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II THE RICHMOND CLIMAX t J IIvOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 1904 NUMBER 46 I PHONE 80 U EC WINES DRUG STORE E COR MAIN FIRST k 7l71 iHighest Q uaIIty fioods 71 7d Lackey and UamiIton The good QE You the of the most L of the best for the Thv Q 222 Q22 2 22 2222 += are ready with our showing of New +Goods in every 7r w 1fa2 2 2t22J2Q22 J22J2L2J2 2 7J + The latest things in Dress k j Goods Novelty Suitings r Plain and Fancy Vaist ings Ginghams Percales pricesmWe are already showing some very beautiful Lawns for coming sea son at prices from 3e per up Large line of the newest things in Braid EmiLaces at all prices from Ic per yd up 1IVe have just received our Spring Hosiery The best values to be had in childmrens pU1Il ancy re7w lace and stripped Hosiery 8 10 m 1520 25c 4 is i J the at t the you the you 5 tl ij is is homes new am now do of L be Are I If you are a dyspeptic you owe it to and your to well annoys the fr lndK hecauto his sours dit well stomach Kodol Cure will not only cur indigestion and eotir stomach out this palatable recon I tonic diuesUnt strengthens the whole apparatus bweet n life as well as the stoma aoh take Kodol eta Cure the food ent is enjoyed is and Its wit apprprifttId by the hliod tissue Health Is result Sold by B Wines lm Lost Dork plaid shawl Paint Lick and Richmond Finder return to E V store lC SUSAN MiauiBB Py s 7I7i Very Pftces fi habit of buying goods cultivated by trading 7W at theHustling Cash Store 1f have advantage getting price 22aQ tWe Springp Ii1ea Trimming Eldera r Our Carpet and Lace Cur tain Department- is brimming with bargains Carpets 15c per yd and up Matting lOc and up Rugs ORe 125 150 2and upfl CURTAINS LACE 48c per pair Cottage Poles complete for 10 cts t The largest line of Trunks Suit Cases Telescopesand Valises in the citv Trunks 190 and up a nice 24inch Suit Case at S125 Tele scopes and Valises all prices 71 flWe have secured some of the best fnctory lines of SHOES to be had Style the quality the highes ftwear satisfactory price u1wavs the lowest Our FAMOUS TILT shoes for men at 350 to u 5 are the best liever in the city Try one pair and you will wear them Our stock of Spring Clothing IClothing for men and youths is immense Our prices will surprise you Mens nobby suits made of wearing materials at 498 Better goods at just as rea sonable Suits made to order and fit guaranteed 71 J Our prices are very lowest that can be made on all + qualities of goods We cordially invite to give us a look A look means purchase ofa bargain for + Our Motto is to Please Very Respectfully LACKEY AND HAMilTON 7I wcF Spring ApproachingI That the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their I with L11P r Etc J I prepared to this kind work at most tea soable prices I Outside and Inside Painting Papenl Varnishing Etc JThIJOrders left at B L Middeltons will promptly attended to jt IG MILLER You a Dyspeptic yourself friends set Dyspepsia dyspeptics disease psftsoii us as his Dyspepsia dyspepsia gtrumive digentive and the When you Dyspep you 7Itdigested assimilated nutrl properties C between I 71 1 71 yard For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the store room on Main street now by Mr T A IiB Laura S My as an can he by word at the State Hank Trust Cor by j 27 tf T D Terrill Ky H50M tW Is The Time to Visit Hot Springs Arkansas via Iron Mountain Konte The season at tile iiteat Health and Resort is now in full blast lint leaves St Louis daily at 820 p m the run in less than 12 hours Three other fast daily trains can he free by on or A1 DPA 419 street OJ Lowest shown latest shown always boys prices 7Jf Bright occupied Robinson- tf Bright Auctioneer services auctioneer secured leaving writing Chenanlt Telephone National Pleasure Climate unsqrpnssnd Sprlntrs Special making Handsome descriptive literature obtained calling addressing GAfcAonER Walnut Cincinnati 71 ffi Good for Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Couch Cure Rives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup pnRIimmEdltakes right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inflamr a lion heals and soothes and cures per mnnently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesus taming oxygen to the hloid and tie sues One Minute Cough Cure it pleasant to take and it is good aliPe for young and old Sold by E C Wines lm A Russian lieutenant gets about 200 a year a captain about 300 and a ma jor 450SThe Best Family Salve DeWitts Witch Hazel gives instant relief from Hums cures Cuts Bruises Sores Enema Tetter and all abrasions of th6 skit In buying Witch Uxzel Salve it is only necessary to see thai vrii get this genuine DeWitts and a cure is certain There are many cheap counterfeits on the market all of which are worthless and quite a number are dangerous while DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salv i perfectly harmless and cures Sold by E 0 Wines lm In India but one person out of 20 can read or write A Cure for Headache sufferinjfromdrowsv feeling should take ore or two of DeWitts Little Early Risers night and morning These famous little pills are famous because they are a tonic as well as a pill While they cleanse the system thev strengthen and rebuild it by their tonic effect upon the liver and b4welsSold by K C Wines lm A visit to the Richmond Carriage Works will convince you that we can serve you as never before The band somest hue of carriages phaetons buggies road carts etc ever displayed in Central Kentupkyhere awaits your inspection We will not only please you with the style and finish of our ve hides but will make the price as to suit yours means Our vehicles range in prices from 33 to 200 and such beauties were never placed on sale before in Richmond Every vehicle gnaranteedo be as represented Give us a call m o tf Richmond Carriage Works n t BIG COAL DEAL IA 40000 Acres In Kentucky Has Been EasternI Sergent Ky March 31 drews of Condersport Pa represent- Ing a wealthy Pennsylvania syndicate had Just closed a deal on 40000 acres of fine coal and timber lands in Letch er Knott and Perry counties making the largest deal of the kind consummated here In years The price paid was 15 per acre This deal will mean much for the development of the Eastern Kentucky coal fields arid within the next few years great developments will take place Mr Andrews said Wednesday that at least two distinct lines of railroads would be built to develop their property within the next two years One of them said he is the extension of the Lexington and Eastern from Jackson In all proba bility the other extension will be the Cumberland Valley branch of tho Lou isville Nashville from Harlan Court house There is greater activity In Kentucky coal land than was over evidenced before In many localities coal lands are selling for 30 and oven 40 per acre WEDDING POSTPONED The Groom Was So Tall His Head Struck the Door Frame Onrensboro Ky March 31i D Rasher a wellknown young man of this county whose stature is six fort four inches Is the victim of a peculiar accident He was to have been mar ned Wednesday and In the excitement of the occasion forgot to duck when he passed rapidly through a door The door frame struck him Just at the edge of the scalp for three Inches He was unconscious for some time and the attention of a surgeon was requiredII The wedding has been Ended Life By ShootingI Covington Ky March 31 Without apparently a single regret for a sleeping 3yearold son lying beside him or tho 5yearold daughter asleep on a pallet In tho same room Edward Bay er 36 early Wednesday morning fired a 3Scaliber ball through his heart at the Bayer home 76 West Ninth street Bayer was a soninlaw of J H Men man president of the Fanners and Traders national bank and wellknown business man He had been ill for some time and had not been actively employed for more than a year Father and Son Killed Uurnslde Ky March 31A fast northbound mall and express train No2 Q C rounding a curve be tween Burnside and TatevUle struck a cow on the track knocking the animal against Norton Morgan an aged man and his 14yearold son Oscar Morgan Father and son were taken aboard the train to be treated at Somerset hospital but both died before reaching Somerset Poolmen Indicted Louisville Ky March 31Tho grand Jury has returned indictments against the proprietors of the rooms now being operated in JeffersonI county Just south of the city limits The indictments charge them with un lawfully maintaining and operating aI common nuisance Marvin Conover Is Dead Columbia Ky March 31 Marvin Conover deputy Jailer of Adair county who was shot by Albert Burton near Knifley Tuesday died Wednesday Four women and three men who are alleged to be implicated in the crime arc in jail here Albert Burton has not been found Charges Against a Prominent Doctor Owlngsville Ky March 31Dr Etl Frank a prominent physician here was arrested accused of arson It IsIcharged that Dr Frank set fire to buildings at Aden Springs county belonging to F M Bent Tho motive for the alleged crime It Is said was revenge Lon Herr Wedded Lexington Ky March 31Lou Herr of this city and Miss Anna B Nash of Syracuse N Y wore marI ned Thursday In Cincinnati The groom is a nephew of the late Charley Herr the noted Kentucky horseman and the bride is a niece of Bishop Shipman Will Start Their Cars Ashland Ky March 3LNot a sin gle car on the Camden Interstate rail way has been operated for a week The company has notified the strikers that cars will start Thursday All old employes except those discharged are Invited to return to work Smallpox Appears at Owlngsvllle Owlngsvllle Ky March 31 Two cases of smallpox have made their ap pearance In town the first for three years The cases are confined to the Negro suburb of Harrisburg and the premises have been quarantined Prominent Woman Expires Lexington Ky March 31Mrs Sue J Prowltt aged 73 years prominently connected throughout the state died suddenly Tuesday night of acute in digestion at her home near this She was only sick a day cityI Express Agents Strike Mayklng Ky March 31ono hun dred express agents along the line the Norfolk Western railroad ofI out on a strike for higher wages shorter day Is also demanded Set Date For ConventionI Lexington Ky March 31I1he roo publican committee of the Seventh disr trict Issued a call for a district con ventlon to bo held In Paris April 26 Common house sparrows fly at the rate of 72 miles an hour A Great Sensation There was a bic sensation in Lee yule Ind when W M Brown of that place who was expected to lIe his life saved by Dr Kings New hadI covery for Consumption He I endured insuflerabe agonies from Asthma hut your New Discovery gave me Immediate relief and soon thereat ter effected a complete cure Similar cures ot Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price 60c and Guaranteed by R 0 Stockton drncgist Trial boi ties free lm Good wine makes a bad head and long story A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual xa ot stomach antI liver trouble physIcians could not help her Hn thought o and tried Kings New Life Pills and she rot relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at R C Stock tons drug store lm r Interesting Kentucky itmsJ DUTYJKILLED WHILE ON A Deputy Jailer Shot From Ambush By Albert Burton It Is Alleged Columbia Ky March 30Tuesday morning Marvin Conover deputy Jail er of Adair county and a son of Sam CoHOver of near this place was shot and killed It Is alleged by Albert Bur ton near Knlfley with a doublebarrel shotgun Conover with Sheriff Bram j Vaughn started to arrest Tom Burton on a capias Albert Burton a brother of Tom It Is alleged shot Conover from ambush Deputy Sheriff Vaughn thinks he hit Burton twice Deputy Vaughn held on to Tom and secured aid from this place to hunt for Albert A reward of 50 has been offered for the arrest of Albert KILLED FROM AMBUSH Richard Jenkins Shot By An Unknown Party Near PInevllle- Plneville I Ky March 30Richard UenWns known as Dead Dick was shot and Instantly killed on Buck creek 20 miles from here by unknown parties from ambush Jenkins played a prominent part in the mountain feuds which raged so desperately In the mountains several years ago leiis credited with having killed eighty men but for the last few years had been living a quiet and peaceable life He was wellknown throughout the mountain section of Southeastern Kentucky iDEMENTED MANS DEEDS Broke Wifes Jaws and Then Drowned Himself in a Pool Grayson Ky March 30 Joseiih iBurtnn aged 50 a farmer living three miles east of here slipped behind his wife while she was washing the din ner dishes and struck her with a wag on spoke breaking her lower and up per Jaws He then ran to a pool of wa ter and drowned himself His mind was affected by an attsk of la grippe The woman IB in a critical condition- ITo Stamp Out fmallpox Ky Mrch toDr J M Grant has received his commls sion from Gov Beckhrm as chairman of the Boone county board of health He has called a meeting of the mem bore of the county board at Burlington for the purpose of ta ing some steps toward stamping out t e smallpox opt demic in that place and vicinity Douglas Park Trcuting Track Louisville Ky Marh 30A deal will possibly bo else next week by which Douglas Park trotting track will pass into the hands of W J Snyder secretary of the Detroit Driving club who represents an eastern syn dlcate TIle price is said to be about 60000 IIrvineO Barnes the noted evangelist of Eastern Kentucky is in a series of meetings here Bstlll county is the 61st county he has pre led In on this tour and It is his pur ose to preach In each county of the rate May Call in Mitchell Louisville Ky March 30John Mitchell head of the United Mine- Workers may be called to Louisville to settle the wage scale for the Western Kentucky coal t Iners There is an to and a strike is ImminentI Sebree Ky March 3OAt his homo near hero In the Bell Court country Willie the 4yearold son of W J Prin j gle was fatally burned by his clothing taking fire from the grate He linger ed for several hours when death relieved him Died of Heart Trouble Harrodsburg Ky March 30Abs McMordle one of the bestknown and most prominent men in Harrodsburg Is dead Ho had been ill only a short time of heart trouble Mr McMordle was formerly chief of police of Har rodsburg Mules Kick Caused Insanity MelItonHis Insanity was caused by a Mole from a mule five years ago Weedburn Fair Leased Lexington Ky March 30Col Charles B Ewing proprietor of Wil lamette stud tills city has leased for grazing purposes 100 acres of the famous Weedburn fair owned by the late Col A J Alexander Wounded Conductors Condition Lexington Ky March 30Fhero la little or no change in the condition of Jack Beauchamp the Queen Crea cent freight conductor who was shot Tuesday night at Burgin by Town Marshal Daniel Whisky Crop Short Louisville Ky March 30The whisky crop of Kentucky for 1D031904 is estimated at 20221366 gallons as compared with the previous year year Prices are expected to advance The Work of Experts Clinton Ky March SO Cracksmen CltY1blewin stamps and money The work Is evi dently that of experts Beckham Goes Home Frankfort Ky March OGov Beckham left Tuesday for his old home Bardstown where he will spend several days Makes a Clean Sweap Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever litaid of Unckiens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions nnd Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by R C Stockton druggist 1m Th true measure of success is eight quarts to the perkSRobbed the Grave A stni ling inriient in narrated bv 1in Oliver ol Philadelphia as fol iows 1 was in nn awful condition M skin wns almost snnk til tongue coated paThcontmially in hick and widen no appetite growing w aker day by lay Three physicians lied given me lip Then I was advifed to use Electric Bitters to my erea jythe first bottle made a decided im provement I continued tmr nan for manjone to try them Only bOo guaranteed at R j C Stocktons drug Btoap 1m r J+ Y Dung Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weakand others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big andstrong while others stay small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an difficultyChIld starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed Scots Emulsion really feeds and ges the child growing strenglh Whatever the cause of weak growScottsit and