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Ir Thir 1t r i I d 4 THE RICHMONOLIMAX I fOLUME 28z RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 26 1902 NUMBER 44II Winter is Not Over Vetq 8F c7 AND WE HAVE ON HAND One Moors Air Tight Heater One Radiant Home Air Tight And about Six 6 Plain Stoves that we will sell at Actual cost To get the space for other goods We want the room for the ONLY PLOW ON EARTH and no other plow will go under the earth like the t I t I Oliver Chilled We have just gotten a fresh line of Collars Hames Back bands and PlowBridles and everything else to make another crop and will sell the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE as we have always done lieIi SHACKEIFORD CO Main Street Ifot RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWE splendid assortment of FURNITURE+ + + s+ ++4 which is more extensive now than ever Every line is entitling with Holiday selections To properly celebrate tho season YOU will probably desire somo new piereSWe have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron Beds full stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety find beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever offered Rockers any style you may vieh Conches v cry latest desipia See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rugs + 4+4 +++ + + ++ + ++ t+++++ + i JO S JOPLIN i 220222 W Main Street i Undertaking a Specia tyEmbalmerEvans and Director Jr has mal Richmond the best market on Hides Skins old Hones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes mid Boots Zinc ji all other Junk stock there is on earth When other people can M goml price Thunnan can pay better prices always the high s Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them nil the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES If- Thurman Grocery Co u I WAN YOUR WALL PAPER Orders and as I have not had rIthe pleasure of showll1l you my samples of WALL PAPER and Room Mouldings Every body that has yet seen them pro I nounce them p Far Superior to Any They have ever seen If you an ticipate doing any Decorating this spring I can not only show you the ureatest variety of good Papers ever shown but can nc imlly SAVE YOU MONEY The fame papers that I show ion are shown by Imrtv Wai PaperCo in their imm ne stores in St Lnu Chicago Let me know when I may clal at von rpeldence aud qhow you this line of goods postal card will bring them to your door 3tn2flVi P BAXTER Cl koS Great Reduction in Clocks For ONE WEEK to make more I room youcan buy froth us a reliable clock guaranteed for one year considerabl less than our usual selling price Ask to see our Electric Parlor Clocks Something uew never needs winding L VICTOR BOGAERT 57 East Main Street LEXWGTW KY u1IjI GOOD ROADS Government Should Foster and Assist in Building Public Highways The United States is ahead of almost every other coun try in the world in the way ofmaterial development ex cept one and in that respect it is behind and far behind every other country in Eu rope We refer to the matter of public roads The roads of Europe are perfect metal highways while ours in the main for a part of the year are almost impassable on account of mud We think Congress should turn its at tention to this matter as more important than a river and harbor bill or even the build ing of the Nicaraguan canal While the railroads of the United States in the lastcen tury did more for the development of the country than any other one thing the im provement of our highways up to the standard of those in England and Germany will accomplishas much as the building of railroads have done There was never a better time when we have a large surplus in the treasury to begin such development The money would go back to the people and the country would be advanced a hundred percent Let Congress appropriate 50000000 for the buildingof public roads with the condition that not more than 1000 per mile should be used for the same and only when the state had appro priated 500 per mile and the county 500 per mile This would give 2000 per mile which with its modern machinery would insure the construction of the best high ways Not a dollar of the government money should go to any State that did not agree through its legislature to ap propriate 500 per mile and not a dollar to the county which would not add 500 per mile Such a law would in sure the building of roads where people want them and where the road spirit is ad vanced The roads could be built by the government un der the direction of their en gineers and kept up by the counties through which they passed Under such a system of road building the wealth of this country in ten years would increase greater than in any ten years of its previous history It would be worth ten times as much as the Philippines and cost ten times less in the end No living person is better qualified than Mr Graham author of Schley and San tiago to write intelligently experienceThe ibid much satisfaction in read ing this book as it contains an account by an eyewitness and places the credit where it rightly belongs While the narrative is intensely interesting the Work will be of much historical value and should be read by all patri otic Americans both young andoldOil City Blizzard A Wife Says We have four eMdren With the first three suffered almost unbearable pains from J2 to 14 hours and had to be placed under the influence of chloroform I used three bottles of Mothers Friend before our last child dice which k 4t strong fat and healthy boy doing my housework up to within two hours of birth and suffered but afew hard pains This hal mznt is the grand est remedy ever made Mothers Friend will do for every woman what it did for the Minnesota mother who writes the above letter Not to use it during pregnancy is a mistake to be paid for in pain and suffering Mothers Friend equips the patient with a strong body and clear intellect which in turn are imparted to the child It relaxes the muscles and allows them to expand It relieves morning sIckness and nervousness It puts all the organs concerned In perfect condition for the final hour so that the actual labor Is short andpractically paintfg Dan ger of rising or hard breasts is altogether avoided and recovery is merely a matter ol ajew days IjruzcltJ Mil Mother1 FrUnd far Ii a bottle The Bradflcid Regulator Co Atlanta Ga Seed for our fse Illustrated boot jL- Affairs at Berea The old students and pat ents of those now at Berea College will be glad to know anything in regard to the col lege that pertains to the in terest of those here or who expect to come Among the several things I would be glad to speak of I will select this one to tell you ofand I feel it will be of special interest toevery read er of this paper since so many of them are either Baptist or sympathize with the Baptist churchUntil last fall I am told the college allowed the students to attend the church of their choice on the Sabbath but they are now trying to force the students to leave the Bap tist church on Sunday nights and come to the college service They have also forced many away from the Baptist Sunday School where the stu dents want to attend They have repeatedly an nounced to the students in different ways that they must leave the Baptist Sunday School and preaching on Sun day nights and come to the college preaching This is not right It is ta king from the students the right to worship where they wish to We believe in free dom of worship A short time ago they said to all the deacons of the Bap tist church who happened to all be students in school that they must leave their church on Sunday night and come to their worship Mr D G Bales the senior deacon of the Baptist church left school just because he was compelled to leave his church and worship with themI that it is well for the students to know this before they come and they will know what to expect We have a fine Eaptist church here of 216 members I am the pastor and will be glad to have any of our people from the mountains to visit us when they come to Berea- I hope all who can will get an education and yet be allow ed to retan their religious convictions H F AULICK Long Term of Service A Lawrenceburg dispatch to the CourierJournal says Tom Grayson an old color ed man of this city probably has a longer term ofservice in one situation to his credit than any other negro in the State When the late Judge W H McBrayer began busi ness of distilling whisky at Cedar Brook in 1858 Gray son then a sprightly young man was given charge of his warehouses and remained in that position until the Civil War when he enlistedand served one year in the United States army After his dis charge he was given his old position by Judge McBrayer and has held it ever since During his term of service in this position he has seen the business grow from its mod est beginning until it is to day one of th famous distil leries of the world During all this time no person has ever seen Tom Grayson in toxicated Carefnl honest and conscientious in the discharge of his duties all the successive owners of this dis tillery have found it to their interest to retain him in their service He has a personal acquaintance with nearly ev ery man who has served as storekeeper or gauger in this district and with most of the storekeepers and gaugers in the State In all these years he has never missed a day from his work except when he was in the army during the Civil War The book Schley and San tiagQ is out It is said that copies will be sent to the president King Edward to the representatives of the United States abroadand the commanders of foreign navies It is all right to sup ply the books to the persons mentioned but evidently one has been omitted who might read the work to some advan tage His name is Maclay Spokane Spokesman1u HOWIEAItD CHILDDoes your horse feel his oats What a difference between the grainfed and the grassfed horse r The first strong and full of ginger the second flabby weak and tired out before he begins The feedingmakes the difference Children are not alike either One is rosy brighteyed full of life and laughter another is pale weak and dull The feed ing again is responsible Sickly children need special feeding They dont feel their oats Scotts Emulsion adds just the right richness to their diet It is like grain to the horse The child gets new appetite and str9ng digestion Scotts Emulsion is more than food It is a strong medicine It rouses up dull children puts new flesh on thin ones ondred blood into pale ones It makes children grow Scotts Emulsion makes ordi- food qnary do its This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and ison the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT DOWNE 409 Pearl SL New York soc and Ji all druggists He Won the Governor The following story is go ing the rounds of the press in regard to exGovernor Hogg of Texas The exGovernor is one of the new millionaires of the Beaumont oil field He made early investments there and has reaped a rich harvest He has been at Beaumont lately looking after his interests At the hotel at Beau mont his particular waiter was one George a sableskin ned gentleman of numerous accomplishments The Gov ernor valued him highly Each day at dinner George received from the Governor his tip 1 George reveled in wealth He was the enyied of all the other waiters He was the happy possessor of a good thing The other day when the Governor entered the diningroom a strange darkey stood behind his chair Wheres George asked the Governor brusquely The new waiter bowed low Ise youh waitah now sab he said softly But wheres George again asked the Governor Again his new retainer assur ed him Ise youh waitah now The Governor looked up from his paper sharply He was somewhat mystified and with increasing emphasis demanded to know where George was anyhow Well you see sah began the newcomer with some hesitation Gawge and I was out las night playing craps Gawge went broke I won his pile Then here his voice drop ped lower and his manner was confidentialhe put you up agin three dollahs and I won So Ise youh waitah An Eater A few days ago quite a number of the boys had as sembled in Dick Pikes gro cery store at Brodhead and among the number was one Josiah Wiggings who doubt less being just a little hun gry at the time made Dick the proposition