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ShMPWP l ttti V THE RICHMOND CLIMAX H t VOLUME 32 c RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1906 NUMBER 48I WALL PAPER W P BAXTER HWALL PAPER f c Lace Curtains DRAPERIES AND UPHOLSTERING GOODS Our specialty in tills department is simple refined patterns in French English and Swiss Curtains with a preference always toward hand made goods A great amount of care and judgment has been exercised in selecting our showing of Draperies etc for this season and weare now reaping our reward in largely increased sales SPLsCIALWe received a few days ago one of the handsomest Dining Suits that we haye evr shown It is of Otk in G tiuJ design heavily and intricately hand carved and is finished Cathedral Gray It is a perfect example of American supremacy in the art of furniture buildings DP s c A S H 1- sPRICESjr The RACKET STORi fJ h z rnntYT From now until Easter we the following earticles at the astonishing low prices quoted Picture Frames 10 15 and 20c iJaldineres and Pedestals 4- 9cdf8 inch Jardineres lOc ttCurtain Stretcher 6x12 115 3 We have also a complete line of Base Ban Goods and Fishing Tackle Dont fail to visit our 10 cent counter lJ I it ti THE RACKET STORED Of Course You Wantto buy your Dry Goods of a firm which sells only The Very Best Money Can Buy When You arTradeyou can rely on the fact that we DO NOT SELL SHODDY GOODS You Get Good Goods We have all the Latest Novelties in this SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS Our Hamburgs are unsurpassed t Save your Cash Register Checksf They Save You Money f GibsonitThelargest and best line of Trimmingsand Braids in Town Street Richmond Kentucky pOliver Chilled Plowsa New is the time Get your plow reedy dont lose a day It will Ie e turn over soil that has never benr a reached before Come and see us t we will tell you all about it fa o B Shockelfonl Co VIY NAME IS TfiURMANt QnSausage Row iTiI Ii J 1 no lis8uys14S H Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness attimesadeep breath irritates Ujthese- are features ofa throat cough Theyre very deceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamedw membranes enrich the blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsioni- s just such a remedyelt t has wonderful healing powerRemoves the cough and the whole system is strength an dtrSeaJ fit fret sampleolSCOTT BOirNE Cbrm 1tscl 409415 Pearl Street New rDrlnJ sot njroO All tlailtl WINCHESTER CLAIMS 12000 PUPULAriON Wait UatH Tutu Deatheraje Gets Tfiroceh With Richmond A special from Winchester rays The receipts acity are ivjinrMed nil a fair criterion by thlcli to judge its growth The total receipts for the last three yearn of tha Winchester pncfoflice are as follow of SlOt U iltl1905 IO012 1MX1 14 626 This shown an increase of the re cnipts of 1005 over 1904 of S451 and of 1901 over 1005 of Sl 614 or a gain ot 16 ppr rent lortiie last year In connection with this ami wpropos of The Heralds statement yPstrttavd about the jiopulntion ot Is found by counting thin houses Rnrlp ill wiiiii six persons for Pseh houalthat the population of Winchester- would be Rnm tliine ovpr 12000 The Gas Ioropanvs promoters last year cnnnted the houses when contoniplnl- inir flip piping of gas here and fount the shunt 2000 houses then Many newIs is homes have been built which probably to 2 ZEThisis a powerful tribute to the line are lling nptiidato character of her bllsist ness men who tlirontli th irComnier tne cial i lnb have put Winchester in the very front rank of Kentuckys growing cities It will interest our citizens here to know that our vigilant cityrE assessor Mr G W T neatherage Is engaged in taking a biennial census of Richmond the result of which will be Impatiently awaited For a mild easy action of the bowels u single dose of Doans Reguleto is enough Treatment cures habitual constipation 25 cents a box Ask your druggist for them Of the twentythree Presidents of the United States sixteen more than two thirds had but one given name which shows that it is not ntecccosary to give a whole lot of make him of great Human Blood Marks A tale of horror was told by marks WIWilliamgm taking Kings It completely cured me and I have remained well ever since It cures Hemmorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and Is he only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by Stock ton Hagsn 50c and 100 Trial bottle freeIThe more ignorant a man is the less allowance he will make for the ahortcomiugH of others A Lucky Postmistress isMrs Alexander of Mewho has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Bow els in porfept order Youll agree with her if you try these painle purifiers that infuse new life Guar anteed by Stockton Hagan druggists Price 25- cIhaveneyerknown a man articled to the excessive use of intoxicating liquors that did not have some kind of an excuse for it WiIlInterest Many Every should know that good health Is Impossible if the kidneys are derrnged Foleys Kidney Cure will euro kidney and bladder dieare in e r form and ill build up and atinnijthen these Or ana c they will perform their functions properly roo danger of B disease or diabetes If Foleys llldno Cure Is token in time Sold hy U 0 Stockton Some people have JtrfncnUy oj look1 mi wiser than iliy rettllv are It is just as easy 1o be tiles and clever as it is to be selfish and mean No Quarter The evils which always follow lifter indigestion biliousness or constipa tion will give no quarter Bette- light them to a finish with Cald wells laxative S rup Pepsin It is it weapon against these diseases whi givo you quick relief and permanent cure Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 100 Moue back If it fails Kindness istheeilken cordthut binds mankind lo ethert Some men merle select tiie lesser of two evils as sample Never juilgo n iranby hue bloke lots of fools look others lac Stops Itching instantly Spares pile eczema salt rip hives scahfee DaanwI jQJatnientt Atsuy4rdgttocsL 7 dc FUTURE NOT BRIGHT FIRST PARLLUrENT OF RUSSIA WILL BE A FARCE The Revolutionary Programme Is Still the Paralysis of Adminis trative Machinery from Within St Petersburg The uselessness of expecting that the meeting of Russias first parliament on May 10 will in any abate the internal struggle Is now by everyone The fire of rev olution Is burning everywhere continuously but it has not by a long way burned out or smoked out the government Far distant too is the day when the army will make common cause with the revolutionaries The present slaughter of minor gov employes in obedience to we orders of Count Witte and Minister of the Interior Durnovo is a salient fea ture Thirteen postal telegraphers at Tchlta who shared in the general strike In October have just been sentenced to death Tho revolutionaries this and similar cases merely as skirmish lost in war Against the existing system the rev utionary programme is still the of the administrative ma from within Street fighting other disorders are not part of their scheme The leaders are not likely to call a general strike at pres ent because the Installation of the Duma as part of the fabric of government offers some hope of wrecking the whole system Dhltrl Shipoff the leader of the mod erate conservatives makes the follow ing estimate of what the Duma will amount to when It meets The majority will be peasants who will arrive quite unprepared for the mode of procedure Many will not even under stand the words used which will be the official kind anu wholly strange them The peasants will maintain the agrarian question is their paramount interest and will refuse to trust its solution to anyone outside of their own class But It is just the agrarian question which is bound to meet from the beginning Insurmount able difficulties which will serve the revolutionary propaganda Shipoff holds strongly that the ouble and triple system of electon the people regard the whole as intentionally complicated obstructive He emphatically denies that the new council of state will serve in any sense the purpose of upper chambers and senates elsewhere He maintains that it will be almost same bureaucratic wall which ex now as an enemy of public life He certain from long experience he was chairman of the Moscow provincial for many years that the of the empire and the Duma foredoomed to a disagreeable in asmuch as no decision of Duma can ba brought direct to the emperors notice The council In Its new form not only diminishes the authority of the but concurrently emperorTheanalyzed the constitution of the chambers agree with Shipoff that they have been so drafted under Count Wittes guidance as to strengthen the bureaucracy at the expense of both the czar and the peopl- eNATURES PACKING PLANT Salton Sea in Southern California Freezes Salt Gathers and There It Is Washington The recent extreme weather In the southwestern part the United States has produced one extremely curious result The Salton can which is nroduced by the over Sow or the Colorado river into a ae presaion in southern California has been frozen over to a great depth The Southern Pacific railroad which has been greatly embarrassed by the flood ing of its tracks occasioned by the rising of the water has moved its tracks to the ice and is now running over the surface The water of the lake being salt it has in freezing deposited upon the surface quantities of salt which by the action of the desert winds has col lected in windrows upon the ice This has given rise to a new Industry or rather to the revival of an old indus try Thousands of cattle have been driven to this neighborhood from the great ranges to the north and south and the business of slaughtering and meat packing is being carried on upon an enormous scale the salt and ice for the purpose being right at hand How long this will last is of course problematicalIn the good people of Imperial on the sea are greatly enjoy ing their skating a pastime which they have not enjoyed since the found ing of the town until this date Oldest Missourian Frederick Saugraln the oldest na tiveborn person in the Louisiana purchase celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of his birth a few days ago at his home in Sedalia Mo Mr Saugraln is the son of Dr Anton FraIl sois Saugraln the friend of Benjamin Franklin and the pioneer scientist of the Mississippi valley The centenarian was born at the Saugrain home fa- St LouIs 100 years ago Ice from Mont Blanc Glacier- A company has been formed to cut into the Mont Blanc glacier in Switzer land at a height of 4000 feet The Ice Is mined with dynamite and the blocks are cut into cubes and sent into the valley by a narrow gauge railway There they are cleaned and then sent by train to southern France PICTURESQUE ROCK GONEI Famous Old landmark at ica Crumbles During Rain storm Santa Monica klAf ir having withstood the storms f r anerations picturesque Arch rotc our of the historic landmarks of the Each above Port Los Angeles has fiually suc cumbed to the action of the elements The rainstorm of Saturday night proved its undoing Sunday morning it was discovered that the natural arch that spanned the two columns through which the county road passed had crumbled and fallen blocking traf ficArch rock was as old as the hills when the mission padres who preced ed Father Junlpero Serra to this bay first wended their way up the cdast in search for an easy route to the Span ish missions situated farther north It had no historic significance other than its natural beauty and romantic surroundings It was a familiar land mark to all tourists and tallyho par ties to this spot were included in all itineraries of the sightseers Indians and Mexicans who lived in this section early in the century have handed down its traditions as they received them from their sires and grandsires and according to their stories the rock was formerly much larger than it Is now and when the sea was at its height the waters rush ing through the cave would roar and reecho as the mad breakers would drat against the sides of the tunnel Year by year it has wasted away The storm of last March hastened the dis- Integration and the arch was further weakened a year ago when the road builders tore away the loose stones that threatened to fall upon pass ersby Koufioii Straus Co Here are the New Spring Suits7 Jackets Shirts nod Woists- VISIT THEM We are read yin our garment department for the most critical of our customers Never have the Spring Garments been more captivating and best of allnever more pleas antly priced All ready we repeat and were as proud ofthe display of new thing as you will be of any or every garment you will buy of us arid you Williv buyS tfor no matterwhat you want youll Sad it here find ib in jour sizeas they are exeedingly graceful and btcomiug Of course we have a wide and diversified assemblage Sitsvtire strikingly temptingloose and flowing and more beaiiti fulthf11 l ywehave ever shown rye Waists are simply- beautiful Eton and PoneYSuits are the vogue tills Sreardemliifxl ed by fashion authorities Its a kind decree as they are a relief after the season of longcoated suits Vearenevertoohurriedtoshowyou all you wish to sceito answer all your questionsthe fact that you come necessaryrfthe earlier you wily come the bey v 1 = Central KentuckYsGreat Department Store S l st f Li nmw J J PIPE COLD AIR FROM WELLS Cheap and Effective House Cooling System Put In Use In Montana Town Helena MontThe town of Thompson Falls In Missoula county has a strange system of cold storage In the hottest days in summer it Is possible to keep living rooms at a temperature of 55 degrees and butter eggs and meat are kept cool and frsh without the least trouble The best part of the i cold storage system is that it costs absolutely nothing after the plant has been installed Thompson Falls has a large number of wills that furnish cold fresh air which rushes upward all summer long The wells are dUI for water but the supply of cold air is fully as Important The wells of Thompson Falls are a little more thin 60 feet in depth The water veins are found In a gravel formation ani are doubtless fed by the mountain snows at some distant place The gravel is porous enough to admit of a freely moving current of air which during the summer time rushes upward in currrents strong enough to snuff out a match held over the wells The utility of the cold air currents was first olsrved in 1S81 when the Thompson Falls Mercantile company used the cool air to keep butter eggs and meat in large quantltes The ail can be piped in summer to rooms ot houses The wells are covered over tightly at the top and large pipes tap the current a few feet below the sur face of the ground These pipes con duct the air to different rooms in nearby buildings For cold storage plants a house Is built above the well and the air rushes upward continuously keeping the tem perature at an unvarying point ENGLANDS VAST INSURANCE Home Companies Close Year with Balances That Are Tremendous London The people of the British islands are now insured by 96 com panics to the enormous total of 941 879726 705398630 and this does not Include the figures of the colonial and foreign companies The blue bookI which annually appears on this subject has just been published Premiums were paid last year to the amount of 23644141 178220705 and the years claims came to 22122 435 110612175 there being an in crease under the latter head of 1136 742 5683710 The companies closed the year with balances amounting in the aggregate to 317088913 1585444715 Of this sum they now have almost 36 000000 180000000 invested in land house property and ground rents Nervous School Children Stutistcs v tiered by various School Bojinls show host a Urge percentage of school chitcu suffer from differ ent forms of nervousness mil or- exaggeraed ome showeda tenden cy to melancholy others mental de pression aiiI many the nervous twHuhings o mild chores or St Vi- tas dance H st of these troubles cn be overiiiiua proper food suf Mcient sle iand Dr CaldwiHs laxative Si Pepsin It Is a universal cltildreus medicine because if good totl is ttpn it insures that the food is prop sly dlgsted and indtges tin and niivo poisons properly thrown out ft