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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w TLI T Tiii I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX IIvOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 1904 NTJMBERJ II PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST 171 7F UI i Highest 1Qh1tyI V l71 71 7A F ffi Lackey arid Uamilto hffiffiCash IYou the advantage of getting the w of the the i7 22 t tvT f I Ii f T C = n pringIJ fj w I The latest things in Dress j Goods Novelty Suitings Plain and Fancy Wiiist + ings Ginghams Percales etc all grades and 7th Ve are showing some very vAx beautiful Lawns for the coming sea CMOC son at prices from 5e per jrard up w Large line of the newest li in Trimming Braid T and Medallions Em 1ZR broideries Ribbons and i Laces at all from Ic Mjr per We have just received our New Spring Hosiery The 5f best values to be iLq ladies iMisses and child i2 rens plain flu ii cv ribbed f lace and stripped Hosiery at 8t 10 12i 1520 25c I 7F 4 ill 1 5 The habit of buying good S is cultivated at t have most 74 best for price 2 7 Q 2 prices srlready things prices yitil llflIill t 7Ji Our 7Jrta1nis brimming with bargains Carpets 15c per ydand up Matting lOc and zup Rugs OSc 11I15O = 2 and up CURTAINS LACE 48c per pair = Cottape Poles complete for 10 ets II 5innice 24inch Suit Case at 125 Tele scopes and Valises all prices We have secured some of the best fwtory lines of SHOES to he had iIStyle the latest quality the highest LI 7Flowestfor men at S350 to Sh are the best ever shown in the city Try one pair and you will always wear them Clothing Our stock of Spring Clothing for men boys ACwillmade of wearing materials at 498 Better goods at prices just as rea sonable Suits made to order and fit guaranteed 111 11 Our prices are the very lowest that can be made on all 5 qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a look A look means the purchase of a bargain for you Our Motto is to Please Very Respectfully lACKEY AND HAMILTON If t v Lu 71h = 71 74 ffi7l iI r Spring is Approaching I That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their Iihones with newt I 1 llo n Poper Etc J I am now prepared to do this kind of work at most rea so lable prices r 1Outside and Inside Painting Papering J EtL JT attendedCJr JS q IG MILLER i 9QUeEN 5CROTIROUTE l- u4r4I Lu SOUTHERN RAILWAY f SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES BETWEEN CINCINNATI ICNOXVILLe CHANOOOA CHARLESTOJV ATLANTA SAVANNAH BIRMINGHAM JACKSONVILLe j SHREVEPORT NEW ORLEANS aeandTEXAS POINTS FOR INFORMATION ADDRESS Geo E Clarke T P A 89 E Main Street Lexlngttn WAGarrett WC Rlnearson General Manager General Passenger Ajent c CINCINNATI 1ci Iii Very Lowest Prices ChildrenIGood for liarnIeiiOiidiate relief in all cases of Cough Croup notilnrneIiaI6ly push but liiitrnubletion heals and soothes arid cures per manently bv enabling the hints to slltainlngSliM One Minute Cougb Cure ueasant to take and it is good alikfur young and old Sold bv K C Wines im Dont damn a man in his absence and praise him to bis fnce The Best Family Salve neWittg Witch Haznl gives instant relief rnni Hums cures Cuts Bruises ores P zemn Tetter and nil abmsinns of the skin III buying Witch Haz l Sslve it is onlv neresisary to uee tiia von tot the gen nl no DeWiMs ami cute is pertain Therr lire manv cheat counterfeits on the market all of whirl arllInlpronz1 Salvo i perfectly harmless andcures Sold by E 0 Wines 1m Some men trust to luck in this worl md pome others are lucky to get trusted A Cure for Headache sufferinfromdrowsv feeling should take one or two nlJhtIIndlirA famous hecfliisn are a tonic aswell a a pill Whiln they nleansn the ithvand b Winesun t I The CalvertM- ISS WILLIE K HOOKER 1ItOrRIETItESS Rates 100 per Day cIKcul Itntes to Large Parties SG41 FINNEY AVENUE ST LOUIS MO SSm I t YOUTH AND AGE IN UNION Buffalo Woman Aged Seventy and Worth 500000 Weds Syrian of TwentyEight thIn28 years of age a Syrian who came to riMargaretta tocumulated liofAfter a courtship of several years thermarriage was recently solemnized New York in the Church of St Chrysos tom feofIt was while the was tisellingMiss Johnson met him She soon became Interested In his personality far more than in his wares That was be tween five and six years ago Although before she met Kalll nothing had been farther from Miss Johnsons thoughts than matrimony she found that she had become so attached to the young man that her life was Incomplete without himIt appears to have been about two years ago that the subject of marriage first began to be discussed between tnem Such of her friends as she took into her confidence warned Miss John son against taking the step and p to the difference in their ages and lntedI fact that while she was wealthy Syrian was comparatively poor protests of all sorts were useless In turning her from her purpose Until a few days ago the marriage was kept secret When Mrs Kalil was asked why she had never married be fore she said she had not had time to think about it GIRLS DISPLAY READY WIT Adopt Unique Method of Winning Contest with Gang of Men at Cincinnati i By the quick wit and courage of two pretty girls a Cincinnati telephone company was prevented from erecting a pole In the alley in the rear of their residence Mrs H L Reed owns the place and after the workmen had dug a deep hole in the shot gravel It seemed to undermine the foundation of her aouse and she complained to the city electrician and building in spector These officials hurried to the place but declared the foundation would not be affected after the pole was in the ground They left and the workmen commenced digging As soon as the hole was completed one of the men jumped in as he feared the woman or her daughters might throw some obstacle into it To his surprise the two handsome girls sprang into the hole after him and refused to get out The man climbed out and left the girls holding the fort Only the heads of the young ladies were above ground The other men had the pole ready to put into the hole but could not do so without injuring the girls The scene Attracted a large crowd and excitement ran high At this juncture the city electrician came back and sizing up the situation advised the foreman of the laborers to give it up and erect the pole elsewhere The plucky girls refused to get out of the hole until as sured that it would be filled up with dirt at once which was done amid the cheers of the amused spectators ANCIENTS IDEA OF LOVE Scholars of Antiquity Called Cupids Art a Mental Disorder Could Be Diagnosed by Pulse Action An article on love recently published by the London Lancet has created much discussion on all sides The paper declares that the idea of love being a disease has the sanction of venerable an tiquityApart from tha Greek and Roman classics says the Lancet it is a commonplace of th seventeenth century writers on medicine such as the learned German Gregorius Horstius who in a long academic dissertation on the na ture of love showed it to be a mental disorder while one of his opponents spoke of it as a result of poisoning by philtersChristopher Bilitzer averred that the best physicians could diagnose the disease from the action of the pulse and re eruditeIof the wife of Menippus discovered her to be In love with one Pylades and by his professional discretion was able to re store her to a better state of mind SELLS HEART FOR 5000 Johns Hopkins University Buys Mu sical Cardiac Organ of Ed ward Lewis Edward Lewis a Pole who has been giving exhibitions of his musical heart at medical colleges has sold his heart to the Johns Hopkins university for 5000 He said the university had theIremarkable heart at the Marion Sims Medical college at St Louis His heart thumps leheardnear his breast The peculiarity is due he says to a saber wound at the hands of a Russian guard while he was held in a Siberian prison More Appropriate Russians propose to change the name of Port Arthur to Port Nicholas It seems remarks the Washington Post that Port McGinty would be more propriateIA Great There was a big SensationIville Indwhpn place who was his life saved by Dr Kings New DN covery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable conies from Amlima but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereat- ter effected a cure Similar cures nl Consamptiun Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are nmnormiri Its the peerless remedy for all throat and InnS troubles Price 5c nnd SI Guar anteed bv II Stockton drnculst Trial bottles free Im Dont bealwavi looking for snaken and thorns and such ilkIIA Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife hail such an unusual case ot stninaph and liver trouble physician cduld not hriip her Hfl Ib nlht Of nnd tried Dr Kings New Life Pilla and sho pot relief at IInco and was finally cured Only 25c at K C Stock tons drug store Ira z AN ANONYMOUS CARD fh Political Integrity of ExGov W O Bradley Attacked Lexington Ky April 22 Through e instrumentality of an anonymous rd circulated Thursday a bitter attack is made upon the political integ ty and sincerity of former Gov W Bradley Reference in it Is made the prosecution of John Ryan and McKenna the democratic elec on officials who were convicted of ection frauds in London but whose ases were dismissed by the circuit court of appeals in Cincinnati The charge is made that Gov Brad y was counsel for the defendants and by securing their release he prac cally undid all the work of the ra publicans looking for fair elections Bradleys friends are incensed and lay that being a lawyer he had a right 10 take any case worthy of his ability LUCKY KENTUCKIANS They Are Entitled to a Fortune oftAbout 1500000 S famuelhospital there was no one at his bed lide who dreamed that the septuage n arian had an estate of 1500000 He lived in one room at No 408 California street His most intimate friends were Julius Rels and Attorney J F Cowdrey Davis left a will In his own handwriting executed In February S9S It does not contain the name of t single devisee or dispose of any of his estate and simply names Rels as executor The estate Is worth 1500 800 and the only relatives of the testator are Jane Davis a sister Mrs Mary Stone his niece and Henry W Dn vis a nephew all living in Church trille Ky Train Wrecked the Station Loitchfield Ky April 22The nols Central railroad station at this place was wrecked by a freight train that was switching Four cars got beyond control and crashed into the station wrecking the freight room office and passengers room Several persons were inside at the time but escaped Injury Four Men Killed In a Mine Somerset Ky April 22An explo glon occurred at the Stearns lilnea Coal Co at Stearns several miles be low here on the Cincinnati Southern railroad in which four colored snort were killed and several others injured Only meager details are obtainable at tills time English Lad Will Not Start Louisvjlle Ky April 22L dont think I shall start English Lad in the Derby here said Trainer Billy Phillips Thursday morning at Churchill Downs I shall undoubtedly send him to the post during the meeting but the chances are that it will not be in the Derby Left For the South Louisville Ky April 22The In spection party of Atlantic and Louisville Xtshvllle headed by Henry Wnlters officialsI H Smith arrived in Louisville day morning and after inspecting the properties here left for Nashville and Atlanta Town Faces Double Danger Owingsville Ky April 22Reports from Salt Lick nine miles east of hero say that a magazine containing about 400 quarts of nitroglycerin has beon surrounded by forest fires and is In danger of explosion Salt Lick is a town of about 600 inhabitants Options on Land For Terminals Lexington Ky April 22 Options worn obtained by the Lexington Eastern Railway Co and the Cheba peake Ohio upon property adjacent to their terminal in this city Tho price to be paid is 43500 The Pal ace Hotel is Included Sentenced to Ten Years ilnevllle Ky April 22 George Eaton of Middlesboro who turned states evidence in the case of George t ray and Len Colgan two years ago was convicted and sentenced to ton years In the penitentiary for an attack on a colored girl Lost Her Diamonds Covington Ky April 22WhIle attending a meeting of the Womens Press club in Cincinnati Mrs Richard P Ernst lost a chamois bag contain ing four valuable diamond rings She first discovered her loss when she returned home Woman Ended Her Life Covlngton Ky April 22 Brooding over the death of a son Mrs J L Hughey 50 wealthy resident of Boono rounty Ky hanged herself to a cellar beam at her home near Union Mra Hughey was well known in Covington Must Pay OneHalf Frankfort Ky April 22The court of appeals Thursday reversed the judgment of the Kenton circuit court in tho two cases of Central Covington va Hoary Busse and Dressman vs Busse Given a TenYear Sentence Middlesboro Ky April 22 Georgo Ballon a white man was given a ten year sentence for an attempted assault on a Negro girl Three exconfeder ttes were on the Jury Kentucky University Won Lexington Ky April 22Kentucky mlversity defeated University of Cin cinnati 22 to 8 in a baseball game re plete with errors Exports of Canada for 1903 were 478574591 and imports 243141010 SweapTheres thin Salvesyoleverheard best It sweeps away and cures Burns soreS Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 26c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by R C BtJckton druggist Im what will it profit a man to get mouHV at expense of character Robbed the Grave yliIIIlwa I was in an awful condition My kill was almost vellow eyes sunk en tongue coatil ain continually in growlngfweakerme up I was advised ITtheprovement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robted tlp grave ot RO other victim No one should fail to try them SOc guaranteed at B C Stocktons drug stoac 1m j M lLiY 12 IiITimbers of oak keep the old homesteadstanding through the years It pays to use the right stuff Men of oakare men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound e materialsChildhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy constitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates he growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdyconsti tution Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 5OO415 Poarl Street Now York io and SI OO all druggists BUCKEYEPICKUPSOHiO Bill Creating a New County Officer Passed the House Columbus April 20SenateBills passed 1rovidlng that where a mil sanoe once brought to the notice of any court is of a recurring nature the court may issue an order for Its abate irient wituout It being finally carried Into court by routine procedure carrying an emergency appropriation of 15001 for repairs pf flood damages on the Ohio canal northern and southern division requiring the county recorder to indorse upon any Instrument recorded by him the fee charged thereforI supplementing the act a reau of inspection and supervision ot public ofllres and establishing a uni form systrin of public accounting au dltlng and reporting under the admin Istration if the state auditor The measure extends Uio scope of the plan and makes the system more elllcient and complete House The houso passed the Hinck ley bill which creates a new county officer the delinquent tax collector in permanency He Is to collect taxes iiimii such lands as have been returned unsold at the delinquent and forfeited land sales and is to get 25 per cent of the amount which ho recovers TIre house passed tire following scnato bills Renlating the storing of high explosives under the direction of tho state Inspector of workshops and fac torles and providing penalties for fail tire to obey his orders as to storage and construction of plants providing that no personal property shall bo exempt from execution