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Jfr JiJ7 i H THE RICHMOND CLIMAXn VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1906 NUMBER 31 I r r Low Prices Now in Effect Unusual Values in Room Size Rugs t Several hundred pairs of curtains of all kinds to be dosedout Many dropped patterns of Chairs and Rockers at about half their value These are a few of the many tempting things we have to offer yon ill this midwinter sale of fine House Furnishings Buy one Rug or a pail of Curtains in this sale and your expenses to Lexington have been saved p 4I t2fj Christmas jI rues ft but we are still on hand Our store has sub merged from the terrible rush of Christmas buyers c and is now ready Jar its steady every day business Our stock is complete Everything useful tr everything low priced GIve us a call The RacKet Store g East Main Street tChristmas is Over and 1906 is Here Our old firm known for its select stock of Dry Good 1111 Notions is enteritis upon the new year with a stronge dt thin ewer to IT many customers TV c inv unl WishingYill t prosperous year we are your White Gibson We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns II x WHYS looking f r some thing better always working to c rr clii s And stles supriot to oher stores Phat Is why yvr mi t a hatlbtl in our patters department Oliver Chilled Plows I 1w is the time Get your plow ready dont lose a day It will turn over soil that has never bee reached before Come and see us we will tell you all about it D B1 Shockelf ord C VLVT NAME IS TlilJRMAJJ 1 frSausage Row AndBuys III VISION KEY TO RICHES CURTAIN BRACKET THE RESULT OF A DREAM Pennsylvania Woman Sees Household Device While Asleep and Idea Has Been Successfully Car tied Out Wilkesbarre PaA midsummer nights dream over four years ago fur fished Mrs Kate M Dymond of Moo sic with the inspiration which later enabled her to perfect a curtain bracket Recently she received com pleto patents for the device and it promises to become one of the most Valuable curtain attachments now known to the public Mrs Dymond makes no pretense at being a mechanic though her skill along such lines Is everywhere recog nlzed by her acquaintances She is the wife of a former merchant of Moo sic and a neat housekeeper The necessity of something to properly secure a curtain led her to think about It Just as she was going to sleep and the dream later gave her the Idea The scene was In the front room downstairs She was putting up shades and curtains In hanging them she noticed that the small metal brack sideIextendIa hole in the ends A threeeighth inch brass rod ran across and the cur tains hung gracefully from it The shade was held by the same bracket That was the dream When she awoke in the morning the dream was the first thought which came to her mind She did not say anything to her husband but when he bad gone to look after some busi ness she took a pencil and paper and drew on it the best she knew how a de sign of the bracket that she saw in the dream Then from a pile of rubbish In the backyard she took a piece of old stovepipe With an old pair of scissors she finally managed to cut a bracket like the pattern she made from the paper By the time her bus band came home she had the model thinking it over for a couple of weeks they decided to apply for a pat ent The patent was finally granted A thousand pairs of the brackets were manufactured for distribution but they did not exactly suit and nothing fur ther was done with them until recently Meanwhile Mrs Dymond has had a number of offers from various cor porations who wanted to buy the patent rights outright One firm offered her 5000 The erection of a plant In the borough of Moosic was then contemplated but the capital required was a little more than the Dymonds could afford and It was decided to have the brackets manufactured and placed on the market at a royalty PAUPER DANCED WITH KING Beauty Who Was Edward TTLs Partner a MAtch VenderDies- in Atlanta Ga Atlanta CaMIII8 Romsna Peyton who danced with the prince of Wales now King Edward VII at the his toric ball given in his honor In New York when he visited America is dead after spending the last years of her life as a match woman on the streets of Atlanta Miss Peyton was one of the Pcytons of Virginia descendant of John Ran dolph of Roanoke Her father went from Virginia to Sout Carolina when a boy and was sent to the United S States senate by his adopted state At the time of the princes vfelt Miss Pey r ton was in her day of beauty and was e famous throughout the United States as The South Carolina Flower- A New York matron invited her to New York to attend the festivities In honor of the prince At the ball the prince noticed the South Carolina girl and asked who she was On being told that she was Miss Peyton he requested a dance which was granted For many a day thereafter the hams of Miss Romena Peyton was on every lip for the newspapers of the world were full of accounts of the prince in viting her to dance with him and her wonderful beauty But fortune was unkind to Miss Ro mena All her family died and she was left penniless She came to At lanta quietly without ostentation and met her fate with a serene smile NO RACE SUICIDE THERE The Town of Tompkins N Y Reports 18 Deaths 10 Marriages and 44 Births No Divorces Middletown N YThe town o Tompkins Delaware county respect fully calls the attention of President Roosevelt to its report of the vital statistics for the year 1905 which shows that while there were eighteen deaths and ten marriages the numbei of births rose to 44 The town inhabited by well to do farmers an there is no raco suicide there Al most every family numbers from half dozen to fifteen persons and th stalwart sons and daughters are stick ing to the farm marrying and rats ing large families The inhabitants of TompkIns slat- point with pride to the fact that the have been no divorce scandals their town and all live in peace an amity toward one another Triumph for Goolash whnMe summer should go to Kansas instead Goolash guaranteed three times a da The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered 0Imalaria poison and constipation 25c at R C Stockton Drug Store A man should never be ashamed admit that he has been in the wrou it is hut saving I am wiser todt than yesterday A Womans Martyrdom is too often her own fault simply cause she wont lake sufficient trop to try a medicine that so many thou ands of women enthusiastically leommend viz Dr Cald wells laxati Ibis bland soot hi cnraive medicine icgulntea iliac dered functions of stomach ilv bowels etc and soon restores si women to perfect health Try Sold bv ferry Thomas at 59c ci 00 Money back It It fails Whoever lava little has jlt tIe jto 10 wtrlvr Thin great account that is why fat If your Scotts is what he healthy baby what it does immediately for muscle Fat happy they do they are rich is laid up for They are they are The fat sur little nerves them When scrawny those hurt at every touclr They Scotts Emul is as sweet as to them free sample Be sura that this picture In the form of a label Is onths wrapper of every bottle ct Emulsion you buy Scott fr Bowne Chemists 4O9i4IS Pearl Street Jleio York OCc Kentucky Un Items that GENERAL ASSEMBLY Commission and Legiso Committees Meetin 3OThe state and the senate andIt on public buildings or agreed unanimously appropriating 250000 000 marble for stone Inside e to substitute the copper in the dome and the balding for light bill will be IntroducedT pressed to a on appropriations to in favor of an 25OQO for the HOPldns1to and 15000 for at Danville It also favorably a bill toit salary of the governors from 1200 to 1800 Spences rosolu on expenses of the penlten in visiting Eddyville to 237 was adopt bill giving union depot same power to con 1Forand property that rail of passed The Allen bill class cities by a to levy a tax to erect not to exceed 150 passed unanimously 12500 for a building at the Lexington passed unanimously of FOR CONTEMPT the Mother Who Is d Took Her Child Ky Jan 3 OMrs the divorced wife of Corbin was Cited to cause why she should contempt of court Mrs with spiriting her from Cardome convent a after the child had there by order of th e both parents should have visit her at intervals An directing Mrs Cor the daughter in court Sue Officials Ky Jan 30Sul1 has M F Arbuckle N H Is A S Gott and Shelby the taxpayers against excomty attorney exsheriff and N B county judge The pe misappropriation of thef With the PresidentI Jan 30 Senator Mo the president with J M Ky Mr littlertMiller was of hazing at Annapolis of Senator Ieqrearywas of interceding wit for the boyIEpiscopal Diocese Ky Jan 30The pro of the tenth ann the Lexington Episcopal held here with an ad George W There were abo In the procession For An Automobilist Ky Jan 30A warrant for William Walcott Ky charging him withI speed limit for automo is charged with run and seriously Injuring P his wife Leslie In Lexington Ky Jan 30GovPres formerly governor of also of the territory it was admitted in a state was the cent at the Wlllard hotel Mon Bank May Reopen Jan 30The Leonora of Morehead deel red insolvent and hands of a jeceiver on last has been restored and permitted to reopen Reported Dying Ky Jan 30capt of Deputy of this city Is dying at his home on street On December 10 ha the ligaments of his rJght talmar 4 nwuftt a a MTTKU PROTECTION FOR GAME Agricultural Department Shows the Need of Action to Prevent Extinction of AnimalslIinwith P1Ingport issued by the department of agriculture liver in a report on game conditions vein In January cir Now that the hunting season Is practically over the report says the biological survey suggests that efforts be directed toward insuring more ef back fective protection of game and an ade 0theand the consequent depletion of vari ous localities where hunting has excessive or the birds have been klUedA off by the severity of thepast two winters restocking Is frequently nec essary but the demand for live birds for This purpose far exceeds the available This supply The difficulty is augmented by the fact that southern birds are scarcely hardy enough to stand northern winters and hence it is difficult for notth ern states tosecure birds suited to the climate Perceiving that absence of food and shelter is the principal cause of mortality state officials game associations and many private individuals have united in attempting to make good of these deficiencies Grain and other food have been distributed freely and systematically after heavy snowfalls in when the usual food is covered and 074 suitable shelter has been provided Much activity prevailed last year in Illinois Indiana Massachusetts Mary land New Jersey North Carolina and West Virginia Such measures are in needed to preserve the quail from pos sIble ultimate extinction In GAME SEASON IN MAINE atc More Deer Shot in the State Last Fall Than Ever Before in Its History Bar Harbor MeThe report of the fish and game commissioners for the state of Maine recently filed with the governor shows that the game season of 1905 was a record breaking one The commissioners say that there have Teen more hunters In the state than ever before and that more moose the 5andThe record kept by the American in Express company at Bangor shows 1836 deer 210 moose and 38 bears have been shipped to various points Thus far this breaks the record Practically all the deer and moose shipper were killed by sportsmen from tside the state mostly from Newh If every deer that was killed of 1905 could be recorded the number would come as a shock to most people one is estimated that perhaps onethird Jess of the deer killed are shipped which would mean that more than 14 deer were killed in Maine last fall This season the hunting conditions 000 were very favorable the weather was ber good and the game plentiful Then of 688 course the general prosperity of the untry has something to do with It greater part of those who come Mamo to hunt are men of moderately well to do positions who prefer spend their brief vacation in the oods Facilities for getting into the oods at a nominal expense are better an over before In i AID FOR THE TENDERFOOTi Cowboy Kindergarten in Oklahoma for Eastern Boys Who Would It Bough It- o Guthrie OkJ C Miller manager the 101 ranch says that they are making great preparation to handle the continuous performance kinder for flofknow what life on a big ranch is reallyt1 like According to the present plans they expect to take care of about 400 them In four months time 100 a la month We will furnish them a good mount of and a blanket said Mr Miller and w put them out In camps t the river some place Let them sleep out doors eat out of the tali end of a wagon and live the regular cowboyl lire but of course without the work of It Well send some of ly the cowboys that are pretty good fel lows good story tellers and all thatrover to take care of them and baved cattle roundup once in a their