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I g H iJ 1 7 J I 4f fICtt RICIIOND CLIIAX 1 f f f 11 J VOLUME 28 It1 C W Ir RICHMOND K MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1901 I Ii JpROFg5SIUN JRtLJiw r9Rl Y3 R E ROBERTS i ATTOBSBYATLAW RICHMOND JENTUcfu n1lmCovor Climax Office with Jas B Me CrT Street =R4JLLER alfBrTLAW zNTvcTh- Ofice RlcnMO UleDdram Building next door to armera Natlonallalt eb3Iy Su T JA TTOR T A1I RICHMOND KENTUCKY QLUO over State Rank Trust Qo Ope posito Court House on Main Stret J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYHICHMONU Office on Second street pver Chen gnlts grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw KKSTOCKT Riciwosn I BgrOflice over Taylor Bros Store JTLOT JACKSON ATTORN EYATL AW RICHMOND KENTUCKY i olllce in Prather Building Main Htreet PHTSIOIA1TS DRS GIBSON Gi3SOij PHYSICIAKS AND SURQEOKS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the 1oe Ccilint buildings iS and to Sec ood Rtre ore None old drncttorc 27 HAS C HOOKER PETEJZTNARY SURGEON k Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry anS Sterility a Specialty MOIBce at my stable on corner Ffrat and Water Streets Richmon Ky apr7ly IT C JASPER M D Medicineand Surgery Ofhce Prather Building Main Street Telephone at reiidence the Carr place en I Broadway EicnMosn KENTUCKY EVANS Jt D Jw PHYBICIAN AND BURQKOK RICHMOND KENTUCKY DEN7AL STT3GSBY DT a t t Ot DENTXT OF LOUI8TILLB KY 7OfBce next door to Government Bulldlne RichmSnd Ky Office houn to 121 to 4 novl7ly Dr Louis IL Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No 1111 Madison Avenue Covington Ky will be at Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each tionth Reference every physician of RIch ond Kymayl1 Mme IIAnULTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septl9tf Oar Goods AND+ Our prices Compel ypur trade vitli us ff f J vhen you give us a trial 1t 1thBI J i lmifjnm p yll B hiladies cannot be ticcon ed catxihy plfruses nor tyby cLaims All have to say is we buy 7in the best markets of world selecfc ela youJiiuy eIwint It so trade with Wf AND Gi son I f 4+t+CLLL LT + ++ i MI3S MERSIIIL IU3OOM PAlLOR WBXM IN TOWN 08t and most refreshin- go1druLlaeaI1befOufl the oStjr are di8ened u Me iiadaooommo 4sk8Wi1er Ko Tsp Second 8t ir r rr JEWELRY 3r a4r44SThe largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store I xingtun Ky For repairing SplitSecondand4 1+ Swiss Watch staIs1f 1 Diamond Setting andfine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS rINSjETC and Desicn iriK lv ngraver Have yoSeen The Hisorlc Patent Spoon of Bryan Stition representing Indian timesivy Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND HEALINGS JjhjX3r vii Bogaert 57 E MAINS LEXIK QTOK KY ISfebly JAPANESE II1UREJt Ncrand Cotpteto t ii iigof BDPlttflTOaiEa Cwwolcs of OtoLnent vie twO PflgofwhIcitzereanlUC In 4cati unnectrrarr Why wnduro WrjvCuarnitoObeneOUceJe4 IOInd q box r n t TJAPuSESE 1JIoand BWD LIW11flL SmaLl XnIlt and pteanint to tatsk rpcsUllTinJ jpted lot cSHUrcns OIA M LrIapueFor uV by Sfccklon t Iltcan Drnggixts IDllin 11IDW ID Livery M ana Sile Dl XWINE ST NEt JIBrilODIST OBUBCIT Will be glad to have zll my old customers call and see mei Rates reasonably RICHMOND mch27ly KENlfDKY ATTZQ PLBA E + + 4+ + ++H + ++ + 4 To Our Pretty 4 t 4- wAI1 4 T1kL PAPERl+ 4 + + + 4 + + + + + + + +4 + 4 clTB deRlre t call your attention thebglnnlnsthe Ccntry that we are en deavoring to kp ujf with progress of time this yc by enlarging our stock ofm 4H VU PAPERS DEORATITE GOODS So this season e will be able to show and fnrnishjou any and all of designsAsstock direct frdm ie manufacturers and CAnfumlshou Wall Papers ranging In prices am the cheapest to the finest and lust elbaorate de signs and feel mfident we can sal sfy your wantin this line We will tso furnish M Moulding to match nor shade c wall Paper you maystlect and v cheerfully for nlsh estimates onfot in this line Free of Charge J Werespectfallytviteyoti to call at our Drug Storen Main Street and see our wall pi cr and get our before hugh as we eon save you moneyandWevIiI tate pIcas ure in upo and your wants Our prlcesire the lowet Thanking you In itvance we are Yourreectful- lyPERRY 1HOMAS Wall Papr Cow L LREDS Painter id Decorator UJantf fONE 7S 4 jTHEM RfflLBflV INKsTUcKY t Cndia id Schsl la Efftct May II09 XASTDODNn I No L No1 NC T Louisville 74fuun4UOpm 14Ar Shelbyrllla 1910am 53pm BW Ar Iarencebg9fOam 6fpm B4- 5laibunAr Versailles 647pm IOOp- Ar LexingtOn Iia45am Tlinra 1030P WESTBOUKDu No 6 Not J O4I LT Lexington73um 435pm alsai Ar Versailles 765am 6cepm 6S5W Ar LLrencebI 820am 3ipm BBSU Ar SJtelt1TI1IeIIIAr Louisville laiOam XWprn 7JO i XUTBOUMD =ulIIi KolJlNolLI 8TATIOJCS jNo laiNo LvLouiavil7iiiiiii am Ar 74Opm 1040- 526pmi102am Lv LarncbrgAr 4ICOpnJt 7 OpnaJiai5amlAr DurclnLiTl UiJpm 71052 XASTBOUSD mtSTBOBSIV No BTATioaa Ni6i5ro Lt Ix utsvll Ar l04O1PnLTShelbTUAr 1C115pd l47psn 10Mn YVet1Uea Ar f5Oun Op TlOpa 1110am ArvXldwaT Lv TfOt IL5esm ArcGem1t1D Lv 7tlOamI3lOpa iSTBOUSQ WZSTBOUKIV iNo 05 III1ATIOl tNo GtN04 746am 400pm LT Loulsvll Ar ia40 in 74Up HXZUim IUIOpm Lv VertUes Ar7Stan B02pB ILO m 735pm Ar Nlchlvill AJ 58am 406pn JlSSpm BSOpm ArKlchmndCv 606am Slwpa 1paiAZ Irvine Lv LSSpB STATIONS No L No3- Lv Lontavil1e WAr I eilBiton ia4Swn lOJOpB Ar KnoxvilleP 745a JlOpATAr JaeksonTiUe 5- LT Caattanoosra f 605pm iAr Atlanta ia25pm USOM- ArMacon 1255am it5P l Ar Jacksonville 830am lOCOpg LT Chattanooga 610pm 84S AT MmlmckMl 05pa IL45a ArMedtll 3J i Ar New Orleans 838IIm e Iugluleeplnc ear LoulSTlUe to BIt cHSTI Lcxtoton dCatlsooa- I Ma g in rtMFytte dtalrov ionUrffl t L5ZI5CIL 8 ira MMoir eI1toaL- ullU f xIIiNpIirc rBtnBtwham to Lois y1aLiiIL4 S katUI Loodu1e etwus Y a 4 Qoriw xo4ii iIoJI7 Btv ICIOLThO IriCaLIysie Stad DII7r ther Ia4J JisGU IfJd vpaxJxChPrT- Wazhtgt0n P C WlIIbll1 trm W TjnpOp- 0 IN GEORGIA 4 Mr Cosby Writes of His LnJ pressions Around Dawson Visits Mr and Mrs Johir FOxu t tTU5vsoN GA MayQ 1001 EdIor CIngp W1rZi11j1lerc1ast nigt and n- rMtaiidspenili g lIrs John FoxJIomier Madison county citi rqns Ea route here vo visited Albany and Camille and found thorn to be entcriiiiig uptodate cities At these places we inet a number of old acquaintances and enjoyed several novel fijgiiis Among tile latter I may mention te Blue Springs which Lave been sounded and fount to be eighty feet deep It furnishes enough water tosupply fifteen or twenty mills An other is the great steam compress which is a wonderful sight to those wlo never saw anything of the kind We also visite1 a mammoth brick factory which turns out from 75000to 100000 brick per day The first cotton we over saw growing we saw on this trip and it is worth makiijg a trip down hero to tee Corn grows as tall as ours andeouio ot the finest gardens my eyes ever beheldare in this section of Georgia Vo found our friends John Fox and wife pleasantly situated keeping house in a cozy outlrern home Joluij as you Know is a hustler lie liasfa tine garden aud today at dinner hiS table was loaded with potatoes onions peas amid many other vegetables Af tgr chimer we drove out into the coun ri qh 1 i e fQPco corn cotton and oats wore never better around Dawson so Iam told Some fields of corn are as promising as I ever saw in Kentucky IThls is also a hue fruit cpuntry Peached will bo ripe in a ten days and such luscious specimens they make the mouth water to vjew them on the bending brandies Well may Georgia be designated the Flower State I have seen roses and various kinds of flowers buBJjdyer have I behold such rare brilliant and luxuriant represen tatives of the botanical family as they have in tlieir yards and parks down here I must say that I was very much surprised in the men of Georgia They are splendid specimens of physical manhood and if the Georgia soldiers In the Civil Var were anything in strength and statue Jike their descendants no wonder Sherman had such a hard tirao in subduing the State They are robust Bud portly which 1 attribute to tie out door climate In this con neclion I must not forgot to mention the women for my mother was a woo man and my Saviors mothcr was also a rpaian and I am naturally an ad uilrr of the women But what I staited to say is that I have found the Georgia women agreeable handsome re Cued and possessed of all those at tributes that make the gentler sex admirable Ve leave this afternoon for Mont gomery Ala on our return trip to Kentucky Respectj LJ ED COSBY Memoral Tribute by Sunday School In his all wise providence God has removed by death our beloved sister Mrs Nannie Bonny of the Bybeelown clurch and Sunday school who deputed thig life May 0 1901 We bow submissively to the devino will and place upon our records our sense of the treat loss sustained in her removalaud further we Iiereby convey to the strick en of the dear departed one jur kind sympathy in this hourof lone- inessandrLef For several years she ias been faithful worker in the church and Sunday school We shall greatly spiritrivas coiipplcous and eminently beauti lai at the time of her death She was for the church and Sunday iehoqljaud also teacher ot clas No 4 She always met herclass with a bright smile anti words of cheer She was a gpod neighbor a devoted wife and a devout Christian Time Sunday schools A whole and especially ctassfoj f i1IhrTiiptfiy it ufL1aYAChoobnPred darling iiie has left us teftnayesfJpfererinorej But we bopmeefour loved ones On that bright and happy shore Lonely the house and sad the hours SInce our dear one has gone But oh brighter home than ours tIn heaven is now her own JK ConNEUsojc I CQnlM1I Pretty QIiIkIrehwe hayc three children Betpre Ue Wrtsef the last one my wife usei fjurtct Us of MOTHERS FRIEND Ifyotibad tJ tares or our cll1rcn you couFiSCej at a gancMhat the last one ishealthiest prettiest and flnestlookln ff oflhea all My wIfe thinks Mothers =rkM1sc tie greatest aid jgrxntcsi fond the vferld too cxpectr aat inothers Written byaent- ackyzAtwacyt LAV WDTHER S jmii pretente ii1et4tk6 sf tit laclfcit tcIld 1hccolfJMUlerdi5pos thro toitUK ordeal ISr t tar peaetratfn liniment lIcve the tress A gooatreJ Olkr tpedCJ11rete hue a goodMtrtt c1lkt- 11rtpatteJat is kept In a str hJtealUt CMttttM wUch the chM t 14 jitters friend taicK a Vif Ouwnfktt Cr1itiJckirui est pkiY witfit ta her rapid recorcr a ward 4ff tot iamcdni that iO vy t Irnb3r sf THE D1ELD RMII co =AANY4taA for JfaJ tree Utrt k wx3ti pIeMl1qcl tber I i As to Central University A Remarksi1- EditoCli1flarl The people ot Madison county have no ohj4ction to time ctuiBolidntlen of Central University and Centre College propertyintactpie was expressly fur the location of C U at Richmond it was to be a model modern unitfruity norjeec terlan just as provided by the charter How can my brethren of the Presbyterian Church jnstly claim the propei ty IS belonging to the Presbyterians of time State or of the South lean see it in no other light than beating the people of Aladisnn county out of their jujt and lawful rights By eqch action Madison county is deprived of her property her Presbyterian people are ilieiiatPd Jroni their church and In nothiuKare We benefited Ou the other hand leave our proper ty alone and take everything elseSeminary Preparatory Schools and the endowment1 tundHany can be found ami let us part in peace Does not this seem to be time fair way to settle the whole matter ihave now a suggestion us to the dls poeal tcbe 1ndilof the property Ist it be coiiveitiiJ limba Manual Training School in thinh boys will learn to earn their living by brawn as well us brain- a nil hazards jby the sweat of then face from honm toil Listen to Chas Scliwad 1eeideiit of the U S Steel Corporation JNpwybj tho successful man I dont mean merely the money making man but the truly great man 1 speak now only of the great men in manufacturing and iniIumial lines not the men with a cole ft educathh The truly great men In these fields are those who have a taste for mechanics and who make an early start Take a boy with a good maiiual training like you get here and have him make a start at sixteen or seveniten aid another boy at college at twenty and the former haa such a stArt that the other will never catch up 1ns aLa gatlierinir of forty of the great financial men of the country the other day aid when the subject was brought up We found that thirtyeight of Lbs fort were poor boys who had nevericourage y r vif s It Otn FASHIONED HONESTY ANTITOXIN puit SWING DISEASES fromStatesnearly two hundred million dollars Dr V II De after several years of scientific experi menta and stnM succeeded in isolating the true germ of strlne tlneaies and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the De Vanx Chemical Co of Chicago Over 430 000 hogs hue teen successfully treated and- aavedbythIareedy HoltS treated with the Antitoxin thrill better and command a higher treatedThetheIr well swine will abllolutely AntItoxtnJ1 disease and in sick hwine will 5 percent In case of failure money paid tori rwn and syringe win be refunded Aay t4rnier can easily sdmThlatcrgt AaUtoxta 0 rllCCordlnl to the number of hogs to be treats L One ounce rid sufBcient for sir hon 100 Antitoxin Hyfi4re S3M DeVaux Chemical Company 131 Vjtn Daren Street Chicago 2laprly Before the fluke of Manchester married Miss Zoinierman his ci editors would have been only too glad to settle at about twenty per cent but now that they have heard BO much of Pa Ziiumerman wealth they unanimous ly refuse fifty per centy Thus do the rich catch it Under the fifth rib I have been Buffering