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T r T r T r r r cc t t 3lf iTHE RICHMOND CUMAX Icr VOLUME27RICHMONDI MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1901 I f PROFESSIONAL CARDS I AttOltNJYS fluE IOERTS ATTORN BY ATtAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jaOffic over Cllmxx Omce with Jas B Mc Creary Second Stree- LWMLLER i ATTOKKBTiTHW RICHMOND KBHTOCK- TOBee In the Barnam Building next door to Miners National Bank feb3ly ji + SOJLrT AN ATTORSKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofticeover State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JCL D MOHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anils grocery W 1R LETCHER f AttorntyatZaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covibgton Mitchells 1 tfAL10T JACZSON i ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jnrOfflce in Prather Building Main Street 2HYSIOIA1TS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEOKS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tbr Toe Ceilin bui1dinctJ andan Sec end Street orei font a old dru tore 17 CHAS C HOOKER- VETERINARYSURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty 3rOnce at my stable on corner Pint and Water Street Richmond Ky apr71y lLB JASPER M D Medicine and SniRery Oflice Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS W D GW PUY8ICIAN AND SCBQttON RICHMOND KENTUCKY pENTAL u1taxT Dr OaVcufrtve st o srm DEimsr- OF LocisviiiB KT zi Offleehext door to Government Building BichmSnd Ky Offlpe hqurs9 to Ml to V DiLouis II Landman No503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Glyndon Blchmond Ky on WEDNSSD1Y APR 17 1901 returning every second Wednesday each month Reference every physician of Rich mond lyznayl1y Mine UAMIL TO- NIi LADIES TAILOR DRESSMAKING eon and t cKnife Plaiti- ngifichmondKy jioasff I s with us t IIie you give us a trial I t lTisiii w iI1Ni ie deoohedlbyuo we have tONY isr we buy itt the best BMirkets of teJfOddsele the la tfest goods betlYou buy you have latest ttpfcpdate I t1 Iftrdewith Is00i1 ND I +4 + ALL NESi 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ATamIOUpM- 6Wpm c1f- aitps L4bDl RWSaIL klkiJeepIDc vLHi Oi1r mLadac 4 CMMaDOOIfL lie 0brTI l rMaII a j IreK M IJ B vaa ci tnltIa IIJi IU1tIIIIIIf4ad11Mii cwtIVIIc lloiMY11k1 a pep 8Utuu esacist S uadayah dal1J Vi O 111 OTLP T or4 Di1c waftletnn rrIPcWBt g ASTONISHINGCOMBINATION Tattooded Man Was Also a Trainer of Trick Dogs Speaking of queer wayscf popularpresence ofa New Orleans TimesDemocrat reporter 1 amremindedof a quaint little experience of my own a few days before our company started on the road I had setout to see a friend who runs a vaudeville agency the other side of Madison square he continued and not find ing him on the premises I sat down in his private office to to wait Presently a broad shouldered swarthy man sauntered in leading three finelooking dogs by a chain and also took a chair in the officeNaturally we fell into con versation and he told me that he was a professional dog trainer for vaudeville entertainments My wife and brotherinlaw do the exhibit ing he said mentioning a team that I remembered having seen on variety bills and I do the educatfng When they are on the road I have at least two new dogs in hand so if anything hap pens to the old ones we wont run short of stock That struck me as being a very curious vocation and I asked him a good many ques tions In reply he gave me a lot of interesting details of the businesshow dogs of the same species will differ wide ly in intelligence how tricks are impressed on their memory by a series of cues and how the best of them will sometimes forget their entire repertoire for an evening at a time and cover the showman with shame I remarked in cidentally that I would imagine the animals would be apt to obey the man who trained them and asked whether it wouldnt be an ad vantage for him to take them on the road himself My wife understands em all right enough he said and I want to stay at home and keep up the stock Iwas in the profession once he added gloomily and I got enough of it This racing up and down over the country dont suit me Just them my friend came in and as the trainer turned to greet him I got a good 1011at his face for the first timB had been sitting with his back to the light and I only knew in a general way that he was very swarthy but I now saw to my surprise that his cheeks and forehead and even his nose were heavily pitted with blackspots like those made by a powder explosion Who is that man Iasked after he had securedsome mail and departed Why thats said dogtrainerpicked it up himself a few gettingHe seems to have met with some accident said I What is the matter with his AfterHe Comes Everythingcan do to help her child she should blessingsshedo this she must have health her self She should use every means to improve her physical condition supplyherself Mothers Friend It will take her through the crisis easily a H d quickly It Is a which gives strength and vigor to the mtdesCommon iskowyouV musc lea iFPc which bear the train the kss paIn there will be YortWaynelad wonders or me PraIse God for your lioitnent Red tbk from Hwwl CL- fotbe9ePi4dMau IIflg to ll women MIelIl1d wrtarea ometOCcldWliktb1Iit at dritrs per JliEIUinlf K64JUTORCO MfrAt m wits for oat 1sIWSIatUIbSSkISI5byW Bomh w face Oh thats tattooing re plied my friend laughing He used to be a tattooed man in a museum and was fool enough to have the stuff put all over his face Since hes set up as a trainerhe has tried every way in the world to get it out but has only succeed ed jn spreading the marKs This struck me as being by long odds the most nston ishing combination of occupa tions I ever heard of Tattooed man and proprietor of trick dogstwo excellent ways of iiving without work Urn going to cultivate that gentleman when I return said the actor thoughtfully He must be a remarkable character MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT A good water supply sew erage and disposal of garbage good street paving and street cleaning should be the first boast of every munici pality Let these be pointed to with pride which is commonly bestowed upon great public institutions and build ings I see no reason why slums should be allowed in any city says Walter Wy man Surgeon General of Marine Hospital Service Relatively speaking too much attention is paid to public parks and handsome munici pal buildings The citys im provements should be in the alleys around the docks in the tenement house quarters land great as may be the appreciation of public art as manifested by status and public gardens and of the parks and boulevards let these wait upon the less showy but more important features of muni cipal life Yon will waste time if you try to cure indigestion or dyspepsia by starving yourself That only makes it worse when you do eat heartily You always need plenty of Jood food properly die gusted Kodol nyepeiwiH re the result ofrears of scientific research for- something that would digest not only some elements of food but every And it is the one remedy that will do it Perry Thom- asSTATUES TO WOMEN There are only four statues in the United Kingdom erect ed to the memory of women other than royalties The first statue of a woman erected in England was that of Sister Dora the Walsail nurse the second was that of Mrs Siddons the third Flora Mc Donald and the fourth that unveiled at Dunoon a year or two ago in memory of Burns IIighlandMarySkin burns scands and chafin ly heal by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be sure you get DeWitts Perry Thomas SHE BARBER Of a Dark Hue Starts Trouble In Bowling Green A special from Bowling Green of April 9 says Bowling Green has a pair of female barbers They are Lizzie and Bell Duerson col ored and they conduct a shop on Kentucky street They also have a male barber in their employ named Jim Bradshaw arid trouble in the shop Saturday night brought all three before the Police Court two as witnesses and the Other to answer a warrant for disorderly conduct Bell Duerson and Bradshaw got into an animated discus sion over the relative merit and ability of Louisville and Bowling Green lawyers the oman championing the legal luminaries of Louisville while Bradshaw maintained that there was justagood lawyers in Bowling Green as there are irt Louisville The discussion got hotter and hotter until the woman called Bradshawaliar- He seized a mug while she dived into a drawer and came out with a pistol Bradshaw grabbed the pistol and took it away from her and she claims Volmanwhich lier mother promptly paid producing roll of but that made the hytan4ers open tDeieys But the question Mto tM lawyers sUit eiiniuaeett1sd F2 liKeprMentetive Mudd of Maryland win hereafter W even more so than before E = = Nerve FoodIfyou have neuralgia Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil crying and set your whole body going again in a way to satisfy nerve and brain from your usual food That is cure If you are nervous and irri table you may only needmore fat to cushion your nerves you are probably thinand Scotts Emulsion Cod Liver Oil will give you the fat to be gin with goesFullyou need from usual food and youtosampleftSnlsts4ONIS York Soc and Jioo all druggists SILVER CREEK This village is locatedon Silver Creek eight miles from this pity by pike and ten by railroad The L N rail road runs through the center of the village and the Lancas ter pike bounds iton its west ern and northern suburbs The villagers located in a valley on both sides of the creek This creek during the spring freshets is as large as some rivers for instance Red river and Dix river Located here are two of the largest and best distilleries in the State where is manu factured the best medicated whisky in the United States and is known far and near for its exhilerating effects One of the manufacturing plants is wellknown as the Hume Distillery which was founded by Wm Hume father of the Hume brothers of Richmond The other is known as the War wickand is the property of Thomas Burnam Co The village has a store blacksmith shop school house and an extensive cooper shop The Hume residence located on an eminence is a large brick house overlooking the village below It is one of the best and more modern in its construction than most of the homesteads in that sec tion and is located on a beauti ful plateau which is reached on the north and west by ascending a high incline The railroad running thro the village gives it great ship pingadvantages and traveling facilities AbeFarris the rail road agent is oneoftheoldest railroad men in the county or perhaps in the State or the the United States He has been in the employment of the road for three decades and is still a mighty man in his pro fession Thefarmclsoftheneighbor hood are remunerated by haul ing away the distillery slop which they feed to their cattle causing them to gain rapidly in fleshsomething on the or der of stalled beef and gives- a tenderness and flavor to the meatAt this place is a large dam across the creek whichmakes it a favorable fishing resort Some of the principal farmers of this section are Mil lard Davidson James Adams Dr Hockaday Robert Jen nings Frauds Gibson James Deatherage and Dr Hum phrey Bennett a graduate of Bethany College