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II H Q T fJ F ct == l 7ti i= Tr c 1 j r X THE RICHMOND CLIMAxjc if if i J1- li p VOLUME 27RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1901 NUMBER 43 PROFESSIONAL OAROS Atr03NEYS R i ROBERTS ATTORNEYATtAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY raomwoTerCllmar Office with Jas B Mc Cresry Second RW MILLER JTrORNEYATLAW RICHMOND JCBHTCCXT Office In the Bnrnam BulldW next door to ariners National Bank febSly JA SULLrrJ ATIOHSKYATLAIT RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Mnin Street jODMORENAULI ATTORNEYSATLA KENTUCKYRICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen tults grocery ii LETCHER AttorneyatLaWi KENTUCKY RKHMOSD Office with T J Smith Jr over Covington Mitchells TALBOT JACE301T j ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1Offlce In Prather Building Main street PSTSIOlMTS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in htoe Ccdiin huUdinc zS and o Sec cod Street orer tfnue iolddrusstore 27 elIAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUtgc Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty tiIOlIIce at table on corner Pint and Water Streets Richmond Ky pr7ly IL C JASPSR M D Medicine and Surgery Office Frather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS MDGW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STOGERT DT 1atttt t cosoi DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE Kr- caOSce next door to Government Ruildlng BlchmSnd Xt Office hoursII to 121 to 4 norlTly Dr Louis II Landmafl No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAR 13 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich Bond Ky maylly Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordepn and tKnife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septwtf Our Goods AND Our prices Compel 3OUJito tirade with us when ybugive us a trial fls itoat 1 b i i 1111- m m DJIJ nj UII The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la 41test goqds and when you 3fcbliy you know you have the latest uptodate Voods Is that what you Tsmttf If so trade with j JliII AND ISOO tclLL A t+ JONES iIERSHIN- j p wl Is TOWI eftHd tJDof drthkt tht be bun nUJieity rediaJJhv ate and aceomnao TtIgerks rw t1I J I TriaLOft 1ione3RICffliOYDi KY I rre i JEWELRY LJrO The largest stock in central Kentuck wilt be found at BOGAERTSStore For repairing SplitSecond and + Swiss Watches also s t Diamond Setting and fine byVtfI MEDALSCLASSing done by a fine Engraver Have you Seen ofBryantimes My Motto AriDPAm Victor Bogaert 67 E XY13feblr THE BEST- PAPER Published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalT- he equal of many dallies and the superior of IuedWednesdayand you get it for only 100 A YEAR NewsMattersA liberal commission to Agents Sample askforCOURIERJOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE RICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 This It for cash subscriptions only AH subscription under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office c ATTETO PLEA E 1 + + + + + ++ +++ + ++ + + + + iTo Our Pretty f PAPER attentiontto the fad that as this the beginnlog of a ne ear as well as the 20th Century that we are en deavoring to keep up with progress lot this year by enlarging our ItiA1L PAPER DECORATITE GOODS So this season we will be able to show and furnish you any and all of the choicest and prettiest designs As we uave bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can furnish you Wall Papers ranging In prices from the cheapest to Quest and most elbaorate de signs and feel confident we can sty your wants In this line We will furnish Wall Moulding tot match any shade oS Wall Paper you mAY select and will cheerfully fur utah estimates on work in this line Free of Charge tWe resrpectfnllylnvlte you to call at our Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wall paper and get our prices before buying as we can save you and we will take pleas ure In waiting upon you and your wants Our prices are the lowest Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully t PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co- W JI LEEDS Painter and Decorator ITJantf PHONE 73 C +SOUTHERN RfULWflY IN KENTUCKY Csritusd StMsIt Is Effict Nil 20 ItSO BASTDOCirO NoL Kofi No 3 T IxmlsvUle 743am 400pm 143pm- Ar Sbelbyvtua9ioam BZJpm OCSpta Ar Larencebg95Oam 5f5pmI 9tfpm Ar Versailles laiCazn C47pm 1004pm Ar Lexington 1045am 71pm 1030pm WESTBOUND No1 NO 2 No 4 Lv Lexingtonm ZIfiam Ar Versailles 786am SCCpm 836am ZLarencebg aaoam fiSOpm Gtam Z Shelbyv1Ils IltCam G15pm 6Oam- r Loulnllle lotOam 7eOpm 7tOain EaSTBOUND WKSTBOnHn Ho 1S1N1LI STATIONS No I2No itiOOii Ullam Lv Loulsrtl Z Piii 0fOam Bjspm 1008am Lv LarnebrgAr 630pm 810am ArHarodsbcLY 40pm 7 amTjapmllO Z Burgin Lv 4Slpml 7lsm ZASTBOUHO WMTBOUID No t5 t No 57 TATIOHS No 18ltNo8B jjiii 7am Lv LOULITU ArlialOam Pi32pm MOom LV ShelbTUAr 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entertainments of the visiting commanderies Each Grand Commanderyrepresentingthegoverning in the representive States will open headquarters that is a room a suite of rooms or a building where the Tem plars and their friends will be welcomed and where such so cial functions as the host cares to give will take place More noteworthy however will be the entertainment provided by some of the subordinate commanderies Several of these in different sections of the country have a national reputation for the lavishness with which they dispense hos pitality while on a pilgrimage to one of the Triennials of the great order Notable among such commanderies is Pitts burg No 1 TheSir Knights of the commandery are famous as hosts from Boston to San Francisco They have rented Liederkranz Hall for Trien nial week and will use it exclusively as headquarters The Sir Knights themselves and the members of their par ty have secured accommodations at the Louisville Hotel An officer of the commandery is responsible for the state ment that the sum of 15000 has been set aside out of the commandery treasury for the sole purposeof entertaining while in Louisville Hardly inferior are the ef forts at hospitality of the San Francisco Sir Knights California CommanderyNo will keep open house in Pacific coast style in the Gait House basement This commandery has rooms for 208 persons in the same hotel Golden Gate Commandery No 16 which has quarters for 206 persons at the Gait House Will open headquarters in the billiard room California wines and fruits the latterbrought at the rate of a car load a day are noteworthy incidents to the hospitality dispened by the WesternersAnother liberal entertainer- is the Colorado delegation The Denver Drill Corps is en tered in the competitive drill and this fact attracts more than usual attention to the party from the Centennial State Henselmann Commandery of Cincinnati has a corps en tered in the competitive drill contest and the Queen City Knights avow their intention of showing how people are made at home by the Buck eyes abroad The comman dery has headquarters for 200 at the FifthAvenue Hoteland on the days of the parade and of the drill expects to have its hands full with the thousand or more Ohioans who will run down to Louisville to watch their representatives in these important events Headquar ters will be maintained at the hotel occupied by the corn mandery Washington No 1 of the national capital will give a taste Qf the style of the elite Eastat the headquarters it will establish at 311 West Walnut street Tancred Corn mandery of Pittsburg is an other that spends money on anything but the installment plan Another very large com mandery has closed a contract for accommodations for con clave week Everts Com mandery of Sock Island Ill will send a delegation of 300 persons on the pilgrimage There will be 175 swords and 125 ladies in the party Messrs Harry H Cleaveland Henry Carse and John Cru baugha committee represent ing the commaudery have re turned home after closing a contract for quarters at the St Cloud Hotel The entire hotel will be occupied by the Rock Island Knights and other quarters will probably have to be secured to accom Bkxlate the entire delegation Before the Society ofAmer loan Artists establish that Sakn it might be well to communicate with Mi Na tionaad tee u it v it AN EPISODE IN THE LIFE OF PAUL JONES Youths Companion The Duchess of Chartrcs was an enthusiast in thecause of American liberty and a warm friend of its great naval champion Paul Jones who she nicknamed the Untitled Knight of the Sea The Duchess was a royal princess and a very great lady and Capt Jones was a sailor self educatedand the son of a Scotch gardener but in the exchange of gifts and compli ments which according the customs of the day in France attended then friendship he was not to be outshone At a luncheon which she gave just before he sailed from France in the Ranger on that famous cruise of his which carried the war to the very shore of Britain it was the good fortune of Paul Jones to share in a conversation touch ing a French naval engage ment in which the grandfather of the Duchess had borne a conspicuous part and to de fend and explain his maneu vers on that occasionshow ing a knowledge of every ship and every Captain engaged and winning on the spot the ardent personal adherence of Mme De Chartes At tne close of the feast she presented to him a valuable watch which had been her grandfathers Taken by sur prise the American Captain nevertheless accepted it with a grace that charmed the courtly company promising that in return if fortune favored him he would some day lay an English frigate at her feet It was a daring boast but in A C Buells recent biogra phy of Paul JQnes itis related how he kept it Within two years occurred the marvelous victory of the Bon Homme Richard over the Serapis concerning which the victor wrote the Duchess a letter ending The enemy sur rendered at 35 minuses past 10 p m by your watch which I consult only to fix the moment of vitory That was a phrase to de light a society that reveled in pretty phrases and theDuch1- esswasamplysatisfied When Paul Jones reached Paris she gave a grand banquet in his honor Just before it ended he reminded her of her gift and his promise A servant Was