that he would give him 55 cents for what he could eat Dickhaving heard Wiggins say that he had been sick for several days and that his stomach was in very bad condition accepted the offer and Wiggins proceeded to make his order which includ ed Scans of oysters 2 cans of sardines 5 cents worth of cheese and crackers and a quart of sharp apple cider all of which was soon made way with and then proposed to eat a pound of candy five cents worth of raisins and two cUps of maple sugar if anyone wouldpay for it but no one offering to do so Wig gins bade them goodby say that he must hurry home and get some stove wood 156 his wife could get supper Mt Vernon Signal A Floating Mountain This story came from Bur gin A report reaches here from Bryantsville a sjmal village east of here to the effect that the people of that place are in a state of tue wildest excitement over the recent discovery of a floating knob on the farm of Dr G A TraylorSDr Traylors farm is one of the finest in the country and is perfectly level with the exception of the knob which is now creating so much excitement It covers an area of several acres and is GOO feet high being barren no vegetation ofany kind hav ing ever grown on it Dr Traylor discovered few days ago that the knob had sepa rated from the earth and ap peared to be floating around as if on a large body of water The space between the sepa rated bodies is about six inches from which there limits a sound like boiling gas though no gas has ever issued therefrom The floating knob moves in a rotary manner and is very perceptible Tis said that some of the people who live in the immediate vicinity of the movingbod are fixing to move away believ ing it to be a voung volcano getting ready for action Reports say that the people in that locality are dumfounded over the strange phenomenon and waiting with great eager ness new developments in the case that may throw some light on the matter He Took it Cold Senatorelect McCreary of Kentucky has been in Washington looking over the body in which he will soon take a seat McCreary is a great cam paigner said John W Yer kes the Internal Revenue Commissi ner When he went the rounds of his district he kissed all the babies praised the cooking of the housewives judged the cattle of the farmers and adapted himself to all circumstances One night he drove up to the house of a farmer to stop all night but arrived after the supper hour Thegood woman of the house insisted on getting his supper but he resistedand said he would take anything cold she had She told him she had some cold ham and some cold bis cuits and would warm the coffeeNever mind warming the coffee madam said McCreary I prefer it cold Next morn ing at breakfast thegood lady handed him a cup of sickly looking liquid sayings Governor you seemed to enjoy the cold coffee so much I saved some for your break fast Times The report is now sent out from Clarksville that it rain ed fish and turtles in that city a few days ago It is most likely that the water that those fish and turtles appear ed in is now in one of that citys many lakes and ponds Ambition and contentment seldom travel together ALL WOMEN Wine of Carded is the guardian of a womans health and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing Hooding and miscarriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as the change of life WINECARDU1cures womb and menstrual irregularity in efery form It is valuable in every trying period of a womans life It reinforces tho nervous system acts directly on the genital organs and Is tile finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 8100 bottle o Wine of Cardui BfttMTlUe AlL July 1900 Dlidifferenthomes all tho time I have three g1rIl and they arousing it with Mrs KATE BEOWDEBJ For ch4U14t1tratnriatIdm 1yth- CiynptnI rite Lad1is Depert OMtaLWQ5 Od1dfl IC f0lll1 Do You Know That Buggies and Carri ages are from 5 to StO cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have good selection on our floor You save money by buying nowand 5 of prices Ej Us SS+ 7I7f eAkHm I71 c + Q C fr t The Inclemency a the Weather qualIty hirligfl Donelson FIF 7 IIfaused a great many of our La dJto not get out during o- urOPENING i M p Iff And in order to not disappoint them J iwehave kept a great many of the f tJ SilkSkirts J rj wi 7r 1 + Store any time during the I I hj Next 20 Days + j +IfWe guarantee perfect fits in all garments sold A greatmany beautiful suits and skirtstJIfarebeing shown in this line our new silks new wash fabrics J A embroideries wash piques whiteMhroods linens novelties in dress 1 v j iJust ivtamfj of If If SYmmeau = S aQ = Corsefts J J In all the new leading shapes and girJdies our prIces on mattings Veryespeetfully7J 1i W OLDHAM CO u C aL3 i 71 III 71 717fI u j7I 7I 75 u F7I 7f 7 FROFESSIONAl CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOI SB f LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office the Bnrnam Building next doer to armors Bank eb3ly ScrIJLJVANJA ATrORNYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office Second street over Chen ults grocery W FLETCHER AtlorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY B SOflice over Taylor Bros StoreI JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLOR AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tht 10e Ccilini building iS and 10 Sec end Street ono Voue t drugstore 17 GRAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURtEO Graduate Ontario Vetentuuy it Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty aOmce at my stable on corner First and Water Streets Rlchmoqd ly aprtly B C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Buildiner Main Street relephone at residence lbs Carr place on Broadway ICHUOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY D3NTAL SUSQSHY Dr XJaVwAwvo 5L ttODSOt DBrrIIIT OP LODISVILLE KT office nutdoor to Government Building UcbmSndKy Office lourw to 121 to 4 noTl7ly Harry M Blanton 55 DENTIST 33OClce In Bennett liaildlog IJanly TELEPHONE 0 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndqn Wednesday April 91902 V y tii cost more another season of materials are going up John Prop J F I I 1 J Get D Q National on on old tjt 196 L 71 71 = +71 ow Interest You j Certainly we can Every farmer and house 7i keeper in Madisonjcounty will need something in our the farmer we particularly F call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Plows and other implements neces sary to the cultivator of all crops and to the housekeeper we call attention to our line of 71 Modal Steel Ranges Southern Queen Cooking linefficarryFplacffiagents the celebrated Studebaker Farm Wagon which is the finest and most durable wagon on the market We make a specialty of Tin Hoofing and Guttering MrSW D Buckley one of the best tinners in Ken Call7ri+ of you an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR = BROS oooNEW STORlEooo Let us supply your wants and needs in the ai GROCERY LINEOur goods are fresh having recently embarked in this busi CHEAPEST is to supply the table with EVERYTHING that is required youtorrr 11J Turkeysandneed of anything for the table call up 113 and your orders will be promptly and correctly filled Give us a trial order and we will have an opportunity to prove what we claim Powell Bros I rMcKee Bldg E Main RICHMOND KY For more than thirty years that r have been engaged in the manu literaQdsulla IS leastamountofNt1wthaninexperiencedmany other advantages practical exclusive paint man Onecan makingcern in Central Kentucky and nlY constantly Increasing trade tee peaedthiousantJantplease YOu P Try us Givo us a trial and you will be surprised athow much b tt rwe doYoursr+ t++ + + pt GEO SL WILLGING BotfIImweatMain Street RICHMOHt KY j TT EI 1 o I r 1 he Richmond Climax f 0 CHENAULT President A D MILLEH Manager ROUT S OEOWE Editor WEDNESDAY MAR 20 1902 The rUKLlSHF1 Climax KVEKY pi trco Incorporated WE have not yet recovered from the great shock which was administered 13T the in telligence that on Friday last the Senate of the United States uispite the universal demand that the life of the august head of this gover ment should be protected more effectually and dispite the fact thataur valorous Sen ators are thirsting for the blood of Nihilists passed a bill making only plain simple old fashioned death the penalty for killing or attempt ing to kill the President vliile for the wicked person who threatens to kill the President only ten years im prisonment is reserved It is astounding to us that our worthy representatives in that body can be so derelict in the performance oftheir du ties that they can so far for get themselves as to allow the rustcovered motheaten fallacies of bygone republican principles to deter them in the discharge of their mani fest duty even though it does destroy at one fell swoop the freedom of speech in the privacy of ones home of SO 000000 citizens THE Winchester Democrat of Friday under the aption of An Unholy Alliance devotes a column to the schoolbook qUEstionrrhe article is well written and shows the author te well acquainted with the subject of which he writes He shows in no uncertain wayjiow the American Book Company has an awful grasp on Kentucky and a grasp that is drawing tighter every year It is it well known fact that the Book Trust has to a large extent had its own way in this State but as yet few realize how great its power is It may be a surprise to some to learn that so great a concern would bother about so small a thing as a county election however it is a fact that there are counties in this State as in others in which this giant corporation con trols the election of trustees and other school officers Kentucky will be dominated by the monster until the people awake to put him down Let us hope it will not be long Gov BECKHAM has vetoed the antidocking bili it being the only bill of any importance he has turned down this year In defense of his refusal to sign the bill he said that while he recognized the barbarity of the practice the i CihufOMiCo LEXINGTON KY Let Us Get Together11 Its Time yourIIrintitll tiino to think of US You cannot be too particular about your WitilPaper you wAr artistic delicate pleasing combinations of colors YOU WANT designs that attract YOU WANT a large and varied stock to select from 4 YOU WANT wide variety of prii cej You want intelligent cour teous gervico YOU WANT prompt careful neat work awl shove all you want cU c21ctk ucs We are prepared to meet all these wants iiv the fullest measure apd t earnestly askari inspection of our stack liefore you place yourorder Kemember 5 738 K W lJloc papers are our strong Hnds C1F1BroerCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LGTd X 1 ptht L I question had narrowed itself down to a matter of business and sentiment and he decided to support the business end When business and sentiment lock horns sentiment looks like 30 cents r For Sale Two splendid building lots in the- bet part of the city Qne is 60x204 and the other 100x300 For terms np ply at this office mchSGtf Escaped in Daylight William Gillespie who was in jail at Inez Martin county broke through the roof on the lay he was to have been hied and escaped lie walked through the streets in broad daylight and no one molested him the officers all be log busy at tho court house arranging for the trial WANTED Reliable man for Manager of Branch Office we wish to Open in tins vioinfty there is a good opening for the right man Kindly give good reference when writing The A T Mourns WHOII ALK HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Ulustrattdcatalo lIo 4 cents stamps ineliS Gt To Save the Elms Those who have English elms and want to save them had better be up and doing The beetle has worked on them the past two summers pud at the third attack the trees die There is just one way to save them and that is to bore a hole in the trunk a footer two from the ground fill it with sul phur and plug the hole with tr or putty The sulphur goes up with the sop and no insect will stay on the leaves Final Oats Ever Grown The finest oats ever gtown iti Ky that yields more and two weeks earlier than any other and better adopted to this soil and climate is handleJ ex elusively by Y H Lillard Danville For reference inquire of J S Collins J W Smith Richmond W S Row land Bright Fox Danville 111 Dunn