is pleisant to tale andsafe and sure in results Try it Sold by Pern C Thomas at floe and 100 Moiey back if it fails Loveis all the sweeter when flavored with just a little discord Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley C Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy ando account of the great merit and ppularityof Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for he genuine Ask tor Foleys Honey and Tar and refue any substitute offered as no other preparation will give the same satis faction It is mildly laxative Ito ntans no opiates and is safest for children and iiniicato persons Sold by R C Stockton Every dog has his day and the watchdog also has liU eigh- tMiserable Conditions Of body amt mine always result from a torpid llvr which leads to bile poisons helm absorbed into the blood and poisounr all the nerves and tissues Tin imlful state some ot the symp m of which are headache bitter tasty n uses lack of appetite yellow conil xiuu constipation etc can be qu ukR cured by Inking Dr CaliHveiis lxUlvn Syrup Pepsin It relieves tti strain on your liver rulanes the ihentll bowls purifies the blood urngthebs the stomach toll milk t ns clean ns u whistle The result is prfect health and freedom from imiu and liscomfort Trv it Solil tiy n ry Thomas at 50c and I00 Money back if it fails T AILORING to meet the requirements of boys has been perfected to an unusual 1 degree by the makers of our boys clothing The effect is seen in the character ofleach garment in our displayin the proper cutting of the cloths in thh perculiarlyadapted t style for each age in the superior workmanship Our XTRAGQOp Brand Are the Best for Boys The prices we ask are based upon the actnal cost of materials and workmanship If we t charged for appearance and quality our prices would be much higher New fresh stock of Sciiloss Bros t Co Hand Tailored Suits for men just received Dont fail to see them when you are looking for the best suit your money can buy Jrhe La France Fine Shoes for Ladies are prettier this time than ever before Li lies inspect this line of Fine Shoes they are the best Our goods are all new in every department Our prices the lowest on firstclass merchandise Your patronage earnestly solicited s W 0OLDHAM CO t rwocn w i IGBEAT REVIVORESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man of eI Iprodacemen will recover their youthful vigor by mice REVITO ItqnleUysadrarelyrettoreaMenouc mete Lost Vitality Impoteney Nightly Zmliiloat Lost PonerFallins Memory Waatlnz Dlaeaau and all effects of lolfabuso or ezceea and Indiscretion which cats one for study bntlneai ormarriage II not only cures by starting at the Beat of disease but laacreat nerve tonlo and blood builder bring fag back the pink grow to pale cheeks andsstoring the fire of youth It warts off insanity and Conremptlon Insist on baying ZlEYlvOi no other It can be carried In vest pocket By mill 8100 perpachgeor sir for SSOO with a poil the written guarantee to core or reload the money Book and advise tree Address ROYAL MEDICINE CO cJmrciAaoliun For Sale by Perry Thomas Phone 184gets the best C O A 1 COMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the peo ple who sell 1 htike Oak eatael ou kaklshellteo and 3eakk vt1e all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone J84 Yard Aspen av iT5 WiLl 1a i WOOL i t a d IeJt counties and in order to get it we are paying the Jvery wi Highest r Market j Prices SYou will make a mistake as well as lose money if you wisell before getting our prices 1 t I CovillgtonDBro j- C Main Street y rr Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men be tween the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and temperate habits who can speak readfand write English For Officer Richmond IlYt Oldham BuildingfChance to See the Worte SHIELD Jc V EARSiELL CLOTHING Mens Youths and Boys Suits Thee to buy because they are better made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at Popular Prices v f 0 jNohi JSenuine Without the Label on the Collar FOR SALE BY V AB L dnt9ntI ritttGky j xW uLi Iii T j= Li L UILTitTff=T IT r ja Jt 1- wTh r BEST Fire SaleON EARTH Cooke Red Ash Jellico Beatty Mlleand New Diamond ED Bl4NTON 5 CO iMill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BYI The Climax Printing Co Incorporated D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and RICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements- For Precinct and Oity Omces 5 00 For County Office boo For Stnta and District Offices IS 00 KorOillt per lne For Cards per line 10 For all publications In the Interest of In dividual or expression of ual views per Una 14dlldIInvariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY APR 25 lOOC Announcements FOR CONGRESS- w Are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES ot Mercer county as a Congreaienaleeeered lion G O Gilbert subject to the HO tlon of the Democratic part Is HIS speech at the laying of the corner stone of the office building of the House of Representatives at Washington President Roosevelt took a shot at magazine and newspaper writers now engaged in exposinp and criticising men in public life by citing byway of illustration John Bunyans nmn with thl muck rake The Pi esWent seemed to have placed emphasis on he fact that Bunyans man always looked down and could not be induced to look up and be also stated that critios of public men were very much like him Even if President Roosevelt the man who prates so much about a square deal dkl make the statement nothing oould be more unjust and misleading Magazine and newspaper writers of today are not like the man with the muck rake and the Presidents statbinont is merely an incentive to further criticism of public menbe being one of the victims The facts are the class of critics to which the President refers are forced by public men to look down instead of up If we take into consideration the great number of exposures that have been matte in the management of our government and note the partia immunity shown oome officials who should be wearing convict clothes during President Roosevelts administration and also take his personal action into account in the csse of Paul Morton we are necessarily forced to admit there is more down than up to write about Magazine and newspaper writers in this coun try of free speech and free press do not come up to the high standard of their profession if they do not criti else public men They have a more perfect right to criticise public men than they have to criticise the hum blest citizen or plainest laborer Public men are public servants 01 public trusts and when theywil fully and maliciously fail to do their sworn duty there magazine and newspaper writers would indeed be practicing on a low plane if they should remain silent Therefore let the public press continue to voice its ideals of what public men ought and should be and if the public servant is true to his trust he will enjoy the confidence of the people and be given- credit where credit is due And the President of the United States will have no just cause to complain against the criticisms of public men if public men will perform their duties THE horrible disaster at San Fran cisco last Wednesday Las filled the whole world with sorrow The loss of life is estimated anywhere from 200 to 1000 and as many more have becn injured Thousands of people have been rendered homeless and for a while famine and pestilence stare d the stricken ones in the face Damage in the surrounding districts has been great The loss of property will exceed flOO000000 The fire which followed the earthquake is un der control and from all over this countryand others the most liberal responses are being made to the cries ol the aill c ted Things are takingon a more hopeful aspect and it is thought that order will soon rise out of the awful chaos and that a greater San Francisco will rise Pheoniz like from the ashes of the stricken city by the Bay Drop in and have a cup of coffee and hot biscuits at our store any day next week will be glad to see you if you Intend to buy or not tiEDouQLASCo Hows This We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of catarrh that annot be cured by Halls Catarrh cure TJ OBESE Co Toledo CO e the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the las 15 QIJI and believe him perfectly honorable flBtLb 81ness transactions and finan daily able to carryout any obliga- tiOns made by his firm WALDISO KIXNAN MARVIN t Wholesale Druggists Toledo O HallM Catarrh Cure is taken in t acting drectly upon the b1dtfand mucuos surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists T ke Htlli Family mi for con Btljwtlon I f Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine ThIs Is the first your doctor wonld ItMAre boweU rejtUlarT lie knows that dstIy action of tli aUomtelr essential to recover Keep liver active and your bowels regular by taking luative- dose of Ayeri Kill A Made 7- llJerS Cools Pale 111A10 IAGt1We heno eeretu We publish the formulas of all our neaiclnei THE cause of the great San Fran cisco earthquake has at last been accounted for Seismologists and eden tific men throughout the country have given expressions of opinions as to the various causes that undermined and wrecked the great metrpplis on the Pacific coast But to the ordin ary individual these explanations have been both conflicting and con fusing and really no definite reason has been given for the cause that has produced such a disastrous effect However in all events transpiring in the vicissitudes of life there is usual Iyone person who introduces stronger proof and a more comprehensive view than all the rest The latest theory advanced for the San Francisco earth quake comes from Chicago and was made by Dr1 Dowie the Elijah III the deposed leader of Zion City who is now likened unto Solomon glory was eclipsed by indulgence ii voluptuousness Dowie attributes the San Fjaucisco earthquake to divine intervention to punish its citi zens for ridiculing him in 1888 If this is the cause for the great calamity and suffering in the stricken city what will be the fate of Dowies followers who dethroned him and those whoridiculed him in 1906 Major Burnams Reminiscences Betfnningln 1830 Early History of Madison County Qianniaely ortrayed for the Readers ot theUimax- RBJIINISOEXCE No 2 Nora Last week the Climax began a series of historical articles from the facile pen of our distinguished townsman the lion Curtis F Burnam who has promised to supply us with data from his accurate personal diary and un impeachable memory concerning the early and later history of Madison county never before published Last weeks reminiscence dealt with the churches of Richmond from 1830 to date Readers should preserve these article for future reference They have much to do with the ancestral history of the leading families of the community of today and with those of others now residents of other states but who will shortly attend the Home Com ins celebration here in June Kd Clmaz The first public office I ever held was that of Commissioner of Common chools for Madison county 1 held this position by appointment from Rev Dr Ryland T Dillard in 1813 he being then State Superintendent The school system was then in its infancy in Ken tucky but gradually growing in strengthand public esteem having the support of many able advocates among whom the most earnest were Hon Wm F Bullock of Louisville Cassius 11 Clay pna Rev Dr R J Breckenridbe- I held the office ot Commissioner about two years visiting a number ol schools organizing others examining teachers and similar work but finding in business as a lawyer steadily grow log I resigned it and was succeeded by Gen Green Clay Smith who was an enthusiastic and able worker in the cause accomplishing great and good results and in so doing laying the foundation of his future fame This system fostered by the labors of Dr Dillard Dr Breckenridge and other eminent superintendents continued with varying fortunes until our own present age when by reason of large State and National revenues it hasI grown into splendid proportions and become ingrown in the affections and confluence of the people Its perma nency is now made secure by constitu tional law and its improvement assured by Normal Schools for teachers of all the children of the State of both racesI white and colored Let those be teachers who themselves excel THE MADISON SEMINARY It may be remembered by tho e who were present at the dedication of the Caldwell Institute that I addressed the assembled audience giving an ac count of the origin the history and the management of that school property from its foundation in the year 1819 The names and work of its trustees and of the teachers employed therein were enumerated and it would beat almost idle repetition to go over these matters again The address was published in one or more of the city papers but outside of the files of those papers I doubt if two copies could be nowI found But it may be well enough to suggest that the school lot was a donation from Robert aid well and its first endowment fand was the grant of two square miles ot land in Pulaski county the gift of the State Its first instructors were eminent scholars educated at the best Eastern colleges and from its walls went forth into the outer world many men illustrious in every walk and way In this list could be named Senators and Representatives in Congress Governors Judges of the Nationaland State Oouite Foreign Ministers and Ministers of Religion besides those who in private life signalized the training of youth by the development oftmanly virtues This Madison nary now Caldwell Institute was at one time made an arm of Central Unitversityyaml that brings roe to a h sideratiou of that inRtitltutlonC- ENTBAI UNIVERSITY f In the year 1885 there wMfedivieion a In the Frebyl rftti Ohwreb la tlatI l t State lute distinct orgtnizatkms known respectively as the Northern and the Southern Presbyterians and alter protracted litigation the Church proper ties known as Center College andThe ological School were adjuUged to the Northern Church The friends and membership of the Southern branch thereupon obtained charter for a new college and it was located at Richmond I think in 1873 T1J location was secured bya very large subscription how the people of Madison county aggregating more than 100000 and the friends of higher edu cation in the county with pride and joy hailed the establishment of Central University Its first Chancellor VMS Rev Dr Breok of whom I have here tofore spoken Its first president was the Rev Dr J W Pratt of Alabama He was an able man a very fine elocutionist and made himself popular by his genial manners and eloquent pulpit discourses He is dead and green be the turf above him Dl Lewis Green B rbour was the professor ot mathe matics and during the thirty years he lived In this town was beloved by all our people Rev Dr J V Logan from a professorship in the college succeeded Dr Pratt as president and was also greatly esteemed and respected as a gentleman of power and learning Without an enumeration of all the names of those who controlled the for tunes of the University this cati be said that Its annual commencemedts were always looked forward to with pleasant anticipations and enjoyed when they came And it was a great shock to our community when it was made known that it was to be consolidated with the college at Danville Indeed there was a sense of indigna finn amougmany who felt that they had been wronged not to say betrayed I shall not pursue this painful line of thought however I never did suppose that Central University would be anything more than a superior county high school and remembering the refine lug influence of its many cultivated in structors among our people and the numbtr of pupils educated there who have sited lustre on their alum mater I shall continue to regard the money given by the citizens of our county as largely repaid especially as we hope soon to see its halls and campus and play grounds accepted by the Common wealth ana made one of the Normal Schools for teachers as authorized by the last Legislature FEMALE SCHOOLS The first school in Richmond kept exclusively