rightSendScott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl st NewYotti 5oc and Jloo i nil druggists TEST OF SUBMARINES Are Succesful in Defending Harbor in 1 ecent British Naval Maneuvers A remar able test of submarine boats has been n ide at Portsmouth England In the cou se of the British naval ma neuvers thl re it was decided to attack the defenses o the harbor and learn what could be c ne by the submarines In repelling the assault The assailant was the home leet under Admiral Wilson consisting of four battleships with five cruisers which received orders to force an entrance into Portsmouth harbor The submarine flotilla was aware that tie attacv would be made at when the battleships were within rangeI of the forts the latter opened a terrific fireUnder cover of this cannonade four tor pedo destixyers put to sea and steamed toward ttu assailants Alongside each destroyer s d close under her portbeam was a subr arlne screened from the bat tleshipThe d stroyers approached within striking Istance of the battleships amid a fearful roar of blank ammunition from the forts and ships When the appointed distance had been reached the four de stroyers fell hack puttlngon all steam At the same Instant the submarines sank and a few minutes later arose one alongside each battleship and claimed the latter as their victims The crews of the submarines displayed great skill and endurance in their work but their aims to victory are disputed by the offit rs of the battleships who say such movenente would have been im pt islble In a real engagement COLOJY OF MANIACS Sect of X ine Lunatics Who Believe Htman Sacrifices Are Necessary Maniacal proceedings are reported among the 500 members of a socalled religious sect living in a colony on Beals island near Joneeport Me One woman who tried to kill her children after announcing at a revival that God had orderPd her to make the sacrifice has been IJudged Insane and taken to the hospitr at Bangor Jonesport deputy sheriff and citizens have gone to the Island to calm the excited Inhabit antsPerson ust returned from the scene assert that during the revival the wom an who vi is brought to the hospital called out that the voice of God had told her that a certain dog must be killed The anlnr was brought Into the meet aniDivine cr imand that a cat in the vII lage shou J be put to death The execu tion was Tried out but when she arose a third ti e and declared she had been furiousIIfore shec ild carry out the command The Isle1ers are destroying their watches welry and other articles of ornament TO BE GOOD EAT APPLES Eirjctor of Pomology at St Louis Says rait Will Cure Liquor ad Tobacco Habits Apples are a sure cure for the drink and tobacci habits and for the low morals whh lead to crime says John T Stens n director of pomology at the St Loulp orlds fair Pamphlets setting forth the efficiency of apples as a cur of bai habits will be distributed vith lOOOfOO apples on Apple day Sep trber 27 n order o work a sure cure by means of he app diet Prof Stenson advises th when ne has a craving for a smoke an apple bo substituted It a drink of liquor is desired take an apple in Its place if th re Is a tendency to do something despeiate sit down and quietly eat an apple and reflect over It conItained in the apple to eradicate bad hab is Mr Stenson does not pretend to say Senator Cockrells moral life and his high standard of statesmanship Is cited as an incident of the benign influence of apples It is a wellknown fact that the senator makes his lunch off apples every ray to the exclusion of all other food ned has kE t up tills diet for 30 years BGGEST CARVING KNIFE Monster Blade Thirty Feet in Length Will Be Exhibited at St Louis Worlds Fair The biggest carving knife ever manu factured aay be seen at the St Louis worlds fair This monster blade is 30 feet in lent th and has an edge as sharp as a razor It is made out of the finest steel and tie handle Is a masterpiece of the cutlers art elaborately carved and beautifully polished It would take a veritable giant to wield a knife like this The blaca Is altogether of American iranufac lIre and it Is expected to show for the fin time that American cutlery has now n iched a point of perfection where It fears no rivalry The giant carving knife cost several thousand dol lars tnd special machinery had to be made before its construction could begin No such knife was ever before manufactured r EVERY DEPARTMENT IN THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is Chuck ThingsforThe Suit Parlors have been replenished with a large shipment of the celebrated Princees Skirts and Suits just opened and put on sale See them The first shipment of Schloss Bro Fine Suits for men arrived Monday night and are now on salet Dont fail to see them The La Francezthe newest most stylish and best fitting Footwear for ladies is sold solely by us See the uptodate last and try the wear and fitting qualities of the La France Shoes for ladies We are sole agents for Richmond IOur New Wash Fabrics- are the talk of the town Dont buy until you have seen them are of in are our of of we at are t is in in see at of all are Advance on as as on If IIOUl Hambergs and LacesIprettier and lower elsewhere money IIitWe showing the strongest line Swiss and Lace Curtains ever seen thisI cityt Our styles new prices the lowest have 150 pair Swiss Curtains that will sell 39c per pair They worth 75c Carpet and Matting stock the largest ever shown Richmond Tapestry Moquett Axminster Body Brussells shown endless variety You will Ingrains Granites Linoleums Mattings until you get tired looking thems Rugs and Druggets kinds Our prices the lowest qualities the bests See them No Cotton Goods long stock hand lasts you need Cottons buy now you visit we are very For Sale Privately Mv brick livery stable on Irvine stnet complete outfit including ten wood livery horses ten buggies two stirnet flue wagonette one drummer waiiou mid a lot of baled hay and curl If not sold will rent the stable and sell the outfit HBfiinBSCK FOR SALS I have for sale a number one residence on street containing eight rooms good cistern all necessary out lmildiiiKs Lot 40x190 feet Price C2500 J W Masters febltf Richmond Ky Eight hour are ignored by those tiroless little workers Dr Kings l4fe Pills Millions am always at work night and curing Indiges tion Biliousness Constipation Mck Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug store lin I are newer at Get our prices and save I t all We Our and and and Second laws New day See our NewDress Get our prices get our Dress Goods Sales Ladies to help you plan your dress They are and know how to save you money and make you a pretty dress I to a cordial invitation to our Bargain Store respectfully 1w D QLDHAM eo with Working Overtime c rBig Hill Coal Co l ORLANDO KY J Ith of AInite Coa1- E + + + + + ++ + + + + + ++ + +++ + + + + + +4 + + + + +A t to last all night in i w t gratt without any attention tJ +4+ 4+ i nu l f ilELDERS TOREI s 4 t 3 The busy shoppers ot Richmondand Madison county will find that Elders 1lI Bargain Store is the Money Saving place of the cityt Daily we are re- ceivings the prettiest line of Spring Goods ever placed on our counters andour If J prices for this season are just as low as ever Our Motto is UNDERBUY and UNDERSELL RGGZorsets Better than Ever You can rost assured your dollar if invested here buys better anti more value that is obtainable elsewhere Our customers must not take it for granted that everything in Cotton Goods has because other houses say 50 for if you will get our prices in this you will find them praetiually the same old ones as we bought long before the unsettled state of the market We will sell you India Linen at 5 7J 81 10 1SJ 15 18 30 andc per yard See ourziieo Voile Melange at lo per yard do not fail to purchase a suit ofctfthis goods We want to ask you to inspect our stock of White Goods purchasing and let us place before you our pretty Sheer White India Linen White Victoria and Persian Lnwn Nuinsooks and Dimities and a beautiful line of White Madras The above good are worth more money but owing to a large purchase before tho advance we are enabled to sell them at money saving prices to every purchaser We will sell Ginghams at 6 6J 7J 6J and lOc per yard Draperies 8J 10and 1210 up to 35o per yard In Our GlothlnG we have a larger stock to select from than ever The net ldresser WIll rariJy Ills wants whln once his eye rests upon our mammoth steck of JiIia fashions and the prices will actually surprise you when you find such good values at such low prices Jinns Suits from 33 50 up to 1250 Dove Suits horn 9Sc up to ri6 When you pnrchase a Suit let us put in a John B Stetson Hat for only S375 Shoes Our Shoe Bargains are great Mens and Lac ldics Shoes from SOc up to 4 NotIon Hardware Files 3 6 and 8o Tacks Ic box 6 Tea k J Spoons do 6 tahle Spoons 6c Hair Brushes 10 to 35c Curling Irons 3 4 and 60 Machine Oil Cans 6c V Machine Oil 5c Picture Hooks 5c doz unver Egg Renters 9c Shaving Brushes 5 Iud lOc Metallic Sft HaIr Brushes 10 and 15e Rubber IUuJl 6c Rubher Toys 6 to 6Oc Toy Hatchets fle Pantocks 5 10 DUll rIlk 5x0 Shelf Brackets bc 10r12 Shelf Brackets 25e Fish Hooks Ie dora 2 lb Spring Eances 7o Podia Cottage Barometer 15c beautiful assortment of Janllneres at 25 29 34 39 and 49c Bras Head Tacks 5c Scrub Brushes Cc Mouse Traps 3c NotIons Pins Ic Needles Ic Tape Ic Kid Curlers 1 45 Jard 8r Memorandum Books 13 5 8 and tOe Day Books 5o up Ledgers and Journals heavy bound tipped 200 pages 75c Dolls 1 5 and lOc 6 Lead Pencils 5o Decorated Crepe Paper ISc Paper J etc Boxes 10 and 15c 30 sheets Paper 5c 50 Envelopes 5c Window Shades S to k Grand Pas Won Jp der Soap4c Trunks S125 to 10 See our MATTING CARPETS and OIL CLOTH lQ j Respectfully iA to the Cash Trade J III b I H L Goods uptodate Extending Mammoth Shippers Guaranteed ordinary CAIAIUGUE department Department ClothingLondon Submitted E V Elder liiitLI r w4 C ce fli J Q II1 II 11 I j C s i p ecoooft u seI as11 The Qretcst Selection e il z = OF IJJ4 STYLISHes esoseoos s S sSSSSSSSS SeS eS e S o o S H 0 E S s s sse V St eS eSS s e e esss s I SS SS S SS S S S S S S S S S 0 S 55 S S S S S S S S S S OOGSOOS SO SOOaOSSQSSSOSSSSSSSI5 St ever shown in the city While we carry an elegant line I 0Io ever ng in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that J we all special attention to our elegant line of New Spring Shoes for ladies men and children You can make no mistake by looking our line over as it represents some of the best shoemakers of the world and you will see our prices E are lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes m t Ii E 1 Fi CRUTCIiER TRIBBLE i p E Main Street Richmond t Kentucky a S S S S S e S S S S S S S S S S S 4 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SSSOS SO SS S S S S S G 30OO0ODao o01 he Richmond Climax I pr1catiWEDNESDAY tellUHLJMHThe Climax Printing Co Incorporated FOR JAILER Wft anihoriied to aa ooaoe THO CURRY M S CMdidrte for islIer of OTMty Mibiaet t toe acttoaof UM Itetaoerfttle Is u ROMANTIC Mini beautiful was the ilylug mjuost of O M Strador of Louisville whos dttatb occurred inI Philadelphia II add When Iam d1 my with is that ruSwill that my hs shall be placed in an urn and tnken liaek to Louisville my birthjdaen tad the home of my boyhood ami there scattered upon tie waves of tbe beautiful Ohio river WIMMI this is lone if th At gel Ga lrtol cm collect my remains for the judgment will t fce oil my hat to hItni wit be there at the lust roll IhSThat is nil l Htetle to a degree but we faur that thltthif in that last sun twee will htie yowl deal of weight It is most proimblc that Gabriel will detriver for ashes APTKK presiding as Judge over a JnMioe Court for seven years having oues brought fur trial solemnizing mtrisgei and doing all the duties f it Justice illiam Evans of Ualom Wtsooibin fans found that he is not a oken of the United States having never Utkeii out his naturalization jia pere OH his arrival from England In order to make legal all he has done tbe Legislature of the State will have lo pass a billinNo WONUKK the Republicans wore in such haste to adjourn Con rlsll be fire an invontigutioii into the rotten conditions nf the Postoiilcc depart ment should be made They art afraid lest too much corruption bt fouiit right here on the eve of eke tion Theie might also be some rot tenness in iither executive depart ments whioh will he looked into CIL BrowerCo I I LEXINGTON KY Our line of WALL PAPER is now at its best We are displaying this s aon a line of new designs new patterns and eff ots In American English French and German produc tlonH that are not excelled anywhere Your taste in Wall Papers can Be satisfied here without any trou pie t1 c Sume anti see us and let us give you an ostinmui on any work you ma7hwant done I CJBrnwer CO b MAJN AND BROADWA ti LEXINGTON Ky jI3IfI y f SENATOR McCitEAitv of this oitJ1 niade the main speech in the Senate last Thursday on the Postollice Ap 11riatt1I Hill which was befor body for consider fin The Senator declared that an investigation of the rotten condition god to be existing in that depart meut was the duty of Congress and should be authorized at once Tile Senator began his speech by referring to the resolution for an inves igation of the departm tit introd U oil 0by Senator Pun rose chairman of the Pot rtSce Committee The Senator as kedohy the Republicans had changed tllIir minds about the matter Vhn the people of the country do manded an investigation due to the universal opinion that the department was honeycombed with fraudand corm ption In support of his statement he read an extract from the message of the President last December saving the same thing and added that the report of Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow showed a condi tion of gross corruption and that hun dtods of thousands of dollars of the pen les money had gone into the pockets of dishonest officials This appropriation is the largest made hy Congress currying as it loos 170000000 The Postollice Depart m nt is nearer the public and more in touch with them than any other partmiut antI fourfifths of the used for expenses come out of the pockets if the people In view of this feet the people have a tight to demand an iqulry It was suggested that this investigation shoulfl be mad tiy espabli members of Congress This said the Senator is not H question of party It is a question o honesty No mn has a right to put p rty ab ice an honest administration of the Government and the faithtul discharge of his obligations We owe it to ourselves the people and good an11egalInocent men are vindicated and no guilty man escapes Why do you ro fus an investigation of this depart th W byethat dishonesty ant fraud are wreak ing in the department There must ibe some reason for objections to an investigation nf the department Receipt BnclhilewRshitld receipt for making whitewashteIil out by the government It has been ound to answer on wood brick and stone nearly us well as oil paint and is much cheaper Slack half a bushel tin keepIIItrain s oolvedAround rice put in boiling water and wiled to a thin paste half a pound of powdered Spanish whitriini and a loiiml of clear glue dissolved in w rm water mix these well together and let da8Keeptlt or portable furnace and when used pamtrsBIRTHS JONES Born to the wile ol D W eihtfJOUlddallhter YIUGRK Mr and Mrs F J Yeagi St are happy over the birth ofa 12 pound son on last Friday DOZIER Mr and Mrs H G Dozier of Red House are liappv over the arrival of a flue son on last Monday nzrnOn last Friday night a fine son arrived at the home of Mr and ire T J Smith Jr The happy par- tntll are receiving the congratulation of their many friends WALLA E To tine wife of Mr H L Wallace ot Frenchburg a fine son Iharlpfl Jewell Mr and Mrs Wallac until recently resided at Paint Lick They have been married about twelve y iIm and this is the first addition ji their family They have the best wishes of their friends for their son and eir How sihis We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that carnot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure OWeandbellbvefinanciallyabley their firm DruSSissToIPdoW OhioHaJIp interI acting directly upon the blood and mucoa surfaces of tins nvstem perbottleHalls Family Pills are the beat 1m lJ i tl II Protects the System Against Catarrh Hyomoi Prevents Colds and Cures Grip and Catarrh Money Back if it Fails