VirginiaI EDWIN BROWN The fact that Powers who was convicted of the murder of Goebel has been granted a new trial proves nothing whatever in regard to his guilt any more than similar grants elsewhere prove any thing The chances are that he wilt again be convicted It is to be hoped that Japan knows something of the fierce war spirit that is beinggener n Iftto give the British prophecy mill askance tQ hit It once in awhile Mr Rodnburg8 friends ooaieod that he is jeftasgood a civil KJrviee manas Me KfefejrjHw foW saa when pWl9nDJiris true F DRESSED AS A MAN FOR FORTY YEARS A remarkable story of male impersonation was revealed in a police court in London in connection with an arrest fpr alleged money frauds The prisoner named Catherine Coombe aged 66 described a house decorate appeared in the dock in male attire For 40 years Catherine imper sonated a man and worked on board P O steamers in various capacities and also for London firms She says she was married at 15 taught school and then thought there were better chances of ad vancement as a man Every now and then an attorney is disbarred from prac tice before the U S Patent Office because he has appro priated the fees sent him by his clients and failed to pro ceed with the work This means loss of both time and money to the inventor and frequently results in the loss of the invention through some one filing an application ahead of the rightful inventor E G Siggers Patent Lawyer Washington D C is respon sible in the best sense having been engaged in the patent business for the last twenty one years He is rated in Bradstreets and Dunns re ports and his office is located in the same building with the Washington office of the Brad street company Send for his terms which are liberal con sideling the excellence of his service t e jbetNothing pave me relief Finally my wife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected a speedy cure I cam ot speak too highly of that excel lent remedy Mr rle Houseman Manatawney Pa Perry Thomas We should be greatly oblig ed if some good Republican journal would explain just why it was so shameful in Mr Marcum to desert his post in the Pretoria consulate and yet so altogether admirable for the young son ofSecretary Hay to desert the same post True there were British pris oners at Pretoria then but there are Boer women and children prisoners there now Why should the United States Consul be required for the former and not for the latter Those famous little pills DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove all im purities from your system cleanse your bowels make them regular Perry ThomasAll Americans will welcome the news if true that Aguin aldo has given up the hopeless fight and sworn allegiance to the United States Even those who believe that our institutions are imperiled byi the acquisition of the Philip pines against the will of their inhabitants cannot but rejoice if the lamentable record of blood is to cometo an end Senator Foraker is said to be very uneasy over the situ ation in Ohio He may well be If the Democrats carry the Legislature a Democrat will be chosen to Forakers seat in the Senate if the Re publicans win a friend ofMr Hannas vdll be chosen It seems to be a case of the devil and the deep blue sea with Foraker The recurrent dispatches from Constantinople stating that the Sultan will pay that indeinrnity are really dead funny The latest is to the effect that Abdul has again renewed the paper on which his note to pay is written the former copy having again worn out and become illegible The census frauds in Mary land continue to grow in magnitude the further they are investigated They are all in Republican districts insur ing predominence of that par ty on the Legislature and in cidentally assuring the dee tion of Mr Mud4 to the USI Senate Wonder who could have been responsible for them If MrCirnegiealIywants reanYIwwfcy MMMifc he try feirutt a yellow ua in New York Ib aia 7 13 Id uu- doltbtedt3r tI bob his m bitfcns IIIillll ua LLa A LUXLJY WTHi 7HE EIACH Of ALL l sar3iParilialMAKE lifting giving overworked refreshing Ayers Ayers Ayers Sireapi bitfotis atyweJWW1ilttouw JMjUXKansas ftImYlJt Watch advertisement NUMBEft41 Why Iia- zLION COFfEE become the leader package coffees Andwhy it used millions homes Because it does not sailunder false colors absolutely clean pure coffee glazing coating withegg mixtures imperfections Just package LION COFFEE and you will under stand popularity COFFEE you will find a illustrated descriptive Ino woman man boy or will fail to the list some article happiness comfort and convenience and which they may have by ings number Lion Heads from the wrappers our one sealed sortir form in which this excellent coffee is soldnthis WOOLSON SPICB CO TOLEDO 0manufactu When you For fifty years it has been up the dis couraged rest to the and bringing sleep to depressedNo approaches it In age and in cures is the leader of them all It was old before other sarsaparillas were born JIOJ a kettle JUUraal Pills aid the action of rilla They cure ness w I have seed Ayecsi 4t IItar ndro than 40 rear aM IMv MM from the very start MI iMMto tko t netlclncs In the lllocld1 MMto flU 4 4 w1r I4 rses4 r tIrrrilotpz tw lI w our noxt now of all I is in of It is an No no or try a of the reason of its fully and girl find in of of eo tktl AN INVITATIONTh To ride in one of elegant Phaetons is always appreciated by those who like comfort and ease while driv ing We have the handsomest stock of Buggies Phaetons Sur reys Buckboards Traps Car riages Dog Carts c that has ever been seen in Richmond Every vehicle in our shop is made right r WE KNOW nOW We carry a complete stock of Trimming Material Iron Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock The gentlemen having charge of this department have had years of experience in the largest Carriage 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 ariaEQ Worls D f L i j I t L i Mimoiid Climax n CUE AULTProprielor JBEdltoriVEDNESDAYPRILQL rOBM8U l EVERY WltnNlMDAY fl- yOllmixPrntingaons PRICJfl PElt YEAil 150= DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1 ffOtt COBHTr JUDO a NDTURIINf ii4TrORNEYIl PoR hJOiiNVi3j 2 Jtl K- BTJAMES R UKKY IFOR CIKHlt r JESSE IiudYOB BSPBESBXTATIVB CHA8 L SEAROY FOU SCHOOL BOPERINTEiraEST JW WAGERS Faa ASSESSOR riJEORGE POLAND PoIISURVETORS I FOR CORONER CLIFF SAMUELS ANNOUNCEMENTS FB CITY ATTORNEY TALDOTJACKSONoffice ot City subject to the action of the Democratic party CWELLSf1 Attorney subject to the action of the Demo ffiuatle party Sl We are authorized to announce W R AttorneyubJecno FOR MAYOR nENCEETichtnond subject to the action of the Demo l ratio party iiWe are authorized to announce DAVID R ofIUclnnondcratic party r authorized to announce JAMES B EIt a candidate for Mayor of the City fcphinond subject to the action of the Dota party r iLLn was hard hit this woek brick trust 1bya nceton the other day a I hided an admirer who 10 considered an insult YAiC average Kentucky girl can always he depended upon to take fcare of herself even if she has to fly to mills tI prepafIbeglnnhiigAprJl 29 and last Solo week Somerset Is just anddlterprlslnlr Verdotliings by halves SEDITOK JOHN A Bum of the peorgetown Times had nn Easter of lmbyleftweek Bro Bell neednt grumble however All editors have mtlaiteiTTs brought tollipsrnrtime7 that the e I enomitated for lhe Legislature by Clark coifuty Democrats Saturday Mr Renfcmade a most enviable record in the last Legislature lilt conduct dui irigstffo reign ofMrror last winter showing him to be made of the right sort of stnlft His election is assured THE Hon David Bennett HUt may not bo in accord with the majority of the Pemocraic party ou the money question bi7ns opposition to trusts i- su prou tficud as that of Mr Bryan n self In tAe course of a speech t Clnbat1ulfnloSnorted to have said COmhinatiollsJazzling us with the boldness of their conception and the boundless extent of their proposed operations it is high time to constier whether some wholesale restrictions upon such corporate undertakings are not essential in the interest of he people CI IIrocrCw I LEXINGTON KY Showing Lots of New Things Now oj IWourDollars for the 1 Home S2iHbuy a great deal here now pTAKESIDEBOARDS S2250 I25ooF2750 d up 10- 6OOO for instance we are showing a great line Style Finish and Design are lined withsuch a high degree of mer it in construction that the result is such a Side Board as a ggodjhousekeeper desires znsion Tables Lia Cses DUets and Butler Trays To Match cJiBrower Co11- AiIfLXDM JJROADWAY 1lL XQT Ky- 4V jff Bio bodied big braised Ollte James tlBcedfor YrJamesorator and the people of the Purchase would honor themselves in honoring mOreheaVsent her In CongreEs IT is an encouraging sign when the people elect to the oUico of Mayor such S Smallers have had the management of mu niclpalaffairs long enough in this country Their administration has only lessened the opportunities for re form nnd made otonrcity governments in many instances cesspools of corrup tiou The people have begun to realize that if reform comes it must be at the hands of a Mayor who places the well fare of the people above partisanship and who is withal a practical man of affairs ananot a mere theorist Mayor although in office but a few ays has already commenced making needed reforms He has begun the refadjustment of the tax list Buildings dangerous to the public safety are by his orders torn down Lotsoreshave been removed The police force lifts been reorganized A three cent street car fare and other benefits are promised soon Bringing the lesson home Richmond tooneeds a Tom L Johnson in other words a Mayor of broad public spiritedness devoted to the best interests of her citizens one who wil inaugurate an administration which promises reform in every department where it is needed With such a Mayor and a Council to support him Richmond would not be long Inftaking its place in the van of progress with cities like Cleveland Erai since the fatal day on which aGoebeland still believe that Taylorif not the real instigator of the diabolical con spiracy which deprived the Democrats bf their dauntless leader had previous Eknowledgeinto the plan of the conspirators sanc Ctradegyat the tin e by his prompt cooperation with the alleged assassins He had the militia on hand lie refused to allow the civil authorities to search the exeelutive offices He declined to reward for the apprehension and arrest of the guilty parties lie issued pardons in advance to those afterwards accused of connection with the crime In fact he did everything in his power to defeat the ends of justice and cover up the tracks of the culprits And tc further fix suspicion upon himself he fled to Indiana for refuge after declar iig he would neves be a fugitive Next camethe confession of Wharton Golden Robert Noaks W II Culton et air laying bare the part played by Taylor They were promptly branded as per jnrers andscoundrelby the RepubH can and partisan organs and their pri vale character was assailed in a vain effort to vindicate the Republican pre ir6rtofaave driven him into exile were out laws of the worst type Their defense of Taylor was so well made and their vilification of the perjurers so crush actuallyImany quarters for Taylor But the case has assumed a different