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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iii 1I i t t F 1 1 THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 4c j 1 = == =I IIOLIIME 3LRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1904 NUMBER 14 == 11 II PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FIRST 1I F7IF7I 1 ffimffi m7I m The Hustliqg Cash Store 1 x Fffi v JI f 1 t i t f f it BARGAINS f ffi F 71 f ILACKEY AND HAMILTON I4 t W I Im7171 7I7171 I 717F 171 71 7 ++++ CALL AT ++ JONES JIERSHONS SALOONPARLORWHEN Mlest and most refreshing- i f drinks that can be found I in the city are dispensed by uptoate and aceommo idation Ofnulae Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St 6 On the Teeth Depends the condition of the general health Removing or filling decayed teeth moans the removal of the cause of mIn disease The skillful applica tio- i DENISTRY 6 J his not only relieved pain but pro longed life Solid Gold Tooth 5 50 Gold Fills 1 fiO Amalgam Fills 75 Teeth Extracted 5 All our work fully gunrantfudWm give HNligftmtion u dr sla HIPS H Hobson Dentist dVe Kentucky =NEW YOR- KCLIPPERTHE GREATEST OIS SHOW PAPER THE WORLDI 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cts ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE PRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd BR7WLHYOLL =4c1 cai- t Diamonds C Watches r v cCutglass ir All kinds of Jewelry iJandPreciousStones rf These are sotna of the thingsto be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clocl refuse tn- t A fo take them to Lane he will fix them II your ring needs resettlnc take it to Lanes hell fix that too I If yon want anything that can be found in a first class Jewelry ebtabliBhrn Mit RO to Lanes He is well fixed c in these kind of articles o V LELane- c Jewckr and Optician 0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS rN MILLER ATTOBNKTATLAW RICHMOND KBJJTOOZT Office n the Burnam Building next door to aimers National Bank feb3ly SULLtV AN JA ATTORNEYATLA- WBICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery ACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY iffice IB tht Dr Hobson building MiinStrcct DENTAL SURGERY tn O8XtOXTt tt QnSQt DNvIeT op LODI9TILLE KT- 43Offlco next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office h ursDto 121 to 4 npvl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST 7Offlce iu Bennett Unilding tlanly TELEPHONE 196 Eo 0 Vance DO MrsEOYaoccDO Osteopathic Physicians Jlobaou Building Literature furnished ou application CONSULTATION FREE graduates Southern School otOstheopathy Bier lie bile Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Bit Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale nnd are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned aro 9000 busheLs of coal at 9 cts per bushel full line of groceries and other mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOcts per lb and up calico 5c work shirts 25 to SOc ready made garments latest fnsliIonH We also have meal flour corn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length for Rale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can nfftr things at such low prices We pay rash for all kind nf produce Give usa call 22Jnne Bin OLD JOB WHISKY Band made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style matfu facture Io- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 u bottles S5 I juis 250 5 4 bottles 3 New Whisky S18Q per gallon Orders promptly filledi WIIJEYSfARGY Pro p DJd Joe DWillery Mora3 el Mv7 AD44r ICY Good Clean Itfs 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 will get a load of satisfac tion everytime you buy a load of coal from us Callor Telephone Dttyvi11a Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr Telephone J84- VIo nd lard1J Den Avoir DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Sept 14 1904 to For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage and all kinds of toilet re uisiteB call on Mrs Alice Jones nej door to Piggs grocery on Main stree Oai1 BLACKDRAUGHT STOCK and POULTRYMEDICINE Stock and p ultry have few froublei which are not bowel and liver irregllarit1PL Black Draught Stock JUdi cine is a wel and liver remedy for stock It paU the of digestion in a i condition Prominent American breeders and fanners keep their herds and flocks licalihy by tving them an occa lional dOg of BhickDraiicht Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food stock ra5r maybUI 2 cent haifpol1ndIl Iti ht can of this medicine rom his dealer Bd keep his stock in vigorous Dealers lirkeepDlackDraughtSlock does and not Poultry send 25 cents for A namnl The can to the manufacturers Chattanooga Medicino Co Chat tsooga = ROCIIELLE OA lS l lwStock 4 Fjultrf jb4iei e iOursiwld looking bIw11 yea na JiM 4 medicine W1I1f IEIOdDO T1sre01 JICtP Ooar7 12r Big Circus not Here Until FOR 33 YEARS WE HAVE KEPT PACE WITH QUA COUNTRYS GROWTH THE ORANDlV GREATEST ADAM fOREPAUGH SELLS BROSI MOST WILD BEAST WCIN6 ON EARTH A union ot each millionaire magnitude mogul licence and merltas to plant Jtn mighty loot upon the very pinnacle of Popularity and Suceexa In Madlaon Square Gtrtlrd lew York City A1twow there you will we It here with Even Greater Feature Feat Forthcoming Eicti and all xrlunlrely exhibited by It and every one pro rntrd just promised wondrounly mid excep tionally Including PRODIGIOUS PORTHOS The Miraculous ChasmVaulting Cyclist who executes iflyinjt liirycltt D City left In midair The niitniitaueouitKnpnniv uml heroically neuHntlonftl CariBlan hit now lot the lint ea lu tITE AURORA ZOUAVES Champion Martial Masters ot the World by Europe Military Marti nncqaaled Baluted by our own t Iolntcrs as allcnrponlng In the only altogether new FllRtaudmlvappeftraureLA FAMILLE LECUSSON eqnwtrtan act KTU In any lo moro than fifty farorhtroOn the way to the Grand Prix Ran PcircUli ayc L C N E Tho Oyo1o ParadoxThe Monumental Mystery of Circling Motion Seen nurtiumanly waling on hIs wild wizard wheel the aboluUly perpeudleulariddeol The Devils Chimney SUPREME LIMIT OF SINSATIOHALNOVELTyt IIFHE J OHDBEUEFJUTJTI APOSITIVE I FA Ti TROUPEfromOf Nine Hungarian Magyar Dancing Acrobats and Melodists The moot mysterious races matter feats ot atranKeljr BtitugUi skill avid weird grace and harmony In Its niammothilouble With other a Ingle prcImenbePole Disco erers feature iyouThe Greatly Original Equllibrlstlc Juggling Equestrian holle mighty merry Dog and Sulky act whose Itienomennl Park Cart Juggling art are the moat amatlng and amusing of orrclc features WorldTHEIto three ring elevated stage aerial arena and coliseum race cnurrc presenting In a hundred champion rirnlrlrn arid rereln an nbnolntely complete Equestrian Circus Acrobatic COrn Midair Cirrus Military Cirrus lllcjfle area Clown Circus Track Clime Elephant Wild Bcat Animal and Home Show Circus the Roman HIppodrome ot Nero day the only Forrpaugh Dancing Elephant the only Sells Brothers Soldier Elephant hugest combined herds of their kind with heaiU full of wisdom and trunk full of tricks a renl Worlds Fair ot Steeds of every strain which In numbers beauty and Intelligence outshine all fashionable Blue Ribbon Home Shows ITS ORIENTAL AND MILITARY PACEANT Is the Finest Free Street Display Old Glory ever floaterevr TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY RAIN OR SHINE IN NEW PROCESS WATEHPROOF TENTS ADMISSION SOC CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS 25C Door Open at and 11 M for the Menageries and Grand Promenade Contrite by Merrlcks Splendid Military Hand Arrnle dlnplaya 1 hour later On exhibition day Numbered Coupon actually Reserved Stout may be secured at the regular prices at Big Circus not HereUNTIL Sept 21 l LR BLANTON DEALER IN Goal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetspr lyrPhone 85 1IBALlS Paint ProtectionT- hepractical painter says when your house is covered with Pattons SUNPROOFPaint and the paint coy ered by a 5 year guaranty you have the best possible protection to your house and purse ration or SunProof Paint protects preserves and beautifies MaTTe of tmrtst vigiivents and oil hJ1lst the ri t proportions of zinc a ul lat pttons secret formula It withstands sun and rain heat and cold twice as long as hand made paint Guar lasts tr f long anld t war well for fi yearsuuaIIv Scud for book of Paint Knowledge free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St MUwaukce Wit Geo M Waiging209 W Main st next to Madison Nat Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewe Renews the hair makes It new again restores thefreshness Just what you need If Your hair is faded orturnlnggray f ritalways restores the color Stops falling hair alsogl ftgraflet t oo EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY ncoaozATD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and communication with h I people of thts greatsection of the country We s ttcltyjour patronage Rats reaoiK aWe EqulpRMRis sad faottttM uirpassed CrOft 0i a R SUPPORT scorrs iuuioiabridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until It can find firm support In ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT a BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York 5otiandfioo all druggists Kentucky State News Items RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS Will Test the Law Exempting Them From Taxation Lexington Ky Aug 17 Sheriff J T Wllkerson of this county has filed a suit agaist the trustees of Hamilton college by which he proposes to test the law exempting educational Institu tions of a denominational character from taxation The amount of taxes sued for with penalty Is tO and Is based on the yearly assessments upon property valued at 75000 from 1899 to the present The result of the suit will have a farreaching effect upon similar institutions in the state WILLFUL MURDER That Was the Verdict Returned In the Infirmary Case LoulsVllle Ky Aug 17 Willful murder was the verdict of the coron era Inquest Tuesday morning Into tha death of Francis J Hagan Friday at the Gray street infirmary from pistol wounds inflicted by John R T Bar bour Frank P Strauss represented Barbour E C Bohne cashier of the Third national bank and Samuel Cas sedy president of the Bank of Com merce testified that Barbour opened fire without warning and that Hagan offered no defense- CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE A Farmer Pretty Daughter Attempt ed Suicide Hopklnsville Ky Aug 17MIss Nell Clark aged 23 the protty daugh ter of Joss Clark a prominent farmer attempted suicide Tuesday by swal lowing corrosive sublimate She was desperate over discovering that she had forged cheeks amounting to 580 on Walter D Bowles a wealthy young Orofton citizen She returned the money and claimed he had authorized her to draw checks Physicians say she can not recover- Governor Still at Wlckland Frankfort Ky Aug 17 Thero be- Ing no urgent business in the execu tive department requiring his atten tion Gor Beckham Tuesday notified Secretary Leigh that he would not re turn to the capital Wednesday as ha expected to but would remain at his country home Wickland for a few days Druggists War la On Newport Ky Aug 17At a meet lag of the Campbell County Druggists association here It was decided it is said la view of the cutrate war that is now going on among thedruggista of Bellevue and Dayton Ky to rule these two cities out of the local asso ciation W N Beaumont Dead Madlsonvllle Ky Aug 17W N Beaumont an old and widely known tobacconist and exconfederato soldier died at his home in Nebo this county after an Illness of three days Ho was 81 years of age Interment took place in this city Tuesday afternoon Death Prevented Pleasure Trip Newport Ky Aug 17Robt Burns Lodge F and A 11 will have charge of the funeral of WilUam Alexander The deceased was ready to accompany the Newport delegation to the triennial Knight Templar conclave at San Francisco when stricken Boy Is Drowned In the River Milton Ky Aug 17 Harpld Luck ett the 14yearold son of L PLuck ett was drowned In the Ohio river while In bathing with another lad He could not swim and got into water that was