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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- r 1 LT fr t iltfr tDO II II 1 41 TtIE RICHMOND CLIMAXF I VOLUMES RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1901 NUMBER 4ifiPROFESSIONAL CARDS- ATOPV1TES R E ROBERTS ATTOHNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY tr over Climax OOcoTrlth Jai B Me Creary Second StreetaRW MILLER ATTORXKTATLAW RICHMOND KBICTOCIT OBcelntheBurnamBuIldlne next door to rmer1 feb3ly SULLrvAN JA ATTORKKYATLAT RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co Ope posite Court Honse on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RIHMONDKEUczY Offiro with T J Smith Jr over Covmgton Mitchells TALBOT JAOE30N J ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ajOQce in Prather Bulldlne Main RtreeU PHYSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office la hItoe Ccilini building tS and to Sec dad Street orei lute old drugstore 7 elIAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Vet Inary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty wOlTlce at mr stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly U C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Office Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY GEVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SUSQEET Dr Jaexvua C Cojsoxv DENTIST op LOUISVILLE KY next door to Government Building Bichuidnd Ky Office houn9 to 121 to 4 norllly Dr Louis H Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAR 13 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich Kymaylly Mrae HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky sept94f Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give iis a trial lh 1 fl lbi a 1 ra- maUaiDvi Jj1 1n The ladies cannot be decerv ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All l we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have eV the latest uptodateI S goods Is that what you want If so trade with J kJ WhiteANJGiDSOO r lT+ + ++++ + CALL JONES i ilERSHIN SJL GIllL01- WIII IN OWl le8t and ot refreshing of drinks that can be foun- in the city aTe dispensed te and accommo datingderkfi UuuW Kept i Tap 3ooud w RIQN1OX xz c e JEWELRY C C The largest Block in central Kentuckywill be found at BOGAERTSStore For repairing SplitSecond and ++ Swiss Watches also 1 Diamond Setting and fine i Jewelry done by +++ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS DesisuiHave you Seen Sp90nofDryantimes My Motto ANDVAIit Victor Bogaert 57 E KY13rebIy THE BEST- PAPER Published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalT- he eQual of many dailies and the superior of IssuedWednesdaya you get it for only 100 A YEAR NewslIlatteraSampleopiesfor them Write to COURIE JOURNAL Louisville Ky BY YOUCAN RICHMOND CLIMAX AND TilE TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub D11stbe ATTETar E A To Our Pretty tJ 3 1 WALL PIPER A + + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + WEdenireto call your attention C that as this is the beginning of a new year as well as the 20th Century that we are endeavoring to keep up with progress of time this year by enlarging our oft WALL PAPER ej DECO RATITE GOODS So this season we will be able to show and furnish jou any and all of the choicest anil prettiest designs As we Lave bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can furnish Wall Papers ranging In prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbiorate de signs and fel confident we can sly your wants in this lint We will also furnish Wall Moulding to match shade o5 Wall Paper you m select and will fur nish estimates on work in this line ChargeJ 1 Street to call and see onrwnll paper and get our prices before buying as we can save you money and we will take pleas ure in waiting upon you and your wants Our prices are the lowetr Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully t PERRY THOMAS J Wall Paper Co JW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator c iHJantf PHONE 75 SOUTHERN RfIlLWIlY IN KENTUCKY Contend Sckiiilt la Effect Miy to 1900 XASTBOUXB NOL NOS NET Lv Louisville 745am 400pm 745pm Ar SheibyvilleiOam Spm 905pm- AT LCflCCbC9boam 2Spm 9 45pm Ar Versaillesialeam 647pio 1004pm Ar Lexington 1045am 715pm lOJOpm WESTBOUND No1 No i No 4 Lv Lexington730am 615am Ar VersaillesP55am MCpml S3Sam Ar Larencebe 820am R3upm 653am Ar SbelbyviUe9IOam 6lSpm 630am Ar Louisville ta40om 4Opm 7Him KA8TI10U1ID WESTBOUND Ho IS STATIOWS NO12 wiZ 4 00pm Lv LoulsvU Ar 740pm lOUOam fpm NOILI Lv LnrncbrgAr 8SOpm 810am T15pm ArUarodsbeLv 440pm 720am 73Upn Az Durgin Lv 433prn7lOaWE- ASTBOUND WESTBOUHO No 15ltNo67 STATIONS No 18ltNoca 74Sam LyLoulayil Ar IO4Oam 74Opm isspm 910am Lv ShelbvllArl 010am 015pm 647pm laSSam Lv VenUes Ar Oam lcpm TlOpm ILlOam Ar Midway Lv 730am 340pm 740pm ILGOam Ar Oeorgtn Lv 700am 310pm EASTBODND WESTBOUND No I tNo I wrnorrs tN445- pm74Sun Lv LoutsvU AC 1D4O1m 74Opm ia22aro e Opia Lv VenUes Ar 7JOam fxOSpm 7J5pm ArNlchlvlU Ar 858am 405pm HJSpml SOpm ArlllchmndLv 606am 31upm Lopm Ar Irvine Lv L65pm sTATlONB No Ko 3 LT Loulsrllle 745am 745pm Ar Lexlnzton iosam laop- mArJCnoxviilO7OOpm 745am Ar Asheville Liopn- Ar Savannah 515am Ar JictsonTille 935- amLiChatt3nOogaSpm 635am- Ar Atlanta IUiOam- Az Idacon ts5am 225pm Ar Jacksonville 830aml 1000pm jicbattanooga IIOpm 645am- DirmthfbAm lDopm L45am Ar Meridian 2am 9301E- I4t3aW Orleans 83Dam Na S tbroueh sleeping ear Louisville to DIr incham via Lexington and Chattanooga Na S free obserrmtloa chaircar LouUvlUa Lexington No 6 tree observation chair ear Lexington tI Louisville Xo rteefilaxeaT Birmingham to Lcnlsvllla Tto Lexington All train betw4 Louisville Lexington and Burgln telly- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II a4M4aly Xose7irad63daIlyexceptSunday JBetveea a Verwlllcs NloholasyUle Rick in1 Md Irvlae daily except Sunday tD Ujr MDeP 345 Hker train dally TQAlSO1tMVPkG3L 3 jLCtijr N WMbtgWs WktaltcB Da- w oJ WMOU AfiIJA It xmrtm aa 1 MAXIMS FOR THE MARRIED MAN fByMax ORelll If at the beginning of his married life a man can not have enough controlover him self tosee that his wife does not get her own way in thing and that he verYj make himself her abject slave he will never be able to re cover his liberty and he is done for condemned to subjection for the rest of his nat ural life The beginning of wisdom is to keep your life in orderNo government has ever been known to successfully suppress or even reduce by liberty or privilege previously wanted to the people If a man capitulates on the thresh old of matrimony he will never be able to recover one inch of the ground he has sur rendered In fact a man has spoilingand that for her sake as well as for his own To be happyfor instance a woman does not require the constant presence of her hus band On the contrary she will enjoy his company very much more if he mid she are not always thrown together I know men who from the beginning of tbeir married lives visited their clubs en joyed mens company while remaining very devoted to their wives and making them very happy But if a man waits ten years to decide on belonging to a club he will soon discover the terrible mistake he has made His visits to that club will be treated like perfect acts of unfaithfulness reproaches will begin followed by sulkingand the famous sentence will be uttered You love me no more To be happy matri monial life must be uniform Every charge must be dis betItelalive for the length of your natural life see that your cellar is well stocked and the fuel usefldiscriminately and economicallyControl love and your ardor If at the beginning you are too attentive and do such things that you know you cannot do forever look out The lightest inatten tion will take the most gigan tic proportions Some men good diplomatists carry this principal the length of objecting to being their wives lovers simply because they know they can not always be lovers and that the day they cease to be lovers they will be considered per fect criminals Therefore my friend control yourself sufficiently to re strain your epanchements so cleverly that your wife maybe led to believe that you love her more and more every day Remember that you enter the holy estate of matrimony with a certain capital oflove The whole happiness of your married life will depend on the way you use that capital Live on the interest If you touch the capital you are bound to become bankrupt womansLife is hard enough as it is It is to her we owe our world and everything should bo made as easy as possible for at the time of childbirth This is just wh- atMOTES V FRIEND will do It will makeWcoming and painless that vithout talc systemthe muscles of the abdomen It carryingIt strengthens the whole system and prevents all of the discomforts of pregnancyThe of a plumb babe in Panama Mo says I have used Mothers Friend and can praise it highly Get Mothers Friend at te Druf Store SI per bottle TiM Bradfield Regulator Cet ATLANTA GA Vfffc kt or free UlttstrA d HNJMri Jtobr ill Sera r sooner or later- Married life is a comedy tragedyinseveral avoid putting in the first act of your married life all your strongest situations and all your smartest dialogue for fear lest the interest should go on flagging steadily to the endThe clever dramatist is in variably satisfied with writ ting a quiet and sober first act No situations of any strength are required He thoroughlyters Then the action begins and the climax is never reached before the end of the last act but one A genius spmetimes gives it in the last act The intelligent husband should bear this in mind and do the same The first act of matrimony should be a careful andsym pathetic study of character the laying down of a little plan of campaign full of con siderate concessions and well donceived resolutions- It is only after at least ten years of matrimony that a cli max should be reached when the man is above forty in the full possession of his manly powers when the woman is above thirty in the full pos session of her glorious wo manly charms when both are sure to each other and tried friendstThen and then only they can allow themselves to be lovers in full meaning of the word They will be able to enjoy that great bliss if they have not made the mistake of trying too soon The epicure like the diplo matist is the one who knows how to wait- Imnatrimony it is not all is well that ends well it is all is well that begins well and not too wellHearsts Chicago American Prof Ivison of Lona oming Md suffered terribly from neuralgia of the stomach and indigestion for thirteen years and pfter the doctors railed to cure him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of KoJol Dyspepsia Cure and after taking a few bottles of it he SIS It has cured me entirely I cant say too much for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Perry Thomas PURELY BUSINESS Boston Journal I have dropped in sir the man in the suit of faded black who had edged himself into the private office hur riedly remarked simply on a matter of businessurgent business I am a business man myself and know the worth of a busy mans time My name is HorriganHorace- Van Plunck Horriganand I used to be in the real estate business in Scranton State of Pennsylvania Here is my professional card somewhat soiled but still legible Would that be goods for the loan of a dollar and a half to be re paid promptly next Tuesday cash down on the nail It would not replied the merchant scowling at him That brings me to the next question pursued the visi tor briskly Would it be too much sir to ask for a loan of a dollar merely a dol lartill tomorrow morning at 10 oclock It would Since we cannot negotiate on ordinary business basis sir might I ask you to let me have a quarter solely on your faith in humanity and with out any definite promise of re paymentNo cant roared the merchant Get out of here Certainly sir responded the other moving with alacrity toward the door As I said when I came in this is purely business call Itis not a mat- tel of sentiment Either you have a few cents to spare for the purpose of keeping the currency of th country mov ing or you have not It appears you have not You need not feel any regrets about the matter at all sir Good afternoon Their promptness and their pleasant Earlyltperfectry Thoma If Kansas isnt direful it will soon be described as a s 1l JCht qotp1 j i EasjlITo m Thin pale anaemic girls w g need a Fatty food to enrich t their blood give color to w their cheeks andrestore their health and strength It is B safe to that w ftDscog1Js0I9KCOD WITII HYPOPHOSPHITESoFlIHE SODA W 8 is exactly what they require 8 it not only gives them theimw portant element codliver oil R in a palatable and easily di II Q g gested Form but also the hypo phosphites which are so valua g 1IIusua II an mla IAis more w imA flesh is for health S 1 wYouS We have known per S S sons to gain a pound a day while taking it WlreeEEeEEeGeeEEeeEEEEE UNIQUE CAREER OF DAN RICE IThe North American The life of Col Dan Rice from the cradle to the grave will soon be published Jin book form The manuscript has just been sent to the printer and the book which contains nearly one thousand pages was ready for distribution early in January Dan Rice was undoubtedly the greatest clown in history After his retirement he took up his residence at Long Branch N Jwhere he died on February 22 1900 at the age of 76- Colonel Rice had many thrilling adventures while in the show business associated with many of the first people in the land including the crowned heads of Europe and a complete account of these adventures compiled by Miss Maria Ward Brown who was named as executor under the late Colonel Rices will forms the basis of the book which will be finely illustrated Colonel Rices parentage will interestmany His father was Daniel McLaren ofScotch descent His mother Eliza beth Rice Crum was the daughter of the Rev Richard Crum a Methodist preacher and a soldier of the Revolu tionary war- Elizabeth Rice Crum and Daniel McLaren were married in 1821 at Hightstown N J1 vithout the knowledge of the brides parents The mar riage was terwared annulled and in addition McLaren was forced to pay 10000 damages which sum was held in trust for thechildborntotheclergy mans daughter who early in life took the name of Dan Rice Young Rices mother remar ried early in the twenties her husband beingHugh Manahan The latter took considerable interest in the boy of wnom he said he has the makeing of a great man in him Dan became a jockey of con siderable note at the age of 7 haveing been in a number