benefit Flock of Gulls GorgedIA Nanaimo Wash fisherman unique experience with a flock of SUllsE several evenings ago He reached Nanaimo in an open boat containing two tons of herring While uptown the gulls took possession of the boat his return all but 60 flew away his number had so gorged themselves that they could not fly but about In a state of helplessness TheI fisherman finally climbed Into the boa and lifted them overboard They we ble to swim with an effort and t of them went ashore to recover fro effects of their feast Flying Squirrel In Chimney A flying squirrel recently came dow he a la Santa Claus at W1I IIJfluhe II first was called a blacksquirrel HeI was a rare looking animal He did notI appear to be much frightened and easily caught wasI Elastic Currency 30aNeuJersey Heres your elastic currency Luckiest Man in Arkansas f1m the luckiest man in Arkan sail writes H U Stanley of Bran wince the restoration nf my wile e hnhh after live years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the i lungs and I owe my good fojtuno to the worlds greatest niedlcine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consnmp tliiu which I know from experience ofwill cure consumption if taken in time Mv wife i with first tderthe cure cou s and colds or money retarded At- C R Stooktons driggist 60c and f Trial bottle free KYEvery min thinks his own burden the honvlet Frightfully Burned ChAs W Moorea machinist of Ford City ltbd his hand trig fully burned in an electrical furnace He ed Bucklens Arnica Salve ad1eperfect cure Greatest on for Burns Wounds Sores Ec ztma und Pile 25o atK C Stock tons drugglit Defies Time One of the most beautiful women in America defies the ravages of time by ply keeping hr blood purified Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup It will do the same for you taken at the least sign of bowel or stomach trouble it will pre all kinds of sickness keep your ulrttion clear and your skin and complexion as fresh and pure as In childhood Sold by Perry Themis Thomas at 60e and 1000 Money if it fails ROADS IN LEAD IS FOREMOST IN THE WORLDS RAILWAYS Country Owns 211074 of World Total Kileage of 543000Bu renu of Statistics Reports Uncle Sam Ahead Washington The United States leads the world both In the present mileage and the recent growth of its railways This is shown in a report- on The Transportation Routes and Systems of the World Issued by the bureau of statistics at the department commerce and labor It points out that of the total railway mileage of the world aggregating 1904 543000 miles there were 211 miles in the United States 35323 miles in European Russia 32967 miles AustrlaHUngary122G34 Canada l55CO in Africa 14113 In Australia 11559 In Argentina 10356 Mexico 9961 in Italy 93G8 In Brazil 7697 In Sweden 7322 In Siberia Manchuria and the other former Asi possessions of Russia 4495 In Japan and 1176 in China Growth of the railways in the United States has been very rapid Be ginning In 1835 with 1000 miles the number steadily grew and in the decade 1865 to 1875 it doubled and then rapidly came up to the present number which represents an outlay of Jll 630000000 out of an aggregate cost at 37000000000 for the entire world The total tonnage of vessels flying American flag increased from 212001 tons in 1855 to 6456543 tons 1905 This increase Is due to the in crease in the tonnage of vessels engaged In the coastwise trade The tonnage of vessels engaged in the foreign trade fell from 234835S in 1855 to 943750 tons in 1905 Freight rates on both land and sea decreased The rate per bushel wheat from New York to Liverpool was about ten cents in 1873 and about cent in 1905 The amount of passengers and freight transported has Increased considerably During the last year the railways transported 719654951 passengers and 1300000 tons of freight In 1885 the num of passengers carried was 351427 and freight 437000000 tons CAT FOUND ITS WAY HOME South Dakota Feline Is Swept by Flood But Finally Reaches Warmth and Comfort Sioux Falls S DNot even a flood which several lives were lost and property to the value of many thou sands of dollars was carried away canp destroy the family cat and prevent it from coming back This was illustrated by the adven ure of a cat belonging to the family f John Barkley a resident of Fort tU Pierre situated at the junction of the Dad and Missouri rivers In central South Dakota The greater part ofs the residence district of the town was wept away by a flood last July the ood bclifj caused by a cloudburst upt Bad river Among the buildings carried away was the home of Barkley in the house at thetime was the family cat big tigerstriped animal known as Tabby Nothing was seen or heard the cat until a day or two ago henyr calmly walked into the new hom r t hlch Barkley had erected and took its place by one of the stoves Barkley expresses the opinion that cat at the time of the flood was carried by the swift current direct across to an Island opposite the of Dad river where it lived on and other small game until it that crossing the Missouri itra ventured to the main land and found way to the Barkley homeISTOPS DIVORCE SUIT Queer Defense Put Tip by Husband Changes Mind of Wife and the Couple Are Living Happily Beaumont TezIn the suit for divorce brought by Mrs Anna Orren of Parish against her husband on the ground of nonsupport of herself and echild the husband answered the com in defense and declared that supmport any an whereby the living pestilence of the boll weevil did attack and has de cottonncrop impoverishIagainst the Divine will to provide sup port Upon being Informed of her bus bands defense and he having in the meantime abandoned cotton and gone into truck farming Mrs Orren withdrew her suit and the two are living happily together again on the farm Cassles Hard Luck A dispatch from Columbus says Mrs Chadwick will be compelled to work at the washtub during her stay in the Ohio penitentiary Here is additional evidence of the fact that woman la bore under disadvantages in this world If the lady who wrecked banks and took the savings of other people for her own use Were a man she would no doubt be provided with an easy Job In the bookkeeping department Ancients Shot Craps An English scientist claims to have discovered evidence what the ancient Britons played dice loaded dice too Oh the virtue and goodness ol the fathers Pirating Edleys Honey and TarasoriginateHoneyg d remedy on account merit and popularity of Fojeys Honey and Tar ninny lm are offered- l fur the enuSne Ask for Foley Honey and Inr and refuse say fUb titute otfrr il as no other preparatio- will give for same saisf action It mildly Illxltiv It contains 90 ates and Is safest for children and d idateipntSsu tSla byjl Gi Stock tQAr UIl 0 ji f f T Seasonable Suits till need something more than light Summer Clothes these crisp mornings Better coma in here and let us fit you out with a sea sonable fall suit and maybe a- top60at too Were showing some beautiful things this year all the new styles from Schloss Bros A Cu of Balti more the Quality Makers The drawing shows how our clothes lookwhen actually worn Prices run from 12 to 525 with a big variety to choose from Come in and see how youlike them Wei vi a jcjiia f etii by way of smart furnishings too Our Fourth End Sale Saturday December 6tb and all the remants were about cleaned up but we have decided to let the prices that were established during the sale continue the same until January 1st on all Winter Goods Clothing Shoes Comforts Carpets Overcoats TTnderweai Flannels of all and all heavy stuff are all marked in plain figures with the Red Loom End Tickets So come and get them Respectfully W D Oldham and Co d REVIVORESTORES VITALITY F Made a i Well Man 5- 1af Me 0t G aL r yes FiEIVdS R27111I t i DTreduces theabove results In 30 days It tctlj- owertullyand Quickly Cures wbon all others flit JTonnz men vrlll regain their lost manhood and old men will recover their youthful Tiger br using BEVIVO It qulcltly and Barely restore N rtout pass Lost Vitality Impotency Nightly Emissions LoitFover Falling Memory Wastlni Ol eueiand effects of Klfabuso or excess and Indiscretion which nnflta ono for ctndy business ormarriage It not only clues by starting at the Beat of disease bat isagrett nerve tonlo and blood builder bring back the pink glow to vale checks and re the Ore of youth It wards off Insanity and Consumption Insist oa having KEVIVOno ether It can be carried In vest pocket By mall BlOO percackueor for S5OO with poll written guarantee to core or refund he money Book and adrisa free Address ROYAL lEDiCINE CO lMg 8ullfi For Sale by Perry Thomas Ph e gets the best C O A L COMPANY in Richmond When you want luad of the best coal obtainable go to the phone and call lot 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the people who sell De Gak Cannel lOtat sh el eo and 3ea k sells- all guaranteed to give satis faction and we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company- D R Freeman Mgr J 84 Yard Aspen av Not Only at Christmas is our line of goods desirable but at all timesof the year We carry such a beautiful line of Cut Glass I Clocks Watches and Jewelry- of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beautiful to our store f We make a specialty of engraving carefully attended to Our stockis complete ours price Give us a Calla LaneIt jiweltr r i i v lITFDESIGNED BY SCI BROS CO Tine Clothes Makers BALTIJVJORE NEW YORiC Great Loom Closed Blankets Cloaks kinds they Phone SlIver Watch repairing reasonable tf tallII l J-Q Ii ii ffi 7i fFjfrl 75000pounds 71utehsor y ed the Jp 11 tS I z0Un 7 71 Pure Good and 7L Sweet We are prepared to furnish testimony fromI the best and most efficient cooks in Richmond or Madison county that our Town Talk Flourl is superior to any flour on our market Our price is in reach of all If you want the best call forO Town Talk ill7Jj If you want cheaper flour we can furnish it Just try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs waiting to be assigned to the battle field 751 A Colyer Bffi0 Phone 237 Main Street FRICHMOND KY r I 4lffi y r 71 7 f Jp to e Moment Printing Done at tAil Ui It V f Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BUNION 1 CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLtSHCD EVERY WKnHIWnAT B- TfThG Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLEB Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct fl4 City Omeelln 5 00I For County Office n For Sttc and Hlstrlct Offices n 15 00 ForOallo per Jae Eer Cards per line 10I For all Wie tlns In thp interest of InIdlrtdatUor expression of ual view per line Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY FEB 7 1906 Ax appliance has been invented by a German which will do away with much of the rolling of a ship and pro vent seasickness IT is slated on pretty good authority that the whole of Fayette county outside of tho city of Lexington is what is known as prohibition ex copt Athensand Athens is known as hells Half Acre j TUB HAres News is a new weekly Sk1Jbpendent and is published by the Boron News and Publishing Company If the News ke p3 up with the splendid appetirance of its first issue we pre diet for it much success TUB othr day in Cincinnati a Mrs SWeflt became soured on Mr Sweet She gathered three little Sweets to gethor and souls of the household plunder and loadud them in a wagon and started for Kentucky She had not gone far when old man Sweet melted and ran over to Covington and invoked the aidof the Police When Mrs Sweet reached Krlangor she was apprehended and the good ladies of that vcinjiy implored her to return to he1 Ulsbaml and forget the past u ader these pleadings she melted and ao consented and now all is serene in that household ANOTHER Congressman will soon be added to Uncle Sams pay roll Last Thursday the Senxte passed a bUt providing for the election of a Delegate to Congress from Alaska But why discriminate Whynot pass a like bill providing for the elec tion of a Delegate to Congress from the Philippine Islands Surely the Filipinos who inhabit the Pacific Isle are as much entitled to representative government as the Esqnimauxs who inhabit the Arctic regions Uncle Sam should accord all his peoples the same treatment and make no distinction in geographical locations IT seems that Jesse Alverson Lincoln countys Representative in the Legislature is not contented with the efforts he contiibircd toward the defeat of Hon R W Miller for speaker ship of the lower house but must oppose all honors that the members of that body may desire toafcnw Mr Iiio lira latest spasm however should convince the representative from Lincoln that Madison has a man in the Logisture whose ability and knowledge of law are recognized by that body of law makers who will not stoop to small things in order to carryout a little spite work Mr Alversons desire to defeat the will of the Legisturo in sending Mr Miller as a delegate