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iIqtis 90 LoutsTIUa AU M beS Lot4iHm LeLrnte aM- JuIt II = 1iM a4 GHteeOW1I OLlI u IfM4dtJlPoeJltSaeMr Dte y4lieL leholuyl11ateto oM aM Ive4sS tiy except 5aCc4- 37tiLi S QwvlM4WSir yLAaO M j1a X r X OiirT X W pC wIIo b- WEAYWJPa LaMsvias Jbk = J BATTLE OF RICHMOND As many persons have heard of the Battle of Richmond from those who remember it I thougllt 1 would write a de scription of this exciting affair A week previous the Union forces which were principally raw levies from Indiana encampted in the east end of town on what is now the Estill edition Dilling ham edition andthe depot of the Louisville and Nashville railroad The battle was fought on the lastSaturday in August 1862 Saturday a week previous to the battle the Federal cavalry under Medcalfencountered the Con federate cavalryinder in tr pidSeott atBijIil1 ffil werebeaten and worsted and come into town in a demoralized condition This cavalry detachment held the pass from the mountainous couutiy to the Blue Grass region while thousands of infantry were marching onward through the mountains from West Vir giniapreparatory to engaging the Union forces located in Richmond On Friday after noon and night the Federals marched out and selected ground for their battle array between Hays Fork Creek and Mt Zion Christian church seven miles from the city Here they usiladed each other for several minutes The Confederates bringing their field pieces and locating them upon the high ground immediately this side of Kingston from this vantage ground shelled the Federal ranks which stood firm for some time until preceivirig Scotts cavalry making a de tour to surround or cut them off began to retreat toward the city making stands at various places on the route The battle was a running fight all day At the suburbs of Richmond in the cemetery the beautiful city of the dead the Federals made their last and most determ I d stand behind the monuments and pine trees being seconded by a battery on their righ which the Confederates charged and captured and then charged the Federal linesih the ceme tery and broke them and sent the troops broken and routed through the city Detachments of them retreated along the Lexington Otter Creek and Tates Creek pikes On the Lexington pike Scotts cavalry which had detoured all day for several miles succeeded in surrounding the broken troopscapturingsome two thousand The detach ment that followed the Tates Creek pike were protected at Valley View by a battery which reenforcements from Lexington had planted to command the road and ferry On perceiving this the Confeder ates hauled a cannon to the topofa hill on this side of the positionafter the exchange of a few volleys The Rebels charged across the river which was low up the hill with their terrible yell but on arriving to the summit not a blue coat was to wwJkllrs lifeIs enough aa ills 1tis to her that we our world and everything should bo made as easy as possiblo for her at the of childbirth This is just what OTHERS V FRIEND will do RwiU make ifbabys coming easy nd and that without tak tog jikngerops drugs Into the sys tern Itis sirhplyto be applied to the thuKcles abdomen It cartyingstrengtbIt strengthens prevents alt of the discomforts of pregnancy mother ofa plumb babe in Panama Mo aysuIhave used Mothers Friend can praise it highly Get Mothers rrtwht tfw Drug Stere1 per bottle The Br dfleM RIMr Ce ATLANTAIGA- WrI fooatf i9hiMsd k- Bofcw Bftfey it MsnL 0 be seen They went in posthaste toward Lexington halt ing only when they had placed the broad Ohio river between them and the victorious RebelsThe writer then achildwell remembers the excitement on tIle town during the day as the news came by runners or couriers that the Federals were retreating and the dreadful Rebels were advanc big upon the town The writers father being a strong Union man fled from town to Boonesboro when the last stand was made at the cemetery and bullets were nff in every direction over the city All that night and next day small parties of- roopsiaieaby4loonesboro Most of the soldiers had thrown away their guns And I well remember how old Mrs Harris who was a strong Un ionist taunted them as being cowards by throwing away their guns so they could flee faster and calling those who had retained their guns brave lads The wounded were brought into town and hospitals were improvised for them The principal one being Madison Female Institue andmany who died from the effects of their wounds found a resting place in our beautiful city of thedead General John Miller commander of our countyma litia recieved a mortal wound upon the field of battle while trying to rally the shattered FederaJ ranksof which wound he died some fortnights after wardThe victory at Richmond gave the Rebels control of Kentucky for two months un til they were defeated at Per ryville and driven from the StateThe writer in his travels in Ohio has met several old soldiers who were in the battle upon that exciting day and remembered its stirring eyents The monuments in the cemetery attested the terribleness of the affray by the black marks left by the powder stain of the bullets which lasted for years And Mt Zion church had a can non ball pass through its walls which was a momento for sev eral years of the terrible struggleSeveral years after the event many who were buried here were taken by their people and buried atthcir former homes At present all signs of the event have passed and peace reigns over the land And the blue and the gray have kissed and shaken hands over the bloody chasm and are brothers again and we hope for ever and wish never to again see such a bloody in terracine struggle in this beautiful land the home of the brave and land of the free- In the dawning of the morning The soldiers were called to arms By the drums loud tattoo And the bugles loud thrill notes To meet the advancing foe To some it was their last on earth For they slept in mother earth Sleep on take thy long rest In thy dark lowly charnel pause No more for thee the drums tattoo Or the bugles long shrill notes No more for the wars alarms For you sleep the long sleep till Judg ment day EDWIX B ora FARMERS TELEPHONE COMPANIES Telephones in many villages of the Western States are cir cuited through the wire fences in dry weather such lines are serviceable for ten to fifteen miles Much better results are had in wet weath er or dry when wooden poles are used A Farmers Company the Bainbridge in Geauga county Ohio has a hundred subscribers at the low rental of 12 a year pay ably in advance Every bodys Magazine i Senator Platt says it is in conceivable that Cuba should reject the United States over tures fora protectorate and should prefer to paddle its own canoe Why is it incred ible If we were Cubans should we do otherwise Waldersee remember thatit is liigh time that a close season foe Chi ese game abp ld be offered if the Tace ja to beYM Iron extermi Ilt4011- i u 4i yj Pityand BeautyThe the world is 1 the baby all dimples and joy The most pitiful thing is that same baby thin and in pain And the mother does not know that a little fat makes all the difference Dimples and joy have gone and left hollows and fear the fat that was comfort and color and curve aU but pity and loveis gone The little one gets no fat from her food There is some thing wrongjitis either her food or foodmill She has hadno fat for weeks is living on what she had stored in that plump little body of hers and that is gone She is starving for fat it is death be quick Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take it will save her pictnreoItIf you have not tried it send agreeabltasteSCOTT is BOWNE Chemists409 Pearl St N Y SOC and S 100 all druggists u FOOLS OR KNAVES Which of The Two is The More Harmful in The Domestic Circles tiJ1bdelphla Times An old question often asked is which do most harm to the world fools or knaves But old as it is no one has yet answered it satisfactorily to all that is authoritatively and decisively And no one can for it is one of those questions which depend on circum stancesone of those seesaw conditions where now one is uppermostandnow the other and no one ron say which is supremeThe who are many with the best intentions in the world work infinite mischief even to those they love best and would serve most loyally For onething as a rule they are chatterboxes and let out every thing they ought to keep to themselves If they are your guests meaning no harm they gossipabout your domes tic affairs discuss your character tell all the little circum stances of your daily lifeand being fools unwittingly dis tort all they relate and exag gerated into importance the veriest trifles that may have occurred A sharpened ac cent inn hasty contradiction even good folk are given to these puny bursts of irrita tionis made into the sure sign of deep seated disagree ment and you and your husband who live like turtle doves in the main with just an occasional very occasional peck are presented to society as profoundly inharmonious and always quarreling You cannot quite understand what your sympathetic friends would be at when they speak to you compassionately sign and say Poor dear You do not know why you should be pitied not having over heard your fool when he or she reported that little scene at table where you had per haps blunderingly perhaps obstinately maintained that the shield was red when your husband declared it was blue Thus the little spurt came and the fire died down as soon as it was kindled like a match that fool made it into aserious conflagration and only one of many like unto it So with all your domestic concerns in detail if you have a fool as your guestone who does not understand the very alphabet of good breeding in the reticence imposed on all who are admitted into the intimacy of a family A fool ol this kind is mis chievous beyond all after remedy In this gossip mongering world of ours it needs butt sl itost puk to set the snow tiitt Jjhi Utng when it pnMMg0b tilt it is out r of all proportion with the original nucleus A great many of those disastrous surmises and those evil reports which flit about the world like specters in the twilight are the undesigned workof fools fools as foolish as wsjs that silly knave who used his mas ters formula to call up a de mon water carriera bheesti not quite after the pattern of good old eathen Gunga Din and could not lay him again though well nigh drowned by the creature he had invoked Between a fool and a knave then as a guest the fool is the worst because the knave cannot do more harm and tIle chances are that having brains and counting the cost and the gain of hisjowji agr tiohshewill refrain from set ting about lies which will do him nQ good and may come smashing back on his own pate in the form of an action for libel with damages to follow The Standard Oil Company in Washington has been warn ing patrons of an independent concern that they will be blacklisted and when the smaller company has been de stroyed will not be allowed to buy oil from the monopoly This is what we are rapidly coming to in many things be sides oil Yon will waste time if you try to cure indigestion or dyspepsia by starving yourself That only makes It worse when you do eat heartily You always diIresult of years of scientific research for something that woulii digest not only wine elements of food but every kintt And it is the one remedy that will do it Perry Thomas Since Kitchener has sued for peace only to have his terms rejected by the Boers and Russia shows no indications of backing down at Tientsin it might be well for Britain to begin to question the accuracy of its prophecy system hLat winter I was confined to my lungNothingwife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cura that effected a speedy cure I cant ot speak too highly of that excel lent remedy Mr T Houseman Manatawney Pa Perry Thomas In Canadareporters are excluded from the House Of Commons until after prayers are over Probably Canadian newspaper men are considered past praying for Skin troubles cuts burns scands and chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel SalvI It is imitated Be sure you get DeWitts Perry Thomas If Britain could have kept that unfortunate