Lancaster George Robertson MarccIIus Ky 80 cents per bushels on board cars at Danville Sacks ex ira Sample of oats at this office 3t A Curiosity Attorney McLeod lodged a deed at the County Clerks ofllce the other day that was a curiosity Two entire pages of legal p1iore than were used in writing the deedwere plastered over with revenue stamps ir denominations of 1 cent 2 cents 2 cents and on up to iSl The citys stock of documentary revenue stamps happened to be low that day antI check freight receipt and oven proprietary medicine stamps collected from drug stores were called into into use to make up the amount of u2o There were 1SS stamps altogether Voodford SunJLargest Sale of Whisky on Record What is said to be the largest single deal in whisky was closed at Cincin nati Tuesday All of the holdings of the Tyrone wai chouses of T U Ripy including over forty thousand barrels was bought by D K Weiskopf West ern representative of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company CompauyIios to goods Ho is now in failing health which is the cause of his disposing of his stock The average prico of his goods WPS close to fifty cents por gal ton and aggregated 1000 000 Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the pretent year that it has determined to allow a discount of 2oc per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofjgas from 200 to 175 JBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delhi quent Peon will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1001 dec4 tf Painted The Jail Whon Burn or Ralston who was arrested at Irvine last week passed through this city ho was peddlIng mucilage pencils and other smallarticles On Wednesday Sheriff Wagers tele graphed the officers at Irvine to arrest the peddler hut liS thin peddler had not gotten to town the diligent offi cers captured the man who looked most like a peddler This happened painterImake the best of the embarrassing situation He called for his paints and brushes and began to decorate the walls of his prison When tho Rich mond officers entered the jail they were surprised at the beautiful mural decorations and were at once convinced that the simple minded artist could never rob a bank orjiold up a train On the walls were beautiful vines and trees with roses and morning lories blooming every where The old Irvine jail had in a few hours been converted into a garden of beauty un der the artist ina ic hand and it was with regret that time jailer and prisoners saw him leave His Death Foretold Tim following story comes from a local paper from Greensbnrg It may seem strange but nevertheless it is said to be true About two years ago Mr George Workman who was Deputy Coroner of Green county found a turkey egg in his barn lot and upon the shell were the initials of his name the date of his birth and the date of his death These dates were plainly visible on the shell and were seen by several people Tbtfcircumstaiices greatly annoyed Mr Workman lie believing that some evil would overtake him Three or four monthsatter finding the egg Mr Workman in company with Mr John Marshall who was theCoroner was in time lower part ofthe county fort bo pur pose of serving some papers They stopped at a spring to get water and Workman was in a stooping position taking a drink when his pistol fell from his poket was discharged and he was killed instantly Tho day of hisdlathccorresponded with the datr on the egg It is said that tIme egg Is still in possession of Mrs Workman who lives Sri Green county Pr is an abbreviation frequently nscd to express the felatlonsof patient touts physician Ii i j March April May There is a best time for doing everything that is a time when a thing can be done to the best ad vantage most easily and most ef fectively Now is the best time for purifying your blood Why Because your system is now trying to purify ityou know this by the pimples anM other eruptions that have como on your face and body floods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to take they do the work thoroughly and agreeably arid never fail to do it Hoods are the medicines you have always heard recommended rt cannot recommend Hoods Sarrtijarllla too highly as a spring medicine When we take It in the spring we all feel betterthroueh the summer MRS S H NEAL McCrays ia Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps tho promise n Stouffer Mahler If you are contemplating having a suit of clothes made see what Stpulfer Mahler have to say on the subject Their new ad is in lodays CLIMAX so if you dont want to miss something you had better read it AT THE COURT HOUSE E 15 Frazier and Columbus Frazier qualified as administrators of the estate of Charles T Frazier David R Tevis administrator of the estate of Miss Sndie Russell- J W Martin administrator of the estate of Winnie S Broaddus with D II Chenanlt ns surety The following Notaries Public quali fled Thos J Smith with Keala Bennett as security Node Bennett with Thos J Smith as security T J Shel ton with C H Hamilton security- J C Lackey appeared and tiled bond as janitor and custodian of the Court House Stops tho Cough find Works c2 the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay lrice 25 rents Easter Gifts f have become almost as fashionable as Christmas gifts a visit to our store will convince you ot this Our new Jewelry and novelties for spring wear are the very latest and most fashiona bit in style and pattern We have many articles at small cost which will double the richness of the ladies Easter costumes Visit us and see our stock buy or not you are cordially welcomed VICTOR BOGAKRT Manufacturing Jeweler Importer 57 E Main street Lexington Our motto is roliablo goods bottom prices and fair dealing Scm Comments en Gilberts Speech For the Climax The speech delivered in Congress February 24ult by lou George G Gilbert well deserves the thanks and highest praise of his constituents The scholarly attainmets breadth of social historical anil geographical knowledge apparent in this address are quite ab normal even in congressional halls and places the speaker far above the mere politician or place hunter For more than forty years the writer has been a careful observer of political characters and conditions and no where have we perceived a clearer fn sight of historical precedents climatic influences social andreligious influcn cos and prejudices than in his address It carries tis back to ISIS when Tom Corwin hurled his anathemas at the Democratic party for warring with a feoble and inferior people However Gilbert employes none of that spread eaRlo style that distinguished Corwin His speech plain and to the point should carry conviction to the most obdurate and convince any thinking and reasoning mind that the Philippine war is not only useless but an outrage on humanity and disgrace to tho American people We sincerely hope every Democrat in the district will read his speech It proves that in our pres ont representative we have the combined qualities of time student the scholar the philosopher find tIle states man J S R Orlando Ky What does it profit a woman if she gain the whole world of knowledge and lose her own health Young women students and school teachers eager ambitious and full of energy very often neglect their health in the strug gle to gain education They pat in sufficient food and at irregular hours womanIyresult is that they become chronic in valids with all their education practically worthless There is a plain road back to health for such as these marked by the feet of thousands It is tho use of Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery for diseases of the stom ach and digestive and nutritive organs Prescriptionforwomanhood A cure so certainly fol lows tIme use of these remedies that out of hundreds of thousands who have tried the treatment ninetyeight in every hundred have been and cured Constipation with its calamitous consequences which is n common ailment of students run hI entirely cured by theuse of Dr Pierces pleasant pellets The following are leported from Mor cer county Messrs B R Sanders TIre sold SO head of export cattle to Simon Veil at S3C5 per cwt Banta Bros Fold a car load of two yearold mules to a Tennessee party for 92 per head Mr A Sanders bought of Torn Arnett in Lame county 61 head of 1338lb cattle at 540 per cwt They were shipped to Louisville and sold for Autioneor Den B Peak reports 200 cattle on the market with a few left unsold Two eaNlds brought 30 to 33 60 per head best vcnrlings 24 to 26 milch cows S28 to35 mules 80 to 125 good horses 125 to 150 plugs 30 to 175Georgetown Times Hows ThitiWe cUer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cufe F J CHEESYE Co Prom Toledo1 Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions ami financiallv- ble to carry out any obliAlltionliJade- br their firm West Truax Wholesale druggist Toledo Ohio Wnldiug Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo Ohio is taken inter nally actingdirectly upon urn blood and mU OUR surfaces of the system Prica 7oc per bottle SoW by all drug gists Testimonials ree Halls Family Pills are the Lest lin Men arc always taking advantage of the lat that B woman will Eve up EV erytbhmtgfor bye f i L DO YOU WANT To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange anv kind of property Write me with all time particulars as I may be able to help you Address M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12Jecly Hear Ralph mn ham If a married man would know him self he would set his Tife to introduce him One Box Cures Eczema- I had a very severe cab of eczema and tried several remedies given me tiy liflerent druggists but they did not give mo satisfaction Mr Eytnann recommended vour Remicks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOscar tchilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by L Middlfiton 6uuely Dont forget to go to hear Ralph Bingham at time Court House Monday night March 31 Lila Guards Time Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of the British household troops They nre gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart Is proud of them Not only the Kings household but yours ours everybodys should have its life guards Tho nerd ot them is especially great when the greatest foes of life find allies in the very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month of March Time best way that we know of to guard against these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsaparilla the greatest of allure guards It removes time conditions in which these diseases make their most successful attack gives vigor nnd tone to all the vital or gamma and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remem bee the weaker the system the greater the exposure tojdisease Hoods Sar saparilla makes the system strong 1m Its a mistake to suppose the art of conversation consists of asking questions Cures Eczema and HcliiiiR Humors Through The Wood Cost Nothing to Try it B B B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for Eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boiles carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the woist and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skin Botanic Blood Balm is the only euro to stay cured for these awful annoying skin Other remedies may relieve troublesI B actually cures ieals every sore and theJtestimonials of cures by Botanic Blood Balm B B B Druggists SI Trial treatment free and prepare1 by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given until cured 2 Few people are so greedy as to take both sides of an argument Not a Minute to Loose it you are wet awl feel chilled to the bone after a tramp through a storm Get into dry clothes at once and warm PerryDavllittle sugar Thus you will avoid a cold and possibly a long sickness Time precaution is worth while There is but otto Painkiller Perry Davis Its not very often you find a mans wife the bosom friend of the woman who thinks she has a mission to help him Every Mother Knows how hard it is to keep the children covered up at night They till Rick the quits otIS and take cold Do not give them mediiino containing opium Allens Lung Balsam freo from narcotic drugs is neyer more useful than when it rilthe children of cold and saves tho mother anxiety It makes a friend of everyone