on a Judgment rendered fur the purchase price thereof notice of suit is to bo filed with tho township clerk or county recorder and thereafter no sale of the property shall be recognized as legal u LOCAL OPTION BILL SIGNED Residence District Temperance Bill Is Now a LawtColumbus 0 April 20Gov Her rick signal the Brannock local option bill at 1130 oclock Tuesday morning and it is now a law The uproar which was occasioned by Its passage with the amendments demanded by the governor seems to have died down as there wer no protests against the governor signing the bill on the part of the AntiSaloon league leaders The latter hiivt announced that they will accept the bill as it stands and will work under It until the next meeting ot the legislature when they hope to have some of the objectionable amendments stricken out SHERWOOD CROOKS DEAD It Is Believed His Murderer May Have Committed Suicide 208herwoodIwho In a quarrel Sunday afternoon over the possession of the latters one yearold child shot both Crooks and his wife died Tuesday morning Mrs Crooks is in a critical condition Tues day morning a posse of 20 citizens started a systematic search for Parks It Is possilile that ho suicided as two mysterious shots wore heard early Monday iifrning in tho thicket whoro he was lilt seen Tuberculosis State Hospital CplunibiK 0 April 20The house Tuesday passed Senator Holnbrlns bill providing tor a state hospital for tho treatment of tuberculosis and It will become a law as soon as It is signed by the governor The bill appropri ales fSSOcii for the purchase of a site and prelln nary work and an additional 10000 will be available next year Auto Scares a Horse to Death Hamilton 0 April 20A party of Cincinnati automobilists driving a car labeled 11 M G Cincinnati frightened a horse belonging to Hiram Mar tin a farmer to death near Monroe Tuesday They found the animal in the road and pursued it In the auto Fireman Meyers Dead Cincinnati April 20 Fireman Edward Meyers who was injured In tho raltway collision on the C L N at Blue A h Monday nJgMdled Tuesday morning til a hospital In this city Tho engineer J L Baker was Instantly ikllled in the wreck v Alleged Swindler Fined t Cleveland 0 April 20Clias Ham mond Wrl ht was fined 400 by the federal court in this city The charge against hint was that ho had used the malls in swindling clergymen In connection with the sale of a Bible Election Called Columbus 0 April 20Gov Herrick issued his proclamation Tuesday for the election of a congressman to succeed Gen Dick In the Nineteenth district The date of the election tie general election day isI WillI will ot the late Rev Charles Stroud of this city bequeathing his entire estate Val ued at 300000 to Wittenberg college will be contested by John DoWaJd of York Pa a nenhow w h NEW SPRING SUITS I Young Men of Taste ahd Discernmentwill the trome s ylishness of the suit in the picture It is The Royal Sack threebutton full chested andhrnad in the shoulders iiiuile in all the popular Summer fibrics anti in an a trac iwo va iety of pttlerns at so low t p ion as 21iB1 There is nthin in the sUlo lit fabric or tailoring f this mt thtt vul1 siitfifrs the den that it WHS lte sri rirrle On tilt other html there is everything in the ppear ance and qntlity to suggest the tailorillgISchloss Bros Co Producers of Distinctive Apparel JUt unttnI NEW YOfII trictIIyOur HLa France- Get the latest newest styles most lino of Wash Goods Laces White Goods etc ever shown in Old Prices low CASH Our Carpet is full of new designs in Carpets Matting Rugs in all sizes and abounds with all the new durable novelties Our Notions and Small Wears are newer red betterthan you can get them else Ladies Parlors jut our Low Cash Prices See the now sl mat Bargains We have two Lami made bupsies costing 125 ouch which will now be ollered lit SBO each This is an oppor to secure a great bargain Uicliinoiid Carriage Works SOmtf S L Midkiu Prop Our clothing have a grace and comfort tutu only artist can make Stoufler Mahler In India but one person out of 20 can read or write Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings Now Life Pills Millions are always at work niilit and tIny curing Indiges lion sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe Burn Only 25c at U C Stocktons drug Ptore 1m 5tHLOSS bR CO PINE CLOTHES MAKERS BALTIMORE litbettert appearanceandattractive Embroideries Hamburg Kentucky onlyIDepartment jammed areshowingcheaper anywhere Out Suit Biliousness Constipation SilkCoatsyles and get the test for your Very respectfully montyI IK D QLDHAM eo c rr Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile Coal e + ++ + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + ++ + + ++ + + +++ + 4 + + + + + + + t t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t gratE without any attention f4 + + 5eJ kritctfJl lZlrIllbllll J IIELDERSq TORE I A AIaJIII Sp The busy shoppers of Richmondand Madison county will find that El ders Bargain Store is the Money place of the city Daiy we are re 2 ceiving the prettiest line of Spring Goods ever placed on our CUll iters andour prices for this season are just asVlow as ever Our Motto is UNDERBUY aRdUNDERSELLc = cRGeorsets Better than Ever ELCAIATWGUE u You can rest assured your dollar if invested here buys better and more value that is obtainable elsewhere Our customers must not take it for grantedthat everything in COtton Goods has gone np because other houses say so for if you will get our prices in this department you will find them practically the same old ones as we bought long before the unsettled state of the market We will sell you India Linen at 5 74 81 10 12J 15 18 20 and 2Separ yard Sic our nice Voile Melnngo at 15c per yard do not fail to purchase a suit of this We want to ask you to inspect our stock of White Goons before A purchasingand let us before you our pretty Sheer White India Linen White Victoria and Persian Lawn Nainsooks and Dimities and a beautiful line of White Madras The nbove goods are worth more money but owing to a large purchase before the advance wo are enabled to sell thorn at money sav leg prices to every We will soil Ginghams at 5 CJ 7J rij anti lOc per yard Draperies 8J 10 and 121c up to 35o por yanJiIn Our Qlothln Department we have a larger stock to select from than ever The nea 4dresser will grarify his wants when once his eye rests upon our mammoth stockof Clothing London 6 fashions and the prices will actually surprise you when you find such good values at such low prices AMens Suits from 350 up to SVJ50J Boys Suits front uSe up to S375 When you purchase a Suit let us put in a John B Stetson Hat for only S3 75 Shoes Our Shoe Bargains are great Mens and La V4 f dles Shoes from SOc up to 4 Notion Hardware Files 3 and 8c Tacks Ic box C Tea- Spoons 4c G Table Spoons Co Hair Brushes 10 to 33c Curling Irons 3 4 and 6c Machine Oil Cans 5c I Machine Oil 00 Picture Hooks Go doz u ver Egg Beaters Oc Shaving Brushes 6 and lOc Metallic 613 HaIr Brushes 10 and 15c Rubber Rings 5c Rubber Toys to cToy Hatchets C Padlocks 5 10 and IGc SxO Shelf ltrackts be 10x12 Shelf Bracket 250 Fish Hooks le doz25lh Spring Balances To Pools Baronneter Hic beautiful assortment of JardlnerB at 25293139 arid 40e Brass Head Tacks 1Cottage Sc MOI1I11 Trap 3e Notions Pins 1t Needles lr Tape lc Kid Curlers 3 at dSc Memorandum Books 18 58 and Or Day Books 5c up Ledge w and Journals heavy 45ji leather tlpppd 200 pages 75Cj Dolls 1 5 ann IOc 0 Lead Pencil 5e Decorated Crent Paper 15e eto Boxes iG and 15c 30 sheetr Paper 50 50 Envelopes c Window Shades S to 25c Grand Pas Won c der Soap 4c Trunks 125 to SID See our MATIING CARPETS and OIL CLOTHcRespectfully Submitted E K ElderAtothe Cash Trade c Je t a 7 = = = = Ir h n a IiII4 J M J ji ltlWt 0i th1 jir =S 0 eOOe seSS SS S Vst sst f J S i1 s The Greatest Selection 1 1 SS 5SS SSSe z2 = OF 05 15 5I I STYLISH ii 0 IS e SS SSSSSSSSS S SSSSSSSSeSSSSSSSS S SSS SSSSS SS SS SSS sse SSSS S S SS SS r IS H O E S E i 1I SsSSI SS S e I SS S S S SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS 0 S e S E I ever shown in the city While weJarry an elegant line I of ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that 5 Iwecall special attention to our elegant line of New Spring I E Shoes for ladies men and chiIdren You can make no 00S mistake by looking our line over as it represents some of Ss the best shoemakers of the world and you will see our prices Iare lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes E i 1 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE 1 1 seS 1 E Main Street Richmond Kentucky f V SSS S SS SSS SSS SSSSSSSS SSSS4S555SSSSSSSSSSSS e o e 1 he Richmond Climax C CHENAULT President D MILLEREditor Manager WEDNESDAY APR 27 loot OHIIHHUi tVlCKV WRDSKKDAV m- fho Climax Printing Go InOOllONttell WE wonder how many of our citi- MD8 have thought of the marked spir- It of improvement and progress which characlHriees our town today Think over UMJ last few years and see what growth there has been Especially in the last year has there been unusual activity in the building line Con tractors and carpenters have been kept bYyThe sound of the ham MW and saw can be heard in various parts of the city As some one was- want to say There never was such demand for houses here as there is sow The different industries are bringing into Richmond now people very slay and in a business and com Mercial snse there have linen rapid at rides Our merchants are awake tc the demands of the people and the Turions stores in the city show signs of thrift and Hctivity that betoken an era of prosperity and progress The quality Kiil quanity carried by our wrcha ts Is not excelled by the busi IWM hues of larger cities and our merchants are all doing business on larger and more advanced ideas than ever before We am proud to notice this progressive spirit it willled to greater improvements and greater gniwth Kiohniond lays claim to be lug on of the prettiest towns in the IMuegrass and we predict that before long it will rank with thn most uptodate in every line A progressive man studies the times so let us keep up with the ever growing demands of the people CFiBrowerCoi LXINGTON KY t i t FornC other Spring open tingof Carpets Draperies Furniture Wall Paper Wood Mantels Pictureswere we so splendidly preparedWe displayed such attractive goods We have never shown such an assortment We have never offered suchmoderate prices for tirstclass goods CiFiBroweitCo MAIN AND BROADWA t LEXINGTON Ky ii 321 42 LL SKNATOIC MCCHKAKY told Senaor AllisDn early this mornIng that if the Army SituBill WHS tacked on to the Sundry Civil Bill ho would block tin passage of the bill on the ground that it was new legislation and should be taken npas a separate measure Sen ator Allison said he had no disposi linn to put the measure on an of the appropriation bills Senator Mc Cre rys threat may prevent the log islation and give West Point another chance although a bare chance At a conference this morning between Senators Spooner Aldrich Allison and Speaker Cannon it was determin ed that the final adjournment of ton gross should be either on Thursdayor Friday April 28 or 29Wash Cr Louisville Times SIKAKING about the management the postollice department which the Congress refuses to investigate did you know that the government pays the railroad companies million of dollars a year to carry the mails and in addition pays over six thousand dollars a year rental for enoh postal car ry on which the mails re carried This is a fuel It is like charging a pass eager twenty cents for a ticket to Moberly Station and twentyfive cents extra for rental of the seat he rides in or space he occupies in standing 1Tnt way the Democrats got together and made things hustle during the past two weeks is not very encotirag ng for the g o p They can unite about as quickly as they separate hors will bft Boys hut that is no excuse for the absurd conduct of tbe College boys at Danville recently D O GROFK editor of the Jessa amitie News has Announced his Can didacy for the Legislature The Crickets Party BY WILLIAM MDOKBLTjSWEBTSAge Syre Tho cricket hall a party At halfpast four He invited his cousin spider And a hundred and fifty more They had a danee that evening The hornet played the flute And he really looked quitu handsome In bis brand new suit The flea he brought Miss Cutworm And they were a funny sight Before thevd been there very long They began to cut and bite They ended with a supper AntI had a pumpkin pie The flea IIP ato so much That he thought that he would die SHHLIJYVILLB KY Shelby News The young poet who composed the above lines is a son of Rev and Mrs David M Sweets both of whom ate well known here Ho is a nephew of Mrs C S Holton of this city Shackelford Co sell tlu famous lavecka fertilizer from S1GOO to 3000 per ton I3a- tfBIRTHS ONKIL Mr and Mrs T C ONeil are happy over the birth of a daughter WELLS Born o the wife of W A Wells of Union City on last Sunday n flue son DEATH Mr Cbas G Land died last week at lie home in Uynthiana aged 86 years Mr Land was born near this city in 1318 ant has numerous relatives tnl this county His father was a prosperous farmer He was highly respect d by his home people and was one of Cynthianas most active business men for number of years 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science hai been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curt is tile only positive cure now known to tlin medical fraternity Catarrh be lug a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca actinltdirectly destroyjuggiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work Time proprie toys have w much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred lollari for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Addres F J CHENEY co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 75c Halls Family Pflla are thereat 2m PRSONAL Misses Van Greenleaf and Hattie Lecher are visiting in Danville Mrs Green Clay has been visiting Mrs Robert Walker in Nioholasville Mrs Harry M Blanton spent last week with her parents at Chilosburg Mrs H C Jasper has been entej taming Mrs Chas Petry of Mt Sterl ingMrs George G Prewitt has been visiting Mrs T J Scott in Nicholas villeMrs B F Jacobs and daughter Miss Maryof Irvine were hero last weekMrs Evan S McCord and Miss Anno Bennett were in Louisville last weekMrs David Chenault has returned from Florida where she pent the Grace Harris of Irvine spent several days last week with friends in this city Mrs C D Chonault of Lexington has been visiting Mrs James S CrutcherLouis Biggerstaff of Richmond vis ited friends here Sunday Valley View Argent Mrs T D Chenault Jr is visiting Mr and Mrs John B Chonault in Tempest Va Miss Lizzette Dickcson of Paris was hero last week visiting friends and relatives Mr S Neville Moberly stopped over hero a fow days last week enroute to New York Mrs Laura Francis and Mrs John Cunningham of Bourbon Co wore here last week Mr Overton Evans of Brush Creek has been spending few lays with home folks here Mr Claude Devore has teturned from Hot Springs and is at his post of dutyon the police force Miss Mattie Wells of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W B Wells near Union City Mr and Mrs T L Todd of Fold spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs George B Todd at Speedwell Mr Charles F Higgins and wife of Richmond spent several days with Mrs Adelia Woods InteriorJournal Mrs W T Sutton has returnei ti her home in Lancaster after a visit to her sister Mrs W W Jones at Cal eastMrs Bennett has returned to her home in Harrodsbunr after an exten ded visit to her daughter Mrs F J Yeager Elliott Campbell has returned from Richmond where he underwent a successful surgicalopcrationEstill Co HeraldMisses Annie Ballard and Jennie Mason will return Saturday Worn