from Dyspep sla for the past twenty years and have been unable after trying all prepara lions add physicians to get any relief After cue bottle of KOlol JJys pepsia Cure Iiound relief and am how in uetter health than I have been for twenty years I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cere too highly thus writes Mrs CiV Roberts North Creek Ark PEBUY ThOMAS If Lord Salisbury thinks that recent events show tInt Englands power has increased wiljhe kindly tells us what sortof decay jle thought she was in belore the war began Tho least in quantity and most in Early1cislHlIand liAer coiutlaints p Perry Thoma We are real I sorry Liptoii old boy You have bei Ulr5tDl1ialrtfw- efJ d De you a race for your Wtney J Low Rales lo the Pan American Exposition Via Queen Crescent Route Don the3uuthmand fulllnCurlllutiolllpmaytCL General News Former CoiiRressman Charles A lIon lelle of Bangui Aie died lastvweek at the McLeiui AAylum Wavcrly Miss with brain trbcble General Fitz JolinPorlcr died at hie home In urr1stiwmi1 NJ from chronic mIIab4tes lie was SO jeara old J11pcnsarymilshowed the I louse tofavor a nsidera tion of the bill nyfotytiineto thirteen rime lltlittioiiH Committee of the Cu ban Constitutional fconventjon is di videdover tIMJ Plait amendment Three of tire fie members favor its hsi approved the ac1BtcretiuyHoot bf offltvrs of VeH nuiencleil ilie dleuiis carellJ lull the suspen sion of six I It is reported tttthV Universal To bacco Company vtlch receBtly in creased its capital Lock S0QbOCCO will be an active ci uipetUorof the Con tinental and AllIs can companies Serous floods nr reijprted iu South illiaseg stoyed nd about ev iyfive others ware ditBiftfted in ESza tit toa Term Owing to the seriJps wraeter4 ol Mrs llicKiuteyV ihlss4Frtsdet bm- adidetl toabndon1 tri to tbs Korthw iiHl will reiera to WiwW8t9 l Hrectw K B M his I Usl1estn jour 1P tail hUQo aeni 7veoiiIed eiidJthe Jtetlcad Bttnk of fqMww t th bani hi Grwak Band Mosas hml dig appeared t1detsctt lk are working o tte theory tt as leq by 1 Al clerk Does the Baby Thrive If not something must be wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nour ish it she needs SCOTTS EMULSION It supplies the elements of fat required for the baby if baby is no- tnou1d by its artificial food then it requires ScalPs Emulsion Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a magicaleffect upon babies fiftycentbottle of our statements Should be taken In summer as well as winter drugglslSSCOTT York BIG HILL Time fifth of Juno is tho commEnce- ment at Bores Harve Ambrose Is very ill with a cancer on his face A Sunday Fchool was organized at Red Lick last Sunday There have been a few big days at the Malory Spring this year Mrs Huston Roberts has been very ill but is improving a little now Todd and ishRIO cutting about fifteen or twenty thousands feet of lumber per dayIThe farmers are all about done plant ing corn Clora Winker of PrelTng was the guest of Laura Carrier lust Monday timid Tuesday BRASSFIELD Mr Win Lovvcn baa purchascila new buggy nnd the girls Ret lots of nice rides nor- Farmers are delighted over the continuation of the nice weather and arc moving their work along nicely Col John II Miller of Lincoln coun ty Is visiting his many friends and relatives in this neighborhood Miss Mary Coyle who line been teaching at Harris school house closed her school last Friday with an enter tainment at liight The scholars all performed nicely and the music was also very good We have heard it said that a heavy locust bloom denotes a good crop year If the saying is a sure one the garners will be fuller this fall than they have been for some time for the locust trees are certainly heavily laden now NEWBY Rev T Q Martin of Winchester preached at Antioch Sunday Mr Tom Million is thought to bo im proving tram a paralytic stroke Quite a number of tanners have had to replant their corn on account o- fdaniadone by cut worms MUs Maude Crandall from tho Smith Dusiuess College Lexington has been visiting her sisterat this place Mr and Mrs J MacCotton of Cov ington are visiting relatives here Mr Cotton is in very poor health Miss Hello Million who has been visiting in Texas returned home last week accompanied by her cousin Mr John Stapp is building quito an addition to his residence which will make It the prettiest house on the ridgeJolly Ridge ia boasting of one of the most lloui lulling Sunday schools in tho county also of a Normal Bible Class on Wednesday evenings rack of rain in the South is causing great igfufy to the cotton crop THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TREAT3IBXT BY WHICH UllUNKAUUS AUK LKKNQ CUUKD DAILY IN SlITE 01 TI1EJI- SKLVES No Noxious Doiw No Weakruin of time Nerves A Plrasant ana Iositivo cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a iliswBe and not weakness A body tilled with oisonand nerves eonipltlely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat ing liquorarrquires an antidote le of neutraliziug allilerudiratfll this poison and destroying t craving for intoxicants Suffenttra may now dire themselves at home Without pubJIcity or loss of time from business bv this wondurfiil HOME GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many yersofclose study anti treatinnnt of inebriates lhe faithful uw awonllnu to dIrections of thi wonderfultiiseov cry positively guaranteed to Cure tIt mofit obstinate ta e no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of Iliousains of Drunkards into sober induttriouf and upright men WIVK6 LURE YOUR HUS BANDS rHILDKEN CURE YOUR FATflliltS Thin remedy Ic I1SIItclficfotdevised aud that It IF thoroughly 801ubleud pleasant to the taste so that it can be given m a of tea orcofTie wIthout theknnwtdge of the person taking Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy twid as many more have been cured and marie teimi perate men by haviof the CUIEadn- inisteretl by loving friends and rein lives without kaowtadge in coflue theyaMcontll1will DO HOT WAIL Do iwtbeile ludeil hyal4relt 5121 mielewliog inl prove hent Drive gut time disease at once amid for all time Tile HOME oylowwithin rencli of rttOrtotiir tre tmont more effectual than uUMrn ooUirio f5 to HO Full diroetioMacoootpMir peitii 8p4etal drlce br Bkillwl phyithatmi when r q kMed w M itex t harp Sent prepaid toinr part of U1 world on 1 pt of One Dollar Ad rPM J6PtC tfcJf EDWIN H 2JiIfill fTpsp ndcncj Bftr eonflilf n t t IttJ01qi HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST Culled From State Exchanges And Dished up For Cli max Readers Mrs Ella Baker hae been reappoint ed postmaster at Mt Yemen W T Short of Mt Vernon has been appointed deputy collector Gov Becklmam turned down 15 ap plications for pardons Saturday Flach Brown a farmer was killed by lightning at Madisonville while talking pver a telephone A Kentucky river fisherman made a grewsome catch on a trot line at Frankfort Friday nighttime body of an in taut Thfr Kentucky Union Oil Company composed chiefly of Eastern capaitidists bought 3000 acres of oil lands in Wayne tUmult Mrs J C W Beckham wife of the Governor will visit Gellisemane abbey She will be the second woman to enter that place At time request of tim officers of the Eastern Kentucky judicial district Covington will be designated as head quarters Instead of Frankfort Fire at Newcastle destroyed the llaskius Hotel the Henry County Local office Kellys grocery and Odd Fel lows Hall Loss about 12000 Mrs Nannie 13 Million filed suit for 5000 at Lexington against her father inlaw Ira Million She claims that the affections of her husband Leo Mil lion were alcnatedlybis parents Pearl Thacker a 15yearold girl from Tennessee was tried before Judge Stanberry at London on a charge of immortal conduct and was ordered to be taken to the House of lEoform at Greendale Guy W O Bradley has consented to be one of the vice presidents of the Bert Harrison Monuuieiii Association which is to erect a monument suitable and worthy in every respect to the eminent citizen Mrs Gofleo of Anchorage sent to Judge Frank A Bullock at Lexington as a present to Fayctte county a bust of Henry Clay carved by the great sculptorHoratio Grtiiiough The figure represents time great Commoner at thirtyfive years of age and was mad in Florence Italy for Senator White of Florida and at his death sold being bought by Capt 1tN Gofleo of Lou isville Paris Kentuckian Low Rates via Queen and Crescent Route lo The Following Points Covincton Ky State Encampment G A 11 Juno 3 and 4 One fare the round trip Ask ticket agents for full particulars Montreal N C Christian Workers Assembly July 21 to August 4 On sale July 22nd good returning Aug 8 Milwaukee Vis Grand Lodge BP O K July 23 to 25 Long limit and low rates MeetingState25 One fare time round trip good returning August 16 Montreal N C Montreal Bible eon ference August 1 to 25 Low rates good returning August 27 Ask ticket agents for full particulars The concert of Europe is tuning up again to squash the Sultan and Bit down on America If the Sultan isnt any more bothered about it than we are he must be on easy street Mr W J Baxter of North Brook N O says he suffered with piles for fifteen oars He tried many remedies with no results until he used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him PERKY THOMAS People in Kansas have lynched a negro physician by shooting him Thus the Sultans example is meeting with wide imitation in the most unlikely quarters Our little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and ter riblo attack of cretin I quickly secured a bottle of One Minute CoIgh Cure giving her three doses lhecroup was mastered and our little darling speedily recovered writes A L Spofford Chester Mich PEROT THOMAS The Smart Set For June The Smart Set for Juno opens with a 1000 prize novelette entitled Ihe Middle Course by Mrs Poaltney BIRO low Tho story concerns itself with a beautiful London society woman whoso insband is unsympathetic and even brutal although innocent with a much lionized sculptor through a Jealous womans malicious gossip By this story Mrs liigelow at once attains a very high place as a writer of smart fiction Hire JL B AV Sherwood contributes to the number a very timely article Time WnndeiiiiR American that will prove interesting to all European ravolcrs and vouldbo travelers AP uttnal her work abounds in personal reminiscences of which thi indefatig able student of social life here and abroad possesses a rich store A hu morOUs and Intensely readable story it The Van linyper Verdict by Fanny Gregory ganger narrating time matri menial misadventures of the patriarchal family of New Haarlem which dates its glory from the time when Ptstruj Stuyvesant wits Governor of New Ams terdam Gelett Burgess contributes an amusing story The Midnight Match tuaker1 and there is a scintillating tide by Edgar Saline entItledtkVnuity Square Harriet Prescott Kpofford writes R strong psychological study The Conquering YiiIstid a tinjquo and fantastic 106 prize story islmz My Wifes Eye by John Itexiianlt EI- lysou Theme are two stories by titled ntributors ji this number TIle American Vtiow hr Prince Vladi mir Vaniatsky MudUrMaIlY One by Carpnts von flatten both glover and teiUluiiif take The Man of One Vice by Ior Bieaow Dodcjg- a liutnojotfs OCialMIHtridTlr Rose of1ieftrl8 D H til by JUtI Oletlloti 4IJtM Wkl of SputhernTrMM The pqtit of tho nb to fls o tionally raatebbi BHltCtfibM write of4be 9lcaBMa Garrison fTIte IiIhtarTheodOoiiaI Sessions Tappftr of Reincarnation hsmv Harkrfr of The Garden of Rose ftnV Rue tnd Mire are eJionp veraoetl by Clir lon SfXJllard R IL Munkit trick Soy 1 It Glh A GREAT LINE OF SPRING BARGAINS IS t 500 Allwool Mens Casi mere Suits swell paterns style and fit at 399 500 Allwool Clay Worsted t Suits best values ever shown in Lexington for 41 499 They are made up in the very best style lined with farmerts satin sewed with silk thread and of the latest C IcutI t of 1 at to t T I u A OF pure coffee Our motto bear mind that not order give LION COFFEE you will find a fully and list No in fact no woman or will fail to find in the list some article which will to their comfort and and which they by simply a certain number of Heads from wrappers one pound scaled which is the only in which this excellent coffee is sold WOOLSON SPICH CO TOLEDO OHIO I Pain back of your eyes r Heavy pressure your head And are you sometimes faint and Is your tongue coated Bid taste in your mouth P And does r ritable Do you often have blues you troubled about yssf Hvct At lI3 WIOZ1 But ther is a cure Tis the old reliable o They jact dircctijr on the liver Thel cure and dyspepsia Take a dose eac night bu CIII L 1 ter taken Ajw rma niwly noitUu T I wt ttrd- of breath I lms bsssi abla mAD Ms ih El Dncf4r If twre aby roirpl jit tarernitnlT6 the hnucaawwyoe leert JiMnw J cy eli 3u 71 250 Blue Flannel Suits J colors at 499 j All the ask 900 Full line Serge Coats and Vests 1 Co of New York City iI 200 dozen and Bal 1 9c a garment The best in world all sizes up 50 EARLY Biggest In Lexington tf LOUIS GUS STRAUS CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS I LUXURY WTHN THE REACH ALL HEADACHE ypuAe sleepingThen AV PilillJ coftstipatiOLbiiousnsSsrSick theyhlvelamUyP1J etorfIee guaranteed dealers manufactured Alfred Benjamin Spring Summer weight fancy briggan Underwear COME AVOID RUSH Sale Ever field LEADING LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 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YOV CAN GWP TEX DCLIMAX7 I TII lcY CiirI- srBohOnY rorQnly 130 J It Always