aspect When on last Wednesday ex Goyernor W 0 Bradley the great high priest in the Republican syna gogue of Kentucky and Taylors cliif counsellor took the witness stand in the Ripley case at Frankfort and corroborated in ihe main the statements of Gol don Noaks and Culton making clear Taylors previous knowledge of and complicity in the assassination it was high time for decent Republicans who all along have been crying persecution to call a halt Judge Yoste evidence following Mr Bradleys and corroborating it has left little room for doubt in the minds of even the most intense partisans of Taylors connection with the crime While Gov Mount livedTnylor was sale in Indiana but with the eviglance of such good Republicans as Gov Bradley and Judge Yost trumpet ing his guilt we cannot see how Gova ernorDurbln can refuse to give him upv upon requisition of Gev Beckham If Yoirtsoy is guilty if Powers is gUIltyC Taylor and Finley are also not they should be brought back to Kentucky and given an opportunity to prove their innocence We hope Govr Durbin will not retard the aduiinistra tion of justice as his predecessor did PERSONAL Neale Bennett was in Danville IMr Mr C E Woods was in Lexington Friday Mrs Win S Oldhain is visiting in Louisville Mrs J E Greenleaf is visiting in Lancaster Mrs Elmer Deatherage is visiting in Lexington Mr Fred Grinstead was in Winches ter Th it rainy Mr Brown Leo Yates was in Cincin nati last week Mr Joel D Tribble is at home from a Southern tour Mr Z T Rice spent several days last week in Winchester Mr Brent Greeii spent Sunday at his homo in Frankfort Supt Icwis Hood of the L and N was in town last woek Mies Florida Gibso has returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs J W Caporton entertalnedat dinner Saturday evening Mrs John Turley is visiting her patents in Winchester Miss Bessie Miller entertained at dinner Thursday evening MraThosEBaldwhwas in Lex lugton shopping Thursday Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberloy were in Versailles last week Squire D P Armer spent several day in Cincinnati last weeks Mrs II H Brock is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia Messrs Robert E Little and Wallace Yatcs spent Sunday in Lancaster Col D W Tribble went to Junction abIisaleI is Miss Florence Chenault is vteiting1 Misses Marie anti Louise Parrish of Paris Miss Judith Tuderpfflrvinp spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Claade Smith Mr Elmer Deatherago spent Satin day and Sunday with his wife in Ixington Mrs James B McCreary k the gueetI of hr Nfl Mn Robrt S MeCre ryt efI Chkngo Miss Bettie Breck is at home from a pleasant visit to Miss Georgia Letton of Carlisle Miss Hattie Letch er is visiting her sister Mrs Rutherford Douglass of Nicholas ville Mrs Bettio Smoot of Louisville is visiting Dr and Mrs C E Smoot at the Glyndon Mr Clint F Jones of Flemlngsburg was the guest last Friday of his sister Irs Sam Scott Mr Charles S Powell has returned from a prospecting tour in South and Central America Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles is the guest of her sister Mrs John R Pates on Broadway- Mr Hart Robinson of Central University spent several days last week with his parents in Winchester Misses Anno Wagers and Myrtle Williams of Irvine were the guests last week of Mrs Claude Smith Mr J D Moseley junior member of the firm of Stouffer Moseley is back rom a business trip to Cincinnati Miss Kate Davis who has been visit ing her sister Mrs J W Sharp near- exington returned home Monday lion C L Searcy is back from Cin cinnati where he purchased a flue assortment of spring and summer goods Dr Phelps Collins and wile of Colo rado have arrived to visit tho formers parents Mr and Mrs William Collins Mr Robert Davidson a prominent young attorney of Lancaster was the guest of Mr Joseph Boggs several days last week Missss Elizabeth and Margaret Wil of Richmond wens guests of here yesterday Lexington Herald Saturday Mips Carrie Barbour who spent the Easter holidays with her parents Rev nd Mrs L G Barbour returned to Louisville Monday Messrs James S Crntcher E Tutt Burnnm Geo D Simmons Lee Smiths and Walter Todd wero initiated by the lks last Friday evening Mr and Mrs John N Turner of Campbellsville have returned homp a pleasant visit to the letters parents Mr and Mrs W R Lctcher Rev McFerran Crow pastor of the Presbyterian churoh at Versailles vis his mother this week and inch dentally attended the C U Alumni meetingProf A Leonard of Cynthiana formerly a member of tho faculty of Central University was here Wednesday to attend the called meeting of the Alumni Mr Jt P Fox Jr has gone to Ft Worth Texas where ho has secured a good position with a large sale stable Mrs Fox and daughter will shortly follow him Dr W D Pigjr who after his return from Europe stopped off here and spent two weeks with relatives left Monday morning for his homo at- South McCalister I T BrTXanJman the Ocaiistof Cincin nati has removed his resilenco and of flee to 1114 Madison avenue Coving ton Ky He will be at the Glyndon Hotel Richmond Ky today Mr and Mrs John Donelson and HarryInight from New Smyrna Fla where they have been sojourning for the past monthMrs W G White came home to spend Easter and will be with her family and friends for several days yet We shall always be glad to welcome Mrs White to Richmond Miss Leila Harris of Richmond will begin a term of school at Millers school house next MondayProf J B Harris and daughter Miss Leila of Richmond spent Saturday with the family of M F Wharton Valley View Argent Miss May Taylorof Richmond is the cnest of Mrs N B BaldwinMr and Mrs Jshn NTurner of Campbelleville arrived Wednesday afternoon to be the uests of her sister Mrs R E Douglas Emil Ilhardt will attend the Southern Photographers Convention t Nashville next Tuesday Nicholas ille Journal Mrs G G Prewitt entertained the Christian Womens Board of Missions last Wednesday afternoon at her ele gant home on Third street Refresh ments were served in the largo dining room which was artistically decorated in purple and gold the colors of the society A unique feature of the as semblage was the allegorical costumes of those present suggestive of the books of the Bible the guessing of which afforded no end of amusement Mrs Bettie Todd of Speedwell was the guest of her son T L Todd this weekMrs C D Miller and niece Miss Elizabeth Miller of Richmond were visitors here MondayMet dames Elihu Biggerstaff and James Parks of Red House were guests of Dr and Mrs Williams Wednesday Mrs George White and two children from Richmond spent Easter with her mother Mrs Betsy Richards Mrs G A Roy of Nicholasville who has been visiting Mrs C E Gibbens re turned to her home MondaylJrs Rufus McCord of Brookstowu was in town Thursday Misses Lena and May Christopher are visiting in Mad isonFord Index RELIGIOUS llev E 0 Guerrant has tendered his resignation as pastor of the Presbyter ian Church at Wilmore to engage in evangelical work He is one ot tho bestknown ministers In central Ken tucky and has been pastor of the Wil more church for over fifteen years A recent IcUei to n friend from Rev Asford B Reeves who is located in Rome Ga states that lie is well pleased with his congregation and his new work He is rapidly becomIng used to his surroundings and the people among whom his present mission lies Rev Hugh McLellaa delivered two beautiful discourses Sunday the morn tug lecture onThe Things That En rich Life being followed in the eve nliig by a strong sermon on Success IB theJatter hesct forth in clear concise language the elements that unito in snaking successful lives Much valu ble advice WRSgathered from this lecture by tbe young mon and women among his hearers The size of his au diences bears abundant witness to the popularity and excellence of lib talks BIRTHS DEJABNKTT Boa yM4iisy to the arKlDoy IAHick is hardly cesie4t t Sg co rttiip to port ffe C j fc d DEATHS SOIIIVENEB Lee Scrivener died Thursday at his home near Kirksvillo leaving a wife and four children to mourn his loss CRKEKMOKE Rev N C Creekmore aged 54 for many years a well known Baptist minister of Kingston locality died Wednesday afternoon at the residence of his brother C L Creek more near this city The direct cause of his death was brights disease The remains were interred with Masonic honors Friday at Pilot Knob where he was for many years pastor A wife and five children survive him MILLER Died at his home near Val ley View last Thursday Mr D Miller aged about 80 years Deceased was one Of the oldest and best known cit zens of that section ami enjoyed the distinction of having erected the first saw mill ever in Madison county Millers Mill one mite abcvo Valley View owned and erect d years ago by him is one of tho familiar landmarks of the county llg was an excellent citizen and besides children and grand children left a considerable estate Executive Committee Takes Action The Executive Committee appointed by the citizens meeting of last Wed nesday and authorized and empowered to take nil the necessary steps and in stitute the proper action to prevent the consummation of the purpose of the Board of Curators of Central University to consolidate the University and Centre College thus destroying South ern Presbyterian education in Ken tucky and inflicting a serious wrong on the people of Madison county who subscribed more than ono hundred thousand dollars to C U upon the ex press condition antI solemn pledge that it be located at Richmond met here last nightevery member of the Committee being present Tho entire subject was carefully can vassed in all its religious moral educational and legal aspects and after adjournment the Committee gave out the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted Be it Resolved that we greatly deplore the agitation necessitated by the movement proposing to unite Central University with Centre College as such agitatiqn cannot fail to work injury to two well established useful and honored insti tutions which have contributed largely to the educational advancement and elevation of our State 2 That while we regret the issue thus represented we accept it and we propose to meet it as men and Ken tuckians and to appeal to every church and civil court for the vindication of tlieinoral rights and the protection of the property interests of those that we represent 3 That we acknowledge with profound gratitude the offers of sympathy and support received from the members of the Southern Presbyterian Suod the alumni of Central University mid the friends of higher education throughout the State L That vaputoiiresord our disap proval of the secr cy with which tin entire resolutions relative to this important matter were conducted awl we condemn the extreme haste with which the Synod of Kentucky was as sembled to ratify a surrender of the most vital educational interest in the church without opportunity for reflec tion or consideration and before the people interested could have time to grasp or comprehend the calamitous consequences 5 That in view of statements pub lished Ju the CourierJournal and other papers wo desire to say that the people of this community with a unanimity as rare as it is perfect are in absolute accord with the movement to prevent the proposed consolidation They do not want their money