who uses it Lockjaw From Ccbwebs Cobwebs put on a cut lately gavel woman lockjaw Millions know that time best timing to put on a cut is Buck Ions Arnica Kalve the infallible healer of Wounds Ulcers Sores Skin Erup tions Burns Scalds and Piles It ures or no pay Only 25c at Perry Thom as drug store To name a cigar after an actress doesnt make it draw any better Ttttcr SaUKhciim and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inc lent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad iseee lave been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frostbites ind chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr kllys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Prioi 25 jents per package It is well to profit by our mistakes but is better not to make any The Vice ol Nagging Clouds the happiness of the home helpSuein health that trifles annoy her If sue is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells sue needs Electric bitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and be OnlyWeisfaction lm The busy foundryman and the fly fisherman will soon be casting lots Cant Keep it Secrel Time splendid work of Dr Kings lightNoBowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing Con stipation Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice nnd Indigestion Try them 25c at Perry Thomas drug store lm When a mans breath smells of cloves his conversation is not necessarily spicy ff ccmiineLaxativethe remedy that cniya n cold In one day Its the woman that is never really whose words carry wait MRS L M BUCKLEY will not havea special s- OPENING 4y but wilt be prepared after VJdndiy Mrc 2DJ to show a beautiful line of MILLINERY G D TO OUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Whenever a widow bccins to make inquiries as to a bachelors financial condition sue means business j Rose Comb White Leghorns ja The Midwinter Egg Machines Eggs from prize winning stock 1For 151 H S G MORGAN mar2G2m WHITES STATION KY URE Y URD Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Vance Eczema Ditttampor and Fits nnd all tho ills dog flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons Flea and Shampoo Soap ib the onlv log soap on the market guaranteed to kill fleas For sole by PERRY THOMAS marlRtf If viconsider seriously and your and investigate 4i of Time Perfection vI 17 Mutual Pool ofiFutureEventsj Kentucky Derby Metropolitan Brooklyn anti Snrhul ban Handicaps American Derbyetc Estimated value of ch pool 100 000 TICKETS SI EACH For entries circular and full particulars address Mutual Assn Milton Lexington Kentucky Lexington City Natl Bank 26mar8w Public Sale I will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder on Tuif April J 1QL at 2 oclock p in the storehouse and lot belonging to the of R X White located on the south Bide of Main in Richmond Ky between time buildings occupied the State Bank Trust Co mind the Rich mond Bank The sale will t take place in front of time property and I tho terms and conditions thereof will I be announced before the sale begins A BURNAM w Executer of It X White A C c ++++++ +s r i The Uncertain LifeLd ujAASSASAAAA4y T Vanil time certainty of death silence till arU I t moot against Life Insuranco Every maim knows he ought to have it but niztnyof then allow trivial matters toprevent their taking i- tit i h1 fb i 1Jr afy c you belong to the careless class intelligently qj situation the merits New Poli cvof tho e estate street by P V ++ ++4 +++ + + + 4 H Mutual 9 t tCo of Ky + ++ ++++ +4 ++++ + timm I J I J C BECK JR SPECIAL AGT 4State Bank t Trust Company Ky tt I SHOPIIN OUR TAILOR youll find a of fall and winter suit ings And find who are to inake up anv of these to your liking We do not cheap tailors We handle any goods thut could de our We cannot with sweatshop readymade when price is the sole thou but when style anti fit and wear are duly we can and do with all ready madegoods and all other taiors STOUFFER MAULER Tailors DEAL AT n can as we in s of all or all of all us a us our new of of all can we to of us G l e The Reference National The Life Itichmond very elaborate variety youll workmen competent suitings exactly employ donot possibly prectnte excellent reputation compete clothes considera considered compete oooHurs Bros Department Store East End and you get your wants keep everything Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc I kinds for men and boys Tailormade readymade the latest and prices lower than others Our Shoe IILINEalls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware kinds Hardware Etc Give call Let show you large line GENERAL MERCHANDISE kinds We save you money Remember still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget ask for stamps when purchasing goods Repst PHONE HURST BROS TTeI I15 Ot1 eT Sweepstakes YoungMgr Insurance It is timeyou were thinking about your u5Q 3reand therefore it is time to think of us v You cannot be too particular about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied stock to select from You want wide variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service and rightpricesWethese wants in the fullest measure and ask an of our stock beforepracingyourorler jj p3 WSOldhamCor2dandlrvineSts- l RIcHMOND Iniratly KENTUCKY L J l h O i i f Lj b l i jL4 Jt We Treat You D The whole Year 0Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality wool zephyr closily knit assorted solid colors 15 cents each Fancy combination fleecelined Hoods closely i knit stitched all over with silk floss at 23c each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c each r Mens Handkerchiefs DI The best 5 cent Handkerchief ever pro- ducedi staple borders of Red and Blue also plain White at5c each L1 The leader bf the lIneMens Softest fin ished French Handkirchiefs Lawn one inch t polkalc4effects at IOc il Silky Jananette Cloth Uandkerchlefsone Il inch hem white silk initial in corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at c Main First r a 0 fz Z I i q 1 Which makes your business safe andsound For bargains such as here are found Willalways help you hold yourUground Childrens Cloaks Fancy colored Eiderdown Rood weight turn over collar edgedtvhii white Angora fur lima throughout with cream colored Flannelette npr the best values ever produced was now SUe Cloth Cjoaks in dark blue and red with Int sailor collar opliqued in white silk braid at and gl 00 W1 fin town see us When at homewri us In either case wall ve Yau Money fJJIIIIt in the 1 rL1 When Ladles Handkerchiefs 1 Sheer High Grade Lawn Hnndktrrh f onehalf inch bemstitcbed border 6c No 2131 Hemstitched half inch made of soft Swiss cred all around In patterns white chain work flowers and leaf pattt well worth 15c at iOu Ladies Swiss Handkerchiefs with bonlr of real taco flower designs 26e Novelty Mumers in popular 0010m1 iof grade English Serge JtaM u C Ja 5 ax Bet 5n8t5 superior quality White Quilt made of bleached yarn in new d IOxford size each a new Spread that has just been added to the line size 70S1 fihish 2ply yarn nobby raised centers hemmed at ODe each f R Quality 333 high grade rnrsai1le Quilts sine ex ft A Drive in Genuineheavy weight large floral center patterns SUfICMtDtd novel groupings of ferns flowers the handson ioI Marsailles QuiItse j Quilt ever offered for the money Price S4 opecin this week 209 Ask to see them i Cor St 1 v J le rriI1 jLexingtons j Great ClothingHouse Eiderdown at tasteful at high 121 and OWEN MCKEE mI t tr i h t Richmond Kentucky LOUIS IANDGUS Ii Sole Agents For Alfred Benjamin Cos I 0 00S0SSDSS0SS000SO0SSOG0 0fl 0 sss oa s ssss SsQ ss ss Ps w k CIO t I 0 II1 r FAMOUS CLOTUINfi 11- 1ee 1 0 0aaJl2tt r 0 1 T i sNoc house in Lexington can you sjch Goods They are equal to the finest custom Goods Our stok of TOP COATS are beaufiful I The Celebrated Aqua Proof Rain Ceal Coat 4 Our Boys and Childrens Department Largest State handsIiY 6 fr- I r Ii a 0 Zi 4JX1r f i j Handkerchiefs Lawnenibr size 70x73 at49c show Make our house your R headquarters when Ssin6 j iil1 5P tq aoq fuI floods Iarearriving daily at our vast Emporium and our eeleclion have in the way of Goods the handsomest line of Iin White Goods t Insertions Etc UnequaledisMellick Floss Stamped Lumen and Coronation Braid Attention is particularly called to our readvmade Skirt Deparifilent In this lino we can please the most fastidious tastes and have a large assortment to select from If you will call and examine these goods completestock New Matting has just boon received and isnow placed on sale We buy in the best markets of the world youknowLowest Prices i Is that what you withi Lee Smitha I a 1 o 3 0 g s pltts rsL Ca Qenenen ZQI rT J enQ Ca n 3 O W f T I Iliii IIi- p O 5aTm T fI 1Jt 11 tIAI Sf the nil V Stiest er and Timothy Seed that tm excelled by nose We have also in Iniltock a cu load ot Northern While WfI r IInot ex anywhere Give us a call and let us InconTlnce you that we are yonr friends aE tCO W O fIi J t f Q wP 2 2Q s I The 26 1902 A Wilkes Smith Dentist is located over J B Stonffersp nStore Gfebtf It h Bingham Aloutlay March 31 I belt emit on the market at It t Witts feb193m swellest line of spring hats at r you fine coun t peaches at 5c per pound and McElwame shipped fancy hoes to the New York r sat stuy Covingtoa a blacksmith at dislocated hw kne cap by it with a heavy hammer and punts made to order at a to 5 Fit guaranteed or ARNOLDa tt fail to see the many rem Le assortments at Hurst Bros Ei e your orders early for Easter at Middeltous druf store for teller the flo r pay express cltarges 2t it extracted without pain 25 Ui Hossox ItiefaaMMid Ky us a trial order for the cole Jacksoa county Canael coal ed to be Ute beat IlSni Letcher il Witt UMAX Is indebted to Senator t Bureau for a copy of the th Biennial Report of the l loner of Agriculture It is a e volume and filled with in i from cover to cover re H S and li Morgan of Station tnis county handle nb White Leghorn chickens h fly Duriny the two months January and February they lozen eggs at an average of 28 Now Minoreas Lansshans l tes etc where are you Surely t of ejrz machine wuft be liver to the Rom Comb White Men U S and G Mor llinx eggs at SI for 15 See trtisrment in another oplumn t Eartet Fintts nlffes Hantey fur cut r PtMMf A sccc candy palling and reception y tLe Iditt Kirksville last w III a decided success The iinut netted about twenty rs which will go lo the Pattie- Iifirm ry Kbo Patent I t her XVbed Lc t KcpnAictioB rf this Style 4i e a full and j J completelineof t mens fur P nishings q i 0 11 j l2Mbewtoyonw lIYBEATHERAGE 1 EDEATllERAE CO Richmond Climaxc- NESiAYMAR rnoIdatBowjllseII tRICK thsfrozn3tobyardsgoatl0c Lexington AJdie Webnencelvedaearload ShoeOt MAIN STREET Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky apr7tf See the celebrated line of W L Douglas shoes for men at Rice Ar nolds See saddlery harness and farmers supplies at J T Moberleys before you buy McClintocks stand on Main street 261eb4t New Pcstmas A L Morgan has been appointed postmaster at Red Howe WaateL Country dried apples will pay i cash Kellogg Withenbury feb24t rF r Rent Four momito rent cheap Well located Apply to Thuruian Urocerv Co U For iak Purebred Plymoth Rock eggs for set ting purposes All eggs are selected and carefully packed before shipping 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs incho 4t D A McCoim Dr Hobson dentist next dow to Government building tf Richmond Ky Broiiins Flaa Sold The Proaddus property on West Maui street was sold at public auction by Commissioner Scott last Saturday afternoon Mr John Baldwin was the purchaser at 3500 Ddsirte Entetafcaaent Miss Rebecca Secrest of Kirksville will give a Delsarte entertainment at Paint Lick Friday night April 4 The entertainment wilt be under the aus pices of tbe Paint Lick Lodge of Knights of Pvttias Barn BcrssL A large barn on the farm of Robert Tudor near Newby was destroyed bj tire last Thursday The buikling contained a large quantity of feed and farming implements The origin of the fire is not known Sale ol Gty Property Dr L J Frazee sold a house and lot on Third street to Chas B Hamilton last week The price was 1300 The house is now occupied by Mr Lee Shearer and is one of ihe neatest cotta ges on the street It is cheap at the price Rice Arnold are ready with their Easter