too deep for him The body was recovered Died Suddenly Covlngton Ky Aug 17 Benjamin Staggenborg 61 a resident of Central Covington during the last 33 years died suddenly at his home in Pleasant street At tho time ot his death ho was superintendent ot public works in his town Elegant Home For Sale J will offer for sale privately the home formerly occupied by James Tevis deceased situated near the L N B R depot in Richmond Ky Said place contains 5 12 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of eight rooms in firstclass repair good cistern and all necessary out buildings good orchard and thing to make it a desirable place of to examine the property the undcrsigncdwUltllJt pleasure in showing sam- eHRTEVIS 25m Vtf BICHMONDKY Public Sale 1 will offer for eale publicly my farm sltnatiJG miles from Richmond on the Barnes Mill pike on Sattirday Sept 3 Q4 at ID Pckxk am The farm consists of 167 acres 40 acres for corn and tobacco1 JO acres Iii wheAt and the balance xras G Grist MIIl2c llatrdcalvMjivearI- IIKbeifers brood Bmresj I good i horse 5111 hMgjfy 5 sews aiiil- farmiug l tll iiouaeiiold acl ktchn fnrnitureCIf not iilde above dale iwill Ja forth yr1t1For fu rb c lrjieUoii j J C BRONS- TOHMrvc i i j v Success Clothing IS BUT ANOTHER NAME FOR I 1 b SCHLOSS CLOTHING It islithe kind that helps you along in the world tt and is ever considerate of your pocket book i 4e Come to our Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Woolens the worlds choicest weavesconstituting many hundred patterns of smart fabrids from the great Tailoring House of Schloss tOros Ur Co = djaltimore whose expert Cutter and Fitter will be here September 5th and 6th totake your measure and advise you as to what cloth and cut will DC most becoming to you Remember the dates 0 September 5 and 6 W D OLDHflM GORICHMOND KENTUCKY ESTILL SPRINGS r Gives you almost at your door all the REAL advantages to be derived from far more costly summer resorts thousands of miles away It offers Most Beautiful Scenery Refreshing and Medicinal Waters ISulphur Baths The Best of Cooks Finest Ball Room in the State Splendid Music t 31 and the society of the most charming people in Kentucky and adjoining States The season is now at its height SEPTEMBER is coming to be one of the most popular months at theISprings Special rates are made after September first and more and more guests avail themselves of this each year For further information address THE ESTILL SPRINGS CO 4 INCORPORATED Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Hank Trust Co or by writing 27 j tf T D Telephone SV50M For Rubber Stamps call at this office neat Bargains We have two Land made buggies costing 125 each which will now be offered at O each This is an oppor tunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works SOmtf S L Midklff Prop W IManagerD W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND 1 REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction GuarautedIRICHMOND KY t t tt j ELDERS jKI 3 BARGIN STOREo i t 1 s Warm Weather SuggestsIt mqlrthe necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as are made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevail throughout this A moneysavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here IGinghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with e fabrics as this store is famous for Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids fchecifs and stripes at special price per yard lOc 6Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12ic grade lOc We are showing beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etctin all colors 5e up Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Jacard J Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen 7i to 25coO Bo and Girls Stockings Specials 40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stock vs high spliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 01 jugs the Iron kind 2tbreat real Maco 2x2 ribbed i worth 5c at 15cpalr 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings wear dOtible heel and toes made of servfceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at ilc per air fiIS Mrtttnia 10 Mandate yard Carpets 12Jc to SI 25 yard See our stock of Rugs Oil Cloth 20 to 75c vd fmareBhowinc tho prettiest of Mens Suits at SI OSlo S10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Suita il11 S Knle suits Si toi Mens Shirts sn toSl Straw Hat men and loyu f 8 JOe up to SI 25 AJtoU ot Notions complete Lace CurtAins a beautiful 1119 to select from tlc to pair Poles Sand lOe Stock comiblete Bra 8S extensiOn rods 8 10 ml100 New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to 48c Pants 4Qc Gowns 48cj Skirts We Ask to ee them Ladies Walking and Drees Skirts 125 to J 8 76 They ale lellIties I MILLINERY 11 beautiful styles The smartest creations of the s ason are here and at surprisingly Low Price6AMore Shirt Waist Hati the mosbcztuti1uI stylei at 1 to 2 8 Hundreds of beautiful Irirnmnd hats ready for ked atepccla1 Low 1rices to suit allpltrses h1drens Sctloolind Dresa Hats Flowyourchoosinltm dOB See Bleached Pillow Casea r size and fine qnalitc choice wearing quali c L ersoJ ties 124 everv Lathes and goats lIaudksrciiiefa5 ii 10 antI 16e Parasols 40c to IM Corsets 25c to SI 50 all prices Picture me8 5 10 182529 and 49c WebAve just received aboutandJIrA fhOfl Slippers ictltreg from 5o up to 25c eachDo w t toil to see them We have only a few Ja dineres left at CJ3139and4Ocf d Rnfr6iJ S ih T h N ft uC EVEId4J1I i I l I THE RICHMOND tLMAX If I 4 = I VOLUME p 31 RICHMOND r MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1904 DUMBER 14 ilI I PHONE BOIEC WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FIRST I li rl m ffi7l71 ffi71 ffi mffiffi E The Hustling Gosh Store I x F+ ffi Ie + t 1 h1 i9 1j BARGAINS i+ +r rie 1- v y L TL r t ffi E LACKEY AND HAMILTON Et 7 7fE I 2r T7I 7 + + ++ CALL AT ++J JONES MERSIIONS SALOON PARLOR I WHEN IN TOWN c lest and most refreshing I f drinks that can be foundI- I the city are dispensed y upto iate and accommo ltlOn- flcnuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssss Phi me 3 Second St On the Teeth Depends I Hie coiiilition of the general health g Rn iving or filling decayed teeth mans the removal of the cause of npplicaIjof DENISTRY tr profe e tiold Fills 1 50 n j Amalgam FillsH 75 f Jleeth Kxtraote1 25 All our work fully gunmntfed Will givo HHtisfaction udoor clrcum stI1 tVH Hobson Dentist RiIn1 KlIllIck NEW YOR- KCLIPPERi 18 THE GREATEST THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER- IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cts JSSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE I FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd u I0RIE PUBLISHERS IiIL LL 4TW5TIlSTXWYOBL i = Diamonds c Watches I Cocks Cutgasskc Jewelry fit 1and Stones rvery description I These are fiorao of the things to be found at Lano s Jewelry Store If your watch or ClOd refuse to take them to Lane ne fix them Ifyourrinj cgo resetting take it to I hell fix that too If you want anything that can be found In a first class 1Jewelry ebtabllshnnNjt go r to Lanes He is well fixed r ill these kind of ari- lcleLELanec c Jeweler and Optician l PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS R N MILLER ATTOBHETATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office n the Burnam Building next door to urmers National Bank febSly A SULLJV AllJ ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street I 0 D M OHENAULTA- TTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTOENEY8 AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKYO- ffice In John Bennetts old Uw office over Perry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY flice in tb Dr Hobson building MainStreet DENTAL SURGERY tT aette Consot DENTIST OP LODISVIUU KY 43OfHce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 noTl7ly VM Blanton DENTIST a3Offlce lii Bennett Building Ilanhr TELEPHONE 196 E O Vance IL 0 MrsEOYance DO Osteopathic Physicians Hobsou Uuilding Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREe Graduates Southern School ofOstheopathy Bigrbe 5ale Mr S S Carrier and son who cot duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having ad immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low Some items mentioned are 9000 bushelR of coal at 0 cts per bushel full line of groceries and other mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOcts per lb and up calico 5c work shirts 2iJto 50e ready made garments latest Ifanhioiw Wo also have meal flour corn feed hay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posta any length for sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rout to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can nflVr thines at such low prices Wo pay cash for all kind of produce Give us a call 22Jnne Gm OLD JOE WHISKY Band made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purpose You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs tOO per gallon 10 bottles 55 jugs 250 5 bottles 3 New Wbiskylaoper gallon Orders promptly filled WII5T3Y BBARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj e- rpy1 Andr i1 yi y- a GoodClean Its a long way from the coal mines to the coal bin And its along way from getting whet you want when you have to pay for screening You will get a load of satisfac tion everytime you buy a loadof coal from us Callor Telephone Battyvi1Ic O1 Co D R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 We and Yards tx Amvf DR LAtfDMAN- rHpfSl Glyndon Wednesday Sept 14 lOOt For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage uuil all kinds of toilet req nisites call on Mrs Alice Jones nex door to Iiggs grocery on Main street 20alf BLACK DRAUGHT STOCK and POULTRYMEDiCINE Stock loud p ultry have few tronlles which are not bowel and BlackliTer Draught Stock and Mrfi is a bowel and liver remedy for stock It pots the of condition P minentAmencanbreederaandS farmers keep their healthy byg ving them an occa lIional dose of Blackthuht Stock and Poultry Medicine m their food itock raiser mat buy a 2cent hirpo airtight can of this niedcine from hIS dealer and keep his in Vigorous health weeks Dealers ener lackDrtlulht Stocc and ally keep doesMedicine itPoultry not send 25 cents for a sample can to tho manufacturers The Cliattanoiza Medicine Co Chat Unooga Tenu- RocnLLE Os 4 1902 BlackDrsugtlt Stock tPultry Is tha best I erid Our stock wg1ookIngbV4 ccben you int the medicine sad now theyire gotttng 80 tIne They are looking PC I bMterI P BOCI1 IWlOIf I r II Big Circus not Here Until FOR 33 YEARS WE HAVE KEPT PACE WITH OUR COUNTRYS GROWTH THE QRANDIV GREATEST ADAM FOREPAUGH SElLS BROSI MOST WILD BEAST ABEN1C EARTh mngnllrenretile very pinnacle of Popularity and Succe a In MadlMin Square Garden New York City ie It there you now Kill fff It here with Even Greater Feature Feats Forthcoming Each and all rxoliiKlveljr exhibited by It and every one prr ptIonllllyPRODIGIOUS PORTHOS Ills Miraculous ChatmVaulttng Cyclist who execute allying Mrycle ap of lilty fret lu mMair Ihe nxtantanrouH HUpremeaml heroically neniuitlonal ParMan Lit now for the flrat time Been In tfnhrfr 7niiiiirnThtChimionMartiiM teroMh World raE AURORA Military lUrtl netaA Lll oneqnaledSaluted by our own U U vmt Pointers as aUurpa lng In the only altogether new FItandnnlyallarnnt8LA FAMILLE LECUSSON equestrian act Been many I11tTiaorltecc jE M lao Oyolo cxncicIThe Monumental Mystery ot Circling Motion Seen nnp rhumanly Dealing on hi wild wizard wheel the abiinlutely perirnillcular side of The Devils Chimnjj OFSKN3ATIONALNOYELTYI I IL I tJIfTt1E VERITABLE CAPSHEAF OF HAZARDOUS EXPLOITSJ1 sTHoaaioet uiHcaciNnNY from Flrstanywherenway brine appearance of THE SZARVASI FRENCZ TROUPE 01 Nine Hungarian Magyar Dancing Acrobats and Melodists The mOst mysterious races master feats ol strangely mundrouit HtrviiRtU skill and weird grace and uarmuny tnpleUdbe exploited as Ieal Pole DiscoverersWe Have 14 Ferocious SnowWhit Arctic Terrors feature EjTotr JCt K1W JL 9The Greatly Original Equilibristlc Juggling Equestrian irhoee mighty merry Dog and Sulky act