An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure A few breaths of Hy omei through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit will check a cold or the grip at the start and prevent Bftriona and lasting illness In all catarrhal troubles and diseases of the air passages Hyomei has a pos itive action not possessed by any other medicine or treatment It is pleasant arid convenient to use simply put drops of Hyomei in the inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times II day In this way every particle of irm that enters the lungs is charged with eshing balsam that kills all catarrhal Ke ms soothes and allays the irritated mucous membrane vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a permanent and complete cure A Hyomei outfit costs only SI and contains an inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of Hyomei The inhaler lasts a lifetime and when more Hyo niei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for B L Middelton will give his personal guarantee with every Hyomei outfit and will refund the money if it does not cure 1m Following Low Rates In Effect via L N New Orleans April 4 and 5 limits April 9 one fare plus 25c round trip Account Southern Good Road Conven tion Chicigo April 29 30 May limited May 10 one fare plus 5Uc round trip a count A M E Conference Dallas Texas May 15 16 17 limited May 31 one fare plus 225 round trip General Assembly Cumberland Pres byterian Church San Francisco Los Angeles April 22 to 30 limited June 30 round trip from Richmond 6770 account General Assembly M E Church and National meetinc Retail Grocers One way secondclass colonist to Cal ifornia March 10 April 30 and September 15 to October 15 Rate from Richmond SJ910 Special one way secondclass colonist to Northwest March to April 31 and September 15 to October 15 J W Hamilton Agent Strayed From my place near the Madieon County Stock Yards a black yearling steer with horns RewardJoe IGmtf Richmond Ky Obituar- yIt had been said that the editors use the whitewash brush in obituaries and dare not tell the truth about the dead r the living This is not a fact the editor simply wants to make the living feel as good as he can and to assuagt grief by taffy Occasionally we are willing to tell al things just as they are in detail How will the following do for a starter Died Thomas P Thomas aged 29 years 0 months and 12 days Deceas ed was a mildmannered pirate with a mouth for whisky and an eye for boodle He came here in the night with another want wife and joined the church at the first chance He owed several dollars for the paper a large meat bill and you could hai him pray six blocks He died singing Jesus Paid it AUand we think he is right as he never paid anything lilui self He was in an asbestoslined cas ket and his many friends threw pnlm leaf fans in the grave as he way ne them His tombstone wilt be a favor ite roosting place for helldrivers and hootowls Let him RIP Rest I- npeaceEr Wile Fencing I have just rtceived a carload of Page woven wire fence of all styles all of the number 12 instead ol number 14 the first ever sent to this couuty The prices now are right at the bottom and now is the time to buy I can sell fenc ing cheaper than you can buy if you were an agent and bought the fencing in rod lots for this reason If you buy less than 2500 rods you pay you own freight While in car load lots the factory pays This gives you an idea why I can undersell any other man who buys less than cor load lots Come and see me bnforo you buy I will guarantee that you go home witha wire renee My stock of fencing is com posedof poultry five tot farm four foot hog fence extra heavy farm fence taid gates any size staples etc Give me a call for such J T Coy KirbByille Ity In India but one person ot of 20 can reador write I vrJs rf Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walk ers stable on Irvine street and See the best bred and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood 16796 standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion 16 hands high Only 15 to insure a living colt DEATHS MARTINNews has been received here of the death in Fort Worth Tex a of Mr James Martin Deceased who was 77 years old was a brother of Mr David G Martin of Conway and was born and reaied in this county His wife WAS Miss Henrietta Lipscomh tlSII of this countv Besides his wife there area number of children to mourn his lossLPRE WITT Great sorrow was caused iere by the death of Mrs Sue Previtt lilcli occurred in Lexington last Tues lny night For long years during the life of her sister Mrs Bourne deceased lived in this city and was greatly be lived by a largo circle of friends She vaa Christian ot the highest typedgentle and kind and at all times an ex imple worthy of imitation Mrs Prew iit died at the home of Mrs Walter Scott after only a few hours illness of acute indigestion Sits was 74 years of age and leaves tin children Her re TueIdayFLORA After a long and painful ill ness Mrs 0 C Flora died Monday at her home on North street Deceased vas born October 14 1833 hence wri 71 years of age She was a devoted member of tine Baptist church and was a Godly Clirlftimi woman ready at all times to do her Masters will itosides chl1lIrenGriffin Flora of Campbellsville Mr A IX Flora of Cincinnati Mr Omp Flora of Illinois and Mr John Flora of this city and Afesdame Sarah Hol man and Callie tuna also of this city One beautiful daughter Miss Florence died several years ago The funeral will occur to day after which the remains will be interred in the Richmond cemetery The famIly have the ssympathy all in their bereavement COLLINS Mrs 0 J Collins died last Tuesday at her home on the campus after a long and painful illness aged 73 years Deceased was a resident of this county fur Ion g years moving into own only a few years ago She was a plendid Christian woman living the life of a true child of God Sim sa trongs in tine faith and now she hae finished her toils on earth and is gath ered with the blessed of the Father Deceased is survived by the following children Messrs Hugh Charles ant Iticlmrd Colver and Mr Thomas H Jollins all of tins county They have he sympathy of all in their bereavement anti loss ofa tender devotee iiiother She lived to see her four stalwart sons grown to manhood and all respected mid honored gentlemen who are all tine better for having had iucti a mother to guide them in paths of duty Her remains were laid to rest last Thursday morning in the Rich mond cetnete ryiFIXNBIL Alter a painful illness of pneumonia luirli Fiunell died Friday night at the nmie of his mother on Iain street his death came as peacefully as sleep to a tired child Hugh who was 22 years old was the only son of Mrs MattiH Kinnoll Afflicted from bit th lie was a sufferer all ol his life Eu spite oft is affliction however tie was filled wit n an unusual amount of ambition ami he was gilted this gift manifest itself when he was vet only a child So pronounced was his knowledge ol rIle intricate workings of watches and clocks and other most delicate machinery that friends marveled at bin genius and were ready to say like tine poet of old Still the wonder grew that one small bead could carry al he knew His ambition knew no b unds He began his work as a silversmith first in his mothers sewing rooms his business increased and at the time of his death he was the proprietor of a well fitted jewelry itore on Main street where he still enjoyed studying tine tiry wheels springs etc in watches and clocks His death is a severe blow to his widowed mother and the deepest sympathy of all goes out to her Two sisters Mrs Frank Miller of Florida and Mrs Chenault Willis of Nicholasville are also left to mourn the loss of a brother this funeral services took place Saturday afternoon at three oclock at tine residence of Mr N B Deatherage on Second street tint sermon being preach ed by Rev Htiirh McLellan Followed by a large concourse of friends the remains were taken to the Richmond cemetery where all that was mortpl of Hugh Finnell was consigned to Mother Earth The Julians The Columbia Stock Company inclu ding Mr and Mrs Frederick Julian plaved a three nights engagement here last week and to say it was an excel lent troupe would bo putting it mildly They are way ahead of the usualreper toire companies Every member is an artist and too high a compliment cannot be paid the clover acting of Mr and Mrs Julian On Tuesday night they presented The Other Woman On Wednesday night Du Barry was put on This was superb tine costum ing ol Louis 15th of France was gor geous and the portrayal of the diflereit characters was all that could be asked Thursday nights bill was equally good This was decidedly tine best show with out an exception that has come to our city and we regret that so few saw it We trust that the company will not feel discouraged by the email audience that greeted tlieui but that they will visit our city again next season We wish there were more repertoire com panics as good as The Columbia A visit to the Richmond Carriage Works will convince you that we can serve you as never before The handsomest mine of carriages phaetons buggies rend carts etc ever displayed in Central Kentucky here awaits your inspection We will not only please you with the style and finish of our vehicles but will make the price so as to suit yours means Our vehicles range in prices from 38 to S200 and such beauties were never placed on sale be fore in Richmond Every vehicle guaranteed to be as represented Give us a call m 9 tf Richmond Carriage Works Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be StateBRnJj 27 tf T D Clienaiilt KyTelephone5OM The true measure of success is eight quarts to the peck c PERSONAL InMtlSterling Mr Kuper Hood was in Lexington last last weekIIMiss Pickels is in Le frxingtonMr Clyde Hurt Is at homo from Hot Springs ilMrhere last week Mr Nathan Woodcock of Danville was here last weekgMr Ambrose Wagers of Cincinnati was here last week Mrs Evan McCord of Sealtle Wash ington is visiting relatives hero Hon C L Searcy of Waco in in ouisville this week OB business Mrs E G Parrish and two cnildren spent last Wednesday ir Frankfort Mr Robert Vinn of Wisemantown Jstill county was a court day visitor I ere Judeo Sautley of Stanford candi ate for Appellate Judge is hero this week Miss Laura Bennett has returned from a visit to Mrs Albert Severance in TexasMr las Parrish went to the city last week to have his eyes treated by a specialistfiMrWJ Gillisple of Garrard county is at the Pattie A Clay infirmary or ti eat merit Judge Cantrill Georgetown Can didate for Appellate Judge was in the oity SaturdayvMrs H M Blanton had as her sue t last week her sister Mrs W C S mith of Lexington- Dr T J Taylor is out after a very serious illness much to the delight of bis patrons and friends Uuptain Gibson of Virginia was ure last week visiting his sons Drs H R and W M Gibson Mrs Sallie Leeds has returned to her home in Paris after an extended visit to her son Mr W L Leeds Hon Harvy Helm of Stanford can didatj for Congress from this district was a visitor in this city Monday Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard were here to attend the funeral of Hugh Fiunell on Saturday Mr L P Evans has been elected president of the Young Moas Christian Association for the ensuing year Mr C E Nelson of New York City was here last Wednesday and Thurs lay the guest of Miss Mabel Letton Mr Coleman Boain of Estill Co was here Monday mingtin with the Courtday crowd and visiting rela ivesMr J S Joplin of Bloomington Ill came last week to join his wife who fins been visiting relatives for several weeks Mrs Spears of Jessamine county s here visiting her daughters M u dames R E Turley T T Covington and Joe Chenault Mr Thomas Anderson a former Madison county resident but now of Lancaster was here Monday shaking hands with his many friends Miss Willie Mae Jarman has return ed from Lexington She was accom panied by Miss Gurley and Miss Mar garet Ballard who whre her guests for a few days It will be gratifying news to his many friends to know that Mr S L Midkiff is convalescing from his recent severe illness and will soon be able to go about Miss Laura Clay of Lexington who Is well known here has been made president of the Daughters of the American Revolution Mrs William Devoro has returned from Hot Springs She reports that her son Claude who is sufferingwith rheumatism is doing nicely Professor I C Hunt of Shelby ville came up and spent Saturday and Sun day with his wife who is here visiting her mother Mrs Elizabeth rowe Miss Carolyn Reid has returned to her home in Mt Sterling after a de ligbUul visit to her sister Mrs D M jCbenanlt Miss Reid has many friends and admirers in this city who regret her departure Rev Hugh McLcllan will be in Charleston S C Sunday at which time be will officiate at the dedicatory services of a new Christian church This is quite an honor most worthily bestowed Mr John Turloy who recently un derwent a surgical operation in Louisville is now with his wife and her parents in Winchester He is rapid ly recovering his health which will be gratifying news to his friends here Mr and Mrs Tnrley returned home Monday The Christian Endeavor Society will give a mite sonial Friday evening the home of Mr and Mrs J D Dykes on Third street Ten cents will be charged and everybody is invited A delightful musical program will be givenMiss Louise Covington the talented and attractive daughter of Mr Milton Covington left last week for Brenan College at Gainesville Gawhere she has taken a position in the faculty of that Institution Miss Kennedy who for a number of years was a m mber of the faculty of Madison Institute I now engaged at Brenan College MEN Capable ot Earning JtOGO TO 5T000 A YEAR Traveling Salesmen Cleik Merchant No matter what your business produclndelartnnenrCompany of New York in thiS ecttOu atfordi a chance for a few good men eight vacancies on the agency fore remain open for men of bywrlUngno make a change no previous experience t lnstrue10itCCurdIrvsldent630 Million Dollars ManagerUnlLed I t ilia Mrs Joint D LIen went to Richmond Tuesday to visit relatives a y or two Harry James remains ry low There is little prospect of his getting well Carlisle Mercury Mr James has been holding the posh tion of operator for the L N at this place and the news of his serious ill ness will be a source of regret to his- iends A trio of very charming Kentcky girls grace that fashionable institu on Washington College on third tnd T streets These young Ipdies are Misses Eleanor Chenault and Mary Lee Coyler of Richmond and Miss- lizaheth E Edwards of Paris The pretty Bluegrass group are among he most popular hostesses among the students at their brilliant Friday evening recaptions Kentucky chivalry tinds its way to the shrine of Kentucky beauty Courier Journal Miss Louise KaufTman left Saturday for Charleston W Va where she has accepted good position in one of the public schools Miss Kauffmnn who is a graduate of Central University- t Richmond is eminently fitted for the place and lien many friends whio regretting to see her eave Lanraxtei wish her all uceese Lancaster Hoc ord Miss KaufTman is qiiU a favorite here where iheatiedel school nd hns often visited her cousin Miss Van Greenleaf Her many friends her much success in her new eldMr and Mrs Harry Slough of Lexington announce the engagement of their daughter Mary to Mr F Preston Smith the wedding to occur on 21st Miss Stocgh who is a ery attractive young woman is well known here where she has often vis ted Misses Elizabeth Feeny and Edna Schlegel and Mrs Coleman Nell The prospective groom Is chief clerkat the O O freight depot in Lexing ton and is said to be a most exemplary yoang man and quite a favorite Richmond friends are extending heartycongratulations In advance WallPaper L Oils Etc IHemember the Clean Up Sale at ail1s in high class gro ceries 23m2t Agents Wanted 6a day made by our men selling Air Lights Write for tennis Chicago Air Light Co 88 5th Ave Chicago meat Bargains We have two hanoi made buggies costing 125 each which will now be utTered at 50 each This is an oppoi tunityto secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works oOuitf S L Midkiir Prop Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist cant make Stoufler Mauler Four handsome well located lots 50 x 180 feet cheap on installment ulan Also two lots in a stoneo throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply to L P Evans State Bank Trust Co Big For Rent Our large and store room 18 x lOt feet No 203 south side Main street This is one of the best located best lighted and handsomest store room In the city Suitable for almost any kind of business Call on or ad dress JOHN G TAYLOR SONS Richmond Kentucky Telephone No 297 Reduced excursion rates to Los An gales and San Francisco and return via the Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route Tickets 2AprilJune 30 loot Choice of routes Lib eral stopover privileges Through standard and tourist sleeping cars Full particulars cheerfully furnished A A Gallagher D P A Cincinnati 0 Have rubber tires to take the place of the old wornout steel tires now on your vehicle We can make a new ve hicle out of your old one Call and get our prices and we will convince you we are here to do business Richmond Carriage Works in 9 tf 8 L Midkifl Prop Contest of Music and Elocution A contest of music and elocution witht be given under tine auspices of Million Rebekali Lodge No 28 I O 0 F Thursday April 14 The program will consist of the following lag Best Piano DuetFirst prize 5 second prize S2 Best Recitation girl or boy under 14 years of age First prize S2 second prize Best Recitation young lady over 14 years of ageFirst prize S5 second prize 2oBest Recitation young over 14 years of age First prize 5second prize 2 liest Vocal Solo by young lady First prize So second prize 2Best Vocal Solo by young getlemans First prize So second prize Best Vocal DuetFirst prize 5 sec ond prize S2 Those wishing to enter any of the above mentioned contests will please leave their namui and address with Miss Callie Adams at W D Oldhams store or B Juett at his utnre- QrEBN8 CONTEST In the meantime balloting to begin a All young ladies will he eligible to enter this contest Ballits should be left with B Juett or at the County Judges office s = tJl 78 L tThis is the question so many people have been asking 71 I Another will ask Are they the proper thing to weartt J + In answer to that question we invite you to stop and take a lookat show windowswhere you always find the 4 latest out t7 and see just what will be And better still come on the inside and we take pleasure in fitting ill+ you upin these new things i= ili7F andF- Arnold71 + s l YY71 71 71 7F I 71 l Oddities Predominate This Year There have been times when it seemed as if all papers looked alike but that is certain v not the case this year We have so many radically different styles that there is very little likelihood no matter what you select that any one of your nclgbIbors will select a style J Geo M Willging Paints Window Shades Frames commodious gentleman byI will worn will Picture irTis the parent Iti ofwealth Save your money and II deposit in State IBank Trust Ir Richmond Co HEMPSTEAD Hempstead will make the season of 1904 at Ellendale Stock Farm Rich mond Ky at 500 SOT a ttl eO Hempstead was sired by young Jim byLumps Hempstead is a blood bay and is perfect in gait and action and is an nbred George Wilkes Kind Arthur KingArthur1500 For a Living Colt ArIinheMoney due when mare leaves tho bands of the original owner or bred to another norse Lien retained on colts until service fee is paid Due diligence will be exercised in care of mares but will nut be responsible for accidents 4JNORichmond Ky For the next 2o lays we willclose ut for cash at cost two Moores donblt heaters three Radiant Homes tIne Coles Hot Blast stoves in order to make room for spring goods D B Shackelford Co Dont iorget we acknowledge no busInesstf Stouffer ti Mahler Th The Calvert MISS WILLIE K HOCKER PUOPKIETKESS DaySpecial fes 3041 FINNEY AVENUE ST LOUIS MOJSmy r t iL ffi 7INffi m Will Tan I 7FShoes Worn this 71 Summer our Rice ParsonsAbdallah hyHaxhall u we have the best Equipped Best Lighted and the most up to date TftILORHOP in the South tThis fact alone should convince the public that we are prepared to dj the very best work s We have in our employ only the most skilled workmen and are now ready to serve the people of Richmond Madison and adjoining cou- ntiesOUR GARMENTShave an individuality which cannot be excelled any where Satisfaction guaranteed on all our work Stouffer Mahler We will use this space for the next six months to advertise our fine mill work interior finishes hardwood floors etc Write usI Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Company- E Main C O R R LEXINGTON KENTUCKY J o rJ When the Cook Leavesi- ts mighty handy to have a fire that can be lighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match One Turn of a Valve J J and your fire is started with the striking of a A match All expense is as easily stopped t done cooking and the kitchen remains cool whpnJ comfortable for the finishing up- t J With Gas FueJ ii there is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no Jcoal pails to litter up the kitchen jWould you like to knoW bout Gas RICHMOND Water c Light Co i t1 pr Land iWealthMore than thatlandto acerage in the is the BOurse of all wealth The ratio of dotermlncdand what is the reeult Its In any state in tho Union in two State What if threefourths the arlthmetlc population lpportunlties doubled in that ArkansasIndiantie4ourth the population of vast is supprting less than ton thrive llde sidewhere itscapacitv Fertilealand where wheat and cot PossibllitiesIhe two yearly vegetable crops are demonstratedgreates fruItStory The low in the country but thats only half the IdmainONE FARE Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each Month The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APR 1904 Diamonds c Watches I Clocks r Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry- andPreciousStones of very description t These are some of the vthings to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your I watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to V Lanes hell fix that too If yon want anything that can be found in a first class Jewelry establishment go c to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles f L ELaneJe- welerc and Optician j OLD JOE WHISKY Hand mate Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It it of old style manu facture No- BETTER can he found for medicinal pur poses You want the est Furnished Strictly to Family Trade T 10 vear old in jugs S4 00 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5 1ju 250 5 h bottles 8 New Whisky SI 80 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop OW Joe Distillery McBraj er novlvr Anderson county Kv Asheville NC center of the beautiful Land of the Skytt A Mjperb elavated plateau the lowest point oi which is two thousand fen above the level of the sea Situated II tlie ninet favorable portion of the tern perate zone The oflinial Government records Ol Western North Carolina which ar unitnjteitchiitble twiItIIIt iziv ta to lowing Hveraue Spring oii W F um mar 70 72 F Autumn 48 K Wintei 38 87 F with a mean fur the wlmli year of 54 15 F and a Mean relative hu midity of hut 65 per cent J A natural paradise where all lnimut 1118 find qii k relief Keiiclied only by theSouthern Railway IFor Land of booklet Summer Rort folderetc send twocent Btainp to jg Geo B Allen CZJ A G P A St Louis Mo C H Hungerford- D P A LouiavilleiKy B OSW Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to 1 ST LOUIS and the ouisi ma Purchase Exposition Entire Track1NCW way of the 8515eT5 Parlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats r Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on Application Send lOc silver for copy of the St Louis Worlds Fair March For rates time of trains sleeping or Parlor Car accommodations address any agent O P McCARTY 0 General Passenger Age- ntCincinnati Ohio RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind- The i Is enough for 6 cent packet usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them All spring IS hero It is time to have repainted and over your old vehicle hauled and made as Rood as new VA will do the work at prices that will surprise you Ricbmond Carriage Works mf f L 3JdiP p L Geo H Lee GPA Little Rock Ark H I McGuire DPA Howard Jolly TP A Cincinnati 0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS g M MILLER IATTOBlfBYATLAW next door to rmeri Bank febSly J A ScrLJrv A ATFOKNEYTLAW- 1RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D1 OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER MtorneyatZaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY tfiTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COtJNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett8 old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice in thr Dr Hobson building MinStreet DENTAL SUEOEEY Or OaUuYwve t otosoTv DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE KT BulldlnKIchmSndnovl7ly vM Blanton z DENTIST WOfflce in Bennett Building tjanly TELEPHONE 19 0 Vance DO IE E OVance D 0 Osteop athic Physicians Hobson Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School otOstheopathy DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday April 13 1904 Tis the Comfort Line Free Reclining Chair Carson the popula- rHenderson Route between Louisville Evansville St Louis The West and Southwest As we are the originators of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville youthmktraveling to Ret the Hen derson Route habit It will u- sAsk Us About It L J Irwin Geo L Garrett GPA TPALOUISVILLE KY New Firm Having purchased the grocery and meat business of Robert Hurst near L fc N depot I cordially invite all my friends its well as all patrons of the old firm to call on me when needing any thing in this line I will carry con stantly in stock only the best of goods and my meat market will be supplied with the nices stock to be had and will uphold my reputation for being a neat clean butcher- I also desire to purchase five cows giving from three to four gallons milk per day Again soliciting a share of your patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East train street Richmond Ky Phone 17 IGmtf Notice to Creditors All parties haying claims agalnit the estate 11leIon or before Jane lit 1901 or same will be W8 HUNLBY Admr New livery Fins Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irivne street and desire a share of patronage in this line Peruons who come in from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and cleaned up will do well to take them to this stable- These gentlemen are in the market the year round for good horses and per sons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them in good selling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will be taken ot horses put in this stable Remember the place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker few I v Announcements Ta the Voters oi tile fifth ppchlte Court Dii ttict of Kentucky I AM a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Democra tic party As Circuit Judge it became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history anditt a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the new Constitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a controversy trose as to Its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dokets of my court touching the rights of corpora tions and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to deter mine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oflice to which I as pire Very respectfully JAMES E CAN fRILL tf John D Carroll A Candidate for Appellate Judge in this District Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known lawyers in the State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Carrolls friends espec lally in the legal profession have for a long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State He has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a young man he nerved two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Con stitutional Convention and one of the three commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to conform to the changes made by the constitution and was tor three years chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee He is the edilorof Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes lawbooks that are in general use and that may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A man of high integrity great industry with un extensive and accurate knowledge of he law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid j Judge Trimble Democrat tf FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnounde lion D L MOORE if Mercer county s a candidate for Congres In he Eighth District to succeed Hon u O Gilbert subject to the action of Democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R LRTfHKK JR n candidate for County At tornry subject tothe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R II CROOK a candidate for iVHinty Attorney xnbject to the action of Ihot Democratic party RSIJACKMLFORIJtorney of Midlson jonnty subject to the action of the Democratic ariy FOR SHERIFF We are a t lamed to announce JNO W II LARD a cindfdate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat ic authorized to announce B B Million mblectCOTYERty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PERKINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of theDemocratic WOBRINfiHItDelUoeralcrty CRtOGasounty subject to the action of the Demo ratic party ve re authorized to announce N B JONRS subjectie are authorize to announce J B DZIE ubJectWe are authorized ton iounc J ROris 4 candi ate for Jailer of Malin county sub 0to the act n of the Dentocatic party tiOROANAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democratic party GPAcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party RSONIAKES actionfIIKJNNEDYotcountysubjectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party s e are authorized to announce J R PARKE countysubject TERRtLIcounty snbject to the action of the Democraticparty TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BENTONlic Schools of Madison county Hubject to the action of the Democratic party PEDWARDS totheWe are authorized to announce JOHN otPUblicthe action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to annouuceJ L BAKER of Bice Lie tPrecinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN candidate for Asne 0or of itndison county partyWeGOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madisoncounty subject to the action ol the Demo cratic party For Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porchnice front and back yard and a good cistern The house has just been completed hence has never been occu pied For particulars call at this office ti Call on S F Rock for Surveying Real Estate and Life Insurance Om- 2m9aksODe5 ever made to the Southwest via The Rock Island Frisco Systems I Are yon interested If so get ready and take advantage of the lowest rate ever made to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories Ticket on andOhicasoMarch 1st and 15th April 5th and 19th Call on your nearest ticket agent or address H I McGUIRE SD1st iis Av inc a J1J Iw 7 TiT cay dI ri r i eJllflO1S Central Railroacl Great Reduction ki Oneway Rates to Californifornia and the Northwest March J to April 30 J904 15550 loralle lo Los kgdes ui in Francisco Cainii and return April 22 to May J J904 Proportionately Low Rates from other points Excursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R R Co is issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc in the Statea of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and ad dress to the undersigned will be nailed free Circulars Nt6 1 to 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For rate tickets and rates free copies of folders railIroadLouisville Ky Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife wilJ want something new in the way of fllhinn Jmplll IBIto freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most mass- iveBeckoom Suits We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing Tubles Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy Odd Chairs Couches Davenports and everything Come to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in themost up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not WMSIOLDHAM I MY NAME IS TH URMAN On Sausage Row And Buys A SKINSr Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Wall PaperV and Painting We have just received a nice line of the