sent to his room and returned with a long leather case which the Duchess took amid the exclamations and eager curiosity of the com panyYour Royal Highness per ceives the impossibility of keeping my promise in kind exclaimed the Knight of the Sea smiling The English frigate proved to be a forty lour on two decks and she is now at Lorient with French colors flying The best I can do toward keeping my word of two years ago is to place in your dainty hands the sword of the brave officer who commanded her I have the honor to surrender to the loveliest of women to sword surrendered to me Qyone of the bravest of menthe sword of Capt the Hon Richard Pearson of his Britannic Majestys late ship the Sera phis Prof Ivison ot Lonacomingf fad suffered terribly from neuralgia of the stomach and indigestion for thirteen years and after the doctors failedto cure him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure fend after taking a few bottles of it he says It has cured me entirely I cant say too much for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Perry Thomas Eddie intends to kill the Nicarauguan canal treaty by- indirectjonwe suppose there is no doubt of this Now lets see what new scheme Secre tary Hay will devise to barter away this countrys independence of action Counterfeits of De Witts Witch Hazel poIsonlughas the name DeWitts upon the box and wrapper It is a harmless and healing salve fo 1IK1n diseases Un equalled for piles Perry Thomas Harrison of Chicago was weather wise last fall declining to run for VicePresident This spring however he takes the nomination for Mayor With equanimity and if he pun it off m f tjuok eon ditions morO favorable id 1904 J Getting Thinis all right ifyou are too fat and allwrong if too thin already Fat enough foryour habit is healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver OilThere are manycausesof get ting too thin they allcome under these two heads overwork andunderdigestion Stop overwork if you can but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strong without some sort of activity Gthistake no other If have not tried it send for free sample its a greeable taste will surprise you sChemists409 Pearl Street New York 50c andI00j all druggists PAINT LICK Concluding to write up this neighboring town I mounted Old Trusty one beautiful morning and soon was mean dering westward on the Richmond and Lancaster pike to ward the Occident or the set ting sun After a few minutes cycling I arrived in this beautiful little town in good order with right side up with careThis place is situated on bothsides ofP int Lick creek and also on the pike about 12 miles from Richmond the hub Enroute to the place the road runs through some good coun try and a mile this side of the town on a high plateau the scenery is simplyI charming Toward the East South and West a spur of the Cumberland Mountains looms up to view whose contours are plainly descernableand whose sides are covered with a dense growth of trees which adds much to the appearance of the region whichappears grand and majestic in the near distance like some tall senti nels keeping watch over the surrounding view and lending enchantment to the scine From this elevation the road gradually declines and enters the town on the north and Madison side The town is built in a valley or lowland and has about three hundred inhabitants and is considered an excellent busi ness place as good perhaps as any in Kentucky consider ing its size It has an excellent grist mill owned and operated by Burnam Co successors to Rucker Co His son Willian is miller Mr Lankersly engineer and one of our former well known citizens J V Logan son of Prof Logan of C U is manager He likes the town and its people and is delighted with his position Said the town is composed of representative citizens or people of the State that are all active and busi ness like and that there are no sinecures among them The business men are ener getic and enterprising and know a good thing when they see it The merchants are Figh Co Estridge Co Moore Champ and Jennings Co It has a goodhotel two carriage repair shops operated by Griggs and Ely blacksmith shop run by Denny two livery stables in care of Rice and Engleman a milli nery store owned by Mrs Elyhas a telephone tele graph railroad depot post office meat shop express of fice broom factory harness shop shQeshop school house Metbodiii B ptist and Presbyterian efeyrches two c- torsCaeubrgazid Poyutz the latter being Iiw of our prom in at Dr Poyutz of this city a QJJ l It is reported that Dr Poyntz is a hummer and is building up a large practice there Mr Logan affirmed that the fair maidens are as beau tiful and fascinating as any in the universe The belles of the town are Misses Park Misses Learand the Misses Francis Some of the far mers are John Parks who has an elegantbrick residence and is reputed to beone of the richest men in Garrard Mr Gillespie Ed Ballard Mr Francis Williams Anderson Thompson Burnam and Mr William Teviswho represented the county in the General Assembfy when Proctor Knott was Governor From Richmond to this place along the pike on elevat ed places the scenery is loyely and beautiful indeed The Cumberland mountains are a back ground in the extensive panoramic view For miles around can be seen the many country seats or homesteads which adds intensity to the general landscape Thecharm ing views would be profitable and suitable places for an adept artist to display his skill and genius The central division of the Louisville Nashville runs through the center of the town giving it a great advantage as a ship ping point for that section of countryPaint flow on little stream In thy meandering course Down tothe Old Kentucky And help to swell its tides Flow on rush on Old Kentucky With thy rushing foaming waters And contribute to the Great Ohio In its onward maddening rush To the Mississippi father of waters Flow on rush on broad Mississippi With thy deep turbulent waters Down through the sunny Southland Where the orange blossoms bloom Through the white cotton plantations King of the sunny Southern clime And merge and lave thy waters In the briny deep of the Mexlc Gulf EDWIM BROWN Their promptness anti their pluasant EarlyRisersthey are known They are simply per feet for liver and bowel troubles ler ry Thomas John Hay has triumphed The Nicaraguan Canal bill and the amended treaty have lapsed together and further negotiation will be under taken in the comingnine months of recess by which another section of A laska will be tradedto Great Britain in return fpr her consent that we should spend 200000000 on the canal The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives imme consumptiouPerry SHE MARRIED A MAL TESE CAT A dispatch to the Cincin nati Enquirer from Milwau kee says Edith Wagner of Waukesha has been married by a ru ral Justice of the Peace near Binghamton N Y to her Maltese cat Her family has just been advised ofthe extra ordinary wedding Miss Wag ner is a believer in the trans migration of souls Some years ago she was engaged to be married to a young man named Edward Hamblin but before the wedding day arrived he died of typhoid fever On his deathbed Hamblin told his sweetheart tqat he knew he was going to die but that he would always be near her Not long after his death a fine Maltese cat appeared at her home and remained there and Miss Wagner was con vinced that the soul of her dead lover dwelt in this feline Some time ago she went to New York and while at Bing hampton decided to marry her pet She took out a license in due form giving a name that served for the cat but when she tried to arrange for the performance of the cere mony difficulties were en countered Several ministers positively refused to officiate and she finally went into the bounty where she succeeded in finding some Justice of the Peace who performed some sort of a marriage rite Miss Wagners friends are trying to persuade her to return home McKinley starts fairly well on his second But so did Cleveland Who that remem hers the anticipated yearii of clover can forget JJOT gted i lfa8 toget bsled hayfoe they were 6wr So perhaps may ii IMS with McKinJey r CLOTHING kyyyY Y 7I 7I7F 7I I ISSi7i7 7 i7 z z ffi tGREAT CLOSING OUT SALJ W We are compelled to remove in 30 days in order to build and to avoid removing our stock we have r CUT THE PRICES ALL TO PIECES iR i i71= y We have the largest stock of New Suits Overcoats and Underwear for + Men and Boyts ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what you want at your own PRICE 1j to S at The Oldest in + fit guaranteed during this sale AT 71 71 FFF 71 7FFffi N COMMANDANT AT POINT The appointment of Capt Charles G Treat ai Commandant of cadets and in structor of tactics at the Military Academy will give gener al satisfaction at the institu will succeed Lieut Col Otto L Hein whose four years of service will expire in June The new Commandant is a graduate of the Military Academy to which he was admitted from Wisconsin al though he was born in Maine He was graduated in 1882 and assigned as Second Lieuten ant in the Fifth Artillery He was advanced to the rank of First Lieutenant 1889 The SpanishFrench reap prochement is exciting good deal of specalation It is be lieved to be quite possible that the two countries may unite under a single republic thus enormously increasing the Latin power in Europe Now for the junkets to Por to Rico the Philippines and rely Lots or peoplehave Per haps their parents had thin 11haps have thin this does it necessary II i have thin thingyou may upon hair HairVIQOr makes the hair healthy and vigorous makes it grow thick ami long It cures dan druff also It always restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color of early life There is no longer need of your looking old be fore your time- 9100 a bottle AH rufifst Vlgot laaloPqoIlt has alway gives me MfiICt pattaactkm hi every way Jr AJCSrrKBL AIIII tSM HMMBMrfopertNY m lite het S will ttmf you a loek M rh4I r as4 lie Aped w IT 7e i not oMiln the kMuUM Meted from tM UM et tfc J fle ske Buck abct IL t UiJOATIt iAse A 5OvercoatsSuits and Overcoats Largest line of Underwear that go for ALMOST NOTHING Suits Everybody iSTOUFFERSiClothier Tailor COST4cffi7 WEST enIjoys elsewhereTHIN HAIROne