Stops J at Exptrmtion t = of Subscription l I NUMBER I D has boy girl have Lion form the liberal PATENTSTRflI yS t ADVICE AS PATENTABILITY ButlceinInycnuvoAgep FREE Chargn moderate No tee till b secured Letters strictly confidential Address CE Patent LanTCrWashincU OC KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing tlexhausted digestive organs ItIs the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other pteparatlon can approach it in efficiency It in curesDyspcpsia NauseaShclcHcadacheGastralghaCrampsancl other of Imperfectdigestlon Prepared by E a Co C Icaao For sale by Perry Thomas Greatest B a gains r Ever Offe dl THE CLIMAX rjAndThet OHIO FAR3WER CLEVELAND lBothOne Eor 150 The OH 10 PAt Cveis4 0let time beiti Ii stoek BHrkei and hoi mHs this eoeftry theIter Iscs11- No wIde iiwak firmee wl hs out tIjg au i It will hV1OrIaf tilhPe ftUid Ini p i w w 7rr W- PrintShDwsthYcJ h- J k The Richmond Climax J O CHENAULTProlrietor-A D MILLER Manager H LEE DAVIS Editor TJIOS H PICKELS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1001 PUBLISH JClJIVKkY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PIIICE PElt YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOil COUNTY JUDOB N B TUHPIN FOR COUNTY ATTOENKY J TEVIS conDo I FOR RHLHIFK JOIIX F IVAMKOS FOK 4AILFK t JAMES C IACKT FOR CIKHK JESSE COBB FOR BEPUESKXTATIVB CIIAS L SEARCY FOR SCUOObSUPKHIXTESDEXT J W WAGERS FOR JL3SK3SO- BQEORaE NOLAND FOR SCBVBTOR S F tOCK FOR COHONBR CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS POE POUCH JUDOS We are authorized to announce JtTDQE n C RICE for reelection to the office of Police Judge of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held June 29 1901 FOR CITY ATTORNEY Wfl authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to the oHce of City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A O WELLS a candidate for the nomination of City Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce W nLETCHKR Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democrat pcarty FOR UATOS We are authorized to announce CLARENCE E WOODS a candidate for Mayor of the City Richmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce DAVID R TEVIS a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES B STOUPFER a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond lIubect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CALVIN MAUPIN a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richm u4 subject to tbe of the Demo cratic pfrt von COUNCILMBN COURT HOUSE We lire authorized to announce W L LEEDS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June are authorized to announce JAS W SMITH a candidate farOoaueilman subject to tbe action of the Democratic primary June authorized to announce JOSEPH W BALKS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1961 We are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS a can dilate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 CITY hALL We are authorized to announce R IIBYBEE a candidate for Councilman subject to the action f the Democratic primary June 24 1901 We are authorized to announce B JUETT a candidate for Connollman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 We are authorized to announce L T WILSON a candidate for Ionncilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 UrIVBRSITT We ale authorized to announce V L ARNOLD a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 authorized to announce E E Mc CANN a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1991 FOB CHIEF OF POLICE We are authorized to announce W L SIM MON a candidate for Chief of Police sub PrimaryJuneW are authorized to announce JAMES H ALLMAN a andldate for Chief of Police of thellty of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic City Primary June 20 We are authorized to annnnne J D FEEN Y a caifHidate for Chief of Police of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 POE OONSTADLK We are authorized to announce L M SCRIVNER a candidate for Constable In the Jcinnond District subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 We are authorized to announce JOE BUSH a candidate for Constable in the Richmond District subject to tbe action the Democratic primary June 201901 We are authorized to announce FRANK KENNEDY a candidate for Constable the Richmond District subject to the action of the Democratic primary Jnne 20 1901 LI F1Bru8rCo11 LEXINGTON I Attractive HomeDecoration Every one dosent possess a beau tiful home Every one who can afford extravagance in homefurn ishings dosent possess an artistic ally furnished home Bat theres no real good reason why most people should not have a beautiful home a borne artistical ly furnished beautiful things for decoration are at the beck andcall of very lithe money nowdays Quo of the most artistically homelike ideas homefurnishings includes a charming fireplace In winter or summer in rainstorm or ball theres an air of home about a fireplace that naught else can give Weve a mantel room in which are shown about 75 styles and sizes of Mantels heres a sort for every home and u price for every purse Wed like to show you them When will you call For instance Our number 530 laG feet 8 inches lilgli5 feet wide has best mirror 18x40 Id made of entitifiilly ugnnd oakls highly IU1Ibh1 and With best tiles any color and an excellent recess grate Irice complete is 2500 CJBrorCo1 MAINAtDUOjDW1L P11 f ACCOKDIXO to Insurance Commission er John fl rt for the 12711insurance the State The risks written in the State in 1900 amounted to 220889687 23 of which Kentucky stock companies wrote 81G27t52 the Kentucky Mutu ale Sli 702CO the Kentucky Assessment Companies 350465150 stock companies of other States 140C8C541 75 foreign companies 6721547198 The ratio of losses paid to premiums received on tho business of stock com panies of other States in Kentucky was something over 57 per cent that of foreign companies of Kentucky bus ness was a fraction over 05 yer cent DANVILLE is threatened with another newspaper which will be called the Courier and be edited by Mr R O Cunningham lato of the Danville News Mr Cunningham is an old hand at the bellows and has shown de cided ability as a journalist but we fear he Is tempting fate in undertaking to start another paper in a field already full We know from personal experi ence that there is mighty poor picking fr three papers in a twopaper town However he has our best wishes for the success of his new venture bENATOBs TILLMAN and McLaurin the former representing tho free silver and the latter the sound money and expansion wing of the Democratic party have resigned their seats in the United States Senate from South Carolina and will submit their claims as to which Is the best Democrat to the people of that State at a general election The contest involves national issues and will be watched with interest by the whole country Miss SfABOARET INQELS of Paris has withdrawn from the race for State Librarian having received position in the Census Department at Washington This leaves but two candidates in tile field Miss Pauline Helm Hardin tbe present official and Mrs Mary C Ben neil of Lyon county POOR Mary Yellin Lease She might have been able to save up enough money to buy a seat someday in the United States Senate had it not been for a shiftless and impecunious husband to pay whose debts she was forced into bankruptcy last week MILLIK WALDOKF ASTOII has at last succeeded in breaking into tho charmed circles of English aristocracy again As Willies ambition is about us sordid as lilt gold it wont harm any body for him to gratify It THE dispatches announce that Aguin aide has decided to visit the United States Can it be that he has received a flattering offer from some enterprising theatrical agent to star the coming season Tiic President and party left San Francisco Saturday for tho East Mrs McKinleys health is very much im proved PERSONAL Miss LetJie Crow went to Frankfort last week IryineThursday Mrs Sallie Yates McKee is visiting in LawrenceburgMr attended court as Winchester Monday Mrs George Corzellus has been visi ting in Harrodsburg Dr David Bennett of Lexington was in town last week Miss Lizzette Dickson returned to Paris last Wednesday Mr Carroll Price ot Harrodsburg is the guest of friends here Judge J C Chenault and Dr G W Evans are at Brush Creek Mrs S B White of Danville visi ted irieuds here last week Miss Kathleen Povntz of Mt Sterling is visiting relatives here Dr V H Hobson was in Winchester Monday on professional business Dr and Mrs C E Smootaru visiting relatives in Louisville and Mays vi lie Mrs Mamie Stockton and Miss Dora Russell spent Saturday in Lexington Mr end Mrs Bland Ballard of Dan ville arc visiting Richmond relatives Mrs Adams of Winchester is the guest of her sister Mrs B W Turner CityMoEvans Mr Jno B Castleman Jr of Now York was the guest of friends here last weekMiss Annie Wagers of Irvine was dayslastspendjogthiana Miss Emma Ilendren is visiting her cousin Miss Nellie Hendreu of Kich olasville Miss Mary D Gay of Winchester 31ChienaulL LouisvilleThundltf Mrs Joe B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs visited her son Chenault and wife last week Misses Dixon and Alexander of Burkesville are guests at Dr Dunns on High street Master Paul Anderson Feeny of Paris is visiting his grandparents Capt and Mrs J D Feeny Mrs A T Million has returned home from a Southern tour In the interest of the Southern Mutual mornlnAformond Livingston Colonel Mr and Mrs David Moore of Guth ne Oklahoma are visiting relatives in this and Estlll counties President Z T Rice of the School Board attended tbe Blue Grass Tour ment in Lancaster last week Misses Tevls Carpenter of Stanford visitMissMessrs Charley Walker and Tom visitoishereMr J W Cole manager of the Sin ger Sewing Machine office spent several days in Estill county week IIltauksTale of Stanford spent Sunday here Mr Wlf Bowyer of Fresno Call prnia visited his sister Miss Bowyer 6I the Infirmary A few days last week President Morris of the KentBckv Mutual Life Co visited his grand WKlkerltw WOWhitemingling with old friends here this week Misas Stella West and Emm Dun can of JJichelasviUe are the charw inggueetepf Mrs H L perry tfo- Sumtsit dwMijaOMMfcvith MM faMIly Ofr W Q G9tmA tm M4tlurIM tpI Iah1S1 sbd I iI L fj pr- Fr r ImjflfMadison county Jarmers Mr Henry P Reid of Mt Sterling was the guest of friends hero last week notwithswndiInMrs W H Webb and daughter Ze relda who havo been visiting relatives here and at Red House for the past two weeks returned Sunday to their home in Louisville accompanied by Mr Webb who came up Saturday for themIweeks past has been very ill has become well enough under the skillful treatment of Dr C E Smoot to be re moved to her home in Oweneboro whither she was taken Friday by her parentsMisses Carlisle and Eleanor Che nault of Richmond who have been East to college wore in Lexington terday cutouts home Their mother Mrs T D Chenault met them here and the day was pleasantly spent with friends Thursdays Lexington Demo crat Miss Nannette Heath the beautiful and talented daughter of Dr M C Heath who for the past year has been teaching in Waco Texas is expected to spend the summer with her father Her marriage to a young gentleman of that place which was to occured June has beeo postponed until Sep temberThe friends here of the bride tobe have received invitations to the wedding of Miss Ruth Pepper of Rural Retreat Va to Mr Barnes Gillespie of the same place which will occur on the morning of June 12 Miss Pepper attended Central University in 97 suit 93 and was a universal favorite Her sunny ways and charming personality won lit r friends and admirers by score who wish tier all joy and prosperity in this new epoch of her life Owing to the alarming illness of Mrs L H Ulauton and other causes the social calendar of Commencement fes tivities will not be so lengthv ns usual Last evening Miss Carlisle Walker en ter toined at cards Friday night Mrs H h Perry will n reception In honor of her guests Misses West and Duncan of Nicholasville Monday evening the members of theiSigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity will be hosts at a brilliant Sax ton dance at Masonic Temple Tuesday evening the Phi Delta Thetas will have n dinnerdance and Wednes day night the Cotillion Club gives its final ball The usual number of Jnne visitors will doubtless be in attendance and a grand time is expected by tile belles and beaux MARRIED IIOLCOMEWlLLIS Mr J W ITo comb a painter ot this city and Miss Nannio Willis of Aleorn Jackson county were married hero Monday CAERON TINSLEY Mis Daisy Tinbley the beautiful daughter of United Slates District Attorney J II Tinsley was married at Bartotirsville to DrI T Catron of Atlanta Ga COZINERICE Editor H B Cozine of the Shelby News was married in Lexington Thursday to Miss Mason Rice a charming young lady The CLIMAX extends congiatnlations BROWN Mrs Anna DIckerRon Brown has filed suit for divorce at Nich olasville ngaintt her husband Louis Brown They are prominent society pole and quite wealthy They were married five years ago ana have one child TBAOYBOSWELL A wedding of unusual interest to liluegross society was that which occurred last Wednesday when Mr Stuart Tracy and Miss Jessie Boa well two weJSknowu young people ol Winchester drove to Paris and were quietly married by the Rev Lloyd Darsie Mr Tracy is the bright manly son of tbe late Capt B A Tracy and a most popular and worthy young man His bride is a daughter of Capt W H Boswell