newest patterns in WALL PAPEK and shall be glad to have you call and in spect our stock before buying We Have the Goods and the Price to Suit alU We have secured the services of Mr B Sigman who is a practical painter and interior decorator and can have all the paper you buy from us put on if you so desire and will guarantee all work done by him TfWe are also in shape to take jobs of House Painting and will be glad to furnish estimates Gall and see us before making your con tra- ctsPerry Thomas A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of I jf 0 I 1 Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingst Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second KNT11CKYe t itr DRANK TOASTS IN WATER Busslan Officers Unable to Under stand Why Senator Beverldga Befused Champagne Senator Albert J Beveridge of In diana governs his actions by the self manufactured axiom that undisciplined pleaiure Is no pleasure He therefore does not look upon the wine when it is red When he Imported this habit into the land of the vodkaloving Russ the following authentic Incident took place In company with a convivial group of Russian army officers Senator Beveridge was making a trip down the Amur river in a steamer It was the dry season and the channel was shallow The steamer at last thrust her nose Into a sandbank with such misdirected energy that the captain decided to wait for a flood to bring her off The Russians soothed the tedium of the delay with champagne Senator Bev eridge was Invited to join them AMos covite drinking bout Is attended with as much punctilio as a French duel and the guest was greeted with ceremony The health of the czar was first proposed Beveridge drank It In Ice water but the breach of etiquette passed unre bukedTo the health of the president of the United States was the next toast out of courtesy to the representative of that country Ah yes to the president said Bev eridge daintily tilting his aqua pura gobletotI A bearded old Russian elbow stared at him In unconcealed dls daln Did you never drink anything but water senator he asked Never replied Beveridge Then It Is a great pity that the water is so low was the blunt retort CALLS HARVARD MEN STUPID Prof Baker of University Declares Average Undergraduate Shows Sad Lack of magtnationI Prof George P Baker of the English department In Harvard university told the members of the School Teachers association of New York city the other day how difficult almost Impossible It is to teach the average undergraduate There is a great lack of Information especially correct Information among the undergraduates he said as to current events and matter or essential moment to undergra allfe There is too a singular Himaglnation He IB unable t itgs from the other mans pKpfl Hiir This Is shown large lego editorial I have read Innfcfrctirbf them and they usually are resolved Into two classes either balanced so nicely on the edge that they can fall one way or the other with rapidity as college sentiment changes or very skillfully hiding a alight idea In a mist of words- I dont see the solution and I dont know who is responsible I believe that the college Is partly responsible but there are other things which contribute It is pretty hard to plunge a boy into Harvard elective system He wants to take everything In sight With the standards of admission to the college so high the work of the preparatory school Is to cram the boys mind full of facts In the college we have not time to cor relates these factsand too of ten he Is sent out of the college with a mind like a desk with pigeonholesthere Is something la all of them but he has not attained the proer attltVe toward learning literature and citizenship LONDON HAS OCCULT FAD Society Folks Latest Craze Is a Game of Magic Crosses Known as Cbromoscopy London society loves nothing so much as the occult and the latest craze seems to be a game of magic crosses termed Chromoscopy These crosses which are small in size and of various colors are laid on a table In a straight line and the person who experiments holds a magnet which moves slowly up and n9tInthe magnet and when at last all are ar ranged In order an expert can gain an insight Into the character and the future fate of the experimenter- The name and date and If possible the bour of birth must be written down in folk seem keen on this new cult and even cabinet ministers have consulted the magic crosses FIND VALUABLE MASTODON WellPreserved Form of Huge Animal- Is Unearthed in the Yukon Territory The complete form of a mastodon has been discovered at HIHsdale on Quartz creek in the Yukon country It was Im- bedded 38 feet In the earth when found and It necessitated the use of a steam thawing plant to unearth the Immense animalThe hair and skin of the beast are In a perfect state of preservation although the flesh is somewhat decomposed and the big tusks which remain fastened to the skull are In good condition- It Is estimated that the skeleton Is worth about 50000 as there are but one or two of them In existence In as good a condition as this The mastodon was discovered burled in an old channel well in the zone of almost perpetual frost which accounts for the good shape it is in Wisconsin Fish Story The mills of Hustlsford Wis are idle because carp of large size and in great numbers are blocking the water wheels The Chicago Inter Ocean remarks that Hustlsford has heretofore been regarded as a fairly reliable news center Do YouBurn COlifIso why not burn the BESTWe handle the Mountain Ash Jellico and Beatty- villeCOA4S Also CORN and HAY i II ii i n IDWIMVrf D R reeinantMgr Telephone J84 2ic asi YwJi J Aat T IJiI S 4t4CA Splendid Opportunity To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated three miles from Globe Arizona c Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the I Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and I Gold Mining and Milling Company 2 fit which promise to be equal to any ot the Great iducers in Aizonas wonderful Copper Belt extending worn Jerome to Bisbeaud- Absolutely y in the Center of the Belt 1r And in the Center of the Globe f c Mining yinDistrict which as to and present and future promise is not excelled in the world 1 one Copper Gold Sliver and Lead all in paying amities with good assays in Tin Uranium etc Large ffquantities ol iron and time assure reduction of ore on the ground f4Those who did not buy stock in the great mining poperties of Arizonaand other parts of the westwhen A for lOc a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in theIArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co r which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable Pro 1 ceeds from sale of stock goes into development work for machinery used in mining and milling and the hoist y- inir and handling of ores from mine to mill AI No salaried officers to pay Dividends paid when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed absolutely I 1f stile It is not offered as a speculation but as an investment for it must advance in price For further information address 1 WRIGHTI f Z V Main Office Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Branch Office 910 Tacoma Bldg Globe Arizona Denver Colorado Chicago Illinois fll I r r r tr rLow Settlers Rates Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas LAND OF CHEAP HOMES Ilhe dates are Jan 19 Feb 2 and 16 March and 15 April 5 and 19 The rate is a little more than halfjfare one way or round trip Now is the time to get a home of your own while land Is cheap The Southwest oilers the greatest induce ments to homesefkers a mild equable climate short pleasant winters long growing seasons cheap cost of living Land that will grow corn wheat oats clover alfalfa cotton fruits and vegetables of nearly every description can be lied at prices ranging from SO to 25 per acre owing to location soil and improvements Take advantage of some of the ahoy iates and see this great country for yourselfIf will write us where you want to go we will tell you the exact cost of your ticket and eend you maps descriptive literature and help you to find a suitable location Write today to L 0 Schaefer T P A Cotton Holt Route Cincinnati 0 orE W LaBeaume G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Loralle it Atlantic Railroad DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersalllesLawrencebargIShell SM am nd Cincinnati 148pm- Forlrvlne und Beattyville 130 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and ll54am Cincinnati 8tlrmFrom Deattyrille and Irvine 0K a n U R SMITH Q F P A KyRRichmond Ky L I I Ting Tis Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 1246 p m ton Excess south bound 1246 p NoS Clnnati and Livings 125 p m ton Express north bound IM pm No 4 Cinnatl and Livings 345 a ni ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnati and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays villa Accm north bound 820 a m No Stanford and Slays 720 p m vllle Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p us ford north bund The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co The True Southern Route to Cali orals is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw ing Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los Angeles and San Francisco Quick time and uptodate service Dining Cars meals a la carte Low rates in effect after March lOOt to California and intermediate points Round trip Home Seekers and one way colonist rates to the West and Southwest at greatly reduced rates effective first and third Tuesdays of each month Information cheerfully furnished Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio Tour Trip to th- eWorlds 4 Fair St Louis in 1904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to the Mound City and an unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District of the Fatherof Waters should be made by t- heBig Pout Route3 E REEVES Gee Southern Agent WUULi iTNCH G P T A CiadAilAU I Low Rates West future awaits you in the wonderful ABRIGHT lands and low priced lands offer opportunities for you to own your own home See for yourself and learn from the home owners and home builders the chance there is for you on the Great Northern Railway The following low rates will be in effect March to April 30 From To Great Falls Montana To Kalispell Montana Spokane Vashington Venatchee Washington Everett Vashington Seattle Washington St Paul Chicago 2000 3000 1 2250 3050 2500 3300 Address any agent of the Great Northern Ry or MAX BASS F I v HIT N E YICement iMiftMM Agent Gtnl HlMr M4 TickM IIOS Clark SiChkx SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA There is nothing like Good FLOflK t Every housewife every cook knows tha j Good Qakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Ot mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal isill the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Produc Belle of Madison MADE- BYTIIEElliston Mill eCII WACO KENTUCKY ti Co AcTffIlyJlfiiSuccessor to c TAYLOR BROS 4Has Everything the Farmer needs for his 53 4 Spring Plowing 1 He handles the celebrated Vulcan Plow 11f Andalso has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of the h9 Latest Pattern and Lowest Prices c J Roofing and Guttering j i 21 Specialty r GVffi HIM A CALL 4 jfv tl EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANrj CTCOXrOXATXO Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country I We solicit your patronage Rates reasonable Equipments and facilities unsur passed Our Line of Vehicles offeringspecial Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a cal- lkic h eaTTat1 3SRleHlJI0ND PHONE 232 KYe 3 nns O Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APR 6 1904 Marry a wife and buy a horse from your neighbor Play or gaming hath the devil at the the bottom The ladles of the First Presbyterian church will give a concert at the New Opera House on April 21 A wife should be like roast lamb tender and sweet and nicely dressed with plenty of fixings but without sauce The Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church willmeet this afternoon in the lecture room at three oclock An OwiiiKSville policeman arrested Cress Guff of Clark county who is wanted in Winchester for selling whis ky and at Richmond for breaking jail JA The annual meeting oi the Kentucky Medical Association will be held in Lexington May 18 10 and 20 It promises to be a great event in medical circles IJF Rauchamp the Qancl C con who was shot at Burgin by S H l Daniels died in a Lexington hospital Daniels who was also shot is said to be in a fceriouR condition We call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Rice Arnold They are showing some beautiful styles in summer shoes for men women and children Be sure to read their adver tisement Wm Montgomery who was here last week from Richmond and accepted the position as town marshal failed to return after going to Richmond to make his bond R B Tipton and Wes leyaI are acting during courtEstill I County Herald z B K Duncan and Lyman ParrIsh have opened a firstclass livery stable on Irvine street between Second and Third and ask the public foi a share of their patronage Both are experienced workmen Satisfaction guaranteed Caiim The Second Presbyterian church which has been without a pastor since the removal of Rev W A Eisenhart from this city tins called Rev Mr Weaver of Harrodsbure He will in a sho iWie come to Richmond to take charge of his new duties It is said that a small Oklahoma church was sadly in need of repairs and a meeting was held with a view to raising funds for that purpose Tho Iminister having said that 500 would be needed a very wealthy and stingy mem ber arose and said lie would give Jut as he tat down a piece of plaster fell from the ceiling and hit him on the head whereupon he hastily arose and said that he had made a mistake that he would give 50 This was too much for an enthusiastic deacon present who forgetful of everything called out fer veutlOh Lord hit him again hit him Rlftin 1 TheFinishing Touch You will never ap pear properly dress ed without the finishing touch This you will not have laundryis To be certain of this send your laun dry to the M N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry WOffice Rice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone 118 Goods called fo and delivered Free of Charge Satisfaction guaranteed 0Coucdi The regular monthly session of the City Council wilt be held tomorrow night at the City HallF- urchased Residence Mr James Allman has bought from Wilkes Baxter his residence on Walnut street paying 85000 for same Wanted Young men or women as local representatives for McClures Magazine Liberal commissions cash prizes Write J N Trainer 141 E 25th street Nsw York N Y- MoUon Overruled The motion before Judge J M Ben ton for a change of venue in the Cassi us M Clay contest was overruled in the Circuit Court The case is set for trial at the present term of court Large Shipment Gott Brothers the Second street produce dealers made the largest ship ment of eggs to the East ever sent out from this city There were 500 cases containing in all 15000 dozen eggs King Arthur Sold King Arthur the handsome stallion owned by John R Gibson was sold Monday to Mr John B Stewart ot Lexington for 1200 He is a flue specimen and has been a great winner in the harness ring Witt Springs Sold The Witt property situated on the Kentucky river six miles from Irvine and on which is located the well known white sulphur well has been sold by the Commissioner of Fayette county for S2000 William Tuttle of Estill be lug the purchaser Mill Sold The sale of the Myers mill including both the old brick and the planing mills was conducted on last Thursday Mr OraSoper of Jessamine county was the purchaser paying 6113 for the property Mr Sopor will move to thi city and take personal charge of tilE business Joseph Jefferson Mr Joseph Jefferson comes to Lex ington Opera House Friday evening April 15 for one performance only He will present a double bill Lend me Five Shillings and Cricket on the Hearth The sale of seats opens four days in advance Orders for seats must ba accompanied by a remittance- 6a2t Resirned Mr C B Henry has resigned his pos ition as employe of the L A R R Mr Henry has been employed by this company for twelve yearsand his recom mendations are of the best It is not known what he intends to do but his many friends wish him unbounded success in anything he may