for girls was that of J L Tracy an excellent teacher who after a term 01 years went to Booneville Mo He was followed by Mr J H Brown Tracy was here In I8293Q and Brown some years later They pupilsIcoun ties but in this connection it is proper to say that very many ol our young ladies wet to schools in distant cities among them the Catholic School in Scott county the Beatty School at Stoubenville Ohio and the French School 01 Madame Legorgue in Wash ington Square Philadelphia It is impossible to state the names of these instructors but one whom it is a pleasure to recall was Dr John L Campbell who went from this town to Lexington Va and is now and hat been for more than thirty years a professor in Washington Lee University a fine scholar and Virginia gentleman These various schools kept in build ings not suited to them and constantly drifting culminated at last in the MADISON ACADEMY This institution was organized just a halt century ago and owes its exist ence more to the zeal and patriotic labors of Mr James C Stone titan of any other citizen This accompllshet gentleman who died not long ago in Leavfinworth Kansas was a native of Madison county He was prepared lor college at Madison Seminary anti wat afterwards graduated at Bethany Col lege then presided oyer by Rev Dr Alexander Campbell On his return from college inspired with the enthus wasipersistent energy he raised from his own religious difia large sum of money with which the beautiful Mc Lanahan property on the hill over looking the town was bought and im proved A charter was obtained for the academy prepared by a committee consisting of Mr Stone Mayor Wm Harris Thomas H Barnes and the writer and adopted by a public assem binge of the subscribers to the fund and the school started on its benign mission Of those who were trom time to time principals of the academy I am notable to recall all butl have very pleasant recollections ot Pros Mullens Rev A B Jones and pur distinguished townsman Hon Win B Smith This academy has been an ornament to the town and blessing to the county and to many distant communities May it continue to prosper and grow reaching that high plane of advanced scholar ship which was the hope and longing oi its most distinguished benefactor It Is to mea pleasure to pay this tribute to my friend and kinsman General Stone He raised and commanded cavalry company in our war with Mex ico His comrades are nearly all dear He was a successful banker in Rich mond and of wide popularity He was strongly opposed to the system of slavery and although a wholehearted Kentuckian he deterniined to remove bis household goods to another state wrere that system did not prevail April 19 2905 C F B A Treat In Store rot the People of This city On Friday night May lith Dr J Addison Smith the gifted pastor of the First Presbyterfan Cburcli4wjIl liver his splendid lecture orWandtrinj18 hasbeencities of this country and has alwavs been received most heartily This hasbeenscenes touches upon everything of in RomeNapltSConstantinople Vienna Dresden Ber in Edenbarg and Glasgow It haw received the highest enconium from press and pulpit Of this lecture divine has saidIfillinKus across the ocean through thestreet o Londn Paris Vienna Rome andofCairo With him his audience climbJ t dCheopaTeffelKebtr where Britains gallant hhehe sacred sites Palestine so familiar and precious to readers ot the Bible Ifanyone should wish to a pleasant evening or Inform himself preparatory o a foreign trip let them our cThisthe First Presbyterian Church will be wdnsheiozitd noe can attd to mI thlatrnttr b a Proclamation BY TIlE MAYOR The Commissioners named by the Governor to select a location for a branch Normal School will visit Richmond May 1st and after an Inspection of the buildings and grounds of Central University will be dined driven aboutour city and given a public reception at the Elk Club The Fiscal Court and City Council are cooperating with the Commercial Club and Trustees of the University property to put the latter in apple pie cpnditlon so as to make the best possible impression upon the Commissioners Should Richmond be selected as a location for one of these great institutions it is confidently predicted that it will mean the influx of one thousand population and the expenditure of aquarter of a million dollars here annually besides the States liberal appropriations for the support and equipment of the school Following the visit of the Normal Schol Commissioners we shall have the first Annual Convention of the Hallway Surgeousof Kentucky Maj 293031 then JunelCth the mammoth Home Coming celebra bration and barbecue with Hons David R Francis and V J Stone of Missouri as guests of honor upon the heels of this a great State Baptist Convention June 1821 which will bring five hundred visitors to our city I have been urged to issue a public appeal to all citizens to do their part in placing our city in proper condition to receive this distinguished body of men and I now call attention to certain laws and ordinances which the police will enforce to the end that citizens and merchants may know that they have a duty to perform as well as the privilege of idly criticising the efforts of the authorities and of the few who are man fully striving to build a Greater Richmond No city is more beautifully or healthfully located than Richmond Nature has done much for ithut cannot do alii The yards can be cleaned up sodded grass cut flowers set oat fences repaired painted or entirely removed trees trimmed houses repainted pavements re paired and cleaned and all trash and filth collected for removal by the city carts Public health demands a spring cleaning nf our premises the same as of our private apartments the coir ing of our distinguished visitors upon their must important misiou should accentuate this appeal property owners and tenants should cleanse ad beautify their homes and aid in making this as it naturally should be one of the most beautiful cities of the State To this end I ask prompt complin ce with the requirements of the following City Ordinances an inexcusable disregard of which will be punibhed as provided herein Display Merchandise Etc on Sidewalks Sec 53 No goods wares or merchandise displayed on sidewalks and no fish vegetable fruit candy or peanut stand placed on a side walk shall occupy more than three feet thereof Bud said three feet shall be next to the building and no other part of the sidewalk shall be used for any of the above mentioned purposes nor shall any sidewalk be ob structed by barrels boxes or any other thing nor by articles suspended from signs or awnings Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be fined not less than one dollar nor more than five dollars for each offense and each day the same continues shall be deemed a separate offense Sidewalks and GuttersCleanedand Repaired Sec The owners or occupiers of lots shall keep the sidewalks and gnttxre leading therefrom clean aid in order and any person who shall fail or refuse to clean the sidewalk or gutter tor twentyfour hours after having been nctlfiud so to do bythe Mayor or Chief of Police shall be fined three dollars for everyday tlfreafter he so fails or refuses The owners or pccupiers of lots or property in the city shall keep their sidewalks and gutters in front of their respective lots in good re pair and any person who shall fail or rdfuse to repair the sidewalk or gutter which the Board of Council slnll order to be repaired for five days after having been notified so to do shall be fined three dollars every day thereafter he so huts or refuses Owners of Lots to Drain Same Sec 70 All owners of lots within the corporate limits of the city where ponds or pools or stagnant water stands shall have the same properly filled up or drained when so notified by the Health Officer nd any person failing so to do five daya after having been so notified shall be fined not less than three dollars nor more than ten dollars per day for each day he fails so to do- Dirt Slop Trash Etc Soc 71 No person shall place or cause to be placed upon any of the streets alleys or public thoroughfares any dirt chips trash dead car casses scraps of leather dung pieces of tin or glass ashes hhavings suds or slop from nny kitchen or bathroom or other offensive matter nor shall any person deposit or caused to be deposited any dirt ashes or filth in any recant lot of any person without the permission of said person Any person violating any of tin rovisions of this section shall he fined not less than twentyfive dollars i r each offense Premises to be Cleaned and Purified Sec 72 All personsshall keep their premises clean and purified and an person who shall neglect for two days after having been notified by the HealthOnker to clean and purify his premises shall be fined not less than three nor more than twenty fie dollars for each day thereafter he so neglects this same Privies Sec 73 All persons having control of premises in the city on which privies are situated shall have them well limed and cleaned in the months of May and June and again in the months ot August and September under a penalty of five dollars for each failure to 1060 Introducing SmallPox Etc Sec 78 Any person who shall kn udngly introduce or aid in intro ducing into this city smallpox diphliaria yellow fever or any other dangerous contagious or infectious disease or any physician keeper ot- a hotel or boarding house conductor of a public conveyance or any otherpersoii who shall know of anv ease of small pox diphtheria yellow fever or other malignant contagious or infectious disease existing in this city when such disease has not been prevailing in the city pre vious thereto and fail to give notice thereof to the Mayor or Health Officer within six hours after acquiring such knowledge shall be fined not less than five dollars nor more than one hundred dollars Nuisances Sec 00 Tile following things within the limits of the city are declared to be nuisances towit All offensive tiades that render the enjoyment of homes or of prop erty offensive dangerous or uncomfortable vicious animals known to be so running at large barking dogs proud bitches bleating cows or calves ub ceiie signs or paintings the congregating of perso s Spoii the aireeth or in liouseu when same btcome boisterous or objectionable to the citizens of the immediate neighborhood pools of stagnant water or other things which shall become offensive to the smell or dangerous to the health privies that are suffered to become unclean or obnoxious the throwing out of slop water or other filth from kitchens or cook houses upon anv street alley or sidewalk of the city or suffering the same to be done within the limits of the city obnoxious slops in barrels descriptionAll who shall be found guilty of setting up cawing creating suffering or permitting any of the things herein named shall be fined not less than fire dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each offense Abating Nuisances iflee 91 All nuisances shall bo abated by the owner or occupier of the premises upon which the same exist or by the person causing or weutyfourhoursbe fined not less than five nor more than fifty dollars and pay the cost of removal of sameI CE WOODS Mayor April 21 1906 An Aged Mother talks Home Across The River That unwelcome visitor Death has Invaded another home a xl taken there eighhorlhistory ot SI ad son c iinty for over three score years Oi Wednesday March 28 th Mrs Elizabeth Davis passed quitly into the realms of eternity at her home four nims north of Richmond Her generu in alth fortwo years had been poor but up until with in a short while before lie death she had been in her usual iieain On the day of her death she was Bti iekon with paralysis anti the end cxine suddenly and rather unexpected Elizabeth Cox was born in Madison c uiuy oil the 31 st of July 1832 hcu euhe was 73 years 7 months and 25 day old at her ofDanielAt tile age of seventeen t tra she was precededrthis union men were born twelve chil threeof whom diet ininfancv and tmanhoQdThe AngelesNuutlpJohnsonClinton sow Ky and MesdaitMH lvinan Par IUchmolulKychurch having been con when she was a in erf girl She was a faithful lover of the Lord and as beloved by all who knew her hi was a sweet gentle soil and will i irt Ur attwd ttxves to hw r H children alegncy of a well lived life of faith and trust ot patience and gentle heritageShenelaidmond Cemetery in tilt presence of a reltivesandDEAR MOTHER As the evening shadows dayAnlCelsAnd bore her soul away Now the precious form In its bed of white To day she was buried Far from our sight God in his wisdom Knows what is best r JToIn the arms of our Saviour She is Bleeping to day With dear precious motberiHeaven is not far Asleep in Jesus Gut knows our lossIHe will help us Ourlouelycross MRS NANNIE EJOllNSQNtv 22 Clinton Ill We are giving free 850 woilb of ware at our store next week See ad- vertiseweu in this paper for partka 11 a OE t i ttL 4f5 f faiH UI Aa kKIcktu Wk Poet asd MwWan We are in receipt of a most heart touching and beautiful song entitled Theres a home In Old Kentucky both words and music of which were composed by Mr John H Cornelisonof tit Louis a former Madison county man Mr Corneliaon who is a brother to Mesdames Mary English and Ben L Banks of this city Is still true to his approachingHome love and called forth the following beautiful words which have also been set to music by this gifted exKen tucfeiau fientuckyWhere And I am longing for it 0LikeHears its mothers voice say Come- I callingFrom Home CUORUS And I am going back home I am going back to stay daylAndOld oOffar away 2 lyingAmongWhere the cornfields and sweet pas lures Hug the Tippling singing rills Where the spreading sugar blackICome Back Come Back Come Backl 3 bloomingTherere The birds are mixing music With the perluaie in the air gatheredRoundTheir faces beaming welcome In the same old rapturous way 4 When ends Lifes fittnl fever And my form lies cold and still bluegrossIn longingsMyIf I find the Fields Elysian As fair as those I leave Little Love Stories The marriage of Mr Leroy Roach of Columbia S C and Miss Sallie Fran cis formerly of this city was solemn ized on last Wednesday in Blackstock S C at the home of the brides uncle Mr James Jones Mica Francis it pleasantly remembered here being the youngest daughter oc Mrs W F Francis She has many friends here who wish her much happiness in her new relations Mr Roach is a prominent young business man and is the efficient bookkeeper for Young and Caldwell one 01 Columbias well known firms GARBETTBOAIS Mr Oscar B Garrett son of Exssheritt R M Uarrett slId Miss Sophia Boain daughter of W Boain one of our most prominent citizens were married at the home of the bride yesterday afternoon Rev D C McCallum of Lexington and formerly pastor of the Christian rhurch of tbi city officiating Mr Garrett Is one 01 our most promising young men and is exemplaryhabitsof Sherilf Dnrbin having gained a reputation for particular fitness foi this position under his father The bride is a beautiful young woman in whom there is manifested all the gen tie and lovable traits so much admired in womanhtod We wish for them the richest gift of fortune and happiness Estill Herald MrsGarretthas many relatives in Richmond and Madison county where she has often visited The marriage ot Mr Sam McGinn and Miss Hallie Hamilton will be sol emnized tomorrow evening at eight oclock at the home of Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr on Fifth street This carriage is the culmination of a courtship dating back a year or more Mr McGinn IK a native of Versailles Ky hut has made his home here for some time Heis at present brakeman on one division of L A passenger train He is a brother of Mesdames J cityHisSim Hamilton of Estill county and a ueice of Mr R L Gentry of this cityt has for the past two years been in the DryGoodshere who wish her much happiness in her new relations The happy couple will leave Friday for a visit to the brides parents atWisemantown Notice Rids will be received up to May 20 1900 for the building of the four story brick annex to the Commercial Hotel specificationsJOHN I VAN AKSDELL 2t Harrjdsburg Ky A Killing at Lancaster