of races each time being victorious A story is told of a race which took placeat Tren ton in 1832 Din had the mount on a filly named Lizzie Jackson which had been named in honor or President Jacksons fourthniece When the race took place President Jacksonwas among the spectators The filly prove to be an easy winner Afte the race President Jack son placing his hand on the boys head said My boy if you live you will either be a greatman or a great fool In 1840 after a years work on the stage Dan Rice found himself at Pittsburg interested in the livery bJ1isne s- He shortly afterward begun ciroua Uf fejr txfalbltiaf k C j learned pig In this connection a story is told about the only news paper puff that Dan Rice paid for The ad was published in the Commonwealth of Washington Pa Here it is Ive seen the learned pig Tis queer To see a hog become a seer He knows his letters and can bunt The alphabet without a grunt Pan add substract knows die rule At well as anybody in school By working with his head and snout He knows the truth without a doubt Tis wondrous a brute so low WItS taught by man so much to know Miss Maria Brown who wrote the greater portion of the book pays the following tribute to the old clown He has gone where the clown and king Meet under canvas as brothers Where no one need fool in the ring To tickle the fancy of others And it God loves the man who has curved Peooles lips Into smile there is a nice Front seat that has long been reserved Over there for Jolly Dan Rice He has marshaled no host on the plain Nor rose above men as a leader remainIday And he put Sorrow under the ban So here is a garland today On the bier of Jolly Old Dan Counterfeits of De Witts Witch Hazel poisonIntins the name DeWitts upon the box and wrapper It is a harmless and healing salve for sKin diseases Unequalled for piles Perry Thomas HORSE TALK Do not feed corn to the coltsKeep the colts clean Brush them every day Never allow manure to become packed in the hair We often see it but it looks bad for the man who owns themNow when the farm work is not pressing devote some time to training the colts When you begin keep at it every day Be patient and kind but firmDont try toteach more than one thing at a time Use judgment andwhen you see he understands you stop and dont wear his patience out nd cause him to fight ymr Go through the same lesson the next day and so on and in a short time he will almost anticipate your wishes Do not use blinders while training the colt or the first time you hitch him up and you will never be obliged to Do not let him slouch along Keep him right up in balance and make him stay there un til the harness is taken off Do not use the whip but the voice to encourage the colt Never whip a colt There is unusual signic ance in the prices paid for firstclass horses in this sea sons sales The prices real ized have been far in advance of last year The outlook is most satis factoryIt shows an increasing love for the noble animal and that he has not lost his place in public favor If you raise one colt or ten aim to meet this demand and breed them so they wont be out of place in firstclass com pany Such horses never eat their heads off for you can not keep them The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure For all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives imme consumptionPerry It is generally thought that any person has a right to make for his own useapatent 3d article provided he does not sell the same after it is made to others This a serious error yet a verycommon one As a matter of fact the patent laws grant to the patentee the exclusive right to make use or sell the patented invention and the maker seller and user of the infringing article are each severally and jointly liable for infringementFrom an opin ion submitted by E G Sig gers Patent Lawyer Wash ington D C The Republican press answers the charge of extravagance in government expenditures by declaring that this is a billion dollar or a two bil lion dollar or a three billion dollar country as the case may demand It would make the same answer if Congress spent ten billions and do so without over considering whether themoneYfi hoU HtIt br 111pea CLOTHING 7I ffi F7J7I 7fh7f7f7r7I mOS S S + Z7 Z0Z7 ZZ7 b D GREAT Cl SING OUT SALE j + W a 22a s +We are compelled to remove in 30 days in order to build and to avoid removing our stock we have CUT THE PRICES ALL TO PIECES We have the largest stock of New + Suits Overcoats and Underwear for 4 Men and Boyts ever opened in Rich mond Calland select what you want at your own PRICE 1IiSuits Everybody ISTOUFFERSThe fit during this sale AT COST ffi 7 F 71 I1 71 75 71 757 REMEDY FORCAKED UDDER IAnderson News Give the cow one and one half pounds epsom salts and one ounce of ginger dissolved in water at one dose alsomix two drahms of iodine with two ounces of vaselin and rub a little of this on the affected part once a day until the skin becomes tender If the har dening should appear again apply more of the ointment and so on until the udder becomes healthy Gen has that Editor Rice was de ported for the official corruption in the office of the captain of the port in which he had been employed The General decided that the charges must be false andas Rice to prove them there was nothing left to do but to deport him The list of public functionaries who will fiure at the coming British coronation is calculated to make the mouths of the American water flAlTHY curebald A man with a of hair is a marked man But bigbald is not the mark most men in HAIRand is absurd are hair shows from To to prevent ness usei thin head hair Hair vorIt always restores grayhairword always And it cures dandruff sa8G a bottle AHdrugslsta lily buainela calls mo out among r Stranger S deal 1 youl- aetualiy feel ashamed every time I would take oil my hat my hair r was so thin and the bald spots showed so plainly 1 bepllthe me of your Vigor months ago lOWiY I find I baTe as L fine ahead of hair as I ever had P I tell CTerybody what I used and they SlLflt Ulut tie a wonderfUl I CEo iELn- Dee 14188 Chicago m frWe bare a book on The flair and- Scalp which wo will tend free upon peqiest If you do not obtain all the ntyon zpccted from tbe me of Ba 3 AVER Lowell Cias rL h Latest styles in Ments Sqits and Overcoats Latest styles in Boyts and Overcoats Largest line of that go for ALMOST NOTHINGtt + to Suit at guaranteed 71 McArthur explained exposing threatened imperialists ill abouk Suits Underwear r i ICall in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX ir1i1riI eeFORfMEi- VIGORMEI aliyUirCiaencSIOreUi Bold wiIt a Written Guarantee to cure alVatlncers f pr box6 for C5 Ualld Ic an7sdtrcsa Ontecsiptcl priceThe Jiust iledlclno Co Su Paul Minn CFor sale by Stockton IIagan Druggists decl9ly u A BOON TO MANKIND BUCKEYEbO en II no OJ oZ 0IIi2414 CITIZZ c I n Worn c= r0 c CtraJtr1 1111 TI C1 C1 U JTInU1 0 gillZ q=JJHZLUhcn R MAGNETIC KERVINE PILE r= = PLL tUBE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BAlLliRD1 Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggistslanloly Q OtliC I11r 0 u01 OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS 4togreaterpremiumInsurance Company LTheAmount Paid in Living Benefits S38OOOO Placed in Reverse and Surplus S20OOUO r Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life thisCompany offers special advantages SMITH BOWMANSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky prrTSBURG i igi CENTRAL STOCK YABDSB EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES 10 SHIPPFRS Yards hate been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market 2 Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New Yorkanq all Eastern I Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kind of stocks Consignments for Commission firms given prompfeiatr ention WttmmV JKWW ODQWOai mrm Wiz Ijii V i I 1 r The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MCH C 19Q1 Btout the tailor 27feb2t Call and see Stouts SUi 18 and 20 Suits Rcmember tho book Carvinal Fri day evening Miss Mattlo Terrell has taken a clerkship iu the Busy tiee Cash Store ghjItifran Hopper orAthens Fayette county was arrested Sunday by Martin Gentry for bond foriiture Trousers SI at stout the tailor 27feb2t Wanted Two ladies to help coatmakera Those who have had experience in sewing prefeirel Apply to Stouffer tt Most ley jmartf Million Distillery Starts The Million distillery of Foxtown started yesterday for a long run Mr Metrilt Williams will act as ganger Natural productwhile not as white as patent flour is much bettor for health For sale at It A Baxter on second street augltf Attention Mrs J M Poyntz desires us to an nounces that the Daughters ofthe Con federacy are to meet with her Friday afternoon March 8 at three oclock A full attendance Is requested About Bosky strong efforts are being made by the friends of ex Postmaster Bosley of Paris who is charge with embezzling funds to secure a pardon for him The isatter Will be brought to tho further notice and investigation of the Presi clcnt The Paris postofflco was turne- dlr lust week to Rev John Sweeny Mr Bosleys successor We want your trade Call and see us STOUFFER MOSEIJS- Y27feb3m Elk Fairs Lexington Frankfort Georgetown fliil Winchester have decided to hold 1 k Fairs during the coming summer and have already set dates Ittakes the antlered tribo to make successes nut of these things It seems They know how to hustle and no mistake Why doesnt Richmond get in the pro cession and hold one too Have WilIging frame your pictures correctly at a reason able price Notice We desire to call attention to the advertisement of the Mutual Life In surance Company of Kentucky which appears In this issue of the CLIMAX Mr J II Kennedy is the local agent and says he has a company of which lie may well be proud Its plans and methods of business are par excellence and we advise anyone who needs in surance to speak to Mr Kennedy and save money The Enterprise Fire Insurance Co of Lexington Ky has appointed W thaney formerly of Berea now of Richmond in Freeman Bros building their county agent and collector Application will not be accepted unless written by him or a person holding a written authority from him 20fetf News of Old C U Boys Rev J Robert Boatman tho well known and popular divine who for the past few years has been preaching at Pineville is now located in Lexington where he is acting as agent for the New York Life Insurance Company- Mr W S Montgomery C Us champion sprinter of other days who married Miss Minerva Walters Letcher has moved from Piqua 0 and is also located In Lexington in the practice of his profession dentistry O cents will buy you 75 cents worth of underwear at Stouffers tf Miss Lloyds Successor Mr J W McGarvey Jr of Lexing ton has been chosen by the board of trustees of Madison Institute as Miss Lloyds successor as Piincipal of that institution Mr McGarvcy is a bril liant young man well educated progressive in his methods and ably fitted by experience to assume control of Madison Institute He will take charge at the beginning of next season We bespeak for him the hearty support anti cooperation our citizens A concern that will sell you t the lowest grade for the highest grade paint is not worthy of your confidence nor patronage Willgings Paint mixedready for use in white black or any shade of color is the Best at any price Try it Dr Burglns Invention Dr Welby W Burgin line struck a gold mine in the shape of his new invention a patent chip blower To our mind it is one of the most ingenious contrivances ever brought to our notice and should net the popular den tlst a handsome foruneDr Burgin lias applied for a patent which when issued will begin to com money for him He has one of the machines in operation in his office which is the admiration of his many friendswhq recognize in him a second Edison 3 at Stouffers will buy youSlO worth of clothing 19dectf tan Dougherty to Leave Us It is with the utmost regret that WA learn that Mr Dan J Dougherty for t 3nany years the popular manager of thee Light Company of this city resigned his position and is soon to te us After a short trip South Mr berty will locate in Louisville in h city he has already leased a 9Sar fi1ce iu the Haldeman gilding We are safe in saying that Oman in Richmond will be IBGIe jftJR orally missed than Dan Poputa with hearteJ RtIeIOWI to aLU clawes large iftllti le lisa oadoared lilmeell taw Jllh odwr8be of the cstlre ommnnty will follow hini to bMJ neW lie Ulbe etcceedId In the home J Mofltca byrater k xiCh of iiJ wboe place as iaerhone IYwill be filled by- rrett or Tee- mncwRndWi1Icings F1oralsoo white grounds papers will 1c ut great IInri Ours arethis sea eJotsofest W Last IAI Ic JOe 2c goodst d12ift 5 T New EnttrWiM tolocatesecon iSlitoodnews outtownDr AWllkes Smith Deatist isDragUnd Salt The John S fraughraan farm of 108 acres located three miles from Lan atel on the Richmond pike has been fUIIOOORI1 Stouffer27ieb3in Estlll Republican Primary Estill county Republicans held their county primary last Saturday which resulted in the following nominations tyClerkLeonard West Sheriff Jailer Richard Johnson Assessor Asa Witt Superintendent Clarence Miller The new Merchant Tailors StoufFer Moseley guarantee perfect satisfac tion or no pay Call and see them 27feb3m Kaep In Mind The Ladles Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church will give a book CarnivalSocial thebasement eveningThosmall price oIten cents will be charged which will entitle each one to refreshments and all the pleasures of the eve ning Let every one go and help a good work Polish your mantles and grates with Willgings Grate Enamel Alter Spring Goods Mr and Mrs J W Howard the enterprising proprietors of the Ford Sup ply Company are in Cincinnati and Louisville this week purchasing large supplies of spring dry goods and mill nery We congratulate our eighbor village in possessing so complete and pushing a firm They go after business deserve lid get it Ladies tailoring at Stout the tailor 27feb2t Come And See The public is cordially invited to call and inspect the large and complete stock of farming implements etc offered for sale by Mr D B Shackelford Mr Shackelford makes a specialty of plows harrows and corn planters as he keeps only standard brands and he is ready to dispose ot same at very low and reasonable figures Call and see him Ask your neighbor where is the best and cheapest clothing They will say at Stou tiers 19dectf Trial Trip Over L and A Extension A trial trip under the supervision of Mr I W Barnett was run last week over the extension