bonnets for gentlemen Call and see them Wheister Court J A Ramsey reports about 300 cattle on the market A good feeling pre vailed and prices were sustained OS extra steers brought 3 cls lot of 675lb yearling steers 4f eta 27700Ib yearling steers 41 cts plain 700lb steers 33 cts IS plain 600lb steers S3S7cts 10 SOOlb good heifers 4c plain leif rs S3 63 fan cy fat cows 4c about all offerings were- sold Good horses and mules sold readily at advanced prices An P Ideal Dress SBootS SEE- THATTHS e 00 TRADE MARK OS IS BRANDED G au EVERY SHOE one RICe gi 1S A1TDe e Arnold JtIae fr SeS S IeSSS SSSS The+ + t Uptodate + Shoe Merchants Leaders in Style andQuality t CALL WEr sEE H tT Jew SifnZ SJl a V Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of fico over Middletons drug store July 17tf Wanted From Taller or Mantnamaker but tonholes to work Will work them for 10 cents per dozen Address M B W Richmond Ky 26feb2t A Card I bave bought out the Harness and Saddlery business of Mr John McClin tock and will sell at reduced prices for SO days Come to see me IoDEnLEYITen Cent Store Dr Hobson has rented his new store room to Mr L R Cox of Lexington who will open a ten cent store thit week It is an attractive room and is welt located so that the new merchant will be able to catch the dimes acomin and agwiue In Lexintfoc Louis Gus Straus realizethat a part of Madison countys trade goes to Lex ington aud so they have put in a bid in order to secure that trade Their large advertisement will be seen on an inside page of todays paper For tuberoses caladiums cnnnas etc call on Hurst roses they haw a floe new linn for the spring planting Haojin Smitha Mestlames Mnupin Smitha have returned from the city with a hand some line of spring millinery The ladies are cordially invited to their mil linery opening next Friday and Satur day March 2S and 20 Mirs Clt menUL of Cincinnati has returned to be with them this season To be Tried for Murder Sim Dezarn an Estill connty prisoner who has been in the Richmond jail for several weeks was taken to Irvine Monday where he will be tried for murder Dezarn escaped from the Estill county jail twice and had to be brought here for safe keeping Valuable Property to be Sold In todays CLIMAX Judge A R Bur nain advertises for sale the store house lot belonging to the estate of R X White located between the Richmond National Think aud the State Bank Trust Co Sale will take place in front of the property April 8 1902 at 2 oclock p m See the ad Easter Ffewes The reader will not have to hunt long to find Albert Reicbspfarrs new Easter ad in todays CLIMAX An op portunity is offered to the lover of flowers to get the best in the market right here at home and 25 per cent cheaper than horn the cities It is a commendable enterprise and the local florist should be encouraged We make a specialty of all kinds of grain for seed purposes feblD 3m Letcher Witt Rna Over by a Wapm Dan Thomas who lives near Panola was found last Thursday night lying in Third street near the L A depot in a crippled condition He said that he hud fallen tiff his horse and while lying in the street some one on a wagon ran over him He was taken to the jail office and a physician was call ed in to dress his wounds asbiscaMe Dressmaking Ladies wishing a stylish costume for spring should call on Miss Emma Golden who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postofflee Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to the most elaborate tailormade suit Her work is sure to please and her ternw are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson building mcho tf Saddler Harness and farmeassup plies at JT Moberleys at a reduction for 30 days McClintecks stand on Main street 26feb4t A Card to the Public I have just closed an eight days auc tion sale in the jewelry line and have disposed of all my Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean stock of watch ca diamond and jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to my al ready large Mock I have became accustomed to giving goods away at half prices and it is now no hardship to me to sell you any thing in my line twenty per pent less titan you will be able to get the same any place in the United States Respectfully Sm D P Armer The best graries of Jullico and Brush Creek coals groin feed seed corn and Letcher Wilt I rr AAAtit TPS Sp Give Letcher Witt a trial order for coal Tlleir Jelli o and Brush Greek coals are the talk of the town feblO 3m Rice Arnold Read the new advertisement of Rice A Arnold the wideawake shoe mer cbants which appears in todays CLI MAX They know just what to say to the buyer and have an attractive way of saying it See the ad- Bedinger Dr D Wade Bedfnger who recently graduated from a medical college at Cincinnati has received the appoint ment as interne at the City Hospital It is an honor much sought after and the young physicians friends here will be glad to hear of his success Dr Bedinger is the soil cf Rev E W Bed inner the much loved Presbyterian minister and is a graduate of the old Oantral University Looking for Increase of Business The Louisville and Atlantic railroad has recently contracted for 100 new coal cars and is now having two new locomotives built by the Baldwin Lo comotive Works prepared for the great increase of business which L looked for when the road is completed It is thought now that trains will be running to Bpatty villa by the first of June The road will have an immense coal business as it penetrates one of the best coal fields in the country Rabid Sheep Several days ago a rabid dog en tered a field of Mr Jamos Cox a well known farmer near Lancaster where a bunch of sheep were being wintered According to Mr Cox he heard the stitep bellowing and on entering the field he discovered the animals were attacking each other He stated that when their sufferings became unbeara ble they would go to a tree or fonce and butt out their brains A number had to be killed The loss of Mr Cox will be considerable Third For Beating a Mule Ed Terrill colored charged with cruelty to animals was tried in the County Court Friday and fined XI and costs He will work the fine out in the county jail Terrill drove a coal cart for Higgins Luxon and one day last week he got mad and began to beat his mule about the head with the big end of his whip The mule became unfit for service and had to be turned out so that he could forget about the harsh treatment This law is not enforced as much as it should be in this State and one example like this will doubt have a good effect Woods The Advocate says Mr Clarence Woods of Richmond has been visiting friends in Danville several days 1 he papers of this dis trict have been whooping him for the position of Private Secretary to Hon James B McCreary ani his long and faithful service in the Democratic party and his eminent fitness for the place will doubtless make hIm the first choice of his distinguished neighbor At the end of thirteen years editorial work in Richmond Mr Woods remained the only straight Democratic editor the town had the others having died or entered the reward of their political duplicity by being appointed to soft federal positions says an exchange A Great Stallion Caning On April Court day we will show to the public the good stallion Infact His owner Mr C W Williams in an unchallenged statement declares him to be the best bred stallion living and he considered by good judges to be one of the handsomest horses in the world Mr Williams gave his stallion up very reluctantly but at the earnest solicitation of friends he has consented to allow him to stand in Madison coon ty the coming season We hope the breeders wilt take advantage of this opportunity and get some handsome as well as wellbred colts Respectfully 2t a H Xeale An dent Weapon Mr W B wens of Union City brought to the CLIMAX office one day last week sin old pistol which if a great curiosity It is a single barrel muzzle loading cap and ball gun and the bore is as large as a 44calibre revolver The pistol bears on the side of the hammer the date April 25 1845 Mr Wells found it last summer in a wheat field near Boonesboro It was so filled with rut and dirt that it was hard to tell at first just what it was But after much filin and oilinghe has gotten it to working probably as well as it ever did so it is quite a formidable looking weep on Mr Wells has been offered a good sum for the old pistol but h3 has re fused all offers and says it is not for sale No Proof Against Bin A great excitement was created last Thursday morning when it became known that Sheriff Wagers and ex Sheriff H H Colyer had arrested and brought in John M Ralston alias Burns who was supposed to have been a member of a very famous band of western highwaymen For sometime the officers have been receiving papers describing George Parker charged with bauk robbery and train robbery and for whom a reward of 1000 was offered It was learned that a man who answered the description of Parker passed through this city last Monday The officers began to watch his move meuts and followed him to Waco and ou into Estill connty Being informed that he was the man wanted Mr Wagers telegraphed to Irvine Wednesday to have the man arrested He and Mr Colyer then went to Irvine but when they reached there they found that the officers had made a mistake and had arrested a German painter instead Alter making inquiries it was learned that the man for whom they were looking was stopping about three miles from town on this side of the river so the officers were compelled to walk the railroad bridge to reach the place H- eW arrested without any difficulty and when taken to jail seemed to be not at all excited When first arreted he told the Sheriff that his name was Bums It was found that he had received an express package in the name of J M Ralston and when askeofwby that was be replied that 1m real name was Ralston but that was too hard for the mountain people to remember so he called himself Burns Ralston answered the description of Parker In every particular so that of the hundred or morn men who examined him all agreed that he must certainly be George Parker However after waltinguntil Monday and having no proof against the prisoner and no knowledge as to who he is he was liberated and will probably not lose any time in getting out of this county Nothing U known of tbe manias he would give no account of hi nor would he refer the officers to any one who would tell anything about hm j 7 a j h Lost In tItle city ft buggy robe black on the outside yellow and white Inside with a tiger face Liberal reward will be paid for return to mch2T2t DR G W VAS Arm Broken Little Clarence Ballard the Youngest son of Mr Sam Ballard fell last Tuesday and broke his arm and has been suffering much pain ever since Dr H It Gibson has the little fellow in charge and it is hoped that he will be out soon Shot Himself W G Wolf agent and telegraph op erator at Valley View was playing with a pistol one day lust week when it went off the ball taking effect just above the knee He was able to walk to the doctors office where the wound was dressscd and he is doing very well Low Rates to Louisville Account of National Convention Peoples Party at Louisville April 2 Louisville Atlantic wilt sell tickets to that paint March SO 31 and April with final limit April 4 at rate of one fare for the round trip C M BOSWMXG mch26 tf General Manager More Locks It is now thought that work will begin on two more locks and dams on thin Kentucky river during the sum mer Our river has received a good then of attention during the last three years aud the slack water is gradually moving toward the mountains It will not be long until it reaches Beattyville To Dallas 19 25 to Dallas Tex and return ac count Confederate Veterans Reunion Tickets on sale April IS 19 20 and 21 good returning until May 3 with priyi lego of extension of limit to May 15 Special train via L X will leave Louisville at noon April 20 running through to Dallas via Memphis without any change of cars mch26tf Big Sale of Tobacco R N Beasley the Paint Lick to bacco buyer sold hie entire holdings amounting to loOCOO pounds Mr Foster agent for the Continental To cacco Company was the purchaser The price is private Mr Beasley has bought about 300000 pounds during the season the greater part of which