news back for a while she might have floated a new loan on the strength of her prophecy mill Those famous little piils DeWills Little Early Risers will remove all impurities from your system cleanse yonr bowels make them regular Perry Thomas Filipinos in several islands have been ordered to concen trate themselves ingarrisned townson pain of being consid ered rebels on failure to obey Yet it has been only ttiree years since we went to war with Spain for permitting Weyler to do this very thing The Wheat Outlook Mr H F Hillenmeycr of Lexing ton in discussing the wheat outlook IIJnkes the following observation r To look casually over tho fields just now Is anything but encouraging They are brown bare and in strong contrast to their appearance n year ago when every farmer was struggling with the question to graze or not to graze The winter has not been a cold one but since November 20 very dry with no snow and many sharp frosts a reg ular Western winter In fact all save the cold and snow The drill marks are as deep today as when the seed was committed to the earth The plants are in the bottom of the drill marks sound and vital hut with frost ed leaves and giving no apparent evi dence of capability to yield a hundred fold The weather last fall was very dry very warm and the fly abundant From infested fields it is hoping against hope to expect great yields But in dry tiuies farmers are disposed to seed deeply nhich is all right if weather conditions favor afterwards but un fortunately this was not the case last year Time rains like the breaking of the doctors chaise came all in a lump and came so gently and so copiously that the earth packed like a vise around the deeply sowed plants and as was expected by everyone familiar with the ininntia of secdsowhllt they damped Many fields entirely free of fly suf feted from this error fn seeding and such may yet return excellent yields What thefinal outcome wilt be no one can yet forecastdut the fear of fly Is overestimated It w a question of tern pearature and humidity Should the spring be wet and warm there will Ix little tillering of the plant but iM- mediate joint lag and aUght trdsstraw should the eprlis gbewltr- elllUd w fonc continued ths pM1 wo 14 tiltor laisIyid ft p14 rat a a 0 4 A LUXURY WITHIN TIlE REACH OF ALL packages is the form in thi excellent is sold WOOLSON SPICE CC ToLEDO OHIO v aij Madisons Health Report In the current issue of Public Health Reports published at Washington un der the direction of the SurgeonGen eral of the United Slates Marine Hos pital Is the following from Richmond In this Madison county in a popu lation of 25C07 there have been re ported 700 cases of influenza or la grip Of these 63 per cent have been mild cases 20 per cent severe but uncompli cated 17 per cent complicated with pneumonia measles and bronchitis mortality 4 percent Treatment has been variable with stimulants free purgation nut antip relics The disease appeared Into in December 1900 and prevailed for six weeks The sanitary condition has been good but not the best and the weather has been very unfavorable to health Kentucky Press Association Trip The annual trip of the Kentucky Press Association was arranged by the Executive Committee which met ini Louisvillo last week and efforts are be jug made to make it the most successful in the history of the Association The editors and families are to meet in Madisonvilie the first week in July and at the conclusion of tile business session a flying trip will bo made across the continent The route chosen will bo tile L and N from Madisonvilie to St Louis the Iron Mountain to Pueblo and tile Denver and Rio Grande 10 Den veT The return trip will be made over the same lines This enjoyable tour will consume twelve days and be an occas ion long lo be remembered by the par ticipants Absinthe tbe habit of drink ing which is growing in America is said to make the man who drinks it a bigger idiot than he was before This however seems impos sible Consideringtheignominious way in which Tom Platt was routed by Secretary Root possibly Governor Odell may venture to brace up a little and not bow down every time the boss says boo Many a schoolgirl is said to be lazy and P shiftless when she doesnt deserve r the least bit of it She cant study easily 7 falls asleep is nervous and tired all the time And what can you expect Her brain is being fed with impure blood and her whole is suffering from poisoning Such girls are wonderfully helped and greatly changed by taking Hundreds of thousandsI I of schoolgirls have taken 4 it during the past 50 years 41 Many of these girls now I have homes of their own I They remember what I cured them and now II they give the same medi- cineI to theirown children 1 You can to trust a I Sarsaparilla that has been 1 tested for half century I UM a Mtte fcnWs I If your bowels are conwi pated take Ayers Pills You cant have good health unless y have daily action Ofl1c- boWelsH taaftM myg7ieiaN MN Ileal rIf you lw omfl M lM4v r ii h14 u1aohtce JIHI a neatas write cie 7uIt noln a ftwspt 1 y Lown faH l THE lion does picket duty for you and prevents adulteration and impurity from entering into your pack ofLION COFFEE When you buy an unbroken package of LION COFFEE you have coffee that is absolutely pure strong and invigor ating A single pound makes 40 cups No other coffee will go so far You will never know what it is like till you try it LION COFFEE is not a glazed compound but a pure coffee and noth ing but coffee I dipthclistbysimplywhich only which coffee system AYQF3sarsaariii afford AN INVITATION To ride in one of elegant Phaetons is always appreciated by those who like comfort and ease while driv ing We have the handsomest stock of Buggies Phaetons stir reys Buckboards Traps Car riages Dog Carts c that has ever been seen in Richmond Every vehicle in our shop is made rightWE KNOW nOW We carry a complete stock of Trimming Material Iron Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock The gentlemen having charge of this department have had years of experience in the largest Car riage Works in the United States and can furnish the citizens of Madison and adjoining counties Vehicles that cannot be excelled in workmanship beauty or comfort at prices much cheaper than would be asked elsewhere Kentucky igo Works O The Richmond Climax PopretorATUOS H riCKELS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY APRIL 3t 1001 rOHLRtUKDJCVEBV VrKIWICSUAY liT The Climax Printing Co PRICK PElt YTflAU 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET TOnCOOSTT JODQB NBTURPIN tfFOBCbCHTY ATTORNEY J TEVI8 COBB FOR SHERIFF I JOHN F WAGERS FOR JAILEB JAMES a LACKEY FOR CLERK JESSE COBB FOR BBPBBSBNTAT1VB CIIAS TOp SCHOOL 8CPKRISTBNDEST J W WAGERS von ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOR KCBVKTOB 8 P ROCK FOR COBONBB CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS FoR CITY ATTORKET TALDOlJorace of City Attorney subject to the action ol the Democrat Ic party CWKLT8Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party BLRTIIERJrsubject to the action of the Democrat pearly CALL FOR MR WOODS To TIe Climax Many citizens together with a great many others who have not had an oppor tunity to subscribe most earnestly and respectfully iall upon Mr Clarence E Woods to make the rare for Mayor of the city of Richmond Ky On every sUe we hear earnest and sincere expressions of citzens who de sire Mr Woods to be our next Mayor We respectfully ask him to give this matter cattest consideration and make4 tne race on tho Democratic ticket His past actions ehowp that he has the Interest of the entire city and each individual citizen at heart and wo be have that he would make a most ef ficiont faithful anti successful ollicer if elected Respectfully MANY VOTERS OPINIONS differ as to time agency which saved the Union from its threatened isfiolulioii in the civil struggle of tho sixties Somo ascribe it to the genius of Grant the consummate art of Sherman in his march to the sea or the brilliant dash of Sheridan in the Shenandoah Others as stoutly affirm that only the Southern lack of men nnd shortage of supplies prevented Bheultimste victory which the getter nlsliip of Lee the hilhiance of JnckRoii and the bravery of Stuart and Forest had well nigh won But in our opinion Northern triumph wa tho result oJ an entirely different can I Out titan did more to aid Federal arms than all her Generals combined and to him should VG given the glory lhat illumines many n general of infinitely less worth to tlc Union than ho His name which ia known to hilt few is not eueof those around which the Goddess of War has cast the glamour of hero worship nor is it mentioned in the archives of our government or enrolled in the annals of time JaJJjul On the contrary its posseept unhonored and un sung was gathered last week to his fathers and the places that knew him know him no more In the death of Thornton F Marshallof Augusta Ky perished tireal savior of Ms nation and time man who decided her fate In the early days of 01 when the war drum was throbbing its bloody message ot carnage and fratricide to be tho great commonwealth of Bluegrassand flour bon was divided on tho momentous question of secession Her Southern blood was fired amid she longed to CIF BrowerCOJ LEXINGTON KY Do You Need a Carpet Why not make your selection now We have all the styles and gradesi No better grades ever shown No better values ever of fered No better prices were ever offered Never have firstclass Car pets been sold at the prices we are now making novel have the patterns been so beautiful the quality so excellent or the price so attractive Buy your Carpet nowtittL4 AnT Juke your home more sttraetive and your wife happy s CFliowerSCo IIt Alir AND BROADWAY LKzoTow Xy r L iL i thrown aside neutrality and espouse one side of the warring factions Kin shipancestry and tradition urged many of her sons to declare for Dixie while others as strenuously opposed any severing of time bonds that linked Ken tucky to time Union The matter was argured pro and con before her Legislature with much warmth of feel inj and bitter partisan vinilictiveness When a vote was taken its result wat a tie until Thornton F Marshall cross ed the Rubicon and cast the die in favor of union forever Thus Kentucky remained in the sisterhood of State with her and abiding by her action stajed Maryland and Missouri had these three States seceeded to the South the fortunes of war would have been changed and its outcome a matter of conjecture The destiny of America hunglitchannels the man her instrument dictated To him should be the glory his too the praise and time North should weep and shed her tears on the grave of Mr Marshall tho man who saved the Union The time has come the Walrus said To speak of many things Of shoes and ships and dealing war And cabbages and kings These lines of Lewis Carrolls doubt less expressed the sentiments of the Republican members of the Court of Appeals and their friends throughout Kentucky when Mr ORear was elect ed to the bench thus giving them a majority iu the Supreme Court of time State Though defeated in the guber natorial race this ono ray of comfort was left them that to them was com mitted the authority of decision in af firming or reversing the action of lesser aJurtB aud the time had come when they could have their say And this 45 y they had when on Thursday ast they handed down an opinion reversing the decrees of time Scott and Franklin Circuit Courts and setting at naught the sentences of Caleb Powers and James Ilownrd In the case of the former time power of might prevailed nil the Democratic Judges filing dissent lug opinions Alleging incompetent testimony and mining a thrust at Judge Cantiil unlawful instructions to time jury they ordained a new trial and other avenues ot escape for this young conspirator whoho guilt is patent to all save partisan eyes His fate and ulti timato future however we deplore for Powers is a man of brain aud promise and hiss no one to thank for the sudden check in his career but his own short sighted self Full of ambition and a desire to rise was he and had he em ployetlothertiman Machiavellian means to attain his ends he might have lived all his days in the