of the Reese House and has long been admired for her many womanly traits of character Their Richmond friends in conjunction with a host of others wish the young couple a happy and prospeious journey through life DEATHS COOK Hon D G Cook aged 76 a veteran of the civil war and n former member of the Legislature from Rock castle county died Friday nt Couway MERXAUOII Captain James Mer naugh for io years Chief ot Police of Paris Kentucky and ono of the best known police otlicers in the state died suddenly of heart disease Saturday Ho was 65 years old and aa exConfed erate having been a member of the famous Orphan Brigade FOSTER William Foster nged 03 died of dropsy Wednesday at his home on the Tales Creek pike near Million tie leaves a wife several children and grand children After funeral services by Rev G W Stooker the remains were interred in the Terry Perkins grave yard aged21diedhome of his sister Mrs Thomas on lrather avenue this city Only about a week ago he returned from the Lexington Asylum where he had leon confined for some time The burial took place Monday afternoon at 3 oclockRICIIARDSOXThie CLIMAX is pained to chronicle the death of ExSheriff S P Richardson of Estill ccuuty which occurred Friday last at his home West Irvine as the result of a complication of diseases He was one of the best and most popular slierifId still county ever had und a splendid citizen whose lots wilt be keeLly felt by the people of 1lacetundaynear West Irvine GOKF Mr Jno H Goff of Indian Fields Clark county one of the best known and most highly respected far mers in that section passed away last week surrounded by the sorrowing members of his family Ho was an uncle by marriage of Mr G GPrewitt of this place and leavesjbehlnd a nu- meroUS progeny No man in Clark county perhaps had more or better friends or would be more mourned than he Peace be to his ashes BRECKINRIDQE Mrs Julia Mor AttorneyGeneraltaken from his home at Danville to the Uood Samaritan Hospital ut Lex ingtouf for treatment about ten days FridayThethe residence of Col W C P Breck iuridge Lexington and was largely at tended many of the State totiicials at Frankfort being among those present SHABP The editor was hastily summoned to Lexington Thursday by a telephone message announcing the serious illness of Lila brotherinlaw James W Sharp On his arrival there however the spark of life was extin ui hedlIis death occurred lhul1day- midnight at his country near Greendale after an illness of ouly a few byIiitestinaihis death The best medical aid in Lexington was at his bedside almost from the Inception of his illness but neither the skill of the physician nor the tender ministrations of a devoted wife could stay the approach of the death angel Deceased who was 61 orClptltinLloweltuS G ttiarp recently appointed United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Kentucky With a view of becom UeorletownOollgfulldw this vocation of a farmer Ut united with the Baptiot church when ixteenyroldaud hs daily walk was in keeping with the teachings the ivek D lowly Usussmnie At he ASIlttltntSutilboys Md kith ftiitf hula tide far his woe tbs fotflmcbdiktion of the Bwrd while ltteCi rt y to tl ttnploye aad his uniform kiodnew 10 j atlpbojeetof DtrG3IIst t when it Is known that bo had not an enemy in the world his worth may be better understood Twentynineyears ago be wns married to Miss Josephine Cbesterraan Davis daughter of Mr T C Davis of this city and she with several sisters and brothers are loft to mourn his loss Before dying be made a wl1lbequtnthln his estate valued at between 10000 and 12000 to his widow After funeral services by Rev Preston Blake of the First Baptist church the remains wore consigned to their last resting placo in the beautiful Lexington cemetery Burial ol lion H B Hogg Tho burial of Hon H B Hogg took place last Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock from his late residence on Lancaster avenue after a feeling funer al discourse bv Rev Horace Turner of the Methodist church Many citizens followed the remains to their last resting place in till Richmond Cemetery where it was his request to be buried RESOLUTIONS At a Bar meeting of the Richmond Kentucky Bar heM at the court house in Richmond Kentucky on May 22nd 1901 for the purpose of passing suit able resolutions upon the death of the Honorable H B Hoar Honorable J Tevis Cobb was elected Chairman James R Hush and W S Moberlev were elected Secretaries Appropriate addresses McCrearyW were then made by Col J was moved by Col James W Caperton and seconded by all members of tho liar that a committee of six of tile members be appointed bythto Chairman to draft suitable resolutions of respect and sympathy on the death of our iloggSaidand the Chairman appointed A Sul livan Win Culton James It Bush Col James W CapcrtonGrnnt E Lilly and Gov James B McCreary commit leoinon to draft paid resolutions The committee wasauthorized bv the meet jug to draft these resolutionsaud have same published in the newspapers in Richmond Ky and spread at large upon the records of the Courts in Rich mond Ky and a copy of same sent to the family of our deceased brother On motion of W B Smith seconded by all the members of the Bar and carried unanimously a committee consisting of W B Smith W R Shackelford and R W Miller was appointed to present at the grave a suitable floral design as a tribute of our respect to the memory of our deceased brother W n Smith was appointed for and on behalf of the members of the Bar to make this presentation which he did graveATTESTWS M0SEnLEYcc Honorable II B Hog was born in Owsley county Ky in the year 18C9 and after being a student at Centre College Danville Ky he attended the law school at Ann Arbor Michigan where he completed his legal education Soon after his return to his home lie was elected to represent the counties of Owsley Clay and Jackson in the General Assembly and he perform ell the duties required of him as a Representative faithfully efficiently and honorably In 1S91 he married Mips Fisher a re fined educated and accomplished lady of Bourbon county and site and a daughter survive h m After practicing law a few years at Booneville Ky ho located at Rich practiceLislawyer and legislator he was con spicuous for his ability courteous behavior at tho bar and strict integrity and as a citizen he was universally respected for his honorable upright deportment and for his affability and kindness to all persons tlierefoie- Itesohtil 1st That in the death of Honorable II II Hogg tho Richmond liar has been denrived of an able faith ful and honorable attorney and that the county of Madison time State of Kentucky hiss lost one of its best and most upright citizens 2nd That the deceased was an af fectionate husband and devoted father and in every respect worthy of his efT fection of his family and the friendship of his associates 3rd That we tender to his bereaved wife and young daughter and other members of lila family our sincere sympathy and as a mark of our respect for the memory of our deceased brother we will attend the funeral cermonies in a body publisbedKy and a copy delivered to tho wife of tho deceased 5th That a copy of theee resolutions be presented to the Madison Circuit Court the Madison County Court and the Richmond City Court by Colonel James W Capertoi with the request that they be spread at length upon the records of each court JAMES W CAPERTON Ohmn JAMES B MCCREARY J A SULLIVAN GRANT E LILLY Com JESSES B Pusii W H CULTOX Assent to Consolidation There was general rejoicing here last Thursday night when a telegram was received from Rev Jasper K Smith convoying the impression that the Southern Presbyterian General Assem bly in session at Lit tin Rock Ark hall adopted the majority report opposing the consolidation of Centre College and Central University It looked like a complete victory for the anll consolidation forces and was so con strued here As a matter of fact the two opposing wings simply adopted an amendment whereby assent to the consolidation was given with the understanding that the responsibility of the proposed union be left with the Synods of Ken tucky and Missouri This refusal to give moral support of the General Assembly while simply consenting to offer no obstacle to tho union was dis- tInct defeat for the consolidationistf The compromise measure pro yoked a heated discuetion a Texas member going so far ns to say that it was the entering wedge for splitting tho Southern Presbyterian church wide open lhe details of the compromise are given in the following dispatch from Little Rock to Fridays ths Northern anti Southern Presbyterian seminaries in Kentucky was assented to by the Southern Presbyterian General As sembly today By a vote of 1 to 56 the assembly decided that it would In terpose no bar to tbe consolidaiinn but responsibilltywlth and Missouri The plans contemplate uniting the Danville and Louisville theological seminaries and Central University and Centre College nfl in Kentucky Approval from the North era Presbyterian General Assembly will now completethe consolidation LATEC The Northern Association Approved the consolidation Monday at Lliiladelphia Flue wittier has been uppermost in the assemblys proceedings lucre for three days past and for a time outsell elation seemed doomed by reason of the apparently strong sentiment against the possible tendency to organic1 uniou throughthomay not wholly approyeof the wisdom of the conKolidation plan yet in view tif the Huanliuoub consent of the Ken tucky Mud MiMpuri Itywxki and of the saleguMdti in thus compact HO bar would his offered lJy thj asesil3iy- Llie Rev Dr F R Bsk Jeef Louis vllle who with Cot rW HllItt aid- JtsdgelmackehfordMithrasu Of Louis ville jW thus ftUMuMi fetew Mated Ibid the question MM icpr ol off 4aie union had bets etJ IK putthveedvsrVe in Kentucky be wW we not fearing nor art ein favor of foo ftatik ualonAiid jnast not bd occttwc af I hiiseuts At ftttt ftttv of tfet fcttfiflt IaIII ttu c 1 tr W church have given their consent and support and curt ar gomcnt toward the consolidation of t ha two seminaries mitronghatiguagenellie of consolidation against time Northern church anti urged a spirit of charity and fair play Many gave explanations of their votes one of tho Texas commieeioncrs declaring this Wilt iho entering wedge fur splitting the Southern Presbyterian church wide openThe Rev S Taylor Martin of Dublin Va in voting against the consolidation sail that it involved it reversal of the position of tint church on Important questions dilferentiatlnoit from tho Northern church notably the ro lation of the church to civil govern mont womans sphere of work in tho church the status of the negro the historical question and the preservation of symbolsGood have been retained by the opponents of consolidation say that If the promoters of the scheme think this com promise measure gives them license to go ahead they will find their path blocked by other formidable barriersas they arc now preparing to take the accessary legal steps to prevent theplan of consolidation from boing carried into effect and will fight It stubbornly through every court to the court of last resort It is not known yet what move tho anti consolidation forces will make but it will be in the nature of an injunction suit enjoining the hen lucky Synod Irom us tic tho endowment fund of Central University for purposes foreign to tho stipulated pro visions ot ita donors A strike of grave diggers is the latctt thing in Philadelphia labor circles v STATE op Onio CITY OF TOLEDO as LUCAS COUNTY J FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that ha is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co dolnp business in time City of Toledo County and State afore said and that said firm will pay tIme sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and overy case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Clh day of De cember A D1 ISSG GLEASONSea1 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood systemSendF J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best Demo7Mtic Call At a meeting of the City Democratic Committee held in Richmond Ky May 4 tOOl pursuant to call members Jno B Chenault C T Wells and W R Shackelford being present and after hearing time various candidates for City oillcos time following call was issued let It is ordered that n Democratic primary election be held at the various voting places in Richmond Ky on Thursday June 20lh 1001 to select Democratic candidates for Mayor City Judge City Attorney members of jhe City Council Chief of Police Justice of tho Peace and Constable for said city of Richmond to be voted for at the Nov 1901 election anti the polls open from C a in to 4 p mou day aforesaid for purpose aforesaid 2nd That for tho purpose of de fraying time expenses of said primary election the candidates for the various offices who desire their names placed on the ballots to be voted for at said primary election shall on or before June Oth 1901 at 12 oclock noon deposit with tho chairman of this committee the following sums of money viz Each candidate for Mayor City Judge City Attorney and Chief of Police fl01 for Justice of the Peace and Constable 5 for Councilmen 2 3rd That said primary shall be conducted by officers to be hereafter named by this committee 4th That the Chairman and SecreT tary of this Committee are hereby ap pointed to provide ballots and make all arrangements for holding said elec tion5th That all legal and qualified voters In the city of Richmend who