returned They do insist that the express condition tip comIpliedthat tho public meeting held here on Wednesday last was divided in sentiment is absolutely erroneous and posi Lively misleading The meeting gave Dr Blanton s most patient and con siderated hearing as his labors for Cen tral University in the past merited but he was not able to shake its determination or alter its fixed purpose to fight to the bitter end His statement was largely personal and in tho course of it ho said that the matter obtained pub licity through the unwarranted act of a newspaper reporter in secretly appro priating private papers on the deskof a lawyers office The governing boards of tint two Universities were promptly summoned to ratify tho published pro gram and it seems io tho people of Madison county a singular coincidence that noon of Good Friday should be selected as the time for said meeting C We cannot believe that the synod of the Southern Presbyterian church in Kentucky will set the seal of Hap proval upon the secrecy with which these negotiations wero conducted or lend its aid to the complete surrender of its educational institution and influence and tho repudiation of its legal and moral obligations to the people of Madison county We appeal to it for a patient hearing The interests in volved nretoo large for the present and the future to prevent the taking of so active a step hastily unadvisedly and without thorough investigation and serious deliberation We believe that the members of the Southern church condemn this proposed consolidation and as they have contributed their money and sent their sons to the insti tution they are entitled to be heardand their wishes should bo respected We condemn tho whole move It has been secretly brought about We have not had a hearing Our people were told by Dr Blanlon that the change hind been decided upon and that we were helpless We cannot believe this Wo feel that wo wilt be heard and that justice will bo done Wo do not concede that any authorized body of men has acted in the premises nor do we feel that the Alumni Asso ciation of Central University will ever consent to such an unjust measure nor can wo be persuaded to believe that the synod of Kentucky will without a fair and impartial investigation and hearing of this matter give its support to this move which violates faith with its members and wrongs tho people of Madison county R Vf MILLER R n B1ENAu JA SULLIVAN C U BKEOK W n SMITH REHAOKKLFOBDJ On an Inspection Tour A party of Ltiofllciais includ ing Messrs AiECjtichards of Louis ville Banker J SI Amsdeu of Ver sailles and General PassengoriAgent 0 M Browsing passed through here Wednesday on an Inspection tour of the to They wpre joined here by Mr Navilie Motoriey and the entire mrty prowJ to Miller Creek to a which point the road has recently been extended A rumor was current here this week to tho effect that a new traintleaving Millers Creek in the morning for this city and returning jn the evening would soon be put on but the report is probably premature There is no question but what such a schedule would be very convenient for the people of Estilj and the eastern end of Madison and would be a big thingsf p Cresenting a flue business and becoll1in ono of the best roads in KentuckyfTho SickcThe community will regret to hear that on Sunday morning Mrs Alfred Douglas was stricken with paralysis and is in a precarious condition Her friends who are legion are earnestly hoping and praying for tho recovery of this most estimable lady Mr Thomas II Collins is out after a slight attack of pneumonia Mr J D Closely of Stouffer and Mosely has recovered from a few days Beige of gripcof Revenue Anderson has been quite sick for several days He is confined to Ins rooms at Mrs MJil Millers Wonderful Company of Aristocratic Ani mats Prof Gentry who is acknowledged the foremost animal trainer of the periodaud whose company of educated dogs ponies atid monkeys have de everyIc company of aristocratic and sagacious animals sorao one hun dred in number which it is said have never been equalled from a point of in telligence They will arrive in your own private cars and will exhibit un der a thoroughly waterproof tent loca WednesdayApril very attractive to ladies and children especially will np doubt receive the hearty support of our citizens Circuit Court Items Very little of importance haaoccured in the Circuit Court during the past jweekWm Jones of color was given two years and a half for perjury The case of the Commonwealth against George Ballard for murder was continued until the next term of court In the case of S A Anderson Admr against J M Gibbs Anderson was awarded 103250 The grand jury also returned an in dictment ng iustBrock Monday for the murder of Wm Callahan of Clay county The committee appdinted to examine tho jail reported that the buildincs were kept in excellent condi tion and the prisoners well fed and eared for I Stale College Wins rime fourteenth intercollegiate ora torical contest held at Lexington Fri day night was won by Mr Clark Tandy subjprize was a handsome 10 gold medal studded with a large diamond It was State Colleges second successive triumph Mr Leonidus Ragan of the same institution carrying off tho lion ore last year Mr Elliott Poe Smith of this city representing Central University was tho second speaker on the program and made a fine impression his subject being The Ideal About CO students and friends went over from here but contrary to expectations the attendance ut the contest was far below the average the withdrawal of Kentuck University from the association causing a noticable diminution of enthusiasm Mr Stouffer Announces In its proper place in this issue will be found the announcement of ZlJrJ B Stouffer for Mayor of Richmond sulject to the action of tho Democratic primary Mr Stouffer who is a sell made man has been a citizen of Rich mond for moro than twentyfive years anti as a business man has been in the forefront of progress He is now serv ing a third term as member of the City Council where he is n vital factor in every movement tending to the improvement of the city Four years ago Mr Stouffer made the race for Mayor and was beaten by only a small margin by his Republican opponent In energy ability and a thorough acquaintance with the inside workings of the municipality Mr Stonffer is thorough ly equipped for tho oflicp he seeks and if elected will make a Mayor of which his supporters will be proud Action Taken by Presbyterian Church On Con solidation Movement At the regular meeting of the Presby terian Church Sunday morning it was unanimously resolved that a great wrong had been done the town of Rich mond and tho Presbyterian Church by tho proposed consolidation of Centre College and Central University and that by agreeing to it the synod had violated Its contract Mr Wade Walker the local representative to the synod was ordered to vote no on all questions and in all caucuses pertain ing to the consloidation A committee was appointed consist ing of Messrs It W Miller C H Breck n R Burnamf J W Bales and W R Shackelford to go to Louisville and doeverything in their power to prevent the union of the colleges and to cooperate with the committee ap pointed at tho mass meeting at the court house These resolutions were passed with out a single dissenting voice Friends of C Mot In pursuance to a call issued by the Alumni Association of Central University the citizens of Richmond and Madison county met en masse at the court houee last Wednesday afternoon to take steps against the proposed con solidntion of Central University aud Centre College Since the announce ment of this proposition public feel lug had run highj and the representa five body of ladies and gentlemen which gathered on this occasion met seriously determined to oppose this move by every process known to Jaw Mr R called tho meeting to order after which Dr L II Blanton availed himself of the opportunity to make a statement of causes which adoptedbycolleges in Louisville Central Uni vcrsity Dr Blanton said was steadily going down each year its funds and revenues w re bluely sufficient to defray salaries and running expenses anti it was to prevent its ultimate disruptioli flint the union with Centre had boon decided on ThoPrMbyterijiH Synod 9l1dltlonsion that it CaLft not UPllorttwo eel legiate branches of denominatroH in Kentucky and has so determined on their nnioa in order to better com pete with the other wealthy anti tar get endowed ihtUution of tlJite1At the eoMiwipiiof Dr BaatOtl ye math Hon J A Sullivan Hou IT IB tLHot Jaiiee B McCreary alHl npf 0 fit Hmtk Aade pirited I a dgresesInwhtcithtiy expressed the o consolidation could pledgedtbeir thelastt a weredoptedasm RESOLUTIONS Whereas It appears from the ublic prints that an effort to con- olidate Central University and- entreCollege is nbnufc to bo con- unimateds Resolved by this meeting of the graduates and- riends of Contra University and countyFirst j that the people of this community were not taken into the confidence of the management of the university or requested participate in these negotiations and were never consulted or advised with as to their necessity practicability or propriety Second Wo regard Central Uni versity most important influence gooditizetishifpfeel that its removal would be a most serious blow to our material prosperity and general welfare We realize and appreciate the good it has done and can continue to do for us ThirdWe do not now and never will consent to any nego tiations or trade bywhich Central University shall be removed from or merged into or con so4idated with nny other iiHtitu tion whereby itmay lose its identi ty or its influence to the people of this county Fourth The articles of the pro posed consolidation bayous noth ing The people of this county mOtleyCorthe building nnd the endowment fund Under time proposed agree ment wo get only that part of the property which would yieldno value and this together with a promise to use reasonable exertion to raise 40000 to support an academy we regard as most un ustFifthThatnn Executive Com mittee of seven members includ jug the chairman be appointed and that said committee be granted and indorsed with plenary pow ers to take all steps deemed necessary or expedient to protect the legal and moral rights of nil persons interested in whatever mnn tier in our University j that said committee shall stute our case to the Synod of Kentucky and take maybemoval of Central University from Richmond Sixth Thut ii committee of members be appointed who shall consitnte aim Advisory Board to act with and give asslatmnpe- toytliit counsel and advice thij Executive Committee THE COMMITTEES The Executive Committee is composed of J A Sullivan W B Smith C H Breck R R13ur ham J T Cobb W R Shackel ford and ItT Miller Tho Advisory Committee in eludes C F Burnam J W Ca porton J D Harris W L Crutchw J T Shackelford S S Parkes R E Turloy George W Pickels John E Greenleaf J W Gibbs C D Chenault Elsie Mil lion John Mason E B Hums D B Shackelford T T Covington DeatheragoAB Hanger Mrs William M Ir vine Mrs Snub A Miller Mrs It A Mornn J W Buleq J Smith J C Chenault C 1 Searcy J Stone Walker and J B Chenault and all graduates and former students of tho University 5100 Reward