foreestoringcolorto Call in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX VIGOR OEMEN MAGNETIC NER VINE JFSsIxutWasting JJticasea and all Waaineues retaltlnz tram early or taanisildraJionrscsipUlpricThe For sale by Stockton t Hagan Druggists decllly A BOON TO MANKIND C Jo DR TABLETS BUCKEYE I lq1P1fluirTI PILE Ell J CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tues BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS DruggistsIanlOly aIh- c Zothcn Mtalvctct co OF UEXIISQTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS paystogreaterbcInsurance Company 1 380000dr Anyone thLoCompany kI = SMITH BOSfiZTVm i SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY L MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PITTSBURG t CENTRAL STOCK YARDSil EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS J Yards have been enlarged and rearranged rr It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market l iBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Bultir2 s more Washington PhiladelphiaN W York and all Easter vv markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle arnii all other kinds of stocks 0 Coftftignments for Coramfesioii ilrms given prompt a4 ntioB i t GSiVRY or t t t YIii n I iiiiI i The RichnlondCIimax WEDNESDAY MCH 20 1901 DrII H Dr Ho f Dr Hob 9u Dr1IObS Dr Hobso Dr Hobson Dentist Get your Easter suits from Stunt the Tailor 20raar2t Square plauo for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf See those 18 and 20 suits made at home by Stont thaTa Ilpr 20mr2t T O cents will buy you 75 cents worth of underwear at StQuffers tf Stout the Tailor makes trousers at home from 1 50np 20mar2t Self closing nbrellas also sejf opening umbrellas at StonfTers 10df Stout the Tailor makes n specialty of 12 50 13 50 and 15 suits 2Omr2t Dont forget the Milk Maids Convention to be given In our city Saturday March 30 The CuMAXwill take your order for any kind of bookbinding Consult us before going elsewhere tfIStouffer wont be understood Cal and get prices on clothing and under wear 19dectf Fit thorough satisfaction and best workmanship tobe had guaranteed by Stout the Tailor 20mar2t Those desiring bookbinding of any description will profit by calling at this office and getting estimates Be sure to hear the reading of the stock market at the Milk Maids Con vention March 30 Call and see the elegant line of im ported suitings and trousers displayed by Stout the Tailor 2Omar2t Whitewash Brushes large stock 10 cents up at Will gings Cap Dickerson has refitted and remodeled his tonsorial parlors until tey are hard to beat and a credit to our town Mothers who havo boys to clothe should readCovington Banks ad In this issue They phow a fine line of b ys clothing at low prices Have your Pictures framed by WilIging He makes Win dow Shades all sizes at low prices Thirty beautiful girls will take part in a most artistic drill at the Milk- Maids Convention The ladies of the Christian Church wjl give a Merchants Carnival about the middle of April notice of exact date will bo given later This Carna vaT promises to be one of the most interesting entainments given here for many years Explanatory notices will ap far later on tUse WilIgings Paint mixed for use in white black and all colors The Best at any price It is reported that Breck Walker otirioua negro who lives in Cole 1jV1 three miles east of Berea was shot one night last week by a man of that section named Adams while in Mains chicken roost Walker was in custody here some weeks since but made bis escape from the chain gang Saturday March 30 is the date set apart for the Convention of the Inter State Milk Maids Association to beheld inour city Thirty delegates representing different branches will be here The citizens of Richmondcant show their hospitality more than by giving them a warm reception at the court house The small sum of 25 cents will be charged at the door Let everyone go nnd enjoy ninost pleasant evening of continual merriment Real Estate Dna The Lexington Herald says wIn iam Luxon and wifeVbave sold to WS Hnnley for 1000 onefourth interest in a house and lot on Short street ad joining the Baptist church Have Willging to do your papering and painting will avoidvexation delays poor workand materials Best workmanship and materials at lowest prices Attention The members of the local lodge of he Ancient Order of United Voik er are requested to be present at her meeting of March 2Dh There is justness of importance to bo transacted Plymoth Rock Eggs For Sale I have for sale for setting purposes Ore bred Barred Ply moth Pocks Eggs We ate per setting of 15 C D MILLER Uiaartf Richmond Ky High Priced Filly Bought Mr Overton H Chenault of Loxlng on bought last week from Sidney dford a yearling brown filly by Imp Ssher dam Lady and a chestnut rearling colt by Imp Esher dam JiiV icia for tne consideration 1700 Changes in the R mu Force The Pantograph li auVtibrity for the tatement that on April li Mr S B Jrown of London will succeed Mr J fchackelford as bookkeeper and a r Owen of Somerset will take the of Mr James Snrber who is now W J deputy Prtf rly Site rid Bennett of Lexington has r I from Mr E P Million of llbisdwellingoutbufldinJ8jshop lIC url t1km il1fon ia distillery fixtures and ja not possession until next you JUI Talie NtM wHntnlIton request us to an icO tat she has a renovator fot leaal lnof furs velvets chiffons which work l a charm ad aadgloes to arts w veneer ffcb hve alttalnfld or soiled i it will J W yo4ir Mlvkntage it H rM TfcW C1W 8Gari M ly w t= ea 1- 81pyt1eton1JdJM 1Ne terday In the lotbllplaee v of IePY- who Il W went ifWC i 8ytb- Mu1g the tednu frIovki 0 oj iId rniittii il lHH iOne Z thoiaand WANTED II I 20PCrtrWOiObUrpOUUr7RICRONDXY 1 II M 2Omarim in Mic Ra rill Buslims Mr SoB Hume has secured the fltIthediatihleryclveiv employment jv large number of hands who are producing a first h1hie11Mrtllleries besides his own Ntcholasvilla Wants the Electric Line The citizens of Nicholasville in a p blk meeting at their court house Fridavnight discussed the pros and cons of the proposed Interurban electric railway system According to reports a majority of thosepresent favor ed the advent of the new line Wonder if the merchants were there Ovllle News A dispatch from Danville says Five well known Boyle county men Messrs George Ike James Jack and Isaac Shelby have leased 15000 acres of land in the Osage Reservation Indian Territory and are disposing of their property In this place preparatory to taking charge of the lease They will leave aboutthe 1st of April and will engageextensively In stock raising Minstrel Show The Richmond Military Band assist eel by other home talent will give an uptodate ministrel performance at Aprfr1stbut an exhibition of highclass talent of the burnt cork variety I All the localartists of terpsicorian and vocal ability are to take part and it will be the event of the season You cant afford to miss it Remember the date April list Lexington Has a Dry Sunday For the first time in yearsLexlng tons saloons were closed last accordlngto an edict of the IIayorand neither love nor money could procur liquid refresh ment of the malt or vinous variety The town people provided for It and lay in a supply Saturday night but reports say it was hard on the drummers who spent Sunday in the city for so parched were their tongues they clave to the roof of their mouths the live long day New Wall Paper our line is complete from 3c on up all in stock composed of Varnish Tiles Ingrains plain and Em bosed Golds etc Florals andstripes in endless varieties All last seasons 8 10 and J2c paper including gilts go at 5c Geo M WilIging I And This in Old Kentucky A special to the Louisville Post says John Garrett a farmer and K C Adams a merchant met on a public road near Panola and engaged in a pitched battle with pistols The fight grew out of a fight between the mens dogs The men emptied their pistols at each other reloaded them and emptied them ngHin Strange to say none of the shots took effect Verily hath her glory departed from Kentucky Such marksmanship is reflation on the State aII We are after unloading clothing not money at titouflers 19dectf Taylor Bros Taylor Bros have an ad in this issue which they think should catch the yo of the farmer They are offering agri cultural implements etc at an ex ceedingly low figure and have a large and complete stuck of hardware of all kinds This old reliable firm is too well and favorably known to require further comment they have a name for fair and honest dealing second to none Dont forget them wlien you buy your spring outfit They Lave the stock and prices that suit CrtJLServico Positions to Let The civil service commission has an nounced that it will conduct examinations forpositions In the service in tim Philippines Appointments are to be made to the following positions Department assistant translator of Span Ish stenographertypewriter and junior translator of Spanish stenographer typewriter and translator of Spanish In Kentucky the examination will beheld at Danville April twentysix Louisville March 23 Lexington April 24 Anyone desiring a nice fat job should get in the push An Unfortunate Acclden A very unfortunate accident occurred Jilomlay at Caldwoll High School when Ifenry Pittuian a bright pupilabout nineteen years of BBC broke his leg in practicing the running high jump in which event he was to represent the High School in the hum Grass Tournament which meets in Lancaster in May Both bones were broken just above the ankle nnd while an exceedingly painful it ianpt a serious fracture We deeply tleplpre the accident and trust the yonnjt man will regain the use of his limb asspeeUiynp6ssib1eq- uaI1E isloral Special rlv ledges lo NOBB v The clUzen80JRicbmond are Earnest ly requested to conic and listen to some free addresses upon the duty of protect lug women equally with men in tho right of BUfferage to be made by Mrs Wood and Miss Laura Cfaat the court house on Saturday March 23 at 730 p in Mrs Wood is a public speaker sent by the National American Women Siif ferage Association and Miss Laura Clay is a citizen of Lexington and the President of rho Equal Rights Association of Kentucky SAKAH CLAY BENNETT reftldent of the Richmond Club tUR JACK WM L TODD Wilimaka the