to represent the house in the Divorce congress which meets in Washington and his resolution authorizing the speaker to appoint a delegate to that meeting did not last as long as Pat staid in the army Urcult Court Circuit Court convened yesterday with Judge J M Beaton Common wealths Attorney Ben A Crutcher and County Attorney R Harris Crooke present The morning session wae taken up in selecting aud instrustini the grand jury In his instructions to the jury Judge Benton SPOkA of the efforts of Mayor C E Woods to have all laws enforced In the city and to eradicate lawlessness and that tie heartily endorsed the etand laken by the Mayor He referred to the fact that when laws were violated they be come known as blue laws In tub con nection Judge Hell ton read extract arom a speech delivered In Covjngioti by Uov Folk of Missouri III which he tttnted that the laws areall riit hut the hearts of the people are wrong when they break the law and that 10 every lay ia blue law provided man desired to break it The following gentlemen compose the grand jury M F Arbuckle Kore man Joe Deatlierage Sandford Old ham Jonah Paike Oscar Helton Nathan Cotton Jr Jocob S White John laden John Lackey W H Wht O 0 McWilliams T Jeff Rob iUlllln There Is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put tozHibpr and antil the last few years wns supposed to be incurable For a great rnH1V years doctors tim nounced it a lure dineams suit prescribed local remedies and beOnstantly failing to cnre with mont pronounced it incurable Science baa proven catarrh to hen constitutional disease and therefore requires coneti tutiunal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney OiiToIedo Ohio la the only con Ktltnlioiinl cure on the market It In taken internally loses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acta directly on the blood suit raucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dol mrs for any iwtse it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Addres F J CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio Bold by Urueglsta 75e Tab Hi1s Family Pill for conj aUOL L p It Quiets the Cough This is one reason why Ayers Cherry Pectoral is so valua stopsIcoughing But it does more it controls the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about thisiThe best kind oJ a testimonial Sold for over sixty years 1 Made bv3 C Aver Co Lowell 14M 510 ioanul oturcr of I SARSAPARILLA PILLS Ljl O HAIR We bay no lecnta t We putollih the formulas or all our medicines Hasten recovery bykcePnS1O bowels regular PERSONAL Miss Sara Burnam has been visiting in Frankfort lion Harvey Helm of Stanford was in town yesterday Mr Milton J Hall was in Lancaster on business Monday Mrs Z T Rice entertained at Flinch last Fridayafternoon Colonel E C Parke of Irvine paid this office a pleasant call yesterday Miss Edna Bronaugh of Nicbolas rUle has been visiting relatives here Mrs II B Scrivner of Winch a tor has been here visiting relatives Miss Edna Soblegel spent las week with Mrs Emil Illhardt in Nicholas villeMiss Myrtle Olnuse of Waco spent last week with her sister Mrs Alex KingMrs M C Kellogg and children are visiting Mrs U C Morgan in LexingtonMrs G Prewitt spent last week with her sister Mrs W D Oldbam in Lexington Mrs Margaret Lane of Mt Sterling is visiting her son Mr L E Lane and family Miss Emma Powell of Nicholas yule is the charming guest of Mrs Heecham Lackey Miss Bertha Turpin and Mr Robert lerrill spent Sunday with Miss Min nie Clouse at Waco Miss Dora Nell has returned from a visit to Misses Emma and Lillian Powell in Nicholusville Mi ssrs A Band Charles OMham of Mt Sterling came over Sunday to view the wrecks of the Oldham tire Miss Sue Scrivner has gone to Win chester where she bas accepted a position with Scriyner Brothers as cashierRev J Addison Smith has gone to Lawrenceburg to conduct a series of meetings at Ihe Presbyterian Church at that place Mr and Mrs T J Smith entertained a few friends last Saturday evening in honor of their eighth wed ding anniversary Mrs Curran Hobdy of Louisville Mrs Fred Jenkins and little son of Cynthiana were guests last week of Mrs Arthur Todd Mr and Mrs Morris Bartlett of Lawrenceburg attended the meeting of the Eighth District Publishers League last Misses Fridayf3num had as their few dav5 y iiiiie barton and llall1e liii of Waco daughtervisiting Dr John A Snowden and familyat Paint Lick Miss Nannie Hunt Powell who graduates this year at Science Hill Shelbyville spent a few days last weekwith her parents here Miss Annie Jennings of Lexington and Miss Amos Willis of Kirksville have gone to Shelby N C on a viit AreryMeMurry cityhasin the loss of bis sister Mrs Carter Helen Jones whose death occurred in Louisville last week Tomorrow Mrs T J Smith will entertain tho five hundred and the Lancaster Avenue Euchre Club in honor of her sister Mrs Paul Collins of Bellingham Washington Miss Bessie Harris entertained the Epworth League of the Methodist Church in a delightful manner last Friday night Games and social chat were engaged in and an elegant lunch was served Mrs Charles Barclay of Illinois is here at the bedside of her father Mr William Dozier who is critically ill at his home near Red House Cwing to his advanced age much apprehension is felt by his family and friends Mrs Walter McKay of Macon Georgia is here visiting Miss Van Greenleaf As Miss Harriet Letcher Mrs McKay was one of Richmonds most popular girls and this is her first visit back since her marriage last fallMiss Florie Chenault of Richmond who has been visiting her sister Mrs Harrison Simrall left yesterdayon the C O for a visit to friends in New York Miss Elizabeth Taylor of visiting1rsLexington Leader Mr Sam Lackey sold to Mr Bright two four vearold mules for 360 Found Ou Main Street near Catholic church Cloth Watch Fob with gold automo IlL ornament Call at this oIDce and charges for this notice and receive same PeMfc J ile ot Kirbrtlle Projcty- On Saturday February 17 1606 at 2 oclock as agent for Miss Nettle L Pond I wIll sell a house and lot in Kirksville The same house and lot occupied by Dr Snowden as an office A Rood two room frame building and is in a good state of repair For further information address Dz JKO A ENOWDJK- CPhoHe 16 3t PIt Lick Ky e The Advantages Offered by Richmond For The State Normal School Madison County MADISON COUNTY is one of the historic counties of Kentucky Here on the beautiful banks of the Ken tucky River was located th3 old Boonesborosettlement made famous in story and song Here the first Legislative Assembly that ever convenea on this continent West of the Allegheny Mountains met WHILE Madison County is easily the largest and most populous of the Blue Grass counties exclusive of county seats it is located at the foothills of the Cumberland Mountains which are plainly in view from the College Campus Its people as a whole are progres sive highly educated churchgoing and lawabiding From its earliest history the county has been noted for the excellence and high standardof its schools for both sexes It has always taken a deep interest in the cause of general and higher education and the people have contributed generously to this end FOR twentyseven 27 years and until the consoli dation of Centre College and Central University in 1901 the latter institution was located here The Madison Female Institute which was founded in 1855 is situated at Richmond and is one of the best schools for girls in the South THERE are several large and prosperous townsin Madison County It has sixty miles of river front with three U S Government Locks and Dams thereon and it has over three hundred miles of free turnpikes Richmond RICHMOND the county seat of Madison countywas founded in 1792 and contains a population of over seven thousand Its altitude is over one thousandfeet above sea level and being in the Blue Grass and yet in sight of the distant mountains it is one of the healthiest points in America It has three National Banks and one State Bank and Trust Company all in prosperous condition It has three weekly and semiweekly newspapers It has nine white churches representing all the leading Christian denominations It has an excel lent system of graded public schools It has Walters College Institute which is well attended and prepares young men for admission into the best colleges in the land It has a handsome Federal Building erected at a cost of over 125000 wherein Federal Courts for the Eastern District of Kentucky are held IT boasts of one of thebest Water fJasandEiectrie Light systems in the State An artificial reservoir about two miles from Richmond Kentucky covering about forty acres and being twentyfive feet deep furnishes the City with an abundant supply of pure water IT has two commodious well equipped Hospitals for surgery and the treatment of the sick one being private and the other public and the gift of one of Madison Countys generous sons RICHMOND has a most excellent railroad service and is easily accessible to all points in Kentucky It is located on the K C Division of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad system running from Cincinnati with through trains to Florida and to all points South and is on the L A Railroad which with its connections runs from Louisville to Jackson Kentucky and it is the terminus of the Rowland Branch of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Twenty passenger trains arrive and depart from Richmond daily making direct connection with the C 0 the Louisville Southern the Cincinnati Southern and all other railroads which they cross It is located geographically near the center of the State and is almost equidistant from Cincinnati and Louisville being four hours ride from each THE foundations of our great Commonwealth were laid in Madison County and considering the histoiy behind Richmond its present position its geographi cal location railroad connections splendid drainage lifercfdSinhe advantages which her people now freely offer c ii jiiffjjiisaan ideal place for the location of one of lire Normal Schools for the better preparation of teachers for the instruction of the youth of Kentucky Grounds and Buildings Offered IN 1874 the Curators of Central University after canvassing the entire Commonwealth Kentucky accepted the proposition of the people of Richmond and Madison County as offering the best location in the state for a college of high order and acquired the present site located within the city limits of Rich mond upon which they proceeded to erect a magnifi cent educational platt DURING twentyseven years they made of it a beautiful campus laid out m walks and drives and now filled with shade trees and covered with a perfect blue grass sod containing about 28 acres and sur rounded by a hedge fence It is situated on the high est land and is in the best resdence section of the city THE people of MadisonCounty contributed as a donation to the University 110000 and considerably more than this amount was expended in the purchase of the land and the erection of buildings and improve ments thereon Main College Building THE main college building is constructed of brick and stone being eighty feet long and fifty feet wide four stories high and containing one of the largest chapels in the state with a seating capacity of eight hundred eleven lecture rooms twentyfive feet by forty feet and fourteen feet high one of which is ar ranged for a chemical and another for a physical lab oratory besides work and storage rooms aU supplied vitli gas and city water The original cost of this building was aboul60o6o and itis in good repair The Dormitory THE Dormitory known as Memorial Hallwas built in 1882 by contributions from the generous women of Kentucky at a cost of 30000 It isahiriek building three stories high containing thirl live fiftyieetIT is provided with gas and citywaterai l a steam heating plant It will comfortably accommodate one hundred persons h Gymnasium J THIS buingwas erected in 1893 is frame and cost over 5000 It is equipped with all teodrj t nQ apparatus including a running tra k all necessary lockers shower baths etc and is heated by furnace Athletic Field THE Athletic Field is perfect in its appointment arranged for base ball foot ball with Grand Stand and running track and upon its historic ground has beeng witnessed many a battle for athletic supremacy among Kentucky colleges Campus THE Campus is bounded on the East by Second Street on the West by Fourth Street or Lancaster Avenue and on the North by College Street and is in splendid condition The buildings are all in use and good repair and the grounds are among the most beautiful college grounds in America After the consolidation of Central University with Center College in 1901 this property was conveyed to the Trustees of Walters Collegiate Institute of Rich mond Ky in fee simple for the use of the people of Madison County for educational purposes and in con sid ration