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IA TITII3 RICHMOND CLIMAX rex VOLUME 97RICHMOND 3 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAy APRIL HI 1901 NUMBER 46fiL PROFESSIONAL OARDS I 4r3a1s RE ROBERTS ATTORNSYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jraOIBce over CllnaxOOJo with Jas B Me Creary Second Street RW MILLER ATTOaSBYATLiW RICHMOND KBxrocrr Office in theliJarnam Building next door to armeri National Dank eb3ly SULLrV A JA ATTORNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court louse on Main tHreeti J 0 D M OHEN AULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofliceon Second street over Chen nlts grocery W It LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office with T T Smith Jr over Covington Mitchells iiTAL30T AC SON ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rOllcdn Prathtr Building Main Rtrce PSY8IOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In the oeC iUn building IS and ac Sec end Street orei Vnue old drugstore 17 CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty 3Office at my stable on corner Firat and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly 110 JASPER M D Medicineand Surgery Ofhce Prathcr Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D JW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STOGEBT Dt a te t thowD- EtTI5T OP Louisvtiut taQfflce next door to Government Building RiahmBba Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 nov7ly J Dr Louis II Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY APR 17 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Kynisylly Mine HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and s Knife Plaiting Richmond Ky eptl9tf Our Goods AND sOur prices+ + f++ Compel you to trade with us whep7you give us a trial r b itiD aJ 1 t igJI mIIlJtJD The ladies cannot be dccch ed phrases nor bombastic claiins All we have to say is we buy in the pest markets of thevor1d select the Ja jouiU 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PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co- W LLBRDS Painter and Decorator I7Jantf PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN RftlLMY IN KENTUCKY Ctetaiti Sefcodolt Is Eftct HIT 10 1300 t UND Nto 5 No X LT oulavllle 745am 400pm 74opm Ar SbelbyrilleI BItom i33pm 905pm Ar LarencebgI lam 635pm 84Spnx Ar Versailles 1016am 647pm IttOJpm Ar Lexlncton 104Sam 715pm 1030pm WESTDOUHD KNo6 No2 No4 jr Lexington7niam 435pm 615am Ar Versaflies75am Bffipm S3Sam Ar LarencebgEla 30pm 5 S3am Ar Sbelbgvllle9i0am 615pm 630am Ar LoalSTllle 1040am 740pm 7tOatn ZLSTBOtO WESTBOUHn Vti tl N1NIZto- Opas Ar 4pm lR4Oam a6pm No1LIIITATION 890pm L10am 715pm 440pm 720am 730pm 430pm 710apt ZASTSOUXDL WSSTBODKD Nol5 tNo tIl HTATIORL NQ1tNO 4Glim tamLY LoulSf1l Ar l040isu UOpm tS2pm MOam UYr SbelbTil Ar 910am OlSpm 647pm Verallcs Ar 750am BOSpm 110pm LlOamfir Midway LT 730anj S40pm fMptn lLOamlAr Georlttn LY 7am 3lopm XA3TBOUND WESTBOUND trio STATIONS CltN tltNo LY LoulsrilAc ItNo Piiil0 = LY 7OOam L02pm verallMArl 658am 405pm LIAr dSam lIfIm l pm TATIOKS No L No 3 14am 1 pm Ar Lcx1XtOnIa4aam lasopm Ar Coxyille7UOpni t4Sam Ar AlkeTl11e llOpn Ar SIaaI a 5150 lor JIC1ISORTU = 115Ilol8 ampm 8am MAL1at4i023pm lLiOa- mld 5S 225pm- JS4IEViU 1jy IIIOpm M lMnIt loC5pm il4S oAr 4eeM 3Q1Q Ar Orlftma321- LLrLivi to 31r rnaLI1i fiab rYIr r Loulav- I43wrAtI b iO SrMr cLinoE w IAUk alpaa rYWa- TlaLe Au 5al bIe LOIteW 1xiiI 51- auygiadb 54 Geofswft J 114 i d Ui ca4lIeZPCJs45rw- w V stu r IOlaYlu m ad 3 eau pi ssadav r Otlar oaYlIo89 J 4WaiB nowo AEaPAiwk a zeYi1 Ka 1 l1 CHAUTAUQUAATTRACTIONS Spfendid Array of Talent Being Booked for Approach ing Session ILezloctoD Herald The Chautauqua session of the present year the first of the twentieth century will be made memorable by the em ployment of a galaxy of celeb rities on the platform which will cause the program for variety and brilliancy to the best which has ever been of fered The session will be open on June 25 continuing through July 5 Dr W L Davidson who has been long at the helm is now busily en programWhile make full announcement at a time when many negotiations are pending a host of nota ble names may be mentioned by those who will appear dur ing the session The lectur ers will include Dr Robert S McArth r the celebrated pastor of the Cavalry Baptist Church of New York City one of the most popular men MorganWood enally sucessful as a Congre rational pastor in Toronto Detroit and Cleveland having won for himself wide reputa tion Lou Beauchamp a lecturer whose very ability has made him immensely pop ular he has already been heard with great pleasure by many people of Kentucky Jahu DeWitt Miller an old old friend who has been ab sent for several years from the platform and whose re turn will be hailed with glad ness Dr S A Steel whose unique recital of home life in the old South has never been surpassed by any living man it has been impossible in ether years to secure him and his coming is certain to give great pleasure Dr Kelley a broadminded and liberal Catholic priest who has won wide renown for his remarka ble lectures and whose pres ence on the Chautauqua plat form will give eviuence of the undenominational character of the work attempted Rev Stanley Krebs in his lecture The Marvels and Mysteries of Mind with experiment performed in the presence of the audience will be a great delight Dr S D Gordon of Cleveland 0 will have charge of the Biblical Exposition and will make it intensely inter esting and helpful to all the present Miss Finie Murf ree Burton an enthusiastic and delightful teacher will have charge of the childrens work and a daily normal class for Sundayschool teachers and workers Two superb soprano soloistsMiss Donna Adair of Chicago and Miss Sibyl Sam mis of New York City have already been engaged The readers include Miss Kathe rine E Oliver who is without a peer on the platform and Louis Spencer Daniel who is inimitable in his negro dia lect There will be delightful entertainments by the Boston Carnival Company illustrated and illuminated the Imperial WOMAN I t ISUKEABELKATE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT In good condlJcn she Is sweet and lovable and sings lifes son on a Joyful harmonious string Out of order of unstrung there Is discordance and uthappiness Just as there Is one keynote to HI music so there Is one key la tryflywell while the organs that make her awoman are weak or diseased She must be healthy tnstdsorshe cant be healthy outside There are thousandsof women suffering silently all over thfl country Mistaken modesty urges their silence While there Is nothing more admirable than a modest woman health Is of the first Importance Every other con sideration should give way before it Brad flelds Fnalo Regulator Is a medicine lot women sills IlL- Sthsafeztandquich est way to cure Isu cprrhea falling of tliewambnervousiis backache and gen eral weakness You will be astonished at the resuiL ei peelalTylfyau have bseg xpenlag vth other CiI xsmbdfas iXJ aeklsg jreirtotryan uncer hriaty radf1eIds- kegrilalorhasmada ltappyhollllandaof Woimen It Jwudoo for others kOM do tor you gild ia drugstores Ii otle A Is IlIUCt- Ibk WIlt be Wbe sUe r wl Attest 6 ii1I Hand Bell Ringers Karl Ger maine the famous magician and the wonderful vitagraph with an entirely new series of moving pictures many of delightfully colored- A unique feature of the duringthe GypsyOrchestra in daily concerts during the session They play the best of music in an exceptional manner and have been heard with great delight in the leading cities of the country Boiling Arthur hnsol will present two marvelous stere opticon lectures The Pas sion Play of 1900 and The Paris Exposition with color ed photographs Arthur Fal Englishmanis importing for the season will be heard in some delight ful literary lectures Mrs Ormiston Chant the most brilliant woman in England will also be heard in lectures Negotiations are pendingwith Senator Albert J Beveridge Lieut Richmond Pearson Hobson and Chinese Minister WuThis rare offering has cer tainly never been excelled at the Kentucky Chautauqua- and will insure the largest patronage it has ever enjoyed From time to time notices will be given to the public and in due time tents will be placed on sale and season tickets sold and every effort will be made to make this the best year in every sense of the word which the Kentucky Chautauqua has ever had cureIndigestionyourself That only makes it worse when you do eat heartily You always need plenty of good bed properly di rested Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the result of vearK of bcientific research for Iomethingthat would digest not only some elements of food but ever kind And it is the one remedy that will do it Perry Thomas ATTENTION INYEN TORS We have received a pamphlet entitled HowTo Obtain Patent Caveat TradeMark and Copyright Protection with Decisions in Leading Patent Cases published by- E G Siggers of Washington D Ca patent lawyer of twentyone years active prac tice The pamphlet contains among other things a map of Washington and is rnplete with valuable information to inventors A copy of it can be obtained free of charge by addressing E G Siggers Box 21 918 F St N W Washing DCLast winter I was confined to my lungsNothingwife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected aepeedy cure I cant ot speak too highlv of that excel lent remedy Mr T iv Houseman Maiiatawuey Pa Perry Thomas HOBSON TO MARRY A WINCHESTER GIRL A dispatch from Winchester says the announcement of the mactiageof Capt Richmond Pearson Hobson of Merri mac fame at Santiago Bay to Miss Emeline Grigsby of New York City recalls the fact that Miss Grigsby is a native of this city She is a daughter of the late Capt Lewis Braxton Grigsby who was prominent lawyer here He was a Colonel our the Federal side in the Civil War and afterward United States Consul to Panama He was also City Attorney of this place from i 875 to 1879 In the latter part of 1879 he went witlT his family to Colorado where he died a year or tWQ later and since his death his daughter Miss Emeline has lived with relatives in New York She is about 26 years old and was born in what is known as the Rees House in this city and is re membered by the people hero as a beautiful child Her brother BraxtonGrigs by wasa member of Roose velts Rough Riders and was wounded in the battle of San Juan Hill Emeline andBrax ton were the only children of Cob Grigsby Jt ia mistake that the latter warn a native of Virginia He wa s born and raised in this county Possibly BeDatir Pl tt now wishes that he bad itfa l Tiny Tim Woodruff tobecoifii GovensSr of tiMBEwpireSt ifc I yd 7 5C115EMUiJSlON jF I OF CODLIVER OIL WITH- HYPOPHOSPmTES should always be kept in the house for the folr lowing reasons FIRSTBecause if any member of the family has a hard cold it will cure it SECOND Because If theTchil dren are delicate and sickly it will make them strong and well THIRD Because If the father or mother Is losing flesh and becoming thin and emaciated it will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because It is the standard remedy In all throat and lung affections No household shouid be without It It can be taken in summer as well azIn winterS and oo all druggists SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York THE SMART SET FOR APRIL The April number of the Smart Set is crowdedwith articles and stories that coin mand public interest The leading novelette is entitled The Taming of Sylvia and is by Elizabeth Duel who is better known tb Knickerbock er Society as Mrs James G King Duer This story gives the author a very high place among the popular writers of today It is light bright and charming and the somewhat difficult version of the hoyden Sylvia the granddaughter of the Generala millionair gentleman oi the old school into a proper young lady of society and a matrimonial subject will be followed by the reader with intense amusement Bobbie her side partner objects strongly to what he solemnly considers her ruin You know Count ess he says I cant ap prove of it When I had charge of Syl she was in first class condition She could skate all the morning and ride all the afternoon without turn ing a hair but look at her now How she has gone off You havens felt her muscle lately I suppose Why I dont believe that if she hit me now she could make me feel it and last month almost staggered I can tell you when she planted a good left hander Julien Gordon Mrs Van Rensselaer Cruger contributes to the number a long short story In Palace Gar dens that was awarded 250 in a recent prize contest in this magazine It is a story of Americans in Florence where Mrs Cruger sojourned during the past year and is written with remarkable power Mrs M E W Sherwood has an interesting article en titled Certain Patriotic Ex iles on the American colony in Paris During her resi dence abroad Mrs Sherwood was an intimate acquaintance of many distinguished exiles and her reminiscences will prove