honor he sought but tell short of The reversal of his case can have no other interpretation than a kindly desire on the part of his brothers in politics to give him another trial in hope of a lighter sentence In time instance of Howard however in which all the Judges concurred we find room and reason for their action Thought undoubtedly mixed in the affair terminating in the Goebel tragedy time evidence which gomjyicedimim was niostlceircttlnstantial and on the rtmids of conTicting testimony he lt to be given another hearing The public which has been anxiously awaiting time verdict of tho court was not sur prised It expected time Republican members to side and act as they did The vindictive memory of that party cannot forget that they were beaten and outgeneraled by Mr Goebel and now that they control the legal dod sions of the State they agree with the Walrus that the time has come to speak of many timings This is time first showdown of their hands we may well ask what ne- xtPIRSONAL Mr R L Gentry was at home Sun tiny Mr JT Shackelford of Danville it at home Mr Frank Carr of Paris was in town SundayMr Leo Yates is at home from CincinnatiMiss McCord is visiting in Winchester Mr Thos H Collins was in Stan lord last week Mr J C Lyter of Louisville was here court day Mr W S Moberley was in Louis ville lost week Mr W R Shackelford was in Danville last Friday Mrs Harry B Hanperis at home from Cincinnati The Married Peoples Euchre Club met with Col and Mrs I Shelby Irvine Thursday evening Miss Laura Bennett has been visi ting in Louisville Miss Minerva Park Pholps is at home a visit to Stanford Mr Frank Griffith of Louisville was in town Friday Mr W J Poteet of Harrodsburg was in town last week Mrs George G Prewitt made a visit to Lexington last week Mrs S Neville Moberley was in Lex ington last Wednesday- Mr Louis Landrum of the Central Record was here Friday Mrs H G Turner and son Lynn are visiting in Georgetown Miss Tillie Tribble visited Miss Mary Stoll of Lexington last week Frankfort1hasMr Curtis F Moberley of Fayettr spent several days last week here Mrs Joseph Chenault has been visiting Mrs R It Spears of I exington Mi 8 Nuckols of Versailles in the pleasant guest of Mn It C Stockton Mr Curry Dc man spout several days U Ins home in Ilarrodeburg last week Mr Carroll Price of Harrodsbnrg was the guest of friends here last week Judge J M Benton of Winchester was in town last week on legal bus ness Rev E H Burnam of Stterling Va was the guest of relataves here last week Miss Mary Evans ot Oxford Ohio Is spending tier Easter holidays at home Gen John IIooo Russell of Hunt In toll West Virginia is the guest of jriendg here Mr Evan SMeCord of Fnirhnven Washington fa on a visit to old lieud mind rcl tivt8liireI- Ctjv Hugh MoLfellau attended tht convention of time Disciples of Clniot iu Lexington Iwt week Mrs John Kr Turner of Caoipbella ville is viftlllng her parents Mr aad Mrs W R LeUlior- Mr Jaiftee T ShackeUord Jr hIM re turned to MefltgoiMry Ak a4t a uk tohipareati bpe IIfl9DrK tel r r- i 1i cures Ail BioOCIHllm s II Americas Greatest Spring Medicine rUniversity has returned from a visitrtc his homein Bourbon county Prof John Burnam of Cincinnati has been visiting relatives here BaldIwin have returned home from a visit to Mrs W H Shanks at Stanford Miss Alice Lloyd delfved an address before time Lexington Convention of Deciples of Christ last Thursday Mrs Nannie Rupard of Lexington has just nursed to convalescense her two sons at the homo of Mr Mm Wells Mrs WJS Montgomery has returned to Lexington after a a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs W RLetcher Mrs W E Muncev and childred have joined Mr Muucey in Winchester where they will wake their home in the future Mr and Mrs James P Amsden of Versailles were the guests of Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberley for several days Inst week Messrs Harry Francis Brannon Beas lay Win Denny John Walker and Wade Terrill of Paint Lick attended time Elks meeting Friday night Misses Alice Lloyd and Ann DeJar uette MesdamesN B Deathernge and 1E Arnold and Rev Hugh McLclIun attended the Lexington Convention of the Disciples of Christ last week Miss Agnes Smith of Madison Insti nile Richmond visited her parents Dr and Mrs HC Smith at llroad well time first of the week Cynthiana Log Stone Walker of Richmond and sister Miss Fannie Boone ore spending several days at Dawson Springs Mrs Walker will return to Louisville with Miss Boone for a short visit to her motherCourierJourna1T- hOPrandennlal Club will be entertained by Hon Jl Harris Crooke tomorrow Dinner at Joes at 7 oclock Subject The Theatre and Its effect on Society Class Rev H G Tur ner Prof Carpenter Dr Dunn Messrs W S Moberley and R E Robert Mrs Robert R Burnam has been chosen to represent Richmond on tne Ladies Committee during the Triennial Conclave of Knights Tomplar at Louis ville next August Mrs Burnam will fill the position with characteristic grace and ease and Richmond will un doubtedly be proud of her Mnj E P McConnell has returned from his Florida trip accompanied bv his cousin J R Gibson Major Mc Connell was the guest of Mr Gibson who has a lovely winter home on San abel Island Fla Mr Gibson will visit Talladepa relatives a few days before returning to his home in Richmond Kentucky Talladega Ala sews ReporterMr Cook who lisa beet learning time railroad buisness for sev oral monjlis past was called to lox ington this week to go into tho freight office there Archie is a fine young man in fact one of tho finest in tub part of the State and will make the road a painstaking employee His many friends here wish him well Danville News RELIGIOUS Rev Martin or Winchester preached at Station Camp last Saturday and Sun lay Communion services will be heM next Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church Prof Chas G Crooks will preach on that occasion Ilev Edmund H Burnatnof Luray Virginia occupied the Baptist pulpit Sunday and delivered an excellent lecture to an attentive and interested au dience On next Lords day April 7 the reading of the names of the charter members of tho Second Christiai church will take place at ii oclock a in During time following week there will be preaching at tho church every evening at 7 30 by JII Bailey Everyone is cordially invited to be present Mr Robert Hopkins of Louisville the noted Sunday school evangelist will deliver a talk at the Christian Chureh Sunday School next Sunday morning and also will take part in the Child reDs Day exercises which occur there in tho evening Mr Hopkins is a pleasing steaker of wide experience and will be quite an attract- ionMARRIED VANWINKLEBEASLY Mr Solomon VanWinkle was united in mar riage to Miss Mattie Beasley on 27th by Squiro D P Arme- rYoungMaidenOn the Marth 27th at tho home of the bride W P Young was united to Miss Bet tie Maiden Both parties are of this county- VANDXNERMOORESMr D W Vandiver of Stanford and Miss Mary Moores of Whites Station were married last Weduesday Rev JM Bailey officiatingFAINlJowAImJhev II G furncr on the 27th married Mr R Fain of Poosey to Mrs loans Howard of Val ley View at the homo of Mr J M Wiliinms of this city OaaCADn J N Ogg Jr of Beret aged twenty was married last Wednes day to Miss Nora Cade of Wallaceton aged sixteen The ceremony orcurcd at the home of time brides parents Mr anti Mrs John S Ca- deDEATHS BRINEOAEMr Houston ISrinegar of Eitill lost his infant child last week TAVixm Peyton Taylor aged 70 died last Thursdny at his home near Red ROuse lie was a good and re spected citizen His remains were laid to rest in the Richmondcemetolj TjiKjir Capt Thomas Thorp after an illness ofa few mouths peacefully passelluto the presence of Ids Maker on litet Monday His death occasions t Iilefpreadinourn5ua Htiil Hirrow fui few inen in our county eres liked and lJeluVltt its lie An lnmeVt kiiillv sytnpathelic eutioimarm1mbIi1n was a mirror of Chriftlkn tirtitoitnd we can alfiriH that woka wtQ HIHU more prepared to obey limo enmiwdns of the Oniiipotent than C IIt Thorp He WM sixty tercB 1eANf f mse and leaven a wife but lIe cliitctr n 10 maurw Itirn lie wsflan unctewf Met Suwton John George and Sobert Thorpe M 1 ft S S LIT and R C H Covington of this place He wilUbe buried In the Richmond cemetejy today OLDIMM A long and useful life begun in 1817 was ended last Saturday when Mr Otbnicl OJdham passed into the great beyond For a nuufber of months Mr Oldham had been in feeble health troubled chiefly with tho ills in cident to a man of his adyanced years and his demise while deplored was not unexpected He was ahighly respected God fearing man devoted to his church and universally liked and honored Dnring time late unpleasant ness he was an ardent Southern sym pathizer and served under Gen Mor gan suffering much for time cause his heart was in Four children survive him Mrs John C Chenault of this city Mrs David Martin of Corbiu and Messrs Chas and Thomas Oldham of this eonnty His remains were interred in the family burying ground near Union Like a faithful servant he has gone to time lest and eternal peace that is for those who love the Lord Jnlormationl communLleullon Doming N M in which ho asked in formation concerning a certain doctor living at tho cross roads some dozen miles from Jilt Hill during time Civil War to whom ho was indebted for shelter and protection on IllS escape from the Federals We are informed hy Col C S Turner that in all proba bility the gentleman mention by Mr Lester was the late Dr C S Wilrnore who during tho war lived ot time locali ty described For the benefit ot Mr Lester who wishes to thank his benefactor we willstate thntDr Wilmores wife and two daughters at present reside here in Richmond Time other doctor mentioned in Mr Lesters letter whom he said lived some miles beyond Richmond anti whose son was also a physician was doubtless Dr Jake White of White Hall who had a son Dr Jake White too Both of these are dead We think these ate the persons the gentleman from New Mexico inquired for and trust this information will be of benefit to him Mysterious Caso A pall of mystery shrouds the death of a gentleman from Clay county Win Callahan by name which occurred in this city on Saturday last It is thought lhat he came to his end by foulmeans at the hands of parties eager for gain Brock and Bud Munday and Sallle Johnson alt of color have been arrest ed as parties to his supposed murder The testimony of witnesses goes to show that Brock Monday purchased a quantity of dope from a local drug store and was seen in company immediately thereafter with Callahan Evidence proves that they were seen drinking together and together entered the abode of Muuday from which later Callahan was forcibly ejected at the hands of his associate The Coroners jury rendered verdict of poisoning in his case and his stomach will be sent to Cincinnati chemists forpostmortem examination Callahan is thought to have had a large sums of money on his person which doubtless furnished the motive for the deed The investigation of the grand jury now in session will throw further licht on the matter Cecilian Club Ntles On the 27th of March the Cecilian Club held its annual business meeting with the President Mrs G W Tickels The election of new officers for time en suing year took place Mrs B L Middelton was elected President Mrs W S Oldham Vice President Miss Higgins Secretary and Treasurer A committee was appointed to assist the President in arranging a program for the coming year consisting of Mrs R II Buruam Mrs J T Akers and Mrs W S Oldham Besides the regular members present quite a number of visitors were wol comed Mrs Laura Thompson of Mf Sterling Mrs G G 1rewitt Mrf Mamie Stockton Mrs McGuire ol Shelbyville Miss Maggie Willmore Mrs Hugh McLellan Mrs T J Smith Sr Mrs JlI Poyulz Tho Club having had for its study this year Time Opera and as there was no musical program for that afternoons quite a unique feature and a little out of time ordinary was what might be termed recognition daywlmeu each member was expected to render a piece from some opera anti all guess who the composer was Each person present was furnished with a tablet representing a musical flat with pen ell attached to take part in the contest The guessing