and satisfaction of their munificent dona tions to the location and endowment funds to the Uni versity which was then forever lost to them THE property above described is well worth the sum of 150000 and could not considering building walks drives shade trees etc be reproduced for that sum after years of labors and the Trustees of Walters Collegiate Institute offer it to the Commonwealth of Kentucky to be used as a Normal Scho1if the Gener al Assembly of Kentucky will locate such a school at Richmond THIS property is ready for immediate occupancy and if the State desires it we cheerfully invite it to take possession of it and use it as a Normal School forever without charge or price provided only that a firstclass school be maintained thereon IN conclusion we will say that if any other community in Kentucky will present all things consid ered a better or more generous offer for tne location and maintenance of a Normal School than the one above set forth Richmond will congratulate her sue cessful competitor as well as the taxpayers of the Commonwealth Prominent Masons In Washington Sir Knights R R Burnam and R C Stockton attended a meeting of Lafay ette Chapter No 5 Royal Arch Masons which was held in Washington City the 30th of January The affair was in the form of a reception in honor of the Grand Officers Our friend John Speea Smith who ranks high In Mason rv writes na that the function was out of the most pleasant ever pulled off in the Capitol City Hon R W Miller of this city was to have been tie speaker of the evening hut was unable to attend His place however was most ably filled by Mr Burnam Mr Smith says Jro say that lieacquitled himself most creditably puts if mildly tie made a most delightful and instrncjive addrens on Masonic lines and both pleased and chaimed a very large and intelligent aiHicnee of distinguished Masons B rt Stockton was present and added Ida smiles and graces to the occasion and was na you see on drees parade Tliewall an audience of nearly five hundred and all were ec p LaGrippe and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows LaUrippe FoltysHoneycougbs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Fleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of OsgoodStsevere case of la grippe three years ago and it left her with a terrible FoleysHoneyroBe A 50 cent bottle cured hrcp ngh entirely R fuse substitutes Sold by K C Stockton W D Oldhams Store DEiTFOYB BY FIRE ONE Ot RICHMOND rRIOti NOW IN ASHEi About ninethirty Saturday morning fire broke out in the basemeni f WD Ol thaws large dry goods storw and had trained considerable headway before being discovered Almost in an instant tile whole interior was in flames and so rapid was its progress that the employe had no time to secure even their wraps which were In the office dftparfnent The origin of the fire Is unknown but is supposed io have beets in the furnace room According to one report some of the clerks noticing the store belniflun usually hot suggested that the furnace be stint off Upon going down into the basement to do so it was to discover the whole jower fljor In flames at which 11Uletb8ilatU1 wee turned in The Ire rtM pndd Iro me V erlalned and pleased with Burnam iddress and I take great pride in thA nanner he held up the proud namE nd reputation of old Kentucky and Uchrmoiid a diately and the valient work they did has bedn much talked of aul praised However the fire was of a most stub born nature and for a while it looked very and alarm wat felt for the adjoining buildings th State Bank and Trust Company on the one BIUP and the Richmond NVIonal on the other After fighting aliently for an hour or two without gstiing any controlwhatever over the future a message was sent to Winchester for aid and as soon as possible the fire depart ment of that city responded Ininging sxtiIwas No v one wild cheer from the great throng assembled on the streets TIentboldly tor work and it was a grent re lief to all to see the angry flatntx beain to yield The fire burned until title in the aiteruo in although all danger wab considered over shortly after noon Mr Ofdhara had Just left that in ruing on the early train for the East lint was telegraphed tot aud he returned on the midnight train baviug gotten no fur ther than Cincinnati This store was one of the largest in the city and was pointed to with pride by our citizens At toe time ot the tire the stock was unusually heavy as a big part of the spring goods had been opened The loss is estimated at 65000 with 11000 insurance Nor was Mr Oldliait tile only sufferer rho third floor of jhe building was made up of office rooms The ones who suffered from tile fire were Dr T J Taylor l000WhhB itntfMe Recruiliax Office flJWf hrily liin6jI r J UtlOIIt coZ 1 X nsurance 5500 Judge H CL Rice 088 Ono insurance Mrs Ella Far ey loss 2000 Insurance 500 Metro olltan Life Insurance Company loss insurance Mr Will TevIs iloilad a room on the third floor barely escaped with bis life the flames laving almost broken through the jor before he was aware of his dan er The adjoining buildings were damaged with smoke and rater to a considerable extent This is the most disastrous s fire since Richmond has had the water system and the blessing of such a system was fully realized when the angry flames were kept confined to the one building Mr Oldham has the universal sympathy in his loss and his many friends were eager npon his return to extend to him the hand of true fellowship and sympathy It is gratifying to all to know that he will begin at once to clear away the debris and rebuild It is his intention to improve over his oilier store in certain ways and we trust it will not be long until he will be buck at his Old place It is probable that he will open up- temporarily In the store room formerly occupied by Frasi Brothers Circuit Court Orders Henry Ackers was appointed admits istrator of his brother Paul Ackerswho met death in a railroad accident last Wednesday on the L A Mr Ackers executed bond with E V Elder as surety Jas Cosby Beedie Ballard and W A Todd were appointed appraisers E L Robinson was appointed gnar dian to Nannie and Mary Robinson minors Mrs Maggie Robinson was appointed guardian to Bass Veda and Omer Robinson minors Mrs Robinson executed bond with W F Kidd and E L Rob inson as surety The will of David P McCord was probated Monday His property con slating of about 150 acres of lube grassland was left to his wife By will J Tevis Cobb is appointed executor of the estate The will of John Robinson was probated Mrs Nannie Lewis his daughter qualifiedas executrix of the estate The will of W A Logan in which all of his personal and real estate is left to his wile was probated In the County Court Monday Mrs Logan qualified as executrix of the estate Surety was not required W B Craven L H Hedrick and R E Turley were ap pointed appraisers George Noland assessor of Madison county appeared in court Monday and flIed his report for 1005 which is given below- AMesslng 1000000 worth of taxable property at Ic ou the 100 400 00 Assfssing 3672040 at 17c on the 100 1081 OS Taking 274 marriages at2c each 5 48 Taking 172 births at 2c each 3 52 Taking 125 deaths at 2c each 2 Total 1495 58 The above report was examined and approved by the Cour- t2IOBERL IT Rev McCallnm has been called to preach at Flat Woods this year Mr Theodore Wilson has gone to Estillon business Mr Golf B road d us leaves Sunday for California The young people of this place regret very much to see him leave but wish him success Injhia new home Mr Joel Oldham has returned to his home at Mt Sterling alter an extended visit to the home of his aunt Mrs Andrew Broaddus Mr Vernon Jackson is visiting rela tives near White Hall Mr John and Bob Hamilton of Ar gentenu III made a flying trip to this place the first of the week Mr Charley Erabry who has been sick for some times is very much improved The citizens of this place are gaul to welcome the Bean Bros in their midst Mrs II lJ B Forbes will leave next Thursday for Tennessee where SIte will join her husband Miss Susie Tate has been very sick with the grippe tapt Birnett Resigns Capt I W Barnett Roidmaster of the L A Railroad has resign d and will probably retire to his blue grass farri near the good town of Richmond In these years of rapid changes four teen years seems a long time to serve in one place Cape Barnett was the first roadiuaster of the old R N I B It was not much of a road then for if we remember rightly the track topedabouLa mile and half this side of Richmond where an old rail I fence crossed the rightofway That ws fourteen years ago But he has just sawed on winter and summer alike through all these years andalong with Capt Pates Bob and Joe Harris Smith and a few more of the futhful he has helped to make a pretty good railroad There is not a man on all the line from BeSttyville to Versailles who will not miss the genial counte CaptlkeIs Disease a Crime Notvery long ago a popular magazine- published an editorial article In which the writer assorted in substance that all criminalCertainand suffering of mankind Is duo to the lawsButregarded as criminal must appeal to radicallywrong unsympatheticcruelweak overworked housewife who sinks under the heavy load of household cares and burdens and suffers from weak pelvicorgansto her sex- Freouent bearing of children with Its ex coupledwithlarge family is often the cause ot weak nesses derangements and debility which are caresandDrPierceedy for womans peculiar weaknesses sad Prescrlptlonsarsthat thepoorneeded rest from her many household cares theUIOunInfallsbScuredWithorotherdlspiscementtt is very nOClSsao tbat1n addition to tak abstaintromotanylightsxerchctbeFarcTrItolsscntfreaenPIerceBuffalo percovered or 31 stamps for clothbound If sick consult the Doctor free of charge rbidbr P 1081 nt NJeMttwlMnlll We take pleasure in announcing to ou r trade our advance styles in all the latest creations in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etcfor Waists and Dresses Also all staple goods such as Ginghams etc Postal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attention Yours respectfully OWEN McKEE i RICHMOND KY p1trr t I Groceries C V Queensware Glassware Salt i Lime Cement A Oats Seeds t Covington Arnold Bro Streetc a J- RICHMOND JJ lt Jt TELEPHONE 188 RICHMOND KENTUCY Cut Flowers Plants Decorations Special attention given to Funeral Designs v 412 Wilk HighClass Wall Papers for 1906 FORE WORD THE POPULAR DEMAND for individuality in home decorations has prompted IMS to illustrate the most modern and uptodate style in period decorating for the guidance of our patrons I who would otherwise be unable to keep in touch with the new treatments now vogue in New York and Chicago There is scarcely a home nowadays where some of the ideas illustrated cannot be used to advantage in at least one or two rooms in connection with the more conventional styles in regular matched combinations of side wall ceiling and border thereby insuring variety oT decorations which will not become monoton ousMy new samples contain such a large varetyof matched combinations and patterns suitable for special purposes that the customer will never be at a loss for combinations suitable for any purpose Border and paper always same price W P Baxter IT is an old saying that marriages are made in heaven According to the divorce records and the large number of old malls and old bache lors on the market very few of us have any friends up there We would suggest that you depend not so much on your friends up there but a little more on your own resources down here 4uctiouB Thursday Feb 1 t 06 commence an Auction of his entire stock of goods Dry Goods China Cut Glas- sBricaBrac All goods offered will positive ly be sold to the highest bidder This will be a rare chance for the people of Richmondand Madison county to buy the best of merchandise at their own price Nothing reserved Any goods in the store will be offeredwhen asked to be corIdialIyreserve seats B W Turner NOTK CAREFULLY r All persons owl jig me KB account or note mwst settle by F6bra ry IL as I leave fur KiiwrXark ox that date sad pIt tIOllD st pM brthc will ks- b I 1ts rJ t fireenhouses Baxter4- tattle Wanted We on hand about 1 200 shocks of fodd Id want 50 or 100 cattle to feed1tts Duerson 17ja Whites Station Ky Notice to Contractors Nolice is hereby given that the undersigned will up to 9a mon the 6th day of March 1906 receive bids for the put ting of rock on all county turn pikes The right is reserved to reject any and all bids Each bid must be sealed and sent to the undersignedat Richmond Ky 2t G W Samuels State Bank Trust CoCapital and- Surplus S 16500000 Does a general Banting and Trust Co bnti nap Loans money wi person al and mortgage security Buy Real Estate paptr live us iau- rft1a R ETarleyCkhler C JIIr i 1 7rTEiTtiifSome people have a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing them money