Orlando Florida where they have spent winterMrs Simrall of Lexing ton come over Sunday to see hor grandmother Mrs H B Dillingham who has been very ill Mrs John E Stormes Misses Nellie Peyton and Mamie Dunn of Lancaster were zuests last Saturday of Mrs James Boggs on Third Street Miss Minnie Dykes music class is practicing on an operetta which will be presented in the near future the exact date to be announced later Mrs Mary Haggard has concluded a pleasant visit to her nephew Mr P B Broaddus and other relatives and has returned to her home in Bate county Me Mrs M C Kellogg and baby are home from a visit to Lexington rela tives Little Miss Mario Louise n mained for a longer visit to her grand mother Mrs R C Morgan Fred A Miller manager of the Ken tucky Cigar Co of Richmond Kv was in the city Friday talking trade to the local dealers Mr Mlllersays his factory is doing a fine business ami working overtime to keep up with or ders Lexington Leader Miss Julia Higgins who was to have been a bridesmaid at the Crook Shackelford wedding in Mt Sterling last Wednesday was prevoted from going by Illness Miss Higgins is one r of Richmonds most popular girl and her illness is a source of much regret to her many frionda Mr V P Smith of Somerset is in the city attending Federal Court Mr Smith is a brother of Mr H R SmithI formerly of this place and is one otI the brightest lawyers in the State The marriage of Miss Mammie Hlte Rowland and MrMartln N Welch both of Danville will occur in the Presbyterian church at that place to tiny Miss Rowland is a daughter of Mr W S Rowland and is well known here being a neico of Mrs Stove B White whom she often visited Miss Harriett Poynter of Shelby ville was a guest of Mrs H B Hanger last week Mrs B L Middelton entertained In her honor on last Wednesday with a violet luncheon Her guests wore Mrs Manger Misses Rosa May Moberley Kllzaheth Embry and Bssie Tribblo One of thdmost enjoyable enter tainments ever given at the Winchester Opera House was that of the Military Band anti Orchestra Monday night The vocal selections by Miss Minnie Dyke of Richmond met with continued applause We predict that Miss Dykes is just at the beginning of a brilliant futureWinchester Sun Sentinel Capt J A Mnorns returned Saint day from the Gibson Infirmary Richmond where ho had undergone a most delicate iind dangerous opera tion When rapt Moores went to the Gibson institution live weeks age ho was at deaths door but through the skill of tho Drs Gibson he is en tirolv relieved and his complete TPCOV ery is only a matter of timeStation Camp Cor Estill County Herald Theo Wilson formerly citizen of Station Camp now residing at Bybee town Madscn county was in Irvine Monday Mrs Jno M Park and Mrs William Park and son Carl of Madison county are the guests of Mr and Mrs W W Park Miss Malpe Wilson has boon spending few days in Irvine Ph was accompanied to her home at Waco by Miss Mamie Ashcraft Estill County Herald The following notice taken from the Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat will bo of interest One of the prettiest of the early spring weddings was that of Miss Florence W Shackelford and Mr Jefferson RICH Crooks which took place ft 1130 oclock Wednesday morning in tho presence of many relatives and friends of the contracting parties in the South rn Presbyterian church The ceremonyWitS perform ed by Rev E O Guerrant in his own impressive style The color tones of the wedding were white and green and there colors were effectively pre served in potted plants aud lilies Mrs Geo E Coloman presided at the organ and the bridal party entered the church to the music of Lohengrins wedding march the ushers Messrs E R Short and E G Conant of Pine ville and J C Graves and Walter Crooks of this city immediately pro ceedingthe bride and groom Mr nod Mrs rr oks loft on tho 1225 train fora bridal trip to Cincinnati and other cities ant on their return will be at home to their friends at the Mark farm on Flat Creek which Mr Crooks recently purchased The bride is thn second daughter of Mr and Mrs EJ Shackelford and is one nf the countys lovliest young girls Mr Crooks is the son of Esq R U Crooks and wife and is a young gentleman of fruitless character and stands deservedly high with all who know himI- mportant thange of Time on the L A Monday May 2 1904 On thn above date the following change of time will be made in the ar rival and departure of trains at Rich mond viz- Train No 2 now leaving at 605 a m will leave at 600 a in making close connection at Nicliolasvi lie June tion with the Q C for Lexington and Cincinnati arriving at former place at 725 and latter place at 1015 a m Iso makes close connection with the Southern Hallway at Versailles for Louisville reaching there at 1045 am Train No1 now arriving at 1115 a m will arrive at same time continu ing on to Irvine arriving fiere at 1255 pm Train No 4 will arrive from Irvine at 345 p ui leaving at same time make ng close connection at Nicholasville Junction lor Lexington ant Cincinnati reaching former place at 515 and lat ter place at 730 p m and also makes close connection at Versailles with the Southern Railway for Louisville ar riving there at 815 p m Train No3 will arrive at same time 810 p m Train No 0 will arrive from Beatty ville and Irvine at 855 a m Train No5 now leaving Richmond for Irvine ami Heattyville at 30 p in will leave at 200 pm making con nection at Heattvville Junction for JacksonSunday seryice will be put on first Sunday in June schedule for which will be announced later JR WoolumstSuIiciting Agt Seriously Injures Doc Kirby who resides near Rices Station in Estill county met with a very painful and serious accident on last Wednesday which resulted in a severe fracture of the skull He was about four miles from this city riding on a load of bay when he fell to the ground He was picked up in an mi concious condition and brought back to the Gibson hospital where an opera tion will be performed on his head Mr Kirby Is highly respected by all who know him aid his friends hope for his recovery Sheriffs Sale Nannie Garrison- vs R T and Jas Whittaker NO rICI OF SALE ByvIrtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of thO Richmond Police Court the undersigned will on Saturday May 14 J904 at the heur i f 2 pm in front of the court house door in Richmond Ky sell the barroom fixtures now in the house of Mrs J W Garrison on First Street in Richmond Ky consisting of 1 side b itrd 1 front counter 1 her pump and 1 lot of bottles These articles will be sold as a whole on a credit of three mouths purchaser to give bond with approved security said bund to bear interest from date of sale at the rate of 6 per cent and to be a iien upon tbe articles sold to secure its payment JOHN F WAGERS S M C 27 ap3tIT Ayers If your blood Is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly know Sarsaparillathe health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years Adoctors medicine I owe urn without doubt to Ayer- Sauapullla It Is the most wonderful medi cine In the world for nerrouineti Mr cure li permanent and I cannot thank you enough SIRS DELIA MOWELL J JUKI a bottle J YEll tHAll druiOtfforrorell Mam Poor Health Laxative doses of Ayors Pills each night greatly aid the Sarsaparilla Strayed From my place near the Madison County Stock Yards a black yearling steer with horns RewardJoe IGmtf Richmond Ky For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage and all kinds of toilet req nisites call on Mrs Ida Jones next door to Piggs grocery on Main street 20atf Wo purchased our vehicles to sell and it yon will only call and pet prices we will prove this assertion and make of you IiII isrerlimtlnz friend nut ciitito Imer tf S J Mid It iff Prop B K Duncan and Lyinan ParrUli have opened a firstclass livery table on Irvine street between Second and Third and ask the public fot a share f their patronage Both are expe rienced workmen Satisfaction guaran teed6aHmHave your old vehicle repainted and new rubber tires to take the place of the old worn out steel tires you are now using and you will have a new snmlllPrlTheat prices you Satisfaction guaranteed tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walk ers stable on Irvine street and see the best hred and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood 16796 standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion J6 hands high Only 15 to insure a living colt Now Is The Time to Visit list Spriajs Arkansas via Iron Mountain Koute The season at the iieat National Health and Ileasnre Resort is now in full blat Climate unsurpassed Hot Springs Special leaves St Louis daily at 820 p in making the run in less than 12 liners Three other fast daily trains Handsome descriptive litera ture can lie obtained free by calling on or addressing A A GALLAGHER DPA 419 Walnut street Cincinnati O Protects the System Against Catarrh Hyomoi Prevents Colds and Cures Gripand Catarrh Money Biok if it Fails An ounce of prevention is worth a noundof cure A few breaths of Hy oinei through the neat pocket inhaler that cornea with every outfit will check a cold or the grip at the start and prevent serious and lasting illness In all catarrhal troubles anti diseases of the air passages Hyoniei has a pos itive action not possessed by any other medicine or treatment It is pleasant and convenient to use simply put 20 drops or Hyoinei in tIm inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times n day In this way every particle of air that enters the lungs is charged with a healing balsam that kills all catarrhal gems soothes and allays the irritated mucous membrane vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a permanent and complete cure A Hyomei outfit costs only anil contains an inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of Hyoniei The inhaler lasts a lifetime and when more Hyo mei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for 6Oe B L Middelton will give his personal guarantee with every Hyoniei outfit and will refund the money if it does not cure 1m Special Excursions To St Louis The C H D Rv will run special excursions to the WorMs Fair each Tuesday and Thursday from May 17th 1904 to June 30th 1904 The excursion ists will find this line most convenient in view of the fact that the C H D enters St Louis over the Wabash tracks thus gaining time advantage of the Wabash Station right at the main entrance to the grounds in addition to the regular Union Station Terminal The Wabitsh is the only line having a Station at the grounds To all who desire to avail themselves of the ample accommodations of the many large hotels convenient to the main entrance the arrangement by which time C H U can check bag gage direct to the station will be very convenlen avoiding possible delay and inconvenience of a long transfer through the city advantages offered by no other line from this territory The i boxes 4inour proof burg m vault will keep ypur notes deeds policies silverware I other valua Iblesafe from Ior thieves reasonable sea them PricesI 9 Bank iTrust ern h New Millinery store Mrs Johnnie Williams wishes to inform hr friends that she will open a millinery store in time room recently occupied by Hugh Finnell She is in the city now purchasing her stock of goods and will be ready for business by the 2Qth of this month She solicits you patronagefggs For Hatching from lIhmbred Barred Plymouth Rocks will he sold by me at 50c per setting oi 15 Eggs now ready Mrs E P lUmtoii 13alm Union City Ky What is the name of the Refrigator and Ice Box that is lined with Granola ted Cork and who sells them in town It is the North Star and can be found 4 D B Shaokellord Co where it has been for years 13atf We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show rbom It Viii pay you to ex amine them before buying We afro tto repairing end rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and sue us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MidkifT Prop MEN Who can sell Grain or Tobacco CAN Sell Life Insurance and MAKE MORE MONEY Only the few buy farm products while lueurJnceItour new form of investment insur ItwiltA Courte of 1nifrMWHal Instruct on given Free The Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York HICIIARD A iloCURDY President Has paid policy holders over G30 MILLION DOLLARS ManagerUnited WallPaper Paints Oils 18x100 feet No 203 south side Main street This is ono of the best located best handsomest store room in the city Suitable for almost any kind of business Call on or address JOHN G TAYLOR SONS Richmond Kentucky Telephone No Co sell the genuine Brown walking cultivator and the Tiger riding cultivator the Tiger tornado and disc imrrovs We guarantee satisfaction ISatf For the next 2o days we will close out for cash at cost two Moores double heaters three Radiant Homes three Coles Hot Blast stoves in order to make room for spring goods D B hack lford Co Four handsome well located lots 50 x 180 fret cheap on installment ulan Also two lots in H stones throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply toL P Evnllll Slate Hank lrust Co BIg Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of C Hunley deceased are requested to file same with the undersigned properly verified on or before June 1st lOOt or same will be W H HUNLEY Admr A PENNYInvested in a Festal Card May Be the Means of Saving You Money on Your Tickets to the West and Northwest ALSO TO CALIFORNIACHD will have on sale until April 30 exception ally low colonist rates to time above Terri tory Low Rate will also be sold on the First and Third Tuesdays of April 1904 to points in the t West and Southwest j Full information as to Rates Time of Train etc can be obtained by addressing- W EHMITR DG EDWARDS Trav Pass Agt FassTraf Mgr CINCINNATI 0 Caldwell Drake the builders of the Palace at St Louis thr largest in the world write We are usingKlNLOCH PAINT on all our work and lind it entirely satislactory Caldwell Drake are also thebuild- ers of the Building the Irish Village fo ir State buildings and other World Fair structures aggregating over million dollars They arc f the new Arkan sas and Wet Virginia State Capitols the 1000000 hotel at W and numerous other public buildings 1f7I1tm 7I 7I d The eiothes Made There 71boyish Later ri You should therefore get habit of having tf Vjl Clothes to fit You T Rice and ArnoldTHE ONE PRICE HOUSE j Tt tJ 7 7ff7t M F 7 Oddities Predominate This Year There have been times when it seemed asH allIpapers looked alike but thatis certainly not the case this year Wd have so many radically different styles that there is very little likelihood no matter what you select that anyone of your nel hIbors will select a style Geo M Willging Window Shades Picture Frames Etc 1Ourlightedand 297- Shackelforti Considorablo Colonist Tickets Agricultural Horticultural HEMPSTEAD Hempstead will make the season of 1904 at Ellendalc Stock Farm Rich mond Ky at- Thoo OT a St1 eO Hempstead was sired by young Jim 2009 First dam Margery Daw by Lumps second by Mam brino third dam Flora by Parsons Abdallah Hempstead is a blood bay and is perfect in gait and action and is an nbred George Wilkes King Arthur At the same time and place King Arthur will make the season of 1901 at 1500 For a Living Colt hyilaxhailcinto As a twoyearold King Ar thur was not defeated in the State in the harness ring Money due when mare leaves tho hands of the original owner or bred to another horse Lien retained on colts until service fee is paid Due diligence will be exernised in care of mares but vill not be responsible for accidents escapesJNO GIBSON Ky ovln lon Arnold Bro irill pay the highest market cash price for wool 20atf CARL DCAUL D wilt make the season of at our place one mile west of Richmond on the Lex ington pike at 8 for Mare Colt and 6 for Horse Colt to get up