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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rM fii I j CI 7 r s r 7 1 t THE RICHMOND CLIMAX rN e v f1TME it RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1901 NUMBER 42 i 4A PROFESSIONAL CARDS AtrOSlTSTS iE ROBERTS ATTOHNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jOOfflceorer Climax Office with Jas B Mc Cresry Street RW MILlER ATTO HKTTLAW BICHMOHD KENTUCKy OfflcelntheBurnamBnlldlnc next door to rmers febJly Sl1LIiJV ANJ TTOKNBVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main btreet J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYRICHMOND Office on Second street over Cben anlts grocery W K LETCHERAttorneyatLaw KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office with T J Smith Jr over Clv i ton Mitchells TALSOT JAOSS01T J ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rOmce in Prather Building Main PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PKYJZGIANS AND SURQEORS ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the oe Ccilinf building it and so Sec ond Street Oye ATnite iold drucitore S7 GHASG HOOKER r VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty womce at sable on corner First and Water Streets RIchmond Kyapr7ly H C JASPER M V Medicine and Surgery Office Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on L Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1EVANS1D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STOGERY TJr OaXwdwvo C tODSOt DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KY xaOffice next door to Government Building pI 42w h1cmnd Ky Omce hours9 to 121 to 4 nov17ly Dr Louis H Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAR 13 1901 retaining every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich siondKymayZ1y Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accbrdeon and KnifePIaiting Richmond Ky eptl9tfQLJt Goods VOur prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial h ffig i 11 i B i s mell DPI J m i The ladies cannot be deceived bycatchy phrases nor fc boinbastiQ claims All vsiwe have to is we buy ih the bestmarketspft- he world select the l- ai1dJtestgoods and when you you now you have Jlloar c f the latest uptodate- 1th f Y goods Is that what you g I Joift want If so trade with WsLrUbj 11 dt o IWheeL W h1teANDGibson1 Wl AT ++cALLmothol 2 + JJONES MERSHON- SHU JLULOR J urttSK 01 TOWX e tand 1D08t rebiiig- i ca be found1toljrii1Jcstbat fl1pe d1- Jy 1 ti y ate fl wcom1o 1Dclerks H T t1I1ttlC i r l tt Ll Ia 81 Vs1th fij 7 ljrCJltqP rf c 1 + JEWELRY uThe largest stock in central Kentuckv will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and alsooo t Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by ++ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Design lug done by a fine Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIn DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY Wtebly THE BEST PAPER Published In the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalT- he equal tof many dallies and the superior of all other tenitweeklies or weeklies Issued Wednesday and Saturday 101 copies a year and you get it for only 100 A YEAR s The Wednesday Issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfully sent free to all who will ask for them Write to COURIERJOURNAL Louisville Ky BY sPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GETTI- IERICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office tc I i ATTENTmN PLEA E 4 + ++ + +++ ++ + + + + + + ++ + + t To Our Pretty t JtrJ WALL PAPER + + +4 ++ +++ ++++++++ ++ + Iy7E desire to call your attention to the fact that as this It the beginning of a new year as well as t the 20th Century that we are en I deavoring to keep up with progress I of time this year by enlarging our stock ot I 6 VAtL PAPER J i DECO RATITE GOOns So this season we will be able to a show and furnish you any and all of the choicest and prettiest designs f As we uave bougbt an extensive 10stock direct from the manufacturers furnish you Wall Papers 0ranging In prices from the cheapest to the flnestand most elbaorate de signs and feel confident we can a sal sf wants In this line We will also furnish Wall Moulding to match any shade o5 Wall Paper von roSy select and will cheerfully fur iiinlsh estimates on work in this UneII jf Free of Charge 0CI We respectfully invite you to at our Drug Store on Main and see onr wall paper and get our 1 prices before buying as we can save J you and we will take pleas I ure In wafting upon you and your wants Our prices are the lowest 1 Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully 1 PERRY THOMAS J Wall Paper Co W L LEEDS Painter and Decorator ITjanU PHONE 75Ir t +UNKI OUTHER RfllLWftY 1NTUCKY Cftiiand Sokidilt la Effect Kiy 10 1130 STBODHIX No L NNOIL- v 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womens organizations and in philanthropy She is one of the busiest women in New York City The possession pf great wealth does not mean idleness to her I give my first attention to my own home she continued My mornings are devoted to affairs of the household It is in the home I think that the married wOman except under unusual circumstances finds her firstduty Whatthe American home most needs at the present time is women In my opinion womens clubs whilegood in themselves are beginning to absorb too much of the time and attention of many of our women College education for wo men it seems to me is being carried to excess For a few women it is excellent but for the majority I think it is needless There are ample opportunities for young woo men to secure mental breadth and culture without devoting four years to higher math ematics the dead languages and kindred subjects A prom inent college president wrote to measking for a substantial sum to enable a young woman to complete her Greek studies My reply was that I did not believe that an exhaustive study of Greek would make any young woman happier or more useful member of so ciety Education that teaches women to view the conditions and problems of life in the light of sound common sense that imparts the power of ac complishment in practical matters is the education that young women most need The wife is almost as important a factor in her husbands suc cess or failure as he is To succeed in these times a man must be practical to help him to succeed his wife must be practical She should not only know all about the mat ters of her own household but should know as much as pos sible about her husbands business The advice of a clearheaded woman is often invaluable to her husband Moreover if she knows her husbands circumstances exactly she is in a position to make the home expenses con form to them A sensible economical wife has saved many a man from failure A few days before last Christ masar man whom I know gave- his wife a hundred dollars for gifts This was the usual sum but know that he had met with business reverses and had reduced his income the wife spent less than twen Every woman loves to think of the time when a soft little bodyall her own will nestle In her bosom fully satisfying the yearning which lies In the heart of every good wman But yet there Is a black cloud hovering about the pretty picture in her mind which fills her with terror The dread of childbirth takes away much of the Joy of motherhood And yet It need not be so Per sometime there has been upon the market wellknown and recommended by physicians a liniment cal- ledMothers Friend which makes childbirth as simple and as nature Intended It It Isa strengthening penetrating JInlment which the skin rudDy It gives the muscles elasticity and vigor prevents sore breasts morning sick ness the loss of the gtr h figure An Vore ItoneedMotheraFrlend again I would obtain 0 bottles if I had to pay 61 per bottle for it Get Matkeri Friend at the drugstore per bottle TIlE BRAflf KL5 REGUlATOR CO AtlMta Gi Writs lor onr fre illustrated book Baton lJal Jjom T yfive dollars for gifts to mch good advantages how ver that there was just as nuch Christmas cheer in that lome as there ever had beer Many tim s I have seen wives nake or mar their husbands careers Young women should ducate themselves to be tactical and helpful There are numerous ways f obtaining such training ftc girl who is forced to earn ler own bread may be regard id by many as unfortunate ut to my mind she may bend often is just the reverse f unfortunate Her work is liscipline It develops will ower and good sense It robably destroys some of her llusions regarding men butt givesheia grasp of the onditions of her work and in general broadens her knowl dge of lifeBut she should ooner or later return to the home life if possible As luming that she is a normal girl she should marry if the ight man asks her for after ill it is womans instinct to depend upon man When a woman engages in financial operations this feminine quality is conspicuous tfo matter how selfreliant he may be she goes to a manor advice when the risks are large Thereare many young men in this country with sufficient brains and character to go into Wall Street and after the necessary work of years reach commanding positions But there are no girls who could do it Nature herself has barred the way and I am thankful that it is so Women have too much senti nent for such achievement They dislike the cold atmosphere of facts and conditions hey lack the fighting qualities and the ability for reasoning that are the mental attributes 5f the man who begins with nothing and ends with a fortune The woman who could become a power in Wall Street would have topossess a mans mindIn subordinate business possitions women are more efficient than men This opinion is shared with me by Mr Sage Long experience has taught him that womei are apt to be more conscientious and faithful in theii work In the telegraph offices for instance Mr Sage favors women operators for the reason that they will sta by their instruments Thi girl may be sewingor readin a love story during the inter vals of waiting for messages but she is at the instrumen when the message comes ThE man on the other hand h restless He gets up an walks around steps outside and when his station is called may be out of his office instead of at the receiver wait ing for business Mrs Sage was asked t speak of the qualities of he husbandWell she replied have already mentioned som of the mental endowment necessary to win a high position in the world of finance Mr Sage is farsighted an persistent He has a gren deal of common sense and no a gread deal of sentiment H conducts his operations as a man plays chess When he starts to business in the morning he has the days moves well in mind If he finds that he cannot make them he makes others direct ed to the same end and con tinues to make moves till this end is attained He never loses his balance or indulges in dreams I havQ seen men who as soon as they make a sum of money see larger and quicker ways of making t good deal more Mr Sage is content with the old tried methods greafrmany peo pie come to him with plans conceived on a large scale They are eager to invest his money He is always skeptical of the plan that promises immense profits One of his chief policies in business is tc make the positive profit Of a penIiytodayrather than tc wait for the uncertain profil of five cents next week But it is not the possession ol money that gives Mr Sage feeiinpJrtQV cowe ian 1 Helpi NatureI i proper food rarely ever medi f- i cine If they do not thrive f- i on their food something is I wrong They need a little I i help to get their digestive i i machinery working properly sii sLo COD LIVER OILWI- THHYPOPHOSPHITESorUMEf SODA I will generally correct this i I difficulty 1 i If you will put from one f T fourth to half a teaspoonful in babys bottle three or four 1 I times a day you willsoon seek I a marked improvement For- larger I T children from half a teaspoonful according toI I = age dissolved in their I if you so desire will very I i soon show its great nourishing f i power If the mothers j = milk does not nourish the L baby she needs the emul I i sion It will show an effect I i at once both upon mother i and child Iseesad 100 ill druggists L SCOTT BOWNE chemists New York T 11111obstacles and succeeded in his chosen sphere He has always subordinated himself to his work He often says To cultivate strength of will to conquer self is to develop character and achieve success J NEW YORK FASHIONS The question of sleeves is important Plain close ones being in the minority Black sewingsilk grena dines are shown in lovely de signsWith fine lawn waists will be worn stocks of white bat iste with dainty tucks and colored hemstitched edges Undersleeves are quite the voguepEarly summer gowns shown by Lord Taylor have wide flounces tucked down a few inches from the top and gathered in the oldfashioned wayMany thin dresses will have hip yokes to the skirt which consists of two flounces the upper starting from the yoke Some sleeves are filled inat the shoulders and flare at the elbow over and under sleeve of sheerest lawn stripped circularly with narrow bands of insertion lace or embroidery It is said that some other form of bolero will soon re place the short jacket of that name now so universally worn Already the pretty R G- lacel corset has been put upon the list of summer purchases I to be made Ladies who wore it last summer revelled ins comfort while posing as the glass of fashion and the mole of form and are eager to red peat the experience t Panne cloth with gloss It surfaceand pliant texture he yery fashionable White especially white batiste will be in great vogue for summer gowns A chic little garment is the fancy silk coat to wear with thin dresses It terminates in a narrow beltofembroidery at the waist fits well in back and blouses slightly in front Turquoise jade jet onyx and agate jewels stud gold and silver tissue belts Very lovely flowered silks come in Louis XVI patterns with alternating floral and plain color stripest Some bodices have surplice folded fronts opening in V shape at the neck to show a lace chemisette Since the advent of the new trunk going on a journey is- o longer the undertaking it used to be even to the infre quent traveler It is a comfort to be able to carry ones clothes hanging up and in nc danger of being disarranged Iin rnsiiTheHInnovation Trunk Co of 213 Fifth AVJ New York show how this car be doae by illustrations ac prinfe4 explanations 1- dainty book which tIey will- Is nd to any one who writes for it Charming waists and neg ligee gowns are made of em broidered Herietta cloth in dainty colors Some pretty shaped belts are of Suede Kid wrought with gold stars Other belts are of gold painted with flow ers EVELYN CABLE 3 Next fall there will be ob served in England very