George Polland city marshal of Lancaster was shot and almost instantly killed by a man named Humbler who was also mortally woundea in the conflict The trouble anise our ot the previous arrest of Humbler by the marshall t The Lexington 0 era House Oue of tile most important events of the season at the Lexington Opera House will be the apperance of Viola Allen in her great Mircees The Toast of Town written lor Miss Allen by Clyde Fitch Miss Allen will be sure to attract larga crowds from the surrounding towns She will appear in Lexington Monday May 7 th Mati nee and right To The feople of Madison Cnnty You are earnestly urged in send in at over to the Madison County Home Coming Coinmitee the name and ad dresses of all your relatives and friend born in this county or descended from Its stock now living in other States to the end that invitations may be promptly sent them R W MILLRR Chairman tf 0 F HIGGiNS Sec Distinguished Lecturer Under the auspices of this Kpworth League of the M E church Dr John L Weber of Wincheifr will deliver his famous lectureHome Sweet Home at the GMIII Opera Honse in this city next Tuesday night May 1 st Dr Weber is one of Ken tuckys most gifted Orators and hia lecture will be a genuine treaL Admis sion 25 cts Oftldils Indicted According to a dispatch from Ml Sterling ot the 18lh instant true bills were returned against six Montgomery county officials by the giamJ jury Magistrate J W Henry Or L Dean Juet Perry and J H Sclinlls were indicted for alleged malfeasance W V Eubank Road Supervisor was in dieted fod alleged usurption of office andClty Jailer Lnngston was indicted for wilfully neglecting BI u allow jug a prisoner to escape To Resume WorK It is currently reported that the Richmond Cooperage Coirpswy originally the Hume Cooperage Company will resume work about August the first This extensive industry will give employment about 100 in the city and quite a number who will work in the woods getting timber The company that now owns the plant is competed of the hollowing well known men A R Btunam Jr R R Btirnam of Silver Creek and Hirm n Blow of Louisville It is the Intention of the now company to operate only the hand shop at first until futile r arrang ments as tp rail road ratesatid soon eaa be perfected This industry means much to our City anti we are triad te know that it will SOM hn ho1rra4ien adWft wish the Mr e+ uI U B IItI y- Spring Catarrh 8L IWltoe Mis IIMK Uaaer Gaaraaiie of Owe The changeable weather of Spring is directly responsible forthe prevalence of catarrhal troubles in Richmond at the present time Asa result B L Middelton has had a larger sale for Hyomel the past week than ever before in the years that he has handled this reliable treatment for the cure of catarrh Unlike the ordinary remedies that have been used in catarrnal troubles there is no stomach dosing with Hy omei It is breathed through a nest pocket inhaler that comes with every and is balsamic antiseptic penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose throat and lungs killing all catarrhal germs healing the irritated mucous membrane and effecting complete and permanent- cure If there is a single catarrhal germ in the system Hyomoi will search it and absolutely destroy it com eradicating the trouble The remedy has made so manycures among B L Miau el tons customers that he offers to pay for it himself if it does not benefit oven the worst case of catarrh The complese outfit costs only 1 consistingof an inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of Hyomei while extra bottles of Hyomei can be ob tamed for 50 cents There will not be even this small expense if Hyomei does not cure as B L Middelton will return your money Who tan Beit This Record Mrs J Wade Walker of this county gathered from 195 liens for the week ending April 14th 9 3 eggs a daily average of 129 The highest nninbur for one day was 154 She sold during the week 65 dozen for 780 Mrs Walker has Barred Rocks and Black M inorcas both excellent for egg pro duction Also a pen of Rhode Island RedsCentral Record SILVER CHEEK Mr and Mrs B J Kenth of Coving ton are visiting friends and relatives here Mr Jennings Harris and Miss Lucy Grizzard spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss tiallie Ieeks Mr and Mrs H C Mayhall have returned home after a pleasant visit hereAn entertainment was given at the Silver Creek school house Thursday and Friday night Mrs A F Burton is improving slowly Mr and Mrs R J Adams have re turned home after spending several days with their mother Miss Nannie M Davidson spent Sunday with Miss Madrue Farris Mr Joe Burnside spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents in Lancaster WACO Lexingtonlast dayslastMrs Lura Adkinson has returned to Corbin after several weeks stay with her daughters Mrs M W Miller Miss China Cornellson has oppened her Millenery store over Mr Barrel Moors store Miss Lucy Mahan of London began a protracted meeting at College Hill Monday night Mr Dan Rupard has gone to Gin cinnati BeattyvilieThursday I1Iiss Bessie Ponny Hamilton has returned home after several days stay with Miss Liza Miller Tharpe Mr Bum Zittle has returned front a visit to Beattyviile Miss Lillian Wilson school at this place will close Friday All the parents were delighted with Miss Lilian The Methodist Sunday School was organized at Pine Grove last Sunday supeteudenttant Supertinlent and Mrs Isaac as Secetary Miss Florence Alexander has returned from Richmond where she has been visiting for several weeks The Missionary Melodist Society MondaytoFarms and City property for sale D W TRIBBLE Real Estate Agt REWARDThe a rewardof 10 for evidence leading to the arrest and con viction ol the one or ones guilty of breaking three gas street lamps on Lancaster AvenueRichmond Water Light Co aprl8tf We take pleasure in announcing to our trad our advance styles in all the latest creations in Band Trimmings Embroideries Mulls Shadow Checks etc for Waists and Ginghams Postal us for samples and your wants will have our careful and prompt attentiotfYours respectfully OWEN McKEE j RICHMOND KY For Rent I have for rent 100 acre bonndry of blue grass land one mile and a half from Richmond The land will be rented from May 1 1006 Dec 1 1906 Plenty of water on the farmR J1fcKee tf Rich mond Kv Two lots for sale on fifth St next to the Methodist parsonage Mrs Nannie Wright Richmond Ky 2t Estrayed From my place ou April court day a deep red muley cow Liberal reward will be paid for return to undersigned REV lW PRATHER aprlSlf Richmond Ky Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Davis deceased are requested to file same with the undersigned properly verified as required by law en or before May 15 1906 or same will be barred aprlS 4t LYMAN PARRISH Admr Notice to Public The public is hereby notified that my land in and around KirksvilleKv is posted and that tresspasslng IB strictly forbidden Any violation of this notice will be prQSecuted according to law Mrs Alice Farris Klrksville Ky 4t Black Minorca Eggs for Sale I have forsale eggs from pure blooded Black Minorca chickens These fowls are the greatest egg producers and nonsetters Two hens in 30 days laid 44 eggs SI 00 for setting of 15 eggs Also limited number Fishels Strains white Plymouth Rock eggs for sale Chas M Embry Moberly Ky Phone 444x April 4 T mo Ftrthc Sale Unless sold or rented privately before that date I will offer for sale publicly on Thursday July 5 1906 on Lancas ter pike 4J miles from Richmond my farm containing 162 acres more or less On the farm is a good two story res idence containing eight rooms and kitchen with good barn ice honse and all other neccessary out buildings Miss Nannie M Ballard Box 502 Richmond Ky 22ap 1m For time immorial the wise of the East have predicted events of the future Why not profit by this and consult the Worlds Inuil Patoists 1irvo7nh d Mdiums They tell your name as soon as you enter also the name ofyour father and mother also name of the one yon will marry They coma bringing success with them They have traveled over twocontlnenta and astonished thou ands by their wonderful power fRINCES8 FLORA I l omethirg New t After some deliberation we decided drugbusiness theebestthe moat reliable markets While we have flown large assortmentofjewelrv- it is our to add to this stock until we can boaat of one of the most up todatp jewelry ablichments in Central KenUcky Our motto is to purchase the best goods antI sell them for a reasonable profit Mr M J Snannon of Findlay Ohio has ar rived and wilt hive charge of the re departmeutfr jeweirbusinessing entrusted tons will liavfimtnedia and careful attention The best workmanship guaranteed on all wor We Invite the public to call and in specs our nice line of jewelry arT soliciting a share of your patronag we remain Respectfully aprillgtf WINES CREEKMORE Free Round Trip To Lexington The merchants Association of Lox inaton is reaching out after new bust ness and until June 15th otTers to re fund railroads fares to out of towr patrons within a radius of fifty miles coil not to excee4 S 250 who purchase 25 or more from its members The Association is composed of lea ing merchants aware of the neccessi of providing complete and attraotiv stockeand can supply your wants in most satisfactory and economical mar tier When you start to Lexington buy round trip ticket if possible or pa cash faro to the conductor and take receipt On arrival iu Lexington ca on n member of the Association anJ ask for a rebate Bjipand have the plan yonFor write J G CRAMER Secretary aprl83t Lexington ky Notice to Contractors Sealed proposals will be received hv tt E Turely at State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky until 12 oclock noon on the 7 th day of May 1SC6 for labor and material required in the construe tion of two store rooms on main street occupiedbyPlans and specification are now on fit with the undersigned ou and after the 17 day of April 1906 Bide must be sealed anti addressed to R E Tnrte tae Hank Trust Co Richmond Kv marked Proposals for McKee fuji jugs The right will be served to any and alt bids apr83t OWEN McKEE SWAMI MTJHERJEA Hindoo Seer WRY NOT YOU They tell how to be successful how to win affections of the one you love They F warned and helped others Your comp destiny Is seen by them Dont compare th e clairvoyants with the ordinary palmists Demonstrating the Occult Art of India at th- eGarniuol This Week Electric Light Has Na Equal ITSBest for the eyes and health 4Best for your home office or store Best for an advertiser AUractiye pleasing and convenient The same wires supplying your light may be easily made to do a hundred other useful things Here are some of the things you can do Heat your curling irons Boil milk tea or coffee Heat your laundry irons Run your sewing machines Heat hot water bags for the sickroom In fact theres nothing you cant do All on m teryou pa for what you use no more See the latest electric lights The G E M High Efficiency High Candle Power Lamps are current savers and light producers Richmond Electric Power Co Schlegel Buildinr Telephone 486 w iT T TiI u t NoweReady JThis is Everybodys tlSHOE STORE t I Our business is growing We are trythg hard niakesdf wayweJ J OxfordsIet tillJrJ Ments Shirts and Neckties ofall Kinds AtJJf or a line of Trunks ValisesJand Handbags Underwear ttI Hats for Every Man at Hat Prices IeAn we ask before buy1nr is II look train you and we wn rfo tbl rest 1Hoping to se you in our store soon and often we are as ever J J wl Masters cot TribbIc Ky trI Cut Flowers and Blooming Plants AT ALBERTSPHONE at TIE LlIIDEIII PMNO- n the lead for70 years TIME IS THE TEST OF MERIT Seware of ImitatioN We believe that the 10 7en expert eace and reputt1on we our putilltoUathe most nU5flloctol7 Inatrnmenta ever put on the market Baa all the latest Every OIIe warranted MIY NOT allY TIlL lEST when the lnrithlDthereachotllDT one wanting a Piano Send for free mUll trated ctaloue u4 tuli infbrmtion- UNDEIAN I SONS PIANO CO 648550 West 23rd Sf IIew York aprII6muntLi Ie liLTheGOOds ehindtheAiI 4 c It is like the fragrant ofspring to see 4our new line Makes you think of the gladsome Ir days when the summer stiushine makes its first appearance Maks buying an en thusiastic pleasure 2Our line of CARPETS and RUGS will inter est you LO9x12 Axminsters Smiths 2250 r49x12Brussels 16 and 18 9xl2Irrrains S9 Our exclusive line of FURFITURE will please you iW S OLDIJAMR- ICHMOND KY IeII 1 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY ncoEioax2D Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana t We can putyou In quick and satisfactory communication with the I of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facllltle unsur aIKS IE cAiowEL 4 W Kun J11 vij4u Hen cqp rr Always YourService 1 RegularDinner Cents JI Free Check Room ImproTemcnta breath people Dassod TheHome Restaurant and Lunch Counter For Ladies and- Gentlemen Lusby and Dunn J Harry Lusby Manager Lexington Kentucky 109 N Mill Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT srANOARO- IzCDForAll LiveStockEASY AND SAFE TO USE The Most and Lunch Counterin South IIIIH GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES II PdOHIflITATINC INEXPENIIYEaU- 1fDFcrouDU II A14 PARKE DAVIS 09 DetroltNIob rc4IMit- Perr3r ThctiA- bK rO YEE RO4ST- p UptoDate Restaurant EFFECTIVE 1k Iichinond Climax I QIEDNZSDAY APR 25 1906 Great Activity re shown without any dtsagreae tltiveseat oX your trouble when you are a 11HeadacheIt gently blJtirmlv drives out the poisons that are causing your Illnesssand braces up all your organs to do theit proper work Try ItTSold by Perry Thomas at 500 1 00 Money hack if It faUsIhave never known a man so wiseI bathe did not do foolibh thlnJtlI Ptumisesnotonlycome home to roost d thoy also lay for von No man can see with his eyes aloneG heavy impure blood makes amndl1yI pimply complexion headaches nausea s indigestion Thin blood malee yonr wea1 pale sickly Burdock Bloodh Bitters makes the blood rich red pure stores perfect healthgAutomobiles have horns but thatt isnt what makes them dangerouso A wasted opportuidtv never comes back for a second trial o Is there a person in the world that Is absolutely truthful In all things The Perfect Way Scores of Richmonds Utzcs Hue learned If you suffer from hick ache There Is only one way to cure It The perfi ct way Is to cure the kid neys kidneysSpglfctDoans Kidney Pills are made for thf kidneys only John Singleton of nigh street Versailles Ky says I hay suffered from kidney paths end Ir regular and distre lIlng action of the kidneys for years There was a severe aching pain across the small of my back At times the aching was constant and often so severe thatI could scarcely g et ariund Ibesenrc- tlons from the kidneys were of high color scalding and their Irtquenc- gi eatly disturbed my rest at night Ever since I took a hard coM a year or so ago whleh settled in my back the trouble has been much worse J tried different remedies but with lit tie or no success until I saw Doans Kidney Pills reccommended by people near who had used them I procured a bx and took It I was helped ince and contllJued to take them unI1111 had used three boxes In aU they did me a wonderful lot of good wa I felt better and stronger in everyf PI more proot like this from Rlclmond people Call at B L Middfltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale by an dealers Price bG cents JooJoterMllburn Co Remember the name Doans and take no other t Its mighty espy to mistake venom for virture rblunt man uiualy has a sharp l tongue It takes married genius to in vent a new excuse I have never kzown II peron to sue ceed In life that did lIet attend to his own business A Thousand Dollars Worth of GoodJI have bten afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble foryenrs passing gravpl or stones with excrucIating pain suys A H Thurnes a well known coal opertor of Buffalo 0 I got no relief from medicine until I began taking Folays Kidney Cure then the result was surprisIng A few doses started the brickdust likeI substance and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feOl like a new man It has done me 1000 worth of good Foleys Kidney Cure will cure every form of kidney or