reason of 1001 at the B J Cray Clienanlt farm one mile from Richmond oa Lexington pike at six 5G to insure a Hvingcolt Money duo ia ese mare is parted with Ww L Todd is 8 years oldloj hands hi hby Wm L Todds Jack which void for 11000 ati 2 yearoldand lie by Mr adake one of the best over la the cMtr D mbyiIiirdLybnfl Thi- sjeklgasrewlct 1 edr YJlITxkSOf 1UcrmondJy r yPe offer for sale isgraa Kp 1 TJty a 0t hblOd po iAL Mtf ira and Yeral mlcb- l wI W rbe w- ellWh z DDr fLOWERS d jll1ND j rLD A 1 D it tJorders forflotrett ihonldtbo enJ trusted only to ieil blej8orlats of known Taste and Ability o l fstandlugIs 5 fBELL The Florist itLEXINGTON KYJIf HENRY L PERRY Agt JI Bells Flowers go Everywlierc Mr Joseph Jefferson Mr Joseph Jefferson cOmes to the Lexington Opera House Monday April 15 for two performances matinee and night lie will present at the matinee Rip Van Winkle and at night The RivalsA 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 ofs eats will OperaHouseto f213mar tf Deal In Coal Territory Mr James K Worrell made a large deal last weeK when he transferred to Mr S M Robinson of South Bend Ind several thousand acres of coal lands on Crooked Creek In Roc tcasUe county We understand it brought a good price Notice Notices hereby givcntliat I will on Tuesday the 2nd day of April 1901 apply to the Kentucky Board of Prison Commissioners at Frankfort to parole John Williams colored who is now under confinement in the State Penitentiary on the charge of horse steal ing convicted in the Madison Circuit Court at its April term 1899 JOHN G EDWARDS This March 19 1901 t Covlnglon Banks Messrs Covington Banks the en terprising clothiers desire us to an nounce that they are making special ty of boys spring clothinfe They are offering a tine new line al prices that mothers cannot afford to overlook These suits and knee pants for the little fellows are tho real thing They have also reduced their prices on the Celebrated Black Cat Stockings fOr boys and girls selling one pair for 20c and three pair for roc This is the strongest and best stocking made and is usually sold at a much higher figure This popular firm will likewise liaveon display in a few days a large and sup rb line of Ladies Trunks which the public is coroially invited to call and examine The Wholesale Grocery a Go Lat week we mentioned theproba ble locating of a wholesale grocery here and this week we are glali to con firm the news Messrs W C Kellogg and P B Withenbury the parties in terested have leased of McCreary and Tevjs the large and commodious building on Irvine Street at prerent occu pled by the Richmond Steam Laundry Co They will take possession the first of April The home grocers and our entire business community are glad indeed to welcome these enterprising gentlemen to our city and we assure them of our entire support and hearty cooperation The movement will be of immense benefit to our town and a great addition tQ the business interests Richmond Mr Kellogg has rented the Willis property on High Street anti will move his family thereto at once Sad Affair The sad news reached his wife in this city last Thursday that on the night preceeding Jerry Drew a tailor recently in the employ of H S Stout had been run over and killed by the LouisyilIe and Nashville ex press between Glendale and Elizabeth town The particulars of the unfortu nate accident will never be known The body of Mr Drew was horribly mangled his head being completely severed from his body and found at a distance of fifty feet from it It was coffined and shipped to this place Thursday night and was interred Fri day The deceased was thirtyfive yeara of age and an honest industrious man He leaves a wife who was Miss Garrison from the Kirksville vicinity Mrs Drew may probably bring suit against the railroad fnr damages It appears that she has a very strongcase Walton For Railroad Commissioner Mr William P Walton of Stanford formerly editor of The Morning Demo crust and one of the leading Democrats of the State is a candidate for railroad commissioner from this district Ho is a candidate to succeed Charles C Mc Chord of Washington county the present incumberti who it is understood will be a candidate for Governor at the next election Mr Walton is one of the best Democrats in Kentucky and his loyalty to his party has won for him the admiration of all men For years hefoughl tho battles of Democracy In Stanford Interior Journal and later on he directed tho footsteps oTlieMorn ing Democrat in the right path He is a successful editor publisher and bosiness man land is particularly well fittedfor the position which his friends have urged him to stand for William P Walton is all energy In his every task and bo will make a vigoronscam paten His nomination and election would be a matter qf congratulation fpr the districtLexington Democrat c Danville Elks Dr George H Green received a tele gram yesterday from George T Wilson of Bowling Grefin District Deputy of the order of Elks announcing that the committee appointed to investigate the proposed organization lii Danville had reported favorably and that a dis pensation would be granted A meet lug of those interested will be held Monday night for the purpose of fixing a date for the initiation of applicants and organizing a lodge Among those who haye been the most interested In establishing a lodgeof Elks here are Messrs Guy Wiseman W G Dunlap Martin Welch W S Rowland Dra E M and George H Green Rico Cowan and J H Letcher TJijrtyeight np pHcatiouff for membership have already been received and judging from the high business and social standing of the promoters the lodge will be a strong one from tho begtnningDan- yule Advocate It will HOW be only a maiterofsfew week rethc Richmond Lodge will flo down ta DuurlHe m maiN and IB tAU sl1 ben r- 1ThThTTc I- DW c tiflTTLizi W f ru l THINGDII riwtj IIIp BEFORE buying your Spring your boys you should call and see our line of Suits and Knee Pants for the little fellows 1These Suits are the latest rect from the leading in the country and they stylesdiIvalues that money and Aduce Prices to please y book Our large stock and low make us leaders in this pricesI 1SPECIALi rJj The Celebrated BLACK CAT GirlsLd icents This is the strongest and II best Stocking made and is sold everywhere at 25 cents iCovingloll iOnksl Clothing Hats Mens Fine Shoes q IErrWe have bought to arrive in a few Irline of Ladies Trunks in revery grade We WIn have some finer j Trunks than ever shown before in this cityI itI1 exexX0I Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over Perry Thomas Drug Store Cfebtf Jefferson Day The coming of Mr Jefferson to LEx- ington on April 15th for two perform ances at the opera house will undoubt edly be the theatrical event of this season The plays to be given are Rip Van Winkle at the matinee and The Rivals In the evening and from indications this far in advance both performances will be given to standing room houses Already inquiries re garding seats are coming in from the neighboring townsand as the railroads will offer reduced rates for the occasion the outoftown contingent is expected to be unusually largo MrJefferson has been coming to Lex ington for thirty years or more and will be as warmly welcomed this sea son as ever before Get a suit at the closing out sale and save money at Stoutfers the Tailor 19dectf Canning Factory Almost A Sure Thing Through the kindness of Mr B L Banks we are enabled to publish for tho edification of our readers a letter from Mr J W Vanarsdall of Green wood Ind who states that it is exceed ingly probable that the Canning Fac tory which has been much talked of will be established here in the the near future It wilt be in charge of Mr Stanton an old and experienced hand at the business who is at present fore man of the J T Polk Co of Green wood Inil ono of the largest canning concerns in the country Mr Vanare dalis letter is selfexplanatory and can not fail to be of interest to all GREENWOOD lNDMarch 141901 Mn B L BANKS Richmond Ky DEAlS Sin Yonrs of the 12th inst at band and contents noted Rcpjying to same will say personally Jam heartily in favor of locating a factory at your place tor several reasons First Because I am a Kentuckian and my longings are for my old native State to become ono amongthe manu facturing States knowing her facility and ability to maintain such Second Richmond is one of the best cities in the State to locate a Canning actory In in my judgment hav tug looked the field over Last fall I was in your beautiful city however I did not make myself known because I was not ready to talk the matter Third The laud around Richmond cannot be beaten for the growing of peas corn and tomatoes being idapted to Your climate is much better than Indiana being one month earlier and one month later making a longer season which Is the great draw back here Last but not least your close access to the coal fields which is quite an object here or there either I have used every means possible to have Mr Stanton to decide on Rich mond and be bas assured me in the Jut few days that it he locates South of the Ohio river he will locate at Rich mond if he people writ interest him He also promised that before ho located anywhere he would go to your city and look the field over I will assure you people thatlatn notgoingtoletup for I have almost landed and do not ex pectto lay down Ifthero anything youpeople would like to know write rilE I w tto get the man at your town and then yoH can hear him and see what is needed most- teJpeclfu 111 i W VAVAMMAB Cecilidn Club Notes Notwithstanding the lateness of the hour on last Tuesday the Cccilian Club held its regular meeting with Mrs Middelton beginning at 430 on ac count of Dr Willetts lecture carrying out the programme of music of papers and of discussions This club is enthusiasticas it testified by the larga number present at every meeting IJeFide the numbers present were four guests Mrs EuCenia Hume Mrs Hugh McLellan Mrs Kuper Hood and Miss Sallie Taylor At the last meeting in February there was a full discussion of Wagners opera Lohengrin The story was rehearsed and sketches given of each character therein At this the following meet lug the programme consisted of the music of the opera Mrs VS Oldham and Mrs Harvey Chenault