ex II tensively the thousandth anni versary of the death of King Alfred A movement is also underway in America to par ticipate in this celebration and certainly Americans are equal sharers in what Sir Walter Besant calls The Heritage of King Alfred In an article with this title printed in the March magazine number of The Outlook Sir Walter pays an earnest trio 1 bute to the achievements of Alfred in establishing law clearing the land of evil andI encourageing scholarship and the arts tS3 a year The I Outlook Co 287 Fourth Ave New York Carnegie et al received lots of praise for their gifts to libraries and universities Yet their nefactions do not cause them any self denial It is the widows mite over again Prof Ivison of LonacominR Md suffered terribly from neuralgia of the stomach and indigestion for thirteen years and after the doctors failed to cure him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of Kodol Dy- Spepsia Cure and after taking a few bottles of it be save It lisa cured me entirely I cant say too much for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Perry Thomas The D A R has met in Washington and finished its business without having toI call in the police patrol or the ambnlance The Daughters must be simmering down Counterfeits of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve are liable to cause blood poison lug Leave them alone The original has the name DeWKts upon the box and wrapper It is a harmless and healing salvo for stein diseases Un equalled for piles Perry Thomas After a while Cuba will find out that nobody does any thing for nothingleast of all the Republican administration in the United States 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 diate results Prevents consumption Perry Thomas Mrs Nation having been locked up at last is likely to wonder whether the pen is not mightier than the hatchet Their promptness and their pleasant effects make DeWitts Little Early Risers most popularhittle pills wherever they are known They are simply per feet for liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas Great J3alt Lake is said to bedrjingup Measurements taken during the past year prove this beyond a doubtand now those who have been ir rigating their lands with the water from the lake named are much perturbed to know what is coming next for the National Government will hardly permit the historic body of vater to be blotted off the map The plan to build l a waterway from the head waters of the Snake river and bring that stream into the r lake is meeting with much favor for in that way the de ficiency could be made good Joint owners of a patent do not sustain the relation of partners but to use the legal phrase are tenants in common and each as an incident of its ownership has the right to use the patent or to manufactureunder Neither party can be compelled by his doowner tojoin in such use or work or be liable for the losses which may occur or to account for the profit which may arise fromsuch use Opinion submitted by E G SiggorsPatentLawyer Washington D C Doesnt it jar you to hea the son of an Irish ditch digger prating about the danger of the naval servic being contaminated by the promotion of enlisted men tc the quarterdeck and wardroom How much longer is thi lynching evil to continue h the north How muchjotige are Republican stronghold to horrify tIe country wit the Qf torturt M the tJ J t CLOTHING 71 ffiffi 7J7F 71 7f 71 I 71 71 F i7i7Z7 z7z Z7Z7Z7z7z7V7 zzz7 z7 E d f1O REAT CLOSING OUT SALjI We are compelled to remove in 30 days in order to buildand to avoid removing our stock we have CUT THE PRICES ALL TO PIECESM WL fWe have the largest stock of New f Suits Overcoats and Underwear for Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what you want at your own PRICE 71 1 atL i t STOUFFERsJThe f fit guaranteed during this AT COST 1 75ffi 71 F 7I 71 I 7F 7F 7J7 Never in the history of theI county has such a deadly blow been struck at free speeh in Congress as that dealt by Speaker Henderson when he deliberately withheld from publication in the Record a speech delivered by Repre sentative Lentz of Ohio and turned it over to Representative Grosvenor to be revised This is imperialism with a vengeance How is it that the sons of butcher the baker and the candlestick maker not to mention those of the ditch digger should become haugh ty aristocrats after passing through Annapolis and consider that none of their quon d tam0 their social standing IIts lucky for Great Britain that thQ Boers are notas num erous as the Filipinos and its lucky for the United States that the Filipinos are not as good fighters as the Boers To those people who think that there will be no extra session it may be suggested that the subsidy bill has not yet been adopted TREAfllHW A persistent cough is I at first a friend for it rgives warn ingoitheap proach of a deadly ene I my Heed the warning- before it is too late be fore your- jungs become in flamed be 1 II hf fore the Ii doctor Consump 4 tion when the danger ri signal first appears help p j nature withs YersQIWTVVp2ctoraI Dont delay until your lungs are sore and your cold settled down deep In your chest Kill the enemy before the deadly blow Kills you Cure your cough today One dose brings relief A few doses make the cure complete THee else Z5c for H onIIeatJ cal- l3IcfrfbsardeiciJi SIlO lb malt ccaMakil Ie older IMC I enasidseynur Cherry Pectoral tb best remedy for colds and roiM ansi all throat affections teused It for 30 jears kua it cerulclj beats them all- DRJLUHKcr S Beca9MW UnlOBNT Htm Booter 1bavicay ewnplttot wbtuier yenrfrel You will re elT a prompt r p4vt4butent address LoweH M M I v v w v v- A n n Latest styles in Mens Suits and Overcoats Latest styles in Boys Suits and Overcoats Largest line of 4Underwear that go for ALMOST NOTHING sale sslSsCall in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX VIGORMEN NERVINE MAGNETICt Resf 5 wIth a WrItten- Easily Qulckl Permanently ore Guaranteeto alJSMt Vltalltr Nervous Debllttr Insomnia Falling Memory sad Waiting Diseases and all Weaknesses reuniting fmm early or later priesIkoFor sale by Stockton 1 Ilagan Druggists dec9Iy A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE tJ z IFr4 I1p- h Cst4ro cti rc- nrTb rrJ 0 LjX Di PILE ILUUBE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILEDITUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F1 BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists tanlOIye r r Mt1 IC CC OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS G Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is less than 7 years old and has a greater 4 premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living Benefits S38OOOO Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 200000 Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company otters special advantages ISMITH BOiAZMKN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PITTSBURG i- 3GENTRAL f STOCK YARDS EAST LIBERTY PA OFF R SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES 10 SHIPPFRS1 Jt Yards have bean enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Easternx r markets It Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle pmcj all other kinds of stocks Consignments for Commission firms given Eroip at entioti Ct MitflJAA i o Lcjt 4 I ik 1 1 c i I The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MCH 13 iOi Dr H Dr Ho Dr lob f DrHobs Dr HobiuhDr Hobson Dentist Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over Perry as Thomas Drug Store Cfebtf I We call special attention to the advertisement in this issue of the Ken tucky Carriage Works of this city These gentlemen 1mve a fine llnoof first class vehicles and can Interest those in the market tor such goods Self closing unbrellau also 66lf opening umbrellas at Stonffers 19dtf New Notary Public Mr Arlie C Wells has been corn missioned as Notary Public by Governor Beck ham Tube roses and all bulbs kept by Covington Arnold Bro Try them 13mar3t Lot Purchased Mr Jo A Joplin has bought of Mr John W Crooke a building lot on West Main Street Price paid 500 Wnntcd Two ladies to help coatmakers Those who have had experience in sewing preferreJ Apply to Stouffer Mose lev Cmartf New Gauger Mr P F Adams Jr has been as signed temporarjally as storekeeper gauger at the Hume distillery at Silver Creek Plymoth Rock Eggs For Sale I have for sale for Setting purposes pure bred Barred Plymoth Rocks Eggs 50 cents per setting of 15 I C D MILLER 13martf Richmond Ky Accident to Sue Bennett College An unfortunate accident happened to the Sue Bennett College at London Sun day in that the high wind of that day AH it damage to the extent of 1000 Covington Arnold Bro s is the place to buy your garden seeds and huIs 13mar3t Another Luny Deput Sheriff Richard Colyor putc Annie Griggs of colpr under arrest Saturday on the charge of lunacy However on the agreemontof her husband to watch her sLe was allowed to depart hi peacetFor your Easter suit call on Stouf fer Moseley Merchant Tailors 27leb3m New Orders Fraternities and societies are the or thtwoAmerican brotherhoods namely the Buffaloes and the White Rats of America Look out for the bulls and radeuts We want your trade Call and see us STOUFFER MOSELE- Y27feb3m Everett Duncan Slightly Injured A dispatch from the Philippines says that Everett Duncan of this city while guardinc a wagon train was run over by a pair of frightened mules which resulted in a broken arm and a num her of lesser injuries Butch has outtsympathy Look out foE Stouffer Moseley They are opening a very large stock of piece goods and trimmings Call and see their beautiful line 27feb3m Bought and Sold Mr Wailer Bennett has bought the T D Chenault residence on West Main Streets paying for same the considera tion of 3000 Mr J II Boggs a former resident of this county has purchased the house of E B Sparks of Nicholasville for 1000 Do not buy your next suit of clothes untlllyou have examined the large and handsome stock of woolens at Ktoufler Moseleys 27fob3m Thieves Divers and sundry unknown persons stole a barrel of corn from Uncle Jerry Powell a few nights ago and on Sunday night other rascally parties took a sad dle from the barn of Mr James Wor rell without the formality of asking leave Electric lights are sadly needed on Broadway The Enterprise Fire Insurance Co of LexIngton Ky lisa appointed J W Chancy formerly of ere now Of Richmond In Freeman Bros building their agent and colIcctorAp plication will not be accepted unless written by him or a person holding a written authority from him 20fetf Harris Sale Col Durrett W Tribble conducted the sale of personality of Ravenna A Harris last week and succeeded in eliciting fine prices from the bidders Horses sold at trom 38 to 86 cows 23 to 4375one young bull 3G8heepJ 605 hogs5 to 6 cents corn incrib 243 fodJer 2L cents Natural product water mill flour and meal at B A Baxters grocery on Second Street augIfS- upe1dLusaIk SMId Fred Griffin a loy from Leo county who was arrested here recritlyon the charge pf lunacy was released Monday and given into the custody of his fiAir- who came here in search ofbiin Mr Griffin said his son though subject to npells of temporary liberation was perfectly harmless and was allowed to take him home Stouffer nt be understood C land get prices on clothing arid under I9dectfIF1hAn l4eirIuM- IsfCol John Cnnninghftm feM ath- WtraILaIeK3 ale Cuuningb a ii aee utiflilly carved haM ctiiit ade flax SpiswiiM Wis4eL It is over ninety snit was made by the greM- jethikr of Judge HazeteripK W aQ Beau at that tlouM fWa yN ud vlo furwtM haNS ue QlSetot J9haCJU haaAl1I1 1 t olCaM Ir 25 t8 9 willd y Ic uidWe1r at SIofSl t Tis MI PM Swe SimsBuHeta eo a Jkha to tId tII ija iae LaJM lb a of f tJaAaDa4 or haIbSa ad lI sea 4 a FfDl idtbltIflPDU Jbe grii wp- W D I aaI l Vnrfff The Ladies Aid Society of llie FirstPresbyterian Church have undertakento have the Milk Maids Conventionto meet here the last of this month exactdate tobe m ntloned later This to be prom One of the most Bovel alK interesting entertainments giVeR heceiol ttTYOUngpublic will please be oti the loOkOtifrfurther notices and be ready to attend Covingtou Arnold Bro keepLandreths Garden eartb13mar41tew Rule in The Clllrt of Appeals CourtotJusticot When a Circuit Court Clerk makesa theCourtrecordribbon alsamepurpuse lsregardeitheto transcript lieforekeep Landreths ISmarSt Prosoccls ofajjfholesale Grocery Here NVithenbury borewith canbetheenterpriseheartily commend this movement and realityandmond needsan infusion of new blood hereluggiahiwholesale house and will do everything similarbltB8ings For Rent A blacksmith shop on First street near Water For further particulars lIkKEE2Gdectf Gifford Mable Co Turned Down at Cynl thiana A i StugChicago came to Cynthiana early in the ofsingintended toountyknown young men of the city were emEp w thagonsCo to the people After looking into d thinedoaltherpaatureafirm howeyer it is but right to state that they paid in cash every obligation that was incurred at Cynthiana Cyn fatia DemocratthStouffec Moseley Merchant Tailors are now ready to show their fine and large assortment of woolens goods 27feb3ra The Presidents Cabinet Despite their pseudo protests the President has retained every member- of his old Cabinet Their names were sent to the Senate last Tuesday and were immediately confirmed as fol lows John Hayof tIm District of Columbia Secretary of State Lyman J Gage of Illinois Secre pElihuSecretary of War John W Griefs of New Jersey At tornoy General Charles Emory Smith of Penusyl vania Postmaster an ralcoJohn D Long of Massachusetts Secretary of the Interior Jatnos Wilson of Iowa Secretary of Agriculture They nil know a good thing wJien they see it The new Merchant Tailors Stouffer Moseley guarantee perfect satisfaction or no pay Call and see them 27feb3m s A Big Success ThoBook Carnival given last Friday evening by the Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church w sasuccess both socially and financially The basement of the Church which had been tastefully decorated for the occasion was filled the entire evening The young ladies served chocolate and wafers There were very few present who failed to represent some book the designs being numerous and very unique Agreat deal of fun prevailed among the guessers Owing to such a large crowd and the distribution of so many books we are unable as yet to learn what names were on the Roll ol ItHonor The neat sum of 1705 was cleared above expenses The next endeavor on the part of the Aid Society will be the Milk Maids Con vention which will be held in this city sometime toward the last of March Lookout for further notice Stonfler sells more hats and caps than all of them See his styles and prices lOdcctf The St Louis Exposition TheSE CLonis