S100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one d readed disease that sclenee has been able to cure in all its stages and this is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical frntcrnit Catarrh being a constitutional diseaserequjres a consti Cureisthe blood and mucous surfaces ol the foundatlonpatient strength by building up the constitution and assistingnature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for tes timonials Address 0SoldHalls Family Pills are the bestI THE IMPORTED flACKREY STALLION Militia 2186 iEHSB atthefid To tan liui In Foil dueatMiuriAls It hands nigh weight Ibs and has more size bone finish and action thin any stallion ever in Madison county and these unlfonnallyfour of them have been sold in the Eastern market for a grand total 1700 lie is un highclasshorses particularsMAT S COHEN aprl7tf Richmond Ky Highest Market Price Paid For All Kinds Of hgiue Eouiry M LiJl We desire to have a share of the patronage of every citi zen in Madison andiffair dealings will accomplish this desire we will only have to ask for your first visit as you will be sure to return Our goods are all FRESHand sold On the lowest possible mar gin Again soliciting a share of your patronage we remain yoars truly iitH rlm mXF wf fa airax aia lgrtMl Mn4 h SPRING BEAUTIES WE HAVE SOME OF THE ggPwA OF THE SEASON NO ONE EXCELS US IN SELECTION OF BEAUTY AND STYLE A FEW PRICES A most attractive line of percales10 and 12c Ginghams 84andlOc Lawns 5 10 and 18c Wash silks in solid colors extra width69eOre- tons 15 and 18c SilkalineiO12and15cApron ydAlloverColored Underskirts50and 99c Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inch Plaited Flounce OOC to 225 Lead Pencils 1 and 3c each Slate Pencils lOc doz Cor Main I First St OWEN MCKEE tR xJ 8THE BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT FIRE SALE PRICES pairBoys250MensAllWool Blue 750FastMENS AND BOYS OVERCOATSAt 3 A rnOQ lOUR MERCHANT TAILORING++ + DEPARTMENT I Which has made Lexington famous is under the charge of DICK SHRYOCK who wouldbe pleased to show your through 190 Mens Pants worth S250atDOe pair 300 Mens Pants worth 400 at 199 Sweet Orr Co and Never Rip Corduroy Pants worth 400 at250- JUST RECEIVED 500 Beautiful Suits from Alfred Benjamin Co at lowest prices for such values jBeautiful line of Top Coats from Alfred Benjamin COi LOUIS J GUS STRAUSLEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS KENTUCKY l TQU H ICiORVr Rustic Furniture Beautiful and- fashionable for Country Clab Summer Houses Lawn or Torch youngLAan1aIwayfurniturePrice Socextrathemsendnopatternlof Ilocbers Settee Tables andall varieties cf Rustic Furniture forhomes and clubs gG00ThiMART1NSV1LU3 IND aprlO8m THE GEMPATSNTSELP LOCKING AND ADJUSTABLE IROMN BOARD Look on edge of tablt or cleat on the ttalt LTI4ecfti IftOHtNQ MADB A PLEA5UR8 LABOR REDUCED OHEHALF sadTorsIaaM otter p ttiMed litchen womteuwtr oeitektWekssaSawt want mm to work cm Mitria and conmlwloa or ou atnight nl wexr pat waS WrIls as for 104 f lutlitul lIfElyt SMY1 EAU CVAIftX Wt1 N oi room over s Thomas Cooper who was adjudged MK ALEX DENKY wtK ispc+ selit Mit W P WOODCOCK th UIewr vs SUIT VEST pak o Seem hlt Bro Store J Jty fSOft MAKE Tai maST ftOo i1Op A It 7 Richmond Kentucky I Newburg T LEXINGTON LEXINGT INVE TMENT Pays EveryDollar j Branch office front Joplin furniture sto- reLPTODDMGR takenICihine Daavh1Taioriigteases SuWshowtl SWELL FrHmn SLi I IPlymothI hart for sal for se4tip bd rrj iyiiot kocks jCD- Lsutyih1 ii tIme largut kM in the Olti JIiII iiiiy IW ul Ule Sill re IRVINE ST OWUBOHWUI m cH arK ee- mcTRTtes rcilbWOifltiscin 4i TI f 0 Z iJ hf1 rr zrr o J IIJ I F I I I I f L h ti M f ti 0 F v- l I t31 fI p 0 1 tI I JJ Si v 0 in r APRIL 17 1901 Dr A Willces Smith Dentist is now located over Perry Thomas Drug Store GfebtL Square piano for sale Apply to MreW S Oldliam 27febtt Dr L J Frazee is having n new three room cottage erected on Walnut 11gs I for use Best at any price Jerry Noland of College nfl has had his pension increased to t8 per The Hume at ilver Creek closed down Friday for the Measles are in the of No death howeverAare reported Y The Century Club was Friday night by Uon R W Miller his Avenue home t The CLIMAX will take your order for anykind of Consult us before goins elsewhere tf lar gest stock J Oc up at Every business house ipr town will be by a young lady or handsome yoiyig in costume at Court Ilduse Aril 19 befoYer has a field here Tho one on April 19 at Court House will be fifty living picturesO pretty girls and handsome the young ladies and yourg men of onr city will appear in the Mer Closing I am uttering my entire stock of boots I and shoes and store fixtures for sale apr7tf BARNEY KELLY your in at price by J Burned Mary the little of Mr and K J McKee suffered a p sinful ccdent Friday falling against a hot r her hands y Il 4c 1 Appointed 1d Messenger- William aV S formerly connect L1ad with B L drug stoic his boeii express messenger onthvL tf between hero and Liv inglto t lng hiM first run Monday j of Five Cent Cattle j W eold at Mt bond of llle average pounds at 2j a heador abbuiP ce8 a P 011 Mr Bales re port b demand otonlt anti prices stiff JO J5 20 and up in price made to in any color or size 1 Geo M tl cled State Commander M FEIkin of Stanford who organ ized the Maccabeo lodge here five years 1 ago waa elected State of Ithe at the Fourth Biennial held in Louisville last week WM Again Lee Davis wIse recently lo- all Ins effects by fires has intsd the pretty new cottage On Fifth stret 10 lifts L G Barbonr andwihl go to house keeping again Fatal Me quite fatal in the About a week ago 4 eCr aged 45 to I ind a few days later his ten died of the name die tl other cases are Th kaowH Ea ivefi sio and coet hi th week or eig ui 1ja l +ed ini bfVMll Of peace- rhas r eve lay a we ilyt do fi ONLY CLOT IkoRECASII I1OUE- In ofMadisonNOT JUST AS GOOD BUT EBEST CLOTHES HATS MENS FURNISHINGS FOR THE PRICES ASKED Lightest Brightest Store Lexington7 lllIIBRO pTUIJR8 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY streetcyesterday 7entsI paint mixed ready monthcdistillery seasonSprevalent vicinity Moberley entertained Lancaster bookbinding White Wash Brushes IowesT prices Willgings represented beautiful gentleman 0oTer Merchants rnlVfiLbeen breathing girlstProbably fiftyof prettiest handsomest ApriltoOutt Have pictures framed artistic style moderate WilgingpAccidentally daughter Z5Mrs 8iId6 jurning PIlCCt IilWelt0111 pprinletl yjJales Sterliug- T Monday weuhtf00 indow Shades cifjer Largest stock lowest prices WiUging Commander Maccabees Convention e4eGUS household belonging thu- Iwee sk4- wIre proving jjykllty succumbed fighter reported AVIn r14eStiBteck otherwise 1rti worki otaa 1tnigcfw1k Wiagk THE ONE PRICE ANYWHER- Ef41The For Sale A good 300 pound sow and eight pigs 0 C EVANS apr7tf Richmond fyiFarrIs Renominated Hon George T Farris of Lancaster was reiiotninated for State Senator by Saturday LosthA pair of goldrimed glasses in case with the initial J W S on the flap of ase Liberal reward for the return of ssme to this office Will Leave Panola Ledford is erecting a new IWilliam Valley View When com will move Jiis stock of goods from Pauola to that point Good at Rushing the Can An effort is being made to secure i- ianning at g fooding the can Lancaster Record Millions In II R N Bensley of Paint Lick has invented a motor designed for drawing vagons threshers etc which promises distllntIJudge Coyle Renominatedi Our former countyman Hon T J CountyJudJebycounty in the primary held there Sat urday A Slow Game By the decisive score of 20 to 13 Center defeated Slate College in a game of base ball at Lexington Saturday It was a slow game on the part of both t eamsSNw Tima Card A new time card went into effect Sunday on the K C division of the L N Their is no change however in he urrivnl and departure of trains at his pointsPink Cottage Burned Pink Cottage near Stanford famous for many years as the home of Rev George O Barnes and where many of hi miraculous lalth cures are alleged o have been performed burred this week Bank Fur Paint Lick Paint Licks proposed bank is now a certainty The foundation for the building was laid this week and thinS will be rapidly pushed to letion E L Woods will be President and the capital stock will be 15000 Lost Two English setters male and female Both are white and black spotted A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to the undesigned WALLER CHENAOLT HARVEY CHKNAUIT aprl74t Richmond Ky Examination For Teachers Examinations for places in Cahlwell High School will be conducted Friday and Saturday April 26 and 27 All desiring to take this examination will please file application with T T Cov ingtou Secretary ZTRIcn romJOHN ALLMAN New Millinery Stors Mrs Lee Maupin and Mrs Lee Smltha have opened a millinery department in connection with Mr Smithas Dry Goods Store on Main street and Ihvites the ladies of Rich mond and Madison county to call and inspect their line of goodsSApril 10lt Mr Smllhas Luck Mr Lee Smithas stable made a fine record the first week ol the Newport races Out of five starts Mr Smithas horses landed inside the money four times His pride Foneda won a first Come Quick came second and tliiid in a qwiplo of races and Mnzetta ran second in his race Insurance Suit Boen Ilres of this city who sued the Hanover Fire Insurance Co for 1100 for damage to their stock of goods which was partially destroyed by fire some time ago were given e judgment In the circuit couit this week against the insurance company forl S They may appeal the case CMfressman Gilbert Belter Hs maay friends and admirers in this section will be glal to learn that Congressman G G Gilbert who has been confined at St Joseph Hospital iaLeehgvihhe lor several weeks with ap jtMtiieliiBi has sufficiently recovered to iftto hishoine at Shelbyville No op Iietloeclan belieVOShO will entirety recover Clark Csinty Prknary rThe 6mocraticprimary In Clark county Saturday resulted In the selec tion of the foUowiBff strong ticket optfXMitio ECUMd Brace County Clerk 35aticCettit Sheriff James AMoeB s 41rSehaISit Reprepetrrd Easter Flowers We have the best flowers that can be produced f OurkE sterBoxes If are beauties We possess and practice the necessa ry KNOW now In ar ranging Each order attention BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywhere S e Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprKtf Walh Papers all the new stripes florals solid colors in grains Empire designs Ve nitian tiles c All the new colors on white grounds New Pinks Blues Reds Greens Browns c all at prices that defycompetition 3c on up in price Stock largest in central Kentucky Geo M Willging Sent up For Illegal flcgistralion Will Jones colored who was tried this week in the circuit court on the charge of registering illegally was given two and onehalf years in the penitentiary This should be a warn ng to those who for money or other perpetratefr4nds Electric Light Improvement A new engine and another dynamo IIAhthouseing the facilities of the plant Neither money nor skill have been spared by the Messrs lIumes to batter the ser vice and Richmond can now boast of being one of tho best lighted towns in the State I Improving Mr Arch Dozier stable boss at Dozier Shearers livery stable who underwent an