whose phenomenal lark Cart J ulI1I01 act nre the most amailns and amusing ol arenlc features theWoridIIts three rings elevated Bta es aerial arena and collxeum riwe course presenting In a hundred chamiilon rivalries and nvelx aa absolutely complete Equestrian Cirrus Acrobatic CrcnaMldalr Circus Military Orcun Blcyle Circus Clown Circus Track Circus Elephant Wild Beast Animal VandnllHItJhnnthead lull of wisdom and trunk full ot tricks a real World a Fair of Steeds of every strain which In numbers beauty and Intelligence outshine all fashionable Blue Ribbon Korea Shows ITS ORIENTAL AND MILITARY PAGEANTIs the Finest Free Street Display Old Glory ever floated JTW TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY RAIN OR SHINE IN NEW PROCESS WATERPROOF TENTS ADMISSION SOC CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS 25C Door Open at and 7 P M for the Menageries and Grand Promenade Concerts by Merrick Splendid Military land Arenlc dl play 1 hour later On exhibition day Numbered Coupon actually Ilexerved Seats may be secured at the regular prices at Big Circus not Here UNTIL DEALER IN Salt Hair Etc Corner Main and B 85 IIIBALCS SEPT Sept 21 L1H BLANTON Coal Feed Sand Lime Cement Plaster Streetsapr3011Phone Paint Protection Tlzej5raclicalftainersayswhen ered with S Pattons I SUNPROOF Paint and the paint cov ered by a 5 year guaranty have the best possible protection to your house and purse 1 1I Patton SunProof Paint protects preserves and beautifies Ma Te ot iiirtst pigments end oil proportions of zinc lcal Iattons secret formula It sun and rain heat and cold twice as long as hand made paint Guar antfcl t wear well for five yearsusually liiststwice long Send for book of Taint Knowledge Sad free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St MilwAukee WIs Geo M li illgiiig209 W Main st next to Madison Natl Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer Renews the hair makes It new againrestores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded or turning gray for it always restores the color Stops Fallm hair alsoouu lEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY xcoaozAuD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk aUmo t anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee MicsIseliKtl and Louisiana W can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with th people of this great section ofthe country We solicit yourpatronage Rates reason able Eclulpments ana facUWee unsurpassed UDWCIL SIM1a 0- a 1J CA 11JT Y i SUPPORT SCOTTS EMULSION saves as bridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until It can find linn support In ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 407415 Pearl Street New York Sac and 100 all druggists 6 w Kentucky State News Items RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS Will Test the Law Exempting Them From Taxation Lexington Ky Aug 17 Sheriff 1 T Wllkerson of this county has filed a suit assist the trustees of Hamilton college by which he proposes to test the law exempting educational Institu tions of a denominational character from taxation The amount of taxes sued for with penalty Is 40 and Is based on the yearly assessments upon property valued at 76000 from 1899 to the present The result of the suit wilt have a farreaching effect upon similar Institutions in the state WILLFUL MURDER That Was the Verdict Returned In the Infirmary Case Louisville Ky Aug 17 Willful murder was the verdict of the coron ers Inquest Tuesday morning into tha death of Francis J Hagan Friday at the Gray street Infirmary from pistol wounds inflicted by John R T Bar hour Frank P Strauss represented Barbour E C Bohne cashier of the Third national bank and Samuel Cas sedy president of the Bank of Commerce testified that arbour opened fire without warning and that Hagan offered no defense CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE A Farmers Pretty Daughter Attempted Suicide Hopklnsvllle Ky Aug 171IIss Nell Clark aged 23 the pretty daugh ter of Joss Clark a prominent farmer attempted suicide Tuesday by swal lowing corrosive sublimate S1iwas desperate over discovering that she had forged checks amounting to 580 on Walter D Bowles a wealthy young Crofton citizen She returned the money and claimed he had authorized her to draw chocks Physicians say she can not recover Governor Still at Wlckland Frankfort Ky Aug 17 There be lag no urgent business In the executive department requiring his attention Gov Beckham Tuesday notified Secretary Leigh that he would not return to the capital Wednesday as he expected to but would remain at his country home WIckland for a few days Druggists War Is On Newport Ky Aug 17At a meet ing of the Campbell County Druggists association hero it was decided It Is laid In view of tho cutrate war that Is now going on among the druggists of Bellevue and Dayton Ky to rule these two cities out of the local association W N Beaumont Dead Madlsonvllle Ky Aug 17W N Beaumont an old and widely known tobacconist and exconfederato soldier died at his home in Nebo this county after an illness of threo days Ho was 81 years of age Interment took place in this city Tuesday afternoon Death Prevented Pleasure Trip Newport Ky Aug 17Robt Burns LodgeF and A M will have charge of the funeral of William Alexander The deceased was ready to accompany the Newport delegation to the triennial Knight Templar conclave at San Francisco when stricken Boy Is Drowned In the River Milton Ky Aug 17 Harold Luck ett the 14yearold son of L P Luck ett was drowned In the Ohio river while In bathing with another lad He could not swim and got into water that was too deep for him The body was recovered Died Suddenly Covington Ky Aug 17rBenjamIn Staggenborg 61 a resident of Central Covington during the last 33 years died suddenly at his home In Pleasant street At the time of his death ho was superintendent of public works in his town Elegant Home d Por Sale I will offer for sale privately the home formerly occupied by James Tevis deceased situated near thoL N It R depot in Richmond Ky Said place contains 5 J2 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of eight rooms in firstclass repair good cistern and all necessary out buildings good orchard and every thing to make it a desirable place of residence Anyone desiring to exajnino the property the undersigned will tast pleasure ia showing same H R TEVIS 25navtf KICHMONDKff Public Sale I will offer for sale l farm situated 6 miles from mdbdThnd J on the Barnes1Iillpike- onSaturdaYt Sept 3104 at JO oclock arifc The farm consists of 167 acresvJO acriB for corn and tobacco 41P acres lor wheat and the balance in grass GoM Grist Mill 2 cowndcalvea 5 year ling heifer 2 brOod maresvl good faun- horsl and bitggy 6lIOwlfnnd pijcs farming lmpletnettts liouselold aiI kitchen furniture If not sold OB above date will rent for the year 1905 Forfurther iHtte lars call on f JC BR StCM i QrMn CiyjMw6 f tl JfJ Success Clothing IS BUT ANOTHER NAME FOR J r 8GHL088 CLOTHING H- It isHthe kind that helps you along in the worldt and is ever considerate of your pocket booket t Come to our Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Woolens the worlds choicest weavesconstituting many M hundred patterns of smart fabrids from the great T1Tailoring House of t 4- iscJfoss 73pos9cc Co l3afimopeI whose expert Cutter and Fitter will be here September 5th and 6th to take your measure and advise you as to what cloth and cut will be most becoming to you Remember the dates 111 September 5 and 6 il W D OLDHAM d eoRICHMOND KENTUCKY I1 et I ESTILL SPRINGSGives you almost at your door all the REAL advantages to be derived from far more costly summer resorts thousands of miles away It offers Most Beautiful Scenery Refreshing and Medicinal Waters Sulphur Baths The Best of Cooks A Finest Ball Room in the Statet fSplendid Music and the society of the most charming people in Kentucky and adjoining States The season is now at its height SEPTEMBER is coming to be one of the most popular months at the Springs Special rates are made after September first and more and more guests avail themselves of this each year For further information addressITHE ESTILL SPRINGS GO- t INCORPORATED Auctioneer My services as au auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Co or by writing 27 j tf T D Chenanlt Terrill Ky Telephone 350 M Por Rubber Stamps call at this olHce neat Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing 125 each which will now be offered at 50 each This is an oppor tunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works Omtf S L Midkiff Prop jv R D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND ttt2ELDERS i t BARGIN STORE I griJw eWarm Weather Suggests 5 qIthe necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as faare made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevail throughout this X qi moneysavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here 3 Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with I ci choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for 1 q Extra good 12J Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaidsc r7 J k checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc Jf 4t Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists J IX r 1 regular l2c grade lOc We are showing a beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up Knicker Voile Smtmgsall the shades cheap at 2ac our price 15 Jac rdIVoile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c VarJ1f tediLIVoile seven shades to select from l2kc India Linen 7t to 25eZ j I jhV 1Bbys and Girls Stockinjjsbpecials40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black KibhidHthread Stock titigs spliced heals aud toes and double knee splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 9 Jl worth 25c at lic paIr 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings tire iron wear kind 2tbreat real Mace 2x2 riGbedrfcfSf and toes made of serviceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at IBc per pair WfingslO 16 and 20c yard Cnrpets12c to 125 yard See our stock of Rugs OiIoth 20 to nvii Jfe wd are showing the pretties stock of Mes Suits at 198 to SIOever shown in Rich1nold Youths Suitit ti 4 to SS Knee suits 1105 Mens Shirts 23c to 1 Straw Hate men and hoy6 8Oe up to 125 J d Stock ol Notions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line to select from 39c to G pair PolEs 8 and 10e LJII complete Brags pxteiiTon 8810 and 15e New Stock Ladies Muslin Underwear Corset CoverR 10 to c 480 Pants 40c Gowlis 48c Skirts SOc Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dross Skirts fl 25 to 4fI W IS They are teaulies t MILLINERYtv i L More beautiful styles The smartest creations of the season are here and at surprisingly Low Prices ShirtWaist Hats the most beautiful style at I to 298 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats readyfor i Iyotitehoosing ins keLl at special Low Prices to suit nil purses Childrens School antI lrcss Hats Flow I era orcvery See thorn Illeaclitsi Pillow CaJe8 foilsize and fine quality choice wearing qthili- ties 121 Ladles and tents handkerchiefs 610 and ISe PArasols 40c to 4 95 OlIIots25o to 150 HH M and Slippers nil prices Plcture Franies 510 18 2529 and 490 We have just received about OO plctnrls from So tii to 25c each Do nOt fail to see them We have only aCe Jardiucres left atI36 f3i 39 an c i b4 RectfuLiySbtitted c bth CTII4S 0 Eijv1iiJ9q TlfOMASpI ISatisfaction E TcreI iJfIt 4 1it 1J S ieasmssooessssssssss s ess s s es Se SS S SSeSeS e S SS S S SS SeSS SSSS S S S S SI A I a IjIi Grand zin But aIe II s j p- 1s S s So Having decided to quit business at once we are offering sue s our entire stock of s II S 5SSI t E B 0 0 TS-S pi IIII Shoes and Gents Furnishings it m u I at Cost for Cash Only ae e a S c I We are determined to close out and we offer- S s S ii The Greatest Bargains of your Life j e 5 SS- Sus from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see 115 u 0 for t OUrself All persons owing us will please call and settle m 1 55I 115- 5ll 5l5- Sl FCRUTCIIER TRIBBLE ti S l5- as 5l5- E Main Street Richmond Kentucky i1I 