entertaining to a very large circle Another brilliant article in the number is The Lovers of the World by Edgar Sal tus There are stories by Mrs Poultney Bigelow Clin ton Ross Douglas St George Huntington Guy Somerville Francis M Livingston Kate Jordan Katherine de Wolf Marvin DanaandH A Keays The number is especially rich in verse with poems by Edgar Fawcett Guy Wet more Carryl Charles Henry Webb Edith Seesions Tup per Katherine La Farce Nor ton Martha McCulloch Wil liams and Carolyn Wells Some people take the ground that nothing will damage the Republican party now that the billion and a half Con gress has passed unrebuked An organization that does not suffer from such spoiliation as this must be immune from everythingelseTbe 5 has had a hard Ian in politics Not only tare his recommenda tions as to federal patronage bjea ignored but he has also been turned datrn by his own xrestore Qdeii whom he deUU l ALL ON ACCOUNT OF THE BOOTS ILondon Answers As a Sergeant was bawling OIt his orders in a barracks in Dublin and watching the line of feet as the raw recruits endeavored to obey the word of command he found to his astonishment that one pair of feet more noticable on ac count of their extra large size never turned Without taking his eyes off those feet the Sergeant bawl ed out a second order About face He could see that all the feet except those he watc1ed turned in obedience Rush ing up to the owner a little fellow he seized him by the shoulder shouting Why dont you turn with the rest I did replied the trem bling recruit You did eh Well I watched your feet and they never moved Its the boots they gave me sir saiti the poor fellow Theyre so large that when I turn my feet turns inside of them Skin troubles cuts burns scapds and chafing quickly heal by the uw of DeWitts Salve It Is imitated Be sure you Ret DeWitts Perry Thomas Mr Riiss autobiography The Making of an American is attracting as much attention as it appears in the Outlook us did Mr Booker T Washingtons autobiographical serial Up From Slaver y which is now having a large sale in book form In the April magazine number of the Outlook Mr Riis tells of his early and tying experiences in obtaining a foothold in the great city which he afterwards did somuch to improve The story is dramatic and at the same time amusing 3 a year The Outlook Co 287 Fourth Ave New York Those famous little piils DeAVitts Little Early Risers will remove all impurities from your system cleanse your bowels make them regular Perry 5 ThomasNEW MUSIC IN THE STORE WINDOWS An inspiring marchsong has recently been issued with the title of When They Play God Save the King The song is just as interesting as its title for it is based on the fact that Americaand God Save the King are sung to the same melody Every Darkey Had a Raglan On is the title of a con vulsingly funny coon song which is the reigning hit in New York theatres The odd idea of the song makes it very popular Tis All I Ask is one of those beautiful semipopular love songs by Otto Henizman the composer of Sometimes Dear Heart Every singer should have it in his reper toire The quaintest song of the season is Jane Jane Jane Heelan andHelfs new waltz song Dainty Yords and dainty melody make ita charm ing number Charles Shackford the com poser spoken of as enshrined in the hearts of all music lovers has a beautiful new ballad entitled Just at the Turn of the Tide a story of surpassing loveliness The above publications are issued this month by Jos W Stern Co who are also agents for the celebratedS S Stewart Banjos and the Geo Bauer Mandolins and Guitars They will be pleased to send cat4tlogucfree main offices 34 E 21st Street New York The proposition has been made that Congress should establish a National Park at Valley Forge where are to be found many of the most in teresting relics of the most dramatic episode of our Rev olutionary War The country round abound about these relics is well suited for the purpose as is shown by the many interesting illustrations in the article on Valley Forge as a National Park by E W Hoclter in tte April nisziae i4mber of ihe OutlodL 3gear Th Outlook C- e28Trth lf w Yk BRASSFIELD Mr Andy Carpenter has returned from Illinois Brassfield sent in its usual crowd to court last Monday Hogs art somewhat scarce here but buyers are plentiful A large crowd attended ser vices at Portwook last Sun dayMr Find Jones is adding a new addition to his dwelling houseMrs Emma Azbill who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Mr and Mrs Joe Williams ave been visiting Mr Clark Daniels and wife Miss Lizzie Jones spent Saturday night with the Misses McWhorter Mr Nick Thorpe of near Richmond visited relatives here last week The recent showers are thrown the farmers back con siderably with their work Miss Lucy Collins of Sta tion Camp has been the guest of the Misses McWhorter Mr Albert Rose has been with his grandfather who is very sick at his home near Dreyfus Dr Ginger Lunsford has rented the Logston property recently vacated by Mr Allen Powell and talks of putting- I a music store Rumor says that Mr Ed Hammond who went to Illinois sometime ago has married and will arrive in a few days with his bride Much EdMr Speed Ogg of Dreyfus has purchased a house and twentytwo acres of land from Mr Loweft and will soon be with us Mrs Ogg will bring a gristmill with him which will not be out of order Secretary Root it is said is going to the Philippines to study the situation there It really looks as though the Secretary did not place entire confidence in the reports brought from there by Jere miah Beveridge and General Otis The United States is the first country in the world to make open provisions for pay ing spies this having been done in the case of the Philip pines All other countries have the decency to veil such work Possibly Mr Hannas long ing for Senators from Dele ware and Nebraska has some thing to do with the ship subsidy bill which Senator Frye says is not yet dead Senator Hanna is hedging on the Delaware fight Hav ing pursuaded the President to use federal patronage to elect Addicks he now says that any good man will do n If you have it you know it You know all about the heavy feeling in the stomach the formation of gas the nausea sick headache and general weakness of the whole body You cant have if a week without your blood being impure and your nerves all exhausted Theres just one remedy for you AersSariQPari Theres nothing new about it Your grandparents took it Twas an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsaparillas were known It made the word Sarsaparilla famous over the whole world Therds no other sarsa parilla like it In age and power to cure its U The leader of them all MM a trite All tnifrt Ayers Pills cure constipation After Mffcrfaff terribly I was tedooM to tnr your SarsHmrllln Itook three sow feel Hke aacwman I would adflMal13f3sw a lot H tn dUoritod I D GOOD Jtmttlttt BrowntowB Vs Na het wa4eveeMpsIbly rsssI wiu Sbe 4ee- Isfv Wilt rtve a pvt Hply MdreDi X I F 0 AN INVITATION To ride in one of elegant Phaetons is always appreciated by those who like comfort and ease while driving We have the handsomest stock of Buggies Phaetons Surreys Buckboards Traps Car riages Dog Carts ct that has ever been seen in Richmond Every vehicle in our shop is made right tl WE KNOW nOW We carry a complete stock of Trimming CarriageWoodcharge 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 arriac Works O Call in andrenew your subscription to the CLIMAX VIGORMEN MAGNETIC flEA VINE EasnrQiIeklrPenuiiitrrBesfand Sold with a Wrttte Onaraee to cur1taIltT ebllltT Insomnia 3aIlInc Ilemory and al lalerneeleThe Rust Me41C1no CoSlaIillUnA PITTSBURG Ita iiCENTRAL STOCK YARDS g EAST LIBERTY FA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES 10 SHIPPFRS r i rearrangedIt v Best Distributing Poi t East of for Balti nol Washington Philadelphia New XOlklandall Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle stnd all otter of stocks 2a Consignments for Cojamissioa frms giveR proinpi at leution 1i OD- QNnLLtjj The Richmond Climax OHENAULTProPrietor1A flubs II PICKELSAsocIat Editor WEDNESDAY AlHIL 3 1901 PUBLISH EVER WEDNIC3UAY BT The Climax Printing Oo PIllCK PER YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET w volt COUNTY JUDGE N D TURPIN FOR ATTOnNEY J TEVIS CODE FOB 8UEEIFP JOHN V WAGERS tAIIWI JAM US lArKy FOB CI rlHUK JEo vlli s rowuxflvICUAIltH 4 x nsk uEr JWWAGEU8 qa ASE3aOR aEOBQE JJOLAND FOB SUBVBTOB 8 F ROCK FOB CORONER CLIFF SAMUELS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITY ATTORNEY We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate lor reelection to the otflce ol City Attorney subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C CityAttorneyscratic party We are authorized to announce W II LKTOIIBR Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democrat pcarty THE PASSING OF CENTRAL UNIVERSITY Our citizens to a man were surprised and shocked beyond raeneuie when the startling intelligence that n plan was on foot it merge our Central Uni Vt rally into the destiny lot and fortunes of Centre College at Danville reached their ears iu the early part of last week This surprise and shock reached a point of disgust ant indignation when on Saturday last the city yapera heralded the factof the consummation of tie deal and that our college which nnd whose staging has been so long a pride to onrHearts was ours no more Thi nation comes all the more as a blow to onr community from its very suddenness With no previous warning or intimation the blow has fallen like a thunderbolt from a clear sky up on us and the amazement and anger of our people is almost universal The reasons set forth by those managing this movement for its cause are said to be a benevolent attempt to uuito the tO wings of the Presbyterian church which wore severed by the late war Motives however other than these are BiispicioneJ by outsiders Indeed it is boldly stated on every hand that it is owing to the gradual decline of tho University under its present manage ment that its Chancellor islios to shift the responsibility of its failure and ultimate wreck front his own shoulders by uniting it with Center Suck a proceeding is not in the least rk IHUUO Klcbmottd and her people Our public is unanimously of the opinion that Hit be true that Control University be on a decline the manly way to solve the problem ot the future would have been for her Curators to have placed newt management in charge and seen I what new blood and energy could do i toward restoring Central bt A sentiment is therefore prevalent that iue Chancellor has not played fair with the community iu concealing from ithis intentions in this matter Rich mond is Central Universitys home its people arc her people and if our eel lege be in need of aid why was not the appeal for assistance made to us instead of dickering with an alien tribe There is not a man woman or child in JIailison who is not proud of C U and who would not do anything in their power to promote its welfare so had Dr Blanton announced to home people the straits our University was in and appealed to their loyalty pride and patriotism we prophesy with certainty it would not have boon necessary to sell L CFBromCo LEXINGTON KY Everything In Leather Couches J or Chairs To be found anywhere under the sun almost will be found on our MAIN FLOOR in this Special Sale of Leather Goods 1800 buys a large size Quartered Oak Rocker highly polished beauti fully carved upholstered in best grade of leather best springs hair and all material used in its Con struction guaranteed 3250 buys luxurious couch tufted leather best springs any eol r made on honor and soil with o ur name o i bick ont CJ8rowerCOl 1IlAUfAJ 14OAlWAY jt W 1 1rA out to Danville To revert again to the ostensibly charitable purpose of the proceeding namely the union of the Presbyterian church in Kentucky why should Danville be given the pref erence over Richmond in selecting time seat of the new united institution Granted that Centre is theolder college since Centrals birth she has in no way eclipsed heroffspringsfame Her cnriculum is not higher her roster is not larger nor her fame greater Richmond is in every way Danvilles equal and so has just as much right to be chosen for the amalgamation of Presl y terianism as the capital of Boyle But we get nothing and it gets all In saying nothing we nearly hit the nail on the head for no preparatory school of any consequence will flourish in the midst of the desolation afforded by the scene of departed glory So we urge our citizens to rise in their might and protest against such an outrage as the barter of our educational facilities for emolumont at the hands of a rival The transferal of Madison endowment to Boyles advantage should not be tolerated Think it over talk it down Up guards and at them PERSONAL Mr Jay Heath was In Stanford last weekRev H G Turner was in Stanford last week Miss THlie Tribble is at home from LexingtonMrs Jennings is at home from New Orleans Mr C E Smith of Lexington was