Exposition of 1903 bids fair to surpass all predecessors Thi- Congrcsswhich has just closed voted it an appropriation of 5000000 and as the city of St Louis has putupaguar arftee IttDd 6f f10000000 it ought to be a hurrmer and tile beauty about tbVwlioIe thing fs its close enough at home focQi alltb go The historical event to be commemo rated is fairly next in fruitfulness to those which the Philadelphia Exposi tion of 1876 mid which the Worlds Fair at Chicago in 1893 comraeirio rated Of course the greatest event iiI modern history modern history mencjng after the ascension ofythe crucified Christ is the discovery of America by Christopben Columbus The formation of tho American Union M tlie Declaration of American In lepeudenee may fairly be claimed to hsaxtIti importance and fruitfulness AaMte purchase of the Louislari ftttiiiyryj in its Immediate rNt results ia very great if not of n rimportance Ad it i significant that the Con uress that appropriates this sum of tSWOOOO te rifhtIy celebrate that sot K fole ev t1tal5o conferred upon this President the substantial powers con ferred then upon Ins predecessor ThOMjeraon Its members wight wl be retadtaat to refuse M IPPtIo tlios whose example pcMl4ath3 r JHaHtinjf wjios policy idthfwreirbose u ad fame tbayceco it I oi tbelr dwh A4tli Corn aftiC e Bf before awL 1a wv lJy Mauia shhif8 i J L iT rDr rtuWBU it lltAND l i mmDBlIOIIIII for floweJs ehould be en j1trnSled only torellable florists J Taste and Ability oJ JInthese regard our utandlng s J BELL The FloristI t LEXINGTON KY Agtf tJ here I rChicken Thief Nailed Clarence Brunner strange to say a gentleman of Caucasian extraction MihllorMonday chiikensHein the county jail Ills attorney D M Chenault however made an appeal S3 at Stouffers will buy you 10 worth of clothing lOdec If Mr Joseph Jefferson Mr Joseph Jefferson comes to the Lexington Opera House Monday April 15 for two performances matinee and night He will present at the matinee Rip Van Winkle andat night The Rivals A special train will leave Lexington after the performance for the accom modation of Winchester Mt Sterling and Richmond parties Half fare rates will be made The sale of seats will QperaIlenseto 2 13martf Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Help The Elks Fair At their meeting Friday evening the Elks of this city decided to hold a reet Fair and Carnival during the co rning summer provided the sum of 2000 be pledged by the business men Richmond and Madison county fair would be of immense benefit the merchants our town owing toe hugh crowds it would draw The lks never do things by halves and ey promise to give tho greatest ex theybee finantlal aid of our citizens Any m erchant who helps the enterprise ong by a nice premium may be sure reaping rich profit on his invest ment We urge onr people to think the matter over and give their cordial substantial support to this plan at will benefit Richmond much in a business way thebestwill say atStoutfcrs 19dectf Withdraws From Oratorical Associa tion Ala joint meeting of committees from the Periclean and CecropianSocieties of lentuclyUniverslty last night it was finally determined to withdraw from the Intercollegiate Oratorical Association unless that association reconsidered its recent action by which student preachers are excluded from taking art in the contestsPThe night was simply a o n Cighttion was considered premature and it was said that the older students of the owould make an n tiightit is supposed that this present decision is the ultimatum of tho UniversityC It may disrupt the In ton Herald 9th I We think nit K U has the bigo head Tho other colleges can run shooting match very well without liar We are after unloading clothing not money at Stouffers l9dectIW New Firm bywhichJudge J C Chepault and operated by Mr Robert Baxter has been purchased by Meesrsi Ansil Charles and Emmett Miller of this city The new firm which will be known as Miller Bros will take immediate possession and wil offer to the public as large fresh and complete a line of groceries as can be found in Richmond its members are all young men with plenty of push and enterprise who wilt take personal pride in making their establishment the equal of any here From now until he first of April they will make a specialty of remarkably low prices on thoir present stock in order to make way for the new supply they intend to lay in They offer fair dealings rea sonabld prices and the best goods that can be bought on the market Try them No change will be made in the management of the CLIMAX as the reo suit of the deal T H P Geta suit at the closing out sale and save money at Stouffers the Tailor 19dectf Kentucky Derby Starters Since the announcement of the de clarations for the Kentucky Derby a lair line is obtainable on the probable field and a reasonable call ma to formed solely on twoyearold form and the chances of each Nineteen horses are eligible for this the twentysixth re newal of the classic event Out of this number there are several who are exceedingly improbable stArt- ers but unless their owners had some Idea of starting theta they would hard ly have put up tire last 30 on March Buttherearcabout seven wboare not only on tho list but Which are reasonably sure barring accidents to face the flag ow April 29 These are C H Smiths Garry Herrman John F Schorrs entry probaBly Jon Frey and Alard Scheck His Eminence Middle Georgeacoil G C Bennetts Dick Burgess and the wellknown yearling of Peter Bitter to carry off tic Derby makes Prior a fair probability Lexington Democrat Stouffer Moseley have just open ed a beautiful merchant tailoring store in thejear of James B Stouffers cloth lag store on Main street271e3mn Council PrecMdiflas The City Council met In regular ses stoH Thursday night March 7with the Mayor and ail Councilmen present except Mr Duncan The minutes of the lat fegalar meeting were read and adoJtted The minutes of an adjourned etinnr ol February 8 were l fred aootttd Llkew tbproeedI- aolLethteWiagofjkraao iM I i H 11 1It 4 c JrIoTu i bLUIIII1U ri jAVING determined to push our busincss far its past lhnits we have searched the land from end to end for bargains in every line We buy in large quantities and have the cash to plank down for every purchase f iLOOK iC AT i THISrif e- We I will take your measure and Il 1 Allwool Suits for the low t prices of 1250 1500 Fit and satisfaction guaranteed A large line to lselect from In READYMADE GOODS we offer even greater bargains Our 8 AND 10 IH lines of New Allwool Spring Suits are the Jg2 best values that money can command They are cut and trimmed by the best cut fl ters and made by the most skilled tailors jn America and they look better fit better and Iwear better than inuch of the socalled made 7toorder stuff at double the price Every thing guaranteed as represented and we are 11always here to backup our guarantee I lIJ i Clothing Mens Furnishings and Shoes iTthe city were read and referred to the Finance Committee The reports of the olice Judge Cheif of Police Street Commissioner Old Tax Collector City lerk and Treasurer were read and rey rred to the Finance Committee The Mayor reported complaints from citizens that dead stock is left within re city limits and stated that Mr Sam proposes to remove all dead from the streets provided the ouncil fix a liscnso on sameand grant to him the exclusive right of removing fichtirderedvertise for the lowest hid for attending to this business for one year motion was carried to direct the ater and Light Company to erect a a lamppost at the corner of Second and Water streets Residents of university Precint appeared before the Council and asked that Altamont street in the liilinghamo Addition be maccadomized was c l lahisneedsMessrs Maupin and Parrishof the t frhaton dark streets and requested more time which was granted Mr Freeman of the Water and Light Confmit tee offered a minority report and requested that same be spread on the minutes in full which was granted Mr Freeman of the committee on Bank Taxes stated that Col J Wo3aperton President of the Richmond National Bank requested a few more days time in which to decide about the settlement of that banks taxes wliicji on motion was granted Mr II B Hogg appeared before the Council In regard to licenses collected from Norris Rrosand the Madison Stool yards on stock yards operated in the city and stated that Mr Embry of the Madison Stock yards was willing to accept one years license free and Norris Bros were willing to accept free license for onehalf the time which they anyclaimsthe city for licenses collected unJer an invalid ordinance A motion asking that the ordinance fling a license on stock yards and cattle pens be repealed was lost The motion was then made andcarried that the Madison Stock Yards and Norris Bros be offered one years license free of charge in lien of any claim that either might have against the city for license collected under an invalid ordinance and that thev be giveu until the next regular meeting to decide jf they will accept this proposition Mr Arnold stated that Covington Arnold and Bro may desire to erect a pair of scales on Water street in the rear of tliolr store and asked for permission to do so The Council granted them permission to do so provided they leave the street in as good order as they find it- There being no further business the Council adjurned The Finance Committee met in the City HalLMarch 8 and examined and approved the reports of the city officers and passed and ordered paid the following clatters against the city James C Lackey 10440 E Loriscli 18 Mrs C W Cobb 72011rs Letcher Miller 1250 Smith k Harris H D R FreeHMn 4225 Covington Arunldaud Bro IJ GParrisbj 2 50 i 0 H rigIUti Hijf lBa Laser r8Q Twfc KoWb 0 Jolm or1iJic4is fNlfi I Jc b MAKE TOI I4OBOE Coviugion Bonks IeIeIeXX iIXeIrKentucky Club of Chicago Elects Officers Time Kentucky Club of Chicago in o u followingflicera ear Ben P liranliam President- sJa Knox Lambert First VicePresi d ent D Yulee Beckham Second Vice President W M Sherrill Secretary and II L Atkinson Treasurer Two tickets were put in nomination Members ticket and Nominating Committee ticket and there was quite a li jcesnentuckyCluhBen P Branham President His reelection is evidence of the high esteem the members of the club have for him The club has prospered under Ills administration and is now one of the most prosperous State clubs in Chicago Capt Yulee Beckham Second ice President is a brother of the Governor f Kentucky James Knox Lanbcrt the other new officer is a prominent wyer Mr Beckham who was elected See ond VicePrcsidont is a well remembered C U student who has many iends here Natural prodnctwhilo not as white forhealthSecond streetauglttBase Ball Chat With the advent of spring interest in base ball is being manifested by every ne connected with Central On every hand may bo seen groups of students discussing the game and waxing enthusiastic over the present brilliant prospects The general opinion seems to be that not even in 93were the prospects more promising The base halt augurs read in the expected return of Coach Bert Cunningham who for two successive years fashioned champion teams for Central a most propitious omen But that is not the only favor able circumstance the old and tried men who will reenter the game together with the abundance of excellent now material to take the place of those who dropped out give absolute assurance of an exceedingly knotty problem for all teams that are booked to play at CentralTo ln with there is Captain Chas Chatham ibeltcir than whom never knocked a home run or stole a baseband also Camillus his brother who is a better looking man and bears the rep of being as proper a player they will Iprobably play second and short There too is Nick Toy who al sheepdrivingremarkably large number of grounders from passing throng the eclipse formed by his legs Toy will play second or third base Scott will give someone a close race for third KoennnMcClel land Feland andMillion are also ex perienced players with envlhble repu tations Among the new men Crow promises to hold down first with as much ability as he held dowuleft end on the foot ball team Hoffmanseems to have a sure thing of loft field and Ward Doty Cunninchaiii Mourning Johnston and others are promising new candidates Manager Sqaires deservesgreat credit for thveiy satisfactory schedule which heJI s9 ccoeded in perfecting eryIsledIV f TIME TO LOOSEN THE PIIRSR STRINBS And Get BuyinV THEr BUSY BEE CASH STORE- Has not arrived at its present stage of useful- nessbychancee Theres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir stomershavethepresenttheeomingDress Goods Wash Goods Hamburgs Embroideries and Laces Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department friendshipintomer who leaves a dime or a dollar in our store as a business friend The Talk of the Town +44 + Our Wash Goods Hamburgs and Embroid eries have always been the Talk of the Town This season we have made unusual efforts to StyteColorlnhave had every consideration and you yourself will say it is a beautiful sight when you see our tables and counters fuU of these lovely fabrics The fashionable ladles bad better bestir themselves while the choice ex dipintoneeds Clothing and Shoe- Departments af Are Stntfs Come making special offerings this week In our Clothing anti Our buyers bought so heavy for Spring that we thought advisable to make prices in these for a days to make room other goods that to come in Prices cut half in on many lines of Shoes and Clothing Bring in your wagons them you goods we Ute willing to make sacrifice to money traverse dally in line be one of the many who their business relations us Thanking you for past patronage we are yery IF WE YOU TELL IF NOT TELL US For Rent A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable particulars call on or address QEOD SIJIMOX- SIGjan tf Richmond Ky EGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market price eggs hides and feathers Can and see him next door to corner of Main and streets 20febtf Bull Calves for Scotch Topped Registered Short horn calves enough service Splendidly bred EJIHBY ABDCCKLE 27feb4w Richmond Ky IFor Rent The J W Herndon farm consisting of 227 acres situated one mileand a hiftf west of Richmond on Barnes Mill pike is advertised for rent A comfortable dwelling barns cisterns and all the usual make this a desirable farm Apply to 27f8t Doc II Kleenex Wanted I Ladies and gentlemen to Introduce the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1899 Agent are eoining money Cures all forms of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost the same as an ordinary comb Send cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Ill 27feblyr For Sale I ofler for sale privately my residence and acres of