consider themselves and are known to be Democrats and who will support the nominees of this primary election and all young men now under the age of 21 years who will attain their majority before the general election in Nov lOOt and who declare their purpose of affiliating with the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote in said primary election 6th This primary election shall be held under tho State law governing primary elections By order of time Democratic City Committee W R SHACKELFOKD rARM TO R AtEI I will sell privately my farm containing 485 ACRESMere or less well imprpAjpV mostly in grass well fenced well watered and in high state of cultivation situated on the Stony Run and Ford turnpike 2 miles south of Ford and 9 miles north of KyAny to pur chase can call on me at home and for other references J Stone Walker RvtE or G B Turley Richmond Ky ROBT C BOGGS 15may4w RED HOUSE KY SUNDAYEXCURSION CINCINNATI Queen Crescent Route JUNE2DIS L25- ft++ 4 INN Trip FrNkWasy Special Train Service BASE BALL REM Tl ST LOUIS iX 4 a1KfTiMtl o udu 1 Zssu us 1IMr piIn n uiaH bill rr Tiek t Ayimte topartIuiis Wi c ibJiwd t t A cac1iielI cj j 4 ia f j S In tho Itepublio of MezlcorthVe ire spoken the languages of elevenvlndkm tribes 1 v Master Cwfrs Nstfce te Crditws MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Jeff Jeff CFJtf1Against AH persou having claim gainst the estate notllledtodersign ed on or before tbe2d day ot September 1901 or eame will be barred S E SCOTTmny29 vr MCM CC W WflWOO6HHI THE iFarquharift g has been the leading e g THRESHER J yearstoo well known too golellt description here Send for illustrated catalogue S gi9 Implements mailed free 6 t piA FARQUHAR YORIPAm- ay29iw COH Ltdg SM LEXIN TON CBAUTADQUA LOW RATES VIA ml Bm Fl ml From all Points JuGloii City aaJ Ifalon Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars W O RINEARSOK OPA FARM rr- i ULE desire to sell privately FARM known as the Col Reuben Munday farm situa ted in Madison county Ky two miles southeast of Kings BigHilland the old Muddy Creek State road containing about 400 acres of land A good portion of said farm is in grass the balance in culti vation This can be made one of the most desirable stock farms in the county moderate improvements with good horse and cattle barns a splendid cave spring near the house with an abundance of stock water fruit etc Terms 2000 per acre full possession given January 1 1902 For further particulars ap ply to R H Bronaugh AgL Crab Orchard Ky Mr Jas Hubbard who lives on the farm will take pleasure in showing the place lines c to any one desiring to see same Mrs Miry E Bronaugli- mayl4w STANFORD KY PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale 175 acres of Blue BigHillas the Ray burn farm lying between the farm of Joe Gibbs and iie Yates farm onSATURDAY JUNE 15 1901 Time farm will be sold in two tracts of respectivelyThegood dwelling with 0 rooms stool barn and other buildings orchard of apples and peaches and farm is well watered Church and school luluso nearby Will lIe sold on reasonable terms of three payments with interest from time of jrfving possession which will be October with the part 16 be seeded and full possession given Cnnnary 11001 Tfcos Farrell A D B HOUSE 22may4w ncf I Im MIt PrISUS- iii i SPRING BEAUTIES WE HAVE SOME OF THE IOF THE SEAS SELECTIONOF A Lawns j 5 10 and 18c t Wash silks in solid colors extra vit 4 Colored r jand DOe tBlack Lead 1 and 3c Slate f t Cor St ROLLER FOR SALE Having concluded that my health will no longer permit me to engage in business I have to privatelymy FLOUR AND GRIST MILL ns the Elliston Mill 7 miles- eaat of Richmond Ky on the Rich mond mid pike and about l miles from Moberley on the L A Thin mill is operated both by water and steam he run by water on an average of months in tbe year Good boiler and engine with wod or coal cheapIn property is a good residence with 6 rooms good tock barn ice bonse rich 3 or 4 acres of land a good store room merchandise or grain deposit and livestock scales The machinery in the mill is new This is splendid property for an active business man to make at once For any information apply to undersigned at Waco Ky or Judre John C Chenault Richmond Ky DAVID OHANAULT JR 22maytf EGGS AN- DBUTTER ts+ We will pay the est CASH Price for Eggs ButterAlso desireto for CASH a supply of Hams Bacon and Shoulders 4S 4 Se Miller Bros SECOND ST 165 RICHMOND KENTUCKY LXWpTllVETMET O Paysi1y + QO loxk Dollar Invested Ma0tb Branch room lover Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGR PRE 7 5IAA PRICES 12lcGinghams8and1Oc h69cCre-tons JLScApronydAllover 4PlaiPencils Pencils PRE VYTY V Dprit forget to ask for the and Mer- chantsBENEFIt SRI CUSTOMERS TAKE NOTICE yMerchantPerCent Scrif Whfcfa they will accept or Pvc Cents on every CASij j URClfASE Qfc OfE AI NMpe limit the IIEreIWIIUWhs tI A Ne tlw 4d asid keep us arid pre I JT sMsrdwus j 4I r FEW 15andl8c TlndHrskirts eacht Main First MILL milling decided sell Known Irvine railroad can the garden for comparatively further the big and purchas PHONE office front Consumers 5 DOLL 4usIttLOVWV I OWEN WEI t7s cs e 0- I Richmond Kentucky VICTOR RUBBER TIRE j WE USE THE 1 iVictor Rubber Tire 71 MANUFACTURED AT + Springfield Ohio + Which is acknowledged excell all other brands Will be glad to furn ish estimates on this clals of work i and guarantee our workmanship to equal that of any house in the coun IL try Ourtt CARRIAGE WOOUSCtttt Is headquarters for allsty1e in medium and high grade vehicles We ZI- make a specialty of repairing nd painting carriages buggies etc ancl1 can make your old vehicle look new1 OUR PRICES I Are in keeping with the time our y work excelled by none If you want j to save money andget good vehicles xi give us a call 1I IJ I Tr 7 T lDwsthofl JL TONJYTr ONE CLOTH ii sfoRE CAQ d tillE fTInMadison County ii 7 i 1i NQLMT AS GOOD BUT THE BEST CLOTHES HATS MENS FURNISHINGS FOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE The Lightest Brightest Store in Lexington IILfIIRO TnltR8L dIMOlON yww The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1001 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stonffers Clothing Store Gfebtf Umbrellas otall kinds at Rica it ARNOLDS Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldhnm 27febtf You never have to ask if tilt style is alright if youb y of RICE ARNOLD Best cup pumpwarranted atJ M Riffes Jmayt This cold weather will not last buy a pair of our low shoes PICK AR OLD I have several fresh cows for sale fAIL are excellent milkers Calhou or address H M HEJi DON jnayl5t Richmond Ky Soc our 50 75 and l line of negli tee shirts Buy and keep cool RICE ARNOLD For sale at Madison Institute Five Hogs Two Much Cows Oue Delivery Wagon One Parlor Piano au excellent in strument in good order 22m 2t Shops hats shirts collars cuffs neckwear underwear socks suspen ders umbrellas traveling cases utc at RICE ARNOLD Walloped Em A base ball aggregation from Valley View came up Sunday and walloped our boys so badly that the latter actual ly forgot the score Avoidvexatious delays poor materials and work by having Willging with his force of skilledmechanics do your painting and papering College Hill Decoration Hon W B Smith of this city will deliver the Decoration Day address at CollegH Hill next Saturday The ex ercises will not begin until 3 p m For high grade hose call on J M Riffeat reasonable prices Also all kinds of pumps hydrants bath tubs and miUsup plies Alt kinds of materials and high grade plumbing Jmaytf Cheap Rates to Cincinnati The L A railroad will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati and return Juno 3 and 4 good lur return until June 7 account G A It Encampment at Ciiviimton Ky at one fare Willging will frame your pictures in uptodate style at reasonable prices Largest stock of picture framing mate rial in Central Kentucky Appointed Police Judge Governor Beckhatn has appointed H C Kinnaird Police Julge of Borea to succeed J W Vain Winkle recently resigned Mr Kinnaird is a good Democrat and a capable and popular gentleman Wall papers in all the new stripes Florals etc in all the new colors at new low prices All last seasons goods at your price Geo M Willging Paper for Irvine Irvine is to have a new paper It nill be called the Irvine Leader and Dr V H Hobson the wideawake and enterprising dentist of this city will be till publisher We understand it will will be printed at the Register office here and the first number will appear about June 5 Willging makes toorderand keeps in stock window shades ofevery description Prices reasonable Many Get First Class County Suporinendent Wagers tells us that out of 43 applicants who took tho May white toad erS examination 25 received Orelclass certlicAtes 7 second class 4 third class white failed utterly The fact that the examination was one of the easiest in years explains why so many iiratchw eertiScHtes were iUlled In the colored tecfaers exam lsatio held IH4 Friday and Saturday there were elfwi ca didaee for certiucates there aarlw will not be made khon until the latter part of the week WilfinrtMatDlixedread t UHMd i byj- pii1kg I Jlways s1 cI1 ach mk at- ypIsIs d PRICE f i 50000 feet of 3ply hose at reduced prices at J M Riffes Jmaytf For Rout v A nice cottage on Third street for rent anyone wanting house call on- T T COVIXOTON 15maytf Richmond Ky Beaumont Oil Fields Low rates Direct Line excellent train seryicn ViP Queen Crescent Route WC RIXKAKSONGPA 15may7t Cincinnati O New Elks A new lodge of Elks will be installed at Maysvllle tonight The work will be done by Cynthiana Lodge No 448 A number will doubtless attend from here The Sick Mrs L II BlantoE was reported bet ter yesterday morning having passed a fairly good night Miss Ann Free man who was stricken with paralysis last Tuesday is improving Change of Residence Rev Wilson A Eisenlieart of the Second Presbyterian church has moved his family into the Simmons property on Lancaster avenue lately occupied by Mr J T Smith Jr Bought a Grocery Mr pan Thomas who moved here recently from Pauola has bought of Joe Stanifer the letters grocery store on Irvine street Mr Stanifer will we are informedembark in the butcher business hereFor HcCreary Three gentlemen favorable to Gov James McCr ary fur Senator were nominated for representatives Saturday They are 11 Reed in Boyle W S Hawkins in Carroll and John W Alexander in Mason Georgetown Won tho Prize The Georgetown Times says that Scott LoJgo No 36 A 0 U W of that city won the 00 prize offered by the Grand Lodge to the lodge securing tho greatest number of new members from April 15th to May loth The number secured was 83 Destructive Cutworms Cutworms have been playing havoc with newly planted corn and complaints of their ravages come from all part of the county fn tho White- Hall locality they have been particular ly destructive and several farmers in that section have had to replant al most their entire acreage Sales Col D W Tribble the popular and recordbreaking auctioneer disposed of two pieces of property at public sale Saturday to Ellen Cheiiault and Millie Embryof color The former bought a residence on Irvine elicit fur 18i and the latter a boueeon Elmstreet for whlchthe price of 12 was piid Sham Battle Pobtponed The parade sill sham battle between Captain IiJ Fraz es company rein forced by tno Lilian Rifle of Danville and the C U Cadets which was to have takon place here Saturday was postponed owing to tho illness of Mrs L Hi Blanton wife of Chancellor Blanton It will probably bo pulled lon during commencement And Thais No Joke Commenting on the sale ol the fair grounds here to the Hume Bro f ra barrel factory site Editor Louis Land rum of the Lancaster I5ecordvory truthfully remarks Interest in the oldtime fair has about died out It takes fleshrolored tights to draw a crowd in thesettwen tieth century days and no mistake Grade Teachers Selected The hoard of Edtieatjonajanatl journod menting held Vedncsday after noon selected the grade teatnerefo f the Colored City Schocl next year Tho old corps was reelected selth the exception of Miss Minnie Bennettwho is succeeded by Miss nettle phelps No selection of Principal wasraadoai j tho Board is still deadlocked onVProfs Reynolds and RU tlIfC H S CommeBcement The commencement exercIses of Caldwell High School will be hold at the Court House Friday June 7 aLI 9 oclock a m Rev II G McLe1lsi ChurJji1I1dellvertbe class which this year numbers ive all young ladles as follows Lnld Beaton Campbell Pat tie Lee PrathcrElnorah Million Mayme Fisher Campbell and Mattie Turpin JChwtawfIIII The fifteenth annual eeseioa of the Kentucky Ch ufanqua will be held at Woodland Prk Lexington Kf JiHa 86 to July 6 A splendid prouWBa lsbeen rMied ftiltlWIIJsurJIM HSy yiR ft oine f lastuia iii4 ecsrtaiasv Ia Aasehs- ksn bead sisgiigd A reaL pwgnim will ba presentedaiid litjp r- aietfaBd paoiaL M4l- aspsa Tftt w4b aftai J any BTiJIIIti i 2t t q igst r iL Flowers IJOurEsterBoxes Axran arebeautes KNOW practice WeposseJlst A receives our personal a- tC tention BELL4 The Florist J fJ LEXINGTONKY J ENRY L PERRY Agt U Bells Flowers go Everywhere jg Dr Ilobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tL Boon to Saw Mill Me- nThe heavy rains in Eastern Kentucky the past week made a good tide in the Kentucky River and thousands of logs have been gathered into the booms at Irvine Ford and Valley View which means plenty of werk this summer for the people of those thriving river towns Blackberry Winter Owing to the extremely danip chilly