0I r jSSSSIIISSISSSSSIISIS 1SSSlllll111S111S111111111111111111111111111111115 O 1 he Richmond Climax PDBLI8HKUIVKKV WEHNR8UAY BY tThe Climax Printing Co Incorporated n J C CHRNAULT PtMILLER Editor Ii MlUl WEDNESDAY AlHi 24 IIHM 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 TUB UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BUY AN of Nebraska KLSRWHEKB we print an editorial fr im the LouUvill Herald an nt our suggestion of Win Jennings Bryan as i member of the cabinet of President t Alton B Iarker Asour readers have Minervad the CLIMAX has been carry ing the names of Parker Davis and ISrvan at the bead of our editorial tuluning since the St Louis conven tion named Parker and Davis on the national tickeL We note with 11188s- re the Herald admits the Climax is ntitled to recognition for consistenS f in adding Mr Bryan to named at St Louis So mote it be If the Herald is sincerely afraid as U ullHftes that Ute trusts will elect and itrol Mr Parker it should be re lieved by the thought that Mr Bryan villbeina position to protect the n try from Uw aforesaid trusts ami everybody knows Mr Bryan will do tbat very thing Wilb r R SIIhLCIIIIS Ky a S wtfiil Bmken Educator Prof Smith is President of the fa mom Commercial College of Kentucky Iuivernty Lexington Ky and refers t Itii thntMHiidB of MMcwfnl graduates lila xmdiml receive tile diuloma hum Kentucky University Hundreds of vming mm and women attend it an nually Ills graduates are tmeceeeful in securing positions If you wish a course of bookkeeping shorthand or tblegraphy address for circulars Wilbur U Swill Lexington Ky We jwreiwBwl our vehicles to sell kind it yoo will only call and KtK price wo will prove this assertion and make of von an everlasting friend anti custo mer tf S L MidkifT Prop CF1BroerCu1 LEXINGTON KY 14DidEver have a Boy That boy liked to play Indian Get your boy a Wigwam and an Indian Suit It will give him lots of pleasure and be a present that he nmouibor long alter ho grows up We have Wigwams at 1 50 and 3 50 Water Proof Wigwams from 4 50 to JO 00 Indian Suits for boyand we havent forgotten the girls either at 250 and 300 CAwerCo C Exclusive Sole Agents MAIN AND BROADWAY Ixljto1Th I ullt ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 I huOIINSheriifof tohe=== Parker Davis and spILuwkvIII4 The Kichmnnd Ky Climax gives us the latest form of the Democratic national ticket It is triflorous yeSewSenator Davis of West f erorStaled of America Wm Jennings Bryan of Nebraska This ticket would make Mr Bryan law lord of the party Ills interpretations of the naItibnal Constitution and Statutes would have to be taken at face value We know his opinion of the Supreme Court We know that he favors drastic legislation for not only the elimination of harmful but for the prevention of lawful competion 11m regards protection as an ingenious device for the exploitation of the runsittss for the privileged classes lie has not been able to convince Nc braska that this is the correct view but trfe Kentucky Cimax wants the jtryand onorcemont of tariff legislation placed in the hands of Mr Bryan On the tariff Attorney General Bryan and President Parker wo tld be one They both favor a return of the Democratic era of a tariff revised by friends of the masses That era the 1nxoli Nob Journal compares for tin sMiial benefit of Mr Bryan and hit friend with the prosperity of today Ton years age under the Idministrn lion of Grover Cleveland our exports of manufactured products amounted to 184 000000 amounting to 21 per cent yearjustdomestic manufactures and it was 33 per cent of our aggregate sales abroad Thai Is a pretty practical demonstra protectivetariffrestored in 1807 by tile Republican Con gross and President This increased in our exports of domestic manufactured products by about per cent indicates an immense increase in the home mar ket lor agricultural products Thus it happened that we consumed at home so great a per cent of cotton corn wheat and meats and the home labor that Wf employed in the manufacture forIliiind and nxtendcd our commerce to iimrkrU UHVHI before reached by our niannfictiirnrn protected as they have been by the bulwark of a carefully ar Dcafnos Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only ono way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the enstacliiantube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness id the result and unless the inflntnmation can ho taken out and this tube restored to lie nor mal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are nothingbutcons services- We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of deafness reused by ca tarrh that cannot be cood by Halls Catarrh Onr 8md foi circulars free B J CHBNKY Co Toledo O 75cUallfl the bears i Knows Miona Will Cure B L Qu Fait it nil Djrptfiia RtMI That Gurulmlt It is au unusual thing for a druggist to sell a medicine under a guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure Yet this is the way B L Middelton the popular druggist is selling Miona the standard dyspepsia remedy Never before has he had so large a number of customers tell him that a medicine has cured as with Mi ova People who a few months ago looked like walking skeletons have put on flesh and today are ruddy and vigorous with perfect digestion and good health solely due to the use of this remedy There is no longer any need of any one suffering or making their friends en Tor on account of dyspepsia for Mi ona can be relied upon to cure The oneIk to B L Middelton in guaranteeing refund the money if the medicine es not eure and he stands ready to do so without any questions Ueadacnes all forms of indigestion feelingspoorforms of liver trouble are cured by Mio na price 50c A few days treatment shows considerable gain in health and a cure speedily follows These days are the best in the whole healthAndiect condition that you can enjoy ev y minute of them ranged tariff schedule Believing with Mr Bryan that protection is robbery Judge Parker could notin the unhappy event of his election to the Presidency select an Attorney General better equipped to dissipate comfort and content im poverish the masses and debilitate the republic specialissioncons muted the Climax Is entitled to framingItsBryan on eaC1 of two occasions good enough to go into the White House itself He could not therefore bb ect tohis becoming Attorney General f the United States for one term NOT UNTIL SEPT 211 ABi Day With the Big One Wild Bttsb infcilioail Features tine Horses Great Ads Gowns and tollseom Races Galore hipodrowatic Forepsuganti oftransportionhave concentrated their resources re proliucduction featurehunting oftiltSMadison ofteotshome worthexhibiting seems to have their eyes and theIr announce theyhavegenuine thrillers and originalities Their collection of wild beasts has always been conspicuous for colossal com thlngRtheyblage of full fourtene living Polar onlyNorthseeker of the same has ever seen at fromthelar equestrian teature La Famillo Le equestrianand beholderswhich are the only absolutely new anyarenaarenic European celebrity who for the MonsHubert ahoreseparkcarttheSzarvaslMagyars whose dances acrobatic feats and tribal melodies are described as InterestingTheset all Europe laughing from ear to ear have been added to the comic cir whichfeatureintroduce At the head of all hose J The Big Circus Comes First RIHMDNI WED AU 31 JOHN BnjSj I BIG SHOtS Herr Sohmit COMBINED Presenting Show Whole WorIds Prodigious Inspiring Deathdefying Unparalled Loop- in Automobile ADNASomersault Strongest Strengthand Cycle Dazzle weighing pounds while a troupe of Bicycle Riders and Dangerous Feats Riding at Top Speed f f I f f 40000 Performing Elephants Mighty Millioniare Men ageryl 50 Cages and Gilded Dens 500 Horses 100 Shetland Ponies 50 Sioux Indians The Grand Biblical Spectacular Production King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba J000 Men Horses in the Cast Grand Free 300000 Dollar Street Parade 4 Five Bands of Music Fife and Drum Corps Chime of Bells 50 Cars and Dens 29 Every Brilliantly Illuminated by Electric Lights and Thoroughly Waterproof 2 Performances Daily Rain or Shine Reserved can be Secured by Telephone Connection with Ticket Wagon Daily Excursion Rates on all Railroads features unquestionably stands the aptlydescribeda huge redlobJed centipede whose celerity and precision have astounded the military world It is universally admitted among army exports that in both maneuvers and manual they eclipse anything ever known The horse show in this exhibition deserves more than passing mention as having possibly the most and magnificent collection of in which the most noted noblest and most beautiful breeds are conspicuous Many of them too have been taught to perform the most intricate and dainty feats including the genuine cake walk which the New York press pro nounced incomparable Thousands ofI columns have been written in praise the Korepaugh dancing elephants and the Sells Brothers gigantic soldier tus kers and it has been repeatedly illustrated that they well deserve the com pliment In passing over the hundred champion circus acts in the three rings on the elevated stages and in mid air as welt as the exciting contests on the hippodrome course wo ought to men tion Diavola in his daredevil act of Prodigiousingly incredible feat of leaping across a chasm fifty feet in width on his flying cycle and Cyclone who starting on an absolutely perpendicular line actually scales The Devils Chimney awbeel at almost incalculable centrifugal speed This trio are simply inimitable md the isole of the astounding specialties in which they appear The free street parade is in keeping with the general magnitude and wealth of the show and presents a decided nov armydifferentformed and armed so as to represent our countrys warlike progress from the Revolution to the Cuban campaign The Big Forepaugh and Sells Broth ers Show will not be in Richmond until Wednesday September 21 how we You iidaeJ1 onlyIall diseases thet arise from disordered kidneys poor nerves and a thin watery of the blood such ae nervous headache dizziness weak back rheu mal ism diabitis scalding urine and other kidney troubles De Bells Kid ney Pill the great kidney remedy every box warranted Price 25 and 50 cents For sale by B L Middelton Itnau DEATHS MOODY Last Thursday night at 10 oclock those nearest and dearest to Mr T J Moody of Kingston were summoned to his bed side to witness the last moments of a devoted husband a kind and indulgent father and brother AIr Moody who returned on Augnst10 from a visit to his sister Mrs Jennie of Garrard county was taken ill enroute home and continued to grow worse until death relieved his sufferV ing Deceased was a model businessman and a good neighbor and lied a largo circle of friends in and around Kingston where he was born and rear ed Mr Moody was 6tyears of childrenjltothose of his aged parents who proceeded hip to the grave several years The deepest sym pathy of a host of friends Is extended the family in this sad hour of bereavement suplieaaaGr4ek Col Yotmjs Memorial to jen J liL Foyntr Col Bennett H Young General com manding the Kentucky Division of Confederate Veterans issued a memo rial Thursday to the late Gen James M Poynlz He refers feelingly to the latters services in the founding of the Confederate Home and to his record as a soldier ami surgeon He issued the following general order which was printed in Fridays Headquarters CourierJournalIUnited Confederate tion August 19 division will learn with sincere and liprofoundJames M Poyntz late commander t f the division nnd always an earnest and devoted member Full of years pa tient laborious and enthusiastic in all that concerned the Confederate cause and for a lengthened period prominent in the inaguration and management of nil that was helpful to the Confederate work his decease will bring deep arid universal sorrow to all who wore the gray Gen Poyntz as a soldier and stir goon from 1861 to 18C5 was brave loyal and true and in his direction of the Kentucky division was wise sagacious successful and considerate His great loving heart was especially stirred for