bladder disease Sold by R C Stockton Zntucky zoosc Eggs The following notice was taken frcm the New York Fruit and Produce Nes of March 24 Coleman Nefiol J H Neff Co isI in Pittsburg wIth a car of eggs and a car of poultry for C R Ferguson Mr Neff says the outlook for poultry ot all kinds rs good ThlR year Net Co the largest dealers ot poultry in Ken tucky handled 10000 gese The firm bought them in aU parts of the state antI fattened them in their large goose pens here The pens are so large tLit they will hold 2tiOO geese which number NeffCo usually fatten at one time These geese were mostly marketed in Chkago Pittsbnrg New York and other points east In speaking of goose eggs Mr Nefrsays Kentucky will make a record this year in the production of goose eggs The geese seem to be in a producing humor this spring and lay regardless of snow Our thin has already handled thousands of goose eggs and will handle thousands more during the short season For hen eggs we pay 10 12c a dozen and they are plentiFul Many hundred crates are shipped to us and besides nearly every day countrymen bring to our store 75 to 100 baskets of eggs When they are doin that hens and eggs are both abundant It Js a sign that never fails Thousanfa from Other States Will Attend Con futllCt of Education In the South The Lexington Leader says Since local preparations were begun for the reception and entertalnl1t of the Conference for Education in the South which meets in Lexington May 2 and 4 a vast amount of work bas beer accomplished by the local Executive have been pouring In upon the corresponding secretary notifying him that the writers would be present at the conference and most of then asking that quarters be reserved fo r them The indications point to tbe probability ofso many perstn being prent from points outside the State of Kentucky thatat the meeting of the Executive Committee the question of hoW to dispose of them was diacusse I moat seriously It was estiated that with the undoubted large attendance from the Southern States the strangers from other States will number at leas- two thousand The address of welcome will be delivered by HonJ O W Beckhaui Governor of Keetaeky It is impossible at this date to pre sent the complete piogram Among the speakers will be rofN S Shalet of nlrvard UnJversltljDr Brown Ayres Frsrdent ot the UBneretty 0 Tennessee IfonIobn W Yerkes1o Washington D41ad Oov Folk o MI MOOrf All penoo xeiIiig so attendtbi- Conkrene IOOtIIdmUBHreMrl- yu ettIeiL wit Dr Qeerge JI07 saoOOolforEdtlcMIosl 1 be bub xmnlton rP3 Happenings in Kentucky GOLD RECOVERED Marahar FWedMtji4j H ifTin Shot Kllllnt HI Prisoner Campbellsvllle Ky April 16Shoth- rough the hIp by a friend ot a negro e had just placed under arrest City Marshal Luther Taylor of this place illed his prisoner wounded another an routed the bunch of friends Who ad gathered and recovered 800 of- tolen money The chief of police of- ouisville last night phoned Marshal aylor to be on the lookut for Lee avis colored who had stolen 1300 n gold found while excavating for the eter Lee Atherton building Andrew avis a brother came In on a train morning and procuring a rig rove to his home tour miles south of the city paying for the rig with a 20 old piece Taylor and Deputy Sheriff eorge Jones followed and called to avis to come out of the house As he- tepped out they placed him under ar est Taylor began a search and dis- overed It quantity of gold coins In a ip pocket As he tried to take them out one of a crowd of negroes who had athered fired the bullet passing throuh the marshals hIp He at once ut loose his first shot blowing the top f the prIsoners head off and the next wounding Porter DavIs a brottier The ther negroes then lied The deputy sheriff found 40 20 gold pieces In Davis pocket and It Is supposed Lee DavIs II still In Louisville with the 11i00 The chances are about even for Marshal Taylors recovery NEW ERA IN EDUCATION Annual Convention of Intercollegiate Association of Kentucky Colleges LexIngton Ky April GThe Intercollegiate association or Kentucky cot convenltlonpresent from the Ove Central Kentucky Institutions of learning tresident- fJames K Patterson or State college also presIdent of the association re- pviewed the educational development or colleges and universities from their stablishment until the present time and showed In an able manner how the nstitutions had broadened their phere of work ProtA H Throck morton of Central university spoke In behalf of thcConference for education fn the south which Is to be held here next month lie predIcted that the coming conference will mark a new era in the educational progress of this commonwealth and the entire south 11 SELLING WHISKY ILLEGALLY a Riley Collins Opened Fire on Sheriff KIsr Who Shot Him DeadI Lexington Ky April 16A special rom Sergeant Letchor county states hat at Tac Va just acroes the Kentucky line Sheriff Kiser went to the home of Riley Kiser 19 to arrest Collins for illegally selling whlllky CollIns opened fire on the omcer who shot hIm dead Lincoln Collins father or the boy pursued Sheriff lUser to Wise county Va with a vowed Inten ion of killIng him was arrested ando placed In jail Lincoln Collins says he will kill the sheriff as soon as re easedcA Posse Searching For Dyer Zalyersville Ky April 16KnowI- ng that If captured lie will probably be lynched fully armed and prexredo o sell his liberty as dearly as Will Press Dyer is hiding In the caves of the mountains near here Meanwhile a posse of 50 determined men s searching for him Capt W H Brown At Lexington Lexington Ky April l6capt W Harry Drown of Plttsburg arrived here and In company with Manager Samuelson looked over the destrucUon wrought by fire Friday at the racetrack Capt Brown expressed himself- as pleased that the dtrmage was not greater A Killing At Cloyds Landing Durksvllle Ky April l5AtCloyds Landing on the CUmberland river Willie VlIbere It Is said shot John Walter with a 44caUber pIstol the ban taking effectln his left sIde and probably fatally wounding him Bystanders say It was done wIthout provocation A Peacemakers Fate RIchmond Ky April 16At Union City this county Rob rt Gillen jr 22 was killed his throat being cut by Jim Deney jr 25 Trouble arose between Denney and Henry Staner and they came to blows GlUen endeavored to separate them Denney was arrested Governor Improved In Health Frankfort Ky April 16Goy Beck ham and Adjt Gen Percy Haly will return to Frankfort from French Lick Springs md thIs week and the gOY ernor Is expected to be back at hIs desk Tuesday morning Both he and lien italy are much Improved la health Mining Company Reorganized GlasgoW Ky April J6The School fieldSpees MinIng Co of Marion Ky has been reorganIzed and named the SchoolfieldSpees iUlng and Ml1Iinlt- Co with a capital stock of 100000 Work will ho rapIdly pushed at the mines No Delay Caused By the Fire Lexington April l6Presldent Matt J Wlnn of the AmerIcan Turf assocla Lion was here to vieW the ruIns of the fire PresIdent Wlnn said that the fire would In no way interfere with the stabling ot horses expected here Bad Stomach Makes Bad Blood You eari not mako sweet butter In foul unclean churn The stomach serves as a churn In whIch to agitate work up and disintegrate our loud as It Is being digested If It be weak sluggish and foul the result will be torpid sluggish liver blood The Ingredients of Dr l1ercesGo1den Medical Discovery are just such as best serve to correct and cure all such der- angementt It Is made up wIthout a drop of alcohol In Its composition thcm Ically pure glycerine being used Instead of the commonly employed alcohol Now this glycerine Is of Itself a valuable medicine Instead or a deleterl ous agent like alcohol especially In tilE cure of weak stomach dyspepSIa and the various forms of Indigestion FInley Ellingwood M D of Bennett Medics College Chicago says of It In dysepsta Itliene8 en excellent purpose It Is ono lit the best manuaCt- ure1 ot the present tuna in iO litomachsicspeclallgastr1ttcatarrhaI It sa most eltlclent preparation OIcerlne will relieve manJ cases ot pyrosls heartburn and excessIve gastric acidity Is usefulta chronic Intestinhi dypcpsls eswc1sIy Ui otItory and ucretory functions ot the 1I1te5t1n- lclands When combined In just the right proper tlons with Golden root Stone root Black Cherrybark Queens root Blood root and Mandrake root or extracts of these U In DrPlerces Golden Medical DfiSCOvery there can be no doubt of itt great efficacy In the cure of all stomach liver sad Intestinal disorders and derange meats These several Ingredient have the stroogest endorsement In an suet eases of such eminent medical leaders at tProf R Jrtholow JiL Dof Jeffeaon Med G1lee Ctdeego Prol licliartA liars K a ot Medical rtment1 UnlTerslt ot- PLProL Laurence oItfIson1I D MedIc- aliepartiseat Unlveo New York Prof IdWIR M hale D Bhnemrn Medics II4pCbllNOtfrot Jobs X tcudder M D M II Authors ot t1l8 American Dpvasatory aol scors 01 Nien smueg Ie Jtadtne medical men of oar land Who can doubt the curative virtues of aJMdlel1le the lagredlensi Of which have l eniorement 1foMtIpaneared1lr Ji Buckwheat Cakes made with Royal Baking Powder Are delicious and wholesomea perfect cold weather breakfast food Made in the morning no yeast no set ting over night never sour never cause in digestionTo make a perfect buckwheat cake and a thousand other dainty dishes see the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook Mailed free to any address ROYAL POWDER CO NEW YORK The Hair- of Youth IATTEMPTE TO KILL HIS WIFE Elihu Thomas Decorator Shot Her Twice Then Shot HimselfI Louisville Ky April tempt or B husband to kill his wife by his suIcide and successful efforts at selfdestructlon by two other ersons were tlR features of Louis yUles criminal record Tuesday Elihu r Thomas a decorator shot his wife r twice and then turned the weapon up on himself dying Instantly Mr- bThomas who before br marriage was the daughter of a well known phy 1lician is paralyzed from the waIst down Ba the result of her wounds but- Thas a chance for recovery TOO wifes Jealousy or her husbands attention to another woman Is alleged to have been h he cause of the tragedy While hisa arms were clasped around him nd she wMendeaonng to prevent the deed Frrd Dlerslng a dairyman cut his own threat dying lmost In tantly The dead body of L E Llad nar was foundil a vacant house whither he had gone to commIt suicide ENGINEER FLEMINGS SLAYER He Was Arrested Near Manchester and Makes a Confession Manchester 0 April lSJacob s Mitchell a negro arrested near here because ho answered the description f the man who slew Engineer Flem- Ing on the Queen Crescent train near Ludlow later broke down and- onfesed that he was the man wanted He related the details of the murder or the engineer and then sIgned a written copy of his story In the pros or Attorney W F Foster and soy ral witnesses HIs recital or the tragedy tallies with that of the fireman who was on the engine with Fleming at the time He declares that he killed Fleming In selfdefense however saying that the engineer fred at him three times as he ran and that ho then turned back and fired In return PROMINENT MEN INDICTED SteAling Cattle Malfeasance and Usurpation of Office Are Charged Lexington Ky April 18A special from Mt Sterling Ky states that Matt Oldham a prominent farmer was Indicted In the circuit court there on a charge of stealing cattle tram John T Woodford and selling them Old ham has disappeared Magistrates Newton Perry J H Shultz C L Dean and J W Henry were also Indicted at Mt Sterling for malfeasance In office W W Eubank supervisor of turnpikes was Indicted for usurpation of office Bench warrants were Issued for all parties Indicted All are promInent DEATH DUE TO EARACHE A Case That Has Few If Any Parallels In Medical History Loulsvlle Ky April 1SAI she was beIng lifted from bed preparatory to her removal to an Infirmary Miss Alice BedInger dIed suddenly The at tending physician stated that the death was due to earache and that the case had few It any parallels In medl cal hIstory Miss Bedinger was the daughter or a Presbyterian minister orLunenburg Va The Jury Disagreed Covington Ky April lSThe jury In the 50000 damage suit of the widow and children of William J Thacker agaInst John Gordon and others of Fleming county for the lynching of Thaclter by hanging were unable to agree on a verdict In the United States court The Mystery Unraveled Louisville Ky April 1SThe mys tery ot the burled pot or gold unearthed by negroes at the new Mary Ander son theater has been unraveled TheI money Is Ir part of 20000 In gold bus led during the cIvil war by Abraham tYjIngiving name s In jail at Georgetown accused by Wm HInes of attempted criminal asault on a little girl at Yarnalltown StationS The prisoner will be brought city where Hines swore out the wax rant The Fall Broke His Neck Georgetown Ky April 184Willtan a Lewis Tuesday mysteriously tell through the barred ihtrd floor wi nit OW ot Millers restaurant where he Is em ploynd Ho struck tM edge of the concrete pavement splitting his hearl and breaking his neck Forty IndIctments Returned Frankfort Ky April lSThe Franklin grand jury which has bee Investlgath rumors In oonnecUoR with efforts to defeat reeet legisltIoii taxing rectified liquors together with other matterS returned 40 Indictments- whlch were withheld Hand of Destiny Guards Engineer Louisville Ky April l8The hand t destiny seems to guard Pope Me KGIlBanenglneer on the L N He was ill and his substitute Join D GradY wea given hIs run The ell t line turned over Ild Grady was killed Kill Him In BarboursVll1e Ky SelfDefenseI oIde4 setIoa In a1Wewhenhewasplacedor the i Mkn4i OWB behalton the barg- of i i Wiling Jwk Bolin He kInbet In selfdefaae Iii Mateo ther s jU wldck Ooa slats tII an oak tNe with lLioUla 4 IIr j iA ijI JUchhair heavy hair long lux graylineand does not fall out The kind of VegetableToe th whikui s4 moultach we make BUczJNoaaws DYE Uellilln s rteh brown tlraonbladr RP MALL NhttaNR H ALMOST REACHED SHORE U Believed By Some Friends That He Did Not Try To Reach It Owensboro Ky April l7Dld Thomas Leisure want to hvfra recon iliation with his wife This Is the question whIch Is being asked by those who saw him drown In Rough iver Some time ago Leisure sepa ated from his young wife Friends ave been endeavoring to restore 118aceful relations between the two ut not until recently did they succeed obtaining the consent of the young man to return to his wlfes home and talk over their differences together o reach the home It was necessaryj for him to cross Rough igh waters of the spring had washed way the bridges and Leisure had about decided to abandon hIs visit when ho suddenly exclaimed that he would swim across the river He could see his wlfes borne and she was await- Ing his coming willing for the reconciliation He removed his coat and plunged Into the water When withIn 10 feet of the oPposite shore he calledCo his frIends on the bank that drowning Without struggling he sank land did not rIse His body was recovered It is believed by some of the frIends that he dId not try to reach the hore TRAGEDYcJALMOST A TRIPLE Killed Wife Shot at Her Mother Then Turned Weapon on Himself Portsmouth 0 April 17What came nell being a triple tragedy greatly stirred up the little town of Lime vllle Ky 10 miles east of here when Thomas McNeal aged 20 shot his young wife Ella McNeal aged IS- tbrough the heart then fired at but missed her mother and after fleeing to the hills turned the weapon on himself but was not dangerously wounded The wife dIed Instantly The mother was bent over a wash tub In a neighbors yard opposite the house In which McNeal had lay concealed for several hours awaiting the opportunity He shot himself through the breast Jealousy prompted the murder Ho and his wife had separated at frequent Intervals during theIr two years or married life The murderer Is a son of William McNeal a prominent storekeeper A MAN HUNTiBut the Slayer of Engineer Fleming Is Still At Large Covlngton Ky April l7The slayer of Engineer Tom R Fleming oLthe Cincinnati Southern road Is still at large A man hunt for the murderer reinforced by a pair of bloodhounds was begun early In the day but