by that Ci ivontiou Mr Bryan went to that Convention with a definite purpose In yiv and to labor for the same and all of lila words and every act showed that hi was struggling for what he believed wi for the good ot his party and for tli interest of his country From the 11uit word that ho spoke to the last tit toMoce that he made be showed what h wanted ann what he believed would be r the success of his party and the P nanent good of all the people and ho further manifested throughout life course that II he could not Jtiavi 1wle Jie Wjte willing to yield in or keep peiice in the party ti the JomiiiHtee on Resolutions lu- mode II erong Nght and not one of his f ir tie are hamed of that fight Wb ct Id He noirb blamed and abused fit coHfJpnditig in that committee fo n v h thought was right and best- inl 111t Mr Hill of New York and- otlltrs d0 the same thing Didno he in that Ommlttee Insist om thel gold Btaadard pliiRk i2f put ii- tkpii4emeai irndrJlJnt k1I t Ii pose it No one seems to deny Mr Hills right to do what he didwhy condemn Mr Bryan for doing what he did Mr Hill may have thought it wivs best for the party and the country to have this cold standard plank in Mr Bryan certainly did not think so and 35 of the committee against 15 agreed with him Did not Mr Bryan say in that committee and in tbat convention that some things which he had wanted in that platform he had lost And that he was willing to give and to take and that he would most certainly support the platformwhat- nore could be asked or expected of himAlter the untimely telegram from Judge Parker was received Mr Bryan acted the part of a manly man anti kept the faith to the end His whole course in that convention was open frank courageous and bold and all lair mindedmen no matter what their views may be on the propositions he advocated must say that his conduct praiseMrand declaring at the very last that ho would support the platform even if the gold pInk was in it and it therefore seems that the ceurse pursued by our leading newspaper of this State is very unjust to him and his friends The at tempt to belittle him and to destroy him in the face of what he did at St Louis should not be countenanced by the Democrats of the State and if this continued abuse of Mr Bryan and those who supported him is kept up there will be no political harmony in Kentucky W B SMITH Premiums Awarded By the Kiiksfllle rair Best homemade cheese Mrs T J Curtis premium Mrs D J Simmons certificateBest pounds butterAnnie R Smith Pi Mrs Leslie Cotton c Best baked hamMrs Jerre Noland Mrs G B Turley Sr Best loaf salt rising bread Miss Nell Potts Mrs W P Prewitt Best plate beaten biscuit Mrs G B Turley Jr Miss Nell Potts Best two bottles home made wineMrs Win L Hockaday Mrs Mattio Alverson Best gallon ice creamMrs W A Arbuckle Jr Miss Iva Coy Best gallon pine apple sherbet Mrs T J Curtis Mrs Chas Ballew Best white cake Mrs Shelby Jett 1st and 2nd Best spouge cakeMrs Mouret Mrs G F Bradley Best chocolate cakeMrs Chas Bal lew Miss Lottie Faris Best white fruit cake Mrs W A Arbuckle Jr Miss Annie Uagan Best black cake Mrs W A Arbuck le Sr Mrs Chas Curtis Best stallion mare or gelding one year old M F Arbtrckle D J Sim monsBest stallion threevears aud under fourDavid Dunn 1st and 2nd Best stallion fouryears and overC Cann Eastland Bonta Best phaeton pony under 15 hands Tom Bright C C Hooker Best mare or gelding 2 years old and under threeR Woods Best mare or gelding three years old and tinker fourGeo B Robinson and pmith Oldham Best walking maro or geldmg any age Faris McCord Smith Oldham Best rocks way mare or gelding shown to r ckaway Eastland Bonta Cole man James State Rank Trust Co stake 500 Mat Cohen 1st Brock Bros 2nd W L Hockaday 3rd Gee B Robinson 4th Consolation E L Parker 1st Harbison Jewell Patterson 2nd David Dunn 3rd Speed ringThe fastest mare or geld IntO C Hooker Eastland Bonta Best boy rider under 14 years old Charley Dunn Charley Duerson Best combined mare or gelding any age Smith Oldham Tom Bright Best lady riderMiss Lyda Duerson Miss Hattie Arbucffie Best mule colt either sex Chas Ballew 1st and 2nd Best mule one year old and under twoToJ Curtis W5on B Ramsey Jr c Best mule twoyears old and under threel J Curtis Son W L Toid Best mule three old and under four T Curtis Son 1st and2nd Best pair mules any aJtell F Slavin T J Curtis Son Best mule any ageToJ Curtis Son B F Slavin Best mare and colt either sexJ D Harris W A Arbuckle Jr Best colt mare or gelding II F Arbuckle 1st and 2nd Best mare or gelding four years old Iiand overBrock Bros R E Moreland 3RBest harness mare 4 years old and oyerE C Ward Coleman Jones Best years and over Eastland Bonta Coleman James Best colt of sex under yrI F Arbuckle Jr 1st M F Arbuckle 2nd J D Harris 3rd Coleman it James Eastland Bout a girl baby under one year old Margaret Lucille Dunn Handsomest