played the entire overture and Miss Olivia Bald win a Fantasia arranged from the same Mrs T J Smith Jr made the notes of concert events very interesting Miss Kate Smith sketch of Wag ners life and Miss Lynn a reading concerning his son Siegfried Aside from the natural interests of musicians in such subjects njid the pleasure de rived from an interchange of thoughts about music nnd musicians a meeting with Mrs Meddeiton always means a pleasant afternoon for those present lhe next meeting March 26 is the an nual Dusfuess program The election of officers for next year and tho ap pointment of a committee for arranging programme for lecture work and study Ask your neighbor where is the best and cheapest clothing They will say at Stouffers 19dectf OUBAT CARRIAGE EXHIBIT Nearly 2500 Beautiful Pleasure Vehicles Assembled Under One Rod Visitors to Columbus Ohio nn now see the greatest exhibit ot pleasure vehicles ever assembled In one build ing They range from my ladys dainty phroton to tho pretentious family ca- rriagoin all the variations of dashing style and substantial utility and the numbers are suprising aggregating nearly 2500 forms of wheeled comfort It is not an exposition of carriagemak ers craft and it Is too Anyhow there is noadmissionchaige but plenty of obliging guides to carry you through the labyrinths of graceful woodwork art ironmongery glistening varnish and pleasing leather effects This great show is composed of the current stock of the ColumbusCarriage k Harness Co Columbus Ohioa stock that is always kept new and full to meet the great demand for their vehicles from all parts of the country The demand arises from this Companys method of selling direct from the factory without intervening profits of jobber or retailer sharply reducing prices near the cost line The Companys selling plan has many admirable features to recommend it that strongly appeal to every one wanting a reliable carriage There Is tho assurance of the manufacturer direct in addition to the saving in price the certainty of that indefinable touch of style the careful delivery free from blemish and much else that will readily suggest itself to our reader The Columbus Carriage Harness Co publish a very handsomely illustrated descriptIve pricelist which they will gladly mail free to aayQHeYiha will TFrite stating what pMtletstwr tIeltltitl lhrnw fe Yfttitodi r TIME TO LOOSEN THE PIIRSE STRINBS And Get Ready For Spring Buying THE nUSy tiLL CASH STO Has not arrived at its present stage of usefulness by chancetTheres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir customershaveOur business friends of today include many who have known us from childhood up to the present and they number into the thousands They know us and they have confidence in our methods of doing buisness If you dont believe all this visit our store during the coming week We are going to officially open up the e HamburgsEmbroideries Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department and you will believe theress friendship in business for we look upon every cus tomer who leaves a dime or a dollar our store as a business friend inI The Talk of the Town ++ +Our Wash Goods Hambnrga and Embroideries bave always been the Talk of the Town This season we have made unusual efforts to lave them more attractive than ever Style Colorings Quality Price these four big items bave had every consideration and you your self will say it is a beautiful sight when you see our tables and counters full of these lovely fabrics be fashionable ladies had better bestir themselves while the choice ex elusive things are still here Wise men dip into the future wise women plan for future needsClothing and Shoe- d Department chap nose We making special offerings this week in Clothing Shoe Department Our buyers have bought so heavy Spring that we thought it advisable to make slaughtering prices in these departments for a to room other goods that are to come in Prices half in two on entire lines of Shoes and Clothing Bring in your wagons and thel11l1p you need the goods we willing to make the sacrifice to get the money Theres bustle to our business timings and telling you about them Theres well beaten path that lends directly to thrones of buyers traverse It daily Get in and oi many who their business with us We to come and and neighbors of the many good have for them Wo to servo them faithfully as we servo you Confidence onco established the Thanking you for past patronage we respectfully W OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE YOU TELL IF NOT TELL US For Rent A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven with yardgarden and stable For particulars call on or address CEO D SIMMONS IGjan tf Richmond Ky EGGS Thunnan always pays the highest cash market price eggs hides and feathers Call and see him next to corner of Main and First streets 20febtf Bull Calves Sale Scotch Topped Registered Shorthorn calves old for service Splendidly bred EMORY AltUCKL 27feb4w Richmond For Rent This J Horndon farm consisting of 227 acres situated mile and a half west of Richmond on tho Barnes Mill pike Is advertised for rent A comfortable dwelling barns cisterns the usual outbuildings make this a desirable farm Apply to 27f8t DOC IlERXDO- XWantcl Ladies and gentlemen to introduce the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1899 Agent are eoining money Cures of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost tho same as an ordinary comb Send CO cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatnr III 27feblyr For Sale I oiler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There eight rooms bath room and hall mid buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evanc or the under signed Mats SPEED SMITH 2janlyr Richmond In Swim Chas Jacobs the Main street tailor has just anew and Complete line of cassiniercs and is now ready to make the fastidious a nobby and uptodate suit Firstclass workmen employed anti fits guaranteed All clothes made by him will kept in repair twelve months freeof charge Call and get prices and inspect my stock belore purchasing your spring and summer clothing 27fe8t A VONDSZIZUL INVENTION They cure dandruff falling headache costs the same an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been introduced wild with delight Yon simply comb your link each day and the comb does the rest This wonderful comb is simply unbreakable and la made so it Is absolutely impossible to break or halt Sold on a writ ton guarantee to give perfect satisfac don in respect Send stamps for one Ladies size flOe Gents sfzeSoc Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce thus article on sight Agents jtre wild dth MlEeN flee wanted notice la tW4 lAddress D BpaXj eM Dscatur Illlaolr JffpMjrr =p Fresh Apple Blossoms the counter heaps of Dress Stuffs and Woven Dainties The loom artists have caught many a hint from nature the mer chandise have made the things as for as if they grew We might as well attempt to Paint the as them Come and see them have your Judgment than they FOR are some and for few days make for cut fill are I our line be one are is for lor W one and all all are all Ky Gel the be for etc as are cut Sells Are and you ours were our Real VaIueIs that teeth look better from having perfect atten tion but they give you better service Make mastication easier digestion better and life longer Gxxv fiovk JDVV Sxv aVXe ovt o Laxje OOt 5kciF-or S7 50 we make yon a set of teeth of any of following brands The Dental Protection Association of of Philadelphia The Consolidated Dental Mf g of Now York S S White Dental Trust Co of Phila delphia H D Justi Son Trust of Phila delphiaGideonSidnev Trust of Philadelphia Or any other make of teeth made in the world All you have to do is to state what make of teeth you want and we furnish them to you for 750 per Set each and every tooth is branded at the factory DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tIe Hobson door to Govern ment Building RicLmond Ky Reference Richmond National Bank YJJlflJ win be roused to its natural duties and your biliousness headache and constipation bo cured it you take IGofIs PillsSold by all drngglsts 25 cents An international nir is one assumed by one thinks be owns the earth Correspondents Wanted Write to ns If you want to learn what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do or call at our a trial bottle Ten doses 10 cents at all drug stores 13marlm The wise man words but ho keeps his thoughts to himself DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT tobny or exchange any kind of property Write me with all the particulars as I may be to you Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston WVa ISJec ly On an average 240OOQ people are Staying in Paris hotels 4000 of whom are foreignerr Eat a Wkb3 IaMwRe If want to It wont hurt you used to think cabbage hung heavyJntheirstomacha After each meal tid matter you oat take a PepsinYoulion todigwdon jrfck headache or MMfMk trblW Brnffftirfi Italtf Corner of the Orient Has been ransackedto make store different from any other Never has it been so beautiful so full ofnew things that you want as it is now Enthusiasm rightly directed always wins as describe BOUGUT many forms stores help Our New Carpets Rugs and Mattings Are all In are showing a big assortment of handsome hiijhgrade Carpets in this de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers are represented in this stock When you Carpets from us it is the same as buying the mills you have but our proSt to pay and the patterns you get arc the very newest Just from the looms J Look through our Carpet Department and get our estimates Is chuck full novelties for the STOCK season We our selves on best and maintaining the marketprices on our You can find anything you want and any thing that is this season in this department WARES AND NOTIONS We arc in the lead when it comes to small wares and notions We showing new things in Belts Hair and all novelties to be had in the Notion Department dont see what you want ask for It wide awake broadgunge uptodato fulldaysa doors daily strengthening relations want you tell your friends things wo want as rest easy are very D PLEASE OTHERS rooms door enough Ky necessary out received most hair