of the L and A railroad from Irvine to Millers Creek Four cars containing a test load of 72 000 pounds each were employed The trip was perfectly successful and no hitch whatever occurred Keep push- Ing and extending gentlemen of the L and A we are all with you Stouffer sells more hats and caps titan all of them bee his styles nnd prices 19Jectf E K Wilson to go to The Pen Attorney E K Wilson of London Ky whose case for the murder of Miss Mary Cloyd has attracted a good deal of attention has beeuflnally denied a pardon by Gov Beckham and will have to serve the five years iu the penitent- Iary to wnlch he was sentenced by the Rockcastle Circuit Court Ills fate In an unfortunate one but will serve as a lesson to other young men of the day Stouffer Moseley Merchant Tailors are now ready to show their flue and large assortment of woolens goods 27feb3m The Sick Mr Clay Wagers has recovered from an attack of measles Mrs J D Dykes has recovered from her illness of last week The Lexington Leader says Miss Ethel Watts of Chilesburg is slightly IIIIWe regret Jo learn that Miss Mary Coyle severely sprained her wrist in a fall from a fence at Portwood where she is teachintr Stouffer wont be understood Cal and get prices on clothing and under wear 19dectf Honakers Ad We again desire to call attention to the advertisement of Honaker the fatuous Lexington Florist Mr Hon aker while keeping as fine a general line of plants and flowers as can bo found anywhere has many specialties he wishes the public to notice He is now cut ting acme of the finest Brides and Bridesmaids Roses found in this section and is selling same at2 per dozen Remember this and profit therebySuits 12 at Stouts the tailor 27feb2t Athletic Tournament The annual Gymnasium Exhibition of Central University will be hold In the Miller Gymnasium Thursday even log at 730 oclock The gymnastic and caliRthenie classes have been bard at work making thorough preparation for this entertainment which promises to eclipse any former exhibition of its nature in the history of the University The Gymnasium Double Quartette as aisteJ br Michellji Orchestra will furnish tnusic for theoccasion The friends of the Institution ami public in general are cordially Invited to be present at this free entertainment Do not buy your next suit of clothes nntlll you have examined the large and handsome stock of woolens at Ktoufle k Moseleyfl 27fob3m Mat CIHn Buys an Imported HackneySlalllon Mr Mat SCohen lisa bought the imported Hackney stallion Militia 5180 and will make the season of 1901 at his stable at the A R Burnani place Militia is red bay stallion 16 hands high weight 1200 pounds 9 years old and already has to his credit several marS and geldings to sell from 1001 to SI 500 The Hackney cross on tJ our native bred mares by such a hors M Militia ftbouldia few years place old Madison county in the column Eh WM fa several years agog the home higbclM horses and Mat isto be con frxUlftted pa securing the services o thia grand hew Here fa wishing lib afrii MiceeM poesible Batumi product water mill ftoit and Eesl atIt Bsxtes groer o titrMt 1 DT rL Wm J ellfAND I entrustedof known J f t Taste and JJ Ability t IttIIn these regards our standing unquestioned I I + j fBELL The Florist titLEXINGTON KY J Agtc ttI Blue Grass Tournament Tho Blue Qrasg Graded School Tour nament will be held at Lancaster this MayRichmondsented in these contests and this one will be no exception to the rule The pupils of Caldwell High School have already begun practico in the various exercises and we prophesy will come off triumphant as usual This school is one of our chief prides and under the able management of Prof Brock we may be sure its high standard and repute will be maintained 8el closing unbrellas also self opening umbrellas at Stouffers 19dtf Echoes From Judge Rice The representatives of Gifford llabie Co of Chicago a large mail ordet house werearraicned before Judge Rice Friday on the charge of peddling The defense was ably conducted by Mr W- It Shackelford while the prosecution was vigorously pushed by City Attor ney Jackson Mr Shackelford con tended that the city ordinance against peddling was unconstitutional but that even if it were not his clients had not been guilty of selling otherwise than by sample which is allowed by law One infiingmcnt only was proven for which a fine oIlO was levied Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Horse and Mule Sales Dick Fox sold to John Lackey one pair plain mules for 225 William Power bought a pair of extra mules from William Arnold for 315 Sam Todd sold to Claude Williams of Versailles a fine five year old mule for 12- TJohn W Jordan of Atlanta bought 10 head of horses on the local market at prlcesranging from 60 to 100 Harbison Co of Lexington represented by Mr Turner Wilmore an old C U boy purchased a number of animals at prices ranging from 60 to 125 Call and see Stout the tailor be fore buying your spring suit 27f2t New Investment Company The attention of the Madison public is requested to the advertisement in this issue of the Jefferson Guarantee Surety Co of Lexington a new company recently organizedof which Mr Charles E Smith formerly of this city is President This corporation claims to be an improvement over the other investment concerns in that its re- demptions are much sooner Read their notice and see their methods and if you want a solid investment and qtiick action for your money call on or write to 22 N Upper Street Lexington Ky and take stock in an enter prise that yields swilt and substantial results Ladies are requested to call and take a look at my spring styles and plates from Paris and New York 27f2t H S STOUT The Tailor Rowland and Woodcocks ad Mr Alex Denny desires us to an nunce that he will again represent Messers Rowland Woodcock the celebrated Danville tailors during the coming season He has just received a large assortment of samples in ends and bolts which he is anxious for the swell dressers of Richmond to Inspect The establishment he represents is a large one and eminently responbibla in every way The garments they turn out are second to none in workmanship fit and finish If you wish to be well dressed and sport the latest things in clothes let Mr Denny mike you a spring suit Call on him at his office in Freeman urea shoe store and examine the new fabrics and styles lOc Window Shades large shipment just received we make to order Shades ofany size Geo MWillgingC- ourt Day With the mutability of weather for which March is famous court day came in like a gentle fleecy lamb and went out like a wild roaring lion The day opened with azure skies and closed with driving sheets of rain and very blasts of Boreas The crowd was fair sized hut not tso large as ex pected for March court is generally one of our largest and best The horse and mule market was good and many sales were made at high figures The cattle trade was comparatively dull from 600 to 1200 cattle were at the yards which fetched prices ranging from S to 4 cents Over the town business was reported good and collec tions One Get a suit at the closing out sale and save money at Stouffers the Tailor 19dectf Fires The store of Craig Thomas of Panola was totally destroyed by fire Sunday night Origin unknown The house and barn of Will Hisleneai College Hill was burned Friday with consIderableloESwhichwe understand was not covered by insurance The historic Phoenix Hotel of Lex ington came near being burned again Saturday night About eleven oclock from an unknown cause Ore broke out in Meglouos clothing store next door and speedily threatened the entln block The heroic work of the Losing fronIMeglones and mined hisstock of cloth lug His loss was about 30000 or which there was 15000 insurance Friday night the NIcholasville post r office and Wallins drug store won destroyed by fire The origin of tin f conflagration is a matter of conjecture All the mail was saved I Stoaffer Moseley have just open ed beautiful merchant tailoring stor rin the rear of Jame B StosSers cloth lallttol toti Kala Net 111 ri HPIOTUUI bLUIIII1UL unhIuwIir1AVJNG determined to push our business far beyond its past limits we have searched the gWeplank down for every purchase j ILOOKI r rii-t THISka e I We will take your measure and TAPiviAivt ORDER Allwool Suits for the low 12 50prices oft t I Fit and satisfaction guaranteed A tIIselect from h In READYMADE GOODS we offer even Kg greater bargains Our 8 AND 10 4 lines of New Allwool Spring Suits are thejl7 best valuS that money can command They are cut and trimmed by the best cut ters and made by the most skilled tailors in iAmerica and they look better fit better and wear better than much of the socalled made P toorder stuff at double the price Every thing guaranteed as represented and we are always here to backup our guarantee iCovington Bunks Ii J 1 Clothing Mens Furnishings and Shoes i6XeI X XeYT We are after unloading clothing not money at Stouffers 19dectf A bell always does as it is tolled Come and see us before we move and help us move by getting anything at your own price in clothing at Stouf fers19dectf Men inherit their own past and devise their own future EOok out for Stouffer Moseloy They are opening very large stock of piece goods and trimmings Call and see their beautiful line 27feb3m It takes a great deal of strength sometimes to hold ones tongue For Rent A blacksmith shop on First street near Water For further particulars apply to Owns McKEE 26dectf Lost On Lancaster Avenue or Main Street a pearl sunburst with initials L A Wo Finder will please return to this office Bull Calves for Sale Scotch Topped Registered Short horn calves old enough for service Splendidly bred EMBRV ABBDCKLE 27fcb4w Richmond Ky For Rent The J W Herndon farm consisting of 227 acres situated one mile and a half west of Richmond on the Barns Mill pike is advertised for rent A comfortable dwelling barns cisterns and all the usual outbuildings make this a desirable farm Apply to 27f8t Doc HEn DOY Wantod I Ladies and gentlemen to introduce the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1893 Agents are coining money Cures all forms of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost the same as an ordinary comb Send CO cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur III 27feblyr For Sale I oflcr for salo privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bath room and hall and all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evanp or the undersigned MRS SPEED SMITH 2jan2m Kichmond y Get in the Swim Chits Jacobs the Main street tailor has just received a new and complete line of caasimeres ond is now ready to make the most fastidious a nobby and uptodato suit Firstclass workmen employed and fits guaranteed All clothes made by him will be kept in freeofoltargoCalfstock before purchasing your spring and summer clothing 27fe8t A WONDXRFITL IWVXKTION t They cure dandruff hair Jailing head ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and Is made so that it Is absolutely impouible to break or cut the hair on a written guarantee to Rive perfect satisfac Lion in ecery respect Send stamps lot one Ladies size 60c Gents size 35c Livo men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sell Biiiht Agents are wild with sacces wanted notice ia this P r Ad Ion DN itoe9ea Jdcr Decatur K7f blyr Court Briefs Dr M C Heath qualified last week as guardian for his son Jay Heath Win Cassity was granted license to operate u ferry boat at Hunters Ferry The will case of Vim Luxon was called and March 11 named as the day for its hearing The last will and testament of the late John G Fee was admitted to probate His son Ed S Fee was named as execu tor Win Green colored who was arrest ed Friday for the theft of chickens from Mrs English was given sixty days of hard labor which will hold him for a while John Carr and Ed Million of color who were taken in charge by the police on February court lay for knifing Robert Tudor were tried Saturday Million was released on his own recog nizance and Carr was put under 200 bond for his appearance before the April term of the Madison Circuit Court Have Willging do your pa pering and painting in a skill ful manner at a low price then you avoid vexatious de lays poor work andmaterials He has nothing but the best Ceclllan Club Holes- WAGNERLOHENGRIN On Wednesday afternoon February 27 the Cecillan Club had a delightful meeting with Mrs John McClintock Wagner and his opera Lohengrin1 gave a wide field of interest to look into and all on the program yore well prepared Tho program embraced four character sketches Lohengrin Elsa Frederick and Ortrude tho story of the opera the Bayrenth of Wagner and a discus sion of the opera and composer by the ClubRichard Wagner the great composer of German opera wandered over Europe for many years Born in Lei psic and dyin in Venice he lived in many cities during the years between suffered many misfortunes bqt we finally find him settled at Bal nth where the house Wahufried was built for bim His first wife was a beautiful and talented actress and sing er Wilhnlmina Planer whom he married at Riga in 1834 She was a faith fIll helpmeet for years sacrificing to him her career but did not comprehend his genius so they drifted apart In 1S61 they separated and I860 she died Four years later Cosima the divorced wife of Von Buloru and daughter of Liszt and Wagner were married Their union was aliappy one and was blessed with one son named Siegfried Wagner was small In build with powerful head and indomitable chin seldom free from illness but he had the brain to conceive mighty ideas and the will to execute them We can scarcely realize that one man had stowed in that brain of hiTall the mighty cycle of masterpieces from Lohengrin toParsfal It is said that thereis not an unnecessary character superfluous scene or a wasted word In any of Isis operas He was the greatest dramatic Musician On March 18 the Club will meet with Mrs MIddelton when the study of Lob sgrin will be musically con sidered and the program will include OHM beautiful Mlecltoug tro-mtheOpelK t Busy ii Bee i TIME 01 TO L bSEWTH- EPIIRSE STRINBS And Get Ready For Spring Buying THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE- Has not arrived at its present stage of usefulness by chance ttTheres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir cumstances but downright honest hard workwork which your interests as customers strangersOurpresent and they number into the thousands They know us and they have confidence in our methods of doing buisness If you dont