those of his comrades who by disease or the infirmities of age were unable to for fbroughtConfederaterof the money necessary to buy the buildings at Peweo Valley subsequently convoyed to the Btate for such an in stitution and by word by counsel and by every means in his power advanced this work He is entitled to the gratitude and love of all his associ ates throughout the State In his professional and lite he was gentle and kind in his private lite he was n tender husband an affectionate father a helpful neighbor and a sincere friend He was tbe advocate of thE highest type of citizenship and an humble and devoted Christian His Confederate comrades speak of bin only words of praise and convey to his loved ones their benedictions and sympathies Bennett II Young General Commanding W A Milton Adjutant General and Chiefof Sta- ffMATRIMONIAL BEATXY ELKIN The following dispatch from WInchester appeared in Wednesdays Louisville Times John C Beatty a young business man from Richmond and Miss Nancy Elkiu of this were married last night at the home of the bride Elder J W Harding officiating Mr Beatty is a son of Mr J 3Uf Beatty of this city and has a host of friends here who ex tend congratulations and wish for him and his bride a life ol unalloyed happi ness 91 Nice twottorr residence on one of K9t a1 the principal residence streets of anda11Hceuaryn5OO The celebrated Star fruit tin can only40c per dozen at The Racket Store aug3tt SuitA Bratton Roter Cigars FrawaBroJ John Robinson JOBIG SJiows the Ideal bf the eJ 300 and Phenomenal Perfor- msMephisto The wonder of the age in his Sensational Awe act ofCircling the an The only lady Rider on Earth Man on Earth in a sensational feat of Skin Holds on his shoulders a 2800 perform Startling Herd of Women and Gilded CaliopedrawnTent Seats Low numerousf masters condition Brown glorious peraopal county Williams Bouquet Flour Frasa Bros JOHN ROBINSONS Ten Big Shows CombinedR Will be here tin August 31 T ShAthe thousands who attended the John Robinson Circus The largest circus crowds over eeen in Cincinnati attended tire performan ces ot the ever popular John Robinsons shows The tents wore crowded at performlancenarveloue exhibition fully merited the beral patronage bestowed The thrilling feats of the circus per splenllidhippodrome s t isheg asravitationcling the loop in a miniature antomo bile are features which combine to make this stupendous amusement An t terprls what it easily is one of the very best on earth w DordsJentiemanto meet in a business as well as a sowcial way anti no pains or expense spared bv them to add to the pleasureI and comfort of their patrons with the most courteous treatment at the hands of the attaches of the show positionThe popularity of the show increases mayfeelllSRuredands of the circusgoing people whenever in the future they may see fit to spread their big tents in this city Tile Xiiiet I desire to say to the people of Madi son county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Bronston Brothers with whom I am not connected in anyway I have opened a saloon on the same street just below Mike Enrighls old stand and I am now ready to ac commodate mv customers Please call andsee me Resp- tljan05 W M CEZEKMORE Kills Germs of Catarrh Bjomei Cia to tie of tit KKIM ud likes Aitoiistiij Cmi Catarrh cannot be cured by the use of pills liquid medicines and soncaled system tonics Under such treatrm nt the germs of the disease will still live in the air passages and increase and is the only scientific and thorough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs in the air passages It enters the blood with the oxygen destroys the microbes in the blood and effectually drives from the system all traces of catarrhal poison Probably the strongest evidence that can be offered as to the powers of Hyo mei to cure catarrh Is the tact that 8 L Middelton will agree to refund the money if you say Hyomei has not cured youThe complete Hyomei outfit costs but 100 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyo mei The inhaler lasts a lifetime and if one bottle does not cure an extra can be obtained fo 50c bottle ls Red Mens Street Fair and Carnival Asso September 12 to 17 6 days JO big shows 4 free attractions eachj day I o F FE 7I 7I7I7I I JUST RECEIVED n 5 sm OUR SWEEP =OUT SALE IS OVER 7R but we will continue to sell Low j Shoes at reduced prices See our 4 Bargain Counter of Shoes and Oxfords J 50 2 2 50 and 3 Shoes for 71 1 79c 99c and 149 Rice and Arnold 1 THE ONE PRICE HOUSE F l L j7FffiI 7I7IffiF 7I 7I7I7IF7ITJJ 7 JL1 r I Ayers Why is it that Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remarkable things Because it is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new life into it The hair Hair Vigor cannot keep from growing And gradually all the dark rich color of early life comes back to gray hair myhairrich black and ai thick ai I could with MBS SCBAJt KXOPFKNSTIEX Tiucumbia Ala SIM a bottle J AYES coAll drnzctm Mx fTnwelt Gray Hair U 4ddress WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY rnponiiMCOMMERCIAL Awarded Medal at World Exposition efer to thonundi of graduate In positions TuitlonTelegraphySpecWtiesrbe warded uradnatet Literary Conrae free ifNoTaratlon Lnternow Oradnateiiuccntfnl anlaWILBUR for Sale I have for sale privately a good farm containing 53 acres three miles west of Richmond on the Lancaster turnpikeI known as the Jake dWelljins countyFor UrnustonIkiiieji Corel We are giving one million IIOXPS eltehls Kidney Pills absolutely free those who have backache or kidney trouble DeBells Pills the o positive cure in uiorillWeant to mire yoji Cut this out mill ChicajtoIII Public Sale of Land Stock Crop As Administrators of Haden Ttirpm deceased we will expose to public suIt on the premises on the waters of Mud dy Creek Madison Kv one mile from Doylesville at 9 oclock a m- on Tuesday Sept 20 04 the following property TRACT ONE goodlandland the balance ingrass This fern MargareNolandwatered and in a fine state of cultiva tion TRACT rwo is known as the home place and con tains 166 IJy Acres This proper ty adjoins Tract No I and on th premises is a good residence barns and all other necessary outbuildings most of this land is in grass and is well watered TRACT THREE adjoins Tract No 2 and the farm of 92icresbottom laud the balance is in grass with some nice timber thereon and isl wellwatered At the same time and place the fol lowing stock willbe sold 3 good mulee 1 brood mare six years old 0an extra good enddln horse 5 cows and calves 6 two year old steers 2 yearling steers 1 yearling heifer 12 hogs and ml kinds of poultry about 300 barrels of corn at heap COO shocks of fodder 4 stacks of and 1 stack of straw 1 twohorsewa2Cn and harness phaeton and harness 1 two horse con planter mowing machine cultivator turn plows double shovels plows and many other mentumHoasehotdTerm which will be liberal will be tnade known on day of sale For fur RobtTurpinJ A and ROW TURPIN A4mitifstratnrLoeTessCb Cii I f 1 p If Love your Wife Her Buy Gas Range This 7am Trvingto firetire wot papers burnbd patience exhausted j8am No fire no breakfast A family quarrel brewing c breakfast a m A cold bite hot for the days work Still no I m Bluer than a What is the remedy A j1Detroit Jewel Rauge The Raven whispers only that and nothing more 11 a m Days work lost Off Gas Office 12 n Selecting a Gas Range from the large stock displayed I 1 p in Demonstrations and explanations very satisfactory Purchase made at car load cost prices No charge for piprntr setting aridRange3 p m Street service and piping nearly finish Competent c workmen pushing the p in Work completed with light over stove early late meals tillline6 p m A full and perfectly cooked home meal piping hotfrnra tire rop upper nnd lower ovens all complete at the time No eveningsmoke cRichmond Water Light Co f e1 rrCC e urfOatsr- Z racldXngSOils Grown As hard uwheat If sown early Not attacked with fly or oat Stand up well Iho finest Fall Winter SprInt pasaira and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per aero of the finest heaviest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives Information about the best seeds for Fall sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rape 1000 Headed Kale falfa Grass Clover and Vegetable Seeds RibbonSeeds obtainableIWrite tot WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY II h Royal Saloon FIRST STREET iIirefreshingdrinks modating uptodate clerks I Finest Wines Whiskies and Cigars Bronston Bros jl27lm PHONE HO I 1Habit Js a cable we weave a thread of it every day anti at last we cannot break It Get into the I the doingbusinetis StateBank Trust Co 1 7 you r Dont Roast A I her a Is no Joke J Jbrl1akfastnurse the kindling news all J 9 Nothing whetstone ias J1 for installation 4 for and same Afford and For Sale oppositeanil extends back 200 tt House con haliRGopdnecessary outbuildings This is of tire most conveniently located oneJlences In For residoncelIE G Parrish lau1t Richmond Ky ForJSale Tire undersigned offers for sale pri hnillliliKIfrontf2S0Hujlding lots all from 40 feet seine rtetdeepof perSillllllOhs Theresideceif desired by about 175 feAt Can run allnecessary residence offivewlthontpaSRlnmirably suited for Hrstclnss boardinghouse or an Inflrmay lotspartiesover premises Iconsiderlook T S ELLIS 17an4t RICHMOND KYf Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an execution directed tn Ulerksofllcefavor of Ect Moran against Frank Mau pin I or one of my deputies will on Monday Sep 5 1904 between the hours of 10 oclock a in inPchrnond bidderor as much thereof a maybe neces iutlrtandOne house and lot situated In Berea strlaI1jnmi n t ed tERM5aIe will bo intuit on a credit of three mxiiths bond with ap legalInterest i theforceJOHN F WAGERS a Aug 16 01 Sheriff Madison otmd Came to my place on Taylors Fork about ten ago one brindle dehornd steer weight about 600 pounds Owner can liaye same by provingproperty and paving chargeer H E Allen aug34t fcS 1 i Th i r S j An Opportunity c In order to reduce our stock we will until September I t make special prices on anything in our large Vehicle stock Dontt fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone Ct aTat DO s c RICHMOND PHONE 232 KYe 3 ttnn5 r1I I Frasa Bros It MAIN BTBEET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Co f Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 24 1904 Bouquet FlourFrasa Bros Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Bros Gordon Riled Rubber Stamp Makers Climax office- Mason Quart Jars 55 cents dozen 2 quarts 05c at Racket Store latf Rev D G Combs of Grayson Ky will begin a protracted meeting at brick school house Peytontown Ky Monday night September 5 services commencing at S p m The City Hall property advertised to be sold on last Saturday at public auction was taken down the highest bid 5S00 not being considered a fair price for the property Mr Benjamin Banks of the firm of Covincton Hanks has purchased an automobile one of the best manu factured Mr Banks is the first citl zen of this city to own a horseless car riage Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are celling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkilT Prop Wherever it has been tried the sprinkling of crude oil on the strents has proven to be a great thing The oil costs but little and two applications will lav the lust for months Why should not Richmond become interested 1thisenterprise The Kentucky annual conference of the South Methodist church will meflt in xintrton August 31 and continue for a week The meetings will be bold at the Hill street Method byh1 jCommits Suicide- Fannie Williams a young woman of h about twenty years of IIjA who cams here some tinin ago from E till county 11COllllnitted Filicide Sunday at a resi Crow AilJition by taking laudanum Deceased lived only a tow hours after taking tho fatal dose Farm For Rent The Gilbert farm on Muddy Creek six mile from Richmond containing four hundred cres tor rent for a year or term of years Will also take in stork to graze this fall Grass and water good Apply toW rl 0 OliKnault 1i4t4t Moherly Ky Painfully Injured