land on West Main street There are eight bath room and hall and all necessary out buildings Including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evan or tbe undersigned SPEED SMITH 2janlyr Richmond Ky Get in the Chas Jacobs the Main street tailor lisa just received a new and complete line of cnsdjmereB ond is now ready to make the most fastidious a nobby suit Firstclass workmen employed and guaranteed All clothes made by hLji will be kept In chargeCaUstock before purchasing your spring and summer clothing 27fe8t A WOlDJSJFtTLNVJN1IOX- They cure dandruff hair falling head ache etc costs the same as tin ordinary comb Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in world People everywhere it has been Intro are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and thecomb does till rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is to break or cut the oil a writ ton guarantee to give perfect satisfaction in ertry respect Send stamps for Ladies size50c Gents si e85c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this IecstJon flight Agents are wild with Mteeew fJAItIIIrlMMlfaMfcr Fresh as Apple Blossoms the counter heaps of Dress and Woven Dainties The artists have caught many a hint from nature and the mer chandise artists have made the things almost as chap for you as If they grew We might as well attempt to Paint the Rose as describe them and see them rather havo your judgment than ours they wer- eiBOIJ6flT YOU LIWe are some Shoo Department have it slaughtering departments few for are two entire and fill up need the the get the Th uptodateereroodthingsit and daily servothemD OLDIIAM COMPANY PLEASE For for old for tho outbuildings two rooms Swimt and fits Dr the duced ab8olukltmp083IUe one artl FOR The Mossback Dentist Many long hours in his office sat Wondering the reason for thisaud thatiTo his neighbor on time other side Seemed to go the business tide This Dentist hall been at it so long He thought ho could control the throrig By following the methods so long employed Hed keep the practice he had enjoyed Hut he found the dentist up tire side By the old process does not abiae He is uptodate Has all new tools Which shows the public are no fools The expense is small the benefit is great Be up to time and uptodate But dont let any Otto get our share Use Dr Hobsons teeth satisfaction always there DR UOBSON Dentistl Permanently located in tie Hobsou Building next door to Govern ment Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank Tile NonIrritating CatharticEasy to operate Hoods Pills The protestant missionaries are active in Manila The Methodists have baptised 258 converts in one week Correspondents Wanted Write to us if you want to learn what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will ie or call at our stores and get a trial bottle Ten doses 10 cents at all drug stores 13marlm A bill before the Legislature of Nebraska declares sunflowers and cockle burrs a nuisance DO YOU WANT To eell REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me all the particulars as1 may be able to help you Address J1f N3 Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly It is claimed that Canada furnishes over 40 per cent of the nickel of the world XEat a Wtofe CaUtge IfyoioiwAt to It wont hurt you bunllhr1wreal ao H what you eat take a doM c DftCftld wells Syrup Pepsin Ywt will em u eon ttoii t MkM sick bewiaclM or Mh WtI1 Dti it 1Ia1V u n WIIi Every Corner of the Orient storedifferent thingsthatrightly directed always wins Our New Carpets Rugs and Mattings Are all In We are showing a big assortment of handsome highgrade Carpets in this de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers buyCarpetsthe mills you have but our to pay and JustfromDepartment and get our estimates OUR HOISERY STOCK Is chuck full of new novelties for the coming season We pride our marketpricesthing that is in favor this season in this department SMALL WARES AND NOTIONS aodnotloosNotlouDeparlment Get are strengthening with respectfully W OTHERS Fiist Sale MRS iffMtSri loom your with profit Humors Come to the surface in the spring as in no other season Its a they dont run themselves all oil that way but in eruptionstheyTliats bad Hoods Snrsaparilla removes them dlsfiurIngcleanses tho system antI clears the complexion liKe Hoods o rifSlroI have never loved before HeAnd why my precious Surely there are others as worthy as I SheThat wasnt it I had indiges tion so bad I never could endure prattle but I took a bottle of Dr Cald s iseenDruggists 13marlm poundsthe3IAIICH AND TilE LION Something Belter Than The Ola Sawi The saying about tho lion and the lamb in March often proves false but there is another aud a better one which i s litternlly true When March comes in and finds yen taking Hoods Sarsa parilla to purify enrich and vitalize your blood you may expect when it yonlreefromof the boils pimples and eruption which manifest themselves because of youhaveSarsaparilla for your spring medicine we you to begin todav We na sure you it will make feel better all through the coming summer 13rnarlm Stockport England has the largest and oldpst Sunday school in the world with 3328 pupils and 438 teachers AGENCY IA Oct Ii 1899 PEPSIN SYRUP Co Monticello Ill IENTSI have used Dr Caldwells Syrup with marked success unhesitatinglyrelOlnmend it to those suffering with stomach trouble or constipation Its certainly blessing to humanity You are at liberty to use fullyISmnrlm Of tho 10000 people belonging to the Creek Nation according to the latest report no less than GOOO are negtoes Jf4genuIneLaxative the remedy that cures a cold la one day Eight million gallons of rock oil are pumped each year from under the bed of tbo Pacific ocean You should not feel tired all the tlmnomealcluypeople dontyou wont you take Hoods Saparilla for a while It An animal heretofore Unknown fee eembling both thd hdroe and zebrabas been discovered In thaCoBgb forests TO QTOJB AtiOZiDiST OWB DAT Take Laxative JJromo Quinine Tablets All drag lfrU refund the money llilalle rk a WefejuroveI 4 a This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous BloodBalma way 10000 treatments B 13 B will troulesusores itchinc humors swellings rim rpainsheumatismfecting throat or bones mucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBB makes tire pure and ch heals every sore or eruption and ops alt aches and pains Druggists 31 For ties treatment address Blood troublecured Ii It B cures old deepseated castS that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B andisw orld 1 intoBostonusualfeedinFree medical advice Men and wo areInvitedN Y by letterabsolutely without fee ic charge more than thirty years as chief consulting physician to the In ofButfalovoted himself to the treatment and c Asjistemiphysicians each man a his success iran been phenomental nnety eight persons in every hundred tre ted being absolutely and altogether curs7have especially availed thret selves of Dr Pierces offer of free coil avoidingthenoxious examinations and odious local treatments considered necessary by- omes practitioners Over half a million- women have been treated by Dr peculiartoWrite without fear as without fee Every letter is treated as strictly private and sacredly confidential and all envelopebearinAdress Dr It V Pierce Worlds DIs pensary Medical Association Buffalo NY In medieval times notonly Were Uv i ing prisoners ransomed by thelrfriends but a ransom was demanded oven for the bodies of those slain in action 1TbeallaYlqby eshavela equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples bitcaand arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They ore not food but medicine and the best ia use to A horse in prime condition Price 2S seats per package No country in Europe is said tolmye worse managed railways titan Belgium fctsjHi tks Cnvfc nil Works cZ tke 7 CCIi 1nriI4IL T1 is iiL vT w i 7 1he Richmond Climax l TporAr THOS L H PICKELS Auociate Editor WEDNESDAY MCH 13 1001 ID11LJHIIKU CVKKV WRDNKSUAY 8- Yiho Climax Printing Co I PiciI 1JCU YKAtt 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET v w FOB coranr JUDGE N IL TURPIJT FOB COUNTY iATTOBSBY J TE2LCOBD FOE 8UBHIPP JOHN F WAGERS FOBIAILBB- JAMES C LACKEY n coiNTY CLEUt JESSE COBB POE BCFBESBXTAT1TE CHAS L 8EARCY1 POE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT J W4 WAGERS FOB ASSESSO- RGROIWE NOLAND SURVEYOR 8 F ROCK FOR COBONBB CLIFF SMUE- LSANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITY ATTORNEY TAUO13ACKOMacandIdate oftbeVe are authorized to announce A O CityAUorneycratic party ItLETCHERsubject to the action of the Democrat pcarty i FOR the steenth time it is stated that Li Hung Chang is about to pass in his 9cips The slippery old Chinee hat about as many lives as a feline BRITISH journals contain the intel ligence that Lard Kitchener has ngaln corneredGonerals DeAVit and Botha We may look out for another Boer victory This ii a suresirn AFTER performing the arduous duty fif initatinjr Mae anti Toddy on March 4th and qualifying ns their guardian l uclo Mark is entitled to an honorable and well earned rest with full pay his rumored thaL tho Nabob of Sing apore is about to open negotiations wnh Teddy the Grizzly King with ai view to offering him the honorable fiiiiecure of Chief Beater of the Bush AIL Kuropt to say nothing of McKinley and John Hay w plunged in inournHig on account of a scratch un der the eye received by the Kaiser at the hAnds of a demented peasant The Russian question and till situation ii China are matters of inferior momont now compared to the trifling hurt just sustained by the Anointed of the Lord The Emperors partner Jehovah seems to have been absent about that time Maybe hell quit talking about Me and God now IT is seldom that the motherhood of the pen find their llvej falling in pleas ant places Worry an cure over de Ii tl neat KnbsiTibers iuj unpaid job work forms the principal menu of their honorabln lives but occasionally they strike the combination and see visions of better things Such an instance oc curred last week when Brother J M Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat fell heir tJ the richly deserved position of private secretary to Congressman Kehoe of the Ninth District Mr Al len has long been considered an orna ment to the Kentucky Press Associa tion his journal tho Democrat being undoubtedly one of the best and brightest weeklies in this neck of the woods His place in Blue Grass journalism will be one hard to fill His luck and that of Brer GiUvanuoliof the Danville Advocate who has been appointed to a similar position under Commissioner Yerkes restores our faith in an editors providence Like good and faithful servants they have gone to their reward May they enter into the joys of their Lord ChBrorCo11LEXINGTON Wa PAPER I If there is one depart ment more conspic ious than another it is this one by reason of its completeness di versity richness and cheapness THE VAST SCOPE of business the matchless variety the artistic beauty and the unparalelled prices J make it preeminently the place to buy your wall paper the proper time to make your selections is now the proper stock to select from is here and the propzr price is allwe ask you opCIHUff AND BROADWAY LXUQTOXf Kk Sc titH TUE rare for the Federal Jndgeship of the Eastern Kentucky Court is as yet underided The rival contestants are quarrelling like so many do sover a bone They all love pie It Is to be regretted that there is not enough to go all around Somebodys going to be left out in the shuttle Aint we clad we aint it SHOUT and sweet is the epigram that may bo applied to the happiness of American girls whobecorae the marie tal prey of foreign Counts Their honeymoons and dreams of biles are inevitably and speedily over their awaking sharp and sudden One more poor girl has been fooled nov For months past the newspapers have been full of the matrimonial joys of the Dutches of Manchester Miss Helen Zimmerman that was the girl who married fut loveand thought her Duke peoplefailedattributed Us Cincinnati wedding to the depleted state ot his exchequer After a little tour in the States during which nothing but adulation incense and orange blossoms were the order of the day with his fair bride the Duke landed in Liverpool to be promptly faced by a breach of promise suit The scales have now doubtless fallen from the Dutchoss eyes and she probally perceives that she has drawn Lothario instead ot a Galahad in the nuptial market This is the second peer in a week to be sued for a superfluity of affection Better look out girls Dukes are skittish ALL the Republican journals in the State are giving Gov Beckhain fits for his pardon of Gambler Alvey They seem to think that act the crime of the century and are altogether unmindful of the fact that similar precedents have been set by Governors of their own During Uradleys term of office our Slate penitentiaries were almost depleted of convicts by reason of his too liberal ne cf the pardoning power MmdererB villiaus and scoundrels were turned loose with indiscriminate and impartial judgment by this Republi lan paragon of Executive Justice and not a word of blame did the mouth pieces uf his party utter but rather filled their columns with fullsome praises of Ins largeness of heart and his sympathy fjr the poor and unfortu nate Yet no sooner does Gov Beck ham grant clemency to a victim of a political plot hatched by them than they denounce him in terms of horror and execiation A body with their record ii Kentucky it appears to us hall best let sleeping dogs lie less per chance in showing others mistakes they open the doors of their own closets where numberless skeletons repose At their door they have the disgrace of hatching an assassination worthy of a Nero or a Caligua but not of Christian men The least they say the bet ter for them They should remember that the pot once called the kettle black KENTUCKY may well congratulate herselfon one of the events of the past week in that one of her favorite and most distinguished sons again assumed the position and station which alike ra flHcts credit on him and the State he represents In the reseating of Senator J C S Blackburn all Kentuckians should take a personal pride From the time when tho memory of man runneth not to the contrary our Com monwealth has been famous for the oratory statesmanship and personal brilliance of her sons Of late years her reputation in this line has suffered through the incoin petency of some of her representatives upon whom Dame Fortune bestowed the smiles of her capricious favor Deboe an illiterate boor who prompt ly became the laughing stock of that body for the past few years has muss queraded in the garb but not in the statue of a member of the Senate Tay lor whom events transpired to make Governor