undertake Two Good OuaIDr C C Hooker from Mr Harry Cope ot Columbus Ohio a letter stating that his two fast pacers Hattie Wilkes 217 and Bobby Wilkes had arrived In good shape and that he was greatly pleased with the way they had wintered These horses were left in the care of Dr Hooker last all after a very euccesslul campaign under the management of Mr H 0 Travnor They will be entered in the Grand Circuit this season and should make a good showing as they have plenty of speed being able to go a quarter in 30 seconds whenever called f r7 1 l 1 t Fine Spring SUITS Spring Strikingly dressers given selecting supurb assortment patronsThe naturally the manufacturers exclusive control of the brands we know to be the best for Fit and Good Quality large dealing us to sell the greatest amount of value for your money All grades from the reliable cheap up to the very finest 5 8 JO 1250 15 18 20 2250 25 finer suits are all hand and are so skillfully tailored that fit andre their shape in the most superior manner c Roelofs Hats Youmans Hats Stetsons Hats f Pioneer Hats = the very best brands made in the worldall the newest styles cdressy young fellows as well conservative shapes for the older EL0oe7 1 1 IL c Beautiful Opening All of last Thursday and Friday Mr B W Turners store was thronged with the admirers of beautitul in hats dress fabrics novelties etc Owen Walkers Orchestra furnished music and rendered the scene all the more enticing Hunutifui carnations were given to the visitors Theoccasiou wits much enjoyed and appreciated Family Reunion TIme descendants of Captain James Estill of historic Kentucky fame will hold a reunion at the St Louis fair on June 3 1004 It will be known as The Estill Centennial Family and promises to he an interesting event Invitations are extended to all mem bers and friends of the family to attend The reunion will be held at one of the hotels in the city Wills frobated The will of W B Lane was probated in the ountv Court Monday The appraisement of the estate which con istedof cash and notes amounted to 58OO 30 Deceased left his entire estate to his brothers and sisters Robt T Lane of Bloomington 111 nephew of the deceased qualified as adminis S trator James T Jones was appointed administrator of the estate of Mrs Mary Uenton deceased Announces for Jailer Elsewhere in this issue ot the CLIMAX will he the announcement of Thomas Curry for Jailer of Madison County Mr Curry is a staunch democrat and in 1807 was elected to the office of Assessor for this county which of ice he filled in a most exemplary man- lIer for tour years He desires the support of the democrats and promises to fulfill nil time duties with the greatest tare He will be a good man for the ifHce County Court Notwithstanding time beautiful day Mondays court day crowd was not as large as usual on such occasions but business in theirur merchants report lines as being unusually good The Madison County Stock and Bros reported about 300 cattle on the with prices from 3 to 4J cents Altogether the cattle mar ket was unusually slow Few mules were offered for sale with prices rang ing from 100 to 150 There were a great many on the market with prices ranging from 50 to SiOO A healer in this class of stock stated that the market was the best he had known for years JOftlccrs of the Red wi Mens Lodge on last Wednesday night the following officers were elected of Prophet A Norton Sachem A J Lohrisch S S Jacob Gazelle J S N of tillB Turpln C of RIO James in of Team A B Repre t sentativo to Great Council A H Kunk Trustee H G Creekmore This lodge F J boasts of a tull membership and great J interest is nanifested by all They are already making preparations for their fair which will be held the latter part the summer 3o At the Throttle It is gratifying news to the many t friends of Mr Roscoe Reeves to know that he has been promoted to the posi J tion ot regular engineer on the Louis tJ ville Atlantic railroad between Ver sal les and Beattyville The promotion t Is a most worthy one Roscoe has been in the service ot this road for a number J of years working his way up both as tJto position and in the favor of the road Jf officials He IB a son of Mr James Reeves of this city and is a boy that anyone might be glad to call friend He possesses all the traits of true manhood and we congratulate the road he for This position is a special V honor since Roscoe is probably one of the youngest men who has a regular run us engineer The CLIMAX is indeed glad to know of his success and rapid 0 promotion 1 IN Full BloomAlmost as beautiful as flowers in full bloom is our display of new Suits rich colors are in high favor with stylish this J season and weve free rein to our fancy in the most we have ever shown our fact that we buy and sell more clothing than all other Uichmond stores combined gives us first pick t of market the great come to us first and we choose take Style Wear ing And enables possible Our made they tain for as men creations Reunion fonnd Yards Norris market ranging horses Wagers Kunk works and 150 2 250 35O 4 We heard a report yesterday that Mr A D Flora the popular baSso of this city had married handsome and wealthy lady of time Queen City We are unable to learn time particulars or the ladys name but extend con ratu lations just the saUleKv Register Rather late brothers with your an nouncement Mr Flora and Mrs Arm strong were married December 21 1903 in Jacksonville Fla Office Rraovea Hon R W Miller has removed his law office from the Government building to rooms in the John G Taylor building on Main street He will be glad to have his friends Mid clients call call on him at his new quarters Work in the L 00 F On last Monday night the Odd Fel lows hall was crowded with visiting brethren the occasion being initiatory and first degree work in the order The following members of time order came up from LaiiCKster to be present at the exercises U I Elkin R 11 Tomlinson J It Soper Dr William Burdett R T Erabry WS Embry W Zonane J W Hamilton Jack Adams W H Colyer D HTomlineon G M Patterson Dr G C Farris Dr W S Beazley B Conn John Comm Ed Hughes Lewis Herndon Jake Joseph Lee Hogan Frank Scarce and Henry Bartin There were also a number ot visiting members from the county After the close of the work delightful refreshments were served and the oc casion was enjoyable in every respect MATRIMONIAL PURNELLHIIL The marriage of Mr Lyttleton Purnell and Miss Ger trude Hill will be solemnized this afternoon at 330 at the residence of the brides father Mr W A Hill on Pleasant street by Elder Carey Morgan of the Christian church It will be a quiet wedding only the immediate families to be present The bride is one of our handsomest and loveliest young ladies anti we con gratulate Mr Purnell in winning such a treasure for his life partner The groom is the only son of the late Judge Wm Purnell and holds the office of Clerk of the Quarterly Court He is a clever and worthy young gentleman and popular with his many friends = Bourbon News Mr Purnells first wife was Miss Sadie Baughman of this city FLINNMABLOWE Mr Charlie Flinn and MissIsabelle Marlown ware married last Thursday morning at the- Methodist parsonage in the presence the brides parents and sister and to brother Mr Flinn is a resident Irvine and is well thought ofIt his home town His brideis a very attractive young woman For sometime past her parents Mr and hire E Marlowe have lived In Irvine buttl just last week they moved to Monterey Tennessee to reside Mr and Mrs Flinn left for Monterey to spend twoa weeks with Mr and Mrs Marlowe beJ fore returning to their home in Irvine The CLIMAX extends congratulations to the happy young coupletHAWKINSNELSON Mr James Haw tins of Midway and Miss Annie Nelson of this city eloped to Jefferson ville Iud last Thursday where they were married The bride is a very attractive young lady and is a daughter of Mr Bob Nelson and since the death of her mother years ago she has been makintr her home with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs John Edwards She is popular with a large circle of friend and is trained in those arts that make up a good wife and Mr Hawkins in to be congratulated on winning such a girl The groom is a native of Midway but is now following his vocation as contractor in Winchester where he and bis bride are now boarding at the Reese Hotel Friends here extend congratu dtiona 500 New Manage- rIt was with regret that the friends of Mr E N Fuqua learned that he had been transferred from thiw city to Leba uon Tenn by the East Tennessee Telephone Company Mr Fuqua for some time past has been the capable mana ger for the company at this place He and his family Rift for their new home last week where the bet visiles of all follow them He is succeeded by Mr Veach of Louisville AMUSEMENTS New Opera Rouse Friday April 8 The beautiful Southern play In Louisiana which con es to the New Opera House on April 8th is one of the most interesting melodramas on the road to dav Cincinnati and Chicago have endorsed it cordially and it remains to be seen how it will be received in Richmond Beautiful scenery beautiful costumes mid actors of abil itv lend a charm to a Ixmutiftilly written play The scenes are laid in New Or leans during those stirlug times of war and strife between North and South and should not tail to attract the allen lion of those who love to recall thost days Prices 25 35 and 60 centr Seats on sale at Crn teller Evans Fur niture store Mrs Smith Honored It was with the vtry greatest pleas ore that her many friends heard o Mrs A Wilkes Smiths selection at hostess for time Kentucky Building at the Worlds Fair The contest for the place was spirited and after quite a good deal of balloting other contest ants withdrew all votes going for Mrs SmithNo better selection could have been made Mrs Smith conies from an old Virginia family and is a tvpical Ken tucky woman Gif ed with a brilliant mind gracious hodpitable and with all the other atm ibutes that go to make a charming personality Per haps no friend did more towadsse curing her election for the place than Mr Clarence E Woods who is now in Washington His efforts in this direction were untiring and no person is more delighted over her victory than Mr Woods As has been said Madison county gave to tire great fair its President and it is perfectly right that the Kentucky Building shall have a Madison county woman as its hostess Ve are indeed glad over Mrs Smithb victory and we lee sure that no State building will have a more gracious hostess than that of the Bluegrass State President Francis was delighted aid State Commietioner W H New of Kentucky when I conveyed him the news that Mrs Smith oi rfnd Richmond Ky hud been selected hos of the Kentucky State Building or still love old Richmond said Mr Francis and no one is more grate ful than I for the honor paid to that own by the selection of one of its fair women as hostess on so important an II occasion Although I have long been from my native State the proud peculiar to Kentuckians remains In me Air Francis was enthusiastic about Kentucky Building continued lr Newman The train load of bluegrass sod and Kentucky shrubbery which I brought was inspected by him as a man would greet a relative from whom he had long been parted Mr Francis is tickled to death about the Kentucky Building which he declared is one of the best located and most at tractive of the State structures The whole board agrees with him and so d I When tho fair opens no State building will be PO nearly completed as that of Kentucky Time worst thing about riches is their scarcity RockttTC the stepping stones to success When they got in a rowboat Is the time some folks feel rocky pt tr Perrins Fine ri- G ovesJust for the sake of selling as fine Gloves as are made in the world we have recently added the famous Perrins Pique Kids They are made in France and are unequaled for elegance of fit and style150 and 200 And j a great assortment of other dress and driving Gloves at 50c 75c 1125 150 2 And our stock of good work Gloves is not surpassed any whereBarkers Collars Exclusive agents here for these fine Collars which are far better than any others sold in Rich mond They are made of pure linen of fine quality and are shaped so as to fit the neck with perfect ease and comfort All styles 2 for 25c And our lOc collars are the best for the price Celluloid and Rubber Collars L5 10 and 20 Spring Neckwear All the newest styles in fourin hands bows midgets and other shapes of richest silks in most beautiful patterns 25 and 50c This The Shoe Store Men and our stock of mens and boys is the in we none our are the are some of our for 5 6are as men = 5 our for 4 stock of other shoes at 2 250 3 can buy at the price And a of soft easy shoes at 125 150 just a than find the flt Grcnit Court The A term of the Madison Cir cult Court convened Monday Judge J M Bentou Up to the time of going to press little business out side oftha election of grand and jiiiha to serve during the term Time compose the jury E C Million foreman O W Stagner Silas Alexan tier W C Biggerstaff AV A Minter Y singer Norris E D Ballard Alex rid J P White Shelby Jett W H Vst J M Hume Reflations to go on Record Yesterda morning on motion of Col J W Caperton the adopted by the Ririmond Bar on the deathof A C Wells were ordered spread at large on Im records of the Madison Circuit Court On presentation of the motion Col aperton made one of the most touching tributes to time life and character of Wells ever made at the liar Other members of tIme bur also very high tribute to the life and clnracter of Mr Wells We consider it a very prac lice 0 nemnbers of time Richmond liar in making a record of the life and char ncter of it members as a rule ire more lasting than monu ments of Ktme and future may read and be inspired to noble deeds by Iason of the recorded noble- acts of timSt gone before Ihe Million hoW The anr iml stallion show has been msidored from time the great eve t of the season The firs Monday of April being set apart for that purp a brings out ever3 if every Ellie and quality and for that dry the horse is king The street is glv- ell up to itmm and business while lie recelvr There were about seven ten rtalli us exhibited Monday and in better lot of horses were ever shown on the streets ot Richmond Am rig time prominent ones was the Imp stallion A v R93 owned by Dr CC Hooker Wilt is malns his third season In Madi SOIL He liis a record as a show ho or being the winner at the great MadUon Square Garden with fiur of his pIt winner over seventeen ntries at N vport L I and in other great horse shows com hiJot 8 sii iryle substance and quality which together with his attractive attiin mal es him an ideal stock horse Verdict 1321 a fine young stallion ovned by Irvine T Azbill Iud making the season rtt the Madison stock yards is lark cl estnut 16 hands high and coming six years old He has as much natural style and action as any stallion livintr free from combiut all the as to looks style and action Ver diets career as a show horse has rarely been eqnnled as a nid in some of the largest horje sh JWB Another one was M F Ar Rex A No 1416 of Elk Gar Ion farm His sire Rex was the larcest winner of saddle preut iiinH In Amnrica Rex A is five years old 16 lars high and a model in form nutl finish Itis said he traces more fanny blood than any other young stahI lion on standard tered is n chestnut stallion sixteen hands high will make the season at folUns e Walkers stable in1 this city sired by Nutwood 600 he bv iSelrooi sire of Earlmont record 2 OOYa he by Abdallah Dam Nora by George Wilkes second dam Nma Lee dam Young Portia fourth d im Portia Farwood is a hand 8 ime sqirel stallion speed bold andr ltracth e mover and is one of the fin est bred Horses in existence Madisoi Boyd 1992 sire Lynn Boyd 44 Granu sire Tom Boyd 90 dam Gertrude by Peacock 4J8 is a rich bay 3yeai ttold Is a horse of style and finisiia speedy bold and at Madison is the property of David i I- TtttMt Stylish Suits For Boy4 And theres improvement too in our Clothing 11rbetterAll the styles in Browns Russian tlt Sailor Norfolks and Norfolk for the little Jand for the boys up to 1C years weve a fine showing of the new novelty suits with cut coats and breasted in the seabelts or the ever popular sons and 150 tO jJa And a fine stock of long pants suits for manly fellows up to 20 years selected with greatest care as regards fit style 5 TO 15 The For IMen and Boys is correctly