grew very interesting and quite exciting The program was opened with one of Webers prettiest songs from Dor Freischutz by Mrs W S Oldham Mrs T J Smith Jr gave a sketch of the opera Cavnlera Rusticani especially interesting dim account of its being one of the operas to bo given in Cincinnati in April Vagners Spinning Soug J was beautifully rendered by Mrs J T Akers s A pretty selection from La Traviata by Mrs H L Perry Mrs UR Burnam played one ol Bellinis uioRt brilliant pieces from La Sonnambuln Mrs B L Middelton delighted all with Traviata Verdi The story of Carmen by Bizet was related in a very realistic way by Mrs Neale Bennett Mrs G W Pickets gave a beautiful selection with variations from Der Freischutz Weber Violin solo Mondeltshons Spring Song by Mrs Julm McClintock was full of tender feeling and sentiment theIMrs B L Middelton was The fortun ate one tlllOCOjluliu most of the operas and was awaidrtl the prizaa hand comely hound book ou I he Standard OperasSAn elaborate luncheon was served in the hiostess own inimitable way after which the Club adjourned to hold its next meeting of April 10 with Mrs Harvey ChentuiU A F WiT anunffteturpraoje 9Q tone o go4d mndtb ton of w a yetf f Confederate Deaths SPECIAL ORDER No 5 1 The angel of death has visited us and iemovett from our ranks another of the old wearers of time gray Time Major General commanding calls the attention of time surviving comrades to time death of a brave and noble spirit Captain Thorp late Commander of Camp No 215 U C V which occurred April 1st at 115 p m at his home in this city He possessed in time highest degree all the virtues and attributes of a soldier citizen and Christian As a soldier and commander of a company in time army he served with distinguished gallantry and honor to the close of the war As a citizen success crowned his ef forts in the walks of peace and in his busy life since time surrender he has worked unceasingly for and has extended aid with u generous and liberal hand to assist in time betterment of lila comrades who were less fortunate than he A bravo and true soldier in war and a gbod tfudtcxeuiVlary citizen in peace 2 At 230 p m Saturday March 30 the gentle souluf Othuiel Jt Oldham who wan a soidierin time 11 Kentucky Cavalry winged its flight to that land from whence no travelor returns It is not generally known that he was captured in 18C2 and sentenced to bo shot as a epy but through the cf exertions of an estimable gentleman now living in this city he was saved from death Of singularly modest and retiring disposition there was no limit to his courage when aroused anti his name will be forever carried upon time rolls of tho Confederate Army bearing that proudest of all titles which is inscribed upon the Rhhof Famea private Con federate Soldier 3 Again the taps arc rounded and another soldier has been called to come up higher and join those immortal spirits whoarc in the presence of the Great Commander who says well done On Sunday March 31st Sidey Kanitzer answered the last rollcall and lined up with those of his old command who have gone before It is enough to know that he was a faithful member of that historic command and upon his tomb will be written that epitaph of which there can be no grander inscription and which carries with it its own renown One of Morgans Men JlfIovNTz April 3 1901 MHJ JemmUC V C and Centre lo Consilidato A plan has been conceived by the Presbyterians to consolidate Centre College at Danville and Central Uni versity at Richmond nnder one head at Danville anti time Theological Semina ry at Danville and tho Theological Seminary in Louisville into one insti tution to be located in Louisville The object of time consolidation is to strengthen tjie fhjirchs institutions of learning in the State and to place them in a hotter position to secure financial aid Tho plans for the consolidation are now in a decidedly embryonic stateNumerous gentlemen connected in various capacities with the church and with the institutions met last night at the Gait House to discuss the matter with a view of presenting it to those who are in authority to act Those present at tho meeting last night were the Rev Dr L ILBIanton Chancellor of Central UniveJsity time Rov Dr W C Roberts President of Centre College the Itev Dr J McClus key Blayney of Frankfort Mr R P Jacob and Mr George W Walsh of Danville the Rev Drs C R Hemp hill JS Lyons W H Marquess Ed L Warren find Messrs Thomas W built W C P Brecklnridge and E W C Humphrey It was doclded that before any defi nile action could be taken the whole matter should be refered to the synods of tho churches and the Boards of Trustees of tho institutions for ratification Tho Danvilic College is controlled by the Northern Presbyterian Church and the school at Richmond by time Southern Presbyterians It was generally agreed that it would he expedient to unite the two colleges at Danville and make the institution a thorough high class university It is proposed to maintain the present university buildings at Richmond as a collegiate institution of a high order It was also deemed advisable to have time Theolog ical Seminary located in Louisvile This plan was outlined and was favored by all who participated in the confer once Those who were present will make a report of the plans to the syn ods and to tho Boards of Trustees to getherwlth their reasons for consoilda ting tho institutions Time plans will thus be summilted to the church authorities throughout the State placing time whole matter in their hands Centre College is the older of the two institutions Central University was formed by men wo resigned as directors of Centre College because of time post tion the latter institution took during the civil warThe institutions have been rivals for years and each is woUequip ped with buildings If they should be consolidated they would have a big en dowment fund Courier Journal Apr 2 News of the Richmond Elks On Friday evening last the Richmond lodge of Elks held their first meeting in their new club rooms over W S Old hams furniture store which gained notoriety some years ago as the quar ters of the famous Madison Club This new liomp of the local antlered tribe comprises a magnificent suite of eight rooms and a spacious hall which have been elegantly furnished at a cost of about 1500 llomnjifimi wall paper rid carpets Ieatiiercimairs and sofas greet the eye in every direction one turns Tjic rooms tire dividrd into a lodge rtofi a reading rtcitn n smoking and btllird room parlors amid fuel ail the appurtenances of a well appointed club They are provided with electricJixhU gas water and nil Use modern conven iences They were opened Friday evening with the InfliatipB of the JteV lowisg wellknown end prptnpoeiit zEaQow JiwrieB B 3i C Gv yckeh Sr1 Qbwww x1 W nJnl ht JrWeis- bMad Kkhr J W MUter Burton 0 W Turner Henry L Perry Elmer Deatherage W A Thomas John W Arnold Ballard H Luxon Chas F Douglas Dr G G Perry of White Hall II If Pennington of London John L Locan of Corbin and Irvine Time Jocal lodge which now numbers on hundred and forty members attendedihe ceremonies in full Among the guests was exGovernor Bradley of Frankfort lodge who took great delight in witnessing the initiation of exGov McCrcary At tho conclusion of the work tho following officers were elect ed to servo during time ensuing year Exalted Ruler Dr A Wilkes Smith Esteemed Leading Knight D R Tevi Esteemed Loyal Knight B W Colyer Esteemed Lecturing Knight Judge H C Rice- Secretary Fred 1 Grinstead Treasurer Cabel II Chenault Tiler James II Allman Time Board of Trustees was raised from three five members in order that the may be incorporated and the following gentiemen were elected to the Board Trustee for five years Thos J Smith Jr- Trustea for four years W A Lang ford Trustee for three years J Tevis Cobb Trustee for two years W S Hume Trustee for one year TImes B Collins Dr A Wilkes Smith was unanimously elected to represent the Richmond Lodgeat the Grand Lodge which meets at Milwaukee July 2325 It is needless to say No 5S1 is proud of itself and its record is a hard one to beat Not yet a jear old it is now one of the strongest in Kentucky numbering among its ranks as repie sentative a body of men as can be found anywhere Its club rooms univer sally onceeded the handsomest in tne State after Louisville are soon to he dedicate by a public reception which will give our ladies an opportunity to judge of them Between seventyfive and a hundred of the local ElKS went to Danville yes terday afternoon on a special train over the Lil A to install a new lodge there and that they werO royally treated goes wit out saying Mews cf The Confederate Reunion In MarI IlKADQUARTEKS AKMY OF TENNES SEE DKlAKTMENT UNITED CON yEDEUATE VETERANS COLUMBUS Miss April 11901 General Orders No 21 Through the kindness of MajorGen eral J M Poyntz we are enabled to publish the following news of the next Confederate Union which meets in Memphis in May 1 The LieutenantGeneral Commanding calls attention to the an nouncement heretofore made in Orders from General Headquarters of the Eleventh Annual Meeting and Reunion of the United Confederate Veteians to be held in the city Memphis Tonn on time 2H 20 Iud 30 of May next All Confederate organizations and ut at tached exConfederate soldiers and sailors of all arms grades and depart ments as also Daughters of the Confed eracy and sons of Confederate Veterans resident in this Army Department are cordially invited to attend said General Reunion 2 The LieutenantGeneral Command grntilyiugare now enrolled in the U V or ganization In order to still more large ly increase the number of camps now belonging to our Federation the ex Confederate soldiers in localities where there are no camps are earnestly requested to get t gother and promptly send to Major General George Moor man Adjt Uenl and Chief of Staff U C V 821 Common street New Orleans La applications fr membership to as to be organized into a camp in time greatReuniommcomiades of C1C5 in carry out the laudable and phliantlmropic objects ol our Federation 3 Time LientenantGeneral Com manditiir earnestly appeals to the officers ofnll organizized camps in ibis Army Department to begin at once preparation for representation at said Reunion by selecting the requisite num ber of delegates and alternates and in addition thereto to induce as many members as possible to attend in order that the aggregate number of represen tatives and exConfederates to be pres emit will nicks the Reunion memorable as the largest and most representative ever held in the history of the Federa tion ArmyDepartmentbe established at the Peobody Hotel where the department Stat Officers and Division Commanders will report on arriving in Memphis 5 Miss Myrthe Stauffor of New lndIsArmy for amiidurlng said meeting and Reunion Her First or Chief Maid of Honor is hereby announced to be Miss Marguerite Toutant Bearegard of Arabi St Ber nard Parish LouisianaBy of S D LEE LieutGenl Commanding E T SYKES AdjiGenl and Chief of Slnff BioiiMoxi KY March 19 1901 General Order No II In conformity with usage and custom and upon the recommendation of a MajorGencralvision U C V announces time appoint ment of Miss Lucy Brent Arnold of Newport Ky Sponson for the Ken tucky Division at the meeting to be held in the city of Memphis Tenn May 28 29 and 30 1001 at the request of Miss Arnold and upon time recom ForsytheCommander No 35 Paris Ky I hereby announce the appointment of Miss Mary Porter Brent Maid of Honor for the same Arnold and Brent will im mediately enter upon the duties assigned them and will be respected ac cordingly By order of J M POYNTZ CommandlnjBENNETT BrigGonlChief of Staff WALL PAPERS FORI9OLflE tW from the lead ing Factories and have now in stock the largest andj most varied stock Jin Central Ken tucky They are eachand every one marked At a price that simply defies competition From 3c on tip to tlieflneatliand goods All new designs and colors Yellows BInes Pinks Greens Reds Etc You are moot cordially ia vital to call and Inspect our election ao1M1 WillgiDg Wan Wli4w Mtwto PalaU Oil VrusKe BruIt QlMD Ike 209 W Main St JUOHMOKD JET 1 11u f SPRING BEAUTIES IIThLTI T w1iii 2 THE SEASON NO ONE EXCELS US IN SELECTION IOF OF BEAUTY