lit Mr A Billiard of dalenst Is some J9Whlll ilifflKUffd ana result of coining et in Olitiict with the Imcl of a mule eo Th animal planted Inn foot with con r silfrnbln force on Mr Ballaido cheek and made a very angry and painfu rewound The many friends ol this pop m ular Kuntlomati contrra till ate him 01 dl his narrow escape fnun iimro seriou injurIh of t Ifgo Something to- T l a When you i have nice- Clothes why ruin the effect with inferior Laundry Have your Shrfj Collars and Cuffs I lauuilried by the Laundry in Ky The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt OfflceRlce Arnolds Shoe Store Phone 118 Goods called for and delivered Free of Charge Sa tisfaction guaranteed Lanndry sent out twice a weekMon days and Wednesdays returning on Thursdays and Saturdays Reward For Watch A liberal reward for my watch lost at lire Open filled case box hinge my initials E E W in monogram on back Leave at Lanes Jewelry Store Main St opposite Court House Edward E Weaver Residences iold Through its For Hale Column the CUMAX sold last week the Wm Shearer residence on High street to Mrs Ella Farley and Miss Belle March for 1800 Also the D 15 Shackelford residence on Second street to Captain Jesse Dykes for S2500 NoUtQ Your city taxesifortl04 are due and in my hands for collection You are kindly requested to call and settle All those that are not paid on or before November I 10U4fthe penalty prescribed by ordinance will be attached Office at City Hall Respt 34a4t T C ONeiiCohleectorI- mportant Notice The Louisville Atlantic R R Co will continue their Sunday train ser vice through the month of September on fcclitxlule as at present Rates on Sunday are one fare for the round trip but no fare more than 50 H R Smith G FP A The Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will give a lawn fete at Mrs Eiward Humes resi dence on Lancaster Ave tomorrow afternoon 3 to 0 oclock Admission 15 cents Fell rorty Feet Mr Arthur Adams coal weierher torI the Big Hill Coal Co at Brush Creek fell forty feet from a coal tipple Saturday and was seriously injured All ol Mr Adams ribs on the left side were broken his shoulder dislocated and he was otherwise bruised The wounded man was brought to Drs H R and W M Gibsons Hospital this city Sun day where the patient is getting along as nicely as could be expected under the circumstances flue Crop ot torn Mr Chesley Sams of Cottonburg in forms the CLIMAX of the excellence of his crop of growing corn which he be lieves to be tho best in Madison county The stalk is large enough to permit Mr Richard Clark whose weight is 155 pounds to climb to the tassel No one acquainted with either Mr Same or Colonel Clark will for one moment question tne verocity of this statement Big Ltmber Contract Messrs Ed Blanton Co sold last week one of the largest hills of lumber perhaps ever sold by a Richmond lumber firm The order which was for 63 000 feet of oak flooring came from Mr Thompson Burnam of Paint Lick and is to be used In a warehouse to be erected at that placo for the Continen tal Tobacco Co Time friends of this popular firm are proud know that they were successful in landing the or der which was solicited by lumber dealers all over the State Rubber stamps ink pads haters etc see Gordon Reid Climax office 1IrWO jEAT1 i 1 1 V is iihvays Jin interesting subject especially When tt- IJ you know where to find such We A V talIII senson in the grocer line k Green Vegetables all kinds of Vt Canned Goods Fruits Candies C Ink A Lin fact everything that can be found in a first class grocery We call special attention to our line A V of SEEDS We handle all kinds or V- jf FIELD AND t I GARDEN I i SEEDSGIVE US A CALL HorbBr quguolg ii Successors to E Deatherage Co I c p c L It i Pt ft y f i I J j bk 3 tI1 l J i H f Ji IK h 1 I t f tQA rt t r iI 1 t f rlt f 1 2 r1lQ t f ff ftt 4lJ rvr r STRAW HATS Jj i t1 1 1 i h j 4 4 I Iit 1 HALF PRICE Il A1 it4 jZ Weve cut the price on Straw Hats just half in two because we have too many tj5pb Ii IJhands and they musti be sold now while the season is here no matter how great t4s Ii 4heloss 1 1Iq it Y 1 J 1r c L i 300 For i ij50 l1 f i7r 50H 125l i 200 44 1 00 LOO 25H iI All new clean goods the famous BrighamHopkins Styles and Quality + M L f i Think of the saying and be quick for first choice v h j e 3 lltilI Fine line of Sailors half f l Jt1 1 i i BANKSc iji 1I1 i y 1 0 111 Ui Yit tei 1 11 Jf fJ h i1 j t t I v it s i- jt2Thtt t ITo the Democracy of Madison County A few weeks since T wrote an article addressed to the members of the Dem ocratic party in which I stated that I helievfld that the manner III which our turnpikes were worked by tho Fiscal Court was illegal and altogether wrong I contended that Judge Tnrpin as the presiding judge of that Court was re peopleIwith the statement that it was only my opinion that it was illegal and wrong and possibly I might be mistaken For the benefit of all concerned I here quote the law which to me is so clear that I do not see how my contention can be questioned No member of the Fiscal Court shall be interested directly or indirectly or be concerned in any contract for work to be done or material to be furnished for the county or any district thereof nor purchase or be interested in any claim against the county or State Any member of the Fiscal Court who shall violate the provisions of this section shall upon conviction be fined not less than five hundred dollars nor more than five thousand dollars for each offense Kentucky Statutes chapter 52 section 1844 DAVIESS COUNTY vs GOODWIN Filed December 1 1903 1 Supervisor of roads Power to appoint County JudgeThe Fiscal Court of a county has no authority un der the statutes to appoint the County Judge of the county to the office of supervisor of roads and being a court of limited authority Its action in so doing is void 2 Same Action by taxpayerA taxpayer of the county suing for him self and all other taxpayers may maintain an action to prevent the payment to the County Judge of the salary of supervisor of roads These provisions do not contem plate that thesupervisorand the County Judgo may be the same person On the contrary they contemplate tIat the County Judge is to hold the supervisor to a strict responsibility and that to protect the interests of the county there must be the concurrent judgment of both the County Judge and super visor in important matters it IOLAKKI COUNTY VS SEARS Filed January 12 1904 Not to be re ported 1 RoadsPowers of Fiscal Court Wlieie the Fiscal Court of a county adopted a system of working public ronnIe by taxation it had no power to invest the County Judge with general supervision of the same nor confer au thority upon the justices of the various magisterial districts as assistants and then allow them pay for such services 2 SameSupervisor of roads The statutes permit the appointment of a supervisor or supervisors of county roads but the Fiscal Court cannot cre ate a different office or same office with different name fill it by electing them solves and then vote themselves pay ReporterIJudge styles himself Supervisor and has allowance made to himself as such See Fiscal Order Book No 2 page 493 Read and decide for yourselves whether or not I was justifiable in that opinionJOHN C CHENAULT BIRTHS HUNT Prof and Mrs I Cochran Hunt are rejoicing over the arrival Tuesday morning of a fine son Madison Negro Killed Winchester Jerry Noland one of the most highly respected negroes of this county shot and killed his soninlaw Green Gen try also of this county in Winchester on last Saturday night From what we can learn the BhopUngwasjustifla blo Itappears that Gentry who had married a daughter of Noland liad separated from liW His wife was claiming some property which Gentry had sold and it bellvethat Gentry was of thin opinion was the cause of his wife setting up these claims and that when he came across Noland in Winchester he assaulted and struck his fatherinlaw and Noland thinking he was in great danger shot and instantly killed Gen try The Womans Auxiliary ol the Y M OA will give a court jkj dinner on M Jayi Sept S v HcKlnncy iale At the public sale of Thos McKinney at Moberley Wednesday the following prices were realized The farm of 115 acres was sold to Mr Kit Maupin at 20 per acre Hogs brought 5 a hundred cows from 25 to 38 pair of small mare mules 2S3 horses from SO to 110 and household and kitchen furniture brought excellent prices as well A Card of Thanks The members ot the Pattie A Clay Infirmary use this method of thanking the citizens of Richmond for their pres ence and liberal response at the mass meeting held at the Court House on Friday night This evidence of their appreciation of the institution is very gratifying to the inembershf the Association and insures a long life for the Infirmary Respectfully Mrs E M Hume Pres Association Mrs R L Gentry Pres Board of Managers ISlf Suit to be tiled The Lexington Leader of last Wed nes fay contained the following article According to a statement made hereby a prominent citizen of Richmond the Board of Trustees of the Central University of Kentucky nov located at Danville will be made defendants in a suit to be filed in the Madison Circuit Court this fall by the heirs of the late Col S P Walters on condition that the property would always hit used for educational purposes by tho trustees of the college but since the consolidation of the college at Richmond with Centre College at Danville and the school moved to the latter place the heirs of Col Walters believe that the trustees of the school have broken faith in the promises under which the land was accepted by them from the former wealthy Richmond banker The suit will be filed by Col W R Letcher of Richmond on behalf of his wife who is a daughter of the late Cot Walters and Was one of tho heirs of the vast estate left by him The property as it now stands is valued at 200000 as since the donation of the land by Col Walters tho ground was used for the erection of numerous buildings used fu connection with the college including eight handsome residences for the use of the professors a threestory dormitory several school buildings and a large gymnasium Resolutions Adopted by Richmond Conmandery Ho 19August 19 1904 The committee appointed to draw resolutions upon the death of Sir Knight James M Poyntz late a memo her of this Commandery reported the following which were unanimously adopted by a rising vote 1 That in the death of our honored and beloved associate we feel a deep sense of personal grief In his inter course with his brothers of the Temple he at all times manifested those Knightly and chivalrous courtesies which as a man a physician and a citizen so uniformly marked his con duct among the people of our town county and State 2 Sir Knight Poyntz was moreover a Christian gentleman faithfully dis charged all his obligations asa member and elder of his church and in all our circles the memory bf his virtues will long continue 3rd Nor will we soon forget that at lila funeral and burial In our cemetery his brethren of the medical fraternity nil united in marked tributes of respect that his fellow soldiers of the Confeder ate Army attested by their sorrowing presence their esteem for him asa brave and heroic friend and companion and that his Masonic brethren cordially unite with them in every demonstration of respect and sympathy for lily survi ving family and relatives Brother Sir Knight Povntz hail and IItew mC F Burnam J A IJIeim W R lIhaebJfOrd Cqiatseu II Mass lIIcdinIA large crowd of representative citizens of Richmond was present at the court house Friday evening in response to the call issued by time ladies of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary for a mass meeting to consider the advisability of continuing that institution for another year The meeting was railed to order by Judge J fl Chenault and on motion Mr Waller Bennett was unanimously chosen president and Mr Joe Schafhausen secretary The chair man stated that the City Council hay lug allowed only 400 for the mainte nance of this institution for the present year when formerly the city subsrib ed t6OO it would be necessary to