baby 1 year old and under 2 Nannio Chenault Evans Best mare or gelding 2years old and under M F Arbuckle Eastland mare or gelding 3 years and Walker E C Ward geldingWLBest saddle stallion 3 and under 4David Dunn 1st and 2nd Best stallion 4 years old and over HockadayBest of sex color or ownershipColeman Jamee R E Moreland Best mare or JeldlnlZ anyp C Cann 1st Mat Cohen 2nd Cole man James Modelstallion mare or gelding shown to halterB E Brock Bros purposesOhpsEasiest mule five time around the ShepherdBest mare or gelding 4 years old and overE C Ward Eastland Bonta 4111LNevery in the history of this stores sensational sate have we presented such fsji iIj tempting values for the moneywise women of Richmond and vicinity This HJ sale means that our stock must be = lib Reduced at Once 1 pepiour means you JE tend this sale every day No manufacturers costs off but our closely bought PF3J l stock ISJ- aP Pf Cut to the Quick Prices m or2 fA IIl m L Gi DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS harnessgelding regardless Handsomest underRobt stallion Morelandu in t fiWhiteCaps Fans Bonnets Silk Gloves Handkerchkfs Fancy Ribbons Silk tioline Dusters Shirt Waist Suiting Gents UnkrwearI KsJ iiiFi iii UiiiS r51 riI rirtrairiiiril olll IrJl Irllii5l1iiiriJ r lr0ct J r J t Ufl C Ji cIf f I id r jh 1 r 1L f You Wilt handsome Depot nd thoroughly and comfortably enjoy yourself Then you vant one of our handsome easy riding vehicles ne edaTTa RICHMOND Icy O1PHONE Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE I- BFRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can Cooks are as scarce as hens teeth Procter Red Ash Jelllco Coals Svial prices during June and July L her Lackey Co Agts Phone PROCTER CoAL Co 222m Whats the matter with having the v fds along the streets cut Work has been begun on MrL P i vans cottage on Glyndon avenue For Shampooing Manicuring Fail Massage and all kinds of toilet req uisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Piggs grocery on Main street Lliatf There are several streets In the city that are so grown up with weeds that nasners by cant go alon without getting Ullot burs Oom Paul Kruger exPresident tli Transvaal died lost week in Sttitwrland and Golden Rule Jones Mayer of Toledo Olio died at his tniue last week We purchased our vehicles to sell aTI it you will only call and get prices will prove this assertion and make IIrVOI1 an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Midkiff Prop Following Rates in effect via L to Cincinnati and return Sunday Jiv 24th 160 Tickets good only on Iial train leaving Richmond 6 80 a m Cincinnati 8 p m 4th St depot Jw Hamilton Agt Examine our elegant display of Carriages Butraies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carringe Vorks S L Midkiff Prop The Crab Onhard Fair and Racing Association have finished regrading anti throwing up the turns on their race track The work was done by W C Gonnley ol Richmond who is our expert track builder It is now a dandy Mr Gormlay pronounces it the best track in the state In this city or last Friday a Key Ring with four or five keys attached Liberal reward for return of same to unilfregned Dr M Dunn jly20tf w Sealed bids to supply coal for Cald well and the Colored High Schools for the piianing terms will be jesorved by uiiilersignwl up to Friday evening July 22 when some wll be opened and contra 1t awarded T T OOVINOTON Secy Shet fin lat Thursday Mr William DP iarneite who ranidefl in this county Cah shot with a shot gun and furiously whinnied by his step son Mr William Bf titm An old grudge between the twi rauml tho troHble BiMitoii was grated by Deputy Sheriff Richard Ciiyer and brought to tliw city whore h was plactllnjMIuwltithiKttril1 Something to Do to Drive- In a stylishelegant and Buggy Phaeton Wagon Surrey or Runabout JDorVs are you satisfied with yo- urIundry Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry Oflio RIceA Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargeYour city taxes are now due Please call and settle TC ONeil tf City Collector Office City Hall Building Special Prices Tile Racket Store is offering some special prices on buckets aud fruit jars and now fIat preserving time is at haul this will interest all house keep ers Prices quoted are 6 quart cov- ed tin buckets only 10 cents 1 quart Mason fruit jars 65c pr dozen and 2 quart jars for 65e per dozen Cjltf tie U Tticten IH Tnsttes The Institute for white teachers will be held during the week beginning Monday July 25th and for colored teachers during the week beginning Monday August 1st All teachers are required under the law to attend All trustees and patrons are earnestly requested to attend Dividend Declared The directors of the State Bank Trust Co have declared the regular semiannual dividend oh 3 per cent liter adding 1000 to the surplus fund which now