and suck PEDIGREE CARL D is by John D he by Longfellow he by HowellsAleiander John Ds first dam by Frank he by Newt White he by David Irvines Jacks he by Mogul he by Compro mise he by Tippecanoe he by Black Hawk and he by Imp Warrior John Ds second dam by Mir William he by Mogul etc Sir Williams darn was by CastllHan out of a Jeinet by Jim Porter CARL Ds first dnm by Leon II he by Imp Leon 2nd dam by Black Hawk and be by Imp Warrior 3rd dam by Marengos Mammoth Money due when mare leaves hands of ori gloat Owner or is bred elsewhere Lien retain ed on colts until service fee Is paid Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsiole should any occur G J White Son Kintocn at the Worlds Fair f building Such a firm is particular about the paint it uses their work requires par specificationsdemand most workmanlike labor of skilled artisans When theyuseKiNLOCH on alt their work and pronounce it entirely satisfactory it stamps it as thoroughly good dependable paint the paint you want on your own home KINLOCK is not a high priced paiit although it is a high grade one and it wears longer than any other paint in the market and looks well all the time Hade in all the standard colors Our local agent will tell you why you can not sHoed to use uy paint The price he will quote you will be surprisingly satisfactory WHEREVER WE HAVE NO AGENT YOUR OWN DEALER WILL GET KINUOOH FOR YQU IF SHOWN THIS AD BY WRITING DIRECT TO- KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY ST LOUIS MO THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE For sale by it S BROWN villtK27 apr 14t yyf 71 F That Ma if was 7 made they answered the purposefIii et on perhaps you bought store clothes jmade for no one in particular they Talso answered the purpose just as coal oilanswered the purpose before the age of electric lights Zls a man 7lmong men you can only feet at ease and appear at your best when you know youM are as corectly dressed as any other man t ft 7if f the your made I tk V Richmond Paint t f d 11LOT2 ffb THAT FITIThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods t We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings t6 Give us a call we can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mailer MERCHANT TAILORS V ft U 7Im 7Ji f7 Richmond GREEN HOU E + Phone 188 71 71 + Geraniums Carnations 71 i Roses Heliotropes Ferns ffi Asparagus etc a Give cau- 18 Prices Reasonable 1= AL B ERTF W L jffi F A 7Ii 7tf 7ir m7 C When the Cook Leavesjits mi rhty a can flighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match One Turn of a Valvejw and your fire is started with the striking of a A match All is as st when w AAJL With Gas Fuel ii there is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no J coal pails to litter up the kitchen A Would you like to know about Gas A A RICHMOND Vt Water t I Light Co J St tfti rrrittiiWcIi 1 T 7 Land is Wealth10 aeerzge More X M- indJbjxhallwealth The ratio of population terrniidut Is twontntlit OpportunltifaquidrupIeIand Oklllhma great Arkansaa nefourtli the This vast territory is cottondemonstratfdossibililiesthe thetorythemainsent on request great Southwest Illustrated ONE FARE PIsl Dollars TripFirst Tuesdays of each Month The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APR 27 19M SDiamonds j y JJ Cocks c Cutglass F AH kinds of eweiY VandPreciousuonesvery lThese are some of the vto be found at Lanes 1JteIry lure If your V or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to d Latins hell fix that too I If you want anything that 1 can be found in a first clas- sc Jwlry establishment IN to Lanes He is well fixed ill iiiesu kind of articles v L ELaneJe- weler V c and Optician 1 3 OLD JOE WHISKY jHantJ made tyiui Mish fiver drop KUxrHi IeiiI to he pure It in jf old style manu lecture No- BUTTER can be found for medlcinnl pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in juge S4 00 per gallon 10 bottles SQ C juirsf2CO B bottles a New Whisky SI 80 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery MiBra3 er novlvr Anderson county Ky Asheville N X center of the beautiful Land of the SkyI A superb eUvulwl plntmn the lowest point ot wiiich is two thmsand fret above the level of the sea Situated in the most favorable portion of the tt m perate zone The olll ial Government rec rds tArnV North Carolina vhi i are u im HelmbJe evidence giVe tie fol Icwi rfnverwjes Spring Silt Fj Sum mer 70 72 Fj Autumn 5348 Fj Winter 38 S7 F viH a mean for the whole year of 54 15 F anti a leitii relative hu nildity of Inn Go per cent A naural paradise where all human hiM find qiiok relief Reached only by the Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Ilsort folder etc send twocant stamp to Geo B Allen cu A G P A St Louts MS C H Hunger ford D P A Loukvilloi K- yBOSW u Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to STI LOUISand Louisiana Purchase Exposition TrackJiIlllIC way of th- eas tJeT5 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 General Pa enger Age- ntCincinnati Ohio RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for ttod occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them At spring is nere It is time to have your old vehicle repainted and over hauled and made as good as new Wn will do the work at prices that will ear pxiso you Richmond Carriage Works m9tf S L Midkf Prop Gee H Lee G P A Little Rock Ark H 1 McGuire DPA Howard Jolly TPA Cincinnati 0 PROFESSIONAL CARDS= ATTOBNETS Ittv MILLER ATTOBHBTATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY toarnierJA S1fLLrv A ATtORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY oppositeJ 0 DlI OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatZaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY JOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY overPerry PHYSIOIANS 3IIS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCK Jifice in tht Dr Hobson building M lnStreet DENlAI SURGERY Or Oatauw 5 foscm DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KY office next door to Government Building ichmSnd Ky Office boars 9 to 121 to 4 noTl7ly M Blanton DENTIST y Office Hi Bennett Building ianly TELEPHONE IL 0 Vance UO Mrs L OVance D 0 W9 Osteopathic Physicians Hobson Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southerchool ol Ostheopathy DR LAND IAN Hotel Glyndon We li esJay May 11 lOOt Tis the Comfort Line Free Reclining Chair Cars on the popula- rHenderson Route between Louisville Evansville St LouisThe West and Southwest- As we are the originators of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville youtlllnktraveling topret the Hen derson Route halm 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 N depot I cordially invite all my friends as 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 andmy 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 Main street Richmond Phone 17 IGnitf New Livery firm 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 patronace in this line Persons 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 tills stable- These gentlemen are in the market the year round for good horses and persons 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 of horses put in this stable Remember tho place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 24 feb 3m Announcements It ttt Vclers ol tile Fifth ApjxUIte Court Dis hid 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 trya number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and nt a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Conrt it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the new Con stitution as well as to construe the prevent Constitution whenever a con troversy rose 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 din charged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure theI high position and office to which I aspire Verv respectftinyjJAMES E CAN mILL tf John D Carroll A Candidate for Appellate Judge in this District lion 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 CarrollV friends especially in the legal profession have for a long time desired to see him on the bench f 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 Oiing man he erved two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Con Btitntioiial Convention and one of the three commissioners appointed by the Governor to ravine the statute laws of the State to conform to the change made by the constitution mid watt tor three years chairman of the Democratic State Central oiniiiiitee lie is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of rnctice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes lawbonUn that are in general use and that may be found in the oilier of every lawyer in tho Slate A man of high integrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge of he law and ill the prime of life his bog circleof friends believe lie would snake a pplendiii j JudgeTrimble Democrat tf FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to onnounde lion D L MOORE tlf Mercer county ns a candidate for Congres III the Eighth District to fmeceed lion o Q Gilbert subject to the action o- fImonllc party Your support Is earnestly solicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W ft LET HER JR a andldate for County At torniy subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce R II CHuOKK a candidate for Hounty Attorney nbJect to the action at h Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R bllACKKLFOIlDaynndldate for County At torney of Mndison onnly subject to the action of the Democratic icr y FOR tilt Kit IFF We are ai thonzrd to announce JNO it VLIARD cmdidaie for Sheriff of Madison bounty subject to tlie action ol tbe Demociat ic authorized fi announce 0 B Million candidate forsberilf MHrtisuii County subject to the action Democratic Party We are uuhorlzed t announce H II COL YEa a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce THOU O fdRUY as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tbe action of the Democratic arty Wears authorized toannounceFJ PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party Ve are authorized to announce Q W DBR1NOER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjeCt to the action of the Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce D C MadiouCountycratic part We r nthorized to announce N B JONK subecLUt are authorized to announce J II DOZIE KnitIetWe are authorized to announc J ROsf subtMORGANTAYLORcounty snbjet to the action of the Deocr ticparty GPAlUtlSncounty subjet to the action of the Democratic party We are ant orbed to announce ANDERSON forTallerof the Democratic party IIKtuntysubjectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE countysubject TERRILlcounty snbJect to tOe action of the Democraticparty TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BENTONlic Schools of Madison subject to theaction of the Democratic parly FEDWARDS totheWe are authorized to announce JOHN otPUblicthe action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses Democraticparty We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN QUiltysubject LGOLDENcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BOYDPson county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party tor Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nice 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 tf Dont forget we acknowledge ro busInesstf Stouffer Mahler Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Co or by writing j 27 tf T D Chenault KyTelephone Areais Wanted so a day made by our men selling Air Lights Write for terms Chicago Air Light Co 83 Cth Ave Chicago a a ee Illinois Central Railroad oe Great Reduction in Oneway Rates to Californifornia and the Northwest March J to April 30 J 904 15550 Louisville to Los Angelo and h Francisco ttrnia and return April 22 to May J 1904 Proportionately Low Rates from other points ARKIOnly line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial Low One way anti efllclonin each month to theISouth and Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South lng1monthlyttiulLouisianadress to the undersigned will he umileil free Circulars Ns 1 to 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky 5 I Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating somethingnew W llIR IID Jf mB eveythin smallest piece up to the most massive Bed = room Suits Dressingrrubles FancyOddCome to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Give us a call whether you want to buy or not wgL OLDHAM Wall Paper and Painting Wo have just received a nice line of the newest patterns in WALL PAPER and shall bo glad to have you call and in spect our stock before buying We Have the Goods and the Price to Suit alU We havo 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 aWe are also in shape to take jobs of House Painting and will be glad to furnish etlmates Call and see us before making your con tra- ctsPerry Thomas A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of j jt Jf Jfif Jf Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonComer Main and SecondiRICHMOND KENTUCKY Ei iI PHOTOGRAPHY A NECESSITY English Expert Declares the Art of PictureTaking Makes Domes tic Life Happy Amateur photography has begun to play a serious part In domestic life and future brides and bridegrooms will not be deemed fully equipped unless they have acquired a practical knowl 4Thiscently by the editor of a British Jour nal devoted to the photographic art Parents skilled In photography make a practice of taking their children at frequent Intervals and especially at such times as the abandonment of long clothes the first essay at walking the first day at school the first lengthened skirt or the first appearance in trousers and so on right up to the day of marriage A Bedford Park mother has photographed her eightyearold son over 400 times This is regarded as the greatest achievement of the kind In amateur photography A Yorkshire girl 15 years of age has sat 149 times and a London girl slightly older was on one day recently taken In 28 different poses Medical men said one authority are talting the greatest interest in this systematic photographing of children for they hope that it will solve the problem at what interval In the Juve nile career the physical outlines and appearance of a child undergo the great est changes One amateur photog rapher who is also a student of phys- Iology claims to have established the fact often controverted that in time a husband and wife gradually grow PhotoIgraphs tends that they slowly but surely bor rowed one from the other certain facial characteristics which have now be come permanent Nature was thus her own photographer I believe that the queen and princess of Wales both of whom are enthusiastic photographers have made a complete record of the lives of her royal highness children WANTS HIGHER STANDARD Consul Skinner Says Immigrants to United States Are of Low Caste Would Limit Number United States Consul General Robert P Skinner at Marseilles France thinks that the United States should establish a high standard for admission of immi grants to the country and then limit the total number to be received each year To Marseilles come thousands of peo pie on their way from the Levant to the western hemisphere Mr Skinner says In the course of a year about 20000 Syrians Armenians and Greeks pass through Marseilles en route Seven or eight thousand of these eventually reach the United States Nearly all of the others are excluded by reason of dis ease and go to South America instead of North America This immigration issue said Mr Skinner is not one upon which Amer ican citizens by birth or naturalization will divide but one upon which citizens In both categories will align themselves as they may be for or against intelligent