was shipped directly to the market Dont Phs It Mr ET Elder invites all the ladies in the city and county to his millinery opening which will be held next Fri day anti Saturday March 2S and 29 He i ready to show you the most com plete line of millinery every carried in Richmond and at prices to suit all buyers Miss Seibert has returned and will have charge of the millinery department again this season Hoped With His Fathers Wife Uncle William Burton colored of Silver Creek whose head is trosted by the snows of sixty winters called onus yesterday toinform us that his young wife had eloped with his eldest son William Jr The husband and father had located the runaways near Fox town and ho said that he thought their elopement should be published to the world He said that a few years ago he wooed and won the young wom an Dod lived hapjily for sometime Then the son returned home and after a few weeks succeeded in winning the affections of his fathers spouse The two left between two days and now the old man repudiates his wife and disinherits his son A Narrow Escape Elmer Blount a bridge carpenter of this city met with a painful acci dent last Thursday morning which came near costing him his life Mr Blount with a number of other zen was at work on the new trestle at Millers Creek Suddenly the plank on which he was standing slipped and los lug his balance the unfortunate man fell to the rocks nearly fifty feet below How he escapee instant death is a miracle When he was picked up he was perfectly conscious but badly fright ened by his rapid descent It was found that the bone in his right leg was broken in two places and his left shoulder dislocated Dr Jasper went up on the noon train and brought him home He is resting easy and his friends hope to see him out in a short time After Inrestment Companies A dispatch from Lexington says Judge Watts Parker speaking from the bench Saturday in deciding to ad vance the hearing of the application for a receiver for a Mutual Investment Company said such companies were frauds He said Money cannot breed money and no sensible man can expect to be paid 3 for 1 without robbing some one else He declared that anyone who had been unfortunate enough to bn persuaded to put his savings into one of these investment companies had a right to apply for a receiver for the company and such application should receive immediate attention from the courts The decision of Jndge Parker was listened to by scores of prominent citizens of Lexington who are interest ed in the management of investment companies i A womans idea of a delightful con ers tionalist is one who lets her do all the talking PERSONAL Mrs Dr Taylor is visitiig in George townJudge A R Burnam has been in the IrvIne visited daysIIAnna McKee were In Cincinnati last week Mrs Chas Arnold of Georgetown is visiting Mrs H G Turner Miss Margaret Jones of ME Sterling is visiting Mrs T E Arnold Miss Moilie Fie has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs Z T Rice has returned from a visit to relatives In Lancaster Miss Julia Higgins is visiting the Misses McRoberts in Danville Miss Louise KauSman of Lancas ter is the guest of Miss Van Greenleaf j Mrs JN Turner of Campbells ville is visiting Col and Mrs W R Letchsri Miss Reynolds of Junction City vis lied Mrs Ben Banks several days last week City AttorneyS Talbott Jackson at tended week Circuit Court at Stanton last Little Miss Annie Bennett Cohen left yesterday ti visit her mother in Cincinnati Mrs S B Hume returned to Asheville Friday jilter spending a week at home Mrs Thos Pollev wa thaRUesto her sister Mrtf Shipp t vYer 7 y I sailes last week Mrs Edna Yates has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Robert McKee in Lexington- Mr Henry J Gibson of Pineville who was ill here last week was taken home Saturday night Mr H B Hanger arrived here from Philadelphia last week and spent several days with his family Miss Fannie McCbesneyof Stannton Va has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs H B Honger Mr and Mrs Henry P Reid spent Sunday with tile formers mother Mrs Amanda J Reid at Mt Sterling Miss Barbara Thompson hnsreturned to her home in Versailles niter a pleat ant visit to Miss Emily Chenault Dr Jns K Glolder and Hon George Johnston of Newberry S C have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Arnold Mr Tom Hates who has ben at Washington and Lee University came home last Saturday Several days ago an accident happened in the chemical laboratory in which one of Mr Bates eyes was injured EO that ho was forced to leave college Mrs B B Million and her litttle son Iurline and Misses Ccil and Hattio Lee Million left Friday for a three weeks visit to the family of John W Patton at Jackson Miss They were accompanied by Miss Belle Million who will visit friends in the same city Mr S M Sanders of Campbellsville a student in Central University and noted as a baseball player will proba bly be unable to occupy a position on the University team this year lilt right elbow as stated in the Advocate was thrown out of place while practic ing last week and the wound is improv slowlyDanville Advocate The impression that the reception given at the home of Mr and Mrs Mc Lellan last Tuesday evening was given by Mr and Mrs McLellan is a mis take The reception waS given by thE young People Society of the Christian Endeavor The invitations were sent out by the Endeavorers Mr and Mrs McLellan kindly invited them to re calve in the mime and asblsted in every way to make the reception the very great success it was Miss Mary Little of Richmondand Mips Sell Speedo New York were the ctiests of honor at a charming lea given yesterday afternoon at 5 oclock by Miss Katherine Harvey The re freshment table was attractively arranged in yellow and the center piece was a large crock of yellow tulips with yellow crimpled paper tied with broac yellow ribbon around its base The table was lighted by silver candelabra filled with yellow candles and shades Miss Margaret Wright and Miss Stanley Reese of Winchester presided at the frappe bowl CourierJournal RELIGIOUS Mr C R Boucher conducted tbe Y M C A meeting in Lexington last Sunday afternoon Rev Gilbert Glass of Cynthlana has been called to the pastoral chargey of the Presbyterian church Glass preached a series of sermons here a few weeks ago which were highly complimented and which resulted in the call being made As yet Mr Glass has not indicated his inten tions but it is thought he willaccept Glasgow Times Quite a unique service occured Tues day night in the chapel of Christ Church Cathedral Rev Austin W Mann conducted religious services by signs to deaf mutes and there were about eight of these unfortunate per sons present who seemed to enjoy the services immensely it being the first ol the kind ever conducted in Lexington Bishop Burton was present and con ducted services for the benefit of those who could hear MATRIMONIALMcKINEaTIPToNBOer neyand Miss Minnie lipton both of Union City were married Wednesday lcwUnnIThein ton and Miss Sallie Powell of Waco Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left for a short rip after which they will be at home to their friends at Union City- AzaiuCxgmcuonnHumphrev bill of this city and Miss Joan AzI more of Kingston were TlJursday March 20 NbKRisHiLL AV Preston Norris form lly of this city and Miss Annie Hill of Chattanooga Tenn were mar ried last week on the historic Cbica maugua battle Held near Ross Ue Ga Mr Norris is a son of the late Walker K Norris of this county and a cousin of Mr J G Norris of tide i city Mr and Mrs Norris will reside in Chattanooga DEATHS OBaxxojThe friends of Mrs Richard OBannon who was formerly Miss Annie Hole of this city will regret to learn of the death of her little son Richard Jr which occurred in Sherman Texas Monday March 7 In a letter to friends here Mrs OnnonIisays the little fellow was well two hours before his death The sympathy of the large circle of her friends Is with the mother in her sorirow COSBY James W E Cosby died at his homenear Moberly Mo March 5th 1902 Mr Cosby was a native of Mad ison county and was born near Valley View February 17 1832 His father W M Cosby moved to Fayette county in 1833 Deceased was married to Mis Mary Rite of this county shortly before the w tr In 1865 lie joined Col Cbenanlts regiment Gen John HI Morgans command and was captured in Ohio during Germ Morgans famous mid He was a prisoner and hospital steward at Camp Douglas After h was exchanged he moved to Missouri to live He leaves a son and two daughters to mourn his loss Mr Cosby was a brother of O W C DI andJ E Cosbyrof this county HABT MrJ M Hart died at hit home at Berea Monday night alters two weeks suffering of rheumatism The news of bis death came as a aiocl to his friends here forwhile they knew of his Illness no one thou hi it would result fatally Mr Hart was in thH city Court day when lie was suddenly stricken with the disease and in great pain he was taken to the train H was never any better after that daY Mr Hart was a native of this county and lisa been for years one of Bcreaf most prominent citizens Four yeaij ago be was appointed post master and was a fsindidate for appointment bis term having almost ezpjred m1 wife wfrojwa Iio Eliza Kirby of county1Svivahtmn biI co s i YOUR BOYS EASTER OUTFIT Can be selected withease in our store and without fear of mistake in quality style or price Youll finda beautiful collection of the Newest stud Freshestr1Fashions M Suits k Direct from New Yorkstyles every whit as correct as those shown in the biggest cities in the landl The swellINorfolk Yoke and the new Blouse effects are the most fashionablet but weve not failed to provide a full supply of staple styles as well II SHOES FOR BOYS II Large assortment select leathers all the new mannish styles Quality to hold II the boy and price to hold your trade AND and Caps in priced way Shirts Hosiery Neckwear Suspenders r Buttons andeverything else to a top to in the best style known to to the clothiers J b COVINGTON cr BANKStof f if ff g if ittIJg g r g g Ij g 0 J 1 ELDER STQREII= = = n t iJWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING STOCK OF P ft j Carpets Mattings Rugs and jiWhich is for inspection at prices that competition I You are invited to come and same 11t Itt III IT We decorated a bargain in aJew hundred nicely i JardinieresS I which we offer at about less it cost to sake them23 29 35 30 and i Dont wait it wont last long Cant get more Z of for the line r ever hd liO Mn Iadiee Shoes The OF and 6t yard pieces now on sale you will mone Ii fail to look Linens 5 6 12i 15 and to see our new and Madras for Waists = m t 1Respectfully Trade Submitted g Q exex iff tL 43Ii MI 8L1o P- tl0I + = j en- ffi c I =Qc01 = I II rtII 01 i YT f I I 4 LkIE ii t HATS CAPS The prettiest collection Hats 4 Richmond Beautiful Caps girls alsoall your Underwear Cuff dress boy from toeiart b S r 1 4 + v J 1 defy s s r i secured onethird UlanJ ijlL CiCieC I1ll iti opened inspect IrWe I it 11are showing prettiest of f14SHOESwe t hoes50etol25 BoysSboee5cto J Shoes SI 4 t T C i1ANOTHER LOT r IRemnant Embroideries It4 save about iregular price Dont over them India + 8110 20c Dont fail Percales tCloth Shirt 0 I 0 f 0 7i tII 1 1 = 1 t J EI1 + 4 to to 34Jt1 We are Iailv be 4vInshown and at prices to suit you 5000 yards of Gingham worth 8je at 6c pricesSheetidga j inRicbmood MV EVELDER Im gg Q1 Q 4 g j CUT fl W S f lAST I b u i cIraise my own Flowers anitcan and will sell and deliver f them to any place in town iivI I nan any agent m tcicnmonct Greenhouses in West End of f city Come and inspect my 1 Stocktc t t t Albert Reichspfarr ft IFLORIST I PHONE 188 RICHMOND KY 7Ak- l 7IZ I I 4 1 I I I7r i b J Ii fI j ii ioralle i tic Ratal trl f DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LHAVE RICHMOND or velllIIL3byvlIW LoaUvUle Ixalngtonf m 30pt i an i Cincinnati 2 m For Irvine 1tS1mFor Millers Creel 300 pm TBUNS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louiirnto LexlBgten and UMam SrStptnFromFrom Millers Creek 830 am 0 M DROWNING Qtn Mp SeekersIExcursions at very p- Low Rates to many points in the following territo ry Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Knns s 1Kntncky louis l1I1a Michigan Minne sota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin uud Wyoming 4over