AND STYLE II A FEW PRICES A most attractive line of percales10 and 1- 2cGinghams8 and l- OcLawns5 10 and 18c Wash silks in solid colors extra width G9c Cretons i5an- dlScSilkalineio 12 and Ipc Apron Ginghams 5 and file I Allover laces bea tif l designs J r25c to200 yd I Allover Embroidery49cth 1 00 I Colored Undersdrts50and ODe Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inchIPlaited Flounce Lead Pencils 1 and 3c eachISlate Pencils U I CorIainFirst StOWEN MCKEE tR V E THE BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT FIRE SALE PRICES pairBoysI Mens Suits worth 86 at250Me-nsSuits worth 7 at300AllW-oolBlue Yacht Cloth at750Fa-stColors worth 812 MENS AND BOYS I OVERCOATSAt 50 Cents on the OUR MERCHANT TAILORING Which has made Lexington famous is under the charge ofDICK be pleased to show your through 190 Metfs Pants worth 250 at 300 Mens Pants worth 400 at Sweet Orr Co and Never Rip Corduroy Pants worth 400 at JUST RECEIVED 500 Beautiful Suits from Alfred Benjamin at lowest prices for such valuesJt DollarJtcIBeautiful line of Top Coats from Alfred Benjamin LOUIS GUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND FINE MERCHANT LEXINGT N INVE TMENT CO Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested tJf Branch office front room over Jeplintfurniture store L P TOLD MGR BlKlflcs ol Christ Convention the third annual congress of the Di ciplca of Christ closed Tuesday night at Lexington with an Address by Piof Charles R Henderson professor of sociology of the University of Chicago The earlier part part of tbe sessfeVWM devoted to the discussion of evola ioa aty topics willie latter work was chiefly along the line of union between the denomination At the busiaess meeting Thursday night the congress decided to appoint a committee to get ia communication with other denoejinaUoma looking to an InterJenomimtKHMl church union and general congress of paators to be held jn time near future The officers elected forums ensuing year were J f lialey Oynthlaim Ky Cliairinou R S Ames Unjveftity of ChlcKjjo Secretary Cliutoa Locklmrt DM MCHMW la W W Smith Cliiit i0 intlA B PImilpmst IndtaaipoHii torn poHwith the C4taiva and 8torM ry thCommlue nJ- Mtxtc wU a1I- md JI IHlepeo 2Zpthteap iometimM tufa Imgup f ii i L C Plymoth Rock Eggs For Sale I hBTe for ute Zen stlMB purposes p bred Barred PJyao4k Reek Setting of 15 OnjVlLLBR pie 4shmod 1o thousand gallofie of air k a 24hSuccessor z to J W Azbiit 1 Wety flaiIttAiia aY1lf 511IJUR XBTB9DlftCBUC- 1lrWiHbegIacl to have all my seefIUCBMOJfD lIInli BlfTUOIYc II r Richmond Kentucky II KENTUCKY HONAKER i The Celebrated 11ngton W FLORIST FinestAmaids Roses ever grown in this section lor 200 a Dozen Also everything elset in the Floral LineI- YE11ANEASTERORIIER a tJ Stockton Hagan f1 AGENTS KICHMOXD r KENTUCKY js S C45i41f- ebly = At present each 1100000 lonp = raised costs one hHmiw life dcing tb- SOu lfy want SWELLS See in- Freeman Mam Str THEY wrL r 11uI S j 1q m T u I Mr Mguti council CLOTHING STORE r 1 I in 3 1901 Dz A Wilkes Smith is now over Perry piano for sale to Mrs W S Place your order at once for Easter flowers with Miss Addie 12SI Those of any will profit by at this office The CLIMAX will take your order for of us before going tf The young ladies of the will hold an Easter Ba zaar at the Houso next Satur day of all kinds will be of Easter eggs will be offered for sale All and sons of of this city and are to meet in the grand jury Satur day April 13th of ance to L Dr II Dr Ho Dr Hob Dr Hobs I r Dentist Corn Theil Mr James had two wagon loads of corn stolen from a crib on bis farm near No clue to the but our officers aro on the lookout About Tho Electric Road from says that work will be begun on the lino to and We are of the that It will be some time before it crosses Ferry First Game Friday The first ball game of the year will be on the the teams of Central aid Let every one turn out and our team 25 cents Two Good Ones Sold Mr Robert sold last week to C M Goode of Tenn the bred mare Alice Carr old by price 150 Also a 3year old ton C Bocie thin for 250 State of tho orderof United Mr W E is in the city in the in terests of the order lIe says his work has met with great success and that he has of new for the local Cattle Deals The says Jast J W Dales of sold good calves at 26 fully 51 cents also a bunch of long about 700 at HThere were about cattle on the common to fair In Buggy Sale A car load of to 0 M of were of court day at from 52750 to 16 Col the sale in his usual style The on this are daily He leaves this week for to an sale Mary Evans Mission Ban The Mary Evans Band will give a Mt near oil Easter at 230 p m The ladies of the C W B M will aid the young folks in their efforts This will be the work for the year by both I etI All ste J hH 1 Ifrh 1ld gave a very at the Court 4 in thepr eCe I iii Itt house Local ft great form and o Urt house by the From ArBtei slid fli ol D shS eMt WM Ui4M II i C ISIS bere in l HM cowiin l r C oive to r Court sIiirwill ipril 600 tN I fitediy night ot tis Ck IJilb 4 kelii the Oth Lure Half Lt8i1 Ttne tiM na1e Mr 1osIu our eu try cod aa a phd ir IIIi Lover f s high lJV k o A r THE ONLY loUSE In Central Kentucky offers tim Madison County NOT JUST AS GOOD THE BEST CLOTHES HATS MENS FURNISHINGS FOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE The Lightest Brightest Store Lexington JLLR RRo4- pTUUItINOTO The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APRIL Dentist located Thomas Drugstore CfebiL Square Apply Oldham 27febtf Hunlcy phone desiring bookbinding description calling nudgettlng estimates anykind bookbinding Consult elsewhere Baptist Sewing Society Garnett Refreshments servedsnd beautiful display Confederate Veterans Confederate Veterans county requested roomthis cityon Business import transact JFBAZEE- AdgutantGeneral Hohs- oJr Hobson Bennett recently Foxtown thieves hnibeen discovered rounty Dispatches Lexington shortly electric Versailles Georgetown opinion however Claya played college campus Friday afternoon between Kentucky University encourage Admission Walker Memphis trotting 4voars Empire Wilkes Peavine stallion county AOUW- The Organizer Ancient Workmen Gilkison working securada number metnbeis organization Winchester Democrat Monday Richmond tweutyfive yearlings pounds market quality buggies belonging Glllilanil Lexington disposed Tribble conducted hustling demands popularnuctionecr growing heavier Frankfort conduct important Mission missionary exerciwat Pleasant Church Foxtown Sunday beginning Auxiliary greatly beginninrof systematic corhally invited Mistrs1i Minstrels aHSl eifoniiance Jfrffwlay evening taleaprod ItMtrfti eiceita VnfciMtiMi Squire uPtod irSA = ttne1is5 PfOfBr Owra PffinfBBitl Powers ppLIII UlIHj Schoul whi- IprseGt nlltterlyatld powerM ontI1I Whef 4MIk4- etur6 keottI- roLigholit lIllrohiat plifloopheraI entertain- or Puwers 1ewqi2a lI004W aIItnM filll in- entertI3n r9crs ONE PRICE CASH peopIfof BuT Orators Chosen Mr Clark Tandy of Lexington and Mr Percy Toombs of GreenvilleMiss have been chosen respectively to represent State College and Georgetown Col lege in the Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest at Lexington o April 15 Central Universitys representative Mr Elliot Smith is rapidly getting in fine forinGo over and see him win The Merchants Carnival The ladies of the Christiin Church are arranging to make the Merchants Carnival one of the foremost events of the season Nearly overy merchant in town will be represented and a hand some prize will beawarded to the best advertised firm Street parade in tho morning and performance at the Court House at night The date will be an nounced later probably about the 19th of this month Keep this event iumind and be sure to come Good Prices Shelby Harbison the Lexington horseman was here this week and made several purchases in tho Huston yule neighborhood He got one from Walker Lyon 150 Geo Alford one 250 Dodd V Skinner two 300 Cal vin Carpenter one 500 Drye Weatherford three at 150 175 and OO lie also bought a harness horse of L K Rogers of this place for 225 and another of C E Barker at about the samo price Danville Advocate What Breeders Need IAfter visiting several Hackney Im and Breeding establishments in Illinois Indiana and New York Dr C C Hooker has selected the Imp Hackney Stallion Raveuswood II and believes him just the kind of a horse to cross on Kentucky bred mares to produce the hizhacting and higli class carriage horses This horse has plenty of bone anti substance and good foot bus extra good alronnd action and will undoubtedly sire colts that will sell in any market New Director In The Cigar Company Mr J Stone Walker line been made a director iu the Richmond Cigar Com pany which is now flourishing like a grefcn bay tree They are employing a large number of hands who are kept busy furnishing Millers famous brands to the public Our cigars are acquir lug quite a widespread reputation and we are very proud of the wide awake and public spirited promoters of the factory Its directory is now composed of Messrs J Stone Walker C H VaughtR E Turley Cabel H Chen ault and Frank Walton of Nashville Tenn Removals Mr A E Carse whoso residence on East Maui was recently destroyed by fire has moved to the cottage on Fifth street formerly occupied by Mr T J Hamilton who line moved to the Doty property on the Big Hill plko near townMr Geo W Rice of Speedwell whoso sale we give elsewhere intends to make his future home iu Bcatty yule where he will engage in mercan tile pursuits Accompanied by his brother Mr Bush Rice and sister Miss Cornie Rice he will leave for Lee countyat an early d- ateithu Wuli E i WANTED gOne thousand plgeon immediately per pair We also buy poultry eggs beef hides and all kinds of coon try produce Highest marKet pri- ceJJ1NEFF g RICHMOND KY 3 2Omarlm News of an Old C Boy Dispatches from Washington state that Mr Guy A Bissett J U 95 has been appointed Naval Constructor with the rank of Lieutenant No more pop alary than Guy ever attended school here and his old friends wilt hear nilh pleasure of his success in tho navy Ott leaving Richmond lie went to Ann polls where he graduated at the head of his class Seek remarkable aptitude did lie display at that Institu tion that ou graduating he was sent by the government to Germany to study naval construction That he mastered this branch is evidenced by his newap pointuienU Circuit Court Circuit Court convened Monday Judge Scott pre idinjr The docket wbkfcfr boOcivil and criminal is alight OBeTbe most Important case is that of the Commonwealth against George Ballard for murder The oUpwinx gentlemen compose the grand jury John D Harris foreman Je Adams John W Parrish Joe A Joliiwofl J P Logston John Cham beNt Dvld CheMHlt Sr W R Hay t1e1l Chirhle Wall Pleas Evans B- HybJil NeL F HfwinTi tlteptttit jury SterMtI Robert GSHyT AI1ro w Verable 11 Haan L X Todd D A McCoH 00 FiHpatc ck B 8 TtsrrlU A WIiMl8 H PWp WM Jett E E- MeCataOEDoIerIW IA An eW C EOoILP McWhortec T J ioitt J Q lillltI Dicon A illips IIttWO sn s 1 K IlagnIyJHC Easter Flowers nowrgtht Our Easter Boxes are beauties We possess and practice the neceaa TI KNOW Slow hear rangjng Hach ord ere atIBELL The Florist 11 LEXINGTON KY I HENRY L PERRY Agt I Bells Flowers go Everywhere Geo W Rices Sale Time sale of Geow Rico of Speed well conducted by CoL D WTribble brought verv good prices indeed as follows Colts and yearling mules 30 to 70 cows 30 to 40 young steers and heifers 3 50 to 5 shoep 5 75 hogs about C cents i yonng jacks 80 to 170 corn 225 An Error In alate Issue we published a letter from Hayden ICy in which a corres ponclent under his Signature tated that Tiny Tudor pi tlijs county was Jlnder Indctroent for forging time name ol Wttii Garrison W are informed however onrelmbe authority that thqre isno trnth whatever In the statement or the slightest grounds for its utterance Wo regret time error of the Hayden gentlemans letter Miss Barb es Recital We urgot1me public to keep in mind the opportunity it will have to morrow evening to hear the talented imperson ator Miss Nannie Barbee who will be at the Court House under the auspices of the ladies oi the Baptist Church Miss Barbee ranks among the foremost in her profession and