toward nightfall It was abandoned According to the story of Fireman Odenwald the only witness of the tragedy FlemIng was shot while on his engine about 130 ocloct Monday morning by a negro The man was stealing a ride and In an effort to put him off Fleming was klllcd lie receIved a bullet wound In the head It was fired from a 38callber revolver and fractured the skull In three places THEIR EXTREME YOUTH It Saved Boys Charged With Assault From Being Lynched London Ky April IGHrtbert and Ed Scarce negroes 7 and 12 respec tively and Morton Smith 10 Taylor Dixon 12 and Charlie Dixon 7 all white assaulted Anna Mary Cyearold daughter of W J Armstrong an Insurance agent They were arrested and put In jail They were arraigned before the county judge and held In 100 bonds Hubert Scarce pleaded guilty and was sent to the house of reform to remain until he Is of age The probablyIInjured Poslmastera For Kentucky Washington April l7The follow lug postmasters were appointed for KentucKY Alpha Clinton county Harvey T Denney Knowlton Powell county AndreW J Mcintosh Lotus Bunltt county Eliza F Clayton Race ton Muhlenberg county George IL Knight Shell Lealle county Allison H Shell Passenger Train Jumped Track Gleneoe Ky April 17A passenger traIn jumped the track north of Ellis ton derailing the entire train John D Grady engineer was killed Harry Dunaway the fireman was scalded and will dia Baggagemaster Bullock was cut on the head and face C E Hull chief mall clerk was Injured 11Gov Beckham At Home Flankfort Ky April 17Coy Bock ham returned from French Lick nlfIngof the recently appointed lager tlJe w law Tall Kentuckian Dead Lebanon Ky April iLJerry Der lag 65 Is dead at his home In the upper eBI ot thIs cOunty Mr D ring was ost aster at Riley aadaf pre ably the tallest man in Central Ken eucky He was 85 inches it height- En Route To Indian Territory Lexingtee Ky April 7A1fWnc a number of prospectors est routeto the Indian Territory from Knott county are Robert Bates a wealthy laM own St RSMayRLeeStawartWWB- aket and Irvine StaceyCo Tt Xnglish echoed of wato eater JIIIkl f D W TRII3BLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY J O DM OHENAUL1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W MILLERpATTOIUIUlxawRI- OUM01fD XJcrrvcn- omce n the flnrnaza Building nut door to armers National Bank feb3ly- I A BD IcjivArsi cr ATTOJUiEYATAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co posite Court House on Main Streetas LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY J J GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Office over C A Taylors bard ware store opposite Court House DrGGPerryPhysician Surgeon oari8tOtollam 2t04pmO- tflce with Dr Bales over Rice Arnc ls- esTele 621 RICH310N KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PRONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUOKY c Mar3hall K Denny Dentist omce over State Bank Trust Co Telephone2HS RIChMOND KY vM Blanton DENTIST omce in Bennett Building snly TELEPHONE IDa +i + CALL AT ONES MERS11ONSl a SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWNd and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Saratoga Water Kept on Ta- c hone 3 Second St- kDLcOTh f 05 SooS Columh 0 t tlyEanaai3erk ffmnilhKido7LMRwRHEUMmH WIJ cured with Boltlf In J Sold I OruJlS i5t- Also1 I PERRYTflOMAS DrugStore WOOLBring us and receive the highest market price for same We desire to purchase an the Wool in Madison and adjoin ng counties We will pay you 30 cents per pounds GottBrosRichmond Kentucky Now is the Time to leave orders for eggs for setting Or ler early and you won have to wait when your hens have gone to setting I have the White Plymouth Rocks Fhhels tra nand they have made the worlds record on laying They grow faster and are healthier Egg l0Q per 15 A good hatch guaranteed O D MILLER Richmond Ky 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 Not Only at Christmas is our line of gOOdS desirable but at al times of the year We carry such a beautiful line of Silver Cut Glass Clocks Watches and Jewelry of every description that it attracts all lovers of the beaut1filfoo our store We make a specialty of engraving Watch repairing carefully itthnded to Our stockis complete our price rlsonable Give usa call La ElaneWC1tt It J Our Spring Stock o- fIDjanos and OrgansHas The finest stock of PIanos and Or an8 are now on at our srore corn osed of the wonderful Masbn Hamlin HazeltonHaines Schubert Foster Co- Armstrong Marshall Wendell nd inany other famous makes to elect from Mason Hamlin Chicago Cottage Cres- centORGANS This stock Is now complete and the payment can be arranged to suit the customer and prices they are ROCK BOTTOM Call or write us for Information at once while the line is complete tO qTO m l1gc eO 146148 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky ommi iDn r ilB LSesrcy and Richmond stional Dank PlaIntiffs glnstWaco Mining Manufacturing Company etc Defendant Notice of Salem Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order otSale ol theFebruarycause the undersigned will on Monday May 7 1906 between the hours of IU30 oclock am and CbelOItCouatyproceed to expose to public sale to the hlgbeHL properl7A Certain Lot or Parcel of Land InMdlsoncountanticit R about miles from RIchmond at- 5earcystation Onthisland lamented brick nd tile factory whIch Includes all of the dry Toddhousestblelne00e Preese tile and brick mill all the utomatlctilepreas shingle die brick dies and all the tool pallet and paraphernalia connected with the plut Also all defendants right title and interest In Dud to lease hold Interest In about 1860 acre prtlculardlscrlpllondeed books of the Madison County Clerk omce where said leases are recorded This Is fartoryInon Lad surrounded by a body of tIe finest lay In the world It haying been awarded the I medal at all the recent expositions and Worlds Fair TERMSMale will be made on a credIt of 8 1 and l8months The purchaser wIll be quired to gIve bond wIth approved security or the payment of the purchase money 10 have tee force and effect of a Judgment bear Inlt lenllutereot from thdy of with Lien reserved upon said property 01tfi an the purchase money Is paid T H COLLINS 31011 C C L N Tim o Ta11at Ar No S Clilclunatl and Knox Li- tf45 pm vll1e Exess south bound 12M No2 Kuoxvllle CluutI- IM p m Elpreu north bound 200pm- No4 Knoxville CJnnati- 405am Elpreu north bound 410am No t Knoxville Clnnati- 1154pm Expreassouth bound 1159pm No 10 Stanford and Maya 810 am yUle Accm north bound SIO a m No Stanford and My720 P m yule Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 RIchmond to lit Vernon Accm south bound 9l5 a mI No 29 Cynthlana and 940 a m Stanford expsouth 150 p m 350pm No 30 north bound 3 opu toii11 t1tic Ri1ro Q DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINSLEAVE ItICHMOND For VeraaillesLawrenceburg Shel pmndFor IrvIne and BeUvIll8 85 aui For Irvine and BeUyvll1e 1125 Lm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and I nuamCincInnati I From fleattyvllls and IrvIne 130 p m From BeaUyvllle and Irvine 635 pm- HRSSIITIIGFPAVersailles Ky RAWoolumns omceOlyndon Hotel Richmond try rkot iiti niwy The Midland T1oute LOCAL TIME TAIILE CENrRAL it it POINTS 2 00 P 8 20 a L Frankfort A 25 a 247p p 74taA Georgetown A 940a625- 325p p 7SOaA Paris L 830a54- 2Sltpll42SA p Winchester L709a24S- S P 15 p 9 50 a A MsvlJle L 5 45 a t 15 P 400p s2ta Cynthiana J 502- 720p1251pA Richmond L72Oa1M lOOp 10 30 a A Cincinnati LI 2 M OEO D HARPER C W HAYS Pres and Oen Supt OPAT- HE MOST REfRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD gAI sit Saloons Groceries Cafes and 5luclto lie a Bottle Chesapeake 8l Ohio RAILWAY Schedule from Winchester Ky Jj effect February 1 1906 subject to change without notice IIFor toulsvillp NnehvJle Memphis and S utiiws- t1l57a in OlSp m daily Wee- bound Local Trains 855a in 630 p m except Sundav for Washington Baltimore Philadelphia New York RichmoudOld Point and Norfolk 730 a rn 438 p rn dally Eastbound Local Trains 6CO a m 245 p moo except Sands KILLrHzCUCH T AND CURE THE LUNGS i I KingsIl I cfOLtS Price SOc SLW Free Trial WNt and QuickHt Cure for all I 1 tJIjLMJ tlobyBQHtOekWa Red Mens FREE STREET AN- DCARNIYAL Week Commencing April 2323Inc- lusive The K G Barkoot Co will put on the best Carnirval Shows ever seen in this city Every show is highclass and recommended by Press and Public The Shows are as follows The City of 1t I I Jerusalem The only Show of the kind II America The Old Plantation and Georgia Minstrel where you will laugh and forget youa troubles Oriental Theatre eoplo from far Eastern Countriea The best show of the kind on the road 4GaulANNIE the famous Serpentine Dancer SIN canuot be equaled Louis Vendome Theatrt Electric Theatre all run by elee- ricity containing highciassassoif nent or moving pictures The Hindoo Mystery where you see people from far India presenting wonderful acts The Vaudeville Show High class for ladies and childres I The Snake Charmer The Fat Boy 642 pount The Ferris Wheel A Trip to the Skyii MerrygoRoundthe We expect to have In addi- tionDallita the smallest mother in the world The mother is 32 inches in height weighs 86 pounds age 22 The baby is 10 weeks old weighed 4 poundn when born 6 pounds now All these wonders to be seen with the Carnival The High Diver Dave DErla champion onearm hik diver of the world Prof Scarti and SlIver Lake the wonderfu i casting actor at 2 and 730 pmf The K G Barkoot IutIiaf Bud t tEdveryNight rJpromptly MONDAY APRilj 23 1rff lrr r 1 w I i it c 7i Ei K 0 7 TfW t Weve all the and too for more or less Surreys Runabouts It T Virmo 939 A NICE have too that we are here and you can us time before 142 142 I he WEDNESDAY APR 190G Cynthiana is to have overall factory is putting in valiant work these pretty days Dont tail to hear Dr J Addisoi Smiths lecture on Msy 11th Admit eion only cents The new street sprinkler has been operation this weep and it is proving itself a friend indeed during these day of extreme dust Dr Thomas Electric Oil is the befit remedy for that often fatal disease croup Has been used with success in our family for eight years Why buy a cat in a sackat our exhibit next week wo will show you o Majestic actual operation C E DOUGLAS Co A t the preliminary hearing Thurs day Jas Denny charged with killing Robert Gillen Jr waived examining trial and was held over to the grand jury Rev F M Hill will preach the Methodist church next Sunday at 11 a in and 730 p m The membersaio earnestly requested to attend and friends and strangers are cordially invited Mrs William Devore and Mrs Jennie Dovore formerly of this city are engaged the millinery and dress making business at Beattyville They tave many friends here who wish them much success in their undertaking The Majestic Manufacturing Co of St Louis Mo will have a man at our etoreall next week who will show vou how to hake biscuits brown topand bottom in three minutes Dont miss this chance of seeng the groat cooking wonder- C E DOUGLAS Co Symsonia Ky March 301903 Dr E Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI would liketo become your agent for the sale your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life ot one man whom two doctors had given up to de and there is none of your medicine nearer than fifteen miles this place 80 I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agencv as soon as pos sible ED DRAFFES Symsonia Ky A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emic sitiiB weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all the kid neys and bladder in both men womAn regulates bladder troubles inI children not sold bv your druggist ment and eldom fails to perfect n rnre Dr Ernest W Hall sole mann facturer P O box 629 Louis Mo Rend for Sold by all dni2B tfq 3m aytf J A Our i Phaeton probably contains more real dollar for dollar value thaw anything you could select Jt is fitted with our guaranteed rubber tires of largo size natural grain seat rockers covered with patent leather full leather ton with guaranteedOur 130001 otherkinds vehidesconcernedaboutKentucky Carriage Works GINSJHOW ABOUT CONCRETE PAVEMENTwe experiencewhichRemember at Home find at yourCELLAR W R Letcher JrTelephone Telephone Richmond Climax 25 an WillopusWallopus 25 in in at in W of sold of irregularities of If 1OlISt testimonials i 13000 Lost An open driving bridle over check and rein on West Main Street Leave at this office 1 t sro Reward I will pay ten dollars reward for the return or information leading to recov disappearedfrom Is a red and the other n black setter UACKELFORDtf One of the UrnlTals thief Attractions The Worlds Greatest Clairvoyants and Palmifcts are holding forth this weekat the carnival in the Eastern part of the city Princess Flora and aArami Mukerjea are said to have no equal They tell your name as soon as mnnytlnngsfare Ke sure to ROC them while attend ing tie carnival this week tree flower StMj mid Ush Prizes For ChlHren Mayor Woods asks us to announce that he will present to every child who will apply in person or by postal after May 10 a package of choice flower seeds with the understanding that they are to plant them and then at the proper timehe will award five cash prizes of earh for the five most beautiful displays growing in their yards This ought to be an incentive generally to the of Rich mond TO Boy NewStock Mr B W Turner has gone East to purchase a new stock of goods for bill nephew Mr S A Turner who will open up a first class dry goods store in the room formerly occupied by his uncle Mr IS Elder lately of the firm of Kuguely Elder will be associated with Mr Turner and this new firm will be sure to enjoy a liberal share of trade They will begin business with a complete new stock Both Mr Turner and Air Elder are experts in the dry goods business and we not only wish but we predict for them much success An Honor For Richmond The annual meeting of Kentucky Baptists will be held in this city June 18th to 21st inclusive It is expected that about flve hundred visitors will be in attendance This meeting is quite an honor for Richmond in veiw of the tact that several other towns were anxious for the gathering However through the effort of Rev G W Shepherd the earnest pastor of the local church the meeting was secured for Richmond Our citizens will no doubt ted an interest in this great gathering of Kentucky Baptists and should rally to the support of Brother Shepherd aid his flock in caring for and entertaining the visitors Rich mond is noted for her hospitality and this approaching convention will be met with the usual good will and cordiality of our people WANTED All kinds sewing Mrs E A King phone 378 fifth street tf STATEMENTOf State Bank St Trust Company as made to the Secretary of State March 31 1906 N RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 367304 10 Trust Funds Loaned o 38495 74 Overdrafts 6251 67 Due from Banks 70526 34 Real Estate i 7 82177 50 Cash in Vault T 26779 84 Furniture and Fixtures IV 4000 00 Lxpense and Taxes Paid 3001 96 All other Assets 1489 58 Total vi 55DD26 73 LIABILITIES Capital Stock I 150000 00 Surplus Fund It i 11500 00 Undivided Profits u 5987 24 Deposits V 328768 68 Due to Banks 9996 91 Trust Funds H 43773 90 Total ct 550026 73 I R E TORLEY Cashier of the above named Bank state under oath that theabove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me byRE1urley this April 3 1906 L P EVANS Notary Public CorrectH HANGER SULLIVAN JNO R GIBSON trimmings beautifying Directors TO THE PUBLIC We call attention to the abovesjbafement Withample capital larcfe resources and a mo i proof safe and vault we are well equipped to care for your businecs We are authorbwd by law to serve you in any capacity that a bink or an individual can and we desire and invite you to do business with us State BankJTrust Company J ky4WWHwWW iHlW i k 0 L L q te iii q4- tr 3i i II II 11 1 1SF Uo 4 i1t If every man knew alt about Collars wed J sell all the collars in ib brand are pure linen and far and away the finest o sold for th price 2 Good Collars 10 cents It MetAt Grays r Spriozs The annual mill summer meeting of the Kentucky Press Association will ln held luring the coming summer at irayson Springs One day of the