highminded and physically efficient cit izenshipThe character of the Immigration which comes under my observation has deteriorated and the movement today is from among a very low caste population It Is absurd to pretend that they can be assimilated Into the population of the United States without distinctly lowering our national standard Mr Skinner added that a very large proportion of the emigrants from the Levant are affected with a disease of the eye ULTRA SMART BOSTON CLUB Fashionable Back Bay Women to Or ganize Athletic Association Will Study Jiu Jitsu A new ultra smart athletic club of fashionable Back Bay women is being organized at Boston to be known as the New Hub club Among the features will be training in the Japanese jiu jltsu and wrestling by a Japanese woman expert and in expansion by Prof von Boeckman the New York ad vocate of this phase of physical culture Valets and ladies maids will be provided the former having a smoking room and pool tables for themselves while the latter will have a reading room A private wire will be strung to the clubhouse so that returns of all athletic contests can be received by the members direct The piece de resistance however is a training quarter for pet lap dogs with a merrygoround apparatus constructed like a backyard clothes reel This will be used to exercise the dogs and take off their surplus fat Tied to its arms when It is spun around they will have to keep on the run or be snatched oft their feet Baths and sleeping quarters for the dogs also will be provided Its an Awful Disease An American physician has discovered that the blues are only a form of splanch nic neurasthenia due to Intraabdominal venous congestion Now If that doesnt make a patient with the blues bluer than he was before remarks the Brooklyn Eagle he could be Jolly with hyper pyrexia or with metaplasia of the epithelium Measuring the Bees Tongue An entomologist has succeeded In measuring the length of the tongues of bees for the purpose of determining the possible effect of crossing Italian and native bees upon the lengthening of the tongues Evidently on the principle that the longer the tongue the easier the access to hidden stores of flower honey DoYou Burn CQ1I4 If so why not burn the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville COALSAlso BeattyvmetD C- aD R Freeman Mgr Telephone J84 Jr aM Yard J Av Ch j ill A SpIendid Oppoiriturnity rToinvest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property three miles from Globe Arizona c Investors are requested tojthoroughly investigate this property owned by the f a Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and fl Gold Mining and Milling Company Iwhich promise to he equal to ally ot the Great I Mincers in AI izonas wonderful Copper Belt extending worn to Bisrtee and tAbsolutely in the Center of the Belt fo And in the Center of the Globe c Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled In the world 380 Acres III a compact body with undisputed titleNo debts of any kind development still going on in the inot modern and svsteinttic manner 19 claims and every claim will In a mine ore in sight on every J one Copper Gold Sliver anti Lad all in pitY mot unliiies with goad assays in flu Uranium etcLarge quantities or iron antI lime assure reduction of ore on the Kroniul a Those who did not buy stock in the great mininir popertits f Arizona and other parts of the westwhen itit was offered for lOo a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in the 3 ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co t ProrA inir and Imndling of ores from mine to mill hsofaddresli JOS D WHITHAM FRANK A WRIGHT J Pros and Gen Mgr SecTreasurer Vice President Bldgcr r 47aLy C r Ct There is notiintr new under the Run ilium for example is merely the la st old thing that has been discoved Any girl who thinks as much of ft ii as she does of herself will do to tie SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POlNT IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY AND OKLAHOMA For descriptive matter through schedules and other needed par ticulars addressH DISTRICT PASSENCCR 38 EAST FOURTH STREE- TCINCINNATI OHIO IQuinill Htlantic MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND r VersalUesLawrenceburg Shel Lonisvllle Lexington 601 am and Cincinnati i 140pm or Irvine and Beattyvllle 130 pm- CktAIhS ARRIVE RICHMOND- rom Louisville Lexington and ll54amCincinnati i KJr na om Uttyville and Irvine IOB6 a n II n SMITH G F P A KyRRichmond Ky IL iN1 tin T l Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv l41 p m ton Krve s sonth bound 1446 p oC CinaatI and Livings 25 p m ton Express north bound 155 pm No 4 Cinnati and Llvlngs 115 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Cinnati and Livings 105 ira ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays ville Ace pi north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 720 p m vllle Accm south bound No Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 120 p m ford north hound The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co The True Southern Route to Cali orniu is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw nj Kitoin and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los An tales and San Francisco Quick time md uptodate service Dining Cars mealsa la carte Low rates in effect fter March 1 1004 to California and intermediate points Round trip Home Seekers and one way colonist rates to the West and outhwest at greatly reduced rates tTeutive first and third Tuesdays of each month Information cheerfully uriiixhed Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut street iincinnati Ohio Tour Tript- o the Worlds Fair St Louis in J 904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to the Mound Cityandan unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District ofthe Fatherof Waters should be made by t- heBig Pout RouteJ K REKVBS neiL Soathern Agent- WAREENJLYNCL G PAT A Cftv tflBlt OL u JI i Low Rates West f ilABRIGHT future awaits you in the wonderful lands and low priced lands offer opportunities for you to own your own home See for yourself and team 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 Vashington Everett Washington Seattle Washington St Paul Chicago 2000 3000 1 2250 3050 J 2500 3300 Address any agent of the Great Northern Ry or MAX B4SS F I WHITNEY Geoeial ImraleiMio Aftlt Geai fHtt sd Ticket Airat zzoSClark St Ckkii III SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA 1 There is nothing like Good FLOUR I4 Every housewife every cook knows tharr Good eakes Rolls Biscuits 1 cannot be made without good Flours Ou mill turns out the very best that can be had rll Our process for making Flour and Meal is o the latest Our brands are l Elliston Patent Natural Produe Belle of Madison MADE BY TilEaElliston Mill CciWACO KENTUCKY 4tr tt 5 cc0Ac Thylor- ff TAYLOR Successor tofBROS L ititrf1lit Spring Plowing jjrHe handles the celebrated j Vulcan Plow 1 f iiAnd also has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of the tLatest Pattern and Lowest Prices fl tc Roofing and Guttering SpecIaltyc l vtGVIE HIM A CALL v + i i + 1 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mcoarOUnD Long distance lines and tolophones 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 We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALBWEL- LPrctidenr W III Ti Gtat Manager a i 1 I I LI 1 n I I and thoroughly andcomfortably enjoy Yourself Then you vehiclesIRICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH i Groceries AGENTS FOR j CJ Boquet Flour Lakeside Peas at lOc a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APR 27 1904 Next Monday wilt be Court day Call on S F Rock for Surveying Real Estate and Life Insurance 9ram The latest fad for arranging cozv corners is to mske them a perfect bow er of flowers Mr and Mrs H P Reid will move this week into their new home on Glyn don Avenue t Mr and Mrs Ed C Wines have removed to their pretty new homo on Collins Street Covington Arnold Bro want your wool They will pay the highest market price for it 20atf liDo all the good you can In all the way you can To all the people you can Just as long as you can Mrs Johnnie Williams milliner wishes to inform her friends that she ir now ready for business and will be glad to have them call and see her nice line of hats both for woman and children Prof W McGarvey Jr will give a lecture on Travels in the Holy Laud at Mt Zion church next Satur day night The lecture will be illuMra ted with ftereopticon views Admis sion free On account of Paducah Carnival the Lt will sell roundtrip tickets from Irvine Richmond Valley View and NicholHsville to Paducah Ky at rate of one flrstclass fare pln s25ctB May 16th to 21st inclusive final limit May 22nd On May 11 the business men of the i city will visit Hpattyville Irvine and other pointx alone tim TiOnivillB and Atlantic railroid The objent of this trip will bn to solicit trails from those sections Let our merchants rally to thA support of tins excursion and make it a HUCC S and an event that will reap great results ThA Harris Nickel plate show was here last Friday according to previous announcements Their parade was witnessed by a large crowd which as sembled on the streets and both ot their performances were well attended This organization furnishes a first class entertainment and meets with success in its travIs Workmen tearinar down the old Rees House have made a discovery In one of the collar rooms that bear evf denc of no Iwimrused for generations a rude furnanre with a very large iron kettle was discovered Further Investi gation revealed in one corner a coiled j pips with other apparatus used in the 1prlmitivA days for making distilled spir its There is no question hut what this i room was used as a secret distillery but when and bv whomoF course is un 1known Winchester Sun Sentinel Do You Want to Drive Ina stylishelegant and handsome Buggy Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabout e 3 S Q9 TheFinishing Touch You will never ap pear properly dress ed without the fin ishing touch This you will not hare laundryIs To be certain of this send your laun 1 dry to the M N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N LaundryO- fflce Rice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargeIt will pay you to see E Deatherago before selling your wool tf He sure to take your wool to Cov ington Arnold Bro They will pay you cash for it 20at Mrs Mattie Finnell wishes all per sons who purchased packages at the auction will call at once and get same Today is the anniversary of the birth of Ulysess S Grant which occurred in 1820 at Point Pleasant Ohio The annual convention of the Christian churches and their Sunday Schools of the Eighth district will be held in Carlisle tomorrow the 28th Workmen are busily entraged in re pairing the Second Presbyterian church A new coat of paint has been put on the roof and the interior is receiving a new dress of Calcimine which will add very much to the inside appearance There is nothing that could show the push and progressiveness of our merchants like the business mens excursion will do This is to be run to Beattvville and intervening points on May 11 and should be participated in by every merchant in the city Remember the date May 11 and let us all go and enjoy the day the scenery along the route and as a result bring lots of trade to our town Shingles For Sale I have a lot of mill shingles for sale tf Jeff Stone Will go to St Louis Senator McCreary who was appointed a member of the Senate Committee to attend the opening of the St Louis Ex position will leave Washington City Thursday tomorrow night He will come to Kentucky from St Louis House for Rent or Sale I have in my hands for sale or rent the property of Jo S Joplin on Main street Any one desiring to inspect same can do so by applying to the undersigned at the State Bank Trust Co L P EVANS ISatf Anestci Captains Short and Mulling went to Rockcastlb county last week where they arrested Nickador Ash for moonshining They went onefourth of a mile into a cave wheie they captured Ash and au gallon still which was brought to this city Friday Colored leathers XWiZt1On The Examination applicants for positions in Colored School will take place at the Colored School building the last Friday and Saturday in April being the 29 and 30 For further partic ulars applv to cWom Reduced Rates Via hit 1 A On account of meeting of Grand Com mandery Knights Templar Conclave at Frankfort KyM May 18th and 19th the L A R R will sell roundtrip tickets from Irvine Richmond and Valley View to Frankfort at ratd of onefirst class fare plus 26cts on May lath 17th and ISthiRood for return May 21st R A Woolums tf Soliciting Agent See E Deatherago before selling your wool tI 6e2C S13 Something to EAT f1 is alwars JIM interesting subject especially when you knnw where to find such We have everything f- 1J in season in the grocery line it Green Vegetables all kinds of J Canned Goods Fruits Candies tint fact everything that can be found in a first attention to our lineclass grocery We call special f- JJ of SEEDS We handle all kinds of i I FIELD AND 0 e GARDEN SEEDS J- III f GIVE US A CALL Hurber qnguely to E Deatherage Co cSuccessors o ii twr ii FINEST SUITS aNo where not even in the largest cities can be founda f finer or more inviting display of New Spring Suits than here Large buying puts us in touch with the greatest clothes makers in the world = the select few whose eC garments stand at the very forefront of Fit Style and Good Wearing Quality All our finer suits are strictly handmadebroad handshaped shoulders that add style and athletic bear ing to the figure handsewedcollars that snugly hug ca3 the neck and handwrought lappels and coat fronts that fjcling close to the chest andretain shape throughout the hardest wear trousers with that stylish fit and hang 1b which mark the highest class workmanship Few t tailors can equal the fit and style of these finest suits Drop in when you please and try them on Great variety of rich handsome patterns from which to make your choice I 15 18 and Finer Fine Dress ShoesJi We set out determined to make our store the leading one for mens and shoes just as it has long been in clothing and to this end we have 3secured control of some of the worlds best brands ts HANAN SHOES are acknowledged the world round are the inest made for men FLORSHEIM SHOES have no equal in Richmond sav- eHanansourWALKOVERIinea stands without an equal in the i 350and i 4 class BILTWELL and other brands are worthy members ofour shoe family All the newest spring styles in every width and shape of last 2 250 3 350 4 5 550 6 pricestii i J FITS Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports about 250 cattle on the market none choice The following sales were made 10 head GSO lb steers 135 1 lot 700lb steers S30 each 1 lot GOOlb steers 3c lot COOlb heifers SMc 1 lot GOOlb heifers 20 each Many were left over unsold federal Court Since Monday our city has looked indeed like a city with the immense crowd of Federal attorneys witnesses etc who are attending U S Court which is in session The hotels Mid boarding houses are all well filled Judge Cochran is presiding and a large docket is to be disposedol A Cuanje At this National Reunion of Confeder ate Veterans which will be held in Nashville in June the number of maids of honor anti sponsors will be cut short There line been complaint of too many skirts in front at the reunion in recent years and from this on more attention will be paid to the entertain inJ and comfort of this old soldiers and less to societv features New Material Miss Eva Roberts was in Cincinnati last week where she purchased a full line of new and uptodate embroid ering materials She has a full stock of beautiful