believe all this visit our store during the coming week We are going to officially open up the Dress Goods Wash Goods Hamburgs Embroideries and Laces Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department and you will believe theress friendship in business for we look upon every cus tomer who leaves a dime or a dollar in our store as a business friend The Talk of the Town +Our Wash Goods Hambnrgs and Embroideries have always been the Talk of tbe Town This season we have made unusual tforts to have them more attractive than ever Style Colorings Quality Price these four big items have had every consideration and you your self will say it Is a beautiful sight when you see our tables and counters piled full of these lovely fabrics The fashionable ladles had better bestir themselves wliile the choice clusive things are still here Wise men dip into the future wise women plan for future needs Clothing and Shoe- Departmentt t have caught for Rose them We are making some special offerings this week in our Clothing and Shoe Our have bought so heavy for Spring that thought it advisable to make slaughtering prices in these departments for a few days to make room for other goods that are come in Prices half in two on many entire lines of Shoes anti Clothing Bring in your wagons and fill up you need the goods we are willing make the sacrifice to the money Never BOUGHT Rugs assortment handsome and telling about them well beaten path that leads directly onr throngs of buyers it daily Get line and one who are daily business relations us We and friends and neighbors good things have for them want servo them faithfullv you Confidence onco established easy Thanking for patronage are very respectfully IF WE YOU TELL IF NOT TELL US For Boat nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable particulars call on or address Ono D SUIMOX- SIGjan tf Richmond Ky- WiggHave the Filipinos a stand ing army Wnjrg Noa running one EGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market price for eggs hides and feathers Call and see him next door to corner of and Fiist streets A Florida Letter To The Climax To the CLIMAX and the many friends I Old Kentucky I am more than thankful that there is a climate that mild and pleasant as such as have here in Auburndale This is a small village on a line of railroad called Plant System and our towns high and dry is nearly 200 miles south of Jacksonville and 00 miles north of Tampa City We have two mail and two freight trains daily Sun day not excepted We are in county Bartow county seat is south of east 18 miles This is the nearest banking house firm We have a good school three churches and a notary publicthree storestwo hotels park and lakes all around torjsport We have plenty of game and fishing is fine and boat riding is better Those who are affected with rheum tic pains broncal affection weak lungs etc will find a climate so mild pleasant in wInter times he can but rejoice and be and thankful of a place of refuge I often look back to those who are suf feting and ask why stay away back in that climate which is full of epi demics is true is a long ways from Foxtown but to a railroad man its but a few hours ride To those who wish to have a good time bete in the South is the place There is plonti of game for the with his dogs his gun or the with his fishing rod The orange branches are leaving out the peach trees are all in full bloom There are so many nice flowers too numerous to mention all bloom What Is trouble wasofter asked mo when I advertised my property to sell often saying cr thought you doing so well that you would be last man to out etc Will speak for myself to farm in Kentucky requires a man can go regardless weather one that can swear bad words if needs be knock down and drag out etc Labcr is no good It all the time worry from early sun un til dark is trueto have a nice farm in the Blue Grass his nice herds of cattle and sheep ought to make a man proud of his profession Peace be all you amen This beIng my ftrstI feoffs it will not find waste betv WII kiadwt regAFibte ah1 my kjwl frieGdl la eldxukr as Apple Blossoms Are the counter heaps of Dress Stuffs and Woven The loom artists many a hint nature and the merchandise artists made the things almost as chap you as If they We might as well attempt to Paint the as Come and see rather have your Judgment than ours they were FOR Department buyers we to cut them to get you many their with the serve OTHERS Mam glad were sell the The Mossback Many long hours his office sat Wondering the reason for this and that To his neighbor on other side Seemed go the business tide This Dentist had been at it long He thought he could control the throng By following the methods so long ployed Hed keep the ho had enjoyed But he found the dentist up the side the old process does not abide lie is uptodato all new tools Which shows the public are no fools The expense is small benefit is great Be up to time and uptodate But dont let one get our share Use Dr Hobsons teeth satisfaction always there DR IIOBSON Dentist Permanently located Hobson Buildingnext door to Government Building Richmond Ky t Reference Richmond National Bank PsBis Do not gripe nor Irritate the alimen tary canal They act gently yet promptly cleanse effectually and Give ComfortSold by all druggists 25 cents JonesShe beautiful hairhasnt she Joaxnang up DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property me with all particulars I be able to help you Address JM N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly Our grandmothers never played golf but they bad their tea caddies Children never very loud for It hut they do like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Ask Druggists 13feblm A shopping one ot buy ways of life Humors feed hntnors Mone you get rid of them the betterlToids Sarsaparilla the medicine to take No Maude dear we have never it even whispered that the poll tic who lobbies ia a lobster SthHiW XM ba Val Certainly lie should Ho ejiouldhav ambition to look well and feel Rood Dr Catd wells Syrup lepein aids dues Keallon the head keeps tin bowels regular and makes a man fc l a- tpeee with the whale Try it Driig 131eb1m Every Corner of the Orient Has been ransacked to make our store different from any other it thingsthatrightly directed always wins Fresh Dainties grow describe YOU practice Write heard cleats world has Our New Carpets and Mattings Are all in We are showing a big of faithgrade Carpets in this de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers are represented this stock When you buy Carpets ns It ii the same as buying the mills you have but our profit to pay and tbe patterns you get arethe very newest from the looms Look through our Carpet Department and get our estimates OUR HOISERY STOCK Is chuck full of new novelties for the coming season We pride our selves on giving the best values and maintaining the lowest market anythingSMALL WARES AND NOTIONS AVc are always in the lead when It to small wares and notions We are continually showing new things in Belts Combs NotlouDepartment uptodateTherethings Theres a to doors traverse in be of the strengthening want you to come tell your of ninny we Wo to as as we the is you past we W D OLBHAM COMPANY PLEASE A For 20febtf left in is we the It Polk the or a ns here and It it man or man in the the that of the say is It conntrywith to WT- BztiFliT from have them Dentist in the to so em By Has the any in tle Hwiid has OF the as may cry thoroughfare is the on the Is an In from from Just comes rest More haste less speed and hasten slowly are proverbs horn of expe rience that some things cant be hur red without loss and waste That is specially true of eating The railway lunch habit five minutes for refresh meats is a habit most disastrous to the health You may hurry your eating Yon cant hurry your digestion and the neglect to allow proper time for this important function is the begin ning of sorrows to many a busy man When the tongue is foulthe head aches when they are sour or bitter risings undue fullness after eating hot flushes irritability nervousness irresolution cold extremities and other annoying systems be sure the stomach antI organs of digestion and nutrition have broken down Nothing will reestablish them in active healthy opera tion so quickly as Dr Tierces Golden Medical discovery It strengthens the purifiestheis a strictly temperance medicine containing no alcohol or other intoxicant Givon away Jr Pierces great work The Peoples Common Sense Medioal Adviser is sent FREE on re mailIinfor the paper covered hood or stamps for cloth binding to Dr B VI Pierce Buffalo N YiPerbaps girls are fond of dogs because they like to have some snap about them t bc jis on every box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cure a cold la one day There are boots and books One kind of bookmaker doesnt have to be literary Catarrh Called an American disease is cured by an American medicine originated and prepared in the most cutarrhal of American countries That medicine is Hoods Sarsaparilla- It cures radically and permanently in that it removes the cause cleaning the blood of scrofulous and all other impurities It oyercomes all tbe el fects of catarrh too and builds up the whole system Success often simply means that the world has taken a man at his wn vain tion Be In Stjle Dont laugh at fashion Dont discourage ambition Dont hinder progress Try to be affable Look on the bright side happyEnjoy Keep healthy you can do by using Dr Cald wells vrup Pepsin according to direc tions It is an absolute cure for con indigestion stomach trou- bleS arid sick headache Druggists ISfeblm It takeaa brave man to face a dentist anti area then the dentist can take the nerve oat of him d TO C7XX A COLS mon AT Take putative Bromo Quinine Tabtets All refund the ifl Ia2lt cure E W Groveu M1IHWn kwtcftbboz X cnW Ii + + + ++ +++4+4 t+ i Cash1Store sss sSSSSSSs This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier Ii B U Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will giveaway 10000 treatments B B B will positively cure nil blood and skin trou bles nlcurs scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swellings pim tiles boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison affecting throat or bones inucoun patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts B Bll makes the blood pure anti rich heals every eore or eruption anti stops all aches and pains Druggists 1 For flee treatment addles Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given until cured B B B cures old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of botanic drugs anti is the finest blood purifier in the world 1 The baseball pitcher is a power behind the thrown G A ttobers of Lintner Ill suffered four yours with a wad in his stomach and could not cat He lost 05 pounds Two bottles of Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin restored his appetite todaylieSyrupPepsinThe bashful man and the conceited fellow are really very much alike They both think too much of themselves To be Prepared For war is tho surest way for this nation to maintain peace That is the opinion of the wisest statesmen It is equally true that to be prepared for spring is the best way to avoid the peculiar dangers of the season ThIs is a mnltitudes are learningaud at this time when the blood is sure to be unloaded with impurities and to bo weak and slutrgish the millions begin to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood expels all disease germs creates u good appetite gives strength mid energy and the whole evstem in a healthy rendition preventing pneu monia fevtrs and other dangerous diseases which are liable to attack ti weakened system ISfeblm Nell Shes a blonde isnt she BelleNot yet but she says shes just dying to be one letter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases is instantly allayed andjSkinhave been permanently cured by ft It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples 1 chapped hands chilblains frostbites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta perboxY lfl Dr alys Ceadltloa Fawden r6v just a horse needs when inbidicondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bt putahorseoeats per package t BlobbsOltl friends are dearest SIobba iYes Ihey usually owe yjba the most money J Zk14 tJy CClrJl nt Yokl dcert Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabwta cure a cold iu one thy No cur viif pr IMM 21 MIilW jjjjj4 k4i I r IfJi lr III 1The Richmond Climax fropritorATUbS n PICKELSAsroclate Editor WEDNESDAY MCII 0 lOOt PUBLISHED EVERY WBDNR8DAY BY Th9 Climax Printing Co PRICK PElt YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB coosrr JCDQB N B TURPIN FOR COUNTY fATTOHSEV J TEVI8 CODB FOB SUCBIFF JOHN F WAGERS FOB JAILER JAMBS 0 LACKEY FOR CLEBE JESSE COllB BEPBKSEXTATIVB cats L SEAROY FOB SCHOOL SUPBSINTENDENT J W WAGERS FOB ASSESSOR QEORQK NOLAND FOR S F ROCK FOR COBONBR CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS ron CITY ATTORNEY We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to the office of City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C WELLS a candidate for the nomination of City Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic patty We are authorized to announce W R LETflHHR Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democrat pcarty MOXI AY March 4 witnessed the coronation of William McKinley as King of Columbia Emperor of the Philippines and Lord of the Spanish IsIs Amid unparalleled splnndor and unequalled jm eantry the ceremony was performed under the direction aud personal supervision of Marcus Hanna Esq Grand ChamberlBinof the Realm The inaugural parade and ball were marvels of prodigality resembling more the triumphs of a Roman Trium vir that tho induction into office of the Executive of a free Republic On a time such things were not Tradition tolls us that Jefferson rode to the Capi tol on hnrselmek hitched his steed to till idlings t ken Mirrounding it and tool the oath clad in the honest pano py of homespun So much for the days that were It was at this period that were planted the seedof our growing greatness Men and manhood flourish ed where now grow puppets and eflem mate prigs of mushroon emin ence As turely as are the keys of ic al Hume delivered into tho hands oft new made 1opp to trulore the keys of all power in our land hauded into tho keeping of JIll Majesty McKinley on the fateful fourth of March The only thing lacking in the whole performance was the omission of the anthem God save the King Jons L