stands at the sumof 10OQO all earnfed over and above the regular dividends of 6 per cent per annum p pable semiannually Tate Xtift I desire to say to the people of Madison county that 1 have sold my saloon- on First Street to Bronton Brothers with whom I am not connected in anyway I have opened a saloon on the same street just below Mike Enrighte old stand and I am now ready to accommodate mv customers Please call and see me Respt W M CrEEKMORE Captured Jule IJensley and William Turner two desperadoes who have been erro izing different parts of this county for some time were captured near Million last week by Deputies Colyer Terrill and Bronston The men had claimed that they would never bo taken dead or alive but their arrest was made with out the fireing ofa shot They were brought to this city anti placed in jail ionsley was tried on an old charge and held over to the grand jury in the mm of 300 Old Acquaintances The following taken from the Wash In ton D C Trades Unionist concerns two people well known here and shows how old frienJs are contin uilly meeting up with each other even after years ot separation Monday morning a batch of extras went to work In the Second Division of the Government Printing Office and when Milo Shanks looked up from his desk he recognized in J D Newlon the gentleman who seventeen years ago lifted him up on a type box to learn the boxes in the old Richmond Ky CLIMAX office Mrs Lieu taaffl Knap Has taken a home during the Fair at 43 J 0 Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City rj BAT Jis always an interesting subjectespecially wnen j fJGreen Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies in fact everything that can be found in a first class grocery We call special attention to our line J of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND J GARDENS GIVE US A CALL i Harder Huguelu 1Successors to E Deatherage Co I r a- i tj A0 ST ii r ir i- 99VW t + vu + n IL 5 Right here in our big stock youll find anything and everything needed to clothe you in comfort while the sun is sizzling hotpfain every day things 4 5of all kinds as well as the finest and swellest toggery to dress you up for Sunday X i IIJa6 I LeI ftV 1 COOL SUITS t Greatest variety of Linenette Tow Linen Homespun Wool Crash and Flannel Suits just the things for midsummer comfort at prices that make it true economy to wear them instead of your 4tV heavier and more costly suits 2t 200 300 500 800 1000 and I 125- 0Straw Hats Reduced In order to reduce stock Straw Hats have been cut to the very bottom great opportunity for fine Hats at low pricesVCome and see1 Negligee shirts t1Aninviting display of the newest patterns in light cool Shirts in the widest variety of beautiful colors and styles i 50C 1 150 l IS Typhoid rerer MrTevis Hugnely who is sufl ring- swith typhoid fever was removed to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary last week His illness is a source of much regret among his many friends who will wait anxiously for encouraging newsjrom him FireiLast Wednesday morning about two oclock a negro cabin near the stockyards was discovered to be on fire The department responded promptly and saved several surrounding houses from burning although the principal fire wasI too much under headway to save building It is thought to have been of intendiary o inIBand Concrrt On account of the tent meeting which is in progress only asmall crowd was out on the street to hear the usual Friday night concert The band boys executed their program in a splendid manner despite tne fact they were worn out from having played all day at the Kirksville Fair The people look forward to thesn weekly concerts with a great deal ot pleasure and the boys show marked Improvement under the able leadership of Mr Harry Huns Quite A Coincidence General Nelson who has been a life lone resident of this city and who is at present the Superintendent of the fire department informs us that he has a brotherinlaw named Parker and one named Davis the same names of our Democratic nominees for President and Vice President The General feels quite proud that his kinsmen should bear the names of the distin guished leaders and next high officials of the United States and feels all the more eager to talk for Parker and Davis Those Dangerous Needles Commonsewing needles are danger ous weapons to have about one person on account ot the rapidity with which they work through the flesh On last Wednesday Ed Wines Jr accidentally stuck a needle in the calf of his leg part of It breaking oil Dr Sandlins ExRay was used to locate the broken part and it was found in about one dayS time to have worked several Inches 11IIward the foot and Tuesday Dr UU on the little fellow and took the troublesome missile out Parents should be exceedingly careful about allowing children to have needles and also about