We are making fall buying popular Let A us tell you how Good picking in ev rydepartment I C F HigginsITeIechone 232 I be Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 7 1900 Farms and Oltv prprtv for sale IX WTKIBHLK Ral Kstate Agt If you have any corirto sell either telephone or call and see Hiring 3 jan242t I Commercial Club meeting J tomniorrow night at Court House A new vestibule front is being put in Douglas Cnltons meat shop This is quite an improvement aid will add very much to the appearance of the store Prof Lippard wants diligent students to prepare for good positions He has calls for more graduates than he can supply and can plnce many more if they vill qualify thoroughly Fatal Accident on L lit A Railroad One of the moat horrible wrecks in 1the Mstory of the road occurred on the I iisville Atlantic last Wednesday evening about seven oclock when Freight engine No 11 Wlt ditched fromjand Fireman John Rupard and Brake man Cates were very seriously in jiirrd As the train was on a down grade it struck a cow on the track which threw off one of the wheels of the en gine The engineer immediately put brakes but nothing coud prevent 1the horrible catastrophe which followed engine drove on and plunged into 1a trestle and dropped into a ravine beiW Engineer Ackers was scalded to 1dtllhliill perhaps an hour in terrible j agnuy The two injured men were J brought to the P A C Infirmary 1wJire everything possible is being done to relieve their sufferiuJ and save 1their lives Of the two Caleb is more 1seriously injured and his life is almost despaired of Engineer Ackers was a native of Germany and had just lately returned rom a visit to his hume laud lie mad just been promoted to the posi tion ol engineer and the fatal run was otily his third He was unmarried His remains were taken to Undertaker 0 atiams and piepared for burialafter Which they were removed to Mrs Warfirds with whom he boarded j His interment took place Friday after j ntOIl FarmIwho has been t day peratr and tiukft agent at the Smihrrn and CNO T P duppt for 1Fnw time has resignedand will j m ve to his farm in Madison county Mr Farrisleavingwill be a source ofI mub regret to the traveling public ns i b was ilUmn ely popular with all Mr Farris home is in Madison county I Danville Advocate Notice to CreditorsI tart ies having claims against the estate of oi lUcketl deceaed are requested top ot the snne properly erifietl to the Sta e tank Trust Co atUicbmooil KODor tre March 6 tOO6nraunew tlboobarrdI All ptrtlesi debted to said Huckett lit c11I ai Dtttie Oil or berore that dale and save com I N Scudder Sta eBaukTrusLCo- Till Feb 5 1908 4t To Make the Ho- meWarm andI I HappyI the new year prosper i ous and bright I Buy Coal from J Si H1LZON BRa Telephone HO Parents cant do better than to give thorouJthbUkineslargest success Enfer the H cliliiond Business Colleen February 1- 2WELCOME 1 A fine on has arrived to brighten JollcemauWllllalD Little Love Stories Miss Amanda Todd daughter of the AshleyGuytncky River Piplar Comoany at Fiank tort were married in Lexington last week The couple had a hard time to get the marriage license owing to the tender age of the young woman Al though the had a note signed by her mother Mrs Mary Todd it was he libved the note was a forgery and it was necefary to get telephone com inuiucitiiii with Mrs Todn before the license was issuedx The bride has many relatives here and in the county DEATHS Miss Emma Jane JfcOord died at her home in Clark c unty on January 22 1906 aged 20 vears Deceased was a ulster of Mrs Stth M Todd of this county and was a member ol the Christian Church She leaves a toothier one brother sin seven sisters to mourn her loss She was a kind and loving daughter and sister and when her Master called her to go she said she was ready and willing to go and asked the family to meet her in Heaven May God comfort the heartbroken in their sad hours of bereavement Much sympathy is felt for Mrs Hugh Paik and children over the death of their husband and father which oc curred Janmry 15th Alter battling bravely for quite a while with con sumption he was compelled at last to yield to mans last enemy Death He was a devoted husband and father and a noble Chiistiau man He married Miss Seda Babee twentyone years ago acd besides her he leaves four children Te funeral was conducted by Rev G W Shepherd at their home near Red House tALL MEETING 01 THE air UJUNUL Mayor Woods ordered all Meeting of the City Council on Monday night at which time the Mowing important business was transacted It was decided that the fire depart ment should tie Hilly i quipped up to the efficiency of Winchester and othei neighboring cities The recent Oldlmni fire p ainly showed th lack of nozzle IIOB and io on Lndders axes rubber suits for the men 1000 feet of double strength hose with couplings at 80 cents laid down in Richmcwill be ordered at once Heretofore hose of single strength has cost the city more than ilia sum resulting in bursting and rotlting and rendering dangerous any presr sure put upon It The City hashad 5thanat Saturday It was also decided to install an electric bell striker at tiltI the fire house and thus save the services of one man at critics moment when the horses are being hitched and every moment is precious At the City Hall a club room is being lilted for 5thethem there and thereby assure from two to six men at at all hours of the night for instant service in case of fire In view of the fact that the Winches ter Fire Department of thirty men re fused to file a hill for tlieirservites here the Oldham fire last Saturday and the loss of a lull days time from their business at home the Council urderede that they each be paid 500 for their i work The Louisville and Nashville Railroad refused to charge this city a cent for hauling the men and hose to Richmond although it required the at tachlng of a freight cur to the passenger train and the latter had to be backed up five miles to Winchester to tret the department to this city Dr Smoot City Physician resigned and until his jtJace can be filled Dr Dunn will act Physicians whodesire the place made vacant by Dr SmootV resignation should hand in their sealed bids to the Mayor naming terms upon which they will accept the position This closed the business of the called meeting and the Council adjourned t RoiBaKin f Powder Absolutely PureMade from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar In baking powder Royal is the standard the powder of highest reputaticn found by the United States Government tests of greatest strength and purity It renders the food more healthful and palat able and is most economical in practical use Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to d buyalum powders because they are cheap u 1 Yet some of the cheape made powders are sold to consumers at the highest price Housekeepers should stop and think Is it not better to buy the Royal and take no chancesIthe powder whose gopdness and hOhesty questioned Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an alumphosphate or other adultered powder to savea few pennies i R9VAI IAXING POWMri CO NKW YtW jC v i f j w REAT AWi LI Suits and Overcoats COVINGTON scAiaL atau No dangerous druxs or alcoholic con coctions are taken into the stomach when Hvoniei is used Breathed through tile inhaler the balsamic heal ug of Hyomei penetrates to the most cells of the nose and throat 111 thus kjlls the catarrlial germs neals the irritated mucous membrane titl gives complete and permanent cureHyomei is the simplest most pleasant awl the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit 00 extra bottle 0 cents For sale by B L Middelton LOST Black Silk Shawl in Rich mond on lust Wednesday Reward for return to this office feb72t Card from W D Oldham fropiletor of Busy Bet Cask Stcri To TIlE PtIBLIOI waut to tI mink everybody who had any part in fight ug the fire at my store last Saturday tbe members of the fire department merchants and citizens white and black I was not here to witness the great destruction wrought by the flames but Ijmderstand from the spectators that there was never a fiercer or more dangerous cbnfljgratlon in our midst Thanks to God it did not spread to others rendering them Louse less as I am In such an hour as this I am unable to voice my feelings of latitude for the loyalty of friends for the heroic work of all even my business competitors I understand having fought the fire side by side with the firemen I will open by March at the Mc Creary storeroom next to the Hender son House with an eiitirel new stock of goods In the meantime I shall- proceedto rebuild even a better store on thesito now covered with the ruins of twenty years of toil and icdustiy Kenpt W D OLDHAM CO OBITUARY TU hard to lirenk the tender cord Where love hug bound the heart TIs hard hard to speak the words Must we forever part Oa January 31 1900 at 2 oclock there passed into the great beyond Barbia Gilbert wife of H P Gilbert Her prayer was answered as we often heard her pray during her long suffering Take me Jesus take me now So peacefully with a heavenly smile she waved that feeble hand farewell husband farewell children and sank into tiat sleep that knows no awakening I know full well those den old bands will plums of Tl lory bear Where chrystal streams through endless years Flow oer golden sands And where the old grow yoang again Ill clasp thatdear ones hand Nothing was left Undone that could have been done by earthly hands to relieve her Buffering by the best dQc tore husband five dntiful daughters and two brave sons besides hosts of at tentive nnd 8ympathIzingrierJda but n thini could reach tim vital spot The Great Ibysjcian has tnken her on high where there Is no suffering whreshe donned the garment of white robed angela and welcomed in that heavenly boron by the Savior him self and those gone before She was peacefully lull to rest in the beautiful city of the dead at Richmond with a grave covered with flowers May we all be impressed with her life aud death and live PO we may die as tn uinpliantly M she la the prayer of ft syiupatLmIzni fnleu4 0 Go through our big stock of fine handtailored Suits Overcoats and Raincoats none of which sold for less than 20 and most oi them at 2250 and 25 take your choice without limit at 15 You can affordan extra suit or coat at this price cant you Fine allwool fabrics tailored in the I latest styleexcellent values at 18 Slaughtered to 1250 Thinkof the saving B CASH ONL We candidly believe that no store in the State has ever equaled these values Circumstances compelus to make this sacrifice and good judgment prompts you to take ad vantage of it 17 and 15 Suits and Overcoats for only 975 No creditSerious loss to us but its better than to carry them to next season Choice of all our 1250 values for 875 Cash to one andall We start each season with a new stock therefore we are forced to sell our 10 Suits and Overcoats for 725 But we dont charge them Even our low priced suits are noted for correctness of Fftand good wearing Quality All 8 and 9 Suits and Overcoats go for 575 Cash A Pleasant Gathering of Newspaptr Men Richmond was honored last Friday hv the presence 01 oiite a number of Kentuckys Kst knutvniie paier men The occahion was lie fi unli qinrterly IUhllhler oIClaunThe niCKting here last Friday wits a pleasant one from start to milslii Although belated several hours the die tinguished guests were not lacking in enthusiasm over the meeting together of eo many of the boys Aifcr being driven to the Qlyndou antI partaking of lunch the party was driven over town and to the College Campus that they might view the buildings and grounds ot Richmonds proposed donation to wards the establishment of tLe State Normal School here At the conclusion of the drive the members of time League together with several representatives from some of the countrys largest printers supply houses adjourned for a business see sion in the Elks rooms The meeting was of special itiest from f bnniiiehs standpoint and much goodwill result from it At uineoVIouk the Luague and a number of invited guests including some of the fair sex assembled at the Masonic Temple to enjoy a banquet given in honor of the visitors The menu which consisted of five delicious courses was served by Mrs M M Miller and prepared as can only an ex pert Kentucky cook prepare such a spread The following ilieprogram of toasts as delivered at the conclusion of the banquet In the absence of Hon R W Miller who was tn have been toast muster the place was most ad mirabii lilted by Mavor O E Woods who introduced each speaker in a num ner highly complimentary to all con by Local Puss T H Pickets TosatThe Editorial We IIou Lew II Brown of tlarrodsbur- gTOastTho Pulpit and the Press Rev Hugh ilcLellan Toast Lawjtrs May Plead for Either Side the Editors for but One lion J A Sullivan Toast Tell the Truth Day and Win Fame as Rave lIon John O Wakeflld