in town Friday Mr Jesse Alverson of Stanfard spent Sunday here Mr Joe Chenault has been en a business trip to Ohio ZMr John W Rock of Paducah was in town last week Mr and Mrs Mat S Cohen were in LonisTille last week Mr Wailer Trayno of Danville spent Sunday here i Mrs B It Mid lelton is visiting her parents in Shelbyville Mr William Spears of Jessamine county spout Sunday here Dr David Bennett of Lexington made a visit to relatives here last week Mr John R Gibson is at home from a pleasant winter spent in the South Mies Lucy Crowe is visiting Mr and Mrs McFerran Crowe of Versailles Mrs Eugenia Hume and Miss Susan Hume were in Cincinnati last week Mrs Caleb Shearer and Miss Bethenia McCord were in Lexington last week Mis T E Baldwin and daughter Mrs W H Shanks were in Cincinnati last week Messrs Lucien Dickerson and Welch Wilds of Nicholasville spent Sunday with Misses Terrill Capt J R Price of Lexington is in town on business for the Southern Mu tual Investment Co Mrs A II Severance ofStanfonl has returned homo after a visit to her lather Dr M C Heath Mrs R W Miller and little son have returned from a visit to Mrs Millers parents in Huntsville Ala Mrs W Zaring has returned from Carlisle accompanied by Mr and Mrs John W Allen and daughter Miss Virginia Belts has returned to Clark county from aj visit to her mother Mrs Mary Betts of this city lion C L Searcy and Messrs Jas J Neale Eugene Todd and Wm Jett wore initiated by the Elks Friday eveningMiss n McRoberts has returned to Danville owing to the rapid improvement in the condition of her sister Miss Mayme McRobertP Mrs Wra 0 Goodloe of Danville was in town last week settling up the affairs of the Gregory estate of which her late husband was executor Rev L II Blanton and Mr Wade Walker attended the Transylvania Presbytery of the Southern Presby terian Church in Lebanon last week Prof Milton Elliott oi Kentucky University came over with the Lexington ball team Friday and mingled during the evening wilh his many friends here Misses Richardson of South Carolina White of Winchester Cox of Harrodsburg and Waide of Nicholas vine were the admired guests of Miss Johnnie Terrill last week A very pleasant informal dance was given in the Sigma Nu hall Friday evening Prof Mitchells orchestra furnished the music and the occasion was an enjoyable one indeed Mrs J W Zaring delightfully enter tamed her Sunday School class Sunday afternoon at the Hotel Glyndon De licious refreshments were served and hospitalitymade casion for her guests Mr A D Flora of of Richmond is the guest of Mr and Mrs W G Mat son Mr Flora is a member of a music club known throughout Kentucky as Tbe Kentucky Colonels he has a magnificent voice and sings at every service in the series of meeting being conducted at the Baptist Cl1urchI Lebanon Falcon Miss Lillie Hale entertained quite a number of young folks front Kirksville on Saturday night in honor of her cocsin Miss Bertie Tudor who has been visiting her aunt Mrs CT Jack son of this city The guests were Miss Ida and Lillie Henry Florence and Minnie Cotton Messrs Walter Henry Johnie Poore A D Jonrs Rollins Tudor and Andrew and Mac Cotton MARRIED JOHNSON WITT Joseph Johnson and Miss Bottle Witt both of Estill county were married in this city Mon day hy the Rev JM Bailey HILL MERSHON Mr Arthur lUll and Miss Nell Morshon of Stanford were married last week at Jeffersonville Ind Mrs lull has many friends fiere who wish her all happiness POKTKBW VATT Mi18 Mattie Cronston Wyatt of Lexington was married last week to MriauI D Por ter of Iupelo Miss Miss Wyatt has rtltttives mid friends here who offer coiicriitulntiinieBIRTHS TAYLOIL To the wife ot Mr Con Tay for Sunday night a 12 pound son Calvin Lackey The olt1erW get th more dHBcalt we lire to plMl fed the lese tre We people take tUjWMntr tlSo ItV K Mfltf NHW wHfc VMI k MR WOODS ACCEPTS MAYORAL TY CALL STRAIGHTFOR WARD STATEMENT Important Relation of Officials To Citys Prosperity Time To Act As Well As Talk He Says To The Climax oprortuuityVooda to make the race for Mayor ofthe city of Richmond Kv On every side we hoar earnest and sincere expressions of citizens who de sire Mr Woods to be our next Mayor We respectfully ask him to give this matter earnest consideration and make the race on the Democratic ticket Ills past action shows that he has the Interest of the entire city and each individual citizen at heart and wo believe that he would make a most ef UespectfullyMarchVOTERS This call first appeared two weeks ago I have delayed responding thereto because I know that oftentimes men are flattered and decoyed into politics by such anonymous calls when there is no real public demand for their candidacy Besides 1 have endeavored to find out if some far stronger man than myself could not be induced to make the race We may have such citizens but they shrink from their public duty and content themselves with condemning matters generally without offering to better them Volunteer oCersof support have been made to me In such numbers and urgency that I have decided to make the race for Mayor of this city either before a Democratic primary or before all the voters of the city the Democracy concurring- If now or at any day before the final election it should be possible to persuade a more fit person to take my place I would retire at once in his favor Otherwise I shall make the race I have never in my life entertained a desire for office Officeseeking and officeholding no matter how legitimate are to my minda sort of slavery that possesses no charm whatever for me The man who is in politics for the offices might just as well be in politics for the money he can get for his vote so far as the general good is concerned A typlwil representative of a great municipal organization recently stated under oath that he was in politics for his pocket every time This put in the baldest and most cynically offensive shapo the doctrine upon which many city officials act the world over I love the profession I have choEcny journalism its delightful freedom of speech and its divine commission tOpriut the Tmmi arc the very opposites of the servility imposed by officeholding Consequently I have no political aspirations whatever except in an humble capacity to promote through the medium of printers ink the cause of good honest economical government with no friends to reward and no enemies to punish exceptAsnchas maybe the enemies of the common weal so help mo God I have been a close observer of our city affairs for fourteen ears inspired by extensive travel and investigation and frequent reference to my small library containing some of time choicest and most helpful literature on Municipal Government From this study and observation I have decided views upon this all important problem which will ever continue to heonoof tho gravest in all our forms of government because It is closest to our firesides and to our purses Hence as to who our officials are as I said often last year is of more im mediate concern to the people of this community than whether Bryan or McKinley were elected President of thee United States because the conduct of a city consists more of a series of definite important executive ncls than the pursuance of any general partisan policy The men elected administer the manifold affairs of the city presumably fr the goodjof all irrespective of party creed or color enforce the ordinances provide for all public improvements levy collect and expend the taxes and a hundred other incidentals Tlierefore the very same care should be exercised in choosing n Mayor and Councilman or a Magistrate as would be taken by a trust worthy business corporation in choosing its directors What is my idea of the qualifications necessary to a successful administra tion I shall let Dr Herbert L Willett answer He it was who electrified this community two weeks ago with his eloquent and learned lectures on the Scriptures These words fell from his lips the night ho departed and may God sanctify them to the rescue of Richmond from municipal ruin Dr Willett sent me that sermon and I quote here by his express permission Said he THE OFFICE OF A PUBLIC SEll VAN1 IS AS SACRED AS THAT OF A MINISTER OF TIlE GOSPEL HEREIN LIES THE SECRET OF ALL MUNICIPAL AND CIVIC RE FORM THERE NEEDS TO BE BORN IN TIlE HEART 0V THE CITIES THE SENTIMENT THAT ITS PUBLIC SERVANTS ARE CHOSEN TO A SACRED OFFICE THAT TUE MAN WHO nEO mi PRESIDENT SENATOR REPRE SENrATIVE GOVERNOR SLIER IFF MAYOR OR COUNCILMAN ACCEPTS OFFICE THAT IS NOT MERELY SECULAR BUT SACRED THAT HE IS A MINISTER OF GOD ATTENDING CONTINUALLY TO THE TASKS OF CIVIC RIGHTEOUS NESS THAT HIS SERVICE AS THE PROMOTER OF PUBLIC GOOD IS TUB FUNCTION OF TilE MAN WHO TIULiLILbTABLE When Dr Willett uttered those words I laid my hand on tho shoulder of one of our city officials and asked What do you think of tlmatr and ho confessed it was RIGHT Citizens not until this sentiment takes hold of the popular conscience will men chosen to office enter upon their duties under the sense of a divine call nor will the people whose representatives they are demand of them the ad ministration of their tasks in the spirit which Christianity inspires Studv this matter a few moments rnd possibly you will have a new conception of what governmental integrity means And then rise in your majesty and de mand political regeneration beginning right here in tho three wards of your cityOr suffer on for your indifference as you deserve You can have good government Put nono but strong men on guard Men who have opinions and a will men who dare to do right if it takes the hide off men who think it obligatory to supervise public uDairs as they do their private business men whose private lives forbid the suspicion of selfish or corrupt motives in the conduct of the sacred trusts committed to them hy a long suffering people The 5000 individuals of this community constitute a great business corpora tion with interests at stake greater than those of any individual within its limits Therefore put only strong men in charge Until this is done right here in Richmond we will continuo to make a record of whiih no citizen you meet in condemnationI on our past ad taco of its socalled better element have failed of such devotion to municipal interests as distinguish our neighbors Shelby villo Georgetown and Danville and which was just as true of Richmond for sixty years Thero can be no reform in city management till thievery besl citizens who now look with disdain on any olllco less than Governor or Congressman ad dress themselves earnestly and fearlessly to local matters Purify our cities and our capitals will be p ire A stream cannot rise higher than its source This better element neglect primaries and other preliminary campaign work because IT IS NO USE GOING EVERYTHING IS FIXED They will not even cut short their breakfast or dinner hours to go tho polls WHATS TUg USE IVE ONLY ONE VOTE AND TIlE MACHINE IS ROUND TO WIN Such men and their excuses are behind the fixing of it all I The machine leaders count on their apathy and alas not in vain Thus the indolence orlndifference the respectable voter is the primary canto of nearly all the woes of the body politic Should any citizen doubt my sincerity or singleness of purpose i or my total disinterestedness and fairness in all questions and contracts or should any subject herein covered not be plain and straightforward I shall answer truth fully for I am determine riot to compromise a principle for mere success and desire not to be misunderstood or misrepresented I do not seek official recognition as there are other ways of promoting the reforms to which I have dedicat ed my time and energies If elected I shall try with all my strength to do right that is all I would not speak thus did I consider my own personal welfare But I require no office to earn my bread and am under NO sort of promise or obligation to or understanding with any corporation and to no man on earth whom I have not paid with interest My sole object has been and is now to arouse our citizens to think and to ACT I have confidence in the result once they start Should this statement eliminate me nsa possibility for Mayor I care not a snap Should it involve ino in a controversy Iam willing to take time stump in this town and debate the subject of municipal affairs with any gentleman I care not who he is And now should niy views frankly expressed meet with approbation I would promise if elected with Gods help to enforce the laws as far as lies in the power of the Mayor without fear or favor pledging my honor and life so to do I would devote myself assiduously to the duties of the office and would endeavor to mako every citizen take a neV and deeper interest in all matters of public concern to the cud that Richmond might awaken and assume her rightful place In tho forefront the famous inland cities of the State where everyone could really feel a pride and security of citizenship that obtained here uuder administrations of fifteen tnrentyfie mid forty years ago wlftu to bo a Councilman