sticking one in the clothing any wh reThey are asource of much pain and maybe death some time should they work into a vital organ Ordinance Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Ky that the property owners on Letcher Avenue namely J Tevis Cobb and John Azbill construct a pavement and curbing in front of their property Witness our hand this July 11 1004 D R Tevis Mayor Attest rW H WhiteClerk Deemed It was with sincere pleasure that the friends of that splendid gentlemen Captain John R Pates heard of his promotion to the office of Superintend ent of the Louisville and Atlantic railroad No better selection could have beeujnade as Captain Pates ia familiar with every phaze of railroad work He has been connected with the LA since its start serving until a short time ago as passenger conductor in which capacity he had few equals and no peers He was then and is still the esteemed friend of every person who I traveled over that road This promo tion to the office Superintendent will no doubt bring increased traffic for the road and we congratulate the officials in being so lucky as to have a gentleman like Captalu Pate belong I to their tSr CfPf fi Off For The Reunion The antlerd tribe is holding full way in the Queen City this week on account of the National Reunion or the B P O E The city has for weeks and months been getting ready for this event thousands and thousands of dollars having been spent in decora tions and lighting The ciy at larges turned over for he enjoyment of the visiting Elks Quite a crowd from the local loilgeare in attendance The following is a liet D R Tevis H R Tevis C E Woods W S Oldham W D Oldham T B Collins G W Pickels J C Chenault T H Collins II H Crooke James Tribble J D Arbuckle W A Thomas H H Colyer C Wallace G W Evans Jr James Crn tcher T A Robinson D S Har her Z T Rice J W Arnold Joe tclmnthausen B L Middelton B W Turner T J Rloberley L P Evans A B Farris R C Saufley It J Mc Ken R B Terrill R W Culver Jesse Cobb J O Lackey J A Mershon P L Willging D R Freeman W B Bright J A Sullivan D L Fry W P Williams G O Farris B A Dangherty T A Ballew Win Ar buckle Tom Mason John P Fox Jno K GiWn J J Greenleaf Chas Curtis W C Mullins R L Davis Joe Gninchigliant H O Rice James Allman John Allman JVL Green leaf H 0 Jasper and C A Tay- lorSACRIFICE SALE THURSDAY JUNE 30 Andevery 1 hursday in July All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices B W TURNER 18a4m Settrlj hjirtl Our community was much shocked and sorely grieved over a runaway ac cident which occurred on Sunday afternoons Mrs Partello and Mrs J H Nell had just gotten into Rev G W Shepherds carriage to go to the tent meeting and were waiting for Mr Shepherd when a frightened mule paPsel which In turn frightened the horse Before the occupants had time to think they were being carried down North street at a terrific speed and in their fright jumped from the vehicle In so doing both bodies sustained severe injuries Mrs Noff received a painful but not necessarily fatal cut on the back of the head while Mrs Partellos arm was broken In two places her nose broken and skull fractured and ort ac count of her age and the serious nature of her wounds her physicians are quite apprehensive about her recovery She is the mother of Mrs SeV Bush and is ODe of the most highly respected women in town She was taken Im mediately to the Gibson Hospital whereall the attention possible is given her Mrs Neff is the wife of the Main street produce haler and a most lovable woman The many friends of both ladies deplore the accident and are very solicitous about both Just before going to press It was learned tha Mrs Neff was resting comfortably and was tjiought tobe better while Mrs Par tello was resting lu well as could be expected lil II BIRTHSI CISUTCHEII At 5 oclock Monday morning July 18 1901 a tenpound boy engaged biard at the home of Mr and Mrs James S Crutcherthis city ThH little fellow has been named William Letcber Crntcher Jr for his paternal grandfather one of the noblest men that walks the soil of Kentucky May this bis first grand child inherit the many sterling quali ties of the happy grandpa may it also reflect in his life the best qualities of his popular faher and may ho also be worthy of his mother who as the beautiful Margaret Chnnault was one of that bevy of beauties that sustained Kentucnys worldwide reputation during tho past declideW KING At the home of Mrs Claude Smith a beautiful girl baby was born on Sunday morning and the proud ynung parents are Mr and Mrs Tom Kingwas formerly Miss Annie Wagers of Irvine Mr Cobb on the Program County Attorney Hon J Tevj Cobb has received programs of the Kentucky County Attorneys Associa tion which will he held at Glasgow thee 28th and 29th of this month Mr Cobb is down for a paper on the Claims Ie gal and Illegal Against the County and other good