SULLIVAN the great and only exponent of the UulIlIrt of self defense who is m w living OHcy ou the profits of a thriving jrg factory in New York lias given out lila views on Mrs Carrie Nation The woman aint light in her nut was Joints reilly to a question as to what he might think of her She comes from some jay town where they aint nptndato Theres all the booze you want in Topeka and there always will h j Id like to see her come iu my place and start to smash thing Why Id just say to her See hero madam this place is insured and if you break a pane ot glass off you go to the fooler Then if she went on breaking the place up Id put her out hatchet and all and when Sullivan puts any body out of here shegoes see Of course we all know that Kansas is a prohibi tion state and that Mrs Nation has a chance when she gets to smashing up the gin mills but if she tries it in Now York here shell take some rough rides in the patrol wagon Theres something the matter with her head Thats all theres to it You can CtF BrorCo11 LEXINGTON ICy Are Yon- Building or ReinodelillgIf what you want flII 6 We have this most complete stock of wood mantels In all tho different woods and finishes We real that after years of experience A ind Careful study we can show you tiemost beautiful and useful 1SB well as ornamental Mantles Tiles Grates andTrimmings Ever before offered l Wo cordially Invito an inspection of same CeBroerCo MAIN AND BROADWAY IXI2TONf Y- if 4t r iT bet all the coin in the land that Im right When a woman so far forgets that shes a lady and goes to smashing up saloons with an ax shes fit fora quiet place up in the country where she cant do any harm BLOOD tells is true in every case A man is powerless to keep his innate proclivities from cowing to the surface on some occasions The otherwise sue cessful career of many a wouldbe hero baa been marred and ruined by some exhibition of his real naturewhich the gloss and veneer of studied social polish had hitherto obscured Such an in stance is now shocking the public and has come near retarding the promotion of the present active head of the navy The pseudo hero of Santiago in which campaign he won nothing but the scorn of the world by his attempt to steal an undeserved honor has given a second display of snobishness which has amazed even the staunchest ot his sup porters Success dtie to favoritism and not merit seems to have turned the Admirals head The son of a day laborer and himself at an early age a digger of ditches he has of late become an inexorable supporter of social distinction in a letter to the Secretary of the Navy he asks that a certain gunner dis tinguished for bravery and gallautry be not promoted to the rank he de serves and has earned on the ground that he is of obscure origin and not a social equal or fit associate for the other officers It is needless to point out the folly of such a step when a purse proud aristocracy arises in our land and puts on the airs and assumes the customs of the old world plutocracy ceasing to recognize bravery and merit irrespective of class then has perished the primitive and fundamental freedom on which our institutions are based It is to be liored that such effrontery on the part of Admiral Sampson will ro mulL in the condemnation and finale of such principles as he fain would prac tice May manhood be recognized and foppery punished Premote the man behind tho gun not the officer behind time tree THE ELECSRIC LINE AGAIN List week in an article in these columns we vigoiously made manifest our opposition to tile proposed invasion of our business territory by the pros pective electric line from Lexington Each day since then our antagonism to this system of local drainage has in creased and as it certainly seems now assuredwe are up in arms against it and for the benefit of our advertisers home industries and the good of our little municipality of Richmond we shall fight it to the last In an interview with Dr David Bennett of Lexington one of time new roads chief promoters we were told that work is to be commenced at once in connecting time Blue Grass county seats with the Blue Grass capital and that time towns which give the most encouragement will be the first to be joined to Lexington Our one chance is to discourage its advent by talking it down Instead of booming Lexington let us boom Richmond Encourage the can nine factory and the new cigar factory that are being talked of and help to make our city a commercial nter in stead of quietly allowing it to be bled of its capital through inaction Ky the concerted efforts of our citizens we could make Richmond drawing card If a Commercial Club wore duly orcan ized to benefit and work for the inter est of our community and hearty steps taken to bring trade here instead of taking it away the results would be a speedy increase in our prosperity We have a large territory that could be made dependent on us the mountain counties that are joined to us by direct railway facilities could immensely profit business interests here should Richmond lift her shoulders above her country neighbors in steps of progress So wo exhort our readers to stand by local interests Make Richmond Lex ington is already made Monopolies are a menace to business everyw- herePERSONAL Mr WSIIume was in Louisville last week Cant J D Feeny has been in town a few days Dr Phil Roberts has returned from Hot Springs Mr Hugh Brent of Paris was in town Friday Miss Pattio Stephenson has moved to LexingtonMiss Lackey is at home from Lexington Mr Waller Traynor of Danville spent Sunday here Miss Fannie Prather is visiting relatives in Lexington Mr C L Thompson of Mt Sterling was here Monday Gov James n McCreary was in Louisville last week Elder L H Reynolds of Anstcrlitz was in town court day Mr Jay Ballard of Lexington is visiting relatives here Miss Laura Bennett entertained at cards Friday afternoon Mr Arthur Lynn of North Carolina is visiting relatives here Judge A It Burnam of Frankfort was here a few days last week Mrs John R Pates and little girl visited Versailles last week Mr H C Smith of Cynthiana was among the court day buyers Dr David Bennett of Lexington has been spending several days here Mrs Clms G Crooks has bnen visit ing Mrs McFerran Crow of Versalles Dr and Mrs Fish of Nicliolasville have been visiting Mr and Mrs B J ClayMr and Mrs John B Chenault of Frankfort have been visiting relatives here Misa Annie Rutledgeof Clark county is the guest of Dr and Mrs G W- Eans Dr James H Letcher nnd wife of Danville attended tho TurnerLetcher weddingMrs Neville M berley and Miss Martha Bowling will spend tomorrow in LexingtonMiss Christerson has returned to Lexington after a pleasant visit to relatives here Judge R O Williams of Mt Vernon was a guest at the TurnerLetcher wed ding last week Mr J T Ferriell was in Bardstown last week to see his father who has been quite ill Miss Lee Prather has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Irvine Pratber of Lexington Messrs E P Campbell and Montie Powell of Irvine wero among the court daybuyer8 UfaMBeMie TJaomw of Mftikoa Is d ec It T Cures All Blood Humors i Americas Greatest Spring Medicine =u u stitute spent several days last week at her Palls home Mr and Mrs Robert Pogue of Cincinnati attended the TuruerLotcher wedding last week Mrs W W Williamson and laughter of Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs J 0 Lackey Messrs John T McUlintbclc Grant E Lilly C C Wallace and eon are in Washington D C Mr C E Forbes wife and daughter of O borne Ohio are visiting the family of Printer White Mr and Mrs James P Amsilen of Versailles visited Mr and Mrs S N Moberley Thursday Mr David C Fox of Mi Sterling has returned to his home after a wcekss visit to relatives here Mr A L Hect of Louisville the representative of Walshlhe Tailorhas been In town several days Mrs C D Chenault and children have returned from a visit df several months to Louisiana relatives Mr and Mrs Pryor Beard of Shelby ville have returned home from a visit to Rev and Mrs Hugh McLellan Misses Smith of Louisville and Murphy of Nicholasvillu aro the guests of Misses May and Lila Taylor Mrs S Neville Moberley and her guest Miss Martha Howling of Clarks villeTenn spent Tuesday in Versailles Miss May Escott has returned to Shelbyville from a pleasant visit to Misses Elizabeth Taylor and Katherine Kate Huguely who is attending Hamilton College at Lexington spent last week with her parents at Red HouseMr and Mrs Rutherford Donglasof Nicliolasville attended the wedding of Mrs Douglas sister Miss Mary Letcher last week Mr Philip L Wilgingwho is making a success of traveling for a large Pitts burg paint and glass house spent last week at homo Mr and Mrs C E Smith and daugh ter Florie of Lexington have been spending several day sat their old home here to the delight of their many friends Dr and Mrs W S Montgomery formerly of Piqua 0 but who have lately moved to Lexington attended the TurnerLetcher wedding last Wednesday evening Miss Doyle Blythe Letcher gave a delightful card party Friday evening in honor of her charming guest Miss Ethel Maining of Manchester six couples were present Mr Richard Gentry a tin and hard ware drummer from Itichmord took dinner Tuesday with Mr C W Gentry and family the occasion being the Squires 75th birthday Harrodsburg Sayings Miss Florence Winn who has been ihe charming and popular guest of Miss Susan Hume during the gayeties of the past two weeks has returned to Winchester to the regret of her many Richmond friends Miss Carlisle Walker entertained Wednesday evening in honor of Misses Escott Dickson and Greenleaf A number of this popular young ladys friends were present and the delighted recipients of her hospitality Messrs L B Herrington and H M Blantou were in Lexington last week to look into the matter ot establishing a chapter of Phi Delta Theta at State College From there Mr Herrington matte a visit to Miami College at Ox ford Ohio Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberley entertained the Married Peoples Euchre Club last Thursday even Ing in a very charming and elegant manner Delicious refreshments were served and handsome prizes awarded Miss Martha Bowling of Clarksville Teun was the guest of honor Miss Van Greenleaf held a reception Thursday evening in honor of her guest Miss Lizzette Dickson of Paris Her guests played cinch until a late hour In her inimitable way Miss Greenleaf made the evening a mot pleasant one and her party one of tho most successful and brilliant of the of tho handsomest receptions given in Lexington this season was that given last Friday evening by the Junior Class of Hamilton College This class numbers thirty five young ladies At the head of this class stood Miss Jennie Tcrrill of this city who was beautifully attired in a seafoam crepe de nine over same color of silk There were present about 250 guests among them several young men of this city Music was furnished by Saxton The Prandennial Club now numbers nineteen member the constitutional limit Gov MnCreary is President C E Woods Secretary Messrs J Stone Walker W S Moberley T J Smith Jr It II Crooke It E Turley li E Roberts W S Hume Drs A Wilkes Smith 0 H Vaugbt and Musison Dunn Revs Blanton Turner and Mir Clelland Professors S J Sanderson Carpenter and Jotters and Senator Gates of Silver Creek The club will be the guest of Prof Carpenter on Saturday evening at tho Presidents office after dining at Joes at 7 oclock Time subject Divorce will be dis cussed The class is Messrs Crook Walker Blanton McCreary and Jef feis The last meeting was with Mr T J Smith Jr when an elaborate dinner was served at his home on Main street followed by a discussion of Education The return of Prof Sanderson an old valued member and the accession of Rev Mr McClelland time new pastor of time Christian church strengthens time club which already was one of the Stato best organizations of the kind in the MARRIED JONESLAEEMr J L JqneOrf Bryants Store and Miss HattIe Lake of Evergreens were married ThureUay by Squire D P Armer DQUCLR VEDDING At the home of this brides parents Mr RId Mrs Matt Pigg of Big Hill on Thursday Idland b lth L RELIGIOLJS Elder T J Martin will preach at Fiat Woods church on Saturday night and Sunday next The ladles of the W C T U will hold a meeting in the lecture room of the Christian church Friday afternoon at three oclock All members are desired to be present TIme Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian Church gave a very plensant social Friday evening in the lecture room ot the Church A large number of young people were present and thoroughly enjoyed time occasion The lectures of Dr Willett will begin on Sunday next at the Presbyterian Clinch where they will be continued during the week in tile afternoon at S oclock and in the evening at halfafter seven No one should fail to attend and derive the benefit of this course There will bo a meeting of the W C T U in the lectures room of the Christian church Friday March 8th at S oclock All members of the organi zation are earnestly requested to be present andall ladles are cordially invited to attend Time first native Filipino Christian Endeavor Society has been organized in Manila The exercises were in Spanish and Tagulog It is predicted by those best fitted to judge that as soon as the society is understood it will become very popular with the Filipinos as they have an inherent talent for or ganization There is prospect of an otherSociety at Iloilo and a pledge is being prepared hi the Visayan lan guage dayforMissions to be taken by the members of time Christian Chnrch Rev McLellan preached a powerful sermon on Gods Love to Man as a Preparatory Step and the collection which was taken at its conclusion was in excess of time appor tioument levied on the local congrega tion 182 being netted The total however wiltreach S200 as not all time members were present and there are contributions yet to come Endeavor Day was celebrated throughout the world with keener interest than usual this year because of its being the twentieth birthday of the movement In New York City a whole weeks meeting was held under Dr Chapman in variousdfstricts London and Liverpool hind great simultaneous missions hi which Endeavorers were foremost Chihuahua Mox had a rousingDecision Dayrally In every city towuvilliagennd hamlet in America special service were heM Thous antis of dinstaiu Endeavor sermons wero preached offerings made for mis sions and decisions unnumbered for Christ registered through the efforts of the societies to make the twentieth anniversary a Decision Day Lexing ton Herald