weather of Ih ipBst week fires and floverco atshiavecn greatly in demand Rattier than cVperlcince such another spell of Blackberry Winter we would to use Bat Galvins classic phraseology Ua dn sight rather do without blackberries Climax Awarded the Contract The CLIMAX beared another victory this week over his competitors among which was the Transylvania Printing Co of Lexington being awarded the contract for printing and binding the revised City Ordinances All of which goes to prove that when it comes to geod work and low prices the CLIJIAX is hard to beat Charles Jacobs Announces Elsewhere ia todays CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Charles Jacobs for Councilman from court house preciut Mr Jacobs is a well known and popular citizen is identified with nearly every fraternal organiza ion in town and stands a mighty good showing to bo among the winners when the votes in the June primary are counted First ol the Season Mr L A Weaver of Ruthton was the first to have homegrown straw berries on the market this season He was in town lust Tueslay with six gallons as fine as we ever saw which sold readily at cents a gallon The damp chilly weather of the past week has somewhat retarded the ripening process but with plenty of sunshine he says the crop will be unusually abundant L and Extension The Baattyville News claims to have it from an authentic source that the L A will shortly put a large force of men at work extending the road from Millers Greek the present ter minus on to the Lee county capital We hope this is true and furthermore that the L A will decide to locate its shops at this point which would be half way between Versailles and Beatty ville Showed Them a Trick As a band of Gypsies are encamped in the Dillingham addition this warning from the Argus may bo of advantage While in Frankfort last week tho gyp sies reaped a harvest telling fortunes and there is no telling how much bric a brae has been taken from homes they entered for ovary liousethej went into they invariably told the housekeeper to go outside and they would show them a trick Otis Skinner and Mrs LeMoyne in Lexington Tomorrow Three of tho leading stars in the theatrical firmament will be in Lexington tomorrow night in Brownings famous poetic drama In a Balcony The famous Otis Skinner in conjunction with Mrs Sarah Cowcll Lo Mayne anti Miss Eleanor Robson will appear in this great drama and lovers of art will miss a great opportunity if they fail to see this groat trio Let every ono who possibly can witness this splendid performance Attachments Sustained In the circuit court at Winchester Judge Scott sustained the attachments III favor of Artuestead Foriner and W O Judy against the Enterprise Fire Insurance Co of Lexington and author ized the garnishees to pay their assessment to J M Benton of Winchester who is attorney for Forknerand Judy which payment will be in discharge of the liability of tho garnisliers to the company Mr Benton writes us that he will be at the circuit clerks office here next Monday county court ayI where lIe desires the persons in this county who wero summoned at garni shees to meet him and pay their assess ments Browning Lecture anc Reception On this eveningMay29lh at 8 oelocl Rev Hugh McLcllati pastor of the Christian church will deliver a lecture on Browning in the Chapel of Mndfeon Institute After the lecture the ladles of the Christian church will tender in honor of Mr and Mrs McLellnn and Mr and Mrs J W McGarvey Jr a reception lathe parlors of the Institute to which all are cordially invited The interest expressed in the lecture and in the reception also by persons not members of the Christian church has caused the ladles most cordially to extend the invitation to all persons in the community who are interested A cordial welcome to both lecture and reception is hereby extended to all fcarly Birds Notwithstanding it is afullmonth be fore trustees can legally contract with teachers for schools the lawmaking July time datItis said most of the schools in Madison couuty are already taken that ie tlio trustees have ver bally contracted with teachers which of course Is as good as if it Were down in black and white for the word oi the average Madison county trustee ia equally M good M hw bond Consider lug that the first examination baa just bena nelVl and that many who con mplatd tteehlHg this year dont know yt wIt r4e eerti41cte they will r e ithill ie ratktr WtKeetdll1 utA Tit eKpfetutMn may be euu- drhpa4u the tasttket thee st abi- 1u HeBMMi hNwtawe ia tM uWuUf aad t haH oohi i9 I- IIIM u cJ s i TWOTHIRDS OF A illfitting garments fromStripesPlaidsetc in everv combination of r Always the largest stock in Central Kelitucky 11All styles All shapcs All colors Cool hats for hot heads in every style Our new 50 cents is tile talk of the town mtr1 rJJtI1 f1 Try WalkOver Shoe its the worlds best in mens footwear today that men wearJt IOoviugtoi 4 25 MAIN xexeJ New Chapter ol Phi Delta Theta Last Saturday a new chapter of Phi Delta Theta was when a local society of State College was transformed into Kentucky Epsilon of Phi Delta Theta The installation was conducted by the C U and Centre chapters of the fraternity attended in a body and ten prominent students were transformed from Barbarians into Greeks At the banquet which followed Mr L B llerrin ton spoke for Kentucky Delta Among the new fratera are Messrs Armstead Swope and Bruce Campbell who are wellknown here On to Memphis Mnjor General J M Poyntz and wife accompanied by about a dozen veterans from the Thos B Collins and Waller Chenault Camps left Monday morning for the annual reunion at Memphis At Louisville they were joined by the rest of the Kentucky delegation and proceeded to Memphis by special train over that magnificent route the Illinois Central Among the Madison county Confederates who composed the party were N B Death erage L J Frnzee David Chenault W U Martin H R Gibson and Wal ter Todd Richmond at the Tournament Richmond was well represented in the Blue Grass Graded School Tour nament which was held last week at Lancaster and as usual brought back a number of medals and first prizes The event attracted fully SOU visitors from all parts of the limo Grass of which number neatly 100 went from this city including Principal H II Brock most of the grade teachers and- S large delegation of pupils and friends of the school The Richmond party was royally entertained and returned Saturday eloquent in their praises of Lancaster and her clever hospitable citizens In all Richmond captured nno prizes as follows Reading Jerry Powell golil medal grammar Nellie Kellar gold medal composition Lucy Chest nut cold medal tIme vocal quartette composed of Misses Lillian ll1 bre Mary Scott Lucy Chestnut end Ethel Bar nett easily outclassed all competitors ind each of the young ladies were awarded a gold medal In athletics Richmonds representative William Parritli was simply invincible wjnning the running broad jump the standing bread jump and the running high jump the prize in each being 250 in gold The prize of 3 50 for the 220 yard dash was likewise won by him as was also the gold medal for the half mile run An interesting feature of the Tour nament was the base ball James and here too the Richmond athletes won recognition defeating Lancaster by a score ot of 10 to C They met their Waterloo however when they lined up against Harrodsburg on Saturday bllmplonsllipfor the Mercer county lads by the derisive score of 6 to 3 Froth a social educational and financial standpoint the Tournament was a great success and tile unusually largo attendance this eArls evidence bat it is growing in popularity nid that it is only a question of time until It will Vw uoextfl Aire with time State sail be looked forwwd to with as urach eager H S8 M the celebrated Olympic ganwi eei byib Heiteiito youthe Nex4 yera TMfMeht will bo held strMHI t J 8Mh AMas hj a MrHl n MANSll r Is s ent in his clothes aid life is too short to be spent in shoddy when he can buy inj our store fect fitting b 0Iclothes at small COST I stylish patterns PANAMAETTE at rn our value Seller ofeverything installed who Bonks STREET xextex Commencement Anniversaries Derea Col lege 1901 Thursday May 80 Memorial Day with G A R Post Address by Rev CL S Dickerman New Haven Conn Friday May 31 Anniversary of Literary Societies Sunday June 2 Baccalaureate Sermon Monday Juno 3 Address before Literary Societies by Prof J C Met calf of Georgetown College Tuesday June 4 Alumni Reunion Monday and Tuesday June 3 and 4 June 5 Commencement 900 a in Graduating Exercises 130 p m Adresses bex Gov Bradley and others Opening Ball Manager J B Willis writes that the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs will occur on the evening of June 14 Tho State pharmacists will meet there in convention IS to 21 and between the latter date and July 4 there will be va nuns entertainments and lances On the glorious 4th there will be a grand rally and picnic to which the railroads will give reduced rates Accommoda tions will be miulo for 1000 people on that day The following invitation was received by the CLIMAX Tbe opening ball of Grand OJd Crab Orchard Springs will occur Friday Evening June A splendid orchestra from Lexington will make music and a delightful eVening may be expected Bass Ball A footsore and weary aggregation erstwhile known as Central Universitys representatives on the diamond crept into town Friday night withoutherald ingtheiradvent cither buglo or bazix Some seven days previous they had started on a Southern tour antI caused various con jecturea to be made as to their whereabouts by their protracted silence during their absence However just as advertisements were about to be in serted in tho lost column time missing athletes turned up It has developed that they were deliuled five times mid placed two narrow marginal victories to their credit TheSoutlieru journals characterize their vorkmis the poorest playing ever seen in thht neck of the Woods It N needless to say that this their positively last up pearance was attended by no showers of flowers boqueta or diamond rlacs They reaped cabbages and decayed hen worthyKnightsgrow up with the country where they play nothing but town ball Cecllian Club Notes The last meeting of tho Crcillian Club was held with Mrs WSOuUiam Beside the regular members present were the following guests Mrs Eugenia Hume Mrs Tliotripsoit Mtu Brutus Clay Mrs Llllie Oldham Misses Bessie Miller TillieTribblo and Lura Rpunett The last program as mapped out for this meeting was as follows Roll can- Vavorfto composers programPlansMiscellaneous business i The Club had met In regular turn with Mrs Oldhatn in the winter but the chief occasion of this meeting was Mrs Oldharas elegant sew SteInway the pride of every musicians heart This was a UtioR to a delightful years work After the progmaime of Soon and hIlls ru eDt1 plans for the future were taken up sad the ClnbVot d a Btwiy of the Openus fir artoUter ywur Julian French nod Uert n t 1tiet srs work Wilt apesi ttu L io 1 JtIjil blw ra eSIe3SSSSSQOGaaSSSSS eISee SS S a S S S S S SS SS S SS S sa S S S S 0e s s I r DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING j s j i i a CSSO SS S S SSe eoooooocQOa OFIBARGAINSFORCASH BUYERS THE QVU3 CASH STDR Has decided to throw their entire stock merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go Ve commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our prices Ill these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were 15 and 18 are now 9 to 11 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now 050 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits pantshaveyourboysWe mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as bit a stock of SHOES as we carry at piices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy all the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt we DiOLIJ11AM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Program ol C U Commencement Owing to the large graduating class and the expected announcements rela lYe to tho future ol the institution the commencement of Central University will be of unusual interest this year and will be largely attended rime ex ercises will begin next Sunday with tho Baccalaureate sermon anti end Wed nesday with tho Commencement proper Following is tho program fur nished us by Chancellor Blanton Sunday June 211111 a m Bacca laureate sermonRev D M Sweets Shelbyville Ky 8 p m sarmon in behalf of Y M ARev W D Ueddlcston Oxford MIsqITuesday June 4th7 a m annual meeting of the Board of Curators 1030 a m Class Day Exercises 3 p m annual meeting of the Alumni As sociation 8 p m Chautanqua Oratori ContestWednesday June 5th 1030 a m Commencement Addresses by gradu ates annual address Rev Hugh Mc Lellan Richmond Ky Baccalaureate Sermin An enthusiastic ovation which must have been touching and gratifying in the extreme to its object was that ton tiered time Rev J K Smith of Little Rock Ark tIme beloved expastor of the First Presbyterian church of this city by tho vast crowd that assembled III the auditorium of the Christian church Sunday morning to hoar him deliver the Baccalaureate sermcn to the graduates of Madison Institute the pulpit was a veritable bank of palms ferns anti potted plants against which as a back ground the white gowns of the Institute scholars showed up with charming effect Behind them waved a sea of color In tIme spring raiment and head Jar of Richmonds cosmopolite churchgoing audience Prior to the address a number of beautiful and