designs for stamping which she does at a very reasonable price She invites her friends and all of her old customers as well as new ones to call on her at her home on Pint street just back of Wines Drug- Store Miss Roberts does beautiful work and wjll be glad to take orders for anykind of embroidery iprinj Styles Miss Emma Golden is again agent for Charles A Stevens of Chicago and ladies wishing the correct styles in spring suits will do well to call on her The spring outfit is more elaborate than ever before Every style is new and different from any of last year she can also furnish underwear corsets and hosiery Be sure to call on Miss Golden and let her furnish you with a superb and stylish spring suit Pri cea are reasonable Miss Emma Golden Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky ICmtf A Beautiful Picture Mr R R Burnarn has a superb pos ter which the Knights Templar of California are Issuing as souvenirs of the Twentyninth Triennial Conclave Knightp Templar which will be held in San Francisco next September The picturS represents an ancient Knights Templar of the crusade type at the end of the thirteenth century He is attired in armor shield helmet and all the trappings of those warlike times and is mounted on a firery steed hulling upon the crest of a promontory facing the Golden Gate and Fort Point The design is awork of art and is litho graphed in ten colors harmoniously blonded It is a beautiful souvenir and one any Knights Templar might well feel Sunday afternoon while the carriage of Mr Joe Ohenault was standing in front of Joes restaurant hid bright little son Henry Dlllingham who WDSI on the front seat fell from his seat to the ground between the wheels drag ging the lines with him The horse started and the rear wheel passed over the little fellows shoulders His moth er antI little sister were in the carriage while Mr Chenault was inside the store Several horrified spectators rush t ed to his assistance and picked the little one up He wits not injured but very badly frightened as were his tond parents His escape was very narrow for had the vehicle passed over his neck or any other portion of his k body he would most likely have beeu I seriously injured if not killed We are y Indeed glad to report the accident n- cI worse u A Final Sentence For the third time the Court of Ap peas lisa passed upon the case of Jim Howard accused of the murder of Gev ernor Goebel The judgment of the lower court sentencing Howard to life improvement was affirmed The opinion was delivered by Judge Settle with Judges Burnam and ORear dissentinn present Howard is confined in the lAt jail but he will soon he to the penitentiary by order from Judge Cantrelf E Deatherage pays the highest price for wool tf An Honor Mr Robert R Friend of Irvine has b e selected by the factultv of Central University to deliver the law oration on commencement day This is pleaspnt news to the ninny friends of Mr Friend and no one is more eager to ex tend congratulations than the writei who has known him from his earliest boyhood He is gifted with a brilliant intellect and is sure to make his mark in the realms of law This is an honor most worthily bestowed and we predict that his oration on com mencement day will be a feast of rea son E Deatherage pays the highest price fur wool tf Resolutions At the last meeting of Million Lodge No 28 I 0 0 F the following resolutions on the death of Mrs Caddie A Reed who was a charter member and the first Noble Grand of this lodge was adopted Whereas In view of the loss we have sustained by the decease of our friend and sister Caddie A Reed and of the still heavier loss sustained by those who were nearest and dearest to her there fore be it Resolved That it is but a just tribute to the memory of the departed to say that in regreting her removal from our midst we mourn 16r one who was In every way worthy of our respect and regards Resolved That we sincerely con dole with the family of the deceased on the dispensation with which it has pleas ed Divine Providenc to afflict them and commend them for consolation to Him who orders all things for the best Resolved That this heartfelt testi monial of our sympathy and sorrow be forwarded to the husband and children of our departed sister and a copy be given to the town papers Ada Juett Mrs F H Parrish Mrs A G Million UNION OITT son of Jas Brookllhlre lIed Saturday night of pneumonia and other complications He was 24 years old Another son is sick Not a great while ngo a storm blew his duelling and oth er buildings to peices Truly misfor tunes never come singly The family has the sympathy of the whole com munitv Jno W Reed died Thursday afternoon from pneumonia following his friend Wm J Risk in just one week He had predicted that they would both die soon Buriel in Clark Co Satur dayMinnie the 14 months old child of Mr and Mrs Jan Park died of pneu monia Wednesday night The parents have the sympathy ol many friends Miss Dola Powell hogan a school at DrookBtoVn Monday Success attend herDr Henry left early Monday morning for the bedside of his father near North Middletown whose death il hourly expected Mrs HadenTurpin aged 81 Is barely alive at this writing See E Deatherage before selling your wool f tf SHIRTSg new spring styles Its hard to beat our Shirts in fact we dont think you can do itno matter where you look Here are the choicest selections of patterns of every con ceivaole kind of the rarest beauty in fine negligees at 50c 75c 100 150 And a matchless stock of good WORK SHIRTScut full and roomy with long sleeves and tails at 50c Try our Shirts SMITIISTOUGH The wedding of Mr Frank P Smith and Miss Mary Elizabeth Stough which was celebrated in this city Thursday was the cul mination of a courtship extending over a period of several years Mr Smith is one of the most popular young men in this city where he has lived all of his life lie is connected with the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad being chief clerk in the freight department bride is exceedingly beautiful and popuI lar in the younger set She is a daugh ter of Capt and Mrs Harry Stough Her father was for years chief of the Detective Department of the city AF- ter the ceremony the young couple left on an extended bridal trip to Eastern cities Lexington Democrat The above wedding is of interest to many here The bride is much admired hay ing often visited her cousin Mrs Cole man Neff also Missus Edna Schlegel and Lizzie wedding of Ar Edward Sclmn and Miss Leona Berry was solemnized Monday night at the home of the brideon Wail street Miss Berry w one of the prettiest and most popular young lathes in the city anti her marriage was of interest to a wide circle Mr Schan in a prosporious and well liked young mnn and a member of the social club the J A Cs The ceremony which was performed by Rev Butler was at 830 and was witnessed only by the relatives of the young couple The home was very beautifully decorated in palms and ferns The bride was lovely 11con el aborite white dross of French Baptiste and carried flowers Miss Kemp of New Albany played this wedding march after the ceremony to the accompaniment of a shower of congratulations rice old shoes and other wedding accessories Mr cud Mrs Schan left for their future home at Richmond Ky where the groom holds a lucrative position Mr and Mrs Schan arrived here last Tuesday and are comfortably domiciled with Mr and Mrs James Anderson on Glyndon Avenue Mr Schan is em ployed at the L A shops and by his gentlemanly and courteous manners and his superior he has won the high esteem or his employers and has made many friends here His bride isa most attractive young woman She was very popular miter home town Ohio Falls Indiana and she is sure to win friends liens The CLIMAX extends congratulations and a warm welcome to Mr and Sirs Schan Auction The auction last week disposing of the jewelry stock of the late Hugh Finnell WAS well attended Articles sold brought extremely low prices everything going at a sacrifice B W proposes to inaugurate an era of un Meekly Special Sales which will open the way to great opportun- Ities for the CASH buyers of Richmond and Madison county On of each week special lines will be offer ed for CASH at prices which must appeal to you On Thursday of this week April 28 wo will repeat White Goods Sale Oxfords Lawns Organdies and Shirt Vst materials also Linens of every ilesciiption Linen Shootings P C black and colors Linen Lawns Cam brics etc all at greatly reduced prices for this daj puly Remember tho days Thursdays of each week hlt ya something new at astonishing C 184m l 7 A Brilliant Success On last Thursday night a good crowd assembled at the New Opera House the occasion being the concert given under the auspice of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church The stage was beautiful in its appointments and the occasion was thoroughly enjoyed by all present The program consisted ol compositions from the great masters and each number was tender ed in a truly artistic style Titers was both vocal and instrumental selections tilti several violin solos by Miss Poyn ter of Shelbyville This washer first appearance before a Richmond audience and her mastery of the violin deli nted her hearers In a financial way the concert was equally a success After all expenses were paid a nice sum was realized which will be added to the Manse fund of the church It is for this object that the Aid Society is striving and we congratulate them over tim success of their last undertak iII It was indeed a beautiful concert Kentacky Poetess to be Honored Fresh in the memory of many of our people is that charming little woman who bear the nom de plume of Katy did Mrs KateSlaughter M Kinney of Alabama is a Kentuckian She is native of this county and was partially educated itt Madison Institute After termarriige she and her genial bighearted husband lived in this city and numbered their friends by the score Katydid is writer of note having composed me of the sweetest lines that pen ever traced She has also become a songwriter and one of her most beautiful ijallads The Green Ken tucky Pastures will be sung in the Festiyal Hall St Louis June 2nd which will be Kentucky Day This ip indeed nn honor bestowed on one to whom it it nun This song is said to be wonderfully sweetand patheticexpress jug in enderest melody the longingsof a homesick soul Katydids pictur will he seen on the library wall in tho Ken tucky buildings and her own poems will be one of the principal books to be found on the shelves r Business Men Will Run an Excursion to Beattyiille A movement is on foot among the business UKII of the city to run an ex iitrsion to Bcattyvilltt with stops tit r trip is to solicit trade and business from int section Already our merchants realize that quite a good deal of patron age comes from the above named pla ces to our markets It is true how ever that an amount of shopping is done in other placessuch Louisville and Lexington The L AV new time table will enable persons from these mountain towns to come to our city and spend a good day andE reach home the same evening Thisfmakes it very convenient to hose sections and the merchants here in trying to keep abreast with the times have undertaken this excursion Titers is nut a business man here who should not be a member of this excur l sion Ii will be strictly for business then o Loaisville Atlantic railroad iiiis already been a means of bringing lots of business to our town They employ a large force of men and their pay roll is no small Item This is put in cliculation among our merchants 1iwho in tutu should patronize this roac with thi xcursion Other cities have tried tills plan pf increasing trade with in their orders and have succeeded pitndldly It hasnt been a grea t while sine the Commercial Club of Louisville visited our town with this same objoci in view Then there is no reason wi should not meet with much c access Let the business men all join in this progressive undertaking and let every establishment in the city be rAp resented The date set tor this trip IB May 11 on which day the CLIMAX will IHSUO for this occasion a special trade edition a hundreds of papers will be distributed in Irvine Beattty ville and other road stations Richmond is growing and her wideawake merchants want to keep up this growth They are sure to reap groat results from this trip through one of the most frnjtfu sections ofthe State l t Jr Cheaper Suits Our stock of low priced Suits inot in any market Not trashy simply for the sake of cheapness but strictly reliable Suits made of durable cloth with good linings and honest inside construction These Suits Fit Right because in the first place they are correctly cut and made and our assort ment of sizes is so complete and sa adapted to men of every shape and build that its easy to find a perfect fit And we keep a good tailor on the spot to make any necessary alterations free of every suit must fit right no matter how low the price thats one of our strong points A great collection to choose blues grays and beautiful color of every kind made up in the most attractive spring styles at very low prices for such quality 5 650 10 Easy Siloes If theres any man on earth entitled to comfortable shoes its the man who follows the plow all day And weve got the very thing for him Made of soft tough leather flexible bottoms double sewed with strongest thread and rivited no tacks no pegs no sore feet nor ugly words but as easy and comfortable as an Indians mockasin See them I25 XSOGreatest stock ot good every day Shoes in Madison county bought direct from instead of jobbers thus saving one profit for you Try our shoes And Boys Work Shoes also at the lowest prices fi I IE ii irw wti itifA OUR CLOTHING tZ ttt1 proullANarrovEscipe MATRIMONIAL Feen- yfclIAKUERRyJhe Immediately workmanship Thursdays ouri NapkinsTowels tMillers excelled merchandise accurately charge fromblacks combinations McKee Opening Nothing but expressions of admira tion and praise were heard from all who attended McKees opening last week and many who stood on the outside gazing in the gorgeous windows marveled at the beauty of the scene For several weeks workmen have been engaged in enlarging and remodeling the store which is now one ot the prettiest in town Their show windows are gor geous and are equal to those found in cities both in size and point of decora tion For tile opening the most beauti ful creations for spring and summer were on display and were made all the lovelier by the pretence of palms ferns and blooming plants arranged by Albert the florist whose skill in such lines is not excelled Owen Walkers orchestra furnished music for the occasion and added more to the enjoyment of those who thronged in Mr McKee is to be congratulated upon the success of his opening He is one of Richmonds most energetic and enterprising mer chants and with his beautiful and at tractive store filled with all the seasons uptodate fabrics and notions and his corps of efficient clerks he is sure to enjoy a hearty patronage The highest market cash price will be paid for wool by Covin ton Arnold Bro Take them your wool 20atf Mrs Cohens Death For TIe Climax It is impossible to reconcile tho decrees of Providence with our selfish wishes and finite judgement Perhaps we may argue that the departure of the aged is not untimely however much we miss them as we look at the old arm 8 chair The empty cradle too is robbed of much of its pathetus eloquence because we know that its im accent occa pant went hours ere the tittle feet had touched the frostlands of lifes exis tence but when the youth full of promise and hope standing on the threshold of a happy future is taken from our firesides it IB tie Itard to say Thy will be done These reflections are produced by the recent death of that young