pro tern drew notoriety of an unpleasant nature and was a living reflection on the brains and manhood of Kehtucky Other similar cases might be mentioned We were even likewise unfortunate in that some of our statement who possessed talent and capacity used thefr power in time wrong directionand instead of being mentioned to posterity in tho terms of honor and respect they might have commanded will be spoken of in the terms which are usually the lot of menthe brilliance of whose early careers are dimmed and blighted by a misuse of their gifts So much for Carlisle and Lindsay But Blackburn now a true gentleman loyal to his party and possessing the elements of a patriot statesman and leader is returned to the Senate to which ho is an ornament and addition our own McCreary will soon be there so Kentucky may eer long proudly ex claim Richard is himself aga- inPERSONAL Dr H C Jasper was in Danville last weekMr W S Hume was in Louisville last week Mr B W Turner is at home from New York Miss Mary Sullivan is visiting in LexingtonMr Dykes of Conway was in town Sunday Mr Frank Grilflfth of Louisvillewas in town Friday Dr L H Landman will he at the Glyndon today Mr Roy Roberts has returned from Hot Springs Ark Dr J M Poyntz visited Mt Sterling relatives last week Miss Lizzie Feeny is visiting Mrs John Feeny of Paris NIwasMiss Virginia Betts is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Belts Mr E V Elder is in New York purchasing spring goods Miss Mary Stoll of Lexington h heen visiting relatives hero Mr Buster lifo has returned from a months stay in Now Orleans Miss ManIla McRoberts of Danville is visiting Miss JuliaHis ins Mips Bettie Withers of Lexington is the guest of Miss TUlle Tribble Miss Katherine Blanton has been visiting in Paris and Lexington Mr Harry B Hanger of Sault Ste Marie Michigan is here on a visit Mrs Sophia Grimes of Paducah has been visiting Mrs G W Evans Sr Miss Jeanuett Powell of Nicholas vine is the guest of Miss Leila Harris Mr John II Gibson is home from the Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans Mr Lester Ellisof Newcastle was the guest last week of Mr L B Herring tout Ml Paulino Smiths visiting tier iltUr MIJ El HiDiney olNJoiIJJAt 1 i t l II Grand a thethunde orNlkagara hfadkpirifkhdcnn chesth bIoo1t as hothing1s bah ville Mr Wn Green has gone on a trip Vest to dispose of a car load of fine horsesMr John W Rock has located at Paducah for which place he left last TuesdayMrs H Shanks of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T E V Reid of Jit Sterling is the guest of her sister Mrs Dan M ChenaultMrs F Schooler of Washington D C is the guest of Mr and Mrs A E Carse Mr Charles McCord of Winchester has been visiting friends here for the past few days Miss Alberta Anderson of Lancas ter has returned home from a visit to Madison relatives Mr James Samuels left Sunday for Canton Ohio where lie will remain for several months Miss Florence Myers have returned to Stanford from a pleasant visit to Miss Mitiva Park Phelps Mrs Leonard West of Irvine has returned home after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Claude Smith Miss Louise Kauifuian and Mr Shackelford of Kicmond spent Friday with Mrs Emma Kauffman Central RecordMr Louis Laudrum of Lancaster editor Central Itecord was initiated by the Richmond Lodge of Elks Friday eveningMrs H A Bronston has leturncd from a visit to Lexington accompanied by her daughter Mrs Win Dowell OldhamMr D Marshall of Cincinnati was the guest last Thursday of Miss Martha Bowling at Mrs S Neville Moberleys Mrs W E Muncey and children are preparing to move to Winchesterwhere Mr Muncuy is in charge of the Adams Express Ofllce Mr and Mrs Charles E Smith and daughter Florrie have returned to Lexington after a pleasant visit to relatives here Miss Birdie Smith the adopted daughter of Mayor and Mrs Claude Smith is dangerously ill with measles and pneumonia Mr N Veeder White returned Satur day from New York where ho bought a large and fashionable consignment of spring dry goods Messrs Wm S Oldhan and Jo S Joplin of the local lodge of Elks are in Cincinnati purchasing furniture for the new club rooms Mesddines James B Ha gin of New York and Field McLeod of Veisailles were the guests of Mrs S Neville Mob erleylhursdajPaUlI Friday Mr and Mrs George M Willing gave a dinner Thursday evening to a number of friends in honor of their son Mr Philip L Willging- Misa Mary Tribble was hostess of the young Ladies Eucher Club Friday after noon and entertained her guests charmingly The prize a handsome lace handkerchief was won by Miss Martha Bowling Saturdays Louisville Times contained a handsome picture of Mr Elliot Pde Smith who is to represent Central University in the Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest which is to occur in Lexington April 12 Miss Mollie Fife was present at a reception given by Mrs George Land of Lexington last Friday evening The Herald says Miss Fife was handsomely gowned in green silk with trimmings of white lace and black velvet Misses Susan Hume Esther Burnum and Martha Bowling paid Miss Florence Wini of Winchester a brief visit Sat urday afternoon returning that even big They were delightfully enter tamed at dinner by Miss Winn The Married Peoples Euchre Club met last Thursday evening with Mr and Mrs E B Hume Among the guests were Mrs James B Haggin ofII New York Mrs Field McLeodof sailles and Miss Martha Bowling of Clarksville Tenn Miss Sue Hume won first prize Little Miss Mattie Elesauh McEl wain celebrated her fourth birthday last week by entertaining a large num ber of her little friends at the elegant home of her grandmother Mrs J W Bales on West Main The hospi tality of the Bales home is proverbial and it was lavished on the little tots on this occasion Delicious refresh ments were served anti a delightful afternoon spent by all present Mr W D Holly superintendent of the Kentucky Carriage Works this city left yesterday for Lancaster to instruct Mr Romans of that city insetting rubber tires His service were secured by the Victor Rubber Tire Co- Ir Springfield Ohio Mr Holly has spent years in this line ol the carriage business and the above companys se lecting this gentleman to represent them on this occasion is a testimonal oi his superior workmanship Dr L J Frazee celebrated his fifty second birthday Friday evening by en tertaining a number of friends at dir nerofbe genial Captain with the hospitality for which he is famous provid el a very feast of the gods for his guests and to judge by their comments Delmonico is only a second rate artist compared to the Dctors chef Those fortunate enough to be invited were HonJ B McCreary Rev Hugh Mc Lellan Drs A Wilkes Smith V H Hobson H R and W M Gibson and W U Martin Messrs C D and D1- andJ C Chonault and Lieut JllTevfe Our social circles have suffered a destinct loss in that Miss Martha Bow ling of Clarksville Tenn who for the Iast few weeks has been the beautiful and charming guest of Miss Susan Uumeand Mrs S Neville Moberley returned yesterday to her home It fs seldom that we have so delightful and pleasant a vislor among us anti her byIthocreates Since her advent to Richmond her stay haa been one long series of social triumph aml the admiration and homage she has received are a tribut to her many gifts and beauties of per sonmind and character We voice the sentiment of lhittkltlnlf lIJtf1tUJ rflurJi 1th I T RELIGIOUS Rev J W McCready will preach at 1hursdayRev W W Williams of Lexington who married a daughter of Jailer J C Lackey has received and accepted a call to the Christian church at BUlefield West Virginia FirstChristian jniousadmirably answered them In conclusion lie strongly commended tIme work of fraternities but placed the church high above all on account of its divine origin In closing lie uoted a part of James Wlmcomb Riley s poemthWouldsl have a friend jJustPowell warmly thanked the Elks Odd Fellows Masons and other secret so clety membArs presenttCeurierJour1nah MARRIED HunsTCAPs Mr Edgar Hurst of this city was married to Miss Caps of Dreyfus last Friday RhodaI J Tribble o iclatedIthe home Mr Emmett Miller of this city was united in marriage to Miss Stella Cox Both Mr and Mrs Miller are originally residents of E till county where both respectedTheD and Charles Miller of this place and is a young man of sterling character and possesses all the qualities thatlenter into the makeup of an youngladjofdisposition and lovable nature have long made her the admiration of her Identic The young couple will settle in Richmond where Mr Miller in conjunction with his brothers will engage in the grocery busin- essBIRTHS HARRIS To the wife of U Gllar ris on 4th inst a girl WLWaELDER Born to the wife of E V Elder on time 10 inst a nine pound toy DEATHS GRUMUERT The little eightyear ord child of Charles Gumbert died yesterday of pimeuinoimiarHAOAX Little Alma the sixteen montli old daughter of Mr John J lagan of Corbin died Sunday night at tlio homo of her parents Time burial will occurxtoday at 1230 in tIme lieu mom Cemetery Her grief stricken parents have time sympathy of time community in their sad loss UAXOKOFT Mrs Mary Bancroft aged 03 died of pneumonia complicated with Urights disease on Wedres day last at the homo of Mr W II Smith Mrs Bancroft was a very highly respected Christian on1anan1- her friends sincerely mourn her de JosephllJllcroftpat by is extended Dr IfilletisTime two courses of lectures which Dr Willett is giving afternoons and evenings at the Presbyterian Church are attracting large audiences that by numbers and attention attest time popular interest in Bible study and the lecturers power as a speaker Dr Willett is a master of his subject and a master of the Eoglishjanguage Ills articulation his pronunciation his selection of words are perfect but time simplicity and earnestness of the man together with his perfect acquaintance with Bible history enabling him to speak as one with authority are his chief attributes as a speaker The afternoon course of lectures on the Wisdom Literature of tho Old Testament promises to be no less in1 tcresting than the evening course on the Beginnings of Christianity The subject of Monday afterroons lecture was TheOld Testament Sages The speaker divided the books of the Old Testament into six sets dealing with different subjects Legal viz Exodus Leviticus Numbers Deuteromouy and parts of Ezekiel 2 Histoical Kings and Chroniclesfi 3 Propheticas Isaiah 4 Devotional Psalms and Lamen tations 5 Apocalyptic Daniel Joel Zechariah Zerphaniah- C Wisdom LIteratureJob Proverb Song of Solomon Kcclesiastes Time wisdom literature to be viewed from the angle of the teachers of Jewish life and their teachers were time Priests the Prophets and the Sages each of whom taught in his especial way Chief among their Sages wore the Kings who acted as judges in all matters of legislation Solomon easily takes first rink among them as time type of Wisdom at Moses is the type of the legislator aid Isaiah is first timoll the prophets All wisdom literature is related in souio way to Solomon Solomon was the common denominator of the Yisudon Literature He was a judge of human nature he had legal acumen a lover of nature aud a writer of Bngs and mind proverbs A knowltedge of witchcraft is also to him in the apocryphal writings He WItS the great necromancer of his ago So the wise men gave thought to the great problems of life problems involving the wellbeing of man his sot ferings his love and his doubt of skepticism These problems are dis cussed respectively in the books of Songsand I of the Bible On this interesting frame work Dr Willett will build his course of afternoon lectures during the week The second lecture on the Beginnings of Christianity entitled Judaism and Christianity constituted a rapid sketch of Jewish history from Abraham to the comitig ot Christ and a most interesting parallel between Judaism and Chris tianity The narrow contrasted hair splitting tenets of Judaism were con tiastcd with the broad principles of Christianity Christ brought a religion of principles rather than ceremonials a religion that creates character and develops mfMod and Womanhood in its highest term tDr Willett is In no term a revivalist that is not his purpose Ho is a teacher rather than a preacher yet lit speaks straight to time intelligence andt the consciences of men tarrying con yi4isiithsyeiyword L iiiiiiiiii I About The MemphisReunlonIt MajorGoneral J M Poyntz of Richmond commanding the Kentucky division of Confederate Veterans has issued an order announcing the annual reunion at Memphis Tenn from May 23 to 30 and urging a large attendance from this State It is hoped have the 1902 reunion in Louisville the one held there last year proving of unusual In torest and being mostdelightfully en oyed by all who were fortunate enough o attend At the coining meeting a MajorGen oral to succeed Gen Poyntz is to be elected We have heard uoone menIsormed for the honorbut it e proper thing to bestow it upon Ad jutantGeneral Bennett H Young His devotion to the cause and hula practical enthusiasm injts behalf are not equaled pbeMajorGeneral Bennett H Young when we return from the Memphis reunion Owenton heraldsttrSlampAfter July 1 wo will get a little relief from war taxes The conferres of the Senate and House have agreed on timeO following repeals of tile stamp tax On bank checks certificates of deposits promissory notes money orders express receipts telephone and telegraph messages miscellaneous bonds certificates of damages and others not partyIleases manifests mortgages power of attorney protests warehouse proprietary medicines taxPcosmetics and chewing gum The on beer cigarettes bankers certificates of stock transfers and sales of products and exchanges lois been materially reduced and the legacy law modified so as to exempt legacies of a charitable religious library and educa tional character TIme total reduction- si 11000000 The Democrats think the reduction should be at least 70 000000and that the law should take effect at once During the An ImpostureS stranger purporting himself as an en graver from Cincinnati has taken up his temporary residence in our midst with the intent and pnrposeof provid tag our citizens with engraved cards at- educed rates but really to fleece the unwary and bleed the unsuspecting who are looking for bargains It is our painful duty to inform the citizens who have purchased that they have beeiias surely caught as fish in a net The gentlemans engraving is nothing more than plain printing and poor work too at that so far as we have seen He is furnishing his cards at sixty cents a hundred and persuad ing his victims that they are dead cheap at that We do time same work better for the same price and OU can have the satisfaction of superiwork manship and the sweet knowledge