carefully prepared musi cal selections were rendered hY1ID special choir prominent among them being those of Miss SlUr enllt and 5lr J V Logan Jr Alter mayer and scriptural reading Mr Sinith iu time ea y mellifluous manner which tS chains the attention of his hearen pro ceeded to deliver a sermon that will linger long In the minds of those present A beantiful faithful exposi tion of the realities duties possibilities and beauties of life arid a fervent earnest plea fur Christian manhood and womanhood occupied a short hour which WM Ml ol interest indeed IrSJtl 4e close to aIIJR4e iM a 1mesrtIehdL n ertateildd8l A chars I p a1krt imaie sad I- setbi beNw were v111 I4I b tueski Wliervu this acid ia gy us ah life 1- wwiItrv7ptW evertbsoe4- of a 1io hoDd hiWiE- ivemihtg M ake ag11n at PLLi tI I = I One Session For Richmond Richmond citizens will see but little of the festive moonshiner after all as only once a year will the United States Court hold its sitting in this city While in Lexington Saturday CLIMAX representative had a talk with Captain- S G Sharp recently appointed United States Marshal for tho new federal district and he said that Frankfort Co- In ton Richmond aud London were tho places designated for holding the court Ho was loud in his praises of Jndge Cochran and District Attorney Tinsley whom he predicted would make fine records in office The first session of the new court hero will be held early in September Will Visit Richmond The Louisville Times says the Board of Trade of that city has about completed a series of excursions from that body to several Kentucky towns during the summer anti Richmond is men honed in the list An effort should be made by our citizens to entertain them in true Madison county style If anybody has any publicspiritedness let him take hold of the matter Dud make some preparations for time occa sion Time object of the excursion is to promote friendship and good will between tho LouIsville wholesale men and their customers throughout the State No attempt will be made to sell goods on these trips but to promote cordial relations The first excursion is to be run sometime in J lineI Never Hesitate Often people approach aden tal office with fear and trembling Our modern ideas enable us to fill your teeth with comfort your uncertain teeth with sat isfaction And Ave dont cask jourt 04per cent Profit On bridge work and the best Alloy fillings that Calibo made for T5 cents Tct1xtrwttxl 25 cc- ntsUadtlraiieimLiy kwattl tl Hhiou- NuiLUngnexi luu hIGtiVtllU lf f EGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market price for eggs hides and feathers Call and see him next door to corner of Mam and Fiist streets 20febtf For Sale I ofler for sale privately residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bath room anl ball and all necessary outbuildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evans or time under signed MHS SPEED SMITH 2janIyr Richmond Ky The worlds railway mileage is 410 000 Of this 230500 is in North and South America Wlntcd I Ladies and gentlemen to introduce time hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1809 Aytnlx aTe coining monry Cures all forms of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost the same as an ordinary comb Send CO cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur III 27feblyr The purest Chinese is spoken rt Nankin and is called the language of tho mandarins orrs Cancer Blood Poison Hating Sores Ulcers Costs Nothins lo Try mood poison or deathly cancer are tIe worst and most deepBeat e l blond ititieasen on earth yet time easiest to cute whon Botanic Blood Itahn is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers hone pains pimples mucous patthi falling hair itchli p skin Scrofula old rheumatism or offensive form of catarrh scabs anti scales eatllv swellings cancer catiuc bleediug1feshringsores sore take Botanic Blood Balm B B IJ It will cure even the worst case nIter everything else falls Botanic Blood Balm B B B drains the poison out of the system and the blood thou every sore heals making time blood pure nnd rich and building up tho broken down Judy B B B thoroughly tested for thirty yeais Sold at all drug stores SI per large bottle A trial treatment sent free by writing Blood Calm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical ailvl e given until cured Botanic Blood Balm hoes not contain mineral poisons or mer cury as so many advertised remedies do butts cuimmptetlof Pure Botanic Ingredient Over 3 000 testimonials of cure by taking B B B 3 The State of Tennessee has made ar rangements to take up 103000 of its indebtedness Xcuer SaUItheam awl Eczema ihe intense itching and amartlB lei ayJby3k sMJ very bstl ai hits K apMMMM l cr bIt ttcqIYDTAlIttKIINfavorite riasdy foe 1oN aa sa- ikapIsI hb Mqb froIC bess- isd IiIomo sore eyes SSeta pr box 0 Jfcr taiIys C uJlths PuaiiaJwt what a hone nss w1w Woonftttoa Tonio ba1 ri- trThLf ad w J f Stops the Cough and Works of tho Cord laxative Bromo Qtinlne Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents The combined fortunes of the Roths childs Is about 300000000 TO OTTSE A COLD I1T OlE PAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it sljnaturefaThere 5000 Smiths in the Kansas City directory Ifthis signature Ia on every box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuininc Tatiea Ibo remedy that cures a cold In vile day Australia has more than 1000 news papers The Watch Word ol Women Modesty ia womans watch word Whatever threatens her delicate sense ofmodesty frightens her For this reason many a woman permits diseases of the delicate womanly organs to he come aggravated because she cannot bring herself to submit to the ordeal of unpleasant questionings offensive examinations and obnoxious local treatments which some physicians find neresary Doubtless thousands of the women who have taken advantage Dr Pierces offer of free conmiltation by letter have been led to do fa time escape thus offered from a treatment re uiiguant to modeoty Any sick woman may write to Dr Pierce Buffalo N Y in perfect confidence all letters being treated as strictly private and iscredly confidential and all answers being sent in plain envelopes with no advertising or other printing upon them Dr Pierces Fllvo its Prescription has baen long hailed as 01 Godgood to women It makes weak wOmen strong anti sick women vell Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol neither opium cocaine or other narcotic In China trades and professions Are hereditary in families A WO1TDVL NVJNTION They cure dandruff heir falling head ache etc costs the oaiaeaeau ordinary 0 comb Dr Whites Electric CowL The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro minced are wild with deli htYbusimply comb your hair each day the comb hoes the rest This wonder ful cumuli is simly unbreakable and In made so thttlsabtolutely impotable to writtenlion in tray respect Sead stains for one Ladies aize 60e tteute lze 26cv Live amen aud woai H wanted nvry where to introduce this eloe01onsicht Ageetfi are wild with BMMe 1AddDIIlliooia tfnwaiOCW a fortap ff7aOf0MQ s 4 DO YOU WANT To ifItyour RlULIflTA IEJtor VOAU STO0K OT QfiUP W anyIIndefr9mft14 yPutw1s I 1 he lie W A Jrt0tJDrYh i p s 1laI- Ttij 1II rup 14 0 0 ps 1ir Aou wo r t Printshows tl1ro v r 1t ul uw oL J Call in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX EVERY VOMENNERVINE Gold with si WrittenEasllyQIckiPcrniancnhI7Restored i Onarnntee to cure F uin Memoir a Kt aZ Wanting Diseases and all WetkneiM retulllnz from early or later pncihuHagan Druggiata decl lj PiTTSBURG giiCENTRAl STOCK YARDSa EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest l o Eastern Mirket Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention WEEKDAYSIMON ODONNELL General Mgr Tn iLhii Mttia1 Inv tm nt DI OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead Tho Company is lew limn 7 years oM ami has a jrrrntor premium ill ol1e to tho business in force than any Life liitiraiiro Coiujmny The Amornt Paid in Living Benefits S380OOO Amount Placed In Reverse and Surplus 200000 Anyone de irlDK an tnveuitnient yielding large returns during life thIs Company offers special advantages H SMITH BOLM7NSEC- RETARY LEXINGTON KY IRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PLOWS Tlin season has arrived when the farmers arc in search of PLOWS and other Inarming Implements avid that thusH in need of such may know that we are stilt catering to the wants of this class we call attention to our line o- fVulcan Plows7New Western Disc Harrows Cultivators Barlow Corn Hardware Planters Stoves TinwareT- in KonfiiiR and Guttering a specialty W D Buckley Tinner Call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere TAYLOR BROS C E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and Treas IiM WARE General Manager The Jefferson Gu ranty Sure y D Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market ot The BEST because it will make you the Most Money PLOWS It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 L for 1 business on our Books It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company Te JeUerlonnl NEW and under IIfI Weekly Contract can sell you virtually Orounu floor Dunluestc ever 18th week A trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jefferson 7HOMI OFIICE No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED 1363 GEO WMORUIS Pres WW lUTE Vice Pres TaB MUTUAL LIrE IISUEAICE CO OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Jlerrlwether Secy Jos Pettus Treas Jas B Hteadinan Medical Director Ilruiy A Ilqdge finptT Agencies Kentucky IAdmiltPd Asets nee 31 1MO 3018711 23 Dec 311000 1S1609 13 Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for ISM 1779517 M Uxpendltare for 6019d 60 Excess Inoomeover trpeadilnres 17454101 JI 1srLceit fleei q 3J f JtII 4554t3 J H KENNEDY Special Agent 11RIcHMoND fKY LAND STOCK AND CROP Earl Ferguson sold to B F Bedford 126 head of 100 pound hORS at 315 J vFetison sold 35 head averaging 185 pounds to same at 5 cents B F Buckley purchased of J F Berry of Cyntliiana his crop of 12000 pounds of tobacco at C cents Paris Kentuckian Anthony Day of New York sold the Elliott stock farm 440 acres in Wood ford to Nathaniel Haria banker of Versailles for l 41SOO At the sale of Shorthorns of C D Gerlaugh OsLorn Ohio Thursday 35 head sold the males avcrajing1SO anti females 678 MT STERLING COUET About 650 cattle on the market and trade slow but prices Rood for what stock sold 800lb steers sold at 4 to cJyearlings 4 to 5ci heifers 31 to 4c cows 21 to 4c yearJinhiKh grade bulls J40 to 50 Mulea75to150 Horses 5 to 25 DANVILLE COURT Tho crowd at Dan ville court iras fair but there were only about 125 cattle on the market with trading rather slow A good bunch of calves brought 25 or nearly 5c some young calves light ones 17 heifer calves15 CO plain yearling steers 27 57 old ewes with lambs thrown in went at S2 25 M J Farris bought SIX mules at t50 which were about the only ones that sold The horse market was dull The jKentucky Experiment Station at Lexington has recently published valuable bulletin relating to grapes their culture pruning etc Anyone interested in grapes may obtain it by sending their address to the station M A Scovell Lexington ICy Lutes Co bought of George Rifle a bunch of hogs at 4c and some of 11 W Stigail at 5c They bought a lot of heifers of Wm Ruble nt 3McStanf- ord Journal In these days when chicks are left to hustle for themselves dont forget to provide them with a good sharp grit Wm Holland sold to T J Uurgess 54 hogs aggregate weight 11590 pound at g 12J also 2000 pounds of wool at 20 cents and 400 lambs at 375 per head Georgetown Times GTOROKTOWNLOUKT There were 250 cattle on the innaket Monday at Georcetown with about 150 left unsold Cattle of 700 to 750 pounds weight brought 4 55 to 377 per cwt yearling steers4 cents per pound aud Ion the head i yearling heifers 33 to 4c No sheep or hogs on the market Good horses scarce and high in price A few sold at 75 to 125 W J Case who lives on the Elmore ann ji the Uurgiti community started out this spring with 122 owes which he valued at 450 a head says the Harrodsburg Democrat Tho lot prc duced 100 lambs worth at least J2 CO per head He rounded up recently with 55 ewes and 10 lambs the dogs having killed the rest67 ewes and 00 lambs having fallen victims to the worthless and bloodthiisty cauiues Take your plqw go Into the bottoms where there is a known surplus of rich soil plow four or five inches deep put your team to a common pond scraper and dump on the poor points sufficient ly close When scattered tho soil will be three or four inches in depth More good can be accomplished in one day in this way with one hand and team than twenty years clovering will do fur the reason that clover nor anvthing else will grow where there is no soil Judg ment should he exercised to move only the soil where there is known surplus for to impoverish one point to enrich another would bo bad policy By such treatment of the ore sores on your farms their value will be increased from S to 15 an acre Farmers Home Journal Valley View From The Argent Sheriff II 11 Colyer and Dr Gibson spent Sunday with T J Gibson near hereSteven Brown from Camp Nelson is building a boarding house across the riverThe telephone hue from Lexington now reaches this place a phone being at CIifTside Contractors are pushing the work on the new pike leading from Whitlock to the Kentucky river Miss Margaret Baxters school at Baldwin will close tin 31st with ap propriate