of Louisville Greetings from the MissingA D Miller ToaStThe Iron Is Hoi Strike Hon B J McBrlde Editor Louisville Times Quite a number were on the progiam but were absent among whom was Editor Louis Landrum of Lancaster who has been styled The Spoiled Oar jng of the Kentucky Pres On account of illness in his family ho had to return home before the banquet much to the regret of all present Other ansetit ones who were expected to add to the enjoyment were Mr W C Barrickman of Taylorsville and Mr JJ L Banks President ot our Con mercial Club At one oclock the banquet hall wasdesertedandthe happy crowd hound by the ties of fraternal friendship dispersed to meet in Dan yule the first Saturday in May Lost flaring the fire last Saturday aJarge portrait taken from upstairs of Uilling hum rmildiiig Return to title office antI receive reward 7feb2t Cousin Fleas 0 K A special telegram sent from this city hat week to a daily paper plated that our Sheriff Cousin PleasBroad dus while attempting to arrest a dea permits character i ceived a broken node ant Jet the object of hie pursuit escape Tbu facts ale Cousin Pleas was out In search of Adam Hugnely colored who ill wanted on a charge oi malicious shooting but who had vacated his accustomed haunts before the Sheriff reached his old rendezvonmI In going1 through some country Cousin Pleas nose came in mlioIttmictsligUiy disfigured on1 popular Hhpriir bat lid not brake the member no niceslitate 2is b eoco truss ItIHINt The mildweatheras every one knows has been dead against the sale of win ter merchandise consequently we find ourselves greatly overstocked on heavy Suits Overcoats Underwear Gloves Footwear etc To carry this stock till next winter is out of the questionwe cant afford it we MUST have the room and the cashno matter what the sacrifice therefore we have decided to begin on January 20th the greatest Slaughter Sale of high class seasonable merchandise ever held in Kentucky No man or boy can afford to miss this great sale theres something here he needs or will need before the winter is gone and these Slaughtr Prices make it great econo my to anticipate his wants for a whole year tocome Be on time sale ends February 10th Bring the cashpositively nothing charged Council Proceedingsi The Pity Council met in regular mom lily tosiou last Tlumday nighth mid proceeded to blllli tieth In t I 0 rtgu iar outer namely reading of minutes reports ami so CmiT upIwas tar e s a Deputy Jerk paid out of the Cityt Treiibury The Mayor asked the City Attorneys opinion Mr Collins replied that in his judgment the Policef Judge had no right to do tins where S upon Mr Woods notified Judge itecua leaf that he would not O K any voucher for salary for hiscletk Judgee Uieenleaf rote and notified the Mayor that he would fillt such ivrulinguud lake an appeal on same The Mayor also staled that the sal art eh paid to the Health Board werel illegal and would be stopped A petil tiou from the business omen on Street was Pit sented auk t tin for relief from the oveillnw of water from the cellar of the Register uillce M r W It Letcher Jr presented petition asking that High Street he extended front its present limits through to Maui street This petition meT VitJs uiucn favor and was referred to the committee for mifurtherSmith appeared before the Council and asked that Owen Walker colored heJ rebated W representing two years license for running pool tables The argument was made in view of the tact that time other pool tables in town pay no license and there is no law to comal pel such since chips and not money are used It was ordered on the pro per proof of payment that walker be rebated this tax An agent represemitt ingan oil sprinkler house fore the committee desiring to sell such a machine to the city offering to a pay freight on same to this city and al so to take majhine back in case it failed to work as advertised The matter was referred to the Street Committee who were advised to purchase sprinklerp it found practical and price Mr JanieTs H Allmati was al lowed a olainLof 29 for acting as City Clerk during the absence Clerk White Time Council decided to put both gas and electric light in the new Hall Mayor Woods and Councilmaniaupln were apponted committee to chase a new patrol wagon Mr VeatchI in behalf of the Telephone Company appeared to answer certain questions concerning telephone rates service etc complaints of which II d been made to the JHayor No accusers however were present so Mr Veatch was re Moved from taking the stand Mr C C Wallace representing the Odd Fellows Lodge expressed their willingness to do what was necessary in the opinion ol the Council to make the Grand Opera House bafe n case ot fret Tula matter was likewise referred to the proper committee Mr Lee Burton was made night watchman at the Fire Department at a salary of J2C per month One of the important matters before the Council was tile dismissal of Mr W A Garland the export accountant whohas been hero lor several weeks making a tlfiiroiigh investigation of tjie Citys tegoriis and their fillanelal- conditiou His dismissal was unexpected and hud caused considerable cumment He was asked how much the c luwed him and be replied that up to date the city owed him 550 50 Iu VieW ul the fact that it would take about three Inura weeks to doish up be was notified to drop hIs work as It was coiiBiilHi d too expensive This mo ion was uiadQ by Councilman Coving ton hecona by Mr Manpln Aft it stands oulv a partial instead of a corn piers report can be wade and it is regretted tjwt he was unable to finish up thlB work hlch undoubtedly was a needed one Jlr Apse Harris pub iItyagree t to observe the Sunday loretateqthfttu c u f mjring liquor on Sunday and fined t hotii coses This was enough to take sway tile license but upon hits No earnest appeal and promise not to re eat the offense again he was pardoned The Mayor then read the fol lowing caper to the audience Tile AYOn ASH COUNCIL JAN SO 00 We the undersigned citizens or IJiclnitond for several years past en gagvd in time saloon business IIPN de Ire li file this Hateinent and appeal to ii he Mayor and City Council of lieup mont First we have been guilty and con It ess tne same of having violated the uimday closing Statutes of Kentucky nd Oidiminces of tbe citywSecond we have no plea to offer inmv xtel nation of our offenses and lucreu ly throw ourselves upon the mercy ofo the Mu y r and Council to grant us one more extension of time wherein we tolemnly pledge ourselves individual y and as a firm Jo do the several lidg lowing timitigegThat we will absolutely comply with all laws governing the liquor truffle in this city That we will not by any practice or deception evadeourdut so as to bring the slightest shadow of doubt upon tImew siuceruv ot our present pledges srSre will on the contrary exert such elfurt 10 merit a continuance ol the iiuuilgences we now ask as to deter l lucre trom breaking the law if in our power ioto do 60 We recognize and acknowledge the existence of a public sentiment here emd plmtically opposed to tho further violan tinn of the laws controlling the sale ofr liquor and we bind ourselves to respect that sentiment the disregard of which will sooner or later lead to public an tagonNin of all forms of the liquor here In furt er testimony of our sincerity 1 of repentance for past violations awl as guarantee of good faith we promise never to ask further indulgence if we Hgain all guilty of offenses against the law but shall agree to make noremon against the reinstatement of the ieseilt changes of which we confess guilt as Hiitlicieut cause for the instant revocation of our license Signed A R HABIUS J J ToWEBS Witness C E WOODS Mayor Mr llanis attested hiseinalure and ime snbjQt was dropped Mr Coving ton afctied that his vote be recorded against extending fills clemency Argument IN TIlE BrREA LOaEGE USE HEARD HERh FRIDAY The full bench of the Kentucky Court of Appeals sat last Saturday lor the fiearingof argument of counsel in the noted case of the Bert a College against the comiiionwpulUi coeducation of the races on appeal from judgment ot the Madison CireuitCourt The Hon John G Carlisle of New York Senator Cur tie F Bttrnam of this county and Guv W Mallon Cincinnati appearing for appellunt college and Attorney General Hayes nude argument for tbe com monwealth The speeches of toe attorneys were forceful andwnre heard by many law yprs from over tne State members of the General Assembly and the citizens of Frankfort whii crowded the court room The case was submitted follow lint the close of the argument and de cision othr court will shortly be announced Whatever it may be the case will be appealed to the Supreme Court of the United Sutes The Wheat trip the wheat crvp Is looking splendid Tha plant is been growing all winter mind is finely routed It was beglning to suffer trunk the dry weatker but the snow which felt Sunday night will remove alt trouble froM that source If nothing happen to It from BOW oa the tirost will bs a boulatifimi Op =u Boys Suits iiWeve slaughtered prices withonly one end in view to rush the suits out and lung the cash in 350 4 00Kne Pants Suits latest styles It S450 i I 300 Suits for 195 250 Suits for 165 Knee Pants 50c for 39c 75c for 55c 100 for 79c I Boys Shoes 41t Overstockof Boys Shoes and they must be sold in spite of the ad boys1heavyBoys Sweaters tt StL3S 50c for 39c 1 for 79c 150 for J1 Underwearallfor Hanan Shoes t 1 All doublesole winter styles slaughtered5 for 3 95550 for 4 25 tt ji fDShoesNeckwear tiiChoice of all our finest 50 and 75c Ties for 25 cts 1l Slaughter prices on Shirts Hats Caps Suspenders Gloves Mackin toshes Duck Coatsbiggest saving on record for cash buyers Ilf MAINSPRING OF LIFE One Un be Mrone With a Weak Stomach- B L Middelton Tells HoW It Nay be Strength rued The stomach is the mainspring ol life When it is strong and acts per fectly then the whole system is right assimilation is pe feet and body and brain ate thoroughly nourished One may perhaps get temporary reef from stomach troubles by using or ome other digestant but this treatment has no curative effect does not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use Miona iimch restores lost functions ot the imole digestive system revives flagging and aids in the assimilation f food Mionn is pleasant remedy to us and benefit is seen from almost the first days treatment It teelorea the torpid lands and stimulates the natural di estive secretions It checks fermentation stops germ growth soothes Inflammation and cures all troubles such as headaches backaches rheu pains furred tongue sleepless ness nervousness and general debility hiehi are cniMeU fcjj E Msci diges lion 1 4 It is the only rrsuccessfuTfn tt- ach diseases that B CSV Twilling to give a guarantee with every cent box ofMiona tablets that the remedy will cst nothing unless it ures He has so much faith in Mio o that be is willing to take all the isk BANKS P- IttctwtJLittle Love Stories IThe Manse at Kirksville was time scene of a pretty wedding last Wednes day where Mr R I Gillen and Miss Myrtle Hays both of Paint Lick were married the ceremony being performed by Rev 0 B Ratcbford Licence were issued Monday to Mr F M Jones and Miss Eva R BakfrI both of Dreyfus this county Their wedding will occur next week at the brides home Mr Joseph Alcorn and Mrs Mary O Todd of Dreyfus were united in marriage last Saturday at the brides home Farms and City property lor sale D W TKTBBLE Real Estate Agt The announcement of the Twenty eighth Annual State Convention of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian As sociations to he held in the city of Lexington February 22 2i5 19CC has been issued by the State Executive Committee Revived Old ichool urofessor J B Harris of this city has JA cd the old Ayers Academy at = V liHl and has opened up a Jrat ttIiH pMaoe lie J vr jfupils to start with ranging in ag f from to trnrtyfive tJars of ourlcountyscongratulated upon this effort We trust his school will prosper and the at tendance greatly increased + 3E++ 3iE 3E D7FFootwear That Doris Shoes Excel durability Notwithstanding the great advance in largeIyou ladies shoes for 200 also the same 1 style in a cheaper 150 i Come be convinced t attsisthe place to buy your footwear ffi Rice Arnold The One Price House f ++ ++ ++ u 0 p TJ iucccsful Operation Mrs J S C Bronaugh who went to Richmond last week to undergo an operation stood the shock splendidly I and is doing nicelv The tumor on the temple was successfully removed and was quite a delicate operation She was on the operating table a little over an hour and oue or two other simple operations were performed at the same time Her many friends hope to have her at home soon and fully re stored to heanhJe8lamlneJQurnal young person who could should enter the Business College Day and night sessions Symsonla Ky March 80 1908 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Lear