was a badge of honor and to laynslde Its duties was like laying off a mantle spotless and whole It is a lamentable fact that Richmond Is almost nt a standstill as dead ns a doornail as I hear on many sides taxridden debtburdened until outsiders are discouraged from coming here and business men professing to sue little future for the town are looking elsewhere for locations Not a brick house has been built here in seven or eight years For over a dozen years city affairs have been drifting until 30000 In taxes ate consumed every twelve mouths the city owes 30000 and we have had but two reports of city finances mien years Is not this a dlHgract7 Other towns in the nine Grass are out of debt and pay onethird the tax we pay With the tight kind of Councilmen our tax next year can be reduced from t to 75 cent Nothing ln the foregoing is Intended as personal to anybody It is general izirgoii affairs that touch IIBO closely Ht nl points as to rtu our common siisuthirtitgii the inuiliuri of facto that IU elf rvuonl UiatisHli But it U nil said In earnest and only one mau oil earths Is responsible for thin utterance and heia the writer Fhqiift ready to answer couiploinlpfroni any quarter Who glJt owmgHlctfiiflcMcidlaffaIrs to their preSent unknown condition TkouenetttOtsy tltLdki iLl O ce weUHt ptt iel psblie Meat I fKt OftXir iMMiVB People governUntilwilt sot help ourehvesl CitixHis Ibve pok N jre r behalf ae well In my own in this trial yo- uaibeth prhtoMr JIIIIIM AjcWotiitf wlvem will irot pour me nor alter WT tYfttlo to Bkt I have given kKlf be ywo qt life and dwty41Ittcot y bitth Wi cro eilet Us tUad r hWIiIIl t RELIGIOUS Rev J ill Uiiiley pastor of the East End Christian church Is conduct ing a protracted meeting there this week The Mission Band of the Christian church occupied the hour of the regu lar evening service on Easter with reel tations reading and song These childrn are under the direction of Mrs T E Arnold and Mrs Edgar Turley and know much of missions and mis siouarles About a mouth ago theyI were reminded of the coining Easter Sunday and asked to save up their pen ales nickels and dimes for a special off rIng at that time This as usual aroused their interest and enthusiasm as the result at time meeting on Sunday evening testified The collection taken from the little sacks prepared for that purpose together with ft small sum from tire audience amounted to thirtyI four dollars Who cau measure theI influence that may go out from theso lives in after years reaching perhaps to the four quarters of thc JlobeIThe Easter sermon on Sunday morn ing at the Christian church was enjoyed by a large attentive audience notI withstanding the clouds and rain rheI message presented by Rev II ugh Mc tiollatv was at once interesting helpful uplifting It was unlike the conven tional Easter sermon in marry respects but earnest forcible and beautiful in its every sentence Tire speaker mentioned the fact that hope in the human heart outlives every thing else Even the lunatic with rea son all gone is full of wild expectation Also that the many tilings that en rage our attention here are but sldeir sues the main purposo of this life be ing the preparation for an eternity of happiness The decoration of forris palms bloom ingplants and cut flowers and the mu sic of tire occasion were all in keeping with the joyful Easter spirit Below is thin program rendered by the choir as slated by Miss Stnrtevatit of Madison Institute Organ Easier PreludeFlaglerAnt- hemThe Day of Resnrectlon Mario- Ilymn Joy to the World HandelMason AnthemJubilate Deo v W F Sherwin Soprano SoloThere is a Green Illll Gounod Hymn I am coming to the CrosaFischer- Dont Forget Jog Jefferson Joseph Jefferson the Grand Old Man of the dramatic profession will be seen next Monday at the Lexing tonOperahousoinThetivulsatnight and Rip Van Winkle iu the afternoon We are informed by Manager tcott that no train will return after the performance as previously announced but that should not hinder a large crowd of Madison people from attending and en joying the inimitable performances of tire dean of the stage the greatest living actor Seats will be placed on sale Thursday Write to Mr Chas Scott for scatsand particulars Parties can attend the matinee performance and re turn over the 1 A or L N at its conclusion Dr Wantons Explanation The following brief explanation was sent lo this office by Dr JJlanton for publicationIn of agreement for the consolidation of Central University and Centre College which are to be submitted to the two corporations it is provided that all legal and moral obli gations which leutral Unversity owes to the citizens of Richmond and Mal ison county shall tnt satisfied Chan prohioncles of incorporation Rev Dr H Glass Rev Dr G If Rout Col Thos W BuHilt Dull Col Bennett H Young constitute a committee appointed by the Board of Curators of Central Uni versity to confer with the subscribers of Madison county to Central Uni versity Confederate News Gen J M Poyntz has received the following invitation for himself and UnveilingCeremonies Monument on tIre Chickamauga Battle field to take place May 27 It is the Generals intention to attend SOMMEBVJLLK S C April 5100- 1HENJM POYNTZ Commander and Comrades Kentucky Div U C V KyCOMRADES are UnveilingCeremonies Monument erected by tho State to her faithful lIIS at Chickamauga to com memorate the valor they proved and the lives they gave on that great battle field Tire facilities for reaching the battle field will be announced by the railroads later It is proposed that the official trains carrying visitors shall run down to Lytloa Station which is about half a mile from the position on the battle field of the South Carolina Monument respectfullyMILES Governor and Chairman 0 I WALKER Secretary Progressive Sleps Tire now wholesale grocery ol Kel logg and Wilhenbury is busily engaged in laying in a large and complete stock of goods and will be ready to begin business the latter part of tins month Those gentlemen have mire and commodious quarters in the rooms lately occupied by the Richmond Laun dry Company and intend to be second to none in the quality mill quantity of goods they are to put on tire market Both Mr Kellogg and Mr Witheubury are young men full of energy and push and we predict for them successful future in their new enterprise One of the foremost steps being taken in the line of progression byour citizens is the remodeling of the build ing on Main street occupied by Mr J B Stouffer A handsome brick front huts been put in which is an ornament to our city On the ground floor its handsome plate glass show windows make an admirable piace for the display of the spring fabrics which the firm of Stouffer Moseley are offering to the public The upper story la composed of three good sized apartments which will be occupied by Doctors A Wilkes Smith and II CJasper When finished the buiding will be a distinct ornament to Maui street and a credit to its de signers Insurance News The following testimonials to the and reliability of the Mutual Life Insurance Co have been re ceived t y its ttgent Mr J H Kennedy to whqiu they are gratifying in the extreme RICHMOND KY pri18100l MUTUAL LIFE INS 001 KY Louisville Ky DHAH SmsI wish to thank you for your promptness in paying claim for 2 000 on my late husband Thomas Thorpe who died on the 1st day of April 1901 He had paid no miums upon lila policy since 18SO Yet your agent Mr J H Kennedy tine tins day handed me your check for 2000 in full ot said policy wjthout any deductions for past duo premiums I cannot Bpcak in too hiah terms of your promptpess and cheerfully recommend your Cowpalry to all seeking insurance IrLOUENoEInomRn- XOInJON P KY April 8 3901 I II KENNEDY Agent Mutual Life KentuckyRichmond DEAR SIR Wwhertibyackn6wledg reretpt of uherl for S2CQO in payment ot luliey No ToSJon tire lift of Cllpt thos Thorpe who died ort April 11901 and was burried on April 3 100lluthis connecti it WA desire to say that beifIC1ngenUora cotImjasy as time old Mutual Lihj In suranee Company of Kentucky Tim CompBy bt tire only eld line Life I IIUraoe8 ComPanYll1eOfpotat under WE er tta HIM tll M slKKtM give teihvU wbps 11iEtrMtntaIt Wr I i Inlerctlleilale Oratorical Ctntes- tr6h Friday De collegians from all parts oUIJa State will gather in Lex In at the intercollegiate oratorical ontfat which will beheld at the opera louse under the auspices of the Keu ucky State On account of he withdrawal of Kentucky Univer Ity on the passage of a rule debarring Bible students from the contest only our colleges will contest The following is the programme arranged George own College Percy W ToombsII Evolution of Happiness Central Univer Sty Elliott Poe Smith The Ideal Centre College T fS Cram Modern Chivalry State College Clark Tandy The Reign of Law College Hilt Deaths COLLEGE HILL KY AprilS 1901 There is gloom and sadness surround ngour little village everything seems to be hushed in sacred stillness The loouiv seem as though nature was iufullsympathv with the wounded hearts and grief stricken friends aud relatives that have paid the last sad rights to the dear departed ones On Fridav as the noonday sun was nearing its zenith the Angel of Death came with n summons and Mr A P Wilson surrounded by his family and friends peacefully went into that sleep that knows no His soul passed into the mysterious beyond where all mankind must pass when the luminous is made Hewas born March 12 1822 and was twice married his first marriage was in July 18G3 to Miss Dannie Shearer To this union were born three children Miss Millie who lied some years ago Mrs Thomas rodd whose home is near Moberleyand Ben F of this place Some years after the death of his first wife he was mar ned to Amanda Shearer iu November 864 To this union two children were born James and Nannie lie was a sood neighbor and greatly beloved by all his frieuda being numbered by his icquaftitances He was a good tins jaml a kfnd and indulgent father a true and consistent Christian He was a member of the Christian Church at Mat Woods Funeral services were conducted by Kev Reynolds at Ills late home alter which he was Interred- In the Shearer burying ground one nile north of here In a few hours after the family had returned from putting the remains of Mr Wilson away Mrs Elizabeth B Williams bid her friends and relatives Farewell for the last time on this side of eternity and at 8 oclock pm she quietly passed away She was fully UJUicious of the approach of death and when she was told of the death of her brother Mr Wilson site replied that he had only passed a few hours before herself She was born March 18 1826 She married Campbell Williams March 18 1851 Two children blessed their union A Va prominent merchant and postmaster here and Mollie who married Ed Grinstead and died about 1Q ago Mrs Williams has been an invalid lor many years but was over a most patient sufferer and would not murmur Sire was a member of the Christian Church at Flat Woods and died in tire triumph and faith of n well spend Christian life Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church by Kev Reynolds after which she was laid to rest in the beautiful little cemetery here On Saturday April 5 Mrs Anna Brandeiiburgwife of AJ Brandenburg near uiouth 01 Bed River diiIof pneu monia and a complication of diseases Site was born March 30 1819 and mar ried in 1869 She leaves a husband and five children to mourn time loss of a loving wife and a kind and ever in ilulgent mother She was baptised in infancy and was n member of the M E Church Her sunny disposition made her a general favoiite everywhere she was known She was pnt to rest in the family burying ground known as the Robt Adams grave near mouth of Red tierThe families of the bereaved ones have the deepest sympathy of the writer of these sail lines He is a hope Tess invalid confined to his room and is familiar with the sorrows and troubles they are undergoing J H E Horse Chat In mentioning a number of fine hoipus ten on our streets court duywe unintentionally omitted notice of two btiperb animals Jesse Cobb anti Ches ter Arthur owned respectivelv by Messrs Chas E Colyer anti AV A Laugford Jesse Cobb is a chestnut sorrel 14 years old 16 hands high and is a horse of lIne style and action He willmake the present season at tire farm of hie owner four and onehalf miles east of Richmond on the Kavanaughroad Chester Arthur is a light bay lOj hands high 14 years old and has an ex ceedingly heavy mane and tail Ho has good style ani action and is the last original Peavluc In Kentucky He will make the present season at his ownersjstable at Clays Ferry Mr J R McKinney of Union City this county has purchased of W F Powers his saddle stallion Walking Denmark 264 sire 2nd Jewell darn Damsel price 275 He will make the present season with him at the above place Foneda sire Kingston Ragna owned by Mr Lee Smltha of this city won tho opening race on the opening day of the Newport meet last week The distance was threequarters a mile and Foneda won handily in HSt in