operation last week for abcess and who later was reported dead is gradually improving and lila- riends are hopeful of bis ultimate recovery Mr Dozier is a valued mem ber of the A 0 U W and a most es timable young man Carried His Point A few nights ago a young dude of this city upon leaving his best phi with whom lie had spent a most delightful evening asked her for a good night kiss Shocked at sects presumption the young lady endeavored to cool the affections of her super ardent ad mirer by reminding him that kissing was a dangerous practice and accord ing to medical people very injurious to the health Then make me an invalid for life retorted the young wooer which so conflaberated the young lady that she presented her ruby lips before she knew what she was doing Another New Movement Mr F AJJuilcck of the L A appeared before a cill meeting of the Council Monday night and asked what inducements the city would otTer to the location of the new workshops oon to be built by the L A railroad This corporation intends to eret modern antI thoroughly equipped shope at an early date and there is no reason why Richmond should not be thin suc cessful bidder for these works which wouldmean much to our town inn business way No immediate action was taken by the Council and the matter was pospoued until last night ponding the arrival arid appearance of Mr C M Browning of Versailles the G P A of the road who will speak on the subject of the work shops Confederate Veteran Meeting At a meeting of the local cxConfcd rates here last Saturday the following resolutions were adopted let That the local camps attend the funerals of all membeJs of the associa t ion on horseback 2ad That all exConfederates and fione thereof buy uniforms 3rd That a special coanh be retained over the Illinois Central to transport the Madison men to time Memphis Reunion Time next meeting of the veterans will take place April 22 and nil Con federates both from this and adjoinirg counties are urged to attend Mr N B Deatherage is Commander of the rom Collins jDamp and Mr David Cheuault of the Walter Chenanlt Camp Reported Favorably The committee composed of Messrs J B Stouffer and Calvin Maupin ap pointed by the City Council to confer with Hume Bros anent their proposi tion to locate their barrel factory in this city wore in conference yesterday with J J Embry relative to the purchase of a portion of the old race track which Was recommended to be donated cnterprlseIy factory be exempted from taxation for at least five years Time Hume Bros proposition is a good one for Rich moud as it will locatp in our millet an industry which will employ about 100 hands regularly and distribute in wages somethinglike 50000 annually It is to be hoped that the CoumUwilt show a liberal spirit and secure for Richmond this important enterprise Canning Factory Man Here Mr J W VanAredall of the Polk Canning Factory of Indiana was in town latt week in the interest of tie proposedcanning factory which It is rumored is to bo established here Mr VanAredall appeared before the City Council and stated his plans lIe saM should the factory lie located tiers between three and five hundred hands would be given employment and build jugs and machinery erected at a cost of between 20000and 30000 A number of neighboring towns are after this fac 1 ybut the superior advantages of railway facilities and the location lUchmond can offer it is thought will laud the plum This will be a move In time right direction Our Council and people should offer all the encouragement to this enterprise that its pro moters wish Mr VanAr8dall made avery favorable impreeeion upon those wlio met him and in tarn we understand wiw quite pleased with our tows and Its ml vantages Y esresumeourcitraeesrillsdo all in t f1Ow to ancosra flptt1SI I WOMENIy from cheapest to finest Well be glad to show them to you fOR MEN We have a matchless assortment of brandnew SJJITS 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 small cost 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 FOR BOYS We 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 Bunks tFrJht DIM em lItr l Q= V fSen zVJ a c i= tYf = tot tI1 Bob Little a Journalist Mr Ben Stone who for the past two years has been connected with the P nlagraph as local editor severed his connection with that paper last week and left for Decatur III where his mother resides Mr R B Little succeeds him and those who read Fridays Pan tagraph the first issue gotten out by Mr Little will acknowledge that Bob has a nose for news and will have no trouble in holding up his end of the log We congratulate the Pauta graph on securing the services of Mr Little who is a Princeton University man and a most capable and popular gentleman AOUW Growing Seventeen new members were initiated into the Richmond A O U W Lodge Thursday night making that or ginizatfon now ono of the largest in Central Kcntucky The team work was done by Past Master Workman Bradley who with ten other members of time Winchester lodge came over to assist in the ceremonies After speeches the visitors were entertained with upper at Dan Riddells which was a thoroughly enjoyable affair Next Friday night fifteen or twenty more initiates will be received State Organizer W 33 Gilkerson nf Winches ter who has been hero a couple of weeks is meeting with great success and ho expects to Increase the membership to 100 before hn leaves lie who stoops to meanness finds it hard to get time crick out of his back Citizens of Richmond Editor Climax A crIsis is at hand in time welfare of our city and it behooves every man to look to time interest of our corporation and be interested in electing capable men to office to administer the affairs of our citizens Why is it that Richmond one of the best cities of its size In Kentucky has such a largo public debt nod such nn enormous rate of taxation Is it not on account of our public affairs being run heretofore in an unbusinesslike wanDer by men who woro trusted with the welfare and interest oftlie tax payersA has been made for a noble patriot and a man of sense Clarence K Woods to stand as a candidate for the Mayoralty Mr Woods line proven himself to be one of time most sincere patriots in Richmond since the founda tion of the city and believuif elected would have time interest and welfare of the people at heart would be a Mayor bel1roldHedecided personality and it 1seeldom- that such aIM offers for oced I think the people of this city regardless U1 party should give liUa a anluioufl vote for el ctiosiIIJ Wx IJi Knights Templars Elect Officers KnightsTemplarstime following officers Eminent Commander D R Tevis CaptainGnernlden J T Jackson Junior Warden A II Zaring Warden J T Hamilton Treasurer K R Burnam j Secretary J A Higgins SentinelE D Ballard Richmond Comaiandery No 10 is in flourising condition and will make a highly creditable showing at the Triennial Conclave next August Not In the Trust Mr William Hitcher of the Ret House locality is a firm believer in time money producing power of the hen and the bee Ho tells us that he has about 400 hens and 80 odd bee hives and declares he could make a good living from these sources alone He says hen fruit and honey arc about the only two commodities on the market that the trust monster has riot fastened its fangs upon and that is why hn is holding on to them It is needless to say that Mr llarber is agln trusts and never misses an opportuuity to deal them a blow between the eyes The Famous Gentry ShowAll Bran New This Year sponyhowadded this season of 1001 will exlibit under canvas in this city on East Maui street Wednesday April 24 This show is decidedly the best of its kind in the world and never fails to civo the best of satisfaction The entertain went is strictly moral mind enjoys the distinction of being the onlyshow trav cling under canvas that interferes in no way any belief creed or religion and is endorsed by time clergy and school superintendents wherever it exhibits D R levis For Mayor Time CIJITAX this morning announces the entrance of another candidate into the Mayoralty race in the person of Mr D It Tevis Mr Tevis who is proprietor of the Richmond Ice Co is a son of the lamented Judge James revue for a number of years Police Judge of this city and Is onoof Rich monds most progressive young busi- neSS men Last fall hitiwas a candi date for the Democratic nomination for CountyClerk but owing to pressure of business lIiraarl withdrew before the primary Mr Tevis is an ardent Pern ocrat a popular citizen and if nominated and elected will make a splendid Mayor Mrs Price Wins Her Suit Through the Atchison Globe we learn that Mrs John M Price wise formerly resided at Irvine and4mo has many relatives aud friends in this and Eslill counties has won the suit wtthholding from her a large part of her hnsbapds estate By a decision laet week of the Kansas Supreme Court reversing tho decision of tIme district court it was ordered that absolute judgment be entered in favor of Mrs Price which puts her in possession of time handsome Prire homestead near Atchison Kansas and 8000 cash in surance ott the life of her husband This property was claimed by tho Firat Nation Bank of Atchjtoon in settle racist of a mortgage The court how over hold that Mr Price was not in hf5 right mind at tho time time mort gage WM executed and reversed tbs tit debts in favor f Imli widow J ++ + H + ++++ 4 I Busy t+ + f Bee + 4 + Strictly t Cash t+ + TIME TO LOOSEN THE PIIRSE STRINBS And Get Ready For Spring Buying THEd I BUSY Off CASH STO f Has not arrived at its present stage ofusefulness by chance Theres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir customershaveOur business friends of today include many who have known us from childhood up to the present aud they number into the thousands They know us and they have confidence in our methods of doing buisness If dont believe all this visit our store during thecoming week We are going to officially open up the e HamburgsEmbroideries Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department friendshipintomer who leaves a dime or a dollar in our store as a business friend The Talk of the Town Our Wash Goods Hambnrgs and Embroid eries have always been the Talk of the Town This season we have made unusual efforts to StyteCoIor1nghave had every consideration and you your self will say it is a beautiful sight when you see our tables and counters piled full of these lovely fabrics The fashionable ladies had better bestir themselves while the choice ex dipintoneeds Clothing and Shoe- Departthentt StnKs making special offerings this Clothing and Our buyers have bought Sit heavy for Spring that thought advisable to make slaughtering prices in these a few slays to make room for other goods that to come Prices cut half in on many entire lines of Shoes Clothing Bring in your wagons and fill them you the goods willing to make thesacriflco to the money thorn faithfully weservo once established easy Thanking for patronage we YOU NOT TELL US In the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defect I will make a new set FREE We are the best set of teeth in the world 750 and if defect shows in five years we give you a set free This ap plies to all the teeth I have made or any we are going to make The best Alloy fills in the world at 