BIRTHS ALLMAN Born to the wife of John Allman Sunday night a eleven pound girl DEATHS LYXCII Calvin Jjynch aged 75 a wellknown resident of Wagersville Estill county died Friday WiJfTEfe Julius Winter Sr aged T2oue of Louisvilles bestjknown tailors and thefounder of the famous Winter Tailoring establishment died Sunday of a complication of diseases in Miami Florida RISK Mrs Margaret Risk wife of Will Risk ot Union died suddenly Friday night ol hommorhage of tho lungs She was about years of age and an excellent Christian woman Her remains were laid to rest in the family burying grounds TiioitiE Stan ton II Thorpe Sr one of time most respected and honored men in the county fell into the sleep that knows no waking on Thursday last Deceased was CO years of age and the father of Stanton II John George and Robert Thorpe of this county His demise is sincerely regretted by all His remains were interred in the family burying ground- FA1tLEYWjliiam Farley aged 41 died suddnlylIondsy nieht He had not been feeling well for sonic daystbut his demise was not expected and comes as a great smock to his family and friends Mr Farley was a clever gentleman and greatly liked lIe be longed to one of time most prominent anti respected families in this section A wile and several small children sur vive him Base Ball Prospects The base ball season of 01 promises- to be a brilliant one indeed and Central Universitys prospects for a winning team were never bettor Cnn nin ham the famous league player has been encaged to coach the team and aud open air practice will be commenced as soon as the weather permits Already work has been begun in the gymnasium and the players are sup pling their joints and getting ready to rejoice the hearts of the fans Among time names of this years team will be found those of the two Chat hams Tay Crow Million Hoffman and others A strictly bonn fide student organization will represent our college No institution in the Slate is moro heartily opposed to theringing process than C U C B Chatham is Captain anti R D Squires Manager of this seasons organization Theirdates havo been only partially filled but the following have been arranged April 5 IC U vaUat Richmond April 13 Georgetown vs C U at GeorgetownApril25StateColego vs C U at Richmond April 26 Center vs C U at Danville April 29 Georgetown vs C Uat Richmond May 2 Miami vs 0U at Richmond May 8 W L vs O U at Richmond June 6 State College SoC Uat Lexington Jnne 10 CentroCollege vs C U at Richmond From May 30 to 20 the team will make a southern tour playing such colleges asUnivereity of Tennessee at KuoxvKllo University of Georgia at Athens Mercer College at Maean GR and Many othergf Four by Six for Time Climax Lines suggested by questings of an assessor Six feet of earth makes us all time same size To those who havofelt the torturing touch of penury tasted the bitter bread of unrequitted toil and whoso home like the authors is but a pic ture dear which hangs In memorys hall these poor lines are affectionately inscribed AH I possess is four by six And Shlock covets even that His greed insaliale knows no bounds MFrom pole to pole his habitat Thank Heaven tis all that he can claim Of all illgotten wealth and lands When lifes short span is measured out And Death unlocks his sordid hands Just where this twentyfour of earth This sacred spot by me possessed Located is theres none can tell Although truth It stands confessed The nearest resident my be A crownless king or Lazarus poor Or demagogue or patriot brave Or priest or thankless sinecure Assessor neer admittance finds Of inventory Hit to make Or fix its value great or small Nor een the name of owner take Ne power though regal ever can A cent of tribute eer demand Like love of friends of wife and child Untaxcd and free to humblest man No record with its metes and bounds No deed or bond from man to man Is locked in iron vault of state Descriptive of this spot of land But here the patient sons of toil Who ceisless work with brain and hand May lay them down at lifes sunset And find indeed a beulah land Here sheltered from the storms of life The weary soul at last may know A peace eternal as the stars A quiet deep as oceans flow a a a The mausoleums sculptured walls By Times corrosive touch will mix With simple dust of mother Earth And leave ue only four by six COSMOPOLITE 31 0 Ky March 31901 Hicks on March First and second colder and clearing in the west with storm area central over Mississippi Valley followed by sharp change to colder 5th to 7th storm conditions will return with tropical storms in south and storms of rain wind and snow from northwest A blizzard will follow on the Cth or 7th 9th to 13th abnormal electric phenomena such as auroras electric winds charging objects on earths surfacecur rents disturbing telegraphic instru ments thunder storms sleotand earth quake disturbances 15th to 17th gen- erallY unpleasand and unsettled weath er Time greater storm period of the month will be from tho 19th to the 25th with probability of severe storms along southern coasts heavy thunderstorms and possible tornadoes for the interior followed by snow and cold March closes fair and cool Sufficient rainfall will visit almost time entire country in thespring but drouths will visit many interior sections In the summer The ColsonScoll Affair Resurected A dispatch from Washington says An echo of the ColsonScott shoot ing In Frankfort a year ago was heard iu the House Saturday night when Representative Hay of Virginia asked unanimous consent that a bill to cor rect time military record of E D Scott be passed When Lieut Scott was mustered out of tho service at Annison Ala Colonel Colson indorsed his dis charge in words severely reflecting up on his military services and character At tho beginning of the present session a bill was introduced authorizing the Seecretary of War to erase from the records the objectionable endorsement When the bill was brought up and a short statement made by Mr Hay Representative Wheeler objected to its consideration on the grounds that the passage of ihebill would be a reflection on Col D G Colsou The gentlemen should be mindfulof the motto Speak gently of the dead Kentucky Sunday School Convention Madison Sunday School teachers should not forget that the State county and district ojlicers of time Kentucky Sunday School Association will hold a conference at Georgetown March 13 14 nut 15 The object is to promote the Sunday School interests of tho State Time State Association is intcrdenomi national in character Its plan of work is to organize every county in time State by calling time Sunday School workers together in convention annually and by the election of a president a secretary and an executive committee who look after tha Sunday School interests of the county under the direction of the State executive committee and tie general socretary Time magisterial dis tricts are organized in thesinie way This meeting at Georgetown is a con ference of these officers for the purpose improvement in their work It is not confined however to these officers All persons interested in Sunday Schoolwork and especially pastors and superintendents are in vited The lw i evening sessions and the afternoon of the last dajjare to be devoted to the work of the individual Sunday School We are asked to urge as many Madi son people as can to attend Dr Willelts Course Dr Herbert L Willett will preachat the First Presbyteiian Church Sunday morning March 10 Sunday evening1 Dr Willett will speak on the Prepara tion of the World for Christianity the first of a series of lectures to continue through the week until Friday The general subject of the evening course will be The Beginning of Christianity A courgo has been arranged for the afternoons at 3 oclock beginning Monday General subject Time Wia dow Literature otlme Old Testament The expenses of lectures will be met by tho active church people of the corn genjeralcal themes in an interesting attractive and Instructive manner Below will be found the evening pro gramme for the week Sunday March 10 Preparation of the World for Christianity Monday March 11 Judaism and Christianity TussdaygcLt 12 Peter tad Jew Love never finds a burden too heavy for it to tackle A man seldom does his best unless ho is working for himself Earth has nothing more tender than a pious womans heart Luther It doesnt take a hatchetfaced woman to cut an undesirable acquaintance Fortune is usually seen in the company of industry and charity As a rule old age applauds the past and condemns the pres- entWALL PAPER- SFORi901J boughttW ing Factories and have now in stock the largest and most varied stockitin Central tucky They are each and everyone marked at a price that simply defies competition From 3c on up to thefinest hand goods All new designs and colors Yellows Blues Pinks Greens Reds Etc You are most cordially vited to call and inspect our selection P Gsa M lllpg 1Shades Jab Christianity Wednesday March 14 Paul aud Gen tile Christianity Thursday March 14 John and Universal Christianity Friday March 15Time First Century of Christian History Musical Preludo715 p m Lecture 730 p m The choirs of the various churches under the efficient leadership of Mrs Akers are preparing attractive musical preludes for each evening Tire subjects for the afternoon will be announced later These lectures are free All are cordially invited Go te Hcar Daniels Today Frank Daniels who bears creditably time journalisticly conferred title of the funniest man on the stage wil- lIe in Lexington tonight8fter six years absence Time vehicle in which he will display his talents this season is a new comic opera entitled The Ameer Last winter ill New York the press pronounced it the comic opera hit of the season He is reported as saying that he likes the opera better than he did arty of its predecessors He enacts the title role andhis interpretation is understood to be very funny indeed The story is laid in Afghanistan on time grounds of the Ameer It is described as decidedly original Frank M Rau ken and Kirke La Sh lIe are its au thors and right cleverly if those who have heard the tale can be relied upon have they done their work Mr La Shelle is also time author of the light opera hit Time Princess Chic VIc- tor Herbert is the composer of the music of The Ameer That means of itself an evening of fresh delicious melody stirring choruses and ringing finales The locale of the opera easily lends itself to picturesque and splendid stager representation Aud of this op credtHedavailed himself Time production is of an elaborate character and the company has been enlarged until It num hers over sixty people Moreover the increase in numbers is said to be along lines which have gained for Frank Dudiels the reputation of having the prettiest and best ringing chorus Oti the road Helen Bedmondoverwfc fHMt1 Mi iieiD Sen 1reamgimu c JLJL V THE NEW YE- ARBARGAINS NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY We are willing to make great I Sacrifice in order to have a Cr rClearance On all Winter Goods We must make room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty coTors reduced from 225 to S1 95IAll wool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479 to 3 85 Mens Wool Hose Blue and Greyu 1- 0MenrsCaps2Oand 39 Mens Arctics 1 00 Mens Boots 100 Reduction on Dress Goodsand Outings Cnildrens Wool Hoods colored15 and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR COTTONS HflMBURGS AND LACE We will have a nice selection call in and see our new line It will be our effort to sell you real bargains so dont forget us WishingJeach one of you a very happy and prosperous new year Iam RespectfullyICor MainFirst St MCKEE CARRIAGES UGGIB PHAETONS Built to your order at our Factory atLReasonable Prices Call and see the Vehicles of the new firm SEEING IS BUYING I Kentucky Crrie WorKs mny raved last season is Frank Daniels prima donna Kate Tart the superb contralto and Norma Koppthe nimble noubrette are also with him Among the principal men of Daniels support are Rhys Thomas Will Dan forth Owen Westford and WmCorliss The forthcoming engagement will af fordthe only opportunity for seeing the Daniels company this season Clarence West is the comical director Go over this afternoon and hear him There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years it was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by con stantly failing fo cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has catarrh to be a con stitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F JCheney Co Toledo Ohio is time only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and any Case it fails to cure Address F JCHENEY CoToledo0 Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best HONAKER I The Celebrated Legtonc FLORIST J 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unusual kill their liberality II worthy of fcerious consideration As all amleted readers may have 3 03 worth of treatment e peclallv prepared for their case FUSE with full directions we will advis them to write for It at once Address the Uer minAinericcn Doctors giving history svmo tom of ease In full All correspondence 6rKtlv oonSidential Plain envelopes use also plain wrappers for the packages contain tug medicine OKnUUrArRntCAN ooarons dcelily 9J Mason St Milwaukee Wis Patronize Hom In urancB Insure your dwellings harm and other pro erty In the ItLUE JRASS ISUKANCP OK PAN of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when low occur to other members and no initiation fe charged to becomes member of company Th cheapest and most reliable company for th people of our county now operating in tb Btate and gets cheaper every year falling ti onehalf alter the first rear aaFor further particulars call on L I ADAMS Agent and Collector office in com liouse with the County Judge ICicbmond Kj may24ly NoM Bueyjr4 fi with isather- I top WHEN VILEY Iz THEIUCTAILOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish hisIgarments are unsurpassed He just received no elegant lotof e IM RTBD rA RI j From New York and dpsires to make you an npto data SPRING SUIT Mr Viley ciils personally nil the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter orally tailor west of Now York TRY HIM j rt WS VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY 13febly PRODUCE rItVoo 4 Having closed out my stock of Groceries I will now devote my entire time to the r PRODUCE I 1IoIII1IBUSINESS Will pay more for Poultry Eggs etc than any house in Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before disposing of anything in