a perfect sea of mud Great things are expected of this plucky racer The much discussed match between tho Abbt and Boralma has lit last been arranged through Secretary Hor ace Wilson and tIre two great trotters will meet in Lexington during the an nual October meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association The owners of thetwo horses back their faith with 10000 a side The race will be under National Association rubs best three heats in five and the associa lion adds half of its gate receipts which it guarantees will amount to 10000 more the winner to take all tho money a total of 30000 depending on the rer suit If The race will undoubtedly result in a contest such as has never before been seen on the trotting turf In spite of the disparity in their official records these horses are very equally matched Both are proven race horses of phe nomenal speed while some doubt has been expressed as to The Abbots stamina it is certain that properly con ditioned he can go a long race Ills race record is 206 and it is conceded that Boralma could have shaded that a trifle when he won the Transylvania last fall Giving the champion all due credit he has never yet met A horse that cnn go away arid stay with him In Iris electric bursts of speed like Boral ma can The Kentuckians are divided in their allegiance most of them pin ning their faith fo tire beautiful son of Boreal bred and born in old Kentucky while many others feel confident that the peerless son of Nattie Kingcannot meet defeat Mr Lawsons offer to donate the en tire stake of SSOOOOio Lexington char ities in case lie wins the great match openhandedIwon here last Octobor with Boralma is fresh in the minds of the recipients of his bounty The steeple climber Is one sort of high churchman IThe undertaker finally overtakes all 100 Hrrard 100 The readers of this paper will hi to learn that there is at least onedreadeddisea that scierjLt liasbcerm able to cure in all its lit ges and thin is Catarrju Halls Catarrh Cure is 111ft only positive cure now known to tire medical fraternity Catarrh being a coHititntltiiml iliseaferequires COHMJ tulioital treatment thaI Ia Catarrh Cure Js taken interuallyacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces 0111141 sv6teni thereby destroying thefoondi JWii of tire d ase giving tfx patie1 strength by bl1i1lhlgup tle eenntrtntton and assist nxnatnrt n do mirli work The prOprietors hveont chfsith in its curative peww tbm theYoKtofie Hundred Dollars for IITOM jtiwt U bib to cure Bsnd for tw tMnahi AddNlil 0wU s srIT7 T j 0 3 f I SPRING BEAUTIES WL HAVE SOME OF THE rRETTIE T wAsib11afl IOFTHE SEASON w NO ONE EXCELS US IN SELECTION OF BEAUTY AND STYLE A FEW PRICES A most attractive line of percales10 and 1- 2cGinghams8 and lOc lawns and 18c Wash silks in solid colors extrawidth69eCr- etons 15 and 18c Silkaline10 12t and 15c Apron Ginghams eo 5 and 6ic Allover laces beautiful designs25c to 200 yci Allover Embroidery49t to SlOO eColored Underskirts50 and 99c 0Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inch 9Plaited Flounce ODe to 225 9Lead Penclsland 3c each Slate PencilslOcdoz I eX T6 el Cor Main SFirstSt OWEN Opt JI Kentucky 1IR X1R g THE BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT FIRE SALE PRICES pairBoysI Mens Suits worth S6 at250Me-nsSuits worth at300 r All Wool Blue Yacht Cloth at70Fa-stColors worth S12 i MENS AND BOYS OVERCOATS I At 50 Cents on the Dollar I OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT I wouldho190 Mens Pants worth 250 at990pair 300 Mens Pants worth Sl00 aL 199 Sweet Orr Co and Newburg Never Rip Corduroy Pants worth 400 at250 JUST RECEIVED 500 Beautiful Suits from Alfred Benjamin Co at lowest prices for suchvaIuestBeautiful line ofTop Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 7I ffiMr7F7I 7F tOLbWCK0RY Rustic Furniture Beautiful and- taahionable for Country Cub Summer Houses Lawn or Porch HANDHADE from tough young white with bark anIalwayspoatible to got with other furniture twoforextra FriAIrgpiadag IIt Rll themsendnopatternocf Rockers Settee Table and forIsPretty Rustle Settee 609 The CMfuyMARTINSV1LLB aprlO8m TH1G1MPATBNTSELP LOCKING AND ADJUST ABLE IRONING BOARD LocbtoneJyo or fable ereeat on Qe- waU PROeIINU MASID A PLe B- LAlJOltREOUCEDONeHALP StsIsCOaPb41tswntae WOfIdeaItWe us luRe innarswo- odeware aI kIWMa sat wt ea wwkc- oa ise4 and oinmltos or os ftWIIsrf O n aremaIdJIc s syirj IB1 IflLTY ftlP IIY MCKEE I to 2 I would I be cross aBPat fJIJI MR wiM sent Mn WI Danvil1 t8eMeB tf ywiwiM tv Or a no See Shoe trMun mfett RkhraonJ Ky rItTtt s tM U1 t Richmond LENITCNVETMENTI Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested IoverIflP4 TODD MGR eofHtjiLfnJ1IveY1ndyspep Gb thhj ALEXDEKJIT WOODCOCXthe S WELLSUIT FANCY VEST inh1ssSg iu Co Plymoth Rock Eggs For t lHte for sale for setting pur J5jPlYmotk k EIIIS CPXIJUeklll itamlin wants to get m v lw ya ftllifG oppoitnuuty1 Jfl r s1cc ITi w Pr J g t I CLOTHING com STORE S in 10 1901 An Addition to The Climax Staff The CLIMAX has been and its so that the to its news and force has become a We take it for that our readers and will feel that the CLIMAX has been in the of R Lee Davis and him as an editor of this paper We take in announc ing that Mr Davis will be editor after this issue With the of this there will be no chance in tho force and man Dr Smith Is now over Perry Drug Store Rnnaro piano for sale Apply to Mrs V7S 27febtf The of the will meet at MrsJ M resi dence at 3 oclock Those of any will profit by at this otTIco and The will take your order for any kind of us before going tf Every house in town will bo by a young lady or young in cjstutne at Court House Aril 19 Those tilting ready towear suits at cost are the thins for men who wish to dress well V Vail See Jtnka all In The fire was called out fond y abont noon to a mall blnze on the roof of Mr Lee nitihaa on North street he was slight Never before has a larnival been held here The one on pril 19 at Court House will be fifty vlng O pretty iris and girls fifty of the oung ladies anti young en of our city will appear In the Mer tiatits at Court House April like ever here before Drlf Dr Ho Dr Hob Dr Hobs Dr Hoh o 1Dr Dentist J Capt Thorp left life of 2000 in the Mutual LJfeof ou which no prem IUrn paid since 1800 yet the their agent J II to collevt proof of death and the will be paid to lila wife and bad by do your and He has a of ics the he has for were Valley View Turned Down A the of for the of View was filed t the Circuit Court last week but a umber of being later with awn It was to grant the icles I u with law to The Front e are to note the succee r friend Col D W Tribble M an 1ne for his fer Is SOSSt are allhis sales He 4t week at which re din offered 6 lie has been sale at City and one yQur goods to fetch r has kiwllr fur 1f W el i e lilt UI be rird cle of Mv tvaI C8 ad hi Ibi theis We I Coy his tll 1tl16 jpo 1A 1 14 JI7Ut t =gr 11810 KfM THEONLY PRICE CASH HOUSE In Central Kentucky offers the people off Madison County NOT JUST AS GOOD BUT IHE BEST CLOTHES HATS FURNISHINGSIFOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE The Lightest Brightest Store Lexington ULLER ko44 LL9TUILflScz The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APRIL growing circulation expanding rapidly addition gathering editorial necessity granted patrons fortunate securing services associating pleasure associate exception addition present agement AWilkes Dentist located Thomas GfebtL Oldbam Daughters Confederacy Poyntzs Friday desiring bookbinding description calling getting estimates CLIMAX bookbinding Consult elsewhere business represented beautiful handsome gentleman perfect stylish moderate expense Covington thisissno department extinguish residence damage Merchants breathing pictures handsome Probably prettiest handsomest Carnival Nothing Hobson ThoinuB deceased policy entucicy hatbreri jjptnpanv instructs Keunely insurance promptly Avoidvexatious delays prove materials workmanship having Waging papering painting working every day large force skilledmechan Ask people done work how they pleased petition bearing requisite number signatures asking incorporation Valley signatures impossible accordance Cel1riltllle Fwgtes pleased rThedemand becoming Statewide conducted Frankfort everything bringing 3iBgly gopdfHujea sfcforji Junction att8omerset next1 lojfthe Colonel JIHeijIk 4Wiee ii4leJollowiugtabJtt irrery jpwlfy IMItl bdth JcQ ifeUrffie1I mPJo1 rmppuioIe oonratu I J k 14tCejberM = 11ylrllar1eu trt ONE White wash brushes largest stock lowest prices JOcts up at Willgings Lost A pair of goldrimed glasses in case with the initial J W S on the flap of case Liberal reward for the return of Esmo to this office New Millinery Store Mrs Leo Maupin and Mrs Lee Smiilm have opened a millinery de partment in connection with Mr Smithas Dry Goods Store on Main street and invites the ladiesof Rich mond and Madison county to call and inspect their lino of goods April I04t For Men No firm in the state is better equipped for clothing men than Covington Banks of this city They keep ah immense stock of every thing needful to dress a man from crown to sole Buying their goods for cash in large quantitiesenablcs them to sell higher class merchandise ns low as any firm in Kentucky Window shades all sizes in all the new colors and white Prices low JOcts upI Largest stock andmake to or der on shortest notice at Will gings Stouts Opening Mr IL S Stout desires us to state that he has taken the agency for the Globe Tailoring Company of Cincinnati and will have with him Mr Kobt Swaffield their representative on Wednesday Thursday and Friday of this week This well known city firm has done business here for years and has au enviable reputation for making good clothes fur little money They combine style and durability withreasonable prices antI guarantee perfect fits Call on Jir Stout today and let Mr Swaf field take your measure Miss Barbees Recital The recital of Miss Nannie Barbee which occuned at the court house last Thursday evening furnished unalloyed pleasure to those fortunate enough to compose the audience Miss Barbees specialties are impersonation and dia lect studies and in these as other lines she fairly delighted her hearers Pos sessed of captivating personality a pleasing delivery and a thorough knowl edna of her work It is no woader that she ravels with success at her every at tempt Quite a neat sum was netted by the Baptist ladies to whom our pub lie is under obligations for bringing Miss Barbse to our city Hn Gilbert Sick Hon Go G Gilbert Congressman from this district was seized with a sudden illness Sunday night and upon appcndiIcIUII Lila removal to St Josephs Infirmary at Louisville which was done Tuesday afternoon The latrst reports from the sickroom indicate that his ailment has taken a favorable turu slid no operation will be necessary Mr Gilberts legion of friends unite in wishing him n speedy lecovery since such an able champion of the peoples cause cannot lie spared at this critical time Shelby Sentinel Circuit Court Briefs The case oCthe Commonwealth against Guo Uallard for murder the most important case before the present court will be tried April 15 Anse Harris was finedjO for the stabbing of Samuel Lucas For carrying concealed weapons Moso Tril ble was taxed 25 and given tendays itTjall A fine of 50 was imposed on James Kelly for selling whiskey to a minor The following sentences have been pawed by the Circuit Court Abe Nolan one year for fogery Buster Young one year for malicious shooting and John GibsQn colored six years for horse stealing WANTED One tboasaad pigeons Immediately coats per pir We also bny poultry beel and all kindS of coon 117 JlTNIIccf Highest market price i Jfi NEFF SICHMOND KY fI If luPnJtrJII t You havt a qoct Xtopr- escr for your ailments a car 1 paltutoooildroor your house law a btlk3w ta jAom fcr to make your zbosf then wily not f- OiOWi tU Paint Maker to make your Paint H e are Jaw ha Paint the t tsay p4t any dr ldj W- f ti wii = c Easter Flowers flowersthat Our Easter Boxesa- re beauties We possess ntCessaTIranging EacU order atteutlon BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY tgt Bells Hewers go Everywhere TO THE PEOPLE OF RICH OND AND MADISON COUNTY v At a meeting of tho Madison county Alumni Association of Central University held in this city on April 6th tim undersigned committee was appointed to issue the following call All Alumni of Central Universi ty all persons who contributed to its endowment br oilier fund and countywhonre CourtHousenoon April 10th at threo oclock to discuss and take counsel together the proposed consolidation of the University with Centre College to consider and take such steps as may bo necessary to prevent said consoli dation It is notbelieved that the people of this community will consent to the loss of this great educational institution which has contributed so much to the material prosperity and tho moral upbuildiug of our citizens a struggle W B SMITH J A SULLIVAN R W MILLER R IL