75ctsDR HOBSON Dentist- PermaDPntlv located tie Hobson Buildingnext door to Govern RicknondKyI- teferencc Richmond National Batik Cecilian Club Time Cecilian Club met with Mrs Harvey Chenault after noon A large number of members were present and as guests Mrs Eugenia flume Mrs T D Chenanlt Mrs McCowan Mrs Vickers and Mrs Thompson were welcomed rite composer for this occasion was the Norwegian master Grieg Facts about his a short sketch oC life analysis of the Peer Gynt Luite and the Luite a music form these piano mill vocal numbers occupied the program Those who took ptrt on this occasion were Mrs Burnam Mrs TJ Smith Kate Smith Mrs Nealo Bennett Miss Fraztse and Mrs Pickets The Club took action on n very in teresting and important subject that of starting a musical library and decided that each member at the begin jug of next year should contribute one volume thus forming u nucleus of what the Club hopes Good never fails to luau who never fails to seek it 5For Sale I ofler sale privately residence and two acres of land on West Main street There flro eight bath room and han and sit necesry out buildings iuclmUue three clsterm For further ptrtIettlMeUw dress Dr G W Eww itl t signed MB SrKKn 1i 2jaeIyr ln it of Fresh Apple Are tho counter heaps of Dress and Dainties The loom artists hare caught many a hint from nature and the mer artists have made the things almost as chap for you as if they grew We might as well to Paint the Rose as describe them Come and see them rather have judgment than ours they were BOUGHT FOR YOU I We are some week in our Shoe Department we it departments for are in two anti up need we are get past IF new iu Notes last Wednesday lila with Kojt Miss for my rooms Woven Per Sale One good Surry for sale Apply to Du C J BALES Saprlt Richmond Ky For Host A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable For particulars call on or address Gno D SIMMONS IGjari tf Richmond Ky EGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market price for eggs hides and feathers Calf antI see him next door to corner of Mam and First streets 20febtf Plymolh Rock Eggs For Sale I have for sale for setting purposes pure bred Barred Flymoth Rocks Eggs cents per setting of 15 D MIHLKU lOmartf Ky For Rent The J W Herndon farm consisting of 227 acres situated one mile and a half west of on the Barnes Mill pike is advertised for rent AI comfortablo dwelling barns cisterns and all the usual outbuildings make this a desirable farm Apply to 2f8t Doc HKKXDON A good wife will never let her hus bund know she manages him Take care of the stomach and the health will take care of Itself If people only realized the of that statement the majority might live to a good old age like Moses time nn dimmed the natural force unabated It Is in the stomach that the blood is made It is from the ftomach lhat nourishment is dispensed to nerve and mncle If tho stomach is weak it cant do its whole work for each part of the body If it Is diseased the di sease will taint the nourishment which is distributed and so spread disease throughout time body It was the real ization of the importance of the stoma ach as the very center of health andt- im common source of disease which led Dr Pierce to prepare his Golden Medical Diccovcry Diseases which originate in the stomach must he cured through thestomacu Time soundness of this theory ip proved every dy by cures of heart liver lungs iiOOdiJtime use of the Dis covery and singly a nmlicino for the blood and orgasms of and nutrition It is a temperance medicine containing alcohol whisky or other intoxicant If your husoaud is generou appre ciate him- Tctter j SatIUieum and Eczema The interiseitcWnenndsmartlBK the Skin Oikcsm tMl1ny very bad aces have been cured by it It ia equally fee itching pncr and i sore chapped hands ckiMates frost bites- andchrOnioSOtOeyeo 25 cts per box Dr Cwll4Mss P wJer are jet what i ltonanredw e in bad oo dttk tonic blood jninfier and Tenaifia lheyareJlt food but a Es Every Comer of the Orient I Has been ransacked to make our store different from any other Never has been so beautiful so full new things EnthusiasmI as Blossoms chandise attempt Our New Carpets Rugs and Mattings Are all in We are showing a big assortment of handsome hiijhgrade Carpets in this de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers are represented In this stock When you buy Carpets from us It Is the same as buying from the mills you have but our profit toj pay and the patterns you get the very newest Just from the looms Look through our Carpet Department and get our estimates OUR HOISERY STOCK Is chuck full of new novelties for the coming season We pride our thing that is in favor thlsieason in this department WARES AND NOTIONS in the lead when it comes to small wares andcontinually showing new things in Dells Combs Jewelry and all novelties to be had in the Notion dont see what you want ask for It miptodntoThereisgoodtimingsvithisWeas as you Confidence the rest is you are very rlspecUnlly1Cfii WeB OLD AM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE TELL OTHERS Three Years Richmond KentuckyAnd making the life an as together your secondhanded C Ilichmond Richmond soundness eye diseasedorgnn digestion no inataitlyallayedby permanently for tWMe are marketprices ISMALL Wanted I Ladies and gentlemen to introduce the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1809 Agents are coining money Cures all forms of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost time same as an ordinary comb Send K cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur III 27feblyr SiteSo you find my divorce incom prehensible Why lIeI can not possibly understand how any milan could put from yousMeggendorfer Blaetter Cures Eczema and Itchinx Humors Tbrnu h Time Ulood Cost No Hi in to Try it B Bll Botanic Blood Balm taken internally will kill all humors in the blood that cause the awful itchinsr of nczama scabs scales Ulcers watery bliitpra boils pimples aching bones and joints prickly pains in the skinold eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Illood Balm will make the blood pure and rich heal every sore and perma nantly stop all the itching sensations Botanic Illood Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B nt all drug storesl Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medicine ad nothingtopaid 2 When it rains cats and dogs the optimist is thankful that it isnt raining monkeys and parrots Gel In the Swim Chas Jacobs the Main street tailor coummpleteijmmopf make time most fastidious a nobby and uptodate suit Firstclass workmen employed and fits guaranteed All clothes made by him will be kept in freeofciiargeCallstonk belore purchasing your spring and summer clothing 27feSt Oh Mr Weatherman how could you A WONDERFUL INVENTION They cure dandruff liaif falling headache etc costs tim simme as an onlinary romb Dr Whites Electric Comb worldPeopleduced are wild with delight You daYftndthoful comb is filmnlv unbreakable and is tobreakten guarantee to give perfect satisfaction In urn respect stamps for slzsm85cLivewhere to introduce thus article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success Atlrli8IIHnolF 27feblyr Choir singers are usually chants ac quaintances DO YOU WANT- To sell your RBALESTATK TIMBER DOYOUkind of property Write me with all tuhelpVal i G j +ie+ + tS+ IStoe l 1 + + + +t FtTo 1 AL ++ + 44 Stops tho ttocordlaxative Bromo Qiinine Tablets cure a cold in one lay No cure no pay Price 25 cents Remember that there is no perman ence or virtue in falsehood TO CUBE A COLD IN 01TE DAY Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets Itfnilsis on each box 25 cents greathoal BM7L TT- his ilgnature Is on box of tbe gronlie Laxative BromoQuininc Tablets the remedr that cures a cold in one day fAST MAIN STIW- EDNB DAY APRIL 24th The worlds largest j and best trained ani mal exhibition Gentry Bros Famous Shows 300 wonderfully educated dogs ponies and monkeys A Herd ff PerforminiBaby Elephantsf This ye twice lafger than before StreetParadcat i I 111 r r rr t St ilabJiu f r V J t1 1 1- fSil iii iJ g b i i f F Jt I it d l iI I t t II t I I I x f r=1T14L c jJ AI aw leqila I p U c VrnDOS5 iiATADENARgs +o Tffiis PATENTABILITYr fREEBook How to obtain Patents rt sccuredLrE SIGGERS Patent LayerWazngtcn DC II L Patronize Iis land IIrotrtylntheInstitutionGtvts niJErUQHTMNQ AKD TORNADO jtNo assessment calls on members when tassel feechargidthelOpltoonehaltPAt31SAgent Kyni= Territory Arkansas REACHED BY CentralIon the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon 3at ra DaI1 Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville- For schedules and rates write to RHFOWLERI Tt Bo r O MANKIND 1rrtItT BUCKEYE i 0n to 1jt Y CW113 4ji 4jOWfI1 0 OJrt 11 rr1 aE Vec C u- z Jlce6e De We d4 R th PILE ILEU E CURE TA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand Jfr EXTERNAL WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED I TUBES MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES CENTS tt JAM F BALURD Sale Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO her For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggistslanl01y c 11 Indian BEST Night O Kv PILES BY TAG othcrii Muta1 Ivoct Cop Q t LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITSf V paysYJfy 7ljp Company is less limn 7 years oM nnd has a greater I lIIium income to the business in force than any Lifet insurance Company I ii The Amount Paid In Living Benefits 38OOOO Infleverseandsarplus20Q000L life Company offers special advantages a j K SMITH BOiA 7vmNfe SECRETARY LEXINGTON KYJ- eLS MILLION LocatAgentRlchmondXyPLOWS I uy zas iegisinu 1Ubi TYrLura II V OKLAHOMA A2lERS I 1 he season has arrived when the farmers are in search of PLOWS and other Farming Implements and that thus ii need of such may know that we are still catering to the wants of this clasp we call attention to our line of VuJan Plows1New Western Disc Harro r Cultivators Barlow Corn Hardwaret Planters Stoves Tinware Tin Roofing and Guttering a specialty W D Buckley Tinner Call and examine our tock before buying elsewhere TAYLOR BROS C E SMITH Pros F E BAIRD Sec and Tress L M WARE General Manager 1Ia llmi Gouuiy SurG y o Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market j The BEST because it will make you th- eMoneyfittest It there is no ratio 3 for J on our It requires to com an Investment in The son than in any other Company Texas e 50 thin p AT is BEST because high business Books LESS money plete Jeffer lTheJetferion i KEW and under IU Weekly Contract can sell you virtually Ground Floor Business every 18th week A trial win prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson 4 7HOME OFFICB No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED ISM OEO V MORItlS Pres Vf W lUTE Vice Pres Bi MUTUAL LIFE 1NNL O OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky Dad Mtrriirethcr Secy Jos Pettni Treas Jas It Etesdman Medical Director U nryAllodge SupiAgvnciei Kentucky rAdmitted Assets Dec 31 1900 f3OIS7H 23 btlRPLUS Dec31 191503 IS r Increase in Surplus 15097432 IUoaj for IVM 774527 SI litpnditures for eoi91 msttEicesi In tome over expenditures 01 s Insurance la Fores December 31 m J1M455 J H KENNEDY Special Agent 6maiy RICHMOND KY 4 j 4 1L LAND STOCK AND CROP John E Madden hassold