raise subscriptiunpelled to close its doors Mr Bennett spoke of the superb management of the Institution and the untiring energy displayed by the lady managers to in our midst this greatest of Richmonds public benefactorsSpeeches endorsing this beneficent work were made by Judge J C Chen ault Messrs 0 C Wallace W L Crutcher R W Miller Rev J W Crates Rev EE Weaver Judge C H Breck and Senator G W Gates after which Mr W L Crutcher came forward with a subscription pap and recorded in less than twenty minutes 20i1 more than was requested to donate It is very gratifying to all friends of the Infirmary to know that onr citizens responded so liberally to this worthy cause and this feelingfornency In this junneclion the CLIMAX otTers this suggestion which we believe will for all time settle the contra versy that comes up annually belore the City Council for the appropriation for the maintenance of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Let the ladies of the petitionsinbe held at the next municipal election to submit to the voters of the city of Richmond the proposition to give to the Infirmary Association a stated sum annually for the support of the institd tion and let the amount given become one of the fixed charges against the city thereby removing the annual request for the appropriation Such ac tion will not only he a great relief to tho ladies of the Infirmary but will remove an obligation from the City Council and will be conclusive evI- dence that the taxpayers of Richmond desire the maintenance of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Ladles Exchange Miss Margaret Parrish will open a Ladies Exchange and Short HandJ School in the Hobson llklg September 3rd The Exchange will be open to receive members Aug Both and 31 St Accidentally Kills Himself Rufus Turner colored of the Tates Creek locality accidentally ebot him self Saturday night with a 44calibre revolver death resulting instantly Tamer dropped a cigar he was smoking and fn attempting to pick it up his pistol fell from his pocket and was dis charged the ball entering his nostrils and passing entirely through his head PERSONAL- Mr and Mrs Louis Todd arc atI French Lick SprIngs Mr J B Morris of La Grange Is a guest of WP BaxterIMrs John W Ainold Is spending the week in Mt Sterling Mr Richard Bush of Lexington spent Sunday In this city Miss Mary Miller is visiting the Misses Henna in Mrs B W Turner and children are visiting relatives in Winchester Mr and Mrs W P Williams of Irvine were nthC city Monday Mr and Mrs L R Blanton have returned from French LlckSprlngst Miss Lelia Beatty has returned homo after a six weeks visit Va L v tMr LP Adams left last week for a ten days stay tt the Worlds fair f Mrs Ji D Dykes and family return ed Monday sight from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Dr JejepJMii John Beck are vis iting t1r brother Rev OdandBeck Jfudlir i M Keataa ofI J v iJr J 50For 75 cts1f t ji WI j 1 u 50uj fre 50 4 tii w Ik J o r j it 4 SHtgreat t i Childrens price IVrf l i llf i accidentally f r Harrodsburg Winchester arc visitingrelatives hereMiss Lelia Harris left yesterday morning for a visit to the Worlds fair Mrs J W Bruce of Canton Ohio is visiting her mother Mrs Mary BoltonMr Boyd Wagers has returned from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard SpringsMr Mrs W S Oldham are enjoying pleasant stay at Drennon SpringsMiss Carlisle Walter has returned from a visit to Miss Carrie Uoone of Louisville Mrs W SMontgomery and children are guests of Mr and Mrs W R Letchcr Sr Mrs A D Miller who has been quite sick for the past ten days is much better Mr and Mrs Cale Shearer have as their guests Rev and Mrs Stafford of Louisville Misses Lee Prather and Callie Adams returned Monday from the Worlds Fair Mr Robert Taylor of Clark county was a guest last week of his brother Dr T J Taylor Mr Clare Bush and jsister Miss Gussie are visiting friends and rela tires in Winchester The Walters School Next Term Begins Tuesday September 6 1904 rASeT BARRETT Prlri Richmond Ky Mrs Leander Davidson of Lancaster is visiting her daughter Mrs Z T Rico on Broadway Mr E V Elder and daughter Miss Mattie left last week for a ten days stay in New York City Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead returned Tuesday night from a visit to relatives In Nicholasville Mrs D G Martin has returned to Conwayafter a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs J C Chenault Mr LR Herrington of Macon Ga has joined his wife who is spending thesummer in this city Mr James T Morgan and wife of London aro visiting his sister Mr N B Jones at Rfd House Mrs Prycr R Beard and son of Shelby vl lie are guestsothmformers- sister Mrs JIughJMcLellan Mr Dan Morgan qtid sister Alzie have eenvlsithiglthe Misses Nannle- and Elzle Jones atjrRedsHouse Mrf and MrsR J McKce iitd Mhms Lydia McKecnro spending several days at FrenckLlck Springs v Mr William Shearer of Lexington spent last Wednesday mingling with friends and relatives In this city Mrs Lizzte r Wilson and little son Tipton of Mt Sterling are guests of Mrs J C Cheaaalt ca North street Mr Mrs Cokaaa Adams ot Cl vel dQltloare visiting tb for era bretlMf P X A4w8 and MU lIy Mr and Mrs J W Masters and son Herbert left yesterdaymorning for a ten days stayat the Worlds fairMr and Mrs Willis Hisle have re turned home after a visit to their daughter and other relatives in Mis souriMr G E Dozier formerly of Red House but now of Jefferson Oakla homa is visiting relatives in the countyMiss Elizabeth Covington of Rich mond was in the city yesterday on a short shopping tripLexington Democrat Mr and MrsCEBarclay and sonof Stanford are guests of Mr and Mrs Clifton Burgin and other relatives in the County Master Joe Thurman the Iron Kingof Madison countyhas returned from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Misses Mary Crutcher Ormie Hodgkin and Mrs John Clelland of Winchester aro visiting Mrs John Turleyon Aspen Avenue Mrs Ella Farley and son John William have returned from a pleas antvislt to relatives in Clark Fay etto and Jessamine counties Miss Belle March accompanied by her niece Miss Caroline Farley left Saturday for a visit to her sister Mrs H B Land in Nicholasville Mrs C C Wallace and son William Mr and Mrs Wm Luxon and Misses Bettie Breck and Willie Tiay nor left yesterday for the Worlds FairMr and Mrs P E Cartwxight returned Wednesday to their home in Decatur Alabama after a two weeks visit to their daughter Mrs Herman FrasaMrs Thomas King who has been with her aunt Mrs Claude Smith for the past two months left Monday for a visit to her mother Mrs Rose Wagers near Irvine It will be gratifying news to his many friends to know that Mr T T Covington wires from St Louis that his son who has been dangerously ill for the past three weeks is better Mr B H Howe soninlaw of Mr John Taylor left Tuesday for Perth Ont where he has accepted a situa tion with the R W Marks Opera Co Mrs Howe will join her husband later in the season Mrs B L Middelton of Richmond arrived Wednesday to visit her par ents Mr and Mrs D N Sharp Miss Elsie Fitzpatrick Of Richmond and Mrs H W Price returned Mon day from the Worlds Fair Shelby Record Mr Weber Hamilton who had charge of the store of Hamilton Lackey Co has closed out and returned to Richmond We found this firm to be gentlemen in every sense of the word and good business people and we are loth to see them leave us but they know best Carlisle Mercury GOODS RAPS Mr B L Middelton a leading drug gist of Richmond was in the city Wednesday on business H II Frasa a well known grocer of Rich mond accompanied by his wife and aunt Miss Jane Frasa were at the l44 Leland Wednosday Mr Frasa is here to buy groceries and is combin lu ing pleasure with J ton Leader l Versailles Commandery No3 t Knightii Templar is already makingIplans for attending the 1U06 Conclave of the Grand Commandery Kentuc ky which meets in Richmond next May Sir Knights Chas M Harris and Breck B Smith went to Richmond Thursday and engaged the residence and grounds of Dr Evans for Versailles iheadquarters This is one of tho firest old homes Richmond with very large yard and isadmirably sf1 for entertainln on a 1jthereWoodford Mrs R P Wagers has returned from Richmond where she has seen visiting Mrs Claude Smith Mis Bernice Taylor of Richmond was this guest of Misses Minnie and Alice Davidson last week returning home Monday Mr and Mrs W W Pigg ter a very pleasant weeks visit with IS L Tudor and family Miss Fan nie Wilson Richmond was visiting relative in Irvine last week She assisted the choir during the institute and was the recipient of many com Pi pliment for a solo rendeicd at the open session Estill County Herald w MONGER JULY JJjlLE in the history of this stores sensational sale have we presented such r Eltempting values for the women of Richmond and vicinity This means that our stock must b- eReduced r ib3I El EilrI at Once T- It means the lowest prices ever given on wellbought merchandises It means l61J pHJEjl that our modest prices have been deeply cut into It means that you shouldat fr r tend this sale day 6 No manufacturers costs off but our closely ISJSJ jglqijpCut to the Quick in Prices itJDRY NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS V c in businessLexing in arIof 0Nevery moneywise 1II Purses Belts Readymade Waists Wrappers Muslin Underwear White Goods Lawns Suitings Ginghams Summer Corsets Baby Ij i Caps Fans Bonnets Silk Gloves Handkerchiefs Factcy Ribbons Silk dine Dusters Shirt Waist Suitings Gents Underwear VL ORUTCHER G W EVANS JR New FirmAND cj A Magnificient Stock of Goods t Everything beautiful for the home c can be found in our store t r- A llvtand our prices WI I everybodytCL JWeare at home at Joplins old standon 1 Main street and we guarantee the best r and most polite attention JJ New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines i25 30 and 351u11 Ball Bearings I give us a call Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky Owing to the Success Attained at our Sale we have decided to continue our Sale for 71 Few Days Longer to give the people of Richmond and vicinity an opportunity to purchsise the gramlestBARGAINS in DRY GOODS Etc that were ever presented We will maintain our low prices until our shelves are clear to make room for our Fall Stockwhich is constantly arriving AVe desire to thank those who have been responsive to our Sale and hope for a continuation of your patronage White GibsonLea- ders in Dry Goods RICHMOND KENTUCKY zeJirksolile School 3o XOS aT s G P Simmons Principal MARK S PECKHAM Met Frfa MISS ADA ALLEN Prte Dcp4 tl Mask Incidental Fees All brides 50 per All fees in Advance Tuition Fees B Prfaary S 10 00 Per Term A Primary 15 00 B Grammar 15 00 A 15 0- 0tIIgiMei 20 00 IndaaJtoeiBtrtMMBte 20 00 Kwrallinent last Year 101 We oxpoot td increase it largely this year decidingwhtcontrolledFrom Monday to Friday 75 Full Week 2 50 Stud for Catalogue and investigate G P SIMMONS PrincipalKIRKSVILLE KY 1212J2 i7i7Z7T9Z7Z7i7 I CLOTHES I f8wz1 f17 THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest andmost stylish goods f We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock furnishingsgoods pri- cesStouffer Mahler MERCHANT TAIIORSI OUT IN CALIFORNIAThe Will bo Ltiltl early in the fall Thousands are going Its a good time There is no doubt but that all Amciicans do opportunityJR I tionalv low rates announced for this occasion I System cents The Rock Island Routes via Memphis through the Great Southwest via ColoradoVia tI rickets on Sale August 15 to September JO Bates from your home town on request r9 Hv Lee f Gen Pass Agt v kittle Rock ArM Tern Payable Grammar and good H L McGuireDist Agfc nc1nL1IOot Big Hill Coal Co RETAIL YARD DepotOld ALNITE COALBe- stand Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93 H F BARKER Agt I Spring is Comb I renovatingofnew iu the way of WWmllrn mD l mJ everythingsmallest piece up to the most massive Bed = room Suits DressingTubles yOddIrvinestreetsFull and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most wanttoW1 S1 OLDHAM J t s LET us make you an estimate on the finish for that house you are building