BORNATJ W R SlIACKELFORD J W BALES SALLIE A MILl Eli Canning Factory Promoter Coming Mayor Smith has received the follow ing communication from Mr J W Vanarsdall the gentleman who is in factoryherelished heretofore We bespeak for him a cordial welcome and trust OUr citi zens will tako proper interest inaidlng this enterprise which would so benefit our city HAimODSBuna KY April 8 1001 MB CLAUDE SMITH RICHMOND Ky DEAR SzxrVihI visit your city one canningfactotyMr Stantons condition since his ned dent he is unable to come just now Will wire you later I am Yours most respectively J W VANABSDALL Harrodsburg Ky The Base Ball Game The first game of the season was played on the home grounds Saturday afternoon between tho teams of Ken lucky and Central UniAersity We regret to state that C U was beaten to the tune of 15 to 7 The inability of the home boys to hit Howard the K U twirler was mainly responsible for their defent In the early part of the game the weakness of our battery Ilosmcr and Doty allowed K U to score a number of runs which they failed to continue when Bohannon and Chatham were substituted for the first named battery Had Bohannon pitched and Chatham caught tho en tire game the result might have been different C Us specialty was the Work of her outfield which accepted all chances which came their way K U won on her star pitchers showing and her luck in getting the lead Beyond tbaj the teams were very evenly matched Easier Service The Mission Band of the Second Christian church had an Easter service Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock The children acquitted themselves with honor and reflected credit on those who have had them in training farso short awhile It was both thrilling and inspiring to hear the praises to God from these dear children in their prayers songs and recitations One oi the leading features of the exercises was an original Buster soup composetland set to music by Mrs Wiggins and dedi cated to this baud the Willing Work ers On this occasion it wes rendered as a duet by two of the members of the little band This baud was organ izedOnly a few months ago with thirty members They have been vpry vigi lant in this work reaching out for the children aim bringing them in until now they number seventyfour This is Sue training for the children antI is moulding character for the future May Gods richest blessings ever be theirs Rumor ot New Train There is more talk ot putting on an other train to leave Richmond about five or six oclock in tire morning and run to Louisville arriving in the Falls city about ten a m Returning it will leave Louisville about three in the afternoon passing Lancaster about seven We talked with some promi nent railroad men in Richmond last week and they said there was a ben on but they could not say exactly what the change would be We took occasion to tell them that if the present night trains were taken off Lancaster people would got their scalping knives and go after every official on the Ii ant N system that the present trains give us tIme best mall service in Central Ion tucky and we were willing to ride- CapLPricoajerkwater if the present arraBement was not interfered with While there is room for improvement in traveling facilities yet a good mail service is of far more importance to the business men of Lancaster Its true we doutVet the morning paperffuntil after three oclock but men who haye time to read daily papers have time to wait U hoar or so longer for them The present arrangement is all right Th oBlr change Lancaster would like to haveJ8toruutheJlncinauaH day pas senger which ar faiigemeMt would beof meiinib4e dr yHBtafe o pole U ovw this Metto itf tWiuUtbittfelf they Vet mb wth e 2 hd 4M M a4 We are for the proetLLoisli iSto tnftK s17 under the es4- os4jiuit b r t FOR WOMEN We display the largest line of Ladies Trunks ever seen in Central Kentucky All grades from cheapest to finest Well be glad to show them to you FOR MEN We have a matchless assortment of brandnew SUITS direct from the finest wholesale tailors in America Our SteinBloch Vitals brand and Alfred Benjamin Suits have all the style and workmanship of madetoorder clothes that cost double the price Let us try one on YOU Well dress you elegantly at smallcost Our line of HATS is positively the greatest in Richmond All the new things in every shade of color and style of block at money saving prices Our WALKOVERSHOE is the worlds favorite having taken first prize at the Worlds Exposition in Paris last year illWe show a magnificent collection of stylish Suits in great varietySuits that please the mothers who buy them the boys who wear them and the fathers who pay for them Covington Bunts tiWnS1r Cfas oredt rn tt TS snr rSen 1w = c 1s o toot tI1 Our line of Wall Papers never so large choice new colors in Florals stripes etc Prices very low Sets up No trouble to show goods Geo M Willging The fellow who pays compliments sometimes doeeut pay anything else The Clay Trouble Last Friday morning between the hours of seven and eight oclock Gen Cassius M Clay and Deputy Sheriffs K W Colyer and Joseph Terrlll engaged in a shooting affray at the historic Clay residence of White Hall In which fortunately none of the parties were injured The trouble originated in this way Some three months ago the General thinking his end was near invited lila daughter Mrs Mary H Clay and her son Sir Green Clay to make their home with him They yielded to General Clays importunities and moved their household goods anti per sonal property to White Hail where they have since lived On last Saturday week when MreClaycanieto town on some business for her father and returned Sunday afterjioon accompanied by two young ladles from town who were to spend the night with her she was met at the door by General Clay and ordered to leave the premises Seeing her father was firm antI could not be argued with Mrs Clay withdrew and on Yednesday hollowing dis patched Deputy Sheriffs Colyer and Terrill with a writ of inquiry to obtain possession of her belongings then at General Clays home On arriving at White Halt and ring ing time door bell the deputies were met by General Clay in his night robe who asked their business Deputy Colyer explained their illusion where upon the general excused himself fur s few moments and reappeared in his dressing gown and armed with a Win Chester shot gun He immediately or dered the officers to retire and opened fire upon them as they retreated Both officers sought shelter behind neighboring trees and also fired a number ot shots in the air merely to intimidate the General Getting out of range the deputies disarmed arid handcuffed Jim Kblln ORe of General Clays guards and dispatched him to the house to reason with his master who however refused to admit hie servant tearing treachery Iw Mkt Seeing nbthitiff aoild be kw tlm effiewS returned to towa bawiu MI IcUHS of theft qtM Gwwral CWf wlOieiIt bi Jo etJiIDIItim- epM pOIMIIeiUa haHeosnat Ion thathionte are it hies Nt1a4 hInt Sbtmd1i ibuust tb = bIi lo ptis wbdr The Season is On Tho flag has dropped and the racing season is on Tho Newport races be fortyfivequently begun Joe Jeff arson Special Rales to Lexington The Louisville Atlantic railroad will sell tickets froin Richmond to Lexington Monday April 15th good returning 16th at rate of a fare and a third for the round trip account of performance of Joe Jefferson- C M BROWNISH Germ Mgr The Danville Elks Last Tuesday evening the local lodge of Elks arrayed In their adopted uniform and escorted to the depot Ilhe Richmond Military Band took a coach over the L A It R Danville to install a sister lodge in Ihat city At Nicholasville their num bers were augmented by delegations from Georgetown Lexington Winchester and Paris On their arrival at the IJojIe capital they were met by time Reception Committee of the newly chartered lodge and transported in hacks and carriages to the Knights of Phythias Hall where the initiatory ceremonies took place Mr Charles H Nahm of Bowling Green Acting District Deputy vice Gen II Wilson who was unable to be present officiated as Exalted Ruler and was assisted by the officers of the Richmond Lodge tii conducting the work Thirtyeight leading gentlemen of high social standing and moral character were inducted into the mys Jeries of Elkdom with the impressive beautiful and solemn ceremonies of the antlered tribes ritual At its conclusion the installation of the new lodges officers occurred when Wm G Dunlap was ordained Exalted Ruler W 6 Rowland Esteemed Leading Knight Guy E Wiseman Esteemed Loyal Night A D Van Winkle Es teemed Lecturing Knight J H Ltcher Secretary Frank N Lee Treasurer and IL L Briggs Tiler All the brothers then adjourned to the Gilcher House Danvilles historic hostelery where an elegant six course banquet was served Sparkling toasts enlivened the hours of feasting and the guests listened with pleasure to the address of welcome made on behalf of tIme Danville lodge by Mr Henry Jackson a cousin of Mr J Talbot Jackson of this city which was eloquently re aponded to by Mr Clarence E Woods on time part of Richmond Mr n L Hlantou spoke for Lexington and Sir Campbell CantriU of Georgetown made the hit of the evening by referring to the fart that the work of that eve ning forever burled the old enmiy be tween Richmond and Danville and established lasting peace and brotherly love Dr A Wilkes Smith then held the attention of the audience with ailearn est eloquent talk on the beauties and virtues of the order and last but not least Squire Armer brouebt down the house with some original remarks de livered in lila own inimitable way At an early hour in tIme morning the toasts and banquet were fialsked and the urlM tllsparraed The Richraowl croird caught the tnOIuingitAlnthfiCiRClnnati804th with lading wipariin OC1Mir Dan YIItrjPtbe hope H had a wood dm s1fIdt Wfc prhW In Ue lr On r jot herdltD SIp J r TIME TO LOOSEN THE PIIRSE STRINBS And Get Ready For Spring Buying THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE Has not arrived at its present stage of usefulness by chance Theres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir cumstances but dowriright honest hardworkwork which your interests as customers strangersOurpresent and they number into the thousands They know us and they have confidence our methods of doing buisness If you dont believe all this visit our store during the coming week We are going to officially open up the HamburgsEmbroideries Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department and you will believe theress friendship in business for we look upon every cus tomer who leaves a dime or a dollar in our store as a business friend The Talk of the Town ++ + + N Oar Wash Goods Hamburg and EmbrCidi cries have always been tbe Talk of the Town This uon we have made unusual etforts to have them more attractive tban ever Style Colorings Quality Price these four big Items have bad every consideration and you your self will say it is a beautiful Igbt when you see our tables and counters piled full of these lovely fabrics the fashionable ladles had better bestir themselves while the choice ex dipintoneedsClothing and Shoe- eDepartmente Fresh were We making special offerings this week in our Clothing and Shoe Department Our buyers have bought so heavy Spring that we thought advisable to slaughtering prices in these departments a few days to make room other goods that are to come in Prices cut half in two on many entire lines Shoes and Clothing Bring in your and them up you need goods are willing to the sacrifice to get the money have things and you about them well beaten path that leads directly doors of daily Get in of the who daily their us We want come and toll friends neighbors of many good things have for them We to faithfully as weserve Confidence established rest easy Thanking past patronage very respectfully IF WE TELL IF NOT TELL Did You hver Have a nightmare do you re member how tired and worn you felt upon awakening Just so it will bo with some of our worthy competi tors who have made their brags and layed their plans to run us out They will arrive some to find that the little fellow of their dream is in reality giant and they will be kicking each other having wasted their powder Now thenlet the begin and the fur fly 19 pounds best granulated sugar for 91 best granulated sugar 50 cents 47 pounds best granu for 25 cents In order to protect our customers from some shark dealers we stipulate that In to get sugar at prices you buy other goods Finest Northern Potatoes at C5 cents bushel or 17 cents peck Spring Lake Early June Peas regu liar lOc kind at 4c a can Its like sticking knife into tho long but such is war Prunes regular Jumbo size delicious flavor reduced from 10 cents down to OJ cents pound Pears full size can reduced lOc to file ran and they are 15c at any other store in Lard Compound big seller in some localities oud preferred bp many cooks to loaf lard It ie absolutely whole somo and at the present high prhse of leaf lard a welcome substitute