and beautiful wife and mother Mrs Pattie Wagers Cohen Shf was endowed by nature with beauty of person and brilliancy of mind and a charming dispo sition Her friends were legion and widely distributed Her love of life and friends and homo and her joyous manner led nono to suppose that death had marked this rosy cheeked and ro bust woman for his own Hence the news of her demise was a great shock to all the friends who had known this happy hearted girl since childhoodHnd few could realize that no more her rhythmic laughter and cordial greet ing would be heard on earth Sorrow ing friends turned their tenrdimmwl eyes toward the strinken home and found there new objects of pitya husband who had been lavishly indulgent and kind and alas a motherless blueeyed and beautiful wee image ef the dead mother little Annie Bennett These claimed the communitys syrapa thy and these received it in fullest measure The stricken ones should know that a circle of loving friends everywhere enshrine them in their hearts and pray for Gods com tort in care aud protection upon those who mourn this young and beautiful creature now gone to rest W o 1250 Plow AND manufacturers U Turner Some Interesting Facts We are indebted to Mr G G Prtw itt for the following interesting fa ts concerning the First Christian chui h of this city It was organized on December i 1844 with fifytwo charter members ill of whom have passed away Mrs Ir vine Green and Miss Kiltie Phelps Ip big the last who were called The tit Elders were Humphrey Jones Rolrt Miller Dr C J WalkerTS Bronstn- Jr and John Tribble while thr first Deacons were Elisha Robti t Edward C Dons antI William Pita ham The first lrustees were Sam id Stone antI James Blythe Among in early pastors of this new church we r J Hem ball S W Crutcher A A Robbing A Ii Jones and B J Piuk ton Since its organization the chit has been the scene of n number protracted meetings which have be preaclwrMosesGeorge Darsie E L Powell John Sweeny Mark Collis C P Williams and others It has albo had a num of distinguished visitors among who may be mentioned Alexander Camp bell Walter Scott Samuel Roger John S Rogers Raccoon John Suiiti and John T Johnson The olde members now living in this county n Mrs Peter 1 helps who united wit the church by letter in December 1M Mrs Henrietta A Bronston by confes sion and immersion Aug 1853 and Cut taiu PP Ballard who united with Un church in September 1858 Since its foundation this Church has done worV of good in the name of Christ neil Christianity It is today one of tt hardest working most wideawak churches in Central Kentucky Rev Hugh McLellan is the present past and is much liked not only by his uv congregation but b the cominunit at large The present Trustees ar S S Parkes N D Deatherage and V W Pieg j tJThe fact that fashion hasset her stamp of approval on t Voiles arutiest and the numerous other veily materials now on the market pi J is sufficient proof that they will continue to reign supreme llMirjiiBMBMNHi L dress goods realm The greatest variety is to be found E NafEa Grays followed by Browns Blues etc i ij TliA FAr Mnfiairc will be very popular during the spring and sum j W ttdgC U U1IU1La mcivs Thw patterns are all that could be de 6 sired and the dust shedding qualities make this a very desireble material 3PERSIAN BANDS increase in popularity as the season advances 9 WAIST SETS Wrist Purses Sash Pins Brooch Pins Tie Pins Neck l Chains in popular priced jewelry iiii1 The most effective Belts this season are the IIwide crush both in leather and fabrics jJ Embroidered Canvas Stocks with small figures in Russian cross stitch at 25c A beautiful set of Collar and Cuffs in wash material The 3 piece set for 25cIii mEihI Ii1I1IiCall once You will always calIl6J51II 11 Jll jcLOAKS II 0 YJij ch =I fJt b L j = 1 J rW KIUVHKK fi W EVANS IR Aew Firm cA Everything for the home beautiful can be found in our store VIf u- Irg rI andour prices willsuit I everybodyIl = 1 We are at home at Joplins old standon Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention tNew Florence Droptop Sewing Machines 25 30 and 35 Full Ball Bearings t give us a call Crutcher Evans IMain Street Richmond Ky We wilt use this space for the next six months to ulvertise our fine mill work interior finishes luiz1 wood IIIOO1S etcTrite us I Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Company E Main C O R R LEXINGTON KENTUCKY J 8 N UpperJ L WATSON Price Reductions Extraordinary T tbto MK great attractions in Hily Veiir S ils skirt Dry xuli IM Sjirjnjf Smartest Styles So jltl1IIjUURilrI IiillIL1jlI such KHtisfactorv fit qsuditvIu tMon v ran Imy Our prices fl1- fIiiwt BIII you arc invited to in ect our iininen e wtock rash GoodsLinen Suitings twniliB 25 ot ton yoilIt Kreat irile tlii eHHon opei 1I1hwork iit or colors iV Kijfiirwl and iu irtHMMii T4fl15t perfectly it rolor nnd very ilexiroblti Great lectimi of Linen Sultinti An Important Offering refiTM Milk this treason ilesitcitM in a ut vartev of ilnsirnble eirnnt at Mtlv Ua than regular IlA Unite VHliies in Hlack Drew Gnotte +i ++ CALL AT++ IN and most of that can be found denulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap 3 St Wanted Young men or women as local repre rtj f Suitings 0SItUrt New Tweet Siiitinus SSinc wide 45c light weight and just the ma i wlel mil VHIIH inr 75r pr yard e plain and fancy 50 iin1 inches wide regular SIaVHlne fur We All wool Voile new Kiirinir shade 10 inuhefi wide 60c Eta mine V ils brown gray navy and tar 44 inches wMe worth l 50 for SI tlnck and colored inchef wide 5D and60e rope de Paris nil iolnrs anil lilncU t3 Special ale of Umbrellas ladies 2ti inch all Bilk uinirellu nat ural handle sieel roil al- n1r 225 SRBOiincl SI Umbrella 2 75 Unltl silver ai d pun metal trill meit IIIAIIIf Park or arinnal Silk enlar SHIId H ueod for this sale t MI Mild ti IPIIS 28 inch Umbrellas Park Silk S5 irrade m0 antilles Artistic UrefRmak ing specially by Madan Walker L WATSON 120 North Upper Lexington Ky bl9wwit W When you are gving to Paint use L PITLU VMZ It is unequaled for Durabilityp Finish + THEBESTUt f1 ivai y r Louisville For Sale by TV L LEEDS Richmond Ky M 4 JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN TOWN Coolest refreshing drinks dispensedbydation Phone Second MagazineLlberal tzeot21w travelinglres VfOIi4u coloring siHIiHnoO realllarSS Tailoring designed J and Ky KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNe IFOR c Lexington Kentucky IIOUGHS Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOUB IES or MONEY BACK JFor sale nv R O Stockton Reduced Rates to the West and Southwest via Southern RryI- tound trip HomoKwkors and one way Colonist rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays In each mouth Call on or address T W ORBWS Trav Pass Ageut 89 E Main St LexlngtonKy i tLif fij f t1 Jc o Jiii ict li iJ t1t t 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 Nolj No2 No3- No5 No6No7 No8No No 10 No 11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 29 No 30 twostory frame residence contain ng6roomsand two balls in Richmond Ky Lot 40x150 feet unsl barn Price 1000 KM less than original cost- A twontory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streeta In Richmond lias all necessary outbuild Ings A great bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from cou A more desirable location for an Ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bargain SI20 will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40i feet Price sio Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Qnnd residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 139 acres good residence him and other 1m PrictfesooPenn containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought In connection with No S Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each ood cottare in firstclass condition Isterd etc Price 300 Nice residence containing seven rooms In resident portion of ctiy Large yard and garden and al necessary outbuildings Price 39 l Hood lot suitable for bnstnes house can be bought cheap- four room cottage and even acres jf Nnd five ares in grass and two in garden good orchard nnd trrnpe buildingTlqthriving village where churches a schools sire convenient Pritt of the nicest resiliences In Itlchmnnd containing ght rooms ofctyLotA twoslory residence in good neighborhood Lot IMxISO feet All necessary outlraildng Price JI8UO nice residence for nnynni deslr mean Ideal home One cf the best constructed ulldln 8 In Richmond well improved Price 2200 nelghhhoodCo toge on a nice resident street containing four rooms and neces gary nutlMiiUtings Ian IIP lour cliNKed on the Installment plan A great iMrgniii at 1109 Will oaint residence for purchaser- An ideal cottage lof five rooms beautiful yard and All necessary iiuilHiUdlngsliioludlng eood stable 10 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser Nice residence on a 4acre lot con taining sever rooms and two penlies Minuted III best re lden e portion of city Stable coal hoRse and all other necessary out build ings A great twrgaln for anyone desiring a nice home Farm containing 90K acres eight mllalrom this city This land if all In grass and is Al good farm and Is well watered There Is on this land a small residence ard other necessary outbuildings Locality hft in county Flour and grist mill Anderson fluildingbuilt 8 years ago Steam and water power Miter three mon hs of the year It is nn uptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal IncluIIII5 rooms All forttfSO orM00 for the raill and the acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in miles Also a fiOlmrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate In every particular and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price Also acres of Florida land in Mannvllel on railroad Street through place leaving 5 ncres on one side with 2story 5roon house and oranges cache pears plums graces bearing and 6 acres on oth TMde with 6room 1story house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for 20tr or the 6 acres for 1800 or theo acres for 1100 325 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 50 acres cultivated about liSIn timber and grsss and about 160 In grate Tint ber on place Is rut to inches but shinglesRicafor the place twice over A large dwellInll8of two stories with rooms above has wells and springs for water Is in growstohaccofor 2200 Onehalf rash A handsome twostory frame dwel mv containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water ba enent under antlie necRsaryohtbulldln2s Richmond for Hoarding house uun UuFollowioe Special Rates In Effect via L i N One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 MardI antI 15 april nnd 19 also to Kansas and Missouri pn same dates J W Hamilton Agent TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fencer tjt Weare pleated it is on sale at the OOUIIIIplaces in Madison Arbuckle Simmons learcy Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters I V Whltlock fohn Htapp Burton Roberts J W Teater J W Prewltt LA Wearren C McWharter QicVner Early JT COT R cbmond Waco Red House Valley View Ruthton Bdenton otton burg Paint Lick Kirksvllle 60 YEARS itrEXPERIENCE 4 TRADE MARKS 1 DESIGNS i COPYRIGHTS tic mayquicklyommunicationiecurmrpatenuPatent e theScientific a A handsomely Illustrated weekly Iareest cir culation of any selentlua Journal Terms 3 ayear tour months tL Solo brail newsdealers YorkDrancb Weak HeartseveryoneIndigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and thehearttutdelicatetotiabcuhlh tourmouthsKcxfcd Digests Whet You Etand relieves the stomach of all owvooc strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles emiT S 100 Size holding 2H tints die trW SacPrOHIOAOO FOlsale byPerry Tbomu J j- It j t J j= 1 OUND PRICELESS VOLUME OB AZTEO HISTOBY IS RECOVERED Book Describes the Wanderings of Early Mexicans Before Settlement and Has Been Missing for Several Years The famous Aztec Codex describing the wanderings of the ancient Meal cans In the valley of Mexico which document disappeared many years ago from the national museum at Mexico City has been found in a pawnshlp and restored by the courts of the govern ment An American priest search ing for rare volumes discovered its fOlIlowedcodex with other documents had been placed there by HIpolito Ramirez son of a former director of the museum to be sold on commission The price was put at 15000 Senor Ramirez has been summoned to court to explain One of the most interesting features of the codex is the part relating to the founding of Tenochtitlan the place of the Tenuch or Nopalby Mexicans in 1325 and which is thus described by PrescottAfter a series of wanderings and ad ventures which need not shrink from comparison with the most extravagant legends of the heroic ages of antiquity they at length halted on the southwestern borders of the principal lake There they beheld perched on the stem of a prickly pear which shot out from tSe crevice of a rock that was washed by the waves a royal eagle of extraordi nary size and beauty with a serpent In his talons and his broad wings opened to the rising sun They hailed the auspicious omen announced by the ora cle as Indicating the site of their future city and laid its foundation by sink ing piles into the shallows for the low marshes were half buried under wa ter Thus was laid the foundation of the present capital of modern Mexico This legend of the foundation of Tenochtit Ian has been so generally accepted as to give to Mexico the design for its es cutcheonthe eagle the serpent and the nopal MILLIONS LOST BY DISEASE Startling Report by State Health Commissioner Lewis of New York Millions of dollars annually lost to the people of the state of New York through preventable diseases is the keynote of the annual report of Health Commissioner Lewis of New York If the monetary value of a human life is assumed to be 5000 says Dr Lewis the deaths from but five of the preventable diseases during 1903 in this state represent a loss of 94 960000 These figures seem appalling and yet millions upon millions can properly be added to this sum in loss of wages expense of the care of the sick and many other charges incidental to the management of these epidemic and infectious diseases The commissioner shows that there was vast opportunity and abundant authority to meet conditions but ab surdly insufficient appropriations with which to perform the necessary work for which he believes 1000000 a year could be used with Immense advantage to the people of the state As the most conspicuous feature of the sanitary condition of the state dur ing 1903 the report cites the typhoid epidemic at Ithaca where with a pop ulation of 13000 there were more than 500 cases reported and 50 deaths In this instance says the commissioner the distribution of the fever cases in dicated the water supply as the pur veyor of the infectious material LONG TRIP TO ASK MA Suitor Journeys Five Hundred Miles to Get Her Consent to Union and Obtains It A wedding has Just taken place In Elgin which shows what a gritty Minnesota girl may demand of her beau when he asks her to marry him When William Steege of St James Minn asked Miss Leah Runge of the same place to become his bride she coyly said Youll have to ask mam ma Very well said the hopeful suitor Ill write her today 10 but that wont do Youll have to ask her personally But she lives in Elgin 500 miles awayWould that be too far for you to travel to ask her for me Within 25 minutes the young man had two tickets from St James to El gin It took considerably less than that many hours to get to the Fox river metropolis and still less for the groomtobe to ask the mothers con sent and to be married The ceremony took place at the home of Mrs Louise Runge and the happy pair are now back in St James