features are carded for the two clays session A proposition will be broached be fore the body for admission of Countv Judges into membership possibly with a slight alteration of the present organi zation It is probable that this idea will be favorably received by the memo bore The present officers and the pro gram of the meeting are as follows The fficers of the association are ThomasW Thnmas President W 0 Davis Secretary La Vega Clements Treasurer ruooKASi Thursday July 28 Meeting called lo order at 2 pm Report of officers Address followed by discussion Extradition of Criminals W P Kimball Lexington iood RoadsWilliam J Price Dan villeRecent Legislation W 0 Davis Versailles Question Drawer Friday July 29 Called to order at 930 a in Granting Franchises by the County F P ODonnell Maysvllle PIHumphrey County ITevis Cobb Richmond Noon recess Jailed to order at 2 p0in Revenue and Taxation Reform Ja cob Corbett Wickliffe General Discussion Question Drawer Resolutions Election of officersI Miss Lackeys Remarkable JKecoverr Rheuma tism Routed at Last From a hopeless helpless agonizing sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism of the muscles and joints bed fast and beyond tho power of medicine or the physicians skill Miss Lucy Lackey of this city has been transformed into a new Woman free from pain anti as well as I ever was to use her own lan guage to n representative of the CLIMAX who saw her Saturday Then Miss Lackey was freely walking about the yard of her brother Hon James Lackey haying just returned from that fatuous rheumatic cure West Wash iugtpn St Indianapolis Miss Lackey WJIO is deservedly one of the most highly esteemed ladles in this section famous locally for her good works i church and charitable circles asks the CLIMAX In b fialf of suffering humanity to publish a brief statement of her case and its magic cure For many weary weeks Miss Lackey was pinioned to leer bed with excruciat lug pains of the mnilea anti joints ol her body All then medical science 4 f tI J tfi i r t f f LIGHT COATS For the short man tall man small man or extra big fellow Large collection to choose from right in quality and priceVI u c Fine Assortment of White VestsV f Thin Pants i Youll not pant these hot days if you wear our cokL ants The widest variety for your choosingCamlets Tow Linen Crashor Homespun = extra values for your dollars SOcts to Summer ShoesP11-Lighest and softest Vici Kid Vici Calf Patent Kid and Coltskin in both Low Cuts andVShoes of regular height Largest stock in Madison county to select from 150 AND UP U Extra Soft Plow Shoes 125 rJIa i I i COVINGTON AND BANKS t W-Lttm tW4tWt tkttd i1i VuuIVjV 1225034and5 could do wis done to which electricity wa added but all in vain Finally Miss Lackey yielded to the persuasion of City Judge Henry iL Rice himself one of a half dozen Richmond rheu- matICS who have been cured at Indian apolis and she was gotten ready for the journey It was a last resort a forlorn hope and even the staunchest friends here of the Mount Fackson San itarium had their faith in its curative power tested to the utmost in the pres ence of Miss Lackeys extrordinary case Nevertheless they added their per uasion to that of Judge Rice and Misa Lackey turned her eyes toward the Hoosier Capital followed by the prayers anti well wishes of her countless friends At the end of the first weekshe says I was almost fretS from pain thee swelling in my limos was reduced my joints were suple agnin and I knew I was on the road to recovery After two weeks more her rheumatism being unusually stubborn and requiring double time Miss Lackey wits released fully cured if absolute re lease from pain perfect freedom to go appetileeryhody I am well were her ringing words and the CLIMAX carries that joy ous message to stricken humanity The Mount Jackson Sanitarium in a rather unpretentious institution in the western parr Indianapolis conducted by Or Curtis Hollingsworth Unlike Hut Spring Ark Mart ins villa Ind French Licit and other fashionable re sorts Mount Jackson has no music no da icing no society etc anti hence CU4 down is patients expenses to the lot sum of 12 per week baths board ami treatment onethird as much as other resorts charge The chief secret of the wonderful cures is the battery of deep mineral wells on the place 1350 tent deep from which the curative wnters as hitter as gall are pumped tilt boilers arid thence into the brth tniis The treatment is simple pain lefs and pleasantbathes vapor and vvaer masxnging and sweating out the pniionsnf tle system Abundant food aixl comfortable rooms in tho brick lniel are provided and two weokx treatment is usually considered sufficient lor nil ordinary rheumatic cast The Walters School Next Term Begins Tuesday September 6 1904I JAS T BARRETT Prin Richmond Ky William J Bryan The Democratic Convention at St Louis is over and