exercise Mrs William Ledford who has been quite sick the past week we are glad to note is improving Mr Eugene Land of Lexington will erect a large warehouse across the river in the near future TheWJ Roberts Co saw mill closed down last week for the seasonor until they receive a rnn of logs Mr Harry Prather and wife nee Golden of Richmond are spending a few days with the formers fatherRev J W Prather Dr Elmer NorUicutt was at home over Sunday from Eastern Kentucky where he is interested in the oil de velopment of that section one of the three weeks old twins of Mr and Mrs Alvin Nexvby died last Wednesday The other one is in a precarious condition and not expected Ije OUr Is one of the curious expressions used dropsintoplayed out and wonders why she feels so weak She has not yet realized that the general health isro intimately related to the local health of the womanlyorganism that weakness must follow womanly diseases Restoration- of the enem1 health Invariably follows the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription if regulates the periods dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It tranquilizes the nerves encourages the sleepTherePrescription for there is nothing just as good for womanly ills I wl h to advise the MiCciing women of thlt DrPierceical Discovery writes tra Mary SJappell of Columbus Grove Putnam Co For four years I bad been a uOcrcr from female troubles and at times was unable Jo do even the house pInthatafter talcing five bottles of your medicines I can truthfully say that my health was greatly im I have a goodappet te and am gaining tinttikaMftiguesay find reH f as T have done poaadsandDr illjgfCaS Common Sect Medical n e pagei pIpW coven o2t AMcent sUmp or for hdJr p 1 to live Rev J W Prather our enterprising merchant is building an addition to his residence wHcli will greatly add to the attractiveness of his home Tho gates at Lock No 8 at High Bridge which wero damaged by the recent tide in the river have been re paired and rafts which have been tied up for some time are being locked through the dam T A Sheridan lock and dam con tractor accompanied by O M Browning general manager of the L A were here yesterday on business Mr Sheridans fleet of boats arrived yester day from Lock No8 The first dirt on the contract will he broken today A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CATARRH by the usa of powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste lot in Their powders dry up tho mucuous membranes causing them to crnk open and bleed The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have stifled to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has for many years made a close fitndv and specialty of the treatment of CATARRH hasat last perfect ed Treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but permanently cures CATARRH by removing tho cause stopping the dis charcop and curing nil inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is soul at the extremely low price of One Dollnreach package containing internal and exter nal medicine suHicient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use SNEtFLES is the only perfect CATARRH CURE over made antI is now recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and die Kustine disease It cures all inflamma tion quickly and permanently and is alnn wonderfully quick to relieve hAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH whet nesrlected often leads to CONSUMPTION SXUF FLES will save you If you UFO it at once It is no ordinary lemcdy but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage fused according to the directions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the recular price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sont prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of Ono Dollar Address Dept C 959 ED WIN H GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr Lets SOOt isnt thero something familiar about Lord Salisburys refer ence to a sad but glorious war Didnt Spain use the words a few years ago If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it would bo used in nearly every household us there are few people who do not suffer front a feeling of till ness after eating celuhing flatulent sour stomach or waterbrash caused bv indigestion or dyspepsia A preparation such as Fpepsia Cure which with no aid from the stomach will digest your food certainly cant help but do you good Perry Thomas It would be a case of arrant ingrati tude if Mr Addicks of Dojewaro did not come out in favor of the Hanna Presidential boom Skin affections will readily disappear by using Dd Witts Witrh Hazel Salve Lookout for counterfeits If you got DeWitts you willet good re suits It is the quick and positive cure for pilesPERRY it THOMAS Steel rails have bet advanced flea son The trade will bear it what more do vou want to know Yon arc more liable to disease when your liver and bowels do not act prop erly DeWitts Little Early users re move the cause of disease Perry Thomas The Hawaiian Legislature is in quiring in tones of rage Who doled that hand Now conies tho ship building trust which of course will use a great deal of water ill its business and will have to loire the subsidy bill to enable it to pay dividends on the same DeWitts Little IJarly Risers search the remotest parts of the Ixntls and remove ihe impurities speedily with no discomfortrrjIey are famous for their efficacy Easy to take never grips PERKY THOMAS Do impatient words slip from your lips even when your hands are busy with helpful acts It requires more fortitude to boar up against sordid economies than against sudden shocks There is no surer sign of degeneracy in a woman than a lack of interest in her apparel In order to live long it is necessary to live slowly It pleases a woman to be called sen sible Two Missionary Bereavements From our mission fields come twosad jiiessages this week From Korea we have the tidenga that Mrs Lottie AVitherrpoon Bell wife of Rev Eu gsno Bell of Alokpo Korea and diughter of tile late Dr T DwigLt Withorspoon loll on sleep Friday April 12 She was at home in the mis sion field at the city of ilokpo Mr Bell hail been called away on mission duty Miss Rica Straeffer also from Louisville Ky her colaborer was in an adjoining sown when on WeJues day night April 10 Mrs Bell called ber She was suffering much pain in her lieadly paiiv to which for years she had been subject but which has always yielded to treatment Dr C C Owen and his wife who ia also a phy sician were soon present and used the best of remedies But time Lord had called her and even besoro her bus band could reach home she Jell asleep in Christ Sho wasburied April 19 In the for eign cemetery at Seoul in Korea On Sabbath April 7 silo was with the peoplA of God on earth in their eel ebration of the Lords supper beforet- ime nextlBabbuth she was with the re deemed A sweet testimony to her character and work is found jn the tact which wo find In a private letter from Korea that some of the Korean toothers shod tears of sympathy and uttered not a few expreawqus Of sorrow t Their willing flagoN Wrought for ups who had g eDl life forth in and Ko tbeyQjrhave jjjTjjjj MealIBLUEIII SloeIlyoUt No FussA kNoMuss eMdin Of Good in the the and the pot the may be the by or un the time the of the it the user in a it is with the same care the same for that you any food that goes on your table the reason it costs the a cent a more than its The extra cent you pay for more than a cents of and A of will you more of than you get from other Be sure you get Roasted Coffee Other coffees are but of each pound package Arbucktes Roasted Coffee there Is a list of Articles With each package In which the List Is found the nature on the package In to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all to BROS Notion NEW YORK CITY NY OKLAHOMA p t 0 BY Illinois Central By way of One on the Road By Leaving noon ast 85Only Line Free Chair Cars out of schedules and rates write to R H FOWLER Trav Pass Agt I O R H Louisville Ky Offers the attrac tions Imperial OF THE Kansas City Mo June H and 121901 One Fare for the Trip PLUS 2 B 411 RAT S TO AND UTAH June July August and S ptember One Fare the Round Trip PLUff For further informatloa call on or aidrese R T a Pm rH G t ctl IiilaMI0 MoIch OLI JoffeeSJ growing between coffee flavor changed quality spoiled carelessness inexperience scrupulous methods From Arbuckles Coffee leaves hands grower reaches sealed packet handled watchful thought cleanliness would give article Thats grocer pound cheap imitations Roasled Coffee buys much worth strength pound Arbuckles Coffee give better coffee would package coffees Arbuckles package imitations Arbuckles- In byhimcommunications ARBUCKLE Department Indian Territory Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED Memphis Only Night Louisville OOO Daog Running Reclining Louisville- For following Council MYSTIC SHRINE Round wortn tcc Mti lIRANCISCOCALJuly ATrY FED1JED SPECIAL EXCURSIONS COLORADO ATTWWa- mv OTOWHP4D iii41irLII Begins Anywhere plantation quality cupfuls I am agent for thei Page Wire Fence 3t And wilt sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at An ttu es DurockJersey J T COY Kirksville Ky ratronizo llo m Insur nc Insure your dwellings barns and other prop erty In the BLUB GRASS INSURANCB COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the theStateonehalf after the Seat year PADAMShouso with the County Judge BIchmond Ky may2ily Lotisiff I Atlantic RailroaH Schedule in effect May isoi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND ForVersalllesLawrenceburff Shelibyville Louisville Lexfngton andCinclnnati saopm For Irvine ll56am For Millers Creek 330 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and l156a m SdOpniFromFrom Millers Creek 830 ain C M BROWNING Gen Mgr 1CORStTSlIldt American Beauties We have their in all styles and shapes to fit every figure and every corset issold under thb most W1rrnntIur satisfactory Look for this Trade Mark on inside ofcorset and on box KALAMAZOO CORSET CO KhIYo SME1BY w c GRtqGS IIu DoyIlviUelty doe not dealer keep thorn write to Jthe nearest- agency of STANDARDOIL co4 until of SAN VILEY pTHE CTAILOR Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received Tin elegant lot of e 1MQ RTBD FA RI From New York anti desires to make you an uptodate SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York JI TRY HIM aa Ir W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXIN TON KY I3feb1 V WALLPAPERS FORi9OLJE 11 from the lead ing Factories and have now in stock the largest and most variedstock Jftin Central Ken tucky They are each and everyone marked at a price that simply defies competition From 3c on up to time finest hand goods All new designs and colors Yellows Blues Pinks Greens Reds Etc You are most cordially In vited to call and iaspcct our selection GeDM WillgiDg Wail = Oil Os 5 209 W Main StiJ- UOHMOHOKT Any oneneed 7Iing a Sewing Machine will find th- eStandard + And Norwood upIdimes on tIme market Call in anil ex amine these WL goodsI xB1 HMK IkMAIN Srr- ti 7I + TO QUIT 1jIREPAIRINGAND WATCHES r j LE LANE eDe e xebab All Work6urafcei Street- RICHMOND KY 7r7IB Y close and careful inspection you will find our line o- tRefrigarators Boxes AND Water Coolers The Best and Lowest i THE STANDARD FOD OMFANt EET RICHMOND KY fA I 7 7- BU81NE88au Having decided quit business we will sell our entire ++8ST BOOTS SHOES ETC expecttonever have another opportunity like this We have be bedisposedquoted some of our prices Ladies Fine S 3 50 now go at S 2 00 h 3 00 2 15 2 50 1 85 2 00 160 150 100 Fine 4 00 now go at S 3 00 it t it 3 50 2 60 i it 3 00 35 if u 2 50 1 75 it I Ci tt2 00 1 60 Mens Bootees 5 00 3 60 t 4 00 3 00 proportionThe Shoes and allothers same cut rates Call and you want we will do the rest 4+44 4++++ Main Street Court House A SPECIALTY 8 Main Ice Prices the9 F761 to Shoes worth Mens Shoes worth at early select what Opp Freeman Broso tutttiTHE NEWIc A1Jt y fltYr A izut TOiOELESS CULTIVATOR CLAIMS The advantages possessed by uThe New Departure over all otner Cultivators are 1bcIvery numerous anul valuable Space llwill not prernit naming all of them Briefly we ran maintain for The Now Depar ture lJl s 1 That it is tho most simple in con struction and earnest operated 2 Time front or carriage Is composed entirely of iron and steel W occupieslittle lI4 It is more durable and will outlast any other Cultivator 4- fLt 5 It cost the farmer less for repairs 6 It is lighter and requires less draft from the team 7 It has no down draft or side pres sure r er 8 It causes no sore necks or galled 4l- t shoulders lJ9 It has no complicated evenerearh is compelled to do ha shilreofworkA1Whorse Mhe pitch of the braces can be adjusted to a 1Tnicety It runs steadier over crossfurrows p and uneven ground 12 On side hill ground the wheels are 4 always retained in the path of the team by the draft 13 It will plow closer to the fences at the ends of rows 14 It has the celebrated Patlee Shovel which give the most perfect sat i1action 15 It leaves the teams with and shoulders and in sonndneckln for the harvest 18 The New Departure hating a higher and l J wider clearance will pass over corn in the most advanced stage cultivation with the InjurY to the tall stalks whereas with lI4least cultivators the neck yoke tongue and come ia contact with the row of plants and detrov a large percentaev of the taller talks when layiagby UUUGIAS SIMMONSIt lURDYAIE STQTO TAiEIK IlPLIEWT mehily IfiiiIIIIii