this line AT GOtT Near Ta X Depot RICHMONDKY octlOtf JYou Oet I the ProfitsTnder onr plan of selling carriages bug gleK and harness you Ret the The job ber nnd retailer arc cut out Ily dealing direct with the manufacturer you pay only the cost of X making with a moderate profit added and you take your choice from the biggest stock and X fullest assortment Our plan of I1iV BacnI Soiling Carriages insure stlsfactlon yonr money hailed Oar complete Illustrated DirectNmany styles of high grade blankets and otIWentaX Buns ofeach THE COLUMBUS X BOI772 Columbus OhioJ i o4ooFor Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 6000 For Second Nearest Correct Guess 3000 Third 1500 Fourth 1000 Fifth 500 Sixth 400 l Seventh 3OO Next 20 each S1OO amounting to 2000 1OO 50 II 5000II 200 25 5000 lOOO 10 10000II 3060II 5 II i 15300 A total of4387 prizes amounting to50000I-n case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1896 was 1O2O1O7 1892 881625 1807 864022 1893 835604 1898 793169 1894II 776819 1899 920872 1895II 846996 1900 1049121 Guess what it will be in 1901 6900011An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among them The WeeklyEnquirer81OOO for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 81000 for on3 subscription ten years secures ten guesses No commissions or extra guesses For further particulars see Weekly Enquirer Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 01 LQ 9 1j 7 M 7J7f7J7It LEXINGTm IffllJ BL Pays You 300 for Every ij Dollar Invested 6 OJ tIwy i Branch office front room 4over Joplins furniture store LPTODDMGR4Jl ij fj ij F ffi7J1 7 ORGANIZED 1866 5 OEO W MORRIS Pren W W luTE Vice Pres tTHB MUTUAL UP 1NUANQL iOF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky I David Merrlwelher Secy Jos Pettus Treas Jas B Steadmin Medical Dlrectcr Henry A Hodge Bnpt Agencies Kentucky Admitted Assets Pee 31 1900 3 01S7U 23 bUUlLUd Dec 31 191509 13 4Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 1800 779517 51 ICxptndlturei for 193- 0Uzceu 6049 4 Income over expenditures 171SU Oi fJ of Insaraace In Force December 31 B08 5I6C455i9 to4i 0 J H KENNEDY ciaIAgent RICHMOND KY 46caatly 4t= LAND STOCK AND CROP Geo W Smith of Bourbon ountysold to Penn FinlejT of Georgetown 700 barrels of iorn at 210 per barrel An derson News W M Swope soldbis crop- o 100000 pounds of tobaccoaf lOc to Henry Ware It is the highest price that has been reported at a home sale in Fayette county Lexington DemocratHaley Sons mule sale at Franklin Tennlast Saturday was largely attended and good prices realized Thirtyfive head sold for an aveiage of 5145 The demand for mules this season is much greater than for several years past Since the outbreak of the war in South Africaup to Jan 1 1901 the British Govern ment has landed 117 730 horses and 64036 mules in South African territory In transit 2000 mules were lost and cast overboard yearlinghen will lay more eggs the first season than during any other two years of her existence because she is not so liable to take on fat as an older hen and good author ities say fat is fatal to the laying of eggs J M Scott of Shawhau sold 1000 bushels of wheatfor seventyone cents per bushel C J Daniels is delivering to George W Stuart his crop of grass seed about eight thousand bushels for 45c per bushelBourbon News The fruit growers of the Pacific Slope are trying to es tablish a big market for their dried products inSiberia The Russians eat great quantities of dried fruits especially apples and prunes and the trial shipments sent to Vladivostok have realized handsome profits- I have frequently been trou bled says W L Anderson in Farm and Home bj poor germination but have noticed wherever the frame or sash shaded the bed plants grew thickly Acting on this hint I covered the glass complete ly after planting and to my surprise plants came up thick ly evenly and with a rush Since then I usmlly germi nate in the dark William Davis near Muir is going to convert piano boxes into shed for his sheep He says IhaVe about 150 ewes and I propose to knock off a couple of planks from the front of each of the boxes seal the crevices line the boxes with tar paper and set them in the field The boxes cost me sixty cents each and I find thatthey are much cheaper and just as serviceable as a shed or barn They make really better shelters for the lambs than larger barns into which so many sheep would crowd Winchester Sun There were 300 cattle on the market at Winchester Mon day says the Democrat The quality was fairbut firstclass cattle were scarce the de mand exceeding the supply There was a better feeling in the Market than last court day and many firstclass cattle could have been sold The best price of the day was 4J cents for a lot of nice year lings thin in order Some that were sold by the head probably brought five cents or more T I Wills bought a lot of steers 880lb of Mat Cohen at 4c There were 200 cattle at Lancaster Monday A bunch of 700lb steers topped the Tile ExciseMade by many a man for taking a drink at the is that he needs a bracer He feels weak his stomach is out ofsorts and liquor makes him feel good The tired man who sits on a pin leaps up energybut say that this energy was evi dence of the l giving plUSo byliquors only spur the body on but do not strengthen itStrength is made front food properly and assimilatedWhen the stom ach is diseased there is a failure to extract the nutrition from foodand the body grows weak The weak body stimulatingDrcures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition so that the nutrition of food is perfectly ex tractedand assimilatedand the body nourished into health and There is no alcohol in n Golden Medical Discovery and it is entirely free from opium cocaine and all other narcotics Accept no substitute for Golden Med Discovery There is no other medicine just as Rood for diseases of the stomaCh and allied organs Your Golden Medical Discovery and Dr JOC3tbeuefit tJleiaboeteeUnJrGfalserT iIgidMtks market at 4c Mules sold at 50 to 120 W H Billard sold 30 80lb shoats tdW F DeLong yesterday for 5c per pound Mr M H Beard of Fayette county has pur chased 60 head of mules from R K Hart of Fleming coun ty The total cost is said to have been 7500 The ani mals were shipped to Mem phis and New Orleans where they will be oldDanville Adv cate The outlook for a wheat crop in the West End is very poor and in fact is not much better in other portions of the county Blue grass also is in badshape On some farms it has been entirely killed One farmer says a twentyacre clover field on his place is dead and that he will plow it up and plant corn The cause is not fully known and some farmers say the weather has killed the grass while others claim that a small grub has killed it by eatingit away just below the surface of the ground Harrodsburg Say ingsr W Watts recently sold to J P Leonard 46 fat hogs average weight 260 pounds toJnine months old at 490 Three hundred Kentucky horses will be shipped to South Africa for the British Armys use The contract has been awarded Thomas Murphy of Glasgow Kyand is the first ever given directly to a Kentucky horse dealer by the British government Mr Murphy has begun purchasing and he believes that he will soon secure the number desired Mr Murphy has been furnishing horses for the United States army both in Cuba and the Philippines Shelby Record The stMimh control the situation Those who are hearty aiHl strong are those ho can out and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsii Cure digustH what you eat nnd allows you to eat all the pood loath von want If you miller from itidigest inn heartburn belching or IIIY other Htoinnoli trouble this goodTheit Perry it Thomas The improvement noted in recent numbers of Every bodys Magazine is still more conspicuous in the March is suerrhis is a firstrate magazine brimfull of individ uality containing remarkably strong tories and articles of distinct interestand readable ness Among the tencent monthlies it is rapidly forging to the front and it bids fair to contest the supremacy of its most widely circulated contemporaries Like Oliver Twist children ask for more whet given One Minute Cough Cure Mothers indorse it highly for yroiip It quickly cures all coughs and rolds and every throat nml lung trouble It is n specific for grippe anti asthma nnl has long neen n wel known remedy for whooping coii h Perry Thomas Nothing hut evidence of transcendent ability could excuse the President for having placed a captain in command of the fleets of the United States over the heads of high er officers and Sampson showed anything but trans cendentability Butofcourse the President must reward him merely to prove that he himself made no mistake in his selection When you are bilious use those fatuous little pills known as UeWitta Little Risers to cleanse the liver and bowelS They never gripe Perry Thomas Russias sudden reprisals have stricken the administra tion with consternation Secretary Gage thought that he could please the sugar trust by causing two years or so of litigation during which time he could keep Russia in play But the Czar called his bluff in good shape and he is face to face with a humiliating back down See that you Rettlie original DeWitts Witch IInzel Salve when you ask for it The genuine is a certain cure for piles ores and skin diseases Perry Lhomas The actual situation in South Africa seems to be that the British posts throughout the country and those guarding the railway lines are held practically in a condition of perpetual seige by the mobile Boers Of all the thousands of men that Kitchener has at his disposal less than 20000 are reported to be available for actual field work Mark Twain has called at tention to the way in which the missionaries in China are joining in the looting and op pression of the natives It is time that some one whose voice can attract attention should rebuke theseso called Christians Have you read Alfred Aus tins latest He rhymes xemafc with force meet 1 he linU otood Coffee F k t Begins in the rPr growing Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the squalityspoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay f- orARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you morecupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees 4 Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations Arbuckles In each pound package of Arbncklos Roasted Coffee there if a list of articles With each package In which the List Is found the purchaser has hought a or some article to be selected by him or her from the LIst subject only to th condition that theFI nature on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address alt communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY Mr Hanna declares that the subsidy bill pales before some provisions ljf the river and harbor bill True liut the loot in the latter is at least distributed after a fash ion while that in the former neilrly all goes to one or two companies Come to think of it isnt it insulting and dishonest be sides to negotiate reciprocity treaties with foreign nations witho t the least intention of ratifying them Why not be fTionest about this thing The cotton census is to be taken all over again The bright young man who had fiOuresobrought so much out of them that their deficiencies became too glaring to be permitted to stand There are reports that the President will veto the river and harbor bill Tell that to the marines Mac isnt big enough to back up his warning about economy by any such radical action as that Of course the subsidy bill will be introduced at the extra session and will be forced through unless some of the Republican Senators dare to to defy Hanna and vote their convictions against it Isnt it about time that the Philippine war should be officially declared at an end once more It hasnt been ended fp nearly two months nownot since the election in fact The Senate is now studying its hand with a good deal of care and wondering whether it is safe to onclude that the President is bluffing in regard to that extra session It might be a good idea to have a civil service examination held for candidates for the post of Prince of Wales The office has been vacant for two or three weeks now Ohio pugilists are now fighting by injunctions thus utilizing another greatmodern engine of oppression to post pone the employment of their fists It is a case of pull Dick pull devil between the steel and sugar trusts nowadays in regard to Russian duties We shall see which has the strong est pull The appalling thought has occurred to the allied govern ment that the loot in China must soon give out What on earth are they to do then Three yes ago the United States army was 30O Omen today it is 100000 showing an increasEr of about 25000 a year How large mil itbcini- ailother thre yi- irsxj With Prof Pupin discover ing how to talk around the world by wires and Tesla uis covering how to telegraph around it without wires the limits of electrical communi tion would seem to have been about reached Just as the Pat Crowe excitement was dying out that person had to send one of his accomplices to b2 caught in order to revive it The itch for notoriety is very hard to get rid of Mrs Nation is now travel ling around the country It is not likely however that she wilLnot find another Kan sassearch as she may If some of those Boxer suiIcidedo but accept 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FIGURE YOU j ON YOUR WANT IN THE DSIC HARROW if This is Our On Wheels f ++ ++ SUperlOr 444 +4+ fU + +++++++++++++++ PLOWOLOGY J Or the Science of Disc Mechanics l Would show tlleplow principle to be Ihoumedaaidit is noteworthy the great 4the beelast centtsr llme inreeoN8chp4 IRentby tlHi walkingiY line when iflH tssrke4 Well a lull yo IPlow Repairs aad larmiug Impkmnn 1MIofP1owOeu DOUGLAS SIMMUIS B1IuYw STOVES i rAIHJIIPIQIft 8 ac l 5t 4L i THE RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT J The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1001 Sheriffs Sale FOR TAXES 1900 OF Land Town Lots H H Coyer Sheriff of Madison county will offer at public sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Kentucky on- MONDAY APRIL 1st 1901 It being County Court day between the hours of 10 a in and G p in the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the year 1901 WHITE LIST RICHMOND NO Ayers Mrs Nannie lot S 200 Baxter Mrs Rebecca Ins lot 5 0 Barter Robt A 20 acres laud 110 Baxter John L lot 600 Barkley John J 1 lot bOO Boltun Mrs Mary lot 000 Brooks J 0 ur3 lots 400 Bush Joo lot iJCornelison J