W J Bryan is not dead Before this Convention assem blt1 many of the newspapers through th county and shallow brained politi tiais in the land continued to assert tliH Mr U vain would not abide by the ac HI of the Convention awl would nt vote the ticket nominated by that Contention Mr Bryan went to that C invention with a definite purpose in- viv and to latior fur the same and all 0 his words and every act showed that he WAS struggling for what he believed wv for the uood of his party and for tIe Interest of his country From the fl t word that hespoke to the last ut tfiunce that he made he showed what b wanted ana what he believed would be fthe success of his party and the p nauent good of all the people and r nrther manifested throughout hits wlole course that it he could not have his way hoe was willing to yield in or d r to keep poace in the party In the Committee on Resolutions he made a strung fight and not one of hie liti de are lI 4hamedQ that fight Why it o ild he iiowbrt blamed and abused To contending in that committee for RIII be thought was right and best U nut Air Hill of New York and tx lenIS do the same thing Didnot hiclfl that Committee insist on the gold standard plank being put in the platform and didnt Mr Bryan op 3 1 q I t f 10 II f r rT li jj pose it No one seems to deny Mr Hilts right to do what he didwhy condemn Mr Bryan fur doing what he did Mr Hill may have thought it wits best for the party and the country to have this gold standard plank in Mr Bryan certainly did not think so and 35 of the committee against 15 agreed with him Did not Mr Bryan say in that committee and in that con vention that some things which he had wanted in that platform he had giveIcertainly support the platform what more or expected of himAlter the untimely telegram from Judge Parker was received Mr Bryan acted the part of a manly man anti kept the faith to the end His whole course in that convention was open frank courageous and bold and all lair minded men no matter what their views may be on the propositions he advocated must say that his conduct praiseMrand declaring at the very last that ho would support the even if the gold plalk was in it and it therefore seems that the course pursued by our leading newspaper of this State is very unjust to him and his friends The at tempt to belittle him and to destroy him In the face of what he didat St Louis should not ho countenanced by the Democrats of the State and if this continued abuse of Mr Bryan anti those who supported him is kept up there will be no political harmony in Kentucky W B SMITH Premiums Awarded By the Klrksrille raft Best homemade cheeseMrs T J Curtis premium Mrs D J Simmons certificateBest pounds butterAnnie R Smith p Mrs Leslie Cotton c Best baked hamMrs Jerre Noland Mrs G B Turley Sr Best loaf salt rising bread Miss Nell Potts MrsW P Prewitt Best plate beaten biscuit Mrs G B Turley Jr Miss Nell Potts Best two bottles homemade wineMrs Wire L Hockaday Mrs Mattie Alverson Best gallon ice cream Mrs W A Arbuckle Jr Miss Iva Coy Best gallon pint apple sherbet Mrs T J Curtis Mrs Chas Ballfw Best white cakeMrs Shelby Jett 1st and 2nd Best sponge cakeMrs Mouret Mrs G F Bradley Best chocolate cakeMrs Chas Bal hew Miss Lottie Faris Best white fruit cake Mrs W A Arbuckle Jr Miss Annie Hagan Best black cake Mrs W A Arbuck le Sr Mrs Cbas Curtis Best stallion mare or gelding one year old M F Arbmskle D J Sun monsBest stallion threeyears and under fourDavid Dunn 1st anti 2ad Best stallion fouryears and QerC Cann Eastland Bouts Best phaeton pony under 15 hands rom Bright C C Hooker Best mare or gelding 2 years old and under throe R Woods Best mare or gelding three years old and under fourGeo B Robinson and mith Oldham Best walking mare or gelding an- yageFans MeCord Smith Oldham Best rockaway mare or gelding shown to rockaway Eastland Bonta Cole man James State Rank Trust Co stake 00 Mat Cohen 1st Brock Bros 2nd W L Hockaday 3rd Geo B Robinson 4th Consolation E L Parker 1st Harbison Jewell Patterson 2nd David Dunn 3rd Speed ringThe fastest mare or geld InC C Hooker Eastland Bunts heat boy rider under 11 years old Charley Dunn Clwrley Duerson Best combined mare or gelding any age Smith Oldham Tom Bright Best lady rider Miss Lyda Duerson Miss Hattie Arbucfie heat mule colt either sex Chas Ballew 1st and 2nd Best mule one year old and under twoT J Curtis AJSon B Ramsey Jr c IithreeTJCurtisSonBest mule three old and under lour T Curtis Son 1st and 2nd Best pair muh any RjeBlo Skivin T J Curtis Son Best mule any agaT J Curtis ic Son B F Slavin Best mare and colt either sexJ D Harris W A Arbuckle Jr Best colt mare or gelding 51 Arbuckle 1st and 2ndrBest mare or gelding four years old and overBrock Bro R E Moreiaud gekiiucgaItBest harness mare 4 years old atidVovorE C Ward Coleman Jones Boat barnessgelding 4 years and over Eastland