that tIm crery r artists almost a The your the ChicagoJohnson LifTeas and get gives able ydii Every our rather buy from pride values lowest Combs the Assist NalureIYou have been wagon to a star as sist you Thats all right There are times however when you should assist Nature and tho spring is one of these timesNature is now undertaking cleanse your systemif you take Hoods Sar saparilla the undertaking wilt be sue cessful and your complexion bright and clear A husband and wifemust be pretty congenial when they wear the same neckties SlioI have never loved before lieAnd why my precious Surely there are others as worthy as I indlAestionprattle but I took a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and have never seen any sign of it since Get it at all Druggists 13marlm Tho most costly hole in a pocket says the Mnnayunk Philosopher is the one at the top JIAUC11 ANt TilE IilUX Something Better Than The Oil Saw The saying about the lion and the Iamb in March often proves false but there is another and a better one which is litterally true When March comes in and finds you taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purify enrich and vitalize your blood you may expect when it goes out that it will leave you tree from that tired feeling and with none of tho boils pimples and eruptions which manifest themselves because of youhaveSirsapanlla for your spring medicine wo you to begin today We assure you ft will make you better all through the coming summer13marlm Some men may need driving butas a rule the horse that follows a carrot will balk at a broomstick If yon are scrofulous dyspeptic rhen matlc complaint general debility lacking strength take Hoods Sarsaparilla It Canada expects population of 6000 000 in its census returns next year AGENCY IA Oct 17 1839 PEISIN SYIMJV Co Monticello Ill- GENTs1 have used Dr CaldwelPa Syrup with marked success unhesilatlnJly recommend it to those suffering with stomach trouble or con stipation Its certainly a blessing to humanity You are at liberty to use respectfullyl3marlin Failure is one of the things that are spoiled by success I rpf genuineLaxativetiio remedy that etUN8 eeW ta eao day A wise man sees but does not inter fere with that which does not concern him TO OTCX A GILD IK 011 BAY Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets All dmifrtB refund the money if It ilRaturefe u 5 lfc This Will Interest Many famousbloodBalm into new homes we will give away 10000 treatments B B B will positively cure nil blood anti skin trots bles nlws scrofula eczema eating sores itchinc humors swellings pim plea boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af feeLing throat or bonesmucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBIVmakes tho blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and JrugglstsSEBalm Co Atlanta Oa Describe trou Lie and free medical advice given until cured K H cures old deepsealed cases that refuse to heal Under patent medicines or doctors treatment B It It composed of pure botanic drugs and is the finest blood purifier in the world Time life of the professional beggar may be full of variety and yet lie is always looking for a little change When a fellow is sharp it doesnt pay to sit ou him A man talks about owning his business But as a matter of fact his busi regulatedThe time at which he rises his break fast hour the time given to meals are all determined by business obligations He rushes throtiuh lunch because he cant spare the time from business to eat leisurely He wont take a rest be cause he is needed at the store or office He is in fact an absolute slave to business The results which follow this slavery are to be seen on every humid Men dyspeptic Irritable nervous with drawn and hollow eyessit at the desk or stand behind the counter until they collapse in a fit of sickness or are taken by heart failure Those who cannot escape the exactions of business will Butta friend in Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery It strengthens the stomach increases the action of the bloodmaking glands in phyhalIwhich often terminate fatally There are 72000000 cubic miles of water in the Atlantic ocean 141000000 in the Pacific Tetter SaUKbcdra and Eczema inchdentby applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad taises have been permanently cnred by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nIpples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Codys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but Putnhorseenta per packagn After all it doesnt amount to much to have onoa naino in print Just look at the city directory Stwys tie Owtei nA Works eX tiSl cfg Laxiitlve Brbmo Qlinlno Tiiblpto cure a cold In one dav No cure ubV pay Price 25 relit tInt of nplank ttscd forrommct flAl pttrpwH m MM wwtf for jftrfemei iT 4 7 ni Ti EiTi T yAPe f c 74 r rtT V 4 Ilie Richmond Climax ProprietorATH03 H PICKELSAuoclate Editor WEDNESDAY MCH 20 IDOL 1 PDBLlaUKl EVKRV WKDNIC8DAY BY t The Climax Printing Co PRICK JPKK YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR couimr JUDGE N B TOEPIN t FOR COOSTY iATTOBSBY J TEVIS COnE FOB SHUBIFP JOHN tFSNVAQEIlS FOB JAtLE JAME3 0 LACKEY FOB CLER- KJESSECOBI3 i FOB BCFBESEXTAT1VB eRAS L 8EAHCY FOB 80HOOU8UPEBINTEXDENT J W WAGEUS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOE IDRVBTOB 8 F UOCK FOB CORONER CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITY ATtORNEY We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to the office of City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C WELLS a candidate for the nomination of City Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce W R I LKTOHER Jr a candidate forCIty Attorney subject to the actio of the Democrat pcarty McAnriuR is as yet unable to catch Aggybnt in the capture of General Trio he assures us he has something Ju t as good ThU doesnt go tyae wo have been warned to beware ef iiflitaticnA GROVER the Great by the death of General Harrison becomes the only exoccupant of the Executive Chair He is doubtless in favor of Congress setting aside a tund for tho benefit of surviving exPresidents PEACE has been cemented between the Whites and Garranls of Clay county both parties agreeing to bury the hatchet After this we may expect tolhwir of Fr nice and Germany falling on each others neck and weeping WM LINDSAY ESQ has been pro vided for by his friends tho Republi cans McKinley has Appointed him a St Louis Exposition Commissioner at n salary of 5 000 per annum It is feared Hill will neror return to Kentucky Ills stock is rather low around his old firo side- DSFAULTEn CIIIXNS case is being argued before the Supreme Court of Kentucky The defense is represented by Col W C P IJreckinridife while the prosecution in the hands of life kinsman Attorney General K J Itrockinridge A battle royal will doubtless ensue between the distinguished rival counsel Veare anxious to see if it will be a case of the survival of the fittest KUOTIIEK WALTON late of the Lex ington Democrat is said to be after the Railroad soinmissioiibrship in his district A bettor man cant he found Our belief in Mr Walton is infallible We are certain that a man of his ver satMt Uilent ran do anything in the railroad line from running a great trunk system to punching tickets on a narrow gauge The beet in the land is not too good for him Mn ANDBEW CAHNBOIE having as similated most of the coin stock and bonds in his part of the country ah iinuncas his retirement irom business His case is somewhat similar to Alex antlers there are no more worlds to conquer Ho tins always proclaimed Ills intention to die poor Wo aro inclined to believe however that there will be enough left out of the wreck to give him a decent burial and provide lor his house cat LJ dfBfowefCo LEXINGTON KY IT is our determination to convince you that we can offer better values in wun Mwrt1e0Than can be obtained in any other house in the State STRONG STATEMENT Yes but we have the f j Mantles and prices to tspeak for themselves All of Our- Mantles 4 Regardless of price are made of thoroughly sea soned kilndried lumber and the finish and work manship i- sFirstClass Equal to the best on this market and are superior to most of them Paa vis aKvstt aui- X6 0X SasxXxj Coxuivce lou T CF8foweilCo MAIN AND EROADWAY LzzIwTuJc1 r- wtIt Iv i lJj2 fl BUITISH authorities have at length decided to throw the blame pl the fail ure of their South African o ratIons on Lord Wolsey the titular CommaaV derinChief of the English army This is a joke Lord Wolsey has been in England during the entire proceed ings and has had no more to do with the direction of the Transvaal opera tions thanthe man in the moon t A scape goat had to be found however and naturally an innocent man was selected Such is llIeIn handing down his opinion Lord Lonsdowne the Foreign Secretary saS eecondarially tile cause of English failure was an underesti mation of the Doers fighting powers In other words the British bit off more than they could chew THE funeral obsequies of her late Majesty of Britain cost the neat sum of 175000 As a magnificent pageant it put Napoleons second burial in the shade and will go on record as the grandest interment of any sovereign in the history of the world A fitting tribute to the dead Queen but we ques tion seriously if it would have had her approval A person whose habits were so simple and unostentatious in life would hardly have sanctioned such extravagant splendor and sinful waste in observing her death How much better it would have been had this vast expenditure been lavished on the widow the orphan and the fatherless The worlds charities are many times turned in the wrong direction THE irrepressible Boni De Castellane has come to the front again It is im possible it appears to keep this young man down Since a guardian has been appointed to keep him from squandering all the Gould millions he hasnt spent lie has been a little disfigured but still in the ring To again gain notoriety and to prevent interest in him from dying out he called on the editor of the Paris Figaroa morning or so ago and thrashed him soundly for taking his name in vain If little Boni ever comes to America again he will most probably gt the stiffening taken out of him The only thing ho is fit for in our