speaking for Boys because footwear largest Madison county except and prices positively quality considered- These brands Hanans recognized everywhere worlds finest shoes to Porsheims are close seconds to Hanans 350 to And WalkOvers 2 stand without an equal the price350and ada great and as good as money colAwork and little better youll elsewhere for money TRY SHOES IOUR CLOTHING presiding petit was transacted following gentlemen grand resolutions Mr Richmond paid commondabln adapting solutions permanent Suchrecords generations immemorial horse stops probably Hackney Maximilian splendid Maximilian high absolutely blemishes qualities breeding winning 2yearold 3yenrold good ucklee McDonald recorl- Farwootl16796 andregls Karnwood Wilkes third remarkable theIBoyd ttBoys newest Blster Blouse Yokes fellows larger round double styles newest handsomest fabrics 600j the the and lowest the choice lection OUR Dunn anti is making the season at Collins Walkers stable Ellendale Stock Farm was represent ed by Jno R Gibsons Hempstead IiYounlMambrino third dam Flora by ParI sons Abdallah Hempntead is a blood bay and is perfect in gait andaction and is an inbred George Wilkes L S Ilockndays young Torn was sired by that noted race horse and sire of fine horses Tom Covington he by Limber Jim First dam by King Rich second dam by Whirlwind third dam by Kavanaughs Gray Eaglefourth dam by Madison he by old Woodpeck er being a half brother to old Gray Eagle fifth dam by Glencoe sixth dam by Boston Young Tom is 1C hands high and has fine style and aotiontAmong the other stallions shown were Dr Hocadays Rex Peavine bv Rex McDonald a handsome red sorrel S W Millie ns Lloyd a beautiful bayi Royal Denmark a seal brown stallion owned by Dr L W Scudder Lynn Boyd Jr the handsome black stellion of W R Boggs Verdict the hand some young horse that is making the season at Smith Oldhams on the Lex ington pike Arbuckle Letchers Richkin IgTl A S H R is said to combine the blood of three of Kentuc kys best aires Richkin was sired by Curtis Squirrel dam Miss Richmond 551 by King Richard he by old Pea vine out of Phnras by Imp Phaeton first dam Lee Wood 2330 Richkin is a splendid red sorrel 16 hands high W A Langfords Chester Arthur making the present season in Clark county was also out Several out of town horses attracted some attention 8HOE8TORE CfluINTN BANKS F- ITSiZttDrop io eUitar Drop a penny into a beggars hand and then Drop your evil associa tions Drop at least one had habit ch year Take s drop to yourself whatever youve got it you wouldnt buy it if you didnt have iL a hot iron before it burns you wornout tools Drop loose meth ods Diop criticising your superiors Drop fretting Iving cheating thievinie loitering loafing sponging and backbiting Drop wbininic over failures Drop a tear now and then a word of good cheer a little of tin milk of human kindness Drop in only occasion ally Get the drop of the wimp who tries to down you Drop astern once in a while to see how the other fellow is doing Drop a word in favor of a friend When you find yourself in the way drop outExW- here Kwtsckiaas Can Fid Rest Every person who is planning to go the Worlds Fair Is more or lew in terested of course in the matter of a comfortable stopping place It goes without saying that all hotels board inK houses etc will be lull A for mer Madison county girl Miss Willie K Hocker has fitted up an immense house in St Louis and will use it only for lodging Miss Hooker is a cousin of Mrs W H Miller sail Mrs John Duty and has numerous relatives through out this county She writes that her house has been furnished new nil tine way through Nice comfortable beds large airy and cool rooms She is situ ated right on the car line and from all accounts visitors to the fair will be fortunate to secure lodging at this place Her prices will correspond to all others SI per day PartiesconsUtingof twelve or more will be given half rates Miss Mockers card appears elsewhere in the CLIMAX and it would be well for those who expect to visit the fair to write to mar and engage rooms c Will K Tested According to the time set the trust ees of Derm College met in dwrinnm i on last Wednesiay to decide upon what action the college shall take in reference to the Day law rbe resolution unanimously Adopted by the trustees reads M follows Resolved That the Board of Trust sea cause appropriate 10 be instituted to teat the I08iItUI1 ion ality of the set of the Legfelnlure of Kentucky pawed on the IStli day of March known as House Mil No and that the legal rights of Berea Col loge be determined by the action of tins courts They are fully to firhtt- lie matter to the end and It will 1e carried to the Supreme Court of t h United States It is not expected that a final decision will be reached for two years and until then the college will continue in its present lines If tIme law is declared unconstitutional till college will continue as it is if not then the trustees will either conduct a school strictly for the whites or strictly for blacks or else the institution will be moved to another Stats This lust named is however improbable since the building etc where the college is now located represent something over 300000 The fight will be watch ed with interest by the State at large especially by the people of tins county At the meeting in Cincinnati the trus tees accepted a gift of 30000 from Andrew Carnegie for a new library sail drew up resolutions thanking him for line generosity The slide trombone player knows the ins and outs of his profession irf3J3 aEillii Fi El l i3 rr- E Its love ot First Sight E1 Il 6 r when you see our magnificent new stock of aiDRY GOODS- Ei which we are receiving daily in Bright i1 Nobby Spring Styles 1 IE8 I1- Dontt cheat yourself by missing early selections from this m- fIB sale of seasonable Goods of highest merit Our Ei f filSSE3IillE1lmIf willappeal to every woman in see us pi frill rn1 frill iil DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS proceedings determined i S 4 rre W L tKCrcHKlt G W EVANS JR New irmt AND A Magnlficient Stock of Goods beautifulcV V r v r g andour prices will suit i rI everybody o j= We are at home at Joplins old standon fit Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention K A give us a call v Crutcher EvansY c Main Street Richmond Ky CL9 pr JI 1 Patronize HOME INDUSTRYn om u un I wish to call the attention i 1 the public to the fact that my stoc of eut FJoWCJ1JS andeverything that is needed for a nice EftSTER BOX also Blooming Plants Palms Perns etc was never more complete than they they are now HATS the use of sending axvay from home and Yviayiflg double prices when you can get the same here at about ONEHALF THE PRICE IIfyou want as good Flowers as are grown buy them 3101t1e antI help the ones that help yon U Yours for the best Flowers at tee lowest prices I AlbertPhone 188 Richmond Ky J WATSONSilk and Dress Goods Many PKcltiKiVH linns of Imported ira4eysuiithle for Shirt Wnixt BdiiB in Isitli IxiiiifMii and Taffeta pmMtdti Plus iHifcot paii weaves in the most deoirMhle colorings in Printed FVmianl Silks Civp l hHU43MII desirable shades Tit iHM jmr l Whit foo i Mere ri4 ttotiste Madras Urtlw Cheviots fmiuv RlrlIt and fluredat 2ZiclIhlf JOe 8ft for reel 50r qiulitv A luntt variety of 32 and Iineh 1anrv JWIivrs plain Oxfwita Voiles und Linen SnliinKS al 24 Anti 25c per yardNew Ideas in Shirt Waists Wear now nhowinsr nil tlm correct Mvae in Ib4W inin Shirt iOIM Corsets and Hosiery Jitot rweivfi a full Jin of ietz- inIordnull8ti Ity dnwnniakpm and Hfximi of fahion W It and J CnvNO iII nix straight fmnt lonar or hrt hit rtviiUrfl and 125 pradfts 3BeSncial attontien if dirwtwl to the iopUr of Yil Ort + de Paris Ro- lnnm Wotil V ilinf and other M ft- initintcct faMs that are now alt the rse Artistic Dressmaking ++++ AT + IERS SALOON PARLOR IN and most that f in the city dispensed by accommodation s- ennloe Saratoga Water Kept on Tap 3 St on to Creditors All parties hiving blalmn ORHlnut T A Robinson are notified U file same with the nderxlgned property Terlfled on or Jirll lit 1901 or game will be JA8 S Jffice at Crutcher iEvans fnrnjtqrn Bfpre mm 2 The Florist Tweed and Mixtures in he rough and smooth worsted effects ciallv priced from 40c tib S2 Voile Eiainiiif 40 inclicw wide strict ly all wool in plain and fancy weaves all colors at 4tv pr yard These lire most popular fahrtcs in the market today Mondav we will olfer ten pieces of a well known quality that is usually considnred exivll nt value at SI 25 IO per yare 42 and 44 inches wide uomes in lilnck and desirable shades at8R and 115 Artistic Tailored Dress and Walling Suits for at attractive prices Never before have such and stylish Snitu IIPPD olfcrwl at such flfrnrfs 1J50 tof0 iniliidintr all the newest tttod4s eltets inniln Skirts 1at t shaMs instep length or1 Ionger350t- o wpek Wf present in great variety the fashionable fahricts for Tailor Made mill dr llav fosum anti Shirt Wwist Siiitiiigs mdan extra attraction olfer special values and prices J L ailoring J8 and 20 North Ky I 7T T H tWhen 7lj 1 PREPARED It is an WATSONONSUMPTWN 7 U Mth by k For Sale by W Ky iFF 7lt CALL JONES WEEN TOWN ooltst of drinks can be are upto ate and Phone Second Notice before barred dUUTCBEIl Assignee Scotch the and Easter very RnliCnlnAW atelawrrlUHiitifully LUNGS OUGHS and OLDS Price 5014100Free Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LEs J or MONEY BACK JFor sale bv R 0 Stockton Reduced Rates to the West and Southwest via Southern Rry Round trip Homesonkprs mvl one way Colonisf rates InefTeut on first and thirdIl1e1 das in each month Call on or address TW MJEWS Trav Pass Agent 8 Bf Ni1n1i IfSiPSon Ky TOKBjmwri 4 For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No2 No3No5 No6No7 No8No No 10 NonNo No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 lo 19 No 2t No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 29 No 30 A twostory frame residence contain inR 6 rooms and two halls in Richmond Ky Lot 40zl60 feet small barn Price 1000 KIM less than original cost- A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Itu all necessary outbuilding A great bargain for anyone de Mrlagn nIce home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location lor- an Ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain f will bay a good town lot 40x20 feetA O town lot on good street 40x feet Price SI0 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 1200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good reeldence barn and other Im provements In fine locality Price II8 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No8 Price SltWO Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each lood cottage in firstclass condition ilsterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing seven rooms In resident portion of ctiy Large and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price Good lot suitable for business bouse can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of Isnd lIve acres in grass and two in garden good orchard rind grape artier nil necessary out building This property is situated in n thriving vlllxge where churches iischools are convenient Price of the nicest resiliences In Richmond rontnining e ght rooms and eenRr lubes portion of city Lot feel Price Ui8I A twostory residence in rood neighborhood Lot feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2810 A nice residence for nny one deslr JnIOn Ideal home One cf tw bLconstructed buildings In Richmond well lm ruT d Price 2260 Two lot 120x160 feetin good nelgh bmhood Price Cotace on a nice resident street ronlHitilng four rooms and feces sary outlmilnings Cun be pur obHKAil on the installment plan A treat bargain at 1100 Will paint rtatMence for purchaser An Mleal cottage lof five rooms beautiful yard and nil nemwary KitlHilldlngs Including good stab and cistern Price 11 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser Nice residence on a 4acre lot con taining ceTen rooms and two porches xitiMleil in best residence portion of rtty Stable coal bonxt nd all other necessary out build togs A great bargain for anyone dextrin a nine home Farm containing acm eight mIisfrosilkichty This lund is all in grass and is Al KOfallll sad i well watered on this laad a small residence ad other LocalityhtFlour Md grist mill Anderson county O barrel capacity Build- Ing hi S stories covered with iro- nbuiltyesrssgo Steam and water- power the latter three of the year It is xn uptodate Roller MIn with burrs for corn and meat s4t 14 acres with the mill inclul lee what is with the hones of 5 rooms All for 14tliI or 6606 for the mill and the acres Onehalf Has fine trade No mill In 10 Miles Alto n gtlasrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on ialt river Stemu power new aptodat in every lar stud good dwelling with ImproremvBU ami M acres of fine wad Chose to Southern railroad Price itS Also II acres of Florida land ir HanavIM on railroad Street thrown place leaving S sores on oi e stde with 2story 6room house and oranges each peers plums grates bearing nd 6 acres on other with 6room 1story house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for Illii or the acres for 1800 or the a acres for SliM III acres in Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about acres cultivated about rain timber and grass and about in grass Tim her on place is cut to inches but shlngltiesfor the place twice over A large part is fence There are 4 dwell of rooms each and one store of two stories with rooms above has wells and springs for water Is In two miles of count seat grows tobacco cqrn wheat grass etc for i2OO Onehalf rash A handsome twostory frame dwel inc containing eight rooms two halls bath towns with hot and cold water basement under entire house good yard and all necessary outbuildings Beg location in Richmond for hoarding house FMlowire Sptdil Rates in Effect via L t N One way Colonist to the Southwest February 10 Mardi and 15 april and 19 also to Kansas and Miseourion same dates J W Hamilton Agent TO THOSEg wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 1ffI We are pleased to state that it is on sate at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle tSimmons Searcy Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters J V WhUlook John Stapp Burton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewitt LA NVearren rC McWharter Rlckner Early JT Coy B chmond House Valley View Huthton Edenton Cotton burg Paint Lick- Wall1ceton n 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE 2TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS lcAnyone f ondlng a iketrh and description may quickly saceitain our opinion an invent nn Is probably communica Cons utrictlyconadentlal on Patents ecurlnirpatentsPatents ve tpafal notice without charge In tbe Scientific Btiericatu A handsomely Illustrated weekly Ijirccst drculation of scientific journal Terms 13 a year four months tl Sold by all newsdealers MUNN CO36tBoadwar New York Branch Office F SU Washington D C WeaK Heartseveryoneindigestiononlytraeablogestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelicateihadatomachroubheMthlt I took Kodot Dyspepsia ew for about few months and It eur d me Kodol Digests What You Eat nervoustralnBottlesoaly trialsizePrepared by 0 DeWITT A 00 OHIOAOo For sal by Porry te Thomaq irn AS THE PIKE OPENS A Gay and Picturesque Procession of People of Many Nations A MIle and a Half Parade of the Greatest Conglomeration of Aiuuac meats Ever Gathered- ogetber On the afternoon of the thirtieth day of April next there will be a spectacle on a certain mile and a half strip of ground In the western edge of SU Louis such as the world never saw before The Pike will celebrate Its opening that afternoon The rest of the great Worlds Fair will have had its open- Ing ceremonies in the morning and after luncheon The Pike will be the center of attraction Director of Concessions NorrIs B Gregg and the members of the Concessionaires Association are now arrang ing a programme for that event They are not divulging the details but it is understood that a grand parade of all FIRe features that live and move will be the piece de resistance of the cel ebration There are parades and parades but this one will be different There will be camels in Itoh yes and elephants but the human element will be the really interesting thing Occident and Orient will be represented and the isles of the