in a snug home of their own All Nicely Fixed Austria and Italy have allied them selves to guarantee peace in the Bal kans Now remarks the Philadelphia North American if somebody will kindly guarantee to keep the bread rioters quiet In Italy and to suppress the Czechs in Austria there will be no rea son why Abdul Hamid shouldnt have 40 winks Some Original Rulings It has been decided by a St Louis court that hop tea is beer This however says the Chicago RecordHerald falls several notches below Secretary Shaws deal lon that frogs are poultry The pe inlelit- vArtaiIiiiei to tinst in lie only Ae uret of Itt cun iit from hw vrli Notice to Creditors All person having cl ilnm atrinst the estate of W T Harris decd are hereby notified in file same legally verified with he undrr igntd on or before April 21 UO4 or name will be barred BAMU RICE Admr ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of MultI street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to way the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidesfFurs and other Produce 5ive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 29janly JUCHMOXD KY J tt ra I c1 l1 I4i ti4 f PJff1EhJ BABY 8S CifiJllJO US- Efv1othersFriend Womans greatest dream of beauty and glory is when nature Las chosen her to become a mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the joy ambition success and the lifelong satisfaction com fug nearer day by day in the dear and innocent being so soot to see liht and the uncertainty whether site shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside heron the pillow add zest to her expectancy externallyOiroughout pin of parturUion and no mother and strongclearmutuallylauluenced great liniment MOTHERS FRIEND nay of dragists too per bottle t Our treatise Motherhood mailed free tilE BBADFIELD REGULATOR CO AlanU Ca rJ ONE WAS KILLED 8hot While Fleeing From a Posse of Officers MIdlesboro Ky April 21At Cum berland Gap Wednesday one man was killed and another seriously wounded In a fight following an attempted ar rest Silas Isman and John Wright were seen to jump from a train with sacks supposed to be booty and make for the mountains S A Williams led a posse and catching up with the men was met by a volley of shots none of which took effect He returned the fire with a shotgun fatally wounding Wright and shooting Isman In the arm ON SHORT ACQUAINTANCE A Want Ad Inserted For Fun Leads MarriageIFranklin Ky April 21Bertha Dunn daughter of a well to do farmer and Eugene Zimmerman a locomotive engineer of PeorIa HI were married in this city Some time In January Miss Dunn for fun inserted an ad vertisement for a husband In a Detroit newspaper She received 58 replies Zimmerman being one of her corre spondents Tho couple had never seen each other until a few hours before the ceremony was performed ISleighs For April Wedding Ky April 21Snow fell eight inrhes deep Wednesday Peter W Manning a prominent railroad man and Miss Mattie Thomas were married and the order for carriages was countermanded and sleighs sub stituted as a novelty for an April wed ding Miss Castleman Wedded Louisville Ky April 21ss Elisa Castleman and Charles Elmer Halley of Lexington were married Wednesday evening In the home of the brides parents Gen and Mrs John B Castle man in the presence of a small gath ering of relatives and close friends Frightful Double Tragedy Burkesville Ky April 21A report from Cumberland county Tennessee says that Ben Harris aged 90 former ly of this place was beaten to death with a club by a ICyearold boy and that the latter was subsequently killed by a pursuing posse IChild Gored By a Bull Ky April 21lIenry Rush jr aged four years while play ing In a vacant lot on Seventh street was gored by a savage bull and only for the prompt arrival of Mrs James NIckcrson the child would undoubted ly have lost his life- Presbyterlans Meet Owensboro Ky April 21The Muhlenberg presbytery of the Presby terlan church representing all the churches in the western half of the state Is In session here The opening sermon was preached by Rev E F Bell of Greenville ICovered With Slush and Sleet Green Ky April 21A heavy sleet fell Wednesday morning and the ground was covered with slush and sleet two inches deep The temperature was two degrees below freez ing Horticulturists say this finishes the fruit crop To Fill a Vacancy Frankfort Ky April nov Beck ham appointed W T Tandy of Hop kinsvlllc to be a commissioner of the Western asylum for the insane The appointment Is to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Commissioner C H Layne Opening Up Coal Fields MIddlesboro Ky April 21G E Johnson accompanied by a corps of engineers arrived here from Louisville and Is now engaged In opening up some coal fields In the northern part of Bell county in the region about Four Mile Robert Brown Sentenced Covington Ky April 21Robert Brown expoliceman convicted of vol untary manslaughter for killing Depu ty Sheriff Nicholas Bodkin November 12 1002 was sentenced to two years hard labor by Judge Shaw in the cir cuit court The Pickerells Surrender Covington Ky April 21James and May Pickerell charged with shoot Ing with Intent to kill Wm Faller at Crescent Springs about ten days ago surrendered to Constable Perry land Wednesday They gave CleveI Died at a Ripe Old Age Richmond Ky April 21Mrs Mary A Turpin aged 83 years died at her home in this county from infirmaties incident to old age Besides a hus band Squire Haden Turpin who is 87 years old she leaves seven children Wants 10000 Damages Mt Sterling Ky April 21Mrs Maggie Campbell has filed suit for 10 000 damages against Carl Medlin and his guardian O L Hinton It is al leged Mrs Campbells sons died from wounds inflicted by Medlln Gold Discovered In Union County Sturgis Ky April 21L P Gil Christ of Sullivan has received certifi cate of assay from Sonora Cal showing that he has discovered on his farm here iron pyrites carrying to the ton gold of the value of 330 Wants Better Fire Protection Newport Ky April 2lTIo author- Ities of tills city are considering the question of better fire protection at several points in the city A number of fire plugs will bp put in Total value of the cotton exported Ifortia year 1203 was 131114119617 t a 0 j 2 MANY SEEK MISERS COLD None Claimed Body of Dead Wander lag Jew 1Appeared A case of international interest has arisen at Hamilton Ont It is a suit for about 60000 the wealth of a miser bachelor Georgo W Toddwho died la a hospital there a year ago surround ed by strangers Todd diM from ex posure and age As there seemed to be some doubts as to who Is entitled to his money as represented by the bankbooks found among his effects the crown authorities turned over every thing to the General Trust company and the claimants of which there are many were told to go ahead and prove their claims in court At first it looked as if It would be an easy matter for certain relatives living in Illinois and Iowa one of whom quickly claimed the body to get the old mans worldly ef fects but as is usually the case in such matters there were developments that would supply material for a story writerShortly after the body was taken away relatives from New York state made their appearance and placed th case in the hands of barristers and through their efforts to establish tho claim a score or more persons in dif ferent parts of the United States who were unknown to one another have dis covered that they are blood relations Todd having died without Issue the money goes backward and to prove the claims of the varfous litigants the law leTs have found It necessary to traco the branches of the Todd family tree right to the trunk Todd was a wandering Jew in every sense of the word and accumulated his wealth by going about the country with a wheelbarrow selling small wares It Is stated that te slept in barns and begged his fond but made periodical trips to Syracuse Rochester Buffalo New York Md St Catherines Ont where he baked his money Not a friend OT relative came to claim the remains until the announcement that he had left a large fortune Then scores of people came forward and engaged counsel to help them secure the body- EXPLORES OCEAN DEPTHS Professor Hitter Tells of Interesting Work Along the California Coast William E RItter professor of zoo ology at the University of California has just returned from a voyage on the steamer Albatross having been engaged In collecting specimens of sea life for scientific research The entire time was spent in sounding and dredg ing the ocean off San Diego although most of the work was carried on about Point Loma La Jolla and Catalina lands Some dredging was done about 240 miles off Point Conception this be ing the farthest the steamer sailed from land Here the abyssmal depths begin the soundings ranging anywhere from 10000 to 14000 feet It was in these great depths that we found the most Interesting spec mens of sea life said Prof Hitter There is an abundance of life there and It Is surprising the gorgeous colors the Inhabitants wear The range of color Is astonishing The predominat ing life at the great depths is the star fish and the sea urchin The sea ur chin is most abundant in individuals and kinds Samples of the bottom were taken by the expedition at nfl places and science will be interested to know that bitumen was found in large quantities at great depths- MILLENNIUM DATE FIXED london Minister Gives Out a Fresh Batch of PropheciesDescribes Inhabitants of Hades Undeterred by previous failures the Rev M Baxter of London is ready with a fresh series of prophecies Ac cording to this veracious authority the millenium may be expected about 1931 Elaborating his prophecy to a Shef field audience he described the inhabi tants of hell as being like locusts with scorpions tails and to thoroughly convince his audience terrifying pictures of these beings were shown Regardless of the laws of gravita tion about 144000 persons who believe in the millenium will mount up on wings like eagles and cleave the ether The other good but foolish people will be carried later to a wilderness probably in the holy land There they will be catalogued and assorted English French and German will ba kept distinct for three years during which period the great Napoleon either Prince Victor or Prince Louis Napoleon will set up his image to ba worshipedWar famine will then destroy many people Two hundred million demons will come out of the bottom less pit for 13 months Apparatus for Washing Smoke A smokewashing apparatus Is In suc cessful use in London It is claimed that the apparatus does away with the necessity for chimneys as it produce the exact amount of draught required for complete combustion and deprives the smoke of its noxious properties It con sists of an electricallydriven fan which draws the smoke from the fire and passes it into a stream of water which extracts the sulphurous and unconsumed particles It works automatically and only equires that the water in its lower part should be changed at regular intervals Better Sell Out t An English scientist says radium will vanish In about 1150 years People who have radium on hand remarks the Chi cago RecordHerald would do well to dispose of it at the present prices MBS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entro Sons Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to pet well I however operationMywell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to a of Wine of Cardui for me to and he didso I began toimprovemafewdays and my was very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being 1tkL iW Mrs StoweB letter shows woman how a home is saddened by howcompletelyWiDe ness and brings health and happi ness again Do not go on suffering Go to your druggist today and secure a SI 00 Wine of Cardui WlnEOIClRIJUI J 1 4J ic The purchase price of a cooking range 11 FOr the modesliui be considered home or pala lot ol all by a family ol hal resiL1ecGsmalfnieafls L 51 I JI Clothiers ii Every fipinfater you meet is willing to admit she is single from choice Are You a Dyspeptic If you are n dyspeptic yon owe it to and your friends to got well il annnvp the dyspeptics friend neoau e his disease sours lila dispositpnn ns well as his stomach Kodol Cure will not mlv rnrf indigestion aid sour timaoh hut this palatable retoi stnrtive tonic liuestmit strengthens the whole riiue tive apparatus and sweetens the life ns well aw the atom aoh When you take Kmlol Dyspep sia Cure the food von eat is enjoyed It is digested assimilated and ita nit tn ent properties appropriated by thA blood and tipn s Health is the result told by E O Wines un- To the Fubllc I desire to call your special attention to the tact that he seaeon for house painting and paperitiff is drawing close and no doubt you contemplate painting and paperinc the exterior and Interior of your residence this spring or tall and a I know of no better or safer way to in vest a reasonable amount of money than this I desire to remind von njraiti of the fact that I am still in the paint ing and wall piper hn ine s ami am thoroughly prenared to furnish you Ptitnates free of clinrpr and do your paintintr and wall paper hanging It very reasonable prices An I employ none hut firstclass workmen and use only the best materials in and on all work I do Ian and will guarantee good results and perfect sat isfaction on all work I may do for you and therefore ask you for at least a share of your work promising von in return for your money value full and complete line of the newest in wallpaper of all kintiM and colors of pure white lead paint always on hand Thanking yn for past put nonage and for a continuance of same this year I very respectfully W L LEEDS Store nnd shop West Irvine street be tweeD Second aiid Third For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1004 till Bright store room on Main street now occupied bv Air T A Robinson tf tja Laura Bright I An ideal country for cheap homes Land at 5 10 15 per acre grows grassesfruitsStock ranges 10 months in the j ear Southeast Missouri Arkansas Li u Isiana and Texas are full of oppnitn nltUiS the climate mild the BOa is rich tho lands are cheap Low Hom Seekers Rates about half fare via the Qokcct twice a month first and third Tues days For eicriitivn lIterature maps anti excursion tae write to O T P A Cotton 0 C I 10 mO goas UI ljUJp luw J tie cost of wasted fuel and re I pcin and in the end it has costa I r e san The Majestic the stan ii verywhere Because the 1hch dinory care The Majestic last a lifetime with little or willIoutlay for repairs NOT PE ET j SIVEIr our ITheI ArbuckleQ 1 Sole Simci10nsI Rihmond Kv II- o Th S e HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR SPRING SUIT If not do not until you have seen our line of Alfred Benjamin Cos Correct Clothing for Men We have everything for Men and Boys use I I Mens Suits 850 to 30 Mens Rain Coats 10 to 30 Largest LAne o- fHATS t NECKWEARSHIRTS to and all kinds of Furnishing Goods in Central Kentucky c t Sole Agents For Youmans Hats t I LOUIS x GUS STRAUSLexingtons Leading and Fine Tailors yourself dyspepsia received deigns am- Yours ArkansasTexas Louisiana 1Ak IL SCHAEFER BeltjUincinnati l B1BLANTO DEALER IN Coat Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr50 lyrPhone 8 VEGETABLE SICILIAN flair Renewer IRenews the hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded orturning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair alsnHy rerctf11 Call and see the a 5TC l1Tt1 akoc and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is linedand why it will use onehalf the ice that it tales to run the socalled Refrigerator Ito IS LINED WITHIT r GRANULATED CORK which absorbs all the moisture and makes it eoTs a Vvc- We t t have these Refrigerators porcelain lined arid galvanized lined D1 ShockoUord Co j 6 rar r