opinion is that of end man in a minstrel show lIe could use his gab and hysterics very nicely there IN the death of exPresident Ham son America looses one of her most eminent sons the Republican party her noblest an 1 most consistent member and the Democratic constituency an honorable and respected foe In him was none of the narrowminded views and partisan bitterness of his latter day brethren lIe possessed broad ideas apd during his occupancy of the Presidential chair he used his authority for the good of his country and not to further any selfish ends of his own In praise of him we can also gladly say he was no Republican of the Henna type His action in the recent campaign when he refused to endorse his parlys platform will be an everlasting tribute to his memory sbowing as it did the manliness and nobility of a character which abhored wrongdo ing and could not be brought to sacrifice principle for emolument or honor of any kind A true disciple of Lincoln was this dead patriot head ami shoulders was he above McKinley practices and contaminated in ho way by participation in such methods Like most great men he likewise re ceived a touch of his countrys and more particularly his partys ingrati tude The expulsion of his son from the army on some groundless pretext or rattier no pretext at all was a cruel blow to tho aged general That the country he had served so well both in war and peace should inflict this dis honor told heavily on him Such cases of illrequited service however are historic in their frequency and we could expect no better from McKinley The stillness of death may have fallen upon the lips once so eloquent its palsy may have numbed his limbs and checked the beating of the heart that so warmed to the wants and sorrows of others but the memory of his noble life will live nail tell its own story of honor sacrifice and patriotism He will rest in peace and in the devoted hearts of his countrymen PERSONAL Mr D II Myers was in Nicholasville Monday Mrs Louis Todd is very ill with measles Mr Jay Ballard of Lexington is vis iting here Dr L 11 Blanton was in New York last weok lIon JR McCreary was in Frankfurt last week Mr John Feeny Jrof Paris spent Sunday here Mr David Martin of Corbin was in town last week Mr Brutus W Turner isJn Cincinnati on business Mr John A Graham of Irvine was in town Saturday Miss May Ballard has recovered from her recent illness Miss Elizabeth Feeny is at home from a visit to Paris Miss Sally Taylor has returned from a visit to Lexington Judge R G Williams of MtVernon was in town Sunday Miss Mary Sullivan has returned front a visit to Lexington Mr C C Wallace has returned from a visit to Washington City Miss Kate Blanton has returned from a visit to Paris and Lexington Dr McFerran Crow of Versailles visited relatives here last week Irof David Chenault of Lexington has been visiting relatives here Miss Florida Gibson is visiting Mrs Stephen Gibson of Lexington Mr Dan J Dougherty has gone to Jacksonville Florida for a short rest Miss Anna Christerson lisa returned to Lexington from a pleasant visit hero Rev J J Haley of Cynthiana attended the Willett lectures last week Mr Harry U Havger was initiated as an Elk by the local lodge Friday nightMrs Robert Cunningham of Pine Grove is visiting the family of DrT J TaylorMr Zaring was thin guest of his sister Mrs John Allen of Carlisle last week Mr Jamea T Hhackelford has re turned to Danville after a visit to his family here MrJ Davis Reid of lilt Sterling has been visitinglsi8dsughterMrs D f ChenaUlt Mr Robert Stuart Taylor of Clark county Is visiting lila father DrT- J Taylor Mrs MA Elder of Springfield Is visiting her eons Meeen IL V aud t S Elder of this city ilM frlMdi of X JMHW f foOtf HOODS p ItI will be glad to learn that hois out a two weeks soige oi grip Miss Nancy Harris a daughter Mr R A Harris hits accepted a sition at the Pattie A Clay Mrs Charles S Turner has from a visit to her grandson Cyrus Turner Jones at Richmond Mrs Rose Wagers arid Miss Tudor of Irvine were with Mayor Mrs Claude Smith last week Miss Mary Stoll and Elizabeth of Lexington are tho charming popular guests of Miss Mary Messrs Jesse Mershon and son lam and J W Mitchell of Corbin tcnded the Hagan funeral here week Mr J Len Ballard the manager of our omnibus line is Louisville hospital undergoing operation for kidney trouble Miss Laura Bennett entertained cards Thursday afternoon in Miss Mary Stoll of Lexington It pronounced a most pleasant and lightful affair Mr and MrsV D Oldham of ington have returned home pleasant visit to Richmond While here Mr Oldham paid this flee an appreciated call J R Boatman of Lexington seating the New York Life Company has taken up his in this city At present he is at tho Rees House Winchester Miss Mary Traynor left tho ary Monday for Danville where will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Ballard She was accompanied by Mossio Parrish who will visit her a week The Young Ladies Euchre Club with Miss Mattie Tribble Friday noon and were delightfully by their hostess The prize an vase was won by Mrs Edwin while the consolation went to Mary Stoll A most elegant was served which enhanced the ure of the occasion Mr and Mrs James B Haggin have been spending a few days Mr and Mrs Charles Voorhies returned to their home in New Mr Haggins hOUie which is being on the Iron Works road where Mrs Haggin will spend their is one of the handsomest in this the country and will be about September Lexington Mr James T Shackelford Jr a swell dinner Friday evening number of his friends at his Wet End home 1 hose present Misses Hattie Letcher Kit Louise Kaufman Mattie Smith Greenleaf Sallle Taylor Smith and Mary Shackelford and srs Ward Paterson James Joseph Evans J L Scott W C Cord and Hoplee Sanders A dispatch from Paris to the ton Democrat says The of Elizabeth Buckner Woodford Mr William Ewalt Warnall of county is announced lhe will take place early in April Woodford is the daughter of Mr Mrs Benjaniin F Woodford and of Bourbons fairest daughters is a pretty blond very vivacious with a true happy disposition won the admiration of a host of Mr Warnall is one of our most pouiiR farmers and a favorite in Miss Nettie B Chenault the young Indies of the Chi Epsilon Fraternity of Kentucky University evening at dinner at her homo East Main street in honor of Miss belle Stewart who was initiated their ranks Friday afternoon house was decorated in evergreens in the dinning room purplo and the fraternity colors were used place cards were white hand with garlands of violets Across center was tho name written in and just beneath it were the Greek ters of the fraternity X E X number ot courses wore served finale being bisque glance in purple white with individual cakes in the same colors The toasts were given between each Our Gentleman Friends Miss Smith Chi Epsilon Chi Past Present tureMiss Margaret Wooley Our Fratornity Miss Lizzie McCann Lexington Leader Chenault is a daughter of Profand David Chenault and has many here II RELIGIOUS Rev F Grider filled the pulpit Methodist church Sunday while tho regular minister Rev Her preached in the evening Uncle Joe Hopper the famous vivalist is conducting a meeting at the Presbyterian which will continue during the The lecture course of Dr Willett of Chicago which came end lust Friday evenln was of and we are sure lasting benefit people of our city His of the Scriptures showed deep and vast learning and the his delivery made the interest lectures widespread He was a indeed and much credit is due persons interested in bringing him Rev Hngh McLellan spoke morning on the text Bcye as sercehts and harmless as doves this he drew a beautiful lesson painted a striking picture of the Christian who unites the wisdom serpent with the innocence and Of the dovo The standard and form excellence of Mr McLellans dresses continues to draw large mopolite audiences who are with his addresses At a meeting of tbd members of First Christian church after the services Sunday morning the End Christian church was j recognized as a separate distinct an J granted rights and priveUges OWII This action takes same names oil the roll of thejiarent Among them are a number of workers who will be of great the n congregation Roy J Bailey lIas been selected aa its for tho ensuing year sad under guidance it pill jurely jeffrnw r4T w tii j oN has now a commodious building membership and most prospects for a growing It wiH undoubtedly be a for good and will exert a holy in over many in that section of who for reasons of their own worship at the down town All honor be to its founder W F Smith of Lexington even wiser than he knew put in operation the plans that MARRIED erection Wm S Mc of Madison and Miss Allio M of Winchester were married home of the bride on Thursday WHDDING Another dou occurred at Big Hill last in which Messrs Jesse and Pips were married respectively Lucy Ilazlewood and Vicey Mjss Ida Rhodus in marriage to 11r Thomas on Wednesdaylast The nuptial performed hy Squire D P at the office of the County MrEli Bakerand Mary Lunsford were married night at the residence of the town The ceremony was by Rev J N Culton and at the guests partook of supper prepared for the TTlIiss Mary aged fifteen a daughter of Barrett of Berea was united in on Monday last to Mr G er a widower whoso age is The ceremony occurred at House and the knot was tied by Squire D P Armer DEATHS Mrs Sophia G Boyd of Lou a lady who has relatives in this died at her home on Monday Archie C Hicks the father Hicks deceased late oi this of pneumonia in Lexington at the advanced age He has many relatives here On Saturday last Mrs Sal of Waco relic of the late Moores passed peacefully away s was a ladyofmany virtues hly respected and much thought was sixtytwo years of age mother of ten children only whom are alive G B John W W and Mrs Candice Corneli remains were laid to rest in hurrying grounds Miss Birdie Smiththeadopt of Mayor and Mrs Claude into the sleep that knows on Wednesday last at the of her parents Deceased was years of age nnd a bright and lovable child and the her parents Her death early youth is one of mysteries that aro past under Her bereaved relatives have cordial sympathy AN Charles Robert infant son and Mrs Tom OBryair died be five kind six oclock