Sirl would liketo become your agent for the sale id your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life ot one man whom i two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as pos sible ED DKAFPBX Symsonia Ky A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas der Halls Great Discovery cures allitkidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheuma tism and al irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and wnrm jitJrfmlate8 bladder troubles in children If nots 4dJbvXJiur druggist rlcelpuIfOnament and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by alt druggists 3m aytf j I Dainty Four reasons one may see In fit style workmanship and last In tt 1 p shoe for and Every i LACKEY I HAMILTON Wish Youm L1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR EiI B leI Ie1eI IeItI exeI IeH eIE Louisville Italic Ratal DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMONDI Xor n illesljiwreneeburK Rhlll 1100 am 3PmnrlFor trlne Mnd Battyvtlle 630 am For Irrln and BMttyvlllc 1126 a m TRAINS ARRIVB RIOHMOND From Ix nl vlll Lexington and Ili5am fnehin H mI frMrro- Fon Umttvrlll anti Irvine 30 p m From BoaUyvtllc and Irvine TrlOpm- H R SMITROFPAVeiaiItea Kv R Worlnm OIJleeOlyndon tHotel IMitAwf if L1N1 Tim T a1 Ar Not CiiiCinnati and Knox Lv 116 p vile KxeM south bound 1256 pm Not Knoxv ie Cinnatl 1111 JIm Express north bound 20 pm No4 Knozrtlle Cinnati 405 am 1zpTeasnorth bound 410 am No KaoxTtlle k Cinnati ll4 p m Kxpree MMJth bound 11O pm No 10 Stanford and Mays 610 am vflle Accm north bound ClOam No Stanford and May 1211 p m vile Acem south bound 720 pm No Richmond to MI Yeraon Accm south bound 91S a m No fynthlana and 941 a m Stanford expo outh 1250 pm S50im No 30 north bound 3 O p i- nToHuntersn If you would know of a county which aboanls in tin ky ducks qunil Fqnir relB mid other sniHll game with many a jrvut chancH tit dir get a copy of the ne booklet Feathers and FIIP on th Frisii It tells about liniiiii Had fihinp in the Ozarks and in the St Frauds V1lflY Stout free on re quest by A HILTOS General PHs en JPr Agent Frisco System St Louis f KILLTHIECOUCHAND WITH DrKings V8W Discovery PrieDFOR 100 and Quickest Cure for all ISurest and LUNG TROUB MONEY BACK J4h hv R O Stockton Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this line We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky Stove wood and kit dling for sale cheap at H ume Cooperage C- onnvl2r Did You Ruiny- ou Christmas cake or turLey because of that old worn out STOVEif so come to us for a new one We carry the best thats made In our store can be found everything carried in a firstclass Hardvvarestore Our line of fine Cutlery is complete The farming season is not far off sindo r store is headquarters for im plements of all kinds Our motto is to please ourcustomers Come in and see us ci E1DOLIgIUS Co Main Street Richmond Ky v po J Let Us Shqlou 11 t Tliatf isa modest request I IWe dont ask you to buy merely ask you to let us show you our new Wall Papers Even if you you have no intention of buying we want to show you Even if you have decided to buy elsewhere we want to show you We believe that we offer better valuesvalues which you will admit are better than you can get any where else We desire to have you look the Papers and see for yourself if our viction is not well formed We atIV that it is Let us show you Perry and Th masITelephone 75 I We are Bound to keep Your Trade The advance business for fall has begun The opportunity for special bargains and r nice selections from new stock is now yours i Furniture r Carpets and Mattings Jand if the goodssuit we make the price I Ws OLDHAM RICHMOND KY I a j4 WON A BIG VICTORY National Banks Exempt From Taxation on Government Bonds Frankfort Ky Feb 1rho Kentucky National banks won a big vie tory In the court of appeals and It will likely result In a law being passed by the legislature that will provide a untO form way to tax the shares of both state and national banks The case decided was the Marion National bank vs Barton sheriff and the question was whether In fixing the value of the shares of stock In the bank for taxa tion the bank has the right to have deducted the amount of Its government bonds from the amount of Its shares of stock The state banks are assessed for franchise taxation but the state supreme court has decided that national banks can only be assessed on the value of their shares of stock The national banks claimed that In arriving at the franchise value of the state tanks the board allowed the state banks to deduct securities which was discrimination and refused to pay taxes on their shares of stock unless their government bonds wero also de ducted COWAN CREEK FARMER The Hand of Fate Seems ToHover Over His Home Sergent Ky Feb IIt looks as though tho hand of fate was hanging over the family of Henry C Adams aICowan Creek farmer A month his home was burned during the Ill ness of his wife So great was her worry that it caused her death Tuesday night Mr Adams foury earold 1 daughter was burned to death by her clothing catching on fire from an open grate Since the death of his wife Adams has lost three fine horses and several head of cattle COW WRECKS A TRAIN Engineer Killed and Fireman and Head Brakeman Fatally Hurt Richmond Ky Fob 1 Westbound Louisville Atlantic freight train No 22 which left Richmond was wrecked at Fosters Station five miles west of here Engineer Paul Ackers was In stantly killed Fireman John Ruhard end bead Brakeman Seth Cates were both fatally Injured The wreck was caused by striking a cow Killed By His SonInLaw London Ky Fob1tias Adkins was shot and instantly killed at Corbin by his soninlaw whose name can not be learned Adkins it Is reported was drunk and chased his soninlaw with a knife when the young man seized a shotgun and fired Wants the Home Inspected Frankfort Ky Feb lCOl Ben nett H Young President of the Ken tucky Confederate home has sent a telegram to Lieut Gov W P Thome requesting him to appoint a committee at once to investigate the manage ment of the home Chief of Police Deputy Dead Newport Ky Feb 1Chief of Police Harry H Deputy tied at his home 123 East Fifth street He waS uncon scious for 18 hours before the end and death was so peaceful that those around his bedside scarcely knew that he was no more For a Murder Ten Years Ago rankfort Ky Feb 1lv Beck jfirbuWedner 4VUl1Itgng made a 10- LosianaA t WidJiott1m Normal Sr nway co tne charge of a douffiCers forJtfmltted ten years ago Shot His Wife and Himself Sparta Ky Feb 1 William Tay Ior aged 22 shot and Instantly killed his wife and probably fatally wound ed himself at the home of his father inlaw Morton Baker Taylor has been married since November 3 Wealthy Farmer Expires Central City Ky Feb 1 Andrew Coffmann a wellknown wealthy retired farmer of McLean county died suddenly at bis home In this city ot cardiac asthma find heart trouble at the advanced age of 75 years His Second Trial Wllllamsburg Ky Feb 1The see ond trial of Floyd Helton charged with the murder of William and Flem Bray In Jelllco In August 1904 be gan Wednesday He was sentenced to hang in his first trialILamp Explodes Whltesburg Ky Feb i Donle the 15yearold daughter of Mr H C Adonis living two miles south of here was seriously if not fatally burned by the explosion of a lamp which she was holding at the time Seeks T6 Recover Taxes London Ky Feb 1State Revenue Agent J F Hawn filed five suits hero seeking to recover tax for the state on 165000 worth 6t property since 1902 Suits against other corporations will be filed Nabs King of Moonshiners Campbellsville Ky Feb lDeputy United States Marshal Reynolds and his party captured Kirk Bell who was called the king of the moonshin ers his brother Henry and William AkerageMayor Bishop Stricken Lancaster Ky Feb 1Ed Bishop a prominent dry goods man lies criti cally having been paralyzed lie was sworn in asmayor thofirst of the month Ice forming on telegraph wires sometimes Increases their weight no less than 900 per cent GospelThe of Sharon Baptist ChurcI nclair Ga sajs of Electric Bitters Its a God send to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical collapse I was so weak It took me half an hour to ivalk a mile Two bottles of Biectric Bitters have made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 60 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a remedyforand Kidney compWlntjj Sold Uttter Dgtre ui ifu During the early part of the New Year we hope to have completed to new addition to our building now under construction making in the we announce this gr at pleasure because we feel sure our friends and our storeroom one of the largest and mo spacious city patrons will be glad of the information that we are to have a house second to none in Richmond jOur plans always have been and will merit their confidence and you will find our prices always lower that the sameVoeit the future to serve our customers in a way so as to goods can be had elsewhere Furthermore we wIll be enabled to carry much larger assortmdnts which will be selected with the greatestcare anwith the interest of our patrons always at heart JW thank you for the confidence bestowed Qn us in the pst and very respectfully and cordIally ask that durlDgthemcommg year you will call Seeour styles and get our prices because we wIll have gdbds and make prices that we hope will increase our business transactions with each other iWishing you unbounded prosperity we areVeryr respectfully ursf LACKEY Bf HAMILTON ICorner First and Main Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY T IeX6KeIe I l Iflt eIeI IeI X aA FAMILY SAFEGUARD BooI Or Green arranff with the Niece of Dr echee to hauole her famous Uncle Great Throat and Lung Cure The best family safeguard is a reliable household that will cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations running eyes and nose sore throat and bronchial affectionsthat will keep the children proof against all contagious diseases qSuch a is Boschees German Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh and nil lung and bronchial troubles qThe fame of German Syrup as a consumptive cure since its purchase by Dr Green from the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere qTwo sizes 25c and 750 All druggists IorRale at Socktonfl Dmtr Store Important huge of Time on Sentnern Railway On Friday December 1st the fol lowing chaiigt8 in time of Southern Railway trains will become effective No 1 now Iraviui Lotiinvillo at 740 a m will depart at 800 a in No 9 now Innviiip Louisville at 850 p m will depa at 330 p in No 23 now leaving LunUville at 725 p in will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving I xinglon at 610 a in will depan at 545 a NoI2 now leaving Lexington at 530 p m will ilepurt at 500 p in Corresponding changes will be made at local stations and passengers intending to use tliepe traiim should son suIt ticket aganto for complete iifor inaliun G II HUNGERFORDD A Farms and City property for sale D V TniBniiE Real Estate ARt True friendship asks fo no rashI promises demands no foullh strongest in absence and most loyal when needed Now and Then Some thorough and catefnl physicia invtnts in his practice ome sp c al eilicine that pnv sso univ Tiall ncces fnl xvhenevir preuribed that proceeds to place it before the public to be reached through the newspa pers This is the history of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin For years prescribed by Dr B Geld well for constipation and tall disorders of liver stomach add bwes it watt last manufactured un a large scale ind is now the rdSt successful mcdi cine in the worM for These diseases A pure scientific tonic laxative syrup pleasant to take and perfect in results Try it Sold hv Perry i Thomas at 50c and 1 00 MoneA hack if it fails It is the way in which the hours o f leisure are spoilt that determines Ihp moral worth of a poison We mean you Please call and set tie your account at once 13dec3m Jones Merehon To revive faith ieiiiiich more dIfficult than to creaeit tVTwice Told Tales Soine tales never lose in the telling and the tale of good that Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin will tnd does do to all poor dyspeptic bilious sufferers is oneQof them Jt poitively relieves and cures all forn t of indigestion sarts up the languid liver egulates the constipated bow els and restores the entire system tn t pei feet condition of health Try it Sold by Perry w Tnomas at 50c nut 100 Money back if i fails A man who knows nothing is confi dent ol everythiip A woman without religion is like a flower without peifnme rHEMOST REFRESHING DRINK IN TilE WORLD fAt all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands 66 a Bcttia It is nn equal failing to tru t every body and to trust nobodyV It is easier to keep a friend titan tu recover him when lrnttV Failed All efforts have failtd to hind a bet lungtroublesIt stops thi ccugh heals ihe