during the past winter created quite a furor in Toni vile Her appearance here will be quite a treat and no one should miss itWhile here she will bo tho guest of Mrr G W Evans Sr- Horses on Parade A large number of stallions were displayed on the streets court day among them being the following well bred animals Prince William by Haxball dam by Bluemont Owned by Hugh Samuels Militia by High yer 1st dam by Riflman Owned by Mat Cohen- L J Hugnelys Danville Squirrel by King Squirrel dam Grey Eagle Bales McElwainesGordoby Cerro Gordo 1022 dam Jay Bird 1012 Lord Preston Hackney by Rufus II dam Lady Preston will make the season at the stable of Dr C C Hooker MA Phelps Peavine by old Pea vine out of Bolivar Chester Arthur owned by W A Langford by old Peavine 1st dam by Mcnibrino Patchen Horse and Mule Salo JJJfeale sold to Shelby T Harbi son of Lcxincnon a line saddle horse for 100 II C Smith of Cynthiana paid 100 and 115 for two goodhprses Patterson of Nicholas vill paid 90 for a horse Carrithers of Lexington purchased four mules on the local market prices ranging from 90 to 125 Mr Ward Loots of Lexington pur chased a number af horses at SO to 125 a head Mules brought from 00 to 130 and ware purchased chiefly by farmers Mr Jonah Wagers sold to Carrithers Beard of Lexington two mules for 100 and 115 Mr Joe Collins sold a number of good horses at good prices Miss Lloyds Address at the Lexington Con vcnlion Mire Alice Lloyd Principal of the Girls College at Richmond Ky read an excellent paper on Woman in Mode Education Prof Lloyd said that the present method of education of women was evolutionary rather than revolutionary growing out of the changed conditions of society in which moderu women find themselves The thorough eduratlon of woman was prey ing effective in filtirG her for the duties the times placed upon her So far as the results of coeducation concerned it is being proven that women are as capable of receiving a higher education Hut as Wellesley College is only twentyfour years old and Vassar not yet forty it is too early to say what shall prove the character of the ideal school for women in the future The results already obtained through giving woman a higher education are gratifying it has given her material freedom she is no longer compelled to think that marriage Is her only preventive of starvation- It has given her a great outlook and added possibilities of enjoyment and influence It has better fitted her to fill her proper place in the home making her a true helpment for her husband and fitting her to council and care for her children Lexington Herald Hicks For cast For April The perturbing power forebodes much danger The first storm period will be from March 31 to April Tornadic storms need not surprise the people from th1st to the 3rd At best it isI feared that the storm god will claim some victims this month but the ma jority of them will be those who take little or no forethought or precaution against such an hour of danger Very cool weather will follow on the heels of this first storm period with possibly late snow northward and frosts in many sections oven central to southward from about the 4th to 7th Watch your tender plants On and touching time 8th and 9th will fall a marked change to warmer the barometer will react to flower readings and heavy April rains hail and thun der will visit many sections in their general inarch from west toeast Ba rometer will rise rapidly behind these reactionary storms bringing quite cool winds from west ami north and frosty nights In northern directions From the 12th to 18th loot for vicious electrical storms attended by hail rain and dangerous winds From the 19th to 21st nominal April showers will fall and another dash of cold winds and frosty nights north ward will be behind this period a day or two The hart week hi time mouth will he eJwracterised by much clowliiMW sad kiasliog rates l warip weather In extrewe orthwii portlww there ii iibHlty ot Sle4tI MOT tori s prt nb lu = ieten4 p1yi WE HELP MEN Solve the problem of It DRESS While they are absorbed in their vocations we are busy with the question how best to serve them in the matter of things to wear Come and see how well we do our task Take a look at our counters filled with all thats new in 999 Spring Clothing Try on a suit see the fit examine the ma terial and workmanship even to thread and buttons and youll learn that no garment finds room in our stock that does not meet all the requirements of a faultless standard In our great assortment youll find styles to please pricesto IHATS HATS We show by far the largest line of HATS in this city Take a look at our stock SHOES We are pushing shoes harder than ever See our lines before you buy well positively save you money Ask for our Walk Over brand its the best value in shoe leather on the market today Mens furnisnings Never before have we thought so much about the small accessories of dress Shirts Collars Ties Socks Gloves etc in matchless varieties and latest sty- lesCoviugtoo X Bunts XXIeleI eCourt Day Court day was a disappointment to those who expected a large crowd brisk business and active markets Theattendance fell short of the usual April court and business was generally dull At each of the stock yards there were from 400 to 600 cattle the best of which brought 4c Few however chanced hands The mule and horse market was also slow From GO to 130 were the prices paid A few sheep were offered but no takers found Dull and nothing doing expresses the April court market to a T Milk Maids Convention By far the most popular profitable and pleasing farce performed here lor long time was the Milk Maids Conven thou which was given at the court house Saturday evening by the young society ladies of Richmond The court houso was thronged and taxed to its utmost capacity a flttinc tribute to the popularity and ability ot home talent The exhibition was creditable in time ex treme all the girls were stars and a number evinced histronic genius in a rare degree Probably the most amus- Ing part of tho entertainment was the stock quotations of the local beaux which evoked theuproarious merriment of the audience We append the quotations of the market nsfollows Jas Crutcher Easyi RobertTaylorEasier W S Hume E T Burnam W B- ShackohfordDuli depressed and all quotations declined Dr Dunn W S Moberley Long staple Green ClayIndifferent 1AmhlivanOpened strong but Lucuewu uuu cluseu srerwy Waller Chenault Slow Harry Blanton Good local demand Tom Pickels Robert Little Flat Squire LeasingBarely steady N L ShropsbireDroopnl- Young WoodburySteady and un Stockton Advancing on Improved outlook A II Rowoll Fluctuating violently W C ilcCordFirm Petey Ferriell Inactive business checkedBuddy llerringtonLandetl- Jas arid Louis NealeConsiderabie speculation Tom CollinsCornered Buhio Unusualnumber of buyers Petersonl uicy Ingram Immovable Rankin and Stuart Firm but no business doing- ChathiawGlen Mourning Middling fairandfaucyisa George Pickels Jr Joe Evans Elliott Smith Jay Heath Bar bee Bolts JUddyWrdRidng Alexander Generally dearer Leslie EvansDull and nothing do ingClarence Kenney Firmly held Sol Galbraith Demand chiefly speculative Major Stophenson Demand actke and imOldOimiaflXiOUS to realize Andrews Irregular and unsettled AleXi Denny Active all ofleringa taken J efTorsAdun5Actieafld buoyant Dedmati Met with favor Bush Accurate quoUtiiMM cannot be givenJiestarsaToo BMttr toriling orde- rsowAbvepr tdet Watth baiou tzCU1U hsJehew Pc Are Your Teeth PerfectYou carefully watch the condition of your teeth If they are perfect you are interested in keeping them so if they are not perfect we want to bring them as near to per fection of as possible Our Knowledge of Teeth and Teeth Troubles will help you to better health and insure you better rest at night DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located iu tle Hobson Building next door to Govern mont Building RicLmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank Resolutions of Resocct DANIEL BOONE LODGE Np454F A M WHITE HALL KY March 30 1001 WHEUSAS An allwise Providence has seen fit to call from his earthly labors to that celestial lodge above onr beloved brother Peyton W Taylor Thernfore be it liesolced that in the death of Bro Taylor we have sustained the loss of a true and faithful brother the family a devoted husband and father the com munity valued citizen and neighbor Retofe that we extend to the be reared family our heartfelt sympathy in this hour of bereavement Resolved that a copy of these resolu tions be sent to the family and that they be spread on the minutes of this lodge and that they bo published in the county papers SANFORD OLDIIAII O T LANGFonn Com i TUOS WlLLIAMgf J Kentucky Court Days OYNTniANA counT A WLydick auctioneer reports time day was rainy preventing a largo attendance and but littlo stock on the mar qualitySoulyeaVold steers at 42a per hundred ten yearling steers at about 150 some mountain steers und hollers at from S3 to 360 Fresh much cows were III de porheallwere looked ai4ter from 25 to 75 rev eral good pales were made privately at the tables for prime and sound ones VLEMING31IURO COURT J K Xitii rprts good trade antI boughtiflhm4 tseen of Wihier- erehtILc I1UIar Of gataft Pa r 2 a e JJ TIME TO LOOSEN THE PURSE STRINBS And Get Ready For Spring Buying THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE Has not arrived at its present stage of usefulness by chancee Theres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir cumstances but downright honest hard workwork which your interests as customers strangersOurpresent aud they number into the thousands They know us and they have confidence in our methods of doing buisness If you dont believe all this visit our store during the toming week We are going to officially open up the Dress Goods Wash Goods Hamburgs Embroideries and Laces Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department and you will believe theress friendship in business for we look upon every customer who leaves a dime or a dollar in our store as a business friend The Talk of the Town Our Wash Goods Ilamburgs and Embrold cries have always been the Talk ot the Town This season we have made unusual efforts to have them more attractive than ever Style Coloring Quality Pricethese four big Items have had every consideration and you your self will say it is a beautiful sight when you see our tables and counters piled full of these lovely fabrics The fashionable ladles had better bestir themselves while the choice clusive things are still here Wise men dip into the future wise women plan for future need Clothing and Shoe- Department counter heapsof Paint rather making special offerings this week in Clothing Shoe Our buyers have bought so heavy for Spring that we thought it advisable to make slaughtering prices in these departments for days to make room for other goods that are to come in Prices half in two on many entire lines of Shoes and Bring in your wagons and fill them the goods willing to the sacrifice to get the money and telling about them Theres a well beaten path that leads directly to doors throngs of buyers it in line and of tire many daily their business relations with us waut to come aud tell your friends and neighbors of many good we have them We want to servo them faithfully you Confidence once the easy Thanking you for we very IF TELL IF NOT TELL US For Sale One good secondhanded Surry for sale Apply to DR C J BALES 3apr4t Richmond TOP Rent A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable call on or address GEO D SIMMONS IGjan tf Richmond Ky EGGS Thnrmau always pays highest cash market price for eggs hides and feathers Call and see him next door to corner of Main and First streets 20fcbtf Even the bee in your bonnet have a sting Plymoth Rock Eggs For Sate I have for sale for setting purposes puro Barred Plymoth Rocks Eggs centspcr setting ot 15 C D MILLER 13martf Richmond Ky No is strong enough to shake hands with Temptation VTantci Ladies and eutlemeii to the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1899 Agents are coining money Cures all forms of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost time same as an ordinary comb Send 50 cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur III 27feblyr For I ofler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There eight rooms bathroom and hall and necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evan undersigned MRS SPEnD SMITH Richmond Ky Get In the Swim Chits Jacobs Main street tailor has just received new and complete line of end is now ready to make the most fastidious a nobby and uptodate suit Firstclass workmen employed and guarantee All clothes made by him will kept in repair for months free of charge Call and get prices and inspect my stock betoro your spring and summer clothing 27fe8t A WONDJJlFt1LNVJN1ION They curt dandruff fetir falling head acme etc costs tho same sean ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Cumuli The only patented Comb in world People everywhere it been intro duced wild with thought You simply comb your hair each day and the comb dues rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and Is made so that it Is impcMHe to break or cut the hair Sold lOa writ ten guarantee to airs perfect satiolac- lion inert MMMct Send Ladiea eie 50e GonU pIa1e Live wren wewen wanted t eey where to introw this arttefc on Mtiii Apntlnwit4 with ra p pr Ad tires Mgr Dste111iD04d tff M Fresh as Apple Blossoms Dress Staffs and Woven The loon artists have caught many a hint from nature and merchandise artists have made things almost as chap for you as if they grew We might as well attempt to the Rose as describe them Come and see them have your Judgment than they wer- esBOU6llT FOR YOU LIWe are some our and Department a few cut Clothing up you need we are make you Get be one strengthening We for established rest past patronage respectfully For particulars time bred nan introduce Sale aro all the 2janlyr the a casaimeres fits be purchasing tho has aro the absolutely RUmjMifef one MM See VJ JStmtQn Are the the the ours For Rent Time J W Herndon farm consisting of 227 acres situated one mile and a half west of Richmond on time Barnes Mill pike is advertised for rent A comfortable dwelling barns cisterns and all the usual outbuildings make this a desirable farm Apply to 27f8t Doc HEKXDON Mr Joseph Jefferson comes to the Lexington Opera House Monday April 15 for two performances matinee and night lie will present at tho matinee Rip Van Winkle and at night The RivalsA train will leave Lexington after the performance for the accommodation of Winchester Mt Sterling and Richmond parties Half fare rates will he made Time sale ors eats will Operahousebalcony 150 and f1 13martt When an opera loses his voice he falls back on his nerve Constipation Headache biliousness heartburn Indi gestion and all liver Ills are cured PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents I One person in every thirtynine in England neil Wales is a pauper Pimples blotches and all other spring troubles cured by Hoods Saran parilla the most effective of all spring medicines It Adelina Patti has celebrated her 58th birthday have never loved before HeAndwhy my precious Surely there others ns worthy as I She That wasnt it I had indigestion so bad I never could endure their prattle but I tool a bottle ot Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and have never seen any sign of it since Get it at all Druggists 13tnarlin Lord Roberts is possible purchaser of Mme Pattis cattle AriD TilE LION Something Better Titan The OU Saw The saying about the lion and the Inrab March often proves false but there is another and a better one which is litterally true When March comes in and finds you taking Hoods Sarsa parilla to purify enrich and vitalize your blood you may expect when it goes out that it leave you iree from that tired feeling antI with none of the bolls pimples and eruptions which manifest themselves because of youliavenotalroady Sarsaparilla for your spring medicine we you to begin todav We ssure you ft wilt make you feel better all through the coming summer ISmarlm Great Urkam has no distinctive and exclusive throne Eat a tIMMC4tWHIr8 If ylWMtt to It wont hurt you- epkHsett to think cabbage hung buftYj is their stomachs After Mcl- itehMe matter what you eat take ft Every Corner of the Orient Has been ransacked to make our store different from any other Never has it thingsthatrightly directed always wins Dainties Our New Carpets Rugs and Mattings Are alt in We are showing a big assortment of handsome hl hgrade Carpets In this de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers are represented In this stock When you buy Carpets from us it Is the same as buying from the mills you have but our profit to pay and the patterns you get are the very newest Just from the looms Look through our Carpet Department and get our estimates OUR HOISERY STOCK Is chuck lull of new novelties for the coming season We pride our selves on giving the best values and maintaining the lowest market anythingSMALL WARES AND NOTIONS Vie are always in the lead when it comes to small wares and notions We are continually showing new things in Belts Combs NotionDepartment uptodateeretimings our traverse daily who are you the tlfings as as we servo is are W B OLBHAM COMPANY WE PLEASE YOU OTHERS Ky may 50 or twelve singer by Hoods are SheI are MARCH fn leptoility DO YOU WANT To sell your REALESTATETIJJRER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anyJthe particulars as I may be able to help you Address Jlr N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly It may be a miracle to turn water in to wine but any bartender can turn beer into a pitcher 100 R wad 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that timers is at least o le dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and this is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional diseaserequires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internallyacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the founda- tIon of the disease and giving the patient strength by building the constitution and assistinguature in doing its work The proprietors hayo so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for testimonials Address- F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best The dyspeptic dramatic critic likes plays well done If they are not he is apt to roast timers Tho Kidney And The Skin In the springthe kidneys have much to do If they are weak or torpidthey will not do it well and the skin will be pimply or blotchy That is telling the story In it few words lloodsSarsapariila strengthens and stirauIatesUie kidneys cures and pro vents pimplesyblotches and all cutaue ous eruptions Dont fail to take it Buy a bottle today One hundred workmen are said to liaye been killed in St Petersburg in an encounter with Cossacks AQISNOY IA Oct 17 1899 PEPSIN SYRUP Co Monticello III OENrsl have used Dr Cald wells with marked success 1 unhesitatingly recommend it to those suffering stomach trouble or con stipation Its certainly blessing to humanity You are at liberty to use repectfahhyl3marlmn A Geneva correspondent says it IB re ported that Mr Kruger will visit time United States this month if his health permits lfThis tipwtare Ie avery box of tho geaulae Laxative BrOlJOQHi Tatio the meedy W ewrM a eeW ta MM 47 The Emperor of the fhilippln is golBK to a WoMen trip for the beaeMt Of hta health OOt1JJA OOLD IX OKI BJLT ttte LsMIvIofflo QuielneTaWeta Aft 4riaie4a ftJyud time raowy lIt M1tMMeJjM J h r Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbyaseghaveis equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box ejustcondition Tonic blood purifier andIvermifuge They mire not food medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 ents per package The Brazilian Governmena is taking precautions against a monarchist uprising Correspondents Wanted Write to us if you want to learn what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do or call at our stores and get a trial bottle Ten doses 10 cents at all drug stores 13marlm i shouldnt work so hard protested the gold brick solicitor if other peqplo didnt work so hard V Cure Eczema and llcliing Humors Through The Blood Cost Nolhins to Try it T B B B Botanic Blood Balm takcu tliVblood eiz8nma scabs scales Ulcers water blisters boils aching hollos and joiutsprickiy pains the skinpldr eating sores ulcers etc Botadlc limed Balm will make the blood ptiici and rich heal every sore and perm nently stop all tho itching sensations Botanic hoed Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B at alt drug stores l Trial treatment free By writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble anti free medicine advice give until cured Costs notimimg to try B B B as medicine Is sent pre paid 2 Oak ebony anti mahogany are time three best known woods which nr heavier than water There are some women who seem lb V he perennially youthful Tho grown daughters are companions as well fa children and the color in the motherfc cheeks the brightness in her eyes tli A rouhclness of her form all speak abounding health What is her seoul She is at tho middle ago of life wlien BO many women aro worn wasted amid yet time lies only ripened her charm The secret Of this matronly health adJI leauty may ho told In the brief lfiDr Pierces Favorite Prescription TIme general health of woman is so Intimately related to the local health of tint delicate womanly Organs that where these are diseased the whole body must stiffer Favorite Prescription 1nlcerarionand vitality Women who have lost their health and their beauty hfmr been made robust and roev clieekod by the use ofJhisp1attelousm didnb Acj1tee7froem hives I Ste7 tilt Owick uui Wiwlci ci UM A 1JtxthRrom QuAils Taielm a e4tt in one iy No euK5b0 piijrHoH 21 ete c 1TR KS COPTG44TS OBTAINEDir UcelnlnyenuvoAgeBook Charges moderate Tfo fee UU patent Is secured AddressEo C aQio HDm kan4 icjnsure your dwelllncs barns and othervro vertrlritbe BLUB GRASS 1NSUKANLB COM j InstitutionGivesFIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO Ioueatf charged to beeomeamembcrofcoinpapy The cheapest company Jot the theStsteyearftPor call on L P courtIoiisemay2lly gDJg IIr1 De yJ m it fri1 cr EacbpU treatments for diseases of the Heart Nerve Fe ale ulseaees nheumtIm IIna Pile jt is evident that great faith In their treatments for chronic diseases And wo1fly orJ nsldeiatlon afflicted reader may 00 worth of treatwent especially prepared for their case with tn 4ious We will advise them to wrll tot ij af Aicet the Ger Plain envelopes use also plain for the contain- Ing TOnS decl9ly 93 Mason St f 1 rD n om 6 g 0 CJ U Z t 2 c t n i9ft1c 0 IIjtT1 rr1 a CI en rt en Iz OUl JtfAJ Jcn Lrn Iii f s M The Gornfn Readers IfnEN Ih phy they have Ala have FREE confidential itWE iUlBEd A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT pAIN r- Ii CURES ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILEp5 TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS wl JUKS F Sola Proprietor 310 Noih Street ST LOUIS MOr For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists i4 it1h D OF LEX NiTNKYr The Giant investment of th PAYS i Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead i 1 Y- Tln Oompany is IPR limn 7 ypars oH und has a greater premium inixiine lo the business in rforce than any Iife Insurance Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company offers special advantages H SMITHSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MUD A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky oeeeem I lt eeei 9jQO I ThH Reason liaR arrived when tile fanners search ry line uf Disc 3 Corn Jlonfing and Gntterinz specialty Buckley Tinner Utxll and examine stock before buying elsewhere SMITH Irs BAIRD Sec and WARE General Gu ty O you On the The BEST because will make you the Money WELLSEND 300FRE Stomach Address strictly MitnantecVls gm DoctcwstkeCelebrated WillfSiU tesIftg symptoinz medicineGEniIAMAMEIUCAN MANKINDzTABLETS BUCKEYE CURE WHERE BorrLEsrsbtjErit DALLARD Main houthrn Mutuar111v nt BENEFITS Company 380000Amount BOlAJTUIMN ifl PLOWS PLOWS are in thatb4we our Vulcan Plows New Western Harrows1Cultivators Barlow Hardware Planters Stoves Tinware fin a W D I our ITAYLOR BROS C E F E Trens 1 M Manager ITn Jefferson auity Sur IncorporatmlI CONTRACT Marketttt Mst