Try some of it md see well you like it at 7c a pound Hold Your Breath garden seed lut up in regular 5c packages will scntittion at a package Wheatling food ou earth down from 15c to Su package Lima Butter Beans extra fine in 2 Ib cans at 7c can They are and as fine as just oil tha vine Alpha Pudding all Uvor easily pre pared and liked by old smith ynung one package makes enough for six people 4c package Four packages of lOu elze Pond Lilly Starch for Its the kind that puts the Chinaman gloss on your hmiilmid- rVCombtnaimnSiawCdttersnnih Graters down from oto California Dried large rind juicy from IOu thanu to 7c hieuid A lOo package of Macaroni fIf C- KNo wo lire not going to bnnf al though prices look teckfes but Jwe expect to stay might with you and see it that no one pim is wool over your eyes by trotting out a few catchy prite iw bait nmking you believe and while pittimim yun- on the back with one humid run the other down Into your pocket ways remember that from the start over ftve yews ao we have been time ocighitatuis of prieee nd that with merchMrt like with mtowjr it ie lest to dMlwlth gwniiM artIcle Md tot Imitations ftlmM TMMprieeewtH- vitll for M inflate tits with othei earthiqtiak to foU9- ELvwiusCJIh1PuvsaT txl aIM1i UrotiwpG- Tle rr YtSd lOS Wi Ms4s- id so as Apple Arc the counter heaps of Dress Stuffs and WoYjn The loom artists have caught many hint from mithrdti the mer chandlse artists have made the things almost as cheap for you as it they grew We might as well attempt to Paint the Rose as describe them Come and see them rather have your judgment than ours they BOUGHT FOR YOU are some for it make for for of wagons fill the we make Theres n line and many you and we them onco the you we US a fun 100 lated sugar order these a a a fellows a Bartlet a a create a Ic a a 25o lOc a these low the McCreary Rides the Gut The editor of this paper had the pleasure of seeing the lIon James McCreary ride several beats on the Elks goat atRichniond the other night Although the Richmond boys have a goat that is exceedingly and given to bucking yet the governor sat Billy with as much and grace as does the man in blue tights in the circus If the clever steers his campaign for U S Senator with as much care and grace as be guided the goat about the lodge room will bean easy winner Record GOING Tfl STEAL iii11OOOOjjcm Are the enimies of Central University Richmond and Madison county to provide fat jobs for parties not to fill the same and prevent the true reason of the Universities present bad financial condi tion The secret caucus has been held everything is ready to finish the job April 23 1901 and the same way with the man who wants you to pay 1500 for a set of teeth that we will make you for 750 DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tle Hobson Buildingnext door to Govern meut Building PJcLfflOBd Ky Reference Tlichniond National Bank For Sale One good second untitled Surry sale Apply to Du J BALES 3ipr4tRichmond Ky Per Scat A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven roqnw with yardgarden and stable For particulars rail on or address Gao D immo SR lOjaa tf icIHnHi4IKy- 1EGGS Thnrinan alwsyjCi sthil hlgfreM cash HiarkiBt 1iie fur hides HIH C llIqrfi hii rntxt oo Maui iuit 1hfllt JC 3 N tll ti Ut 1 iwki r itli mIirpm- eeSeiId t iIIIil ck hiis- i 0 NM Fj rr o IUt ILJ1F- Ksisd Iheeis4j- A k 0 Every Corner of the Orient I Has been ransacked to make our store different from any other Never has been so beautiful full of new things EnthusiasmI Blossoms Dainties Our New Carpets Rugs and Mattings Are all in We are showing s big assortment of handsome Li 6ferade tSfpitS fatnlfr de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers are represented in this stock When you buy Carpets from ns it is the same as buying from the mills you but our profit to pay and tbepatterns yon get arethe very newest Just from the looms Look through our Carpet Department and get our estimates OUR HOISERY STOCK Is full of new novelties for coming seasoq We our selves on giving the best values and maintaining the lowest market anythingSMALL WARES AND NOTIONS- We are always In the lead when it comes to small wares and notions We are showing new things in Belts Combs NotionDepartment uptodnteeretelling to our throngs buyers traverse It be one are strengthening business relations with to your the want serve as you is for are WD OLIJIIAM COMPANY PLEASE YOU OTHERS And out day for pounds must profit Turkish town how tbofmest breakfast goes or delicious if picked at Peaches very to wonders one B wild ease governor he Lancaster from qualified to showing for C kailrta lI1i1clf it chuck the pride continually 7anto4 I Ladies and gentlemen to introduce the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1899 Agents are coini7lJ meaty 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 Decatnr Ill 27feblyr For Sale I ofler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There aro eight rooms bath room nnd hall anti all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evan or the under signed Mus SPEED SMITH 2janJyr Kichmond Ky Get in the Swim Chins Jacobs the Main street tailor lisa just received a neW and complete line of cass5nieres oinl is now ready to make the must fastidious a nobby and uptodate suit Firstclass workmen employed and IHs guaranteed All clothes inade by him will be kept in CreeorchafJeCIIstock before purchasing your spring and summer clothingJ71e8t A WONDBSPUl INVENTION They curs dandruff lair falling lured aelif etc costs the same misaim ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb Tho only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonderful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is alaoluUly impossible to break or cut the hair on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfaction in ecery respect Send tamps for one Ladies size 50c Gents size 35c Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Address D N HOSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr For Rent Time J W Herndon farm consisting of 227 acres situated one mile and a Damesicomfprlabln dwelling barns cisterns and all the usual outbuildings make this a desirable farm Apply to 27f8t Doc HERXDOX No matter how wise a man is there faro people who think be is a fool DO YOU WANT Towll your REALESrATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO aoykiniltIme particulars as I be able to lmIi yon Address JM N Lock Hoxr 475 Charleston W Va I3dec ly No Maude dMrj the girls in bur- teqimosiiows are net eRgaged at their own figures 8tpf r blq sIib i1 IS Ub51IIS psnlas Laxativ 1PMH4Y so 4M I- 01ilil goingwhen the wagon is heavily loaded applyinirup lull If he did his sensible horses isinhill with the brake set against him When his stomach is out of order and the allied organs of digestion and nutrition impaired in their functions a friction is set up which has to be over come in addition to the performance of daily duties A foul stomach makes a foggy brain and the man with a die gropehislike a man In a fog lie forgets ap presentedtocondition is entirely remedied by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It puts the stomach and digestive and nutrifivo system into a condition of peifect health and gives a clear brain a steady hand and a light step for a days duties When consti bodylran effectual cure of that disastrous disease Experience is a teacher that insists on compulsory education Puck f Tetter SaURhenrn and Eczema mcilentandSkinhave been permanently cured by It Itis equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped bonds chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorseents per package Life must be a weary grind to the street organ man Cures Eczema anti IlekiBg Humors Through The Blood Cost Nothing to Try it B B B Botanic Blood Balm taken internally will kill all humors in the blood that cause the awful itchincrbl wateryblistersand joiutsprickly pains in the sklnold eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm will make the blood pure and rich heal every sore and perma illotanicalldrugwriting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medicine ad nottt1qgtopaid 2 Straws show which way tho mint Julep goes vv Steps tie G tiffk ut Work off tki crt Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablcw tHe a cold In one day No cure iopay PHce 36 coats ill reverent mR are wise but iJTbt wMeDtan lea reverent TO StTKX A 008 XV 03 B4T 14HMtJMIAIJkMtNl Ill to rtr Ii ibiubbZ Isi II t 11 lP 1 i TS ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILI tNotice in Inventive Ago Book now to obtain Patent DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED fFREE I Charge moderate No fee tin is Kctired Addrcuc C P trQnize Home Innrum othervroprrtyinstitutionUkesFIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become member of company The cheapest ana roost reliable company for the people of our county now operating In the State aiul gets cheaper every year falling to oneball after the first year PADhouse with the County Judge Richmond Ky may2tly t OKLAHOMA Indian I 4Territory Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving at noon 5x00 S 11Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules and rates write to R H FOWLER Tray Pass Agt I C R B Louisville Ky A BOON TO MANKIND TALES BUCKEYE a f I tI zoo rJ o Zdtoc c CJtr1 t1 TI 7J Cl UJ xJ en m f z m7 A New for the Certain Cure of PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED I TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS J JAMES F BALLARD Sole Prcpiistor aID North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY Tn nt a1 OF KV The Giant of the South 4y yk P v Wherein Life pays to the estate of the dead fhp Company is IPS than 7 years oldand has a greater iirfiniinii inline to the business III force than any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living nenefits S38OOOO mount Ilaewl in Kercrsc lAnd Surplus 200000 Anyone desirinc an investment yieldins larse returns during life this Company tatters special advantages H SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS AT MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PLOWS e iS jeH ftW Arkansas PILE EliJr4 CURE Discovery INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT THOMAS Druggistslanloly otiherii Mt1 Ivrn LEXINGTON investment YSTEI ING BENEFITS Insurance Companies SMITH BOWM7N PLOWS The wvjson hits arrived when the farmers search PLOW anil other Kamiing Implements and that tliosn need such may know that still rinj the wants this clasp call attention line 0- 1Vulcan Plows New Western Disc Harrows Cultivators Barlow Corn HardwareI Planters Stoves Tinware BuckleyTinner TAYLOR BROS CK SMITH Pres BAIRD Sec and Treas WARE General Manager The Jefferson Gu Tt7 urety Co Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market ttThe BEST because will make you the Most Money Central- By Louisville ivavxvs Only + + + + + +++ +++ ++ +i t 4 are in of in of wo are rat to of we to our F K L M tit It is BEST because V there is no high ratio 3 tofor J business on our Books It requires LESS money to complete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company 1tjItAtrial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson 7IIOME OFFICE f No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED If65 CEO W M3R1I3 Peel W W luTE Vice Ties THB MUTUAL LirB INSURANCE C o3 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky IDald Merriurcther Secy Jot Petlns Treas Jan Steadan Medical Director U iiry Hodge 8upt Agencies Kentucky IAdmitted A wet Pro 130 3018711 Zl XJej t9O 19ISU Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 1900 77952 SI K pen JItnres for 19J- OKices 6019wl 60 I inonoovrrexpendltures 171 541 01 Is Insurance la fore Ombr 31 WW 14845515 J H KENNEDY Special AgU 6mlly RICHMOND KY t n A LAND STOCK AND CROP The Kentucky Futurity worth 21000 says Secretary Wilson at Lexington will have 1500 entries this year Over 4000000 sheep per ished in Argentina from foot andmouth disease The loss in wool is 35000000 kilos Thos H Williams has in corporated the California Jockey Club for 1000000 and will control Oakland Tan foran and InglesldeIBetter begin advertising your stallion and jack Own ers of mares want to see the breeding of sires before they engage their mares W C Carpenter has bought of S L Bailey 50 young hogsa delivered April 1 at per pound They averaged 15- 0poundsHarrodsburgDemo crat Frank W McKee holds the record on lambs He has 190 ewes with 290 lambs The lambs are in excellent conchs tion and average about 40 pounds now Mr McKee lost only 6 lambs altogether Woodford Sun Thomas W Lawson of Bos ton has decided to quit the trotting game at least for the present Boralma is the only horse of the many valuable ones owned by him that will appear on the track this year under his colors Secretary Horace Wilson of the Kentucky Breeders oJ Association announces j tira 1379 mares have pefchnainefl in the rich JKafifiirlrv Futuri Ity value 21000 for foals of 1901 