to Henry T Ozuard of New York foi 1000 the twoyear GKingM J Farris sold 200 hogs to G A Swineboard of Gar rard at 5ic to be delivered the latter part of Aprilo Danville Advocate General J Castlemanwas elected President of the American Saddle Horse Breeders Association held in Louisville last Friday Something of the vast magnitude of the canning fruit busineess in California may be seen when it is known that 50000000 cans are annually shipped out of the State J H Alcorn has sold his farm of 65 acres and John Bright his farm of 36acres to Dr W B OBannon of Stan ford at about 30s These lands lie near Hanging Fork bridge on the Stanford pike Hustonville cor Danville AdvocateM of New York has sold this seasons furs and ginseng for 13000 Among the pelts were 2 cross fox 10 beaver 12 lynx 18 fitch 14 otter 45 marten 350 red fox 500 opossum 800 rac coon 5000 muskrat 1500 skunks and 1800 mink Tobacco raising in north western Wisconsin has been demonstrated to be a simple matter experiments in La Cross county having met with complete success Ten acres planted last year yielded 3 500 pounds of leaf and num erous farmers contemplate going into the business A Nelson county farmer who lost a number of lambs last year concluded he would hold an autopsy on one of the dead ones He found the stomach gorged with dry timothy hay so dry he said it would ignite He took the remainder of the lambs away from the hay stacks and never lost another after that W T Tucker sold to T B Bright of Boyle a 3year old Hereford bull for 5100 C C Gover sold to Robinson Bros 10 twoyear old cattle at 525 They averaged 714 pounds A Ashbrook of Cynthiana purchased of Blan ton Holt a Nutbreaker mare with Jaybird colt for 750 Frank Van Ieter has sold to J T Kemper of Chicago the Derby candidate His Eminence for 10t00 R L Hubble bought near Galla tin Tenu an 18month oldjack by Starlight for 400 At W S Garners sale in the East End Saturday cows brought 533 horses 525 and mules 525 Household and kitchen furniture sold low No feed cattle or hogs were offered Stanford Interior Journal An art dealer in Germany has been arrested for exposing in his show windowanude statue which was previously greatly admired by both the Emperor and the Empress The question now is who will be prosecuted for lese majesty Love may not be blind but judging from the numerous divorce cases he must at least suffer from a mild form of astigamatism The girls at a certain Chic ago Seminary are said to be enjoying a very swell social experience They have the mumps THE NEW BABY Opens up a new world to the loving mother If it is a strong healthy baby happinessIfworld is full of anxiety It has been proven in thousands of cases that the Prescriptionstrength and weakness in children Healthy happy mothers have healthy Prescriptionher child It makes the babys advent practically painless and promotes the f the nourishment necessary to the healthful feeding of the nursing child Prescriptloutise it to be writes Mm Victor lladin of gsotakingand was greatly beCett by its we The doctor who m e said I did atoM a welt as anyone tic hd se u as 1 was sick y ly about three houn da1fto1hat I Oete Pre Kriptlon was ooc putcot B1edMiM wMch he IebJboypound whellboIe DurmgttAt guiotd threeoad OMhrif uMw4a Mfetgiven his oae daw tM rfM Dr nC == 1 i Advieerjn JWIPI coIt Ireceipt of 2r oM tezp of =owr Kb V u OF INTEREST TO FAR MERS The new hem breaking machine which belongs to the vestoii Tex FibreCo as tested last Thursday at the Experimental Station of the State College at Lexington The following extracts f the result of the experi ment are taken from the Lexington Herald It was admittedOby the farmers that the work of the machine was satisfac toJT and compared favorably with handbroken hemp j that there was very little waste and that better staple hemp could be assured by this means than by adhering to the old system of dew rotting and hand breaking Furthermore the crops could be harvested and worked at a time when it would be impossible to make any ate tempt with the old system and thereby prove more eco nomical and of greater advantage to the farmer Towards the end of the day a short time test was set and the machine run almost to its full capacity and resulted in an average output of three hundred pounds per hour or three thousand pounds per day of ten hours The above showingproved very satisfactory as the pres ent machine is of much less capacity than the new ma chines that are being built to take off next years crop Every machine requires one man to feed the stalks and one man to receive the fibre a third man may be employed- in tying the hemp into hanks and bailing the horsepower required is smallvarying from two to five horsepower according to the toughness of the hempDuring the day several hundred persons visited the hempfield and examined the machine and its work Hemp in the future will be handled as follows In due season the stalks must be cut and laid to dry for a few days then raked and stacked for a short period sufficient to al low the fibre to thoroughly sweat after which the ma chines are brought aixj placed in convenient positions near the stacks and the fibre de corticated or broken without rotting I have been troubled with Indigestion for ten years have tred many things and spent much money to no DyspepsiaCreton more relief from them than nil other medicines taken I feel more like a boy tha tl have felt in twenty years Anderson KIRKS of Sunny Lane Texas Thousands have testified as did Mr Riggs Perry Thomas Teddy won the Governor ship and a VicePresidency for his heroism and Freddy pulled out a BrigadierGener alcy But Sammy hasnt got his Vice Admiralcy yet I had piles had I could no rest nor find a cure until I tried De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve After using it once I forgot I ever hall anything like Piles E C Coico Somerd Point N Y Look out for imitations Ue sure you ask for IeWitts Perry Thomas General Harrisons lastcon scious words are said to have been an expression of pityjfor the wrongs of the Boers a fact which if true should en dear him to lovers of liberty everywhere You cannot enjoy perfect healthrosy yourllverisDeWitts Little Early Risers cleanse riflePerryThe regular army officers who made so much fun of Funston when his plan was first published can now take it out in pining Not a single regular had anything to do with the expedition Spring coughs are specially dangerous and unless cured at results often follow Ono Minute Cough Cure nets like magic It is not a common mixture hut is a high grade remedy Ieny Thuinas No doubt the Porto Rican official who stole 377 from the postoffice there will be speedily punished unless he has a strong pull and can threaten to drag down the pillars of the Republican temple No doubt the latest official scandal in the Philippines will prove highly edifying to the benighted heathen whbm we are teaching to walk in the straight and narrow path of official rectitude Consolation Indiscreetly pressed up on in when we are suffering under nf fiction only serves to increase our pain and render oar grief more poignant Cheerfulness is the best promoter of health Addison Get your business rival into polilic- aadkep out yourself The Jrtetidf of the oppoeHlojJ CftRdi beelerT k1 famous bist4CoffrE is is Arrange You- rSummer TripT- O ANnAMERICANFXPOSITION BUFFALOM- AY f NIAGARA Excursions Big Four Route- TO BUFFALO On to on tripGoodnfl way or of of be on of payinotfon etc J P B AgtCINCINNATI WALLs PAPERSI FOR 1901 boughtlI Factories now andcmost are each marked competition up to new Reds You cordially in vited to call and oar low price at which Arbuckles roasted coffee can be sold is I by its enormous sale It should not be classed the inferior imitations sold at a cent a less Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these and makes many more cupfuls to the other firm in world can coffee to so good advantage the producers of Arbuckles Coffee coffee is cleaned roasted or blended great care and When you you get better quality and value you can get in any other coffee at priceIYou also get each package a definite in some useful Full information each the signatures There a marked difference between music and somo piano playing society must be the kind that puffed up r1Tgf VISIT TUE p I TO NOV 1901 FALLS One of the Seven of the World within and ride from Biifialo Thousand Islands Mnskoka The Adirondacks end New Iceland points are but a short and delightful ride by lake rail Weekly VIA Tuesdays May 7 14 21 and 28 rate of one faro plus trip good for return leaving Buffalo up on following Saturday Tickets sale commencing April SO at the rate of one through tickets either one round trip east Buffalo privilege stop over for ten day will ltlantt during the Exposition deposite ticket o Call or write Agents Big Four for full information circulars of the Exposition WARREN J LYNCH W aenIpaasTtAgi AG PTAgt I ing and have in stock the largest varied stock Iin Central Ken tucky They and everyone at a price that simply defies From So on thefioellt hand goods All designs nnd Yellows Blues Pinks Greens Etc are most Inspect selection The famous made possible with pound than imitations pound No the buy as No other with such skill buy Arbuckles greater than with part article with package Save j Swell AT Wonders hours Lnkep round midnight daily Tuesday On reading DEPPE colors rJOM 1iwan PIfiIWSh OH VreGIas 2f1J WMm1uSL j lvaWQID tT4 BAKERS Bedside and Reading Table ADJUSTABLE ATCXTZD This unique table is indeed household necessity It is neatly and substantially made and beside3 being a very valuable piece of furniture it Is an ornament to any HANDSOME BOOK containing prices and fully illustrating and describing this perfect device for comfort mailed free to any address Write for it today J R BAKER 6 SONS CO 100 Wayne Street KENOALLVILLE INDIANA Unllll6m KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or digestantandcan approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures HeartburnFlatulenceSickHeadache Oastralgla Cramps and all other results of imperfect digestion PrlccSOc and ft Largo size contains S times aboutdyspcpsiamalledfreoPrepared For sale by Perry Thomas HINDI PORESTORES VITALITY MadeaWell of Ma resultaVaocete FcilinZ oem7 Stops ad 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Evans Corn Planters are standard implements and we GUARANTEE every one of them Come in and see the Evans Disc Corn Planter the tallest and BEST thewwssr E B1flAZLFOD i OMPNT MAIN STREET RICHMOND Ky It+ TO QUIT + i BUSINESS Having decided to quit business we will sell our entire STOCK Sr BOOTS SHOES ETC+ +++ + expecttonever have another opportunity like this We have be bedisposedquoted some of our prices Ladies Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at5 2 60 I h 3 00 2 15 f 2 50 1 85 t 2 00I cc ti 1 60 00Mens3 50J ti A 2 60 t t U at60I1ens vl coo U U 3 QQ proportionThe Shoes and allothers at same cut rates Call early and selectwhat you want we will do the rest +4++ 4+++ Main Street OppCourt +4+ 444 ++ r Main Freeman Bros LET US FIfiURF WITH lOTI ON YOUR WANT IN THE DISC HARROW This is Our 44 StinWOf On Wheels +M + + ++ LQ W QLOGY 72r feScience of Disc Mechar VOU1d Iow yebuthf Jetlt zperime11CIM4a1sooa Walkingesi lslIow INubnIA tL I mehily t