lungs and prevent serioan rsl 13 from a cold J N Patterson NasKna Iowa writes Last winter I hid a bad cold on my lungs aiictrit i atV least half a dozen advcnisd cuiitrb niedi cmos and had treatment trm two physicians without getting any bone FoleyHoneyanll a bottle cured me J consider it the greatest cough and lung nidicine in the world Sold by RC Siockion To be conscious that you a e Riioran t is a great step toward kiuwledjje Beware of passion Every outbrea of auger shortens life a certain decree Quit no opportunity of doiop good tordoJngillIt in a thousandcontracts new habjt than to jt r rid cfan oldonoVTwo thIngosgizs lq ba tli obje tof ouniirHtii ehv6ffrj ftti nnfl the I1alrdefP1eV- h THE KENTUCKY L6iSLATURE The House of Representatives Passed the Croan Dog Tax Bllli romImJtteeport favorably the following four of Senator Spencos bills Fixing salary of city Jailer allowing a deputy city clerk charging license to Cincinnati wagons and other vehicles and the bill providing that if the city council falls any year to pass a tax levy ordl nance the tax rate shall remain the same as the year before The Eaton bill providing that where a man mar ries the girl he seduced he must live with her three years was passed with an amendment allowing him to leave her if he has a statutory ground for divorce The house passed the Groan dog tax bill an exact copy of the dog tax bill passed by the senate last week Tho contest committee in WehleHagan case from Louisville completed report and unanimously agreed thatIHagan dcm shall retain his The house committee on amendments reported constUutlonalI the Bourne bill ment to the constitution payment of poll tax one of the quail fications of a voter The Overstreet bill to regulate the cost of draining land was passedyeas 79 nays 0 MOONSHINER KILLED Another Mortally Wounded In a SatI tie With the Marshals Sergent Ky Jan 31As a party of six United States marshals were entering a lonely ravine In the fiats of the Cumberland mountains on Lower Elkhorn creek where a still has been located the moonshiners opened fire Upon the officers and a heated battle followed Not until the ammunition of the moonshiners had been exhaust ed did they cease firing Even when their leader Henry Adams known as Bad Hen was shot down they un ceasingly kept up the fire However when hostilities ceased the officers found Henry Adams shot deada man named Hall mortally wounded and from trails of blood leading Into the mountain It is known that one or more others were wounded Adams served a sevenyear term in the Ken tucky penitentiary He was In the recent engagement on Lower Elkhorn In which AlvIn Centers was killed IN A RAILWAY CRASH The Conductor Pinioned and Cooked To Death Preston Ky Jan 31In a freight wreck on the Chesapeake Ohio rail road Capt Pete Miller the conductor was burned to death in view of scores of helpless onlookers The caboose turned over pinioning Miller beneath it The redhot stove was overturned on top of him and he was literally cooked to death Edward Flynn a brakeman was horribly burned In an attempt to rescue Miller but will recover Capt Millers home was in Ashland Ky The body was taken to Lexington ON THE WAY TO PRISON Alleged Burglar Jumps From a Train But Is Recaptured Louisville Ky Jan 31on the way to the reformatory John Bohn the leader of alleged burglars Jumped from the train He was pursued by oa gC1tbS deputies and aftera chase or nearly two hours was recaptured In the rafters of a barn Bohn and his companions were finally placed behind the walls of the reformatory Want Attorney Sharpe Impeached Frankfort Ky Jan 31A delega tion from Whitley county headed by Rev H H Hibbs Walker Mason and Prof Woods appeared before a caucus of republican legislators and urged that steps be taken by the legJslture to impeach Commonwealths Attorney J N Sharpe of Whitley county Strike May Delay Printing Frankfort Ky Jan 31The half dozen printers employed on legislative bills at the printing plant of George A Lewis here struck after Joining the Typographical union and It Is feared there will be further delay in printing bills for the two houses To Purchase Crab Orchard Springs Frankfort Ky Jan 3LA bill was introduced in the senate appropriating J42000 and appointing commission ers to purchase the Crab Orchard Springs property for the state to be used as a home for Idiots epileptics and harmless incurable lunatics Young Men Arrested ITwo Ky Jan 31C O Deck lL Newport prominent young men of Murray Ky were arrested at the instance of Post Office Inspector Kline who charges them with operating a green goods scheme at Cullman Ala- Wheeler Memorial Services NIcholasvllIa Ky Jan 3LJoh Alorgan Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy held memorial services at tho Christian church in honor of Gen Joseph Wheeler Drs E W Mc Corkle and W F Taylor made short addresses Orders To Dsbahd Militia Company Middlesboro Kyr Jan Lorders were received from Gov Beckham by Capt Almreoht of the local military company disbanding the company here This company pas been on duty slnco the 2d of November last Bandit Rasoull isreported as gab- on the warpath in search of wealthy men to hold for ransom A Menace to Health Kidney trouble is an insidious dan ger and mauv people lire victims oft serious malady before the symptom are recognized FoleYs Kidney Cure corrects Irregularities strength ens and builds the kidneys and it should be taken at the first indication of kidney tfnblpns it Is impossible to have good health it the kidneys deranged Sold by R C Stocstoa Those iiersons who make the best use of their tiffle have Bone to spare A pnraM CAM JttjW do a 4ayV frrk ttI 1f 2 1kbkVIV lJ tIljr i II SEE t P M PopeIthe Hardware man of Richmond about Diamond Edge goods Every piece warranted Try a Diamond Edge Ax Chopping wood may not be a r1 but it is certain that the l it may be made leis by tlt dial is made ri ht Try a Edge worth every cent it ccas D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY to D M OHKNADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery qJV MILLER ATTOBNHVATLAW- HlCHMOSD KffXTUOrr Office o the Bnrnam Building next door to armera National Bank feb3ly ScrIILVANJ A AIrORNEYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co op ooeite Conrt House on Main Street LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY T JJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Office over C ATaylorshardwarestore opposite Court House Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Hours 810 to a m 2 to pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice k Am V s EeiTelel 525 RICHMONF KY Dr FredS Smith Dentist Hobson Building PiiNE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Marshall K Dennv Dentist Office over State Bank k Trust Co Telephone296 RICHMOND KY vM Blanton DENTIST 49Offlce in Bennett Building tJau17 TELEPHONE 19 A FAMILIAR FACE The likeness of DR WB CALDWELL appears on every package of E1r1Caidwells uxwuwwcza SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constlpa tlon Biliousness Sour Stomach Headache and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach disorders Every genuine package Is distinsruishn br this trade mark Your drursUt will be glad to sell you either the or 100 Ur Sold br Pirrf Thomas Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehm We carry fifteen famous makes in eluding Mason Ilamlin Hnzpllon Haines Bros Klngshnry De kerSon Bohubtn Armsitrong Marshal and Wendell A Piano in the home generates a refining influence and places the son or the laughter in a musical aiweinpher which is niore elevating ihnn any other inflnenfethat could b lirough to bear It fllso prepares them to take their place in the very best Hociety Something eWa piano with the Cecilian concealed Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction horn 1tQ t TQ e eO 148158 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky CattieWant We have on nand l2VRhonks effdutler ani want fiOtr lOO1Itl 1to ftiilDIIPrInIV 17JtVW1ithitiliiT ftl iTi lqJ Louisville and Nashville R R Is prepared to quote you rates to Any Pointsell through tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space dallySpecialExcnrson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Electric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your Local Agnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Kj WM ONEIL Ticket Seller RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY L L pnysiinentalpersonal magnetism the true typo of perfect manhood To attain this the tint requUIte la good healthy zientaldeyelopmentsnUmakelzze NrvCureUI ProitrUon SteepItIni xlotLertroublesdul otbercanltlakes tree1iwith a guar PEFrCR I1CBICAL ASSOCIATION A For sale by E C Wines TruHorl CuciDuli Ri1w y The Midland Route LOCAL TIME TAKLE KY CENTRAL n R POINTS 2 00 p 6 Bin L Frankfort Alt 25 a7 3 2 47 p 7 42 a A Georgetown A 9 0 n 6 25 snip 7 a Paris L 85Oa54- 2Slip j II l2aA Winchester 45 4 15 o 9ata A Maynville LI545a1 15 400p 82ln Cynthiana I 5 u- 272Opi5IpA Richmond L 720n S5i 6 00 p n aA Cincinnati L 2 651 GEO B HARPER C W HAYS PreaandQenSnpt QPA tattle Wanted We have on hand about 200 shocks of fodder and want 50 or 100 cattle to feed Pott fl D eTon 17jan tf Whites Station Ky Mules For Sale I will have for bale for the next thret or fonr mouths a supply of good work mules and de6iretp inform all who may wish to purchase firstelaes Block to call on or write the undersigned Have twenty head of mnleAon lianu at this time II ACosnv- dec73ui Reel Houe Ky Sold by Perry AThomns H The Hissoori Pacific Kailwaf CoSt Loni I Mountain Southern Railway Co Special Round Trip HomeaeekerV Excursion Tickets will be on sale first and third Tuesdayn of January and February 1900 to vat tenitory in Missouri Kansas Colorado Arkansas New Mexico Old Mexico also to all points in Texas Oklahoma and ladler Territory at a rate of less than one fare for the round trip from St Louts Lib eral stop over privelegea Return limit of twentyone days also on same dates will sell oneway Second cla colonist tickets to same territoiy at greatly reduced rates Avail yourself of this rare opportunity 10 visit the country which is now attracting Hili attention of the Hoinesceker aiH In vestor For DescrIptive Literature and further information address H 0 TOWSSKND G P tT1 A Louis Mo j AUALUdIIEE lLAV 34 W411is1 tit14t1O 1CC csLci4 c Frbm Kitchen to Parlor Furniture Queensware J Carpets Window Shades J- II Rugs Lace CurtainstJJ Matting Beds and Bedding f Cooking and Heating Stoves Your home furnished complete with new andJattractive goods We solicit your trade guarantee satisfaction tJ will save from 10 to 20 per cent t J J Ltman Or Aiggtns Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon tRichmond Ky rThere is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good Gakes Rolls Biscuits annot be made without good Flours Out mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Cbr brands are J Blliston Patent Natural Product Belle ol Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY The Best flair Tonic Oaiio Louis days CpBn Halls Vegetable strengthens grows faster thicker falling split tried a century- For whiskers mousucho we ISUCKINOIIAMS It or oft K ft CCNasha N H Wanted For Our Army Wantedfor Army Able bodied unmarried men tween the ages and the United States good character and temperate habits who can speak read RecruitingOfficer Chance to See the W- orld7JNCHESIEI NUBLACfC IBLACK POWDER SHELLS IIis a grand good shell i good in construction good because primed with a quick and primer and accuratelyloaded i and shot It a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells account uniform shooting evenness pattern and to withstand reloading trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY frmnarozAwni ofthisSouthernIllinois quickand IWeable Equipments and unsur passed AMES tjjyiitdft iOE HE HXAAOs1 Arkansas and the Southwest One wav tickets at half fare plus 2p- l1l1cttrip tickets at than oliefrH From Memphis or 3t via Cotton Belt Route February 6 and 20 Stoppvera both ways and 21 ticketWritedate where von wnnt yonfulUnformaIJ C BARRY T P A Cotton ltRoutei IFoddBldg LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Consign your c ttfe sheep ndl to RAbeusleh Jiwrfe r rIOB Stock Vart CJllcln tl OL4e1 lhj 41receltiljblb4Mlt ptiP r gtt4ut lft l i Sicilian Hair He newer It tones up invigorates the hairbulbs Thehair stops out does not at the ends Tested and for hall the and make DYE colon n rich brown a black P II ALL be of 21 35 citizens of of it is sure is on of its of strength A facilities less wnv and eavheiinnd Li Golden Flora The Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUVMArI- TOOL PLANT which vil1 enable them to do better work than ever before They have a large assortment of Granite and Marble and jnvite their rinds to call and inspect their fetock and work Satisfaction gu ran teed Golden Flora iJILiJti