Roed 2 lots Columbia Finance d1rust Co Assignee lot MO Cunningham Pat hrs lot 230 Davis Mrs Sallie tat SiAl Dunbnn limmtilt cL S one lot 5fA Win LI lot 200 Frazee Di L J ailinr of J Cran- dallt 1 lot 501 Gentry Mrs Kale nr lot rou Garrison Bettin fir lot 800 Goodlet T L ailmruf A M Stone 123 acres- Harrison 3060 011fIr 10 lots Hall Mrs Amanda lui tN10 Hacker T T lire tot Hogg H B agt Fred ulfiuglJrIlot- Jacobs 150 Chas lot Johnson Mike nr lot 511IKeller Mrs Nora 1 lIt Million Mrs Amanda lot Malory Springs Co 140 acres Rymel John W lot 18001 Schimdt Eliza hrs 1 lot Smith Win II Jr lot lso White Choi W 1 lot- POXTOWX 500 NO 2 Burgin Mrs Mary OS seas land 16110 Dozier Mrs Susan 5 acres 2iiO acrjllOOIGutSHarrison and York lot 330 Jurdon J W 25 acres 100 Jonas W II 218 acres 4000 Jones Dan lur 42 acres 1010 King Mrs nr 00 acres 200 Parrish Mrs Lou 25 acres 1000 Weddle Cyrus 1 acre 3U UNION xo 3 AR il1lrrsJudie 4 acres 80 Cot man F M2 acres 50 Noland J guardian Lamer hrs SO acres 150 Sexton Arch G 32 acres 250 Shearer Mrs Kdili 5 acres IOU ELLIBTOX xo 4 Adams Allle W 5 acres 200 Adams Thos Clwbe nr 118 acres SOO Butler John W 126 acres lUU Bryant Jas and Bettio 17 acres 206 lilevins Sarah 2 acres 50 Barnes Sam acre 400 Cain henry acre Finney Mrs Mary B 15 acres Dave S acres 100 Grinstead Geo W lot 15 Handy Jas T 20 acre 101 James Miss Annie acre 50 Johnson Lewis 47 acreH so Johnson Edith hrs 81 a e OO King Simon and W J 15 nures I II Lee Mrs Elizabeth 10 ac 116 Lee Alfred 0 acre i4 Manpin Mrs Cash S aetiw 41 McLauglilin Andy JO mrres 2y Miller John T 77 acres 410 Noland Abe 7 acres Ill Pearson Scudder 55 ncres lk Portwood lohn P 25 terra 180 Pratber Mary Eliot iiI Short John liO acres Si Sbifllot KH5ott7ncres tai Sams John nr acres 4J1J Taylor Wm W minor 1 lot Todd Mat 1 acre Tribble Sam H 100 acres uti YATES XO 5 Adams A J 40 acres l1U Alcorn John E 12 acres 160 Barrett Hobt 10 acres jBallard Mrs J P 51 acres l8C Black Jas Enr 170 acres HI40 Clolland W 14 acres uno lox Mrs Elizabeth 44 acres 110 Clrnelison Kobt 6 acres 110 E U on David 100 acres 310 Eaill Johnathan 22 acres lOW Farlev Henry 20 acres 110 Gentry Dave nr 40 acres 110 5QHollandHurley W H 82 acres ow Ingrain Hardin 1 lot 21 310JonesJones Elizabeth 20 acres 6t Jobnsn John W nr 157 acres Kindred Serina lire 44 acres 610 Kidwell Mrs Mary J 40 acres 130 Lakes Sanford 60 acres 310 Lakes J M 75 acres 310 Lamb Sylvester 20 acres 110 Lamb Henry 8 acres Lamb Pleasant nr 150 acres 260 Lucas Jas 1 acre 510 Mize Phoebe 130 acres 410 Maupin Julian 145 acres 810 Moore Henry C 20 acres 310 Reeves Lillian 6 acres JRii1dle Mrs Lon 60 acres 310 fiddle Leonard 2 acres t0- e Rice John T 70 acres 710 m R9IDtrs e 50 acres 0- 0lirlgglt1 0h5400 acres ICO ailcree 130 60tWfisley Mark acres no Wilson Fred 40 acres 150 fWoodard Lewis 5 acres 40 Ji JLADEO torts BbeffyrElizabeth 4 acres i 1tT Y tr1 i D D Alcorn Dan 10 acres 210 Hallaid Nannie I lot 50 Benge Pitman 128 acres 810 Burnell Wm J acre 00 Ballard GAO AIO acres 210 Best Elijah 16 acres 140 Burnam Mrs Marv 13 acres 160 Burnam Toiji 30 acres 160 Burnell Sam 50 acres 260 Bennett Mary 20 acres 310 Combs Talton n r 2 lots 400 Collins John 10 acres 60 Covlflj Thos 6 acres 610 Collins Elam 15 ucres ao Chaateeu Jnn 1 lot 150 Deering Jas 40 ncres 210 Durham Jas W 40 acres 110 Easley Thos 5 acres 110 Gibson Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 90 Gabbard Man A2 acres 20 Gallaway Frank B 54 acres 510 Hunter Heirs 17 acres 160 Hays Philip 50 acres 210 Isaacs Thos 1 acre 20 Johnson Sehultr 16 acres 21Q Johnson Beverley S 7 acres 180 Johnson Malcolm 10 acres no Jones G W 22 aciea 110 Kindred Reuhen acre 310 Lewis Will D6 acres 2040 Martin Mrs Susan J 27 acres 810 Maiden John 20 acres Manpin F C1 lot 200 Moberly Allen nr lilt 100 Moore Lou 8 Marv 62 acres 1010 Merrett Andrew J 30 acres 90 Norvill Hugh 25 acres 30 Parks Richard 75 acres 810 Piinr Samuel 205 acres plO Powell Wm 40 acres SO Preston D A 1 acre 210 lV8tonThosiir Hot 100 Preston Retioen E Agt Rosa Ii Benge 1 lot 250 Rawlins Cash M lot 400 Ramsey H B lot 350 Kninsey Alex nr lot Oflarasev Albert lot 100 Reynolds Clifton 19 acres 410 llubrti Win M 21 acres 880 Rdaer Charley A 100 acres l0Hoaors Felix J 50 acres 110 Scott John 4 acres 130 Skinner Daniel 1IG 410 J90hocklShocklev Geo nr lot 60 Shocklovlhus 1 lot 160 Taylor lucy 5 acres 110 TlmcUer Gei 2 acros IIJO Torpin Rhl 40 Hires l1C1 VanWinkle Baa B 0 acres 110 WHltcer Thus II lint 80 Wurmen Jno A 80aires 310 Weaver Abc H 10 wresK- IHKLVILLR 70 XO 7 Bnrion Fred tot 800 Gordon Lam acres 00 Morion Nancy heirs 80 acres 810 Layton Jas F acre 110 Martin Mrs Lucy 208 0060 Ross Sain P 2S8 acres 11310 Smith Milton 7 acres 110 Smith R L 25 acres It 10 Smith Dr Ed B iir 35 acres 1010 Smith David J nr 73 12 0 Whitlook Richard V 2 acres 250 MILLION xo S Brotuhlus sirs Jennie nr 15 acres 100 Buruess Mrs Linda acre 110 m near i hos ur 10 acres 110 liorryniHiiSain T SO acres tllO Burton Woixls hrs 20 acres 211 iturton Elizabeth 5 ocres Ill Brock Allen lot Bratcher Goo W 52 acres 810 Crews John lot 4n Cotton Elizr 4 acres 510 Clark Elizabeth 5 acres 00 Coats Jl acre Ciilib Dock m lot 210 Deiiiiv Joseph 4 acres 00 Foster Robt acre 20 rain Sallie hrs nr 14 acres 100 Fain Lrack 1 acre 00 Gniley Aligns hrs 22 acre IGO Harvey Norris 16 acres 110 Ilollidav J no hr 71 acres no liHger Lnein hrs 22 acres lOll Jenkili8 P PI Jot 100 Ividwell Tow usend M 2 acres U Kidwoll Sallie A 1 acre 00 110BillyLiud Mrs lilt 35 acres 410 lirry Wm Sr atrot 90 le w ry Yilltnni 3 acres Uiua Samuel Jr 14 acres 4lt- 1Iktol Win aav ou Mi lion Mnry A Sr 85 acres 410- NIIerll P Tnr lot 250 Minirse P B lot 20MimiM Clrfrknx 5u acres 280 Srwhy Talton K 90 acres 2250 Sf by TowiihMHJ M lot 100 Pel kill Driicdla hrs 1 acre 00 Uainey Allen lot SO Seiifro Kubeit 15 acres 110 ebnstiu Rufus 5 acres llU Taylor James 1 lot lUO Taylor Hiram 14 acres 210 IilleU Jno W 4 acres 70 Tudor Wm F guardian Kelly hrs 1 acre Du Turner Mrs Bettio acre 20 Turner Mrs Bettie isister 5 acres 90 Van4ierMiol A L 2 lots 100 Vincent Loiiitfa 12 acres 110 OWheelerWoods J no 2 acres 20 Weiler Joseph nr1 lot to Wade I H nr 1 lo- tCOLORED 50 LIST KICHMOND NO Arthur Mitchell lot 250 Barnes Henry 1 lot 100 Barnes Henry and Rebecca 1 lot 100 Barnes Rebecca and McHenry 1 lot 200 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot 400 Boilew Ueo admr Henry White acre 210 Bullard Wince 1 lot SCO Benna Charley 1 lot 400 Biggerstau Jim lot 150 Black James 1 lot 100 Blytbe Wm 1 lot t 200 Breck Bnrgoiuellot 700 Burnam John C 1 lot 300 Burgin Martha hrs 1 lot 35U Burton Steve 1 lot 100 Broaddns John 1 lot 100 Campbell ElderWand M Embryl lot 100 Canipoell Mutt 1 lot 150 Cockran Sarah hrs 1 lot 1 110 Covington Sarah 1 lot 300 25flCrutcherDuncan Ann lot 400 Embry Marian 1 lot 100 Kinbry E M 2 lots 600 Estill Robert n r hot 150 Estlll Mary 1 lot 700 Fife Sarah 1 lot 200 Fisher Easter 1 lot 50 Francis William 1 lot 80 Harris Ben 1 lot 300 Harris Wml lot f0Hill Nathan Hot 150 Hockaday Sophia 2 lots 200 Irvine Mariah 1 lot 200 Irvine Joe lot 200 Jarman Robt 1 lot 360 Johnson Richard 1 lot 240 Lensey J F n r 110t lot1z0Matthews Nannie Martin Irvine 4 acres 150 1 lot200 350 Mitchell Mary 1 lot 400 Margatu Ann 1 lot 150 Moss Millie hrs 1 lot 30 Mnnday Wm 1 lot 140 Noland Allen 1 lot 150 Noland Celia 1 lot 300 Owens Green 1 lot 250 Parks Georgia Ann 1 lot 300 Parks Shelt 1 lot SO Parks Dudley 1 lot 200 Phelps 2 lots 1 250 Rhoie J P n r 1 lot 200 Rice Geo agt Sallie Jarman 1 lot Hh des Lavenia hrs 1 lot 650 Rhodes Janiesl lot ISO Schooler Bevery 1 lot 200 Stroud John 1 lot 100 Smith Scott 1 lot 300 Smallwood Chas 1 lot 60 Stone Irene lot 200 Tomlin Henry lot 170 Tribble Most 1 lot 300 Tribble Harry lire 1 lot 300 Tribble Mary hrs 1 lot 400 Turner Dan 1 lot 150 Turner Dan hrs lot 400 Turner Jerry admr Mat Campbell 1 lot 20 Walker Owen lot 100 Walker Robt lot 300 Walker Tom hrs 1 lot 200 Walker Wallace 1 lot 200 Walker Nancy 1 lot 200 Walker Elias 1 lot 100 West Sarah 1 lot 120 Wells Joe 1 lot 150 White Harris 1 lot White Jas Sr 1 lot fWhite Rose Jr 1 lot 100 White Win Mot 140 White Dave lot 200 Wiiflnld Millie Hot 250 Wiufield Dow 1 lot 40- 01VilliaulsLuke1lot 500 Williams allio lot 400 Willis Lizzie lot 350 Willis Edney 1 lot 200 Woods Marv 4 acres 210 Yates Maggie 1 lot 200 FOXTOWN NO 2 Bentley Marv 8 acres 100 Strother 7 acres 110 Carr Henry hrs 7 acres lID Jhennull Snin 2 nires 30 Chenault David 7 aereS 110 Harris Smith 15 acres 110 Hi II Cash 25 acres 57t7 Jones Perry 20 acres 260 Jones Dave bro and sister 20 acres 210 Langford Amos 4 acres 210 McKenney Jell 5 acres 110 Million Simon 2 acres 60 Million Celia 15 acres 430 Million Mark 2 acres 110 Smith Scott 2 acres 60 Smith Ed 2 acres 30 Smith John acres 100 MeveiiP Kichs lire 1 acre 10 Thompson Andy hrs 12 acres 200 White Robt 4 acres 110 w hite Andy 5 acres 110 White Harry 4 acres 110 UNION 03 Chenault Harrett S acies 00 Chenault John 5 acres 60 Evans Sallie 10 acies 180 Hunter Cnllio 1 acre 00 flurry Alice 1 acre llo Miller Boon acre 110 Martin Win 14 acres 100 Miller Woods n r 28 acres 510 Robinson Mary 25 acres 100 Shearer Marauda 1 acre 110 Shearer Jack 7 acres 200 BIiMSTON 04 Hallow Jamimia 1 acre 00 Btanuui Aaron 50 acres 810 Bitten liettio hrs 8 acres 30 Bates Henry 2 acres W Hallow Sinn 7 areS 10 Uallew Frank 15 acres 90 Bates Steve 28 acres 210 Burton Thos ere in- BHIUM Berry IK acres 210 Hal Win acre 40 C viiiiittui Howard 2 acres o Coviuuim Kd 4 acres 110 Collins Hiw rd 20 aura 100 Con HSOII China acre 30 Davis urulille 8 acres Estill Sallie 00 Elli Ddiiiel 21 acres 110 Embry Charlev 2 acres 60 Estill Ullie acre Fti lieu acre 210 Gilbert Nannie acre 110 Harris Martha 44 acres tilt Hirrts Fannie 2 acres tIo H rritf Emily 47 acres 310 Jicksou Hannah 2 ncres 00- KwnnRuh Joe hrs 3 acres 00 Mao I eiindo 2 acres 00 Oldham Viney hrs 8 acres Ito Oldham Harrett acres 111 Robinson Kphram 10 acres 110 Rogston Woodfon 8 acres 00 Simpson Marian 1 acre 00 Warner Allis 4 acres 110 YATBS NO 5 Ballew Pollie 11 acres 60 Ballew Frank 7 acres 60 Broadilup Jennie hrs 1 acre G- OUtuidwell C C 76 acres 810 Chen an It Roy 5 acres 100 Davis Clifton 2 acres Dunson Lucy 30 acres 110 Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres 00 Francis Emily 5 acres 60 Gibbs 5 acres 60 Jackson John acre 00 Kavanaugh Arch 4 acres Kavanaugh Jerry 3 acres 00 Moss Minter 2 acres Manpin Charley 1 acre 60 Oldham Albert 24 acres 130 Parks John 2 acres Simpson lke 3 acres Tribbe Kiltie acres 110 Tribble John Henry 30 acres ICO Walker Bettie 8 acres 110 Yates Taylor 11 acres 110 GLADE xo Adams Henry 1 acre 60 Blythe Sidney 1 acre 210 Bogie Lucinda 20 acres 210 Ballard Howard 1 lot 100 Burnam Alex Jr 2 acres 110 Bronaugh Caleb 9 acres 110 Bowman Cynthia 3 acres Burnam James 6 acres 310 Bennett Wm nr 3 acres 160 Crigler Dave 01 acre Clark Mrs Mollie 1 acre 60 Denny Amanda 2 acres 60 DiggH Bettie 13 acres 160 Digs Sidney 8 acres 110 Dunson George 1 acre 70 Dunson Wm 15 acres 210 Duett Thos 6 acres 110 Embrv Alcy 1 lot 100 Francis Sam 3 acres ICO 50IFranklin Charley 1 acre ao Gentry George 1 acre 130 Gentry Joe 21 acres 210 Harris Wm hrs 1 acre 160 Herd Wm 5 acres 110 Jenkins Ed 34 acres 12GC Logan Elijah 1 lot 350 Miller A agt Mary Miller hrs 110t200 Martin Easter 5 acres 360 Martin Ben 4 acres 210 Martin Saran 4 acres 260 Martin Lewis Sr 3 acres 260 Miller Moses 8 acres 1W Morgan Tobitha 1 lot 200 Martin Shad 4 acres 210 Patton Frank 2 acres 110 Peyton Frank 1 acre SO Parks Johu F4 acres 00 Ross Anderson 2 acres 1GI Rhodes Ka sis 1 lot 300 Stapp Archie 1 lot 350 Smith Malinda 1 lot 450 Simpson Anderson 1 acre 70 Scott John 4 acres 310 Vaughn Allen 2 acres 70 Tribble Troy 4 acres 00 Walker John L 1 lot 100 Walker Spencer 1 acre 90 Walker acre 60 White Allen 2 acres 110 White Willis 12 acres 160 v Willmore Geo 3 acres 260 Walker Peter 9 acres 100 KIUKSVILEE No7 Brooks Jack 1 acre 60 Bogie Alex 2 acres iO Bennett kohl 2 acres 110 Campbell Edna 2 acres 110 Dennie Ben 1 lot 20 Duerson Harry 18 acres 470 Fish Sarina n r 2 acres 210 Haynes Geo and Caroline 75 acres 1 D20 Harris Wm hrs 6 acres 410 Martin Dabney 4 acres I 210 Million Irvine acre 110 Prewitt John 28 acres 610 Royston Robt H lot 300 Shearer Dan 1 lot 200 Shearer Crave lot 100 Smith Belle 1 acre 810 Turner Mat Hot 800 Turner Chas hrs 4 acres 00 Turner Sam 6 acres 210 Tye Irvine 2 acres 110 MILLION xo 8 Broaddus Marauda 5 acres 40 Fife Charley 23 acres 410 Green Haden 20 acres IO H H COLYBU Imai4w Sheriff IRVINE Mr Win P Williams left Saturday for Frankfort to spend a few days Misses Bessieand Annie Riddell are visiting their brother at Mt Sterling Miss Clark entertained the Jolly Splnters at the residence of her sister Mrs Thos Williams Jr Tho road to Millers Creek is finished and many car loads of ties havo been shipped and many thousands are wait ilK to be shipped away 1 Mrs Sam Tudor give a surprlsedin ner to Miss Judith in honor of her birthday Courses were laid for eigh teen and a most enjoyable time was spentMiss Mattio West and Mr Wm Broaddus were married at the residence of the brides parents Sunday morning at 11 oclock A reception will be given at the grooms home Monday Mrs David Bergman gave a six handed euchre last Wednesday evening Those present wee Miss Maude Stiller Mr and Mrs C W Chess Mr and Mrs Robert Bergman Judge Chas Friend and W P Williams BIG HILL Measles and lagrippe are raging in this vachnty Perry White died last Tuesday iiuirniug of spinal disease Willie Haley visited his sister Mrs BIH Foley Saturday and Sunday Little Arthur Hnzlewood who was operated on several days ago is some better Mr and Mrs A P Settle were the guests of their fatherMr John Hudson SundayMr Brown will remove his family tp the Reel Lick neighborhood in a tow days The pension agent was in this locality last week looking up old Veterans to see if more money was necessary for their welfare Seth Asbury had his foot mashed fow days ago but was able to do honor to Washingtons birthday at a dance Friday evening Whit Green and Thee Brown think it is very unlucky to go to parties on Mondays us the last one they attended made a flash Mr M D Settle and family of Kini ston are talking of removing to their old home here We are glad to have them among us again There seems to be quite an attraction EdgarBrockman to death to be present on all occasions Mr and Mrs Mat Moody delightfully entertained a number of young people Dancingbeingone highly enjoyed tho evening and left wishing Washingtons birthday came once a month instead of once a year If all tho worlds a stage Atlas must ftImakIng