Bouts Coleman James Best colt regardless of sex under yrM F Arbuckle Jr 1st M F Arbuckle 2nd J D Harris Coleman James Eastland Boots girl baby under one year old Margaret Lucille Dunn Handsomest baby 1 year old andVunder 2Nannie Chenault EvansVBest mare or gelding 2years old and underlet F Arbuckle Eastland mare or gelding 3 years and Walker E C Ward Best stallion mare or gelding W L Hockaday M F Arbuckle Best saddle stallion 3 and under 4 David Dunn 1st and 2nd Best stallion 4 years old and overVHockadayBest of acx color or Coleman James R E MorelandVrnareorge1dinanyaseC mall JamesVModel stallion mare or gehiing shown to halter R R Moroland Brock BrosVFancy turnout fr road purposes Chas Curtis Lewis FeelVFastest mule five time around the SleepherdBest mare or gelding 4 years old ami over K C Ward Kostland Bonta Vf MONSTER JULY MLE Nevery in the history of this stores sensational sale have we presented such jeViJ tempting values for the moneywise women of Richmond and vicinity This r sale means that our stock must b- eReduceda at Once EVl1m tiVIt means the lowest prices ever given on wellbought merchandise It means tI that our modest prices have been deeply cut into It means that you should at LE tend this sale every day No manufacturers costs off but our closely bought 1FftJ iiIstock 8 8 Cut to the Quick in Prices 0irJ W lQt LDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS FV 3rdVHandsomest underRobt ownership Purses Belts Readymade Waists Wrappers Muslin Underwear IEI White Goods Lawns Suitings Ginghanis Summer Corsets Baby tIE Caps Fans Bonnets Silk Gloves Handkcrchiefs Fancy Ribbons Silk oline Dusters Shirt Waist Suitings Gems UnderwearV J t I Vj t4fM r tjK r 9 g 2 jt fI oiV 5V f a A Ai i i A A A A R A A 1 JZt nv rt 1o IL4Jo 4f1 Y mi i r 4 V or K t tit 0 J 5t st r I s iiE tr oi Si r o e 1 I DAY EVERY DAY AT W W t CEI i t sse i3 1 t 1 r P f5 tr I fle I y r a1rrrr Mi w k J vC r + r 1Ar ZavinE J t 3ofrT 7FIE A complete close out of Summer Goods Note the prices offered and be sure you get the goods just as advertised downlBut SILKII Black Silk former price 2 reduced 1 09 Black TaftVta 81JO quality 1 15 il Black Taftotn vrt ir guaranteed X125 value 90 SilKs iu iilaeks and colors former price S5e tolreduced to 75 Wash Silks all Clorso ti 43 Dress Goods Black Dress Goods 54 inwide 00 quality at 1 15 T laek and Colored Dress Goods Etomines Crepe de Thene Voiles Sicilians etc 90c to 125 values at 75 7i ami SH quality Dress Goods all kinds reduced to 75 alads in all colors Crepe effects nnd Novelty Si iUnjjs regular price 50c now i9- A htlltment of good values at from 25 to 35c black and colors at 20 2 9acMercerized Waiutings in white and odors 65 to 85c now 55 Mercerized white and colored Waistingshhams Lawn sMadras etc 35 to 50c values o at 25 A variety of white and colored Oxfords MadrnsIGin hams Lawns 2Sc quality slow 19 AlIt to 22c Wash Goods reduced to 12t 10 to 12c Madras Ginghams and Lawns reduced to Sl 11ou Li 5to6e 64 u U 4 Good Calico 4 Remnant at any Price to Close Bleach Cotton 45 G 7 and Se Rest Brown Cotton 05e94 and 104 Shirting IS to 23c Heavy Ck Sheeting r 5to7e Lace te J c ydand upr ydIAn Honest fRcductionP IOn Honest lUcrcballdiscj 1 7I l ffi 7I7I7I ll 7117A 7I 7I 7f FOR EVERYBODY One Price A Clean Up Price on all Goods 2YjI BEGINNING E RDJUNE 5 th I And Continuing Through the Entire Mouth of July we will sell any thing in our house in Summer Goods at greatly reduced prices and some for less than WHOLESALE PRICES THIS IS NO FAKE SALEtzO 04 O0 OO JOOOv t The Reason Why e 0 PPs t and merchandise rediculously get the I CLOTHING HATS ANDI are also this up Sale that we may offer you the next season The Greatest Carpet Matting and Rug Brussels Carpets former price 75 and 85c yd reduced to GOc Rest All wool Carpets regular price Go to 85 Clean up Price 55c Allwool Carpets beautiful designs 50 and GOgr quality for 42c 25 and 35c Granite Carpets 230 Large line neat patterns best Cotton Stnuv Matting 20c Good Cotton Straw Matting former price 20 and 22c t now 17c We need money are willing to sacrifice good honest at low prices to it While making these low prices on Summer Goods we have also hewed profit from staple stuffs ofall kinds t SHOES 4hII in Clean newest things affair ever seen in this city Dont Miss These Bargains Dont Let Your Neighbors Miss Them CARPETSGood Matting 9e f = Large line MoquetRugs 3Qx72 foumor price 4 nor 2 98 Large stock lqnet Rugs 5E0r regular price 3l 98 An assortment of Rugs ranging in pricu from Sioat USe to S2 00 Lace Curtains 42 to 3 98 per PairI + ffi I++ HOI t Good Goods at CLEAN UP PRIeRS I Iyoutised Irsatiiactiorilto jC- A IClean Up Prices on r Mens and Boy- sCLOTHING 9 aqweightlarge number of Odd Suits to close out WATCH OUR PRICES 12 50 and 15 00 Suits 8 50 10 00 7 50 t8 50 5 48 IIJ rBoysHATS tJ rtoMensMFur Hats all prices 