which closed Farch 15 109 less than in the record breaking list of 1900 Ken tuck heads the list with 576 New York comes next with 147 Massachusetts 92 Penn sylvania 83 Illinois 82 Mon tana 55 Ohio 52 California 47 and so on A dispatch from Lexington says J B Haggin the millionaire has closed a deal for the J H Kerr farm of 541 acres adding it to his Elmen dorf stock farm This addi tion gives him over 4500 acies within one fence in Fayette county The price was 100 per acre His new home which willcost300000 is nearing completion a con tract of 8000 for plastering having been awarded Satur day His purchase of thor oughbreds for March chiefly from Eastin Larable are estimated to aggregate about lnO000 He will soon bring a number of his horses here from California James Anderson bought a bunch of fat hogs at 5c W H Underwood sold to II T Bush a bull calf for 10 R A Dodd of Wilmore bought 5500 bushels of wheat at 76c E P Wood sold to S T Harris a yearling jack at a figure between 150 and 200 Lutes Co sold in Cin cinnati last week a car load of hogs they ngaged in January at 4ic M L Hare of Rich mond Ind sold the good trotting stallions Hamwaf to- P L McCabe for 5000 Lutes S Co bought of Fay ette Brooks of Garrd 32 GOOlb yearlings at 4c and sold to same a mule for 85 W W Lyons Co sold to S T Harbison G Co a bay gelding for 175 C C Carpenter sold them a fancy New York saddler for 500 Wm Dunn two horses for 300 and Dec Drye a New York saddler for 800 and two other horses for 375 iY S Dyre Co of The LwOf health has no uniformed guardians of its peace If it had there would be arrests innumerable in every restaurant every day of the yecr Both in the quantity and quality of the food t iey eat and in the manner of its consump lion men and women sin t each day against the laws of health Those who will not heed- Natures warnings can punIor It trouble is the lava riable penalty of care eatingThere no other medicine for diseases of the stomach and allied of die gestion and nutrition which can compare with Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery It cures perfectIand enables the build me un Qf the whole body iato vigorous health took two bottles of Dr rfercel Golden MedicalDiscovery for stomach trouble writes Clarence Carnes K Tavlcrstown Loudoun 1tdidicaomuchgoo4that1dtdutake l I am so well pleased with It I know hoc to thank you for yow kted information I tried a whole tot of tbian before I wrote to you There waS a et1 told me about wIlethooght I I kvedoueifSeal Discovery Dr Picrcta Fleuut hlWacllre con stipation oo Hustonville bought of John S Carpenter a bay mare for 200 and Sam Makin of Lebanon two fine horses for 400 W H Boone bought of George D Boone a pair of work mules for 200 and sold to Sam Dudderar a bunch of shoats at 5c Stanford Interior JournalP- ARIS COU8TMany hun dreds of persons attended the court day sales Monday the largest crowd for several years The stallion show regular stock sales and several auction sales of land im plements vehicles etc all helpeed to swell the crowd At M J Murphy Cos yards about 125 head of cato ie were offered but nearly ll were unsold Jos Reagan bought 12 head at 25 40 700 Ib cattle of B F Dwyer sold to Jonas Veil A number of mules were on the market at high prices Jonas Weil sold Caswell Goff 35 feeders at 450 Hal Woodford his racers to Latonia last evening among them Pink Coat and Kentucky Farmer Ben Woodford and James Everman shipped 8 head among them Fantasy Greetings eteAt Millers burg C R Turnar refused 250 for a 2year old colt J Hughes McDonal by Rex McDonald offered by a Kan sanC W H Mayjthe turfman sold his farm of 108 pikeie naVIs for 12000 It adjoins Mr Davis farm At Millersburg Ashby Leer sold 1000000 pounds of tobac coat560 EP Claybrook of Hutchison sold a lot of200 lb hogs to Woihl of Lexing ton at 5i cents Woodford Clay left Monday with 8 fast thoroughbreds of Clay Woodford for Church Hill DownsParis Kentuckian I have been troubled with indiges tion for ten yean have tried wallY things and Fpent much niotioy to no DepepsillVnrlten more relief from them than all other medicines taken I feel more liken boy than I have felt in twenty Snnllvlaneas did MrRigg Terry Thomas President McKinley has proved his great admiration for the civil service reform by appointing on iLs commis Mr Rodcnburg of Illinois who showed his devotion to reform only a year ago by offothe appropriation and starve the Commission to death I had piles so bad I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried De Witts Witch Hazel alve After anythingPoint N Y Look out for imitations Be sure you ask for DeWitts Perry Thomas Think a minute and see if you can recall a single piece of war news from Great Brit ain of late either from South Africa or the Orient which was not totally falser You cannot enjoy perfect hcnlthrosv cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver cloggedDoVItts ripePerryHere is a New York man who has been shot in the rathskeller It isnt fatal however Editor De Roclays was hit in the same place Spring coughs are specially dangerous unit unless cured at ouceserious results often follow One Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not a common mixture hut is a high grade remedy Perry Tfiuinas The British declare that it is intolerable that a defeated enemy like the Boers should refuse fair terms of surrender Wonder what the British consider fair If in the fu ture Great Britain should be defeated would she consider any terms fair that did not leave her her independence No doubt the Bell Telephone people will applud the selection of Mr Allen of New York as patent Commissioner as he has been their attorney for years Whattheindependent telephone companies will think of it remains to be seen Nevertheless and notwith standing Pension Commis sioner Evans must go little as he wishes it He has com mitted the unforgivable crime of declining to do all the bidding of the pension Sharks aseitbecomesnecessalYto we hope that the New York will not as on a previous historic occasion have been taken away by hercommander on a junkeling expedition It is a little late but still we may remind Chicago that its Civic Federation smashed the gamblers five or six years ago on much the same plan as that on which Mrs Nation has been smashing the saloons Tne full text of the British reply anent Nicaragua shows that Secretary Hay without being asked assured the Brit ish that the United States onsidered the outworn Clay tonBuwel treaty to be in full force and effect thus tying our hands After a while the country will leoru that Anglo maniacs are not fitted for the responsible post of Secretary of State The census frauds in Maryland grow worse with further investigation It now seems that they were carried out in pursuance of a deliberate plan to increase the representation in the Legislature f Representative Mudds faction of the Republican party The Supreme Court has adjourned for two weeks sup posably to formulate their opinionon the colonial cases It is to be hoped that it will be direct and to the point and Will not go off on any side issue Secretary Hays note to Russia on the subject of Manchuria amounts to serving notice that we will consider it real mean if she per sists in her purpose cBy the way Mr Hanna does uotseem quite so anxiuos to get the crejit of settling the coal strike now as he did just before the election last f allItis to be hoped that the value of those destroyed missionary sermons is included in the 25000000 that China- si to be asked to cough up No one imagines that President McKinley wants a third term at present But just wait about three years and then ask him again It is a little singular that these lame Congressional ducks liavc such poor opinions of each other China has defied the Bear Now wait andsee what Adamzad had to say on the subject Carnegie will soon be known as Handy Andy if he doesnt look out JAPANESE PtrW rb fi tCUREn New ait1 xJonpIoto tment eomaftlng cl twIIon3of esery nature and fesrec taitis Oerat1Cu lihldJrereaultirl In 1calh anncccuar Why WrittenCuararteo czthiBoxCONSTIPATION 1 ncoutvrotend I1Joinpiatcaa 1lle Cure fur sale only by For sale by Stccklon 5 lIagan Druggists Burlington Route Great Train Service No 41 at 9 a in from St Louis for Kansas City and entire Northwest to Iugoi Sound and Portland with con nections nt Lincoln Neb from Chicano and Peorin The Burhl ngtonNurth ExpressFurDenver Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fust trains daily from St Louis or Chicago For St Paul Minneapolis and North weft several trains daily from ChiC Jo and St Louis The Finest Trains in World Chicago to St Paul and Min neapolis TosephtwoChicago California Excursions in through tourist sleepers personally conducted from St ouls and Chiiapo every Wednes everyMondayver Scenic Colorado Salt Lako Cltv equippedtrainsWrita for matter descriptive of any contemplated journey through the West W M SHAW L W WAKELY- D ACincinnatiIlOWAnD ELLIOTT Gen Manager St Louis Mo 6marly WALL e PAPERS FOR199LiIiI11E from the leading Factories and have now in stock the largest andimost variedstock 5in Central Ken tucky They are each and everyone marked at n price that simplydeflesi competition From So on up tiiofineitliaiul goods All new designs and colors Yellows ItlncR Pinks Green Reds Etc You are most cordially vited to call pect our selection L G VWa Mwi1LEiJ 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pay and the homo happy It has 2Q pllgesMoports Largest actual staff of practical editors and correspondents allfarmers It Always Stops at Expiration jf of Subscription No wideawake farmer will he with oatthis great farm and howe jouriwl It will pay for itself time and snaiH Add lli- C1imaxPrini PJchtfloniKy To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact untflyouwantit The fame of ARBUCKTFStinduced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can g- etArbllckles RoastedCoffee for it is actually less expensive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satisfying You will find a list of tseM arti cles in each package of Atbnckles Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yours when you buy the coffee The one you select from the list will be sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappeo- ARBUCKLB BROS Notion Dept New York City NY KodolDy Digests what you eat aids1aturestructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest dIscovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn NauseaIPrepared by E C DeWITT 4 CO CljlcaB For sale by Perry Thomas VILEY t OTHE OCTAILOR of Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of tt IMUO rABRI From New York and desires to make you an upto data SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally nil the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York aITRY HIM tJ- J W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY ISfeMy Arrange Your Summer Trip TO VISIT THE pANAHERICAH EXPOSITION AT BUFFALOM- AY I TO NOV 1 1901 NIAGARA FALLS One of the Seven Wonders of the World within and hours ride from Unflnlo LakesThedellghtfulride Weekly Excursions VIA Big Four Route TO BUFFALO On Tuesdays May 7 1f 21 and 28 tripgoollfollowingdateOn all through tickets either ORe way fit ofetopondeposlteofticketwithjolnt Agent at tIIat point and payment of fee of II Gall on or write Agenla Big Four for fall information circulars of the Expo itiou etc WAMIKJ LYNCIf W P UPP- OIPaas Agi 40 pTt At JfATIO 0 0 How Is Your REPAIRING AND TIMEmO FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY L E LANE 3Xact vca All Work fiuaranteedMain Street- RICHMOND KY PLOW Call in and see what 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 Every one knows that the OLIVER is the best Plow thats made The Brown Cultivator Tornado and Imperial Disc Harrows Ilarlow Hay worth and Evans Corn Planters are standard implements ana weGUARAN jTEE every one of them LOWEST BESTA I J y HMKELF RD MPANY 2fMAIN STREET RICHMOND KYJ 717F 77F 71 7jzWz7 + TO QUIT + BUSINESL 1 IHaving decided to quit business we will sell our entire STOCK OF +++ ++ + BOOTS SHOES ETC expecttonever have another opportunity like this We have be I tween 6000 and 7000 worth of goods that must be disposedof at once in order to stop expenses Below are quotedsome of our prices v Ladies Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at S 2 fio I U h 3 00 2 13 t 250 1 5 2 00ino I t 1 50 1 00 Mens Fine Shoes worth 4 00 now goo at S 3 00 It LI ti tI3 50It 2 nodIL 3 00 I 2 50 JJli3xI t J2 00 Mens Bootees 5 00 IL 11 400 J And everything else in proportion l The Ultra Ladies Shoes Douglas Shoes an at same cut rates 5 A Call early and select what you want we wiIllig E +++ 4+4+ ++ + Main Street CouW usen ii+++ ++ ++ JIJ LET U- SFI6URE WITH YOl t- ON YOUR WANT IN THE DISC HARRO This is Our 44 On Wheels ++ + ++ + SUperlorttt + 4 t++ + ++ PLO WOLOGY J Orthe Science of Disc KS W akt s4lelthe plow principle to thetheKrea rrecor hahtAnllIIwhen in the nsrk t We Ii Plow IaIrs and Farming Itnpl DOUGLAS HIKDWUIE STOVB8 Inch