theIj A1T Selling Dates April J and 15 May 6 and 20 For full information a particulars as tortes tickets limits stop over prhl Itteefi etc call on Attains His Four Itoute or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch W P DeppeI Otml fM A Ticket Art AMOPTA- J E Reeve Geal Southern Agt Cincinnati O West LOWEST RATES EVER IN EFFECT To AH Important Points In CaliforniaWashington UtahtOregon Wyoming Montanaa- nd alt other Western States via CHDOne daily until April 30 via AU REGULAR ROUTES Roungtrip tickets to special I points sold on March 18 A prill and 15 Apply to railway agents or address D G EDWARDS 1 T M Cincinnati Ohio n tCHEAP RATE OF One Cent Per Mile TO DaYYas euas April 18 to 20 J BY + Illinois Central Good to return until April 31 or by extension to May Aeeonnt of Annual lie tin ion United Confederate Veterans Sons of Veterans opporIuvitvXev National Park site mt Vtetftburr andOIdaIMim orVIcbbun forKeMIIcIrJR H FOWLER Tray PaN Alt I C R LoIIIaYlUe Ky SPECIAL NOTICE Iilufederute Veterans and tiiir friends cnn fret full in fi nation by calling on Dr T M Poyntz LOUISVILLE HENDEFLSON 6 ST LOUIS RY t j t StLI DOUBLE DAILV TRAINS 2ETW1tNcand Louist JPr1orCars all tay TrainsIL J IRWI N o P LOUISVILLE KY J T ++CALL AT + + + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEW IN TOWH Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty thinKS in gold anti silver has come to be pro verbial Mon have the same leaning but they disgnise it Here are scores of fancies in gold and silver for very little monoy Ilie quality of every piece in our stock o guaranteed excellence L E LANE Of ritInterest 1VK have erected large and and morn modern business house to take the place of the one recently destroyed by fire and are now to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun tialwitys paying the highest CASH market pricesAWe also handle nil kinds of FEID SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your pro ducu and we will convince you that we propose to load lit this business in Madison toGOTTNear L AN Depot janly RICHMOND KY For Sprillgs 19OLeto White Cottons flDressVictoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piquqs Madras Shirt incrsI Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings aEmbroideries Laces Crepe de Chines 1Wash Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts WniteAND Gibson RICHMOND KY 6u rSTHE I Lexington I H Democrat fI US THE ONLY DAILY Democratic Paper I It PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass RegionJ totheic partv Ilid glveall the news without fear pr I vcr Sobcripjoa Price 500 z Year 1UC Jtsa Week by Carrier 1++ tJ WP WALTON JEDITOR AND lRJC Lexington Kentucky J New York Fashions Cotton costumes with skirt and blouse of the same ma terial will be very much in evidencePin appear upon most everything silk stuff and wash waists and Upon the finer varieties of underwear Appliques of lace cutline yokes bret lles and eton jacket effects and also edge iulfs and collar of the waist Plain and figured materials unite in many chic wash gowns shown by Lord Tay lor While call the pretty pat terns of organdie chambrey highart ginghams lawns cambrics etc will have prominence yet white mate rials have first choice for sep arate summer wash waists They can be laundered indefi nitely yet come forth like new from each ordeal Frequent washings however work sad havoc with delicate designs andcolorings The season of refurnishing brings out some lovely novelties in the way of wall paper One in particlar shows a withtowisteria vine bearing blossoms almost as large as nature Good sized portions of the trellis are revealed and s close lattice work is very effectiveLittle Morris chairs are shown for children They are very pretty and well calculated to induce luxurious habits of reclining even in overwrought restless childhood Fine underwear is so reasonable in price nowadays that those in even the most moderate circumstances can fford to have plenty pf it s for corsets well the supply of the fetching R G brand is never likely to run low for the demand is such that it would not be allowed do so- Well fitting corset covers are also essential to the perfect set of the waist Oldtime chemises much berufiled with finest lace or einbroideryQand with rich in ets of lace are revived hey are well liked by many I offer decided advantages all in as much as they prevent any parting company of ones underpiningat the waistS kirts are cut with nine till fit about the hips and are below the knees Irish Crochet laces were never so popular Cluny lace is also well liked It is a heavy creamalmost yellow a 5ndrind boleros A pretty change occurs in the new collars with pointed fronts They are a pleasant ariation to the regulation stock A Phenomenal Eater At Danville Thursday William Canter ate a crate of oranges He began eating at 2 oclock At 315 an hour and fifteen minutes later i Canter had eaten an entire crate of 125 mediumsized or nges and a fresh box was opened The total number of oranges eaten by Canter was- 17Gnearly aerate and a half ast Friday morning in an eating contest Canter ate 140 hard boiled eggs and six loaves of bread and while doing it drank three gallons of water Some people seem to think trade is so vulgar that they dont even pay their bills cnjcettuuuuaatin9 Somelimencays Impossible without cu a tion both these impossibles Lave been made possibles by the ute Prescriptionhindrances to motherhood are to be found in womanly diseases or weaknesses which are perfectly wd- permanently ctr Fa vorite fare 5Crip ion TollS great mediCInefor t7omnc- aCtrea SI Sti3nlaIty dcbthtatinr- ainc U healS nd =watkti and a AtlCeratfort aw- lvJJ ccs ocl t rrt cad sick 4muecft 14k4CopIIyIci1ev tpec1ia haor t4ctr see unnrdeaWILt tbC tCtO u JleartuWctoJD aUpuo1manydtaoscripUo ttdUaZrJ IlOThe Ccrmrioa Sesss yrrTfcat jWnser 1008 Jsrjpt rxyes Is paper covcp fz tsist free on ecelpt Gnent ta AlrsagDr f 0 i WARain frandcizt Fkt wears twice I aslonebythe tee Eureka Harness Oil all in sirestMade Standard Oi- lCnpany 1000 Bushels of Corn Sent By Mall That is a shipment soon to be made in which a Louisville citizen is interested Last year the corn crop of Arkansas was almost a total failure In many sections not even a nest egg was left Congressmen from Arkansas brought the matter to the attention of the Agricult ural Department at Washing ton which has decided to come to the relief of the farm ers of that State Yesterday the department placed an or der for 1000 bushels of corn with a wholesale seed firm of Richmond Va of which firm- a Louisville man is a member The grain is allof the white variety and was grown in the James river district of the Old Dominion It will be made up in sacks of one bush byiThe Government will frank every sack from Richmond to the several points in Arkansas to which the corn will b6 sent An inspector from the Agricultural Depart men t v diseThis is the first case on record of so much corn being sent by mail CourierJour nal This Cap Designed For Those Whom it Fits One of our merchants meta welltodo farmer on the street the other day and asked the son of toil for his patronage The farmer was surprised and said I have been taking your town paper ever since it started and nev er knew you were in business I look the advertisements over every week and your name is not there and whenever your name is mentioned it doesnt state that you are in businessThemerchant said he didnt believe in newspaper advertising but did all his adver tisingon rocks fences bridges etc and you have certainly driven along those fences rocks and over bridges Yes replied the farmer and remember they were dubbed up with paint but for the life of me dont remember that I ever read a one of them There are manyother things to look at and I dont believe in destroying nature in that manner If you will send those rocks rails and bridges to my house I will look them over some evening after I have finished reading the paper and see what you have for saleExchangeI- mprove the Entrances In improving and beautifying a town more time and thought should be given to- tsi approaches The effect of a first impression is rarely effaced Travelers wisely plan their approaches to famous cities so as tohave their beauties flash at once upon the sight The foreigner who sails up itfew York bay will forgive much of the ugliness he will see later for the sake of that first view The approaches to a city or town ought to be worked out as thoughtfully as the approaches to a private estate or a great exposition and when the time comes the problem should be put into the hands of experts It ought to be no impossible thing to make the way in and out of a town or city attractive The first impression so easily formed so sensible is worth propitiating A drummer for a New York house who has been on the road for twenty years gives goodhotelto do with booming the place than any other one influence The town maybe everso live ly but a poorly conducted ho tel makes a bad impression on strangers During the boom days in the South the citizens of a town looked to their hotels beforeanything- etse CONFEDERATE VETERANS Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping cars to Shreveport are attached to Queen Crescent Route Yes tibuled trainsat Chattanoooga while special through trains to Dallas will be run from Chattanooga during the Re union and through tourist cars will also be run from Kentucky and Tennessee points if enough veterans in dicate their intention of go ing to Dallas This is the only line that takes you pastLookout Mountain the battlefields at Chattanooga and the scenes of the siege of Vicksburg Tickets are also on sale via New Orleans Stopovers at Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans and other points east of the Mississippi river are permitted 32hour schedules Nicholasville to Dallas Ticket Agents will quote low excursion rates on application Send your name for free maps and illustrated pamphlets describing Vicksburg Dallas and the Battlefield at Chickamauga TV C Rinearson Genl Passenger Agt- Cincinnati Ohio The Evil Eye of Walling Still Lives George Jackson the negro who claims to have driven the link contain ing the remains of Pearl Bryan was atally injured in a runaway accident at MHysville To the superstitious this will seem as another visitation of the malign influences of the evil eye of Alonzo Walling It will be remembered that nearly all of the witnesses in the famous case and many who came in contact with and incurred the dis p icleasureeaths from different causes While have a mania for seeing condemned criminals stretch hemp we are quite happy of the fact that we omitted the execution of Walling and Jackson from onr list of diversions that season Unique Scheme A Connecticut Yankee who has noticed that personal property easily succeeds in evading taxation proposes a scheme to stop it lie would let each person go the public authority and be permitted to estimate his own wealth That estimate would be accepted with out a question Then when a man dies only so much as he tins paid taxes on should go to the heirs and any amount that has escaped taxation would go to the State The plan is ingenious and might prove more equitable than the present system making personal prop erty bear more of its just burden which now falls on real estate How it would act as a reality in operation is a prob tim for future working A Texas Marriage Notice At the residence of the brides father on the northwest corner of Askin and Windlmm streets facing Lawnview park being the only threestory pressed brick house in the block James T Spoonor Jr eldest anti ouly son of Dr JaraesT Spooner discoverer and sole owner of Spooners Cough Killer aliidruggiststoest and only daughter of J Mortimer Brown Esq who glories in the best law practice in these parts Cleburne Tex Review While prices for corn and ill meat products have ruled high of late they still do not yet touch the top notch fig ures of 1882 In that year beef reached 930 and the average price for the whole year was SO 25 while corn touched SI cents in July and that on a prodUcedand the average price for the year was 762 Present conditions would scent to favor n stilt higher range of prices on these products than now prevails before a new crop is n ady for market says J S Twijrjj the