meet Inewill be spent at Biiwlinjr Green and Front there the pencil pusherswill BO to G ray so n for a few ilnys of pleasure and outing To Richmond Jailer W K Fitznenild will leave thist afternoon for Richmond where he will attend Federal Jourt He will take the Bovernment prisoner Bill Allen who will be tried formoonphinine Allen was arrested some time ago by Deputy Marsha Mines at Stanford andarraicned blore Commissioner TnwwIII He waRr held to the Federal Grand Jury It isr claimed Allen has been operating in Jackson county Danville Advocate Signature Not SIgned We are In receipt of n communica tion from Panola but RI no name was ii ned the article was placed in the waste basket It in strictly against the rules of a printing office to publish any correspondence not signed ThillC doesnt rean the writers name is to ippear in print but thin is a rule which must be observed Wo trust any nneI endintrin any news items or correspondence of whatsoever nature willI bear this in mindIA Thing of Beauty With a few touches of a master hand the fountain in the Court Houte yard lisa been transformed into a thing of beauty Under time splendid taste of our Rifted flemish Albert Reichspfarr the fountain looms forth now as a verit able flower garden filled with choicest plants and blooming flowers from his green houses In the center of tile green lawn under the thickly shaded trees the scene is most entrancing and reflects great credit to Albert and sets off onr public square as nothing else can A Spleniil Edition The Climax is in receipt of a copy of the History of Irvine and Estill County The edition comprises thiity pages of wellwritten historicallfllctl illustrated with splendd views of scenes in and aroundIrvino together vith half tone engravings of Estilla mminent citizens The edition which gotten out by Mr E O Park II uotonly acredit to the facile writer but to the little city of Irvine and the county of Estill The History is up to the high standard of like editions issued from cities and counties of greater population and wealth and is indeed a credit to all concerned Notice- I B W Turner this day turn my itockof mercliandiseover to my nephew S A Turner whom I cheerfully rec ommend as a thoroughly reliable and progressive young man and kindly ask my Intends customers and the public in general to give him a chance to dem onstrate the above- I will leave for New York about May 1st to 6th and shall assist him in buy lug as I will be in the market on the ground floor with access to all the new things they first appear I have a large number Of nncollectecl accounts on my books andus my sta- In Richmond will very short I ur gently nsk all so indebted tome to cull and settle by cash or note All such accounts not paid by May 1st will be t in the hands of my attorney focJrome diata settlement flly business address in New York will be 340 Broadway and if I can a t any time be of any service to aoy l rimyme freely I take advantage ot this occasion to thank them for their liberal patronage and confidence In time paetand to bespeak continuance of same for the new business management Very Respectfully I JG nwrwIJtJfllh 1 j tr The Clothing That Fits After a life long experience in handling cloehingr always striving to maintain the highest standard of quality we are ready to assure our customers that the Kenton brand stands unequaled for everything that goes to make up clothing excellence Fit Style Quality are combined in every garment the result ofcarefully tested material designed and finished by honest conscientious tailors of experience andskill For spring we are showing a beautiful assortment of the newest fabrics fashioned in the latest styles in both single and double breasted models with a range of sizes so complete and so perfectly adapted to men of every shape ant build that it is a positive waste of time and money to have clothing made to measure We suggest early buying while assortments are fullest STTSMlJL1250 1500 1700 J 800 2000 22502500 i OTHER SUITS s 1000 800 700 5000 Barkers Collars sold RichmondOur Barkers for 25cOther JJ be let tor Sale S Egi8 from full blooded silver Lace Wyandotte Hens One dollar for a setting of 15 PEK MRS P F ADAMS Jr Phone 308 Fifth streetltf jibnBallatd to Serve One Year la The Atlantat Penitentiary As result of his trial last week in Ile United States Court aMovington John Italian of this ritr plead gully and was sentenced to one vear in the Atlanta penitentiary The charge against young Ballard was that of rifling the Uilted State mail while In the Post office service heie the story f which is still fresh in the minds off all Sentence was passed on his case last Wednesday and itisprexumed that he will be taken at once to Atlanta to serve his term This unfortunate affair fron the first has been much delplored by tie Iriends of tIme man and hU family here Practicing In Earnest AS announced some time ago the Cecilia Club id preparing to give a concert in Mav for the benefit of timet P A C Infirmary Thi members of he club are practicing regularly now on choruses and other features of the excellent program which will be ren dered Our community at large which is so interested in this worthy Institution will be sure to pratonize so creditable an undertaking on the part of lime Music Club and it OflI without sling that a large sum will be realized for the Iiiflrnurv The Cn cert will be given about May 15th Viola Allen Coming To Lexington One of the most important dramatic events of mary season at the Lexington Opera House will be the engagement 01 Viola Allen who cornea Mondav May 7 matinee and night in The Toast Of The Town the new pray which was written for Miss Allen by Clyde Fitch This is said to be one of the greatest successes of this distinguished player and shehas many adminrstu the Blue- Grass will be glad of seeing her in a play other than those written by Shakespeare Many of the theatre goers from the surrounding towns nEt arranging partie for this engagement Mail orders will receive prompt attention Oood News From Ed Cornelisnn Hosts ot anxious inquiring friends have been made happy from lay to day as the most encouraging news bar como from the bedside of Mr Ed Cor nelison who is in a Louisville hospital where he under went a serious operation last radar rfr G ill stones 78 stones were taken from the suffering patient and he is now doing nicely and on the road to recovery Sir Ojrnelison has been the greatest sufferer formnths vas md has traveled from plase to place in search of relief until at last it was ap parent that an operation was his only chance recovery Such good news from him is hailed with delight by the friend of both Mr Cornelison and his wire who is with him Serious Wreck A serious wreck cccured last Tues day night at Fort Estillr four mile from this c1y in which three men were seriously injured and five others slightly hurt No 45 southbound Louisville and Nashville freight collided with the northbonud work train no 623 The wreck was said to be caused by the crew ot the work train overlooking a change in the schedule which went into effect recently TIre work train was endeavoring to reach info city before the arrival of 720 p ssengei train from Cincinnati Dudley Rowatt brakeman on No 45 Henry Duinin and Bourbon Curren bridge carptnteri on the work train were the most ser lousilv injured and were brought to the Puttie Clay Infirmary here Engineer Dan Riddle and Conductor Davidson were on No 623 Both en gines and Rev ral earn were badly wrecked and tgrnowas fery biutjli dIIa1c41 ili j o Spring HatsEasy to picka hat to suit your fancy here Our stock is larger than all other Richmond stores combined The new spring styles from Nevr York and Philadelphia are ready both soft and stiff blocks all the latest colors and shades Prices and quality garanteed lto4 COVINGTOIf ZIr1 ome Interesting Facts Concerning Ihe Late Thomas OldhilmJIn last weeks Climax we pnblinhed a notice of tile death of Mr Thomas Out ham one of this county oldest and respected citizens The following imets concerning Mr Oldham and his relatItIngoof our country will be interesting to a great many of our readers Th oias Moberly Oldham a eon of Caleb OMham and Abagail Moberly his CoumityKyton Harris a laughter of Judge Chrisstopher Harris and Pallie wife When the civil war came rn lie enlisted in the Confederate States ArmY Captain Thomas B Collins Oompsny F 7 afterward llth Kv Cavalry Col D Waller Chenadlt General John H Morgans command An incident of his army life was hat hn and his cousin and comrade Ofhneil Rice 011fl ham on ft certain occa ion whilst at Monticello were granted leave of absence and bethought them selves to make their way to their homes In Madison county to see their wives Old children but on the way in Lin coin county were Intercepted arrested and carried to Cincinnati and there Imprisoned tried and sentenced an spies o suffer the penalty 01 death hut through tl e interposition and persistent efforts ol a lady who afterwaHn be came the wife of Rev Milton Elliot lided by General Speed 8 Fey their lives were snared and they were finallyi released They ever afterward tiered their friends and benefactors and stroke kindly of them and held them selves In readiness to do anv act kindnes within their power for them and were enabled in some measure to repay this debt of gratitnde WELCOME Mr and Sirs J S tftanifer are happy over the arrival of a handsome son Rev and Mrs G W Shepherd are being showered with congratulations over the birth of a handsome son ou Sunday night Wedding of a Prominent CoupleI The marriage of Dr J7G Bosley and Miss Florrie Bright was solemnized yesterday at noon at the residence of the brides mother on Lancaster avenue The ceremony was performed by Dr J Addison Smith pastor or the First Presbyterian Church of which the bride has been a member since childhood Only the immediate family was oresent and the happy couple left im mediately titter for Lancaster where the genial doctor has located for this practice of his profession No couple ever started upon lifes jonrrey to gether with brighter prospects than does this one Tire bride born and reared in this city has always been a social favorite numbering her friends by her large acquaintance She is the eldest daughter of the late W B Bright and wife Of a sweet winsome disposition she makes and as easily holds her friends Not only can these things be said of her but sue is likewise gifted in those deeper traits of character that adorn true womanhood and will make her indeed a real hepmate to the man of her choice Dr Bosley hat been a resident of our county for many years being until recently located at Union City He is a gentleman it every fens and stands high in lilt chosen profession His decision to lo cale in Lancaster has been received with deep regret by his host of admirers and friends By the removal of this splendid couple Richmond is the loser but wo congratulate our neighbor city upon title valuable acqulsl ion to both her professional social arid church life The Climax extends hem iy con gratulations to the doctor and lit charmlnz bride May they live long and prosper PERSONAL Mis Belle Bennett Is In North Carolina Mitts Margarett Phelps is at home IromJMissouri wsi Adanas is visiting in CUrk oourityi i t f k 4 r 1 II Ai tr BeattyvilfllNr t IIsAttorney Robert Friend of rvinel was a visitor here last weekcMiss Marie Harber will entertain II he Epworth League tomorrow night Ie Miss Mollie Fife has returned from a visit to relatives in Kansas City Professor Simmcns of Madison Invstitute has gune to Indian Territorya Mrs N H Coffield is visiting her ister Mrs JA Elliott In Lexington Miss Marie Schilling has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Miss Annette Riddle of Irvine visited Mrs Neale Bennett last weekI Miss Ruth Beard has returned from visit to Air C J Myers of Loxing ton Miss Eleanor Chenault has been t visiting Miss Allen Watts in LexinJE ton Mrs G W Gates entertained the West End Flinch Club last Friday afternoon Mi and SIrs Thomas Phelps are at home from a winters in FloridaIo flIsV Shepherd Mrs P F Adams Jr and Mrs Charles D Miller last Thurs lay in Lexingtondw Mrs W W Watts has been visiting her daughter Miss Emma at Hamilfl ton College LexingtonlMrs Charles Crooks of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs William Crowe on Oak Street Hon R W Miller will deliver the address on Confederate Decoration Day in Nicholasville on June 3rd Messrs T C Vaughn J B Che nault T T Covlngton and Dr G W Evans were in Irvine last week Mrs Gilbert Grinstead of Somerset is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Lyman Phrrish on Second Street Mrs A R Burnam and daughter Miss E5tier and neice Miss Marion Burnam wore in Louisville last week Rv J N Culton conducted the funeral crvlces of Emmett Pace whoo diMth occured in Clark county last Thtiidsy Mrs Eugene Walker who has spent tho winter in Pinohust is now in ioulsvilli visiting her mother Mrs rexie Woo ison Dr anl Urs H M Blanton Mis Van Greenleaf and Judge J J Green leaf att ded the DicksonWhlpple wedding in Paris last Wednesday Miss Florrie Rayburn who is in training at tie Gray Street Infirmary Louisville iiat home recuperating from her recent illness of fever The Vcltian Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs B L Mlddelton Bach is the character study for the afternoon mid delightful program has been urninged by Mrs Middelton Brigadier General W H Sears of Lawie ce Kansas a prominent sikrnii Nu member has been thttst for several days of his friend 1ayor C E Woods Mr Hitrry P Jones of Cincinnati and Mr P Gilkerson both for merlv iiiected with the Big Hilt coal con pmy were visitors in our city yeMeplny Rev F M Hill left Monday for London r attend the District Sunday School Conference of the Methodist Church Mr August Planners was s from the Metho distSunrM School of this City President B Cy Hagerman sailed from Liverpool for New York on Thursday the 28th He has had a de lightful Interesting trip of three months to the Holy Land and bassist visited several countries in Europe Lox Leader JierstlMr JQ tsrsiltbi f throughheoints of Interest They report a fine rip and every thing prosperous In he great west The following cards have been re- eived by many friends of the charm bg hostess Mrs Harry Baylor Han twentyigthson Miss Smith and Mr Taylor Messrs Bland Ballaid and Miller Lee ent to Richmond this morning to- ttend Federal Court Mr Ballard is witness in several Important cases grandjnryDanville One of the prettiest parties of the season was given by Misses Florrie nd Laura Bright last Saturday after noon when they entertained their Mauytahlesgames at the close of which an ele ant lunch was served The Misses right are ideal hostesses and their amongtheThe following account of the Dick sonWhlpple wedding appeared in the Intere9tingherl Pre9byterIsnf a longanticipated and most beauti eveninghenLlzzette Dickson were joined in holy wedlock The color scheme was white 6verydetailhmte clith and over It the delicate profusionent their beauty and the tall wax come in to for feet tt t t candles in their silver stands shown like jewels from a tasteful setting the arrival of the bridal party Sirs J Hal Grimes of Harrodsburg treat ed the audience to a delightful musical program and just before they came into the church Mrs Owen Davis very sweetly sung Tell Me At 8 oclock promptly the doors were flung open gave the signal and the first notes of Wagners Wedding March struck the ear Mr Harry Blanton and Mr WM Hinton Jr entered the church first followed Miss Ollie Butler Then came Mr J M Brenam and Mr Humbert Miss May Belle Taylor of Frankfort Mr Jack Greenleaf of Richmond and Mr Robt of Harrison county Miss Sue Buckner Mr Lee and Mr Cantrill both of Little Rock Ark Miss Matilda Alexander The maid of honor Miss Van Greenleaf immediatly preceded the bride who entered the church on the arm of her father the lion E M Dickson Mr Whippto and his best man Dr Dodge of New York raec the bride at the altar where Dr twain one flesh Dr E II Kntherfon the pastor of the church asked Gods choicest blessings for thorn and then pronounced the benediction The was a vison of loveliness as she turned from the