of patronizing home iudustries for the y6u pay him There is a certain class of people who want to be fooled it appears and who are always the ones who bite at the gaudy colored flys cast them We would advise such citizens to bank on certainties instead of tempting fate and inviting snarosand pitfall Enquire at home before purchasing abroad Time CLIMAX is ever ready to stand by its patrons and expects them to support it in return In the matter of the electric line for example we have stood manfully by our constituents and opposed a plan which would be injurious to their Interest We expect the same from them When you need anything in our line remember well do your Work as cheaply and as well as anybody If you purchase from a stranger you have no one to fall back on in case they fail to come up to requirements We are here to stay and guarantee any job that ccmes from our press Stand by us friends and well stand by you Extracts From The Smasher Mrs Nation issued the first number of her journal The Smashers Mail on last Saturday from the county jail Topeka Kansas where she is still con ned It was published by eno Nick Chiles n negro newspaper man who is reputed to be a joint st In her Salu tatory Mrs Nation says 1 have no apologies to make in hav ing Nick Chiles for the publisher of The Smashers Mail Our Savior nit with publicans and sinners to do them good A servant is not above his lord This paper shall be as its name indi- cateS The Smashers Mail It shall put into its columns the letters I get from all over the country even those I get from across the water Those wishing to say anything through the columns of The Smashers Mail must put it in the form of a letter and use brevity the soul of witfor I reserve the exclusive right as editor On the fourteenth page is found a picture of Nick Chiles the negro pub lisher and underneath are the lines Business Manager of The Smashers Mail and Plain Dealer who went to the byimeTime first page contains an excellent halftone of Mrs Nation Departments under which letters are published in The Smashers Mail are Letters from Hell Letters from Honest people PoetryNotesof Invitations Snapshots and An CorrespondentsSome in the paper are We solicit advertisements of all that is useful and beautiful and that its use will be to the glory of God Why ProimIbidnand whisky and to play cards in jaii Why build again the timings which they destroy I was glad to notice that anarchy was not indorsed by Mc Farland and Sheldon You want to be in the band wagojLwith the preacb araand good women Verily I say unto you Mr Lindsay you must be born iiguiu In justice to Mr Cooks family 1 will sav that my confinement is most tleasanf If it lund not been Jor the cigarette smoke I haH had three meals n day arid igooui bed It Is a firstclass hotel betides the Wichita Jai1house with its jRiiiats cigarettes andjreeu mmolik Turnkey M r DuddwarfkiuU to roe11 Cecllian Climb Ajnerica rSiomy mourummu loss of a f4 tyau5rn slice ibu11lII1I- Irentoupto Ue tmtu 4ig ZflSiiy others he waJsit pliL e in time front raimksofW1 f inurmy of mu l il is iled at- he early mmgtsu4 WlrIeiiht Tint Ce ctllfln 01111 flevot tIM afternoon of- Noyefliber bUiYbO tat ahiu ik- fi o i p of this composer little dreaming that before the same date m March his spirit would be wafted to that land where tis said music is the universal great fame rests upon his time Itjhasmany its 125000 copies havIng been sold and one man testifies to tho fact j of hearing a miner in Dawson City playing it on a mouth harp while his feet were so badly frozen he was not able to work or walk Norm has told how ho happened to name the piece Narcissus He had written a suite of water scenesjriving to eachwhat he considered appropriate name Four of these were e fifth unfinished and without title came into his mind that there was a grecian myth concerning a lad by this- amewhon had something to do with the water So he to hive into the secrets of mythology and confirmed his thought in regard to the matter Soon after the accomplishment of this work ho says he left for Europe and wall astonished when the publisher wrote him in regard to its phenomenal success Nevins compositions are nu meroushis songs being considered his best Helenves a wife and two children But neither Paul nor Doris have in j fatherthoughiesp iratlon from them That which is commonly called life not life in its broadest sense There spiritualliflnal P There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases ui together ani until the last few ears it was supposed to be incurable F or a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and pre ribed local remedies and by con antiy failing to cpre with local eatament pronounced it incurable has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional disease and therefore re uiroS constitutional treatment Halls Cure manufactured F J- hmeney Co Toledo Ohio is the 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 jiyslem They offerone hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars dud any case it fails to cure Address K JCIIENEY CoToledo0- Snlil by Druggists 75c hulls FamIly Pills are the best UBLI RENTING Pairo253 ACRES which about acres is In wheat 31 acres go in corn firstclass corn land 20 acres in 2J to 30 acres in meadow baliuce ex elecalltdwellingregression given at once tojanuary 1902 Renting to take place on premises at 10OO o MARCH 16 1901 H C JAMES It Guardian for Terrill Heirs WALLS PAPERS FOR 19011 boughtlJ ing Factories and have now in stock the largest andi8 most variedstock 1tin Central Ken tucky They are each and everyone marked at n price that sunplYdefies- competition From 3c on up to the finest hand goods All new designs and colors Yellows Bines Pinks Greens Reds Etc You are most cordially In vited to call and inspect our selection coIM1ilIiEWall J Shades Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass Etc 209 W Main St RICHMOND K- YClothing MR ALEX DENNY wii repro sent Rowland d Woodcock the Danville Tailors during the coming season If you want a SUIT SWELL VEST pair of j See in his office at reeman Bros Shoe Store r Main Street Richmond Ky TI EY MAKE Ell RIGHT Cmsr3m 1 The BEST because it fM 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 tohave a Clearance On all Winter Goods We must make room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty colors reduced from 225 to1 95 A11 wool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479 to 3 85 JoMensJJJMensReduction on Dress Goods and Cnildrens Wool Hoods and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR COTTONS HIMBURfiS 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 Wishing each one of you a very s happy and prosperous new year Iam Respectfully Cor Main First St Public Sale Having sold farm one mile from Speed well Ky I will offer at public sale on the premises promptly at 10 oclock a m on TunQ March 25111 1901 The following described personal property viz Two 2yearold Steers 6 yearling Steers 7 weanling Calves 7 yearling Heifers 8 Milch be fresh t Aprill stripper Cow I yearling Bull good 2yearold Mules familyMareDeeringUeaperDisc Harrow Disc Hoosier Wheat Drill Old Hickory Wagon almost new good Sled 2 good Turning Plows 2 good Double ShoTel Plows I Feed Cutter and a great many other necessary farm tools too numerous to mention 4 Stack of Tymothy Hay 150 barrels of Corn more or less two to three hundred pounds of thingsInture Chickens and Turkeys Alto some extra Jack Stock 5yearoldextra heavy bone Jacks I yearling Jack a very promising colt two aged Jennets in foal to a 16J4 hands JacK This stock is highly bred and to the most reputable families in Kentucky This stock will be offered and sold without reserve unless sold privately before day of sale Terms made known on day of sale GEO W RICE mch32w Speedwell Ky fi HONAKERThe it Lcingtont FLORIST tIs selling the Finest ii Brides and Brides maids Roses ever grown in this section for 200 a Dozen Also everything else J in the Floral Line ttI GIVE HIM AN EASTER ODE R tJ Stockton Hagan AGENTS r BIORMOND KENTUCKY V 13ebly OKLAHOMA Indian Territory i Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central- By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon iO5as a Dt1 Only Line Running1 Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules and rates write to v RHFOWLERT- rav Pass Agt L O B B LonisTlUeKy C4C icJ1 CE SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and Treas S M WARE General Manager J 2B JEFFER HGUARAtjTY 1flET7 CON J Incorporated fOffers you the best INVESTM NT-x CONTRACT L On the MarketL t tIIt is BEST because jf thtreiSnohighratio 3 t forJ business on our Books w + It Requires LESS money to com tw Jefferb+ son in any t tt A i J i TheJeraODlsNaW under Its WEEKLtCo5pet can aellyw virtually Oround Floor Business every 18th week IAtrial will prove the wisdom ot an Inveiteeat ts TIM Jetfenos H MEOFFICE No22NUpprSi LEXINGTON KY f I u Sale colored15 OWEN MCKEE Richmond Kentucky AN INVITATION 3 + To ride in one of elegant Phaetons is always appreciated by those who II like comfort and ease while driv ing We have the handsomest 0 stock of Buggies Phaetons Sur l WLreys Buckboards Traps Car riages Dog Carts c that has + ever been seen in Richmond Every vehicle in our shop is made right 1L to 11 Iif lil lil il + ail to to I i WE KNOW HOW IkWecarry a complete stock of Trimming 1Material Iron Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock The gentlemen having 1 hadVlargest Car riage Works in the United States and can furnish the citizens of Madison and adjoining counties Vehicles that cannot be excelled in workmanship beauty or thaiII1 i tuckj Crngc LVIt I tIIiI JL iiw J r I I T 7W j1C j H w KudolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatItartlQcially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing exhausted digestive organs It is tuolatcst discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It In stantly relieves anti permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn CrampsmdallPrice and SI slro contains times SQalUlzeBoolcallaboutdyspcpslainiiUedrrecPrepared For sale by Perry A Thomas WJLLSEND3OO FREE leather The OormanAnipr jean Doctors the Celebrated ilwn u kee Specialists Will Send 300 Their New Special Treatment FRKK to Each of our Readers r VHEN experIenced phy dians otter to Rive away J30COO worth ol specIal treatments for diseases of the Heart Nerves Stomach Female Uueacei Hheuiuati m and Piles it is evident that they have great faith In their treatments for chronic diseases And when hundreds of prominent people freely tea tRy to their unusual skill their liberality worthy of erious consideration aWictel readers may have f300 worth of treatment especially prepared for their case mEn with full directions we will advise them to write for It at once Address the Ger manAmerican Doctors giving history tyrao toms of case in full All correspondenci strictly confidential Plain envelopes use also plain wrappers for the packages contain lug medicine GERMAMAMERICAN DOCTORS dec9ly 03 Mason St Milwaukee Wis Patroniz Home Iiiiao Insure your dwellings barns and othervrop ertV In the BLUe ORASS INSUKANCB COM PANY of Lexington Kya home Institution Given prtl ctit n against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losse occur to other members and no inUixtion fee charged to become a memberot company cheapest and most reliable oompany for till people of our county now operating in IcISOT further particulars can on L P lIS Agent Collector office in coon fie the County Judge Richmond Ky may21ly 1 I I quarter with tOP M Worth ol Th the VILEY THE CTA1LOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He huts just received an elegant lot of ee IMr RT D rABRI From New Yorlf and desires to make you an nplo data SPRING SUIT ilr Viley cuts personally all the clothes Ms house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Wluter or any tailor west of New York toto TRY HIM t- ottf W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINQTQN KY 13febly PRODUCE tvt fft- Having closed out my stock of Groceries I wili now devote my entire time to the I PRODUCE 1t1f 1t1t1 1f1 1 USINESSI 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 IN Depot RICH WNDKY octictr = e I rf3II II You Get the Profits IgleX making with a moderate profit added and take your choice from the biggest stock youIfullest assortment Our plan of Selling Carriages InsurEs satbiactlon yonr money Isnwl Our complete UluatraUd DirectNmany stylo of high grade blankets and horse equipments X ttoos of mch THE COLUMBUS Box 772 Columbus Ohio a flfIJI 50000For 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 86OOO for Second Nearest Correct Guess 3000 ThirdII II l 1500II FourthII II 1000 4Fifth II l 500 SixthII II l 400 II Seventh II II II 3OO 4Noxt 20 each 100 amounting to 2000II 100II 5Ql II 5OOO U II 200II 25II II 5OOO U II 1000II 10II II 10000II II 3060II 5II II 153OO A total of 4387 prizes amounting to50000Jn case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1896 was 1020107 1892II 831625 1807II 864022 1893II 835604 1898II 793169 1894II 776819 1899II 920872 1895II 846996 1900II 1049121 Guess what it will be in 1901 6000An 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 Conditions are 8100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles such subscriber to one guess 81000 for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 81000 for one subscription ten years secures ten guesses No commissions or extra guesses For further particulars see Weekly Enquirer Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati G 7r 1 LEXZTONZNVTMT Q 4 4Pays You 300 for Eery Q Dollar Invested 4t4- i1 r re Branchoffice front room 4N 2 over Joplins furniture store i L P TODD MGR b 8 M F 7I 7 ORGANIZED c GEO W MORRIS Pre W W RITE Vice Prtt THB MUUAL urn NANOt OF KENTUCKY luc Home Office Louisville Ky cDavitMerriwethcr Secy Jos Petlnt Treas tJas II rtteaJiuan Medical DIrectcr SW henry AlIode Supt Agencies Kentncty c Admitted Attt flee 1930 f3 018714 23 nnpLiUd lieu 31 13 Increase in Surplus J5 9743L 779527 54 11Ua te t J Smaly H KENNEDY RICHMOND SpeciaIAgentte t c r Y or 7 A LAND STOCK AND CROP Kentuckyscorncropinl900 was worth 27206890 wheat 8585504 oats 28S5881 barley 20638 rye 28550 potatoes 1403743 hay 4427K226 Mode Nicollof Lexington sold to Spratley Mitchellof New York the fiveyearold chestnit mare Clara Bell by Chatterton dam by Mambrino Patehen for 2000 J A Woodof Garrard sold 300 sheep at 3ic and bought 11 cattle at S25 and a bunch of yearlings at S20 Lutes Co bought of James Coulter 50 ewes and lambs at 4Inte- rior Journal The Stanford Journal notes the sales of 55 shotes at 41c a bunch of ewes at 375 each 30000 pounds of hemp at 5c 10 cattle twoyearold at 4c some extra cattle at 4c 13 