seas In tho long procession that will swing up and down the great street of concessions there will be Turks Egyptians Arabs Persians Hindoos Filipinos Africans Spaniards Siamese Core ans Japanese Chinese and representa tives of other races too numerous to mentionall in their picturesque native costumes Queer musical instruments will fur nish marching melodies Some of the Orientals will dance along in their peculiar styles The howling Dervish will howl the whirling Dervish will whirl and altogether it will be a howl ing and whirling affair There will be in sine Jews Gentiles and Moslems from Jerusalemhun dreds and hundreds of them Dancing girls from the variety theaters of gay Seville yes and from the hilari oiis halls of gayer Pariswill be there Bdautias stunning beauties from many European and Oriental nations will lend the charm of their faces and figures and their picturesque costumes to the aggregation Arab hones Bar bary steeds sacred cows tailless cats and hairless dogs will figure in the paradeAnd all along the way the thousands of spectators will enter into the spirit of international gayety humming and singing such familiar ballads as She Never Saw the Streets of Cairo Therell Be a Hot Time in the Old Town ToNight and the liKe For the opening of The Pikethe worlds greatest amusement boulevardwill inaugurate a season of conglomerated gayeties such as the sons and daugh ters of mirth never knew before this eventful year of 1004 No doubt that old gag Its the warmest show that ever came down the pike will take on a new and more intimate meaning There are already built and in course of con struction on The Pike thirtyfive im portant concession enterprises begin- nIng with the Tyrolean Alps and a village of the Tyrol at one end and leading to an elevenacre reproduction of the city of Jerusalem at the other end which is nearly a mile and a half away The Pike is in the shape of the capital letter L the vertical stroke being a mile long The angle of the L accommodates the Naval ExhfCit the Galveston Food and Hales Fire Fighters Jcrisilem is at the farther end of the hor xntal part of the IAll along tkt thoroughfare on both sides are the immense buildings of picturesque an odd construction that house the concession shows On the opening day The Pike will be gay with flags and bunting and for Just seven months thereafter it promises to be the most interesting amusement district ever created- VICTORIAS JUBILEE GIFTS The Trenllurel1 Trinkets HaveAlready Arrived sit the Worlds Fair ut St Louis The following are some of Queen Victorias Jubilee presents which have been received at the Worlds Fair for exhibitionA casket from the Island of Trinidad containing an address to the queen commemorating her majestys Jubilee and the anniversary of the occupation of the Island of Trinidad by English troops in 1797 Casket cf satin wood highly decorated with gold flowers from Jamaica Inside are ad dresses and signatures of citizens Caskets containing addresses from In dtan communities The boxes are richly Inlaid with sil ver and gold A tiger skull sent to the queen from India In one of the eyes Is a clock in the other a thermomter both mounted under magnifying lenses The lower Jaw contains an inkstand All the mountings are of gold Hanging lamp worked in chased bronze of a deep color a present from one of the small states of India from the Maha rajah of Travancore Two huge ivory tusks set as vases and decorated with gold Between them is Liikshlre the Goddess of Prosperity The tusks are supported by two elephants heads in black ebony This ornament stands over four feet high The collection is valued at 5000000 and will be strongly guarded during the entire Exposition A Complete Hospital A hospital perfectly equipped and presided over by a corps of physicians ana trained nurses is a feature of the Model Street at the Worlds Fair Those who deiou ro I1Hnv as a curse are always xnx iitls tu have the iuree conn home to most Notice to Creditors Allperaon having clxlma 3g ilnst the estate of VT HarrU decd are hereby untlOed to file sameligally verified with he und riciitd on or before April or same will be barred HAMU RICE Admr ATTENTION We have tnoved our produce business from the East End of Main stet to tilt Garnett House IItreetlwhereCOllIe our friends anti patrons We will continue tu tiny the highest market price for Bggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce jive us a cull in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Mndison county GQTT BROS I21Iju I Ayers When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong Y ouEare tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and irritable Your cheeks areI Sarsaparillapale Your doctor says you are threatened with a nervous breakdown He orders thisIgrand old family medicine Ayeflarsapartllaat all time and s wonderful medIcIne For pure bloortD C HOLT West Haven Conn 8100 a bottle J AYER Ail roweil 1Ie drlllIfor Weak NervesI AyersPillsFor Rent- I desire to rent fur the vear 1904 a residnc with good garden and blHuJt smith shop at Koztown Fur further particulars call on or address John W Wilson Sontf Foxtown Ky There is nothing new titular the nnIRmllntn for example m rnly tht tSI OiU tlii iilii has hell dleCi CoI Any girl Will thinks as much until as she loPI of lieoelf will do to lie to rrHISENSATIONAL MURDER AND IN GERMANY ISUICIDE ExMilitary Officer Slays Family and Self After Spending Last of His Fortune on Dinner Daughter toIDriven to despair by reverses of for tune one of Berlins bestknown citi zens sought refuge from his troubles the other day by committing suicide Lieut Carl Beseke formerly a prominent officer of the army simultaneously end ed his own life and the lives of his wife and three children News of the suicide created a profound sensation In the capital Circumstances surrounding the deaths of Lieut Beseke and the members of his family make it one of the most remark able suicide designs ever successfully carried out In Germany After a long and steady decay of for tune the lieutenant drew from the bank all that remained of his once princely fortune and gave a splendid dinner in honor of his 19yearold daughters birthday After the dinner Beseke his wife daughter and two sons 12 and 16 years old cadets at a military academy occupied a box at the circus After the performance they gathered at an elabor ate supper at which the lieutenant who was unusually gay and tender pressed wine upon the members of his family until they were all under the Influence of the liquor Then when they were plunged in a deep sleep he Inserted in the mouth of potassiumWhenwere dead he placed a quantity of the laydowntire family were found dead in their beds The lieutenant died clasping his wifes hand tightly After a brilliant career and a marriage with an heiress Beseke had reached the end of his fortune He won the Iron Cross In the war of 187071 with France hotelkeepersarmy to do so DEATH CUTS STORY SHORT While Writing an Old Soldiers Dream Inmate of Home Drops MilitaryI While writing and moralizing on this life telling of a resolve firmly made and kept to remain on the light side of life rather than on the dark side James M Kuhn a naval veteran fell dead from his chair at the National Military home at Marlon Ind the other day He was writing under the caption of An Old Soldiers Dream The article was not quite complete when he fell to the floor He was carried from his bar racks to the hospital but he was dead be thereI I am now going on my seventyfourth year I havegeneral ly tried to live vhat Is called an exem plary life temperate habits lawabiding church going and a good citizen Since I have been in the home I have reflected on my life I must soon take that long Journey I now see that walking on the line Is risky and dangerousII must get bright side and stay there which with Gods help I have been trying to do We slip along through life taking things easy just like our neighbors generally on the dark side of the line and In touch with the evil one The pencil dropped from his fingers at the end of this paragraph and he ex- pIred CANADAS HOLY RAILROAD Sacred Line 21 Miles Long But Bun with Eye to DividendsCharges High Service Poor In these days when railways are run more for what there is in them for a favored few than for the accommodation of the general public it may be Interesting to recall the fact that there is right here in North America a holy railroad This is a little line 21 miles long from Quebec to Ste Anne de Beaupre It is sacred because it claims to run es i peclally for the accommodation of pil grims and above all because at Its foriSundayIulous power of healing and on July 26 St Annes day the road cannot accommodate the enormous crowds which flock to her shrine Think of riding on a holy railroad But those who have traveled on it know that they must not expect the comforts of Paradise It may be called holy but withIanDog Eats Corn The greatest curiosity In Union coun ty Ill at present is a corneating dog belonging to Fred Seeger of Jonesboro This canine freak Is an English bull dog and he cares no more for a choice bit ofbeefsteak than a South Sea island er does for Shakespeare but he will eat an ear of corn with the greatest relish Corn on the cob is his diet and he is as plump and Jolly as a dog can be The Apple as a Cure promulgating their theory that ap IIn are a cure for bad habits and bad the horticulturists wish It un derstood says the Chicago Daily News thattthey do not vouch for the apples ef flcacy after it has been converted into J8rIJ cWcr 9F imported champagne WILLIAM JOHNSTON ASRESTEO He Is In Newport Jail Charged With Stealing Horses Newport Kyprll 1 William Johnston who claims to be a resident of Butler county Ohjo occupies a cell the Newport Jail on a charge of horse stealing Ho was captured Thursday morning shortly after 8 oclock by Omcer John Tocher and Lieut I eahey after an exciting chase accompanied by a fusillade of shots one of which struck Johnston in the right forearm wounding him severely Chief of Police Deputy was notified Wednesday evening to be on the lookout for a man who had stolen a fine horse and buckboard at Augusta Ky was supposed to be heading toward Newport Later It was learned that the fellow had swapped the stolen horse for a white animal received 25 and then traded the buckboard for a saddle ENGLISH LAD IHe Worked ThreeQuarters of a Mile In 11834 Louisville Ky April 1 English Lad the Kentucky Derby favorite with a goodsized boy on his back was sent three quarters of a mile Thursday and he negotiated the distance In 118 finishing strong Dell Leath another Kentucky Derby colt was called on for threequarters and heworked the distance In 119y Linguist the good handicap horse belonging to Joe Pugh the CovIngton politician was breezed a half and gave every evidence that he will stand training and prove an Important factor in the big eastern races the next season IHeavy Rainfall at Owensbero Ky April 1Another heavy rain Is falling at Owensboro and throughout Daviesa and surrounding counties Small stream in the low lands which are already flooded will be sent on a rampage again The Ohio is falling very slowly at this point but Green river tributaries are rising rapidly Much valuable wheat land is under water ITwo New Banks Are In Sight Sterling Ky April L Eftorts are being made to establish two ntw banks In the mountains one at Inez Martin county and the other at Sal yorsvllle Magoffin county It Is said that John C C Mayo is behind both The capital of the new banks if estab lishod will be 15000 Bound Over to the Grand Jury West Liberty Ky April 1Raney Burton of Caney this county chan ed with robbing the post office at Ca ney had his examining trial before UnIted States Commissioner Cisco and was held to answer in the United States circuit courtin the sum of 500 Two Good Wells Mt Sterling Ky April 1FrankJ Craig of this city has drilled two wells for the Estill County Oil Co this week both of which are tenbarrel producers The oil Is of an excellent grade and Mr Craig says will be good for at least 40 barrels when shot New Coal Field Morehead Ky April 1An eight foot vein of cannel coal has been found on Brushy Fork near here on the farm of John E Johnson a local merchant The new field Is on tho direct route of the Cincinnati Flora ingsburg Ashland railroad Tobacco Factory Destroyed Greenville Ky April lThe tobac co factory of E Rice was destroyed by fire early Thursday morning About 460000 pounds of tobacco were burn ed together with the machinery bringing the loss up to about 20000 with only 3000 insurance Fine Gas Well Brought In Owlngsville Ky April 1It Is reported hero that the Standard OH Co has brought in a fine gas well on Slat creek in Menifee county at a depth of about 300 feet It is stated that the casing was blown from the well some distance in the air lrisaneI down Mc the Southern railway track near Ver same in the dark one night In January and was struck by a fast train was adjudged insane in the county court Thrown From a Horse and Killed Petersburg Ky April 1Wilber Scott at Burlington while exercising a horse was thrown by the animal and so badly injured that he died in a few hours He was a son of John Scott a wealthy farmer and was 22 years old Reward For Albert Burtons Arrest Frankfort Ky April 1Gov Beck ham has offered a reward of 200 for the apprehension of Albert Burton a fugitive from Justice In AdaIr county wanted for the murder of Deputy Jail er Marvin Conover a few days ago Homej E Craycroft an inmate of the confederate home is dead He was 66 years old and had been a lifelong resident of Jefferson county He leaves a daughter Mrs Runner of Louisville Oppose State Fair Louisville Ky April 1The board of trade and the Merchants and Man ufacturers association have reported unfavorably on holding a state fair in Louisville this year owing to the St Louis exposition Japan has 15 docks capable of accommodating warships TOBITI to most women is a term of anxiety serious thought and sweet painneceSUJ there comes calm nerves sleepand recuperation MOTHERS FRIEND =does diminish the pain accompmying maternity With its aid rs can an- do bring healthysweet dispositioned and ideal Morning sickness sore breasts and ex cruciating pains caused the gradualh expanding organs are relieved penetrating and relaxing liniment- Among the to childbirth Mothers Frlcrd has grown in popularity and gained a prestige among women welcomelZnBylesseningthemothers agonr 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if the fact that I HIT still in the paint ing and wall piper business ami am thoroughly prepared to furnish you en tlmntes free of charge and do yonr paintinsr ami wall paper han illl at very reasonable prices As I employ none hut flrtclB workmen and use only the best materials in and on all work I do I can andwill guarantee goodrenits and perfect sal ifaition on all work I may do fur yon aid therefore link you for at lens share of your work pmmixuii von in return for your IIIOIIHV value received A full and complete line of the newest d4einn8 in wall paper of all kinds atiti colors of pure white lead paint nlwHy W EMW I Store and shop West Irviae street be tweej Jeppjia and Third x should a cooking be considered rangeel Ismall least of means all by a To the cost of a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it has cost more than The Majestic the stan dard everywhere Because the Majestic is built rightail the heat properly distributed it will pay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no a outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE 2iJ Call and sec them at our store and we will convince you in a moment that nThe Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the U marketArbuckle Simmons II Sole Ky I n We are Badly ClothingDepartment We Have Too Many Clothing 25 Per Cent Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY thefulloverThisCos Suits and Overcoats fAlso our Youths childrens Clothing andlessselection visit when Lexington LOUIS S GUS STRAUS ILexingtons Leading Clothiers WONDER yarsjIpuhliiv i ptI AgentRichmond TTIUIBLA NTO P i DEALER IN l rCoal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetslyr Phone lsJ lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black Use iivriThey Ibiliousness sickheadache Sold for 60 yearsI DYEtint I11 D1B HACKELFORDt CO Have just received 5 car loads 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