altar The color had come to her cheeks her eyes were bright with happiness and she carried herself like a queen entering into her kingdom Miss Dickson made an ideal bride being tall and slendor and walks with a grace that few women equal Her gown beggared description 0 7171 71 Some Exceptionally Handsome Fabrics in MadetoMeasure Clothes are to be found in our enormous as I sortment of new plain and fancy worsteds plain and mixed cheviots fine serges tweeds and cassimeres There are many distinctive style where are they more perfectly ex 71 pressed than in the complete series 7E BSTERNSON EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS F NEW YORK 7F for whom we are local representa 7F tives The close relations of our princi give you garments equal in every respect to those of other exclusive F customtailors at a saving of from 20 to 30 per cent in prices F For Spring WalkOvers shapes ttforlasts older IIthemM 2 beyonddescription by Clarence Lyne grandfather forIIdesignedF off tWaIkOyer BANKS i jmadeover satin and mull She wore a beautiful pearl necklace the gift of the groom and carried a shower bou quet of lillies of the valley and roses Her veil was of tulle and was caught i In her hair with orange blossoms whose fragance filled the church IIWORTH LIVING AND TIME TO LIVE IT IN You have only to step in here and select the style an material you like best we will take your exact measure ments and B Stern Son will make you a Suit or Top Coat that will be ab U solutely faultless in fashion fit finish and workmanship +9 Rice and AroId i+ J The One Price House 4-r i1 71 J l f t I 1i1r 11 7Ix 7 71 C 771 717 7h 761f7711 7ll 71z11 i0 DOLLARSHave wonderful purchasing power You will find this fact fully demonstrated the HUSTLING CASH STORE iHA VE YOU EVER Investigated the lines of goods offered by us Ifnot now is the time fI THIS SEJISONS LINES Comprises the best selection of goods we have ever shown Our buyers have made an extra effort on their part and the linesa speak for themselves OUrnnrJvs JlRE RIGHT 7Ii THE ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS Is We desire to direct the special attention of the ladies to 7 a our line of Royal Worcester Corsets These corsets are iJs Rtiy Worceter AND BON TO- NCORSETS superior to allothers Common Sense being the leading factor in their construction We have combined i in the Royal Worcester Corsets every virtue of fit fabric finish and beauty The corset is an under garment 1 andas such it should be sanitary 1hygeinic and perfect fitting It is a figure builder and should be correct r impairing no function of the body We carry all styles for slender r R medium and stout figures STYLE 45x l A straight front corset for long waist figures Gives the wearer the uptodate high bust and lightening i waist effect 1t STYLE 414 This dainty model meets ther quirmentsot etallislender figure tV STYLE 457 Every warm weather requirement is met in this model e Made from white batisle and is strong servicable cool and 100withcorset made STYLE 517 A girdle designed for slender figures made from mercer izddtape Sizes 18 to 26 If you have never used this brand try it once and satisfaction is assvred t YOURS TRULY tI i Lackey And ItiniltonRichmond Main and First Streets Ky lli F 7F7IFIF 7F 71 I 7 e ft Taylor SELLS THE BEST Farming Implements IN RICHMOND Vulcan Chilled Plows Dandy Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Culti Hardwaresvators carne Rangesalso Roofing and Guttering fr K tfSpe lllltyi i dF 4 r r 0 it t A Wof3 to the Property Owners of RIchmond Madison aunty About Your House Fainting and Paper Hanemc I take tills method to iniorm the pu lic generally that I am still in t house painting paper hanging a1 decorative business and if yon are going to have anything done jn this line during this season will nay that 1 want your work and in return will give von honest materials and hon workmanship at honest prices I also have adult linaof 1906 Will Paper Nov elties to show you from the Iarg manufacturers in the United Steles at youJorThanking you for past patronage 1 am Yours Very Respectfully W th LEEDS Painter and Contractor Shop on Iryine St bet 2nd and 3rd Residence Phone 112 I Shop Phone 373 lfeb3m Oildne9 Ef IIft t k Co f r wv II 1ci I IE MAIESTIC BAKING i DEMONSTRATION ONE WEEK APRIL 30th to MAY 5th i I MnJIl1i11 11 d mYSnISrlED e Wall Paper Paints Glass 15 gallons of water heated to the point of lboiling while breakfast is cooking When water yU too hot 1canfrom fire by shitting the leavershownel I Wall Shopping II easy at onretore because you dout have to Nkick top t your moneys worth i because we have th largest assortment in the city because we furnish estimates on hanging as well as the pa er well because our spring stouk is about all in and we are showing the prettiest line oVer shown here including all the novelties and at prices that will astonish roil Give us the pleasure of showing you our 1Ie and make you an estimate on your work SPAINS FUTURE QUEEN Preparations for Gorgeous Reception of Princess Ena Into Her New Realm Madrid All the details of Princess Enas solemn eniry into Spain next June on the occasion of her marriage to King Alfonso have been arranged The future Spanish queen will cross the northern frontier at Iron where the troops will accord her a royal tthenificent ceremonial At the staton she will be met also by the generalln chief of the Spanish army the governor of the province of Gulpuzcoa the military commander of Iran and allI the local authorities The presentations Will be made by the British ambassador to Spain es corted by all the personnel of the em bassy special train composed ex elusively of royal salon cars v ill then take the princess to the palace of El Pardo about ten miles from Madrid As there is no railway station at this point It has been arranged to erect a special pavilion In the park of the Casa de Campo in which the fu ture queen will be met by the king the dowager queen the princess of Aus tria and the Infantes and by all the members of the cabinet on her arrival The party will escort the princess and her mother to the palace where the princess will receive the official visits of the authorities The trousseau of the future queen will be exposed to public view In Madrid probably in the senate palace and every one of the populace will have the right to gaze upon all the garments and jewels of the royal bride = On the morning of the wedding the princess will go to the capital Incog alto and don the wedding gown The king on horseback will escort her to the gates and when the princess Is ready a gala concierge will take her to the church for the marriage care mony The princess will not be al lowed to preserve the wedding gown but will send it to the sanctuary of Atocha where it will adorn the virgin statue until another court bride comes to Spain JUNK DEALERS REVENGE c itSpite Tenement House in Yonkers N Y Shows His Malicious Cunning New York Yonkers residents living near St Andrews Memorial church 0are much exercised over the erection of a tenement house for Italians by t James Callahan a junkman within 50 feet of their church and in the midst of a number of private houses The new house Is to contain 24 apartments of three roons each and Callahan has advertised that only Italian and negro families need ap on1di flag will float and says that he will decorate the house with the advertise ments of department stores funhok adfinally bought the property occupied by the junk shop at an exorbintant price Callahan threatened punish went At last he hit upon the plan stot a tenement hnuse and prepared to build it on the plot of ground occupied by his own cozy home wasstdug and the plans tiled with the buildings department Then several offers were made to him for the property but he put his price so high that it would have been a veritable gold min had he received it He has now fin ished the building and is preparing to rent it The neighbors are nursing their wrath and are preparing to erect a line of high fence around hisjprof erty ooplBC to shut Callahan up la a Hit trt bvxndkeep Lla tbart Mill IMI Mi11 13- y c tJ 1 II PH aA1 usedthismoreheatingother supplies abundance a of hot water to ala parts of the house It takes e of reservoir Paper S is all MISS JULIA H HIGGINS Stenographer and Typewriter Kxaminer for Madison Co Ky Business and 1noils Solicited Phone 351 Whos Lost an Overcoat A nice overcoat was left in the cir cat sJerka office the day of thE Oldham fir nnd is 1J1In mv possession O iT tan haTe same by describing CUI iiid paying for tiiij notice if Roy C White Bared Plymouth Rock Eggs FOI by Mrs M F Arbuckle Silver Oft Madison Co Ky at S2 per Bet tint ol 10 eggs Egiis left with Jas An ckle this city will be given pit mpt atteuticn A other Rough Rider line been ap po odjo office in Oklahoma There iiitit lave been about a million men in tint lamuus reeiineut Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half of mankind over sixty years of ago suitor from kidney and ladder disonlcis usually enlargement of prostate gland Tnis is boat painful and dangrons and Folejs Kidney Cure should be taken at th first sign ofdanger as it cor reet irregularities and has cured m ry old men of this disease Mr Roi ey Burnett Rock Port Mo wr i s I suffered with enlarged pi slate gland and kidney trouble for ears and after taki g two bottles of Kileys Kidney Cure I feel better IhavefortwentyyearaalthoughI S d by R C Stockton by dIe the engineers are quarreling ovei a eeaIpvel or a lock canal Oon gres will probably experiment for a limO with the deadlock pattern For Salt The Dr llobson residence and imeesa rooms on main street next dour o Government building This is proportyinundersigned Dr H G Sandlin Richmond Ky A vaudeville mouologist recited one ofhh Bketcehes in court in Kansas City andwaR sent to jail for a year the j idge accepting the stunt as a plea of gal ry Ls The moon Inhabited Science his proven that the moon has an atmosqere which males life in some form ppsi l on that sate late but nutfir numan brings who have Ii bard enough timeon this earth of rlij especially those who don t knuK that hleptric Bitters euro Head ache Biliousness Malaria Chills and fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Diszinese ToJjil Liveo Kidney complaints Gel cal Debil ty and Female weak gentralTosot x and especially for the aged It lad i ea sound uaraJ DruggistsPri ir promise that Mr Hitchcock will rei do unite Cabinet until the land rtf8 are alt punishedwould be more reaiing if he were a much younger man Devils Island Torture is no worse than the terrrible case o Piles thatyfllicted me 10 Je rsThen- I was advised to apply Buckl a Arnica Salve and less than a box SeN8j fr rf Rriggles Ky Heals all wO itils Burns and Sorest like matto 2Si Stockton ik Hu an druggists JrnsidemBWhitney of Massachusetts who repel milteda elm lar ol91Ise la atilt oil theI wxelelitititalisf iJ iJ0 r jd JW We heartily invite our friends to call any day during the abovementioned week and we will demonstrate the superior qualities of the = New Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranges c The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and steel range as formerly turned out by the Majestic 2 people has been considered throughout the entire cQuntry parexcellence and far aheadof 8 other range made But with the NEW CHARCOAL IRON BODY in place of steel making it double its valve and the fact that is the only range in existence made of Mallea qtj and Charcoal Iron ean readily see that if quality is considered the Majestic leads + thisbynew feature Charcoal us e bodies and incidentally why it is not used on other ranges We want you call if you hi tend to buy or not as the information gained will serve you in the future Hot Coffee and Biscuits FREE S 0i Come any davduring this week and have buttered hot biscuits and hot coffee Biscuits T baked on a Majestic in three minutes while you wait Handsome Set of Ware FREE With every range sold during this Dpmonstation we will give absolutely FREE one et of r M storeEverythi-nguseful ornamental see you agree us that it cannot be bought for a cent less than 750 and it is cheap at that Come in any day you are welcome whether you intend to buy or not 2 If rx r w ir CIE DOUGLAS COMPANY i Dl D Q D E3 D D D E f tfemove Freckles and Pimples VrllU NA1N0LAT1W Formerly advertised and sold as Satlnola A few applications wQI remove tan 6t youtiuNADINOLA refunded If it folk to remove freckles pimple liverspots collar discolorations blackheads disfiguring eruptions de ifl twenty days leaves the skin soft cleat and healthy Endorsed by thousands leadingIVational Toilet Co Paris Tenn Louisville and- Nashville R R is prepared to quote you rates to Any through tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets ou sale dailySpecial Excurson Home S ekerstand- Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Electric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your Local AgEnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller CALL FOR I Old Boone WhiskyBot- tled at Distillery See th t seal is not broken Thixton Millett Co Louisville Ky W Dle JONES SON SOLE AGENTS Main St near L and N Depot Richmond Kentucky 340 ACRESGRASS FOR RENT The executors of John 11 Harris deceased will o- nMAY 11 1906 at 10 ocloek A JI at the crowing of the L N B R and the Monalaua Turnpike rent to the highesttant best bidder the following tract of grass land 1906f ae the Cedar Cliff place anti rnnning backs to Hlvcr Creek In addition to paz lag this tract will make ft very flue lioandary to strip seed from 50 acres 35 of winch is a riito imnth meadow And 15 ncre blue trrniw The renter to have rich to groz r mow same Rent due and payable Jan I 1907 For tut or i iforuiation nIlreaE or phope 148TJCURTIS RltbttKyr 7 I J i r Jriij Golden FloraT- he Monument dealers have added to their business a PNEUMATICTOOL which will enable them to do better work than ever before They have a largeassortment of Granite and Marble and invite their friends to call and inspect their stockand work Satisfaction guaran teed 6oldefl Flora East Main StreetI PEFFERS iNERVICORi RESTORATIVECURE- SNERVOUS DEBILITY phrdatmental oodyRsrrewderelopmeataou make life worth IIring HsrruCureatroublldultoiIb hf l lwmiid rctwlra wutad aortal 811antPCrrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S A For sale by E C Wines A FAMILIAR FIE Theliken soIDKVB CALDWELL appears on every paciaco of P saSYRUP PEPSINthe reliable mfdfclne for Dyspepsia ConStlpa lion HIIIlusn 5s our Mr mach Headaches and Fevers Caused liy E wcl and Stomach dli jrders Every ircnulnepi kale Is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you either the sac or 100 sin Sold by Perry Thomas IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS I LIGHT ICatiY The SMITHSONIAN CORRECTi r Sold by Perry Thomas To Make the Home Warmand Happythe new year prosper ous and bright BUY COAL from D1IL LUXN BRO Telephone 110 Beautifythe Complexion tN TEN DA- YSNadinoia The UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER Jorxd LytJOUHadu- araateool to rcckUt pimples li facial dtscolorttioia and restore ito teaut rof routs The worst aa ra twenty bays SOc W 1O4e4 l N artiaawew orlayuaL intuit WJ hamGf cP tcyrr cyr t Get Married NOW It is not necessary that you wait until yonJp have saved enough money to turnish your home before getting married Show us the J- p house and we will mak it a home furnished from Parlor to KitchenFurniture Carpets pStove Shades Lace Curtains Rugs etc Pte us a small portion of your earnings each week or month and the matter is soon settled Come to see us at one Your credit is good Lunjan 5 Higgins Opp Glyndon Phone 474 Richmond Ky Will 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bottles Try it WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia Robson of Easton Md until I took Cardul which cured me so quickly It surprised my doctor who didnt know was taking IL P M Pope is the right ploce to buy Plows Hoes Rakest Mattocks Axes r Steel Ranges Stoves ofall kinds7 Locks Hinges Nails Granite Iron cosec Fine Cutlery Fishing Tackle He sells the Snaca Stock and Poultry Eodd T 204 main street ifA v r r y i c Jti z