Wa7S3C000 PILE LIVING It is BEST because 3Lon our Books I i It requires LESS money to comi TZ plete an Investment in The Jeffer + son than in any other Company + 4 ++ + virtuallyGroundA trial will prove the wisdom of ai Investment in The Jefferson 4rHOME OFFICa No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY OEOANirED ISM OEO VVMORRr S Prcs WW JUTE Vice Pres TUG MUTUAL LIrE INSURANCE C o OF liENTUCKY Inc Home Office Luisvi1eKy DavIs MerrIwether Becy Jos Fettui Treas Jas JJ Hteadman Medical Dlrectcr henry A Hodge Sapt Agencies Kentucky Admitted 4tssets nee 19Q 0187H 33 bimPUJ3 Dec 31 MOV 19iO5 13 Increase hi Surplus 15097432 Income for 1710 77J6Z7 M Utpenditarea for IFS 6018x1 6- 0Bceu In joiae over expenditures 17151 M t losaraacs In Force December 31 IWO ttW53il Jf H KENNEDY SpedalAgent IJ CmlyRICHMOND Ky THE isiorsirnurzoFEu OYERS The Milh t1Breederoif Vice Employers who think they nothingcjsibuteand rela tmflions are far less per sonal than many a slaveowner toward his slaves are not oft en branded as a dangerous class But as a matter of fact pindifferencethe allies ofvice says Bishop Potterin Everybodys Maga zinetSueh are the employ ers who overlook the indecen cy of conveniences which oblige the sexes to use them iu common whose theory of gain will brook the perpetual presence of an immoral fore man or floorwalker provided only he make the business go who do not hesitate to impose the extreme limit oftlabor under the maximum ameliorative conditions ant whose employees aredemoral ized amid an industrialismt which is m the destruction and the devel dptmjnt of individ1iahtj The heartlessness of the church which is only a religious club was once satirized by a earI toon showing a church vesti bule which a nickelinthe slot dummy usher whose initoviblcltion said Jtness of some manufactories in New York is of the same stripe At the door of them ought to be an automatic bar gainmaker as well as an automatic timerecord and it should say Come in young ladies We want you because you work cheaper than men All social customs to be left at home Seats for everithree of you till the law favors you less and fifty plus fifteen equals sixty when we come to count your hours per week The time must come when every mill will reinforce the righteousness of the home as does the school today Schools that should foster immorality among their pupils or that should even be indifferent to its presence would be bat tered down by an outraged public opinon why should the girl in the school be more sacred in the Communitys eyes than the girl in the mill Shallschools be as- eivilizationmakers while mills remain civilization destroyers through moralconditions while civilizationaiders in material things Ilhe Republican papers which are condemning Mary lands new election laws do not seem to be aware that it is designed to prevent the Republicans carrying the State as they have for sever al elections by the wholesale use of repeaters practically half the colored population of Washington being imported each fall for the purpose Well the war in the Philippines must have been sup pressed at lastas it is official ly reported that 300 of their war boats have been de stroyed We should like to know however how they came to have so many war ships months after the war had been declared at an end Boni has shot his adversary and thus prQved his in nocence triumphantly By the way what was he accused of I WEIGH 175 EDS Former Weight 155 Gain 40 M thebenefitmedicines is imaginary It is not the Prescriptionand sick women welL A woman may shessickpositiveproefPrescription is found in the restoration andformand weight which can be registered in pounds and ounces ointimatelyof the womanly organs that when these are the whole body tePrescriptionweaUeniugdminSihea1s1nllammation cures female weakness suffererskiiow ofleecbwoodwhatyourablessingsix bottles of your medicine and three l8edidnelYUIwhentime I ever had with ny oftIy three cilMrtn nriiclueandthreevajsof mebeforeOGly weighed potClds JfeW I wei 11s XsaAlyier fr cent MSRHM to pay nrpcim el BMattac only IDrL y WY t f TSuprerneCourt has decided to take a recess of two week thus arbusing a popu laT elief that the decision in h insular Ceases will be a- ntn tced when reconvenes If this is so the chances are that the court will decide that it has nojurisdiction as other wise it would probably take much longer to reach a de cision Now it turns out that the Census returns have been added in a Republican dis rict in Maryland by adding the names of all who had died there in the last ten years This was done on the advice of Representative Mudd of the district who thus by the way made it easy to colonize uegrbs fromWashingtony- FormerGovcrnoiT Hill bf New York struck a respon sive key note wJicihe eOn demned the Brittisli fOr their attempt to destroy he Boer republics Can either President Cleveland ov Harrison be imagined rc sit i1g supine and allowing this o be done v Jr Senator Chanuler jbais gained by his defeat Forced out of the Senate which offers a six years job at best he has been aappointed chairman of the Cuban Clairps Commission which is a life job atthe least estimate It is customary of course to decry New York and abuse nunany but as a matter of fact considering everything that city is stated by good au thorities to be one of the best governed in the world This is no joke although most peo plemay think it is icaraguanCanal ly All the Republicans say this therefore it must be sayingitllxing the date somewhere in the near future But the fu ture never comes IIhave been troubled with indiges for ten years have tried many things and spent much money to no DyspepsiaCureten more relief from them than all other medicines taker I feel more like a boy than I have felt in twenty years Anderson Uiees of Sunny Lane Texas Thousands have testified as did Mr Riggs Perry Thomas Probably the summer of 1902 will see Teddy writing testimonials in favor of the United States Senate as furn ishing a fine chance for the strenuous life I had piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried De Witts Witch Hazel Salve After anythlingPoint NY Look out for imitations Be sure you ask for UeWitts Perry Thomas The prohibition of the sending of intoxicants through the mails will be the first intimation that most people have that this has hitherto been permissible You cannot enjoy perfect healthrosy livelisDeXViita Little Early Risers cleanse gripePerryPorto Ricans are certainly learning the ropes fast Their richmen now come all the way to Washington to kick about having to pay their taxes Spring coughs are specially dangerous anti unless cured at onceserious results often follow One Minute Cough Cure sets like magic It is not a common remedyierry Possibly the base ball mag nates are not adverse to the squabbles in which they are engaged in viewof theamount- of advertising theyare getting out of them I The Weather Bureau has announced that March will probably be a disagreeable month We could have guess ed that ourselves Why should J Pierpont Morgan have gone to Europe Doubtless Europe would have cometo him hadhe so desired Mr Mudd had the right to look for more consideration from such agood fellow Republican as Director Merrian If you arent satisfied with the weather youve got just wait a little while and youll get the sort you want Probably Boni will tell the next man that insults him to go and get a reputation and then come around again Wish Li Hung Chang would let us have a recipe for his method of thriving on fatal illness Possibly George Gould lent Boni the money to buy his dueling cartridges Worlds siannkcturers Use 90 tons of jmfcl and 515 tons oi silver a year- Even tIwHMaexpIOve IoM hlI iI p i i he king a Of DOdbrT the growing between the plantation r andthe coffee pot the flavor may be changed the nh1lditv spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un J scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care tho same thought for cleanliness that yoU would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARDUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than would get from other package coffees Be sure you Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles t In each round package of Arbucklcs Roasted Cone there Is a list of articles With each package In which the List la found the purchaser has bought a or some article to be selected by him or her from the List subject only to the condition that the signature on the package is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communlcutions to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY OKLAHOMA IndianTerritory Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central MemphisQnIyOneNight Road Dy Leaving Louisville at neon O as rasDa Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville- For schedules anti rates write to R H FOWLER Tray Pass AgtI O K R Louisville Ky Burlington tlJ Route Great Train Service No 41 at 9 a ri from St Loul for Kansas City anti entire 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but a short and delightful ride by lake rail Weekly Excursions VIA Big Four Route TO BUFFALO On Tuesdays May 7 14 21 and 28 rate of one fare plus SI round trip good for return leaving Buffalo up to midnight of the tenth following date of sale On all through tickets either ono way or round east of fluffa1oprIyiiegof atopOTe for ten day will begrantedat Buffalo on deposlto of ticket with Joint Agent at that point and payuientbf tee of fl CArt on orAvrito AgenlR Pig lQtiyr for loll information circulars trExposition etc iL II i WAUJLYNCL W P WEWf feal PsetAgt J G P AT A1- L h f C8ICUa fto 0 tii 4 lsiiz tf Begins in Anyhere you get day IHBk1DHPa RESTORES VITALITY MadoaWell of Mo T7RIINci REMEDY produces the above result and1oasescausedbyerrcrsofyouth 5 In 30 days Cures Young Men resIn Man IttlvesInthewtChwetttcaFor sale by Steck Ion Hagan Druggists KodolDyspopsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or digestantandcan approach it In efficiency It In stantly 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VILEY MAIN STr LFXINGTON KY ISfebly PRODUCE tlJfJfJJf Having closed out my stock of Groceries I wili now devote my entire time to the I PRODUCE 1t1t11J1 1t- 1IBUSINESS J Will pay more for Poultry Eggs etc than any house in Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before disposing of anything in this line AT GOTT1 Near L N Depot RIOHMONDKY octlOt YI6OHMENMAC ETIC VIlE Sold with a Written trotrx Quarente to cur ralllnit Mornorr and all crlajcseeueae lLust oeofiiPasJMlaa Haeaa Dragslsts declely PITTSBURG iCENTRAL STOCK YARDS 1 EAST LIBERTY PA orER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES tO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarge and rearranged2 it is tine nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point FAst of IndianapoHs for Blti rnnGood buyers always in attendance for export caitle and ill other kinds of stocks GkMisIgnments for CowmwMi lrII1 given prwwpt 4 IJLl n b lIn= Ifr UO1ULi illr II t7 y BEPAIXI a AND TIMEIMOFTJfB WATCHES A LE LANE r a taAH Werk Guraiieei J Street RICHMOND KYI YourIPLOW Yi i+ ife+ iIiCall in and see we have in the way of PLOWS CULTIVATORS HARROWS CORN PLANTERS And all Kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTL- We can make it to your Interest as well as Our own if you will do It FULL LINE OF REPAIRS madeTheGUAnANTEECome band see the Evans Disc Corn Planter the tallest and BEST theLOWES 1 y AKELFORD QMFATJ MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY tt TO QutT + decided to quit business we will sell our entire STOCKOF +TT VT TV r u t If 5 j BUSINE3SE J fiax4ti d expecttonever have another opportunity like this We have be bedisposedquoted some of our prices Ladies Fine S 3 50 now go at S 2 60 u t h 3 00 2 15i i 2 50t 185 60cc00Mensce i 3 50 U 2 60I c 3 00 2 33 1t75 1 60 Mens Bootees 5 00 Jl 3 60t 4 00 300 And everything else in proportion othersatCall early and select you want we will do the rest 44Main Opp Court House Main what i BOOTS SHOES ETC Shoes worth what Freeman Brosa I LET US vilu1JUON YOUR WANT IN THE DISC NARROW 25SSJ uSuperior On Wheels t++t+ LOWOLOGY 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