our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EMatatCtORR Lexington Kentucky i i of Illinois Central Railroad 50 00 Chicago 55 50 Louisville California and Returna August J904Return SleepersSpecialand eachWeekOnly line rutiumg through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas To Social Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect yinSouth and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas o Farming in the South IsutngmonthlyandLouisianainclusiveandfoldersdescriptiveroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Kv A vegetable liquid for governing or equalizing the How womens menses occur once in fevery lunar month BRADFIELDSFemale is the essential quality of powerful herbs adaptedfortuch form that it is always properly a systemStoppagesIirregularity menses and sickly flows are corrected and cured by the regular emmenagogueMenstruation necessitate a breaking down of cells lining the mucous membrane and a reconstruction after every sickness which is accompanied with marked congestion loss produceWhites is the result of these irritating discharges Regulator cures these troubles and restores to perfect health the patient who suffered the debilitating losses Buy of druggists Jroo per bottle Our illustrated book mailed free Perfect Heath for AVomen THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR co AUuta II Annoncucmcnts ron CONGRESS We are anthorized to annoande lion D L forCofDemocratlcWe are authorized to sonounce H HELM of Lincoln county a candidate for Congress from this the Right Congressional District Bnbjectjto the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce HON O O ucceedhimselfDistrict subject to the action of the Demo cratic party PRANSTURNER oftheFOR CITY ATTORNEY EROBERTSject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE CCHENAULT i County Judge fit Madison Subject tothe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE N Countyparty FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RLJorCllERto the action of the Democraticparty HCROOKEsubject to the action ef the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party SHERIFFWe JNO W MadisonCountysubJectParty We are authorized to announce B B Million subjedCOtYERDemocraticpartyFOR COUNTY CLERK SECORBto the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party OCURRYDemocraticpartyWe are authorized to announce G W Madisonocityparty We are authorized to announce N B JONE CoontysuJecWe are authorized to annonnce J B DOZIER countysubJect ROSSact to the action of the Democatlc party MORGANTAYLORconnty subjet to the action of the Democraticparty UPARItISHcounty subJect to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic party HKENNEDYcountyublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party s e are authorized to annonnce J R PARKS countyubiect TERRILlconnty subject to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce W T DUERSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison DemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN Publicaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BEN F ofPublicthe action of the Democratic party JOHNNOLAND toheFOR ASSESSOR LIIAKRIIfsor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN countysubject PGOLDENconnty subject to the action of the Democratic party PWAOBlt8acandidateforAseisorof county snbject to vho action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce 8 P GOOD countysubject Mrs tie km Impp Has taken a home during the Fair at 4310 Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City KILLTHECOUCHANI I KingsNow BJ3I II50cll aUeltt nct Quicket Cure for aU- rX1WAT and LUXG nwu- LR or MONZYEA- OLLr J QWckW c 6 BATTLE WITH MOONSHINE iI Revenue Officer McCoy Shot Twice andlSeriously Wounded Lexington1 Ky Aug 18 Deputy Revenue Collector J L MaCoy aided by and Henry Freeman of Bfeathitt county engaged in a desperate with moonshiners at the head of the Licking river In which McCoy received two loads from a shotgun inflicting a scalp wound gras ing the top of his lead and the other penetrating the back some of the lead entering the stomach The revenue man and his assistants had been searching for the sun for the past week and had just discovered It at the head of a deep ravine which could only be approached from one dl rection the sides and end being protected by precipitous mountain bluffs When the posse arrived they found it deserted although signs of a hasty departure were evident The posse proceeded to break up the still with axes but as soon as the first destruc tive blow had been struck a shot rang but and McCoy fell He soon realized that his wound was not a serious one and while giving orders to his assist ants the second shot was fired which compelled McCoy to retreat Henry Freeman dashed out of the building and rushed tip the hill whence the shots came He ran upon four men in ambush and enn a fusllado upon them with a revolver The moonshin ers beat a retreat into the woods and escaped tFreeman returned to the sun and assisted the others In completely demol ishing it One of tho large vats contained 1000 gallons of beer and an other a large quantity of whisky Mc Coy reached Jackson Wednesday where ha was given surgical treatment It is not believed that his wounds will prove fatal The identity of the moonshiners is said to be known to the officers and as soon as McCoy is able to start out again ho will go after them- IGNORE THE WRIT Dr Hunter Given the Certificate of Nomination MJddlesboro Ky Aug 18 Although the Eleventh congressional committee was enjoined from meeting here Wed nesday by Judge Faulkner of the Lau rel circuit court the members disregarded the order and organized for businessAt oclock Judge Faulkner Issued a mandatory Injunction against them clUng them to appear before him at Barbourvllle This they also dlsre guarded and conUnued to canvass the returns of the congressional primary and finally decided that Hunter had 191 majority and gave him the certificate of nomination There were only 11 of the 19 committeemen present The Edwards men characterize the ac lion as an outrage The Death Penalty A little tiling sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Bucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when flume Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at R 0 Stocktons drug store 1m Public Sale OF Landand Personal Property As Executor ot Mrs Marion F Yates the undersigned willat the old Yates home place near Crooksville Madison county Ky on Saturday Sept 3 04 at 10 oclock a m proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and bee bidder the following property viz A Farm- on Muddy Oreek near Crnoksville in Madison county Ky containing Two Hunared and Seventyeight 278 Acres and adjoining the lands of Mrs I ida Harris B F Crooke Mrs Martha B Maupin and others and known as the placeThe and- si well watered and in a high state of cultivation bout 18 acres now in placehasall necessary outbuildings Also at the same time and place there will be sold One Tract of Timber Land near Red Lick Springx in Madison county Ky adjoining the lands of W J Good Robert Hill and others This is a well timbered tract of land without improvements containing 226 acres Anyone desiring to see tIles places wilt call on J C Yates near Crooksville Ky Said lands will be sold separately tor the highest and best bidder on eqnal credits of six and twelve months with six per cent interest from January 1st 1905 until paid The purchasers to give bond with approved securi y and a lien to be retained on said laud until all the purchase mouey is paid Poss fssion to be given on January 1st 1005 The purchaser to have the right to BOW grain this fall Also at the same time and place we will sell the Personal Property consisting of 1 horse and uggy 1 two horse wagon farming implements and household and kitchen furniture All sales of personal property for less than 10 to be cash over thatxmnnnt time will be given till January 1 1905 provided a note with good security is givenNo personal to be removed until paid for or satisfactory noto arranged J C Yates Mrs Margaret Bales Executors Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive ol suicide had been discovered will interest many A run down i system or despondency invariably pre cede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of sell destruction take Electric Bitters It a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and buildup the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney reg JUnrlteedFor bale rriratelT j I wilt all privately my house and lot on flight street Good cistern anti all offruilForJCjtf Alfred Douglas Sr We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Hurries Buggies and runs bouts than we now have on display in our show room It wiil pay you to ex amine them before We also tlo repairing and rejoining in best nan nera at moderate prices The best rub her tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us WorksISeed Rye For Sale Embry cc Arbuckle Richmond Ky Phone 227a 17a4t Puts an End to it All A grievous wail oftimes comes M a result ot unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they ptetaa MId to it all They are Otjy26cMilt 1M H Mprice I of QC gO II IForthe modest residence or pala J 2 cooking range consideredI ofI I everywhere theI marketArbuckle Simmons Great Sacrifice Sale of New LOTIlING 25000 worth of clothing Regardless of Gost We show Thousands of Mens worth 15 18 and 20 BOYSSUITSat worth 150 and At this sale every cents brings you J We Sole in for Alfred Benjamin CosCLOTHING LOUIS X GUS STRAUS For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf Mi s Laura R Bright LiWire Lam agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address- J D LONG iyll0t lyr RicLmondKy FightTwo and stubborn fight with an abscess on my right lunp writes J F Hughes of Du Pont G and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption The benefit I myfeetgained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and nil Throat and Lung troublps Guaranteed by R C Stockton Price 60c and 1 Trial bottles free un For Rent Four elegant office rooms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son 18mytf Tolephone 212 TO THOSE tto the celebrated Page Wire Fence rf T1 JjjHJJL1 Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbnckle Simmons Bearer A Hamilton OFinnel J W Mater J V Whltlock John btapp Burton Roberts JWTeater J W Prewitt 2jA Wearren CU UcWharter Bickner ft Early LT Coy Red Bonse- ValleWIew Rnthton Wallaceton J SO YEARS I EXPERIENCE I PATENTS T61lRADC MARKS p DESIGNS IccAyooeOleklT awwrtaln our opinion free wbether an ommnnleaUlUtQ patentsrMte tKSdtItifltHlltrkai A ha4om lr IBuetrst4 weekly largest drml tfcni of any Ki atMe annul Terms W a NUTS four neths u aUbyafl jMWidst HH m Cfl frMMMMmBMrHWMUlatMBQ i 0 a should be least ot nil by a family small means I To the cost oi a cheap range anti the cost of wasted fuel and re t jpairs and in the end it has cost Imore than The Majesticthe stan 5 dard Because the Majestic is built righ2aII heat properly distributed it will pay for itself in fuel saved several itimes during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP aEST BUT LEAST EX lfe PENSIVE Call and see them at I Iour store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on tho t Sole Agents Richmond Ky 11- g t 0 0 4 T Suits at 999 Young Mens Suits 5 worth 7 8 and JO BOYS WASH PANTS 5 Cents 50 back are Agents Kentucky FINE wishing purchase Ii t Call and see the a 5 TOkI o- t evEit use itif jf f IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK which absorbs all the moisture and makes i- teokss a 5Vect t We have these Refrigerators porcelain lined ffanclined D1B Sliflckelford Co There is nothing like Good FLOUR t Every housewife every cook knows that Good Qakes RUs J Biscuits a cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that c nite hado Our process for making Flour and Meafis of the IatestcOur brands are ElHston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madisona MADE BY THE Eliiston Mill Co Yi J 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