yearlings at 2250 each 10 yearlings at 4ic A pair of mare mules at S260 Over a hundred jacks of all ages and sizes were sold yesterday in the Faulconer sale and prices generally were satisfactory running from zero to S70 Mr Faulconer will conduct a horse sale April 16 17 and 18 Laura F Shropshire and others sold to M K and Geo 6 Tebbs in consideration of 1917275 cash or 6625 per acre 289 acres of land on the Ironworks pike lying party in Bourbon and partly in Fayette counties Danville AdvocateDr Menaugh sold last Monday to T R Chilton 20 ewes at 530 per head Schoberth Edwards pur chased of J W Brookie a load of hogsaveraging 350 pounds- at 5ic In some localities in the counties farmers are en gaging their lambs for sum mer delivery June and July at 4 and 5J cents Howard Kingdelivered to BontaBros at Burgin seventy bushels of hemp seed for 210 per bushel He has engaged to deliver at Danville 200 bushels at S2 We do not think the wheat prospect was ever more un promising that at the present time in Mercer county There have been so many of what the farmers call wet freezes that in some localities the wheat all seems to be dead Harrodsburg Democrat- W C Carpenter has bought of Wm Vandivier Jr 51 hogs at 5c for April or May delivery These hogs will be made to weigh about 250 or 260 pounds attime ofdelivery There seems to be some what of a craze for high steers just now If an unusually large animal of this kind shows up at any of the big markets a dozen bidders are after him at once A stock company was formed one day last week to buy a very big framed grade Shorthorn steer that came into Kansas City for sale in a bunch It is said that he will weigh at least a couple of tons when fat This steer is said to be a dead ringer for the big steer fed by D M Moninger Galvin la some years ago That one was nearly white Shorthorn by breeding scaled 4100 pounds was taken to England and there lost sight of for good and allShelby Record There is general complaint about the outlook for a wheat crop but some of the old far mers who have taken pains to investigate the situation say things are not as bad as they look They sty the wheat A great many women are subject to spells of dizziness spots before the eyes and a ringing heat These symptoms are commonly associated with hver n trouble as the result ofa diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and the allied organs of digestion and llutrition It cures through the stomach diseases seemingly remote from that organ but which hare their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and digestive and nutritive system Hence cures of heart lungs kidneys and other organs are constantly by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis Is no alcohol in the Discovery and it is free from opium all other marcotics Some dealers may offer a substitute as just as OllfasDr Pierces Golden r edical Diacovei Theres more profit in substitutes for the dealer Theres more k4 UH in the Discovery for you Dont be dona It Is with the greatest pleasure 1 write yoi the has from your Golden Medical Discovery pays i8 Carrie VirginiaIbeand nervousness and had a coastant roerinj and rivflnr oUe la her head After taking six bottles of Dr Plercea Golden MOdcat Dia cqjrtry site was eutirely cured KDrPi ji roots are thrifty and will come jut all right with growing weather The Lexington Ga ette does not take much stock in alleged failure of the wheat crop It says There is much complaint of poor appearance of wheat but as a matter of fact it is in very good condition save where in feted with the fly Since theI sowing there has not been a single dashing rain to fill the drill mark While the leaves are seared and fox from the frost and lack of rain and snow the plants are sound and vigorous in the drill marks but do not show above the surface and to the casual ob server the outlook is unpromising Just such conditions prevailed in the springof 1875 and prior to the rains which began on April 15th nearly every farmer was disposed to plow and reseed to other crops But the development of the plant and fullness of head and plumpness of grain were unsurpassed PARIS COURT DAYMon day brought a big crowd to town Politics handshaking and attending a mass meeting occupied a large part of the day A larger number of mules than usual were offered Stiles ranging from S50 to 140 per head and horses sold from 35 to S70 Over 300 cattle were offered Monday at M J Murphy Cos stock yards as follows Paul Shipp of fered 34 800lb cattle unsold Wm Ardery sold 25 800lb cattle to B F Bedford price private B F Bedford sold to T J Judy of North Mid dletown 35 700lb cattle at 3550 per head same sold to John LaRue 14 600lb cattle at 2750 per head Mr Combs of Versailles offered 36 GOO lb cattle unsold Clayton Howell sold to G T Graves 600lb cattle at 29 per Head same to L A Reager 11 650 lb cattle at S23 per head B F Bedford offered 41 50fflb cattle unsold Jonas weil sold 22 cows and heifers to Jacob Jacoby at S23 perhead same to Sol Weaver 17 GOOlb cattle at 2750 per head Hibler Bros bought of Jack Patton of Ruddells Mills 30 head of 150lbihogs at 5 cents Mann Fuhrmannsold to the Paris Milling Co Monday an extra pair of work mules fo- rS450Paris Kentuckian- A writer in the Australian Pastoralists Revifwhas this to say on the subject of water for sheep Sheep may be educated to do without very much of the water they ordi narilydrinkand yet remain in good condition My own ex perience supports this con tention During a long spell of dry weather in North Queensland T carted water for padIdockconsumed 300 gallons of the water each day If I came late with the water tank they were standing about the trough waiting for it They drank up the 300 gallons daily and came regularly for their supply There was 1000 acres in this paddock and as might be expected in such a drouth tne grass was very hard dry and scanty In another pad dock of just twice this size in which the grass was equally dry and scanty I had 1400 weathers Every third day the entire flock was driven two miles to water They throve well and were culled periodically by a butcher with whom T had a contract They did better than the ewes on exactly the same sort and quality of grass- Roosevelt is vexed because the correspondents have been enlarging on his feats in Coo rado No doubt he fears that his real adventures will seem very tame after these fanciful yarns But after all a man who could write such a highly imaginative work as Alone in Cuba need not fear competition in the weird and wonderful It is fortunate that the Re publicans were willing to make the concessions in regard to Cuba desired by the Democrats The action taken by Congress snOv likely to be almost unanimous It is a pity that the dominant party does not oftener appeal to Democratic intelligence to help them out- ICitchener is doing nearly as well as Weyler He has captured the abandoned camps Of the enemy on several occa sions Well why dont you keep your word and surrender Pat MARSHS PREDICTIONS A month ofgales wind and snow is predicted by W W Marsh the infallible weather nophet for March An old fashioned March when the wind doth blow and there is snOw is said tobe coming and almost every section of the countrywill get blown clean and dry Severalsectionsare- threatened with young hurricanes and all will feel the pinch but the month wibe warmer than usual and the prophet promises an early spring Mr Marshs prophecies for the country at large are as follows High winds rain hail sleet and thunder storms will pre vail during the month of March The temperature during the month will be warmerthan the usual March temperature The rains will be heavy causing big rivers and floods The rainfall will be extremely heavy at the headwaters of the Ohio and the river valleys and the mountain districts There will be no killing frosts or cold waves in the South to destroy theSfruit Between the 4th and 6th general rain and snow from the Mississippi valley andup per lake regions eastward ex cept in Florida andnorthern New England General heavy rain and snow in the Ohio valley and Pen nsylvaniaanu over the Ohio valley and Tennessee and the Virginias Heavy rains in the Gulf States and North Carolina Severe storms in the north west and from the Texas coast to western Pennsylva nia Snowstorms over the Missouri Valley and rain and heavy sleet at New York Philadelphia and Washington D C Storms and high seas on the Atlantic Between the 19th and 22d equinoctial storms will pre vail being most severe on the waters Gulf of Mexico the great lakes Atlantic ocean and the coasts falling tem per lture in tie upper Mississippi and lower Missouri val leys and rising temperature with high cyclonic winds warmer weather with thunder storms over the Ohio valley Warm stormy weather in the east Gulf and south Atlantic States The stomach controls tha situation Those who are hearty and strong are those who can ent and digest plenty of food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digest what you eat and allows you to eat all the Rood food vou want if you suffer trout indigestion heartburn belching or any other stomach trouble this goodTileit Perry Thomas The bonanza kings of South Africa have again protested against being taxed topay the expenses of the war declaring that they would have found it much cheaper to have pre vented the struggle altogether rather than to pay so heavily focBritishrule What a con fession is involved in this Like Oliver Twist children ask for more when One Minute Cough Cure Mothers indorse it highly for croup It quickly cures all coughs and colds and every throat and lung trouble It is u specific for grippe and asthma remedyforA New York Supreme Court Justice has recently refused to receive so called expert testimony in regard to handwriting Rightly so Ninetenths of the expert business is humbug There are three sorts of liars the ordinary liar the damn liar and the writing expert When you pro bilious use those famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Riser to cleanse the liver and bowels They neyer gripe Perry Thomas Southeners have always been accused of beinganxious for government office but there is on record no such case of coldbloodedness as that shown by the seven northern men who applied for Cousul Wildmans post before the breath was fuiry out of his body See that you pet the original DoVIits Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it The genuine IRa certain cure for piles sores und skin diseases Perry Thomas Colorado has moreinventors in proportion to population than any other western State No doubt this i cludes patents taken out on wolf and bear stories Those peace proposals from South Africa seem to have fizzled out as it were The Boers caught another convoy the other day It cost Great Britain 650 and 650 men to kill a Boer Wonder what it cost Teddy to kill 30 Ii on Oh yes Tesia will talk to Mars He willuse his hat M a tranSBiiifierv i 4f6 Cup of- Good Coffee I Just now Congress thinks it will avoid an extra session by means of its Cuban resolutions tomorrow it will probably find that it must have one to settle the Philip pines the day after tomor row but no one can predict that far ahead for this Con gress Of the few men who have risen from the ranks of the navy to high place nearly all have attained distinction Witness Admirals Hichborn ONeill and Melville all of whom were once enlisted men A dispatch from Kansas City says that a man who was shot in the west end is recovering Why not Wounds in the west end are seldom fatal The top end should always be selected Burlington Route Great Train Service- No41at9am from St Louis for Kartells City an l entire Northwest to Pugot Souuu and Portland with con nections at Lincoln Kelt Iron Chimpo and PeoriaiThe Burlington North ern Pacific Express For Denver nUll the Pacific Coast via dailyfromFur St Pan Minneapolis and Not th west several trains daily from Chicago and St louis1he Finest Trains in World Chicago to St Paul ami Min neapolisTu Kansas City St Jiwph two trains daily from St Luuis or Chicago California Excursions in through tonrist sleepers personally conducted from St Jonis and Chicago every Wednes day evening also from Chicago lIvery Monday evening the route is via Den ver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City Tlie best Jine tint best equipped trains luthe West Writofor matter descriptive of any contemplated journey through the West W M SHAW Lw WAKELY D P 406 Vine St G PA Cincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager Kt Louis Mo Cmarly Big Four Route ttfMagnificent Vestibuled Trains with equal Dih ing Car Service to Buffalo The PanAmerican Expo sition Route 4 trains a Hay Chicago Lake Front Entrance St Louis Via Merchants Bridge no tunnel ia t Boston t v Only through Sleeping Car Line V New York V Only Depot in the cityv Fast 5checJuIes Fine Equipment Smooth Tracks vM AIIJ LYT4CL WFWEW 1fIkTI C AG 1 kTAt J 1 VIL aet SoHter1I ACt CUffiIXJUTJjO fk i To get a really goodcup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding InARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of AEBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee for it is actually less expensive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satis will find a list of useful articles in each package of Aibackles1 Coffee A definite part of one of these uncles becomes yours when buy the coffee The one you selectfromthelistwfflbesentyOuon Notion Department certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE BROS t Notion Dept New York City NY PATEN TS4ANDOBTAINED DESiGNS FREENoticeChargr moderate Nn fee tin is secured Letters confidential Address- GSIGGERPalentc Lawyer Washington DC JAPANESE iirnrn 01SUPPOSITORIES8ofOintment A acTor falling Cure forFUct of every nature and degree It makes aaopcrauon with the knife or Injection of carbOlic acid whlcli PeTTnnenZelUendoftenrejulun WrIttenCuarantee SeDIIJAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a BOX Cured Pile Presented PaIlethopleasanttoZres2JapanczoFor sale by Stockton Uagan Druggists NEWS AND OPINIONS++ +++4 OF National Importance BlIIi ALONE eOtat O ii+ + 1 Daily and Sunday 8 4 + The Sunday Sun Is tlw greatest Sunday Newspaper in the Worldft Price 5 cents a copy By mail S2 a year IADDREsS THE SUN NEW YORK 6reatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Year For c14 50- p 0ismarket and borne weekly journal InthV tbflfamilypar saul the home happy It bw a pages f erYWEekoflPe 24 JJ1 Must complete anti reliable iytrket report Largest actual stat of preetlciiI editors and correspondents all farmers It Always Stops- atExpiratiOa J1 or Sobtcriptiofi No wit4swke farmer will be with journalItJulepss IiIDIXPJIotlDr AId r- i j Oc Ill How 71 Is Your 7 C REPAIRING AND FINE SPECIALTY L E LANE eDee a