well known wri ter on such topics Time people of Frankfurt should not bo discouraged at the failure of the prcteutbuildillgssions may be inaugurate from other States in order that the people may seethe pens in which Kentucky confinor her law makers Loiiisvlllo Post jA meal to a man means a piece of inVat and a cigar to a woman it means something new to talk about and a fluffy desert Many a fiian has discovered after mixing politics willrhis business that he has no business to mix with hi polities Filters are cloeged with real estate n Uptodate 1dpof Kentucky f Printed in five colors and con taining the latest census reports The reverse side contains a su perb map of the United States and the world Well made 36x 44 inches and sells for 100 GIVEN AWAY To every subscriber to i The Morning Herald who pays six months la advance GCO per year or J3CO for six months In advance THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO Prlntery uidt Lexington Ky i PRINCESS YIROQUA M D Endorses lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound After Following Its For Years Dun Hits PufKHAM Health is the greatest boon bestowed on human ity and therefore anything that can restore lost health is a blessing I consider Ldfa E Pinlcliams Veg etable Compound as a blessing to State and Nation It cures her moth ers and daughters and makes them well and strong s v PRINCESS VIROQUA Practicing Physician and Lecturer II Forfifteen I have noted the effect of Vegetable Compound in curing special diseases of women I know of nothing superior for ovarian trouble barrenness and it has prevented hundreds of dangerous operations where physicians claimed it was only chance to get welL Ulceration and inflammation of the womb has been cured in two or three weeks through its use and as I find it- purely an herbal remedy I unhesitat- Ingly give it my highest endorsement yours DB P VITOQUA Lansing thich5OOO forfeit Ifcbcue fez tlmonlal It not genuine If you arc 111 do not hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound at once and write to Mrs Pink ham at Lynn Mass for special advice it is entirely free It isnt necessary for a man to be a hypnotist in order to get his mind con centrated on the toothache Ten Cents for Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a tweity eight page paper in magazine form edited by William Marion Heedas sisled by a staff of contributors com prising time best writers and literary authorities on all current subjects so cial religious scientific financial lit erary or artistic The Mirror is a weekly review of mon and affairs a treasury of simon stories and good poetry It paper in which the best boqks best plays and best music are ably reviewed anti all topics of contemporary interest are giv en careful attention It is the up todate paper for the merchant thn teacher tIme professional man the student the politician as well as for woman and the home If you will send us lOco in silver or stamps we will mail the Mirror to your address for ten weeks THE MIRKOR 8Jantf St Louis Mo Interest of the public in a mans private affairs increases as he climbs the ladder of lame A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GKEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in tioth mon and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug list will be sent by mail on receipt of- SI One small bottle is two months treatment anti will cure any case above mentioned Dr IS W timiD sole manu facturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists aud Owen McKee Merchant liichinond Ky BRAD TIns Richmond Kvt Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder halts Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I usinJtitfeel hotter than I III twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4decly JOHN A RIDDLE Lots of sermons are not as broad as they are long- ANTITOXIX FOR SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Com Belt show losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr K II DeVaux after several years of scientific experi ments and study succeeded in isolating tbe true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Uvcr 460 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved this remedy HoltS treated with the- Antitoxin thrive better and command higher price on tbe market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick twine will save at least d percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will bn re funded Any tarmercan easily admlalstcrthe Aalttoxla Order according to the number of bogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 320 OeVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 2aprly When a bee loses its temper look out for a stinging retort La Grippe Quickly Cured In the winter of 1803 and 1809 I was taken down with a severe attack of LHewettfield Ill Tho only liedicinx f used CoughRemedy timidLGrippe Chamberlains Cough Rem city can always be depended upon to break tip a severe tOld and Ward nil any threatened attack of pneumonia It is pleasant to take too which makes ft tho most deninihte and one of the Host popular preparations in us for hese ailments Fur sale by Stockton Hasan 1m It takes a cross female to give it to a man stiaight Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain in one day Pleasant to take Price 1 The Secretary upremeCOllrtRheumatism Hemedy cured woof an threelosespainF J Haig For pule at B L MainstreetIn the stock market a man speculates in the mari ge market ho gambles Would Smash the Club If members of the Hay Fever As Newtircoverywould go Ib pieces for it always cures thatbafflesoucehope1eI antihealthWimoopimigCough alPlhroat and Lung troubles 50c 100 ThomasIru maybe X Could not Breathe j Coughs colds croap grip brihchlt js other throat aunt luuj troubles are quickly cured by Out iMinutu Cough lure One Minute Cough Curf is not a mere expectorant which gives only temporary relief softens ancl liqui lies the mucous draws out tho ititia nmtiou timid removes the valise of the disease Absolutely safe Acts it once One Minute Cough Cure will do all that is claimed for it says Justice of time Peace J Q Hoed Crosby Miss My wife could not get her breath ancl was relieved by the first dosa It has been a benefit to all tny family Per ry Thtmas Im The brain worker may have to lax iiio ingeiiuitv htmL he has the advantage f free raw material Danger of Colds and La Grippe The greatest danger from colds aud la grippe is their resulting in pneumo nia If reasonable care is used how ever and Chamberlains Cough Reme nloilledAmonused this remedy for these diseases we have vet to learn of a single case hay ing resulted in pneumonia which shows Conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a edit or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treat ment It is pleasant anti sale to take For sale by Stockton hogan 1m Some people live till their wits and some live off the lack of wit in other people Practically Starving Alter using a few bottles of Kodol perfectvere and chronic case of stomach trou ble says J It Holly real estate in purance and loan agent of Mncomh 111 Before using Kodol Dyijpepsia Cure she could not eat an ordinary meal without Intense suffering She is now entirely cured Several physi cians many remedies had failed to givfl relief You dont have to diet Eat tiny good food you want but dont overload th stomach ICed digestitThere is such a thing as a woman of few words hut she is apt to be reitera tive Surgeons Knife Not Needed Surgery is no longer necessary to cure piles DeWittV Witch hazel Salves euros such cases at once ienmv ing the necessity for dangerous minful and expensive operations For scalds cuts hums wounds bruises soies aud skin diseases it is unequalled Beware of counterfeits Perry Tljomas 1 m An old bachelor says that matrimony and not Wisconson is time badger state Chronic Diarrhoea PlayMoOhamterlainsRemedy did him more good than any other medicine he lund ever used For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m A bookkeeper for a Market street firm rejoices in the name of Adam Upp tllSIeinnppd a dose of Chamberlains Stomach a Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach improve your appetite maumTumeyed arid pleasant III effect For sale by Stockton it Hagan I in It is bad lor a mans income to live down to him as for him to live up to it Dr WTiitos Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OBRA fHART State Agjnt 27feblyr No Maude dear vaccination wont prevent people in prison from breaking onto Having a Run on Chamber lains Cough Remedy Between the hours of eleven oclock a m and closing time at night on Jan GladeSpringsChamberlains Cough Remedy He says I never handled a medtcino that sold better or gave better satisfaction hasbeenlnny years anti the people there an well acquainted with its excellent qualities Manv of them have testified to the re etTectedWhencine fur a cough or cold or attack of the grip use Chamberlains Cough Reme dy and you are certain to be more than pleased with the quick cure which it affords For sale by Stockton Ha grin 1rn Time burgbr nny be as honest ts the day is long and yet rob houses at night auotherdoselains Stomach Liver Tablets rliev Illesalitinand regulate the liver and bowels For sale by Stockton Hngan 1m Time barroom wit loses his prestige when his money is all spent For the Complexion The complexion always suffers from Unlesstimeties from the body appear in the form of unsightly eruptions DeWitts Lit andLmwels EIlooperbiliousnessId Ism feeling better now than in veers Never gripe or distress Safe hlStpillsThe cornet player may not bocon ceited but he certainly blowsJils mvn horn How to Cure the Grip takeChamberlainsrected and n quick recovery is sura to Bnvtendpncy serioustiangerwho have nsed it for the grip riot one ililIotHal1u 1 nanWhen oman is paid for playing h calls It work A Printer Greatly Surprised I never was so much surprised in olnijtAitmeyule lastwlntsr tfitOnepositvolybought a bottle of It and before dine ladtakln k1asinr Sorrowfm a bitter pill thafall stN ewftllow sOouer or later As Good a Plow As Many Can Buy ttIWe have a full line of Disc Harrows and Cultiva I tors such as Jenny Lynn New Departure and IrBrown One Cultivators ranging in price t 15 to 2250 Come in and give us a when in need of anything in this line 4We are sure we can fill your wants at a reasonable price t t The Davenport WireIss Checkrow Corn Planter t Is one of our Specialties This ist4 something new and every farmer shouldexamine it before buying a Plantert 0I LOur line of Collars Pads Back Trace Chains Hamestrings tetc is complete We will give you vt a Low Price on these goods We handle the ajestic Range 1asI Also Born Steel Range You will find these W goods the Best on the market Tin Roofir- Guttering and Tin Work generally done tby us Let us give you an estimate on your work Respectfully yours f 4 Athuckle f Simmons tttt Pittsbnrg Central Stock Yard Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers t t rearrangedItBest distributing point East of the Mississippi for Baltimore Waehi Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kiir of stock- ConsIgnments for Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonnell GenI Mg 18declv LeeJutI April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General fortiylaMelDpbM each day from The beloD1sf allilnr7 dties service without tbus and f ILAP I am agent for the Page Wire FenceJJ And wilt sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at nil tiitea Also pure bred Dnrock Jersey for sale TCOYKirksville t S HARIFOAMVegetable J0 Tonic and Dandruff tICurejl l tJt JThe only cleans Jthe hatrremovesdandruffan I LeavestherestorehlllrtoS ToclaimpPRICE 25 CENTS J 0ForSale nrJIE C WINESbyCIIILDS0 iTrTAKE b IMORE LIVES ARE SAVE USINGDrDiscover FOP Consumption Coughs and CoL Than By AU Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined positivCuresBronchitis Pneumonia FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarsen WhOOPiCough Prico SOc Sl Trial Bottle EM tKodaDyspepsia Digests what you eat tdlgestants nevfailsthe food you want The most sensltl mathousandscured fterecrythlDgeJse the funedil ren with weak stomachs thrive on First dosa relieves Adletonnecessar trHteMredlIite1i coatUfcsSJi times theSOC s For wiiia by Perry Thomas