9Se up Boys Hats and 9 to 98c CDCleanShoe prices1 25 Ladies 11S90 175 25 225 105 190L110 78 125 Ladle s Shoes gp 175 1i jo225 11 1652 50 1 3 00 90I I7 dr 1 o pocketIIr The Hustling Cash Store The Money Saving Store 4 k2J r C t mt II f Il 1 wrr1 Ge na 4t a Ii-r i r- tA eQfsr d Iba 4 u torrilk r veE t 4 S i Cfor Main and Firstv StreetsRichmond Kentucky ltIi 1iu I o v JfV v FN tf tw i t4 j I II a C y aalw1 10 J ti c 0 o nL1o c o 00o n f U s 0 c Jo a c r 1 1 k AI4onr 1 ij l ash t Ina Il rt a- rs L y t DAY EVERY DAY AT it j t J r 4 i tLlw l i6b C4 f TORt- o 1 r 0C t 1rC r to r Hl m Ty i i Pw jrIpfB a l1 l t I r 1 TF7Fm 7Jf 1h Ih 7WII him BAh A A MImEt to su tIC tli ten 3VIflt- tof I i i i- lac ta F7r ffi- t A complete close out of Summer Goods Note the prices offered and be sure you get the goods just as advertised downlBut1 SILK1 yd wide Black Silk former price S2 reduced 1 GO 1 yd wide Black Taffeta 8150 quality IIp 1 yd wide IJlack Taffeta we tr guaranteed 125 value 90 Silks in Blacks and colors former price 85c to Si reduced to 75- WashSilks all colors 43 Dress GoodsBl- ack Dress Goods 54inwide 8150 quality at 1 15 Blank and Colored Dress Goods Etomines Crepe de Chone Voiles Sicilians etc 90c to 125 values at 75 7and Sic quality Dress Goods all kinds reduced to 75 Plain Gtxxls in all colors Crepe effects and Novelty Suitings regular price 50et now 39 An assortment of good values at from 25 to 35c black and colors at 20 25c Suitings ju Mercerized Waistings in white and colors 05 to 85cI now 55 Ginghams 25 A variety of white and colored Oxfords Madras Ginghams Lawps 25c quality now 19 till 15 too Wash Goods redueed to 12i 10 to 12ic Madras Ginghams and Lawns reduced to Si- 7i toOc t tl t 6 5 to 61ctt u 4 GoodCalico 4 Remnants at any Price to Close Bleach Cotton 4 5 G 7 and Se Rest Brown Cotton 5c 94 and 104 Shirting 18 to 23c Heavy Ck Sheeting 5to7c Lace Icydandupr Hamburgs 2c yd An Honest On Honest lUerchandiseJ s AAAA AA A 7A AAAAA 7I AA = F 7F m FOR EVERYBODY One Price A Clean Up Price on all Goods I Ifm 7r 0 F 71 71 ffi 711 F7 7 I BEGINNING VJUNE 25thq- qd Continuing Through the Entire Month of July we will sell any thing in our house in Summer Goods at greatly reduced prices ands less than WHOLESALE PRICES ITHIS IS NO FAKE SALEe t2 o The Reason Why o eee p2 t2 SS S We need money good honest prices While prices Goods hewed profit staple stuffs kinds H CLOTHING HATS AND 1 11 in Clean up Sale that we offer newest season I Greatest Carpet Matting Brussels Carpets price 75 and Soc yd to COc Rest All wool Carpets regular 05 to 85 Clean up Price 55c Allwool designs 50 T50e quality for 42c 25 and 35c Ctir1petsl23c line neat patterns best Matting 20c Good Straw Matting 20 and 23c now 17c and are willing to sacrifice merchandise at rediculously low to get it making these on Summer we have the from of all SHOES are also this may you the things next The and Rug former reduced price and Granite Large Cotton Cotton former price low also affair e cityDontDont Let Neighbors Them L CARPETS H CallCtsbmtiful Good Matting 9ic j J Large line Moquet Rugs 30x72 former price 4 Jf w2 98 Large stock Moquet Rugs 28x60 regular pIicJ3198 A assortment of Rugs ranging i 11ricefro I 125 to 2 50 now go atQSctoS200 x Lace Curtains 42 toS38pei pair r C ili I7Fmm m7l7I mmm7lffi Good Goods atgID CLEAN UP PRICES v I F 7F71 7f 7F ffi71 7 71 7F I I I7F 7r for SLav Your Miss be sure you make no mistake 1dsl Iwill find goods just as adver tised ste sn r A pieofs1atisfactionI to each customer on any article bought n r Lat our Cleanup Sale J= lmttttttt ALrClean Up Prices ontMens and Boys t CLOTHINGtG A large assortment of full Suits in medium and summer jfQ t AlargeWATCH OUR PRICES 12 50 and 15 00 Suits 8 50 10 00 7 50 t5 50 5 4s IJJ 305Boys r4 50 l HATS tJ tlMens75cFur M Caps 9 to 9Sc Cleanu- pShoe prices1 25 Ladies Oxfords 90 1 75H 1 25 2 55tt u 165 250tt H 1 90 1 25 Misses Oxfords 90 1 10 a 8 i 1 25 Ladies Shoes no 75H tl 1 o0 2 85 t 1652 50 tt 1003 00tt T r a to Dem6c i cannot en ntn R A complete line of Notions too numerous to mention also at clean out s PPstlve iE i yourpocketTheJ- ed to annaa- edeeU f ua a C jn awoty an to party orited to afi Woo End P tar JnnerheofDtg c horiied o indldate for Jfi toihotctlou L Ior rl Jailer nf 4 J ctlon of the I liiiuil 1t iritrd toinnoiri AtI ft m ie 1 CAndidate for tft to the action t r tborized to at anddlate tot f I t to the action ft UHTT I BUPBHky r- Tc r orUedto tnaS tale fur adt connd- thortud Democratic parit4 to an candidate tor y UotUadlton c t to the Democratic it l itborlzed to j spi ndtdate for 1Ixy FOB AB9E8- Ic horlted to Precinct to the action a caP ovt eon Main and First Streetsthe Hied to anno X Richmond Kentucky y JB action of the tAcrtted to a fit Meat c ttdlJU to tfao for met i L I meX iI can ldatetoo tiXIi H 11 l i k t 0 11ii iin II i9aeL r t- ir j t9y