eychvexalct All Guaranteed Main Street- RICHMOND KY I J = + t Ie= PLOW iIiiIitilitfi1 Call in and see what we have in the way of PLOWS CULTIVATORS HARROWS CORN PLANTERS K And all Kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTS I S We can make it to your interest as well as our own if you will dolt H w Ii oW 5 PULL LINE OF REPAIRS Every one knows that the OLIVER Is the but Plow thats made The Brown Cultivator Tornado and Imperial DIsc narrows Ibarlow Hay 0Worth and Evans Corn Planters are standard Implements and we GUARAN TEE every one of them sCome In and see the Ryan Disc Corn Planter the tallest and BEST I Inspection will find our stock complete and our prices the LOWESTm D1 B1QKELFD QMPAYJ MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY V 3 7I ffi F t+ TO QUIT +t TIMEINO WATCHE3 Work BUSINESS Having decided to quit business we will sell our entire STOCK f BOOTS SHOES ETC+4+44+4+ Regardless of COST So if you need now or ever expect to need a pair this is the time to buy as you will probably never have another opportunity like this We have be tween 6000 and 7000 worth of goods Jhat must be disposed of at once in order to stop expenses Below are quotedsome of our prices Ladies Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at S 2 60 u I 3 00 2 15 t 250 185 2 00 1 60 V 1 50 I 00 Mens Fine Shoes worth 4 00 now go at S 3 00 t 3 50 2 GO 3 00 2 35 i cI 2 50 1 75 i 2 00 C rGo Mens Bootees 500 K I 361r 400 it 9i00 1iI And everything else in proportion 7 2 The Ultra Ladies Shoes Douglas Shoes an4 a11others at same cut rates fL Callearly and select what you want we will do the rest +4+44444++ Main Street Opp Court House A Freeman Bros LET US YOUiDSIC HARROW This is Our IISU+ ++ ++ 44 4 perlOrOnWheels IY ++ PLOWOLOGY Or the Science of Disc Mechanics r Vouhl shew tM plow prInciple to be tIIOUsIt44 of Jears oJ4but it M Ilotewoetlay ihe great advaneetnent hits been i v th wSSirye fUsf o WIta i left line of PloW GePlow Repairs sad Ylbrlafag lwpktnentas at LOW PRI- CEssDOUGLAS v A SIMMONS HARDirJJUS STOVES FAXMOIG IMPLEMENT mchlly T I re Is to 7 THE RICHMONDCLIMAX SUPPLEMENT the Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1901 Sheriffs Sale FOR TAXES 1900 OF Land Town Lots H H Sheriff of Madison Jocountyof the Court House door in Richmond Kentucky on- MONDAY APRIL 1st 1901 Mothefollowing property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the yea 1901PiWHITE LISTPS RICHMOND NO 1 SBaxter 200 5 0 Baxter Robt A 20 acres land 110 ReBarkleyBolton Mrs Mary 1 lot 600 v4OOBushCornelison J Reed 2 lota 600 SeAssignee QDalsDnnban benault Sone 1 lot OO TlFfazeeVGentryGarrison Bettiu er1 lot 301I WHRHHacker T T hrs lot 100 HciRB H B agt Fred Mnlflnger 1 lot- Jacobs lW Chas 1 lot 100- 1Johnson Mike nr lot 500 Malory Springs Co 140 acres SO- ORymel John W lot 500 Sehimdt Eliza hrs 1 lot 1500 Smith Wm H Jr lot 1800 White Chas W 1 lot 600 StFOXTOWN Dozier Mrs Susan 5 acres 200 Dozier Wui Jr 31 acres 120- 0Gutss John S 40 acres 200 BJerdonBJones40KinglWeddleUNION so 3 Afibill Mrs Judie 4 acres 30 CNolandI 30 acres 150 FShearerELLISTON xo 4 Adams Allie W 5 acres 200 Adams Thos Clabe nr 113 acres 300 JBryantKBarnesCain Henry acre 50 bOGentry lWHandJames Miss Annie 1 acre 50 Johnson Lewis 47 acres 00King10MaupiuMcLaughlin Andy JO acrea 210 410NolandPearson Scudder 55 acres 100 Port ood John P 25 acres Prather Mary Eliot Short John 60 acres 510 Shlffiet Elliott 7 acres SO Sams John nr acres 410 Taylor Wm W minor 1 lot 00- Todd Mat 1 acre 60 Trlbble Sam H 100 acres 410 GATES No5 Adams A J 40 acresIAlcorn John E 12 acres Barrett Robt 10 acres Ballard Mrs J P 51 acres 1820 Black Jas E nr 170 acres 540 Clelland W 14 acres l 370 Oor Mrs Elizabeth 44 Cornelison Robt 6 acresg HoEstillFarlev Henry 20 acres Gentry Dave nr 40 acres 110 Graves Edgar 1 acre W Holland Mat 85 acres 260 Hurley W H 82 acres 610 Ingrain Hardin 1 lot 200 310JJones Elizabeth 20 acres Johnson John lVnr 157 acres 660 Kindred Serina hrs 44 acres 610 Kidwell Mrs Mary J 40 acres 130 Lakes Sanford acres 310 Lakes J M 75 acres 310 Lamb Sylvester 20 acres 110 Lamb Henry 8 acres Lamb Pleasant ur 150 acres 260 Lucas acre 510 Mize Phoebe 130 acres 410 Maupin Julian 145 acres 810 Moore Henry Q 20 acres 310 Reeves Lillian 5 acres Riddle Bra Lou 60 acres 310 Riddle Leonard 2 acres 110 Rice John T 70 acres 710 Rogers Bettie 50 acres Rogers Chas 100 acres Todd Seth 15 acres 130 Vaughn Mary 7 acres 60 Walden Sarah 50 acres 160 Wesley Mark acres 410 Wilson Fred 40 acres 150 Woodard Lewis 6 acres 40 GLADE so 6 Asberry Elizabeth 4 acres 60 Alcorn Dan 10 acres 210 Ballard Nannie 1 lot 50 810rBurnellBallard GsfrJL 10 acres 210 Btiet E ijah 1G scree 401 Bnrnam Mrs Mary 13 acres 160 Burnam Tom 30 acres 160 Bnrnell Slim 50 acres 260 Bennett Mary 20 acres 3 Combs Talton n r 2 lots 4 Collins John 10 acres Covlfi Thos 6 acres 610 Collins Elam 15 acres 30 Chasteen Jno 1 lot Det ring Jas 40 acres 210 Durham Jas W 40 acres 110 Ea PhsleyGibson Mrs acres Gabbard Mary A 2 acres 20 Gailaway Frank B 54 acresi t0 Hunter Heirs 17 acres Hays Philip 50 acres Isaacs 0 Thos 1 acre 20 Johnson Schuyler 16 acres 210 Johnson Beyerley S 7 acres ISO hnson Malcolm 10 acres 00 G W 22 acres no Kindred Reuben 1 acre 810 Lewis Will D acres 2 Martin Mrs Susan J 27 acres 8 0 Maiden John 20 acres Manpin F C1 lot 200 berly Allen nr lot 00 ore Lou S Mary 52 acres Merrettx 0 Andrew J 30 acres 90 Sirrks 75 acres gg Samuel 265 acres 614 Powell Wm 40 acres 8l1 eston D A 1 acre 211 10P8tOflJ Pr LestonBangs 1 lot 25 RawliiiP Cash D11 lot 400 Ramsey H B l lot 350 Ramsey Alex nr 1 lot 200 Ramsey Albert 1 lot 100 Clifton 19 acres 41 0 Wm M 21 acres 3SO Rogers Charley A 100 acres 21 0 Rogers Felix J 50 acres 11 0 Scott John 4 acres 130 Skinner Daniel 116 ttle 0 Geo W 1 lot j ockley Wra 1 lot 40 Shockley Geo nr1 lot b0 Shockley Thos 1 lot 150 Taylor Lucy 5 acres 11 0 hacker Geo 2 acres 0 urpiti Robt 40 acres 11 0 Winkle Bas B9 acres 11 0 alker Thos H 1 lot- VnrnicpJnoA30aeres 80 10 eaver Abe H 10 acres 70 KIRKLVILLE NO 7 Burton Fred 1 lot 800 Gordon Lam 1 acres Morton Nancy heirs 30 acres 310 Layton Jas 1 acre 110 Martin Mrs Lucy 208 jjR- oss Sam P 288 acres 113 10 Smith Milton 7 acres I 10 Smith R L 25 acres l010 Smith Dr Ed B nr 35 acres iO iiith David J nr 73 Vhitlock 10 Richard V 2 acres 250 MILLION No8 Broad lus Mrs Jennie nr 15 acres lGO rnezar Thos nr 10 acres I 10 erryman Sam T SO acres 910 urton Woods hrs 20 acres 210 urton Elizabeth 5 ocres lilt Brock Allen 1 lot- Bratcher0eo 100 W 52 acres 810 rews John 1 lot 4 Cotton Elizr49 acres b 10 Clark Elizabeth 5 acres 90 C oats J acre 60 obb Dock nr 1 lot 210 enny Joseph 4 acres Foster Robt 1 acre 20 ain Sallie hrs nr14 acres l 60 ain Brack 1 acre 60 Gulley Aligns hrs 22 acre I 60 Harvey Norris 16 acres Holliday Jno hrs 71 acres Hager Lucian hrs 22 acres ICO P PIlot 100 ell Towusend M 2 acres 20 ldwehl Sallie A 1 acre Nancy 8 acres Kelly Rebecca 3 acres 110 Land Mrs Salle 35 acres 110 Lowory Win Sr acre Lowery William Jr 3 acres Long Samuel Jr 14 acres 416 Laikes Wm 1 acre 60 Million Mary A Sr 35 acres 410 PTnrllot 250 Hoarse P B 1 lot 2CO Moores Clarkev 30 abres 260 Newby Talton E 90 acres 250 Newby Townsend MIlot 100 Perkins Drucilla hrs 1 acre 60 Rainey Allen 1 lot 80 Senfro Robert 15 acres 11 acresGirl 100 I10 Tavlor Hiram 14 acres 210 Jno W 4 acres 70 Tudor Wm F guardian Kelly hrs 1 acre 90 Turner Mrs Bettie 1 acre 20 Turner Mrs Bettie sister 5 acres 90 Vanherpool A L 2 lots l00 Vincent Louisa 12 acres 110 lot1G0 250 250 Woods Jno 2 acres 20 Weiler Joseph nr 1 lot 80 Wade D Hnr1 lot W COLORED LIST 10RICHMOND NO 1 Arthur Mitchell 1 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 Bollew Geo admr Henry White 210GOBen la Charley 1 lot 400 Bibrgerstalf Jim l lot 150 Black James 1 lot 100 Blythe Wm 1 lot 200 Breck Burgolne 1 lot Burnam John C 1 lot Burgin Martha bra 1 lot 350 Burton Steve 1 lot 100 Broaddus John 1 lot 100 Campbell ElderWand M Embryl lot 100 Campbell Matt 1 lot 150 Cockran Sarah hrs 1 lot 1 110 Covington Sarah 1 lot 300 250CrutcherDuncan Ann lot 400 1007COEstill Robert nr lint 150 Estill Mary 1 lot 700 Fife Sarah 1 lot 200 Fisher Easter I lot 50 Francis William 1 lot 80 Harris Ben 1 lot 300 Harris Wm 110tf0Hill Nathan 1 lot 150 Hockaday Sophia 2 lots 200 Irvine Marlah 1 lot 200 Irvine Joe I lot 200 Jarman Robt 1 lot 350 Johnson Richard 1 lot 240 Lensey J F n r 1 lot 250 Matthews Nannie lot 100 Martin Irvine 4 acres 150 llot200 350 Mitchell Mary 1 lot 400 Ma am150rgatiiMoss Mlhie hrs 1 lot 300 Munday Wni 1 lot 140 No land Allen 1 lot 150 Noland Celia 1 lot 300 Ow 250ensParks Georgia Ann 1 lot 300 Parks Shelt 1 lot 80 Pa200rksDudleyelps Jennie 2 lots odeeJPflrllOt 200 Rice Geo a Sallie Jarman 1 lot 600 Rhodes Lavenia hrs 1 lot 650 RhodesJamesllot 180 Schooler Bevery 1 lot 200 Strond John 1 lot 100 Smith Scott 1 lot 300 Sm GOallwoodSt 200oueIrene JiTrIbble Harry hrs 1 lot 300 Tribble Mary hrs 1 lotl00 Turner Dan 1 lot Turner Dan hrs 1 lot 400 Turner Jerry admr Mat Campbell txiWalker Robt 1 lot 300 Walker Tom hrs Hot 200 Walker Wallace 1 lot 200 Walker Nancy 1 lot 200 Walker Elise Hot 100 West Sarah 1 lot 120 Wells Joe 1 lot 150 White Harris 1 lot 300 White Jas Sr 1 lot 80 White Hose Jr 1 lot 100 White Wml lot WO White Dave lot 200 Winfleld Millie Hot 2oO Wintteld Dow 1 lot 400 WilliamsJLuke 1 lot 500 Williamsfcallie 1 lot 400 Willis Lizzie 1 lot 50 Willis Edneyl lot 200 Woods Mary 4 acres 210 Yates Maggie Hot 200 FOXTOWK NO 2 Bentley Mary 8 acres S ICO Burgin Strother 7 acres HO Carr Henry hrs 7 acres 150 Uienault Sam 2 acres 30 Harris Smith 15 acres 1 Jill Cash 26 acres b Jones Perry 20 acres 260 Jones Dave bro and sister 20 acres 210 DieKenneJLangfonlAmos4acresII 0 0 acres Million Celia 15 am s 430 Million Mark 2 acres HO Smith Scott 2 acres Smith Ed 2 acres M Smith John 6 acres 190 stevenp Richs hrs 1 acre Thompson Andv tins 12 acres 260 Whitf Robt 4 acres HO bite Andy 5 acres HO White Harry 4 acres 1 10 uNioN No3 Chenault Harrett 3 acres Chenault John 5 acres Evans Sallie 10 acies 130 Hunter Gallic 1 acre 90 Murry Alice 1 acre HO Miller Boon 1 acre HO Martin Wm 14 acres 160 Miller Woods n r 28 acres 510 Robinson Mary 25 acres 160 Shearer Marandal acre 110 Shearer Jack 7 acres 200 ELLISTON No4 Bullew Jamimia 1 acre 60 Blanton Aaron 50 acres 810 Bates Bettie hrs 3 acres 30 CoWOBallew Frank 15 acres 90 Bates Stete 23 acres 210 Burton Thos 1 acre 10 110Bates Berrv 18 acres 210 Wm acre 40 Covington Howard2 acres 60 Covin lon Ed 4 acres 110 1606PEstill Davis Caroline 3 acres Ho Ellic Daniel 24acres Embry Charley 2 acres Estill Dollie acre Field Ben acre- GflbertNanniol acre iJo Harris Martha 44 acres 311 narts Fannie 2 acres 60 Hurls Emily 47 acres 310 Jackson Hannah 2 acres jj0 KavanaiiRh Joe hrs 3 acres Mayo Leando 2 acres Oldham Viney hrs 8 acres oidham Harrett acres Robinson Ephram 10 acres l6o Rogston Woodson 3 acres U Simpson Mariah 1 acre Warner Allis 4 acres YATES NO 5 Ballow Pollie 11 acresgBellew Frank 7 Broaddus Jennie hrs 1 acre- S co Chadwell C C 75 acrea Chenault Roy 5 acres iGO Davis Clifton 2 acres Dnnson Lucy 30 acres 110 Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres Francis Emily 5 acres Gibbs Jarmau 5 acres oa Jackson John 1 acre Kavanaugh Arch 4 acres 60 Kavanaugh Jerry 3 acres m Dloss Minter 2 acres w Manpin Charley 1 acre uU Oldham Albert 24 acres Parks John 2 acres Simpson Ike 3 acres Tribbe Kittle 6 acres no Tribble John Henry 30 acres 160 Walker Bettie 8 acres 110 Yates Taylor 11 acres 110 44GLADE so 6 Adams Henry 1 acre Blythe Sidney 1 acre 210 Bogie Lucinda 20 acres 210 Ballard Howard 1 lot 100 Burnam Alex Jr 2 acres 110 Bronangh Caleb 9 acres no Bowman Cynthia 3 acres 60 Burnam James 6 acres 310 Bennett Wm nr 8 acres loo Crtgler Dave C 1 acre 90 Clark Mrs Mollie 1 acre Denny Amanda 2 acres 60 Diggs Bettie 13 acres 160 Diego Sidney 8 acres Dnnson George 1 acre Dunson Wm 15 acres 210 Duett Thos acres 11o Embrv Alcy 1 lot 100 Francis Sam 3 acres 160 Farris Edna 1 lot 60 Farris Millie 5 acres ico Franklin Charley 1acre 30 Gentry George 1 acre Xgo Gentry Joe 21 acres 210 Harris Wm hrs 1 acre 180 Herd Wm 6 acres 110 JenkInsiEd acres 1280 Logan Elijah 1 lot I 350 Miller A agt Mary Miller bra 1 lot 200 Martin Easter 6 acres 360 Martin Ben 4 acres 210 Martin Sarah 4 acres 260 Ma 2GrtinMiller Moses 8 acres I i IGO Morgan Tobitha 1 lot 200 Martin Shad 4 acres 210 Patton Frank 2 acres 110 Peyton Frank 1 acre 80 Parks JohuF4 acres 90 JS2RhodesStapp Archie 1 lot 350 Malinda 1 lot 450 Simpson Anderson 1 aero 70 30VaughnTribble Troy 4 acres 00 alker John L Hot 100 Walker Spencer 1 acre 90 Walker John 1 acre White Allen 2 acres 110 White Willis 12 acres 160 Willmore Geo 3 acres 200 Walker Peter 9 acres 100 0KIEKVILLE NO 7 Brooks Jack 1 acre 60 Bogie Alex 2 acres 70 Bennett Robt 2 acres 110 r Campbell Edna 2 acres 110 Dennie Ben 1 lot 20 Duelson Harry 18 acres 470 Fish ulna n r 2 acrts 210 Haynes Geo and Caroline 75 acres 1 920 Harris Wm lire 6 acres 410 Martin Dabney 4 acres 210 Million Irvine 1 acre 110 Prewitt John 28 acres 5100 Royston Robt H lot 300 Shearer Dan 1 lot 200 Shearer Crave 1 lot 100 Smith Belle 1 acre 310 Turner Mat 1 lot 300 Turner Chas hrs 4 acres Turner Sam 6 acres 210 Tye Irvine 2 acres HO MILLION NO 8 BroadduswMaranda 5 acres 40 Green Haden 20 acres 210 H H COLYER 106mnr9w Sheriff NEW MUSIC FOR MARCH It is interesting to note that H W Petrie the celebrated composer of Asleep in the Deep has writen a splendid new bass song entitled Davy Jones Locker It is a de cided hit One of May Irvins greatest successes is entitled Everything is Lovely and the Goose Hangs High It is by a New York newspaper man George Waugh Arnold of the Worldand it is an exceedingly original and clever song Williams and Walker the popular coon comedians au thors of Why Dont You Get a Ladyof YourOwnand Hes Up Against the Real Thing Now have a new song which is a big hit It is called The Fortune Telling Man A novelty in a popular song isid Rogers Everybody Has a Whistle Like Me in acosong has a catchy melody which is easily remembered Phoebe Thompsons Cake walk is the name ofa new in isiiohas a vimandgo to it which uptodatello tions are issued this month by Jos W Stern Co The House of Hits who will be pleased to send their catalogue upon request to their StreetcoPoor Sampson Dont he and Hobson beat the band for penJoNine officers out of ten agree with Sampsons letter butthe other eight of them had sense enough not to put themselves on record Contrary to general expec tations the House seems to have won over the Senate in the adoption of the terms of the War Revenue bill The bank tax will go on and part The7fttobacco trust wins out hpw ever Why doesnt Denmark communicate with J PierponfT Morgan if it finds difficulty incoming to terms 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