this morn 1eciples ell about four months The will take place at the residence morning at nine aclock only who have been similarly can sympathize with the in their great sorrowDan Mr OBryan was form clerkot Mr ET Elder anti hiss friends here who deeply sympa him in his sorrow College News Wm H Wilson has been elected manager of the Central News W J Stewart who recently Jackson Ky Mr Wilson is a man of much executive ability prophesy ho will make an success in his new line Reed Embry who is well known been elected Manager of the College Base Ball team for this College has opened the by hiring a couple of ringers Carroltou and Campsville respect AUl out boys this isriftotin Universitys ball team which composed strictly Of bona fide men has taken advantage of weather of the past few put in good time on the dia unlimbering their joints and in championship form Wo many good things for them this Let all our citizens take an in along our boys and help to boom Fish Story Harvey Chonault who is super of tho development of the Coal Companys property time to time reports natural cu heretofore not heard in this lo The Ice Cave the many Salt Caves aud tho underground near Brush Creek were unheard any of the citizens of Madison until reported by Mr Chen his return home last Saturday tells of a phenomena at first blush appears to eclipse the curiosities and freaks in na reported by him He on Horse Lick in Jackson there is a spring which is an to some of tho numerous hidden that the water from this spring up through sand and that one each year fish como up ll the sand with tho water iu quantities So great is the out of fishes that the neighborhood around is supplied with Tiie etieara leading frxm is shallow and all the fish up are easily taken and the feast is looked forward to with pleasure as the Catholics do to of Lent The coming of the is in early spring about time ot tho first heavy and sthe time for their appearance is nearMr Chenault his developement neat so thstli maybe one of the Ixtatu l Jhfl annual spread for lIlH itlrL1ccnrnce s ScroIutaj Subdues and heals SaltRhcnmcurcs Bolls removes Pimples and Eruptions gives fair clear complexion It thoroughly purl HeSj vitalizes and enriches the blood Mr Chenault referes us to Jack Scott Sam Rose and Elbert Lakes or any other citizcnof Horse Lick Out For Good Kentucky University i3 out The timehonored institution will not par ticipate in the intercollegiate orator ical contest this year At the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Oratorical Association last week K Us withdrawal was accepted It was not donehowever without reluctance nor until it could be plainly seen that the institutions representatives were determined In their resolve The matter was taken up early In the day as outlined by yes terday evenings Leader The Coin mitteo met at Un in and sat until 130 It then adjourned for dinner and reconvened shortly alter 2 It was nearly 4 oclock before the final de cision was reached K Us representatives were Mr Dawson representing tho Cecropian Society and Mr 0 J Bought representing Periclea They acted in the place of Meers W E Freeman and D M Crabtree who are official members of the Committee but were unable to- attend on account of sickneSS Mr Freeman was President of tho Asso ciation and Mr Crabtree Secretary and Treasurer Immediately upon accepting K Us withdrawal the Executive Committee elected T L Richmond of State Col loge President J NMcDonaldof Central University VicePresident and L n Threlkeld of State ColJege Secre taryTreasurer of the association The action on K U was unanimous Turning attention to other things the Committee reassigned the seats in the opera house adopted a reduced admission free for young lady students of Hamilton Georgetown Cardwoll Col lege Danville and others and declined to admit Kentucky Wesleyan College into the contest The latter action was taken in accordance with Section 10 of the constitution which bars students of theological or law deprrtments There does not seem to be any hope of Kentucky University reconsidering her action thin year although it is said there were many students of the col loge opposed to withdrawal Jf K U comes in again she will be obliged to be admittedxas if she wero an entirely new college and sho will have to pay the requisite 2 admittance fee sBia a member of the Committee yesterday afternoon adjournment We regretted to see brave old K U leave us but her representatives seemed determined This will leave but four speakers in the contest The lat tor will be held however as announced and the date will bo as heretofore mentionedFriday evening April 12 Lexington Leader March 17 oj at StoufTerfi will buy you 10 worth of clothing 19dcc tf IRVINE Miss Katherine Park is visiting in Lexington Judgo Richards of Louisville was in town last week Miss Margaret Clark returned from Louisville Monday Miss Kate Hacker is visiting her brother Mr Mat Hacker Miss Maude Etnbry is visiting Mrs Muir near Georgetown Ky Miss Leila Townsend will leave soon on an extended visit to Ohio Mrs Thomas Williams Jr will return from the South this week Mrs Chas Chess Ift Saturday for Louisville to visit her fathers family Mrs Sam Tudor leaves for Kansas City this week to visit her daughter The Rev Mr Bohon of the Methodist Church is very popular with his Nancy Anno Gerrie of Ontario Canada is visiting her sister Mrs John Urahaui With euchre parties and club meet Digs Irvine has been unusually gay this winter Mrs Lilly wife of Judge W H Lilly is able to see her friends alter a ten days illness Ten Nights in a Bar Room will be played here soon by some of the young people for the benefit of the Methodist Chnrcii Triie Jolly Spinsters were enter tamed by Mrs Chas Chess last Wed nesday Mrs John Graham will entertain for them next Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Tlios Williams Sr and Mr Thos Williams Jr attended the first wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Joe Oldham last FrWay Mrs Oldham was formerly Miss Wattle Williams of this place There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years it was supposed totro incurable For a many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional license and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional euro on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood ant mucous surfaces of the system They otTer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to euro Send for circulars nnd any case it fails to cure CoToIII100SoldHalls Family Pills are the best BAKERS J Btgsie iri Rein Tit This unique table is Indeed iu household I necessity It is neatly and eubstantially made and beside being a very valuable piece of furniture It Is an ornament to any HANDSOME BOOK containing prices and fully illustrating and describing this perfect dcvico for comfort mailed frtc to any address Write for It today J R lAKEit JONS CO poe W i as- KLIiGAtXILLE MOMMA 1 WIHiIB a c coaf l OKLAHOMA tto J Indian a Territory t Arkansas + s tTexasv BEST REACHED BY Illinois CentraL By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon at DB DO a Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules and rates writo to R H FOWLER Trav Pass Agt I C B R Louisville Ky rt HONAKERt The Celebrated ItLexington Jt- SFLORIST Is selling the Finest If Brides and Brides 1 maids Roses ever grown in this icction for 200 a Dozen tAlso everything else JJStockton Hagan AGENTS RICHMOND KENTUCKY V C4a l3feblyGb ithiYng tMn ALEX DENNY will repre sent Mn W P WOODCOCK the Danville Tailor during the coming season If you want a SWELL SUIT VEST pair of See in his office at Freeman Bros Shoe Store Mam Street Richmond Ky THEY MAKE EM RIGHT 6mar3m Public Sale Having sold farm ono mile from Speedwell Kv I will offer at public sale on the premises promptly at 10 oclock a in on tak March SSti 11i I The following described personal property viz Two 2yearold Steers 6 yearllugSteers 7 weanling Calves 7 yearling Heifers 8 Milch Cowerto be fresh April stripper Cow Dun good 5 2yearold Mules 6 weanling Mule Colts aged Mule family MAre 10 head of Sheep with Lambs 25 head DeeringReapcrDisc Harrow Disc Hoosier Wheat Old Hickory Wagon almost new I good Sled 2 good Turning Plows 2 good Double Shovel Plows 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 thingsInTurkeysAlso 3 6yearold extra heavy bone Jacks yearling Jack a very promising colt two aged Jennets in foal to a hands Jack This stock Is highly bred and belongs to the most reputable families In Kentucky This stock will be offered and sold beforedAYTerms mAd known on dny of sa- leGEOWRICE mchl32w Speedwell Ky 1i Vulcan Plows Harrows 4 Barlow Corn kE1 Planters BEST because it will make you the 1THE NEW YE- ARBARGAINS E NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY We are willing to make great I Sacrifice in order to have a rCII On all Winter Goods We must make room for our New Spring Line I A few Eider Down pretty colors reduced from 225 to1 95 Allwool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479 to 3 85 Mens Wool Hose Blue and Grey 10 Mens Caps20and 39 Mens Arctics 1 00 Mens Boots 100 Reduction on Dress Goods and Outings Cnildrens Wool Hoods colored15 and 20 IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR iCOTTONS HMBURG8 ND 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 happy and prosperous new year Iam Respectfully Cor Main First St Plymoth Rock Eggs For Sale purebredsetting of 15 C D StILLER Richmond Ky WALLPAPERS FOR J 90 JI boughtbJ ing Factories and have now in stock the largest and most variedstock ain Central Ken tucky They are each and every ono marked at a price that simply defies competition From 3c on up to the finest hand goods All new designs and colors Yellows Blues Pinks Greens Reda Etc You are most cordially in vited to call and inspect our selection C fa M lllgin Wall Paper WIndow Shades Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass Etc 209 W Main St RICHMOND KY Xrilex x1Qa1 s PLOWS i +++++k1 The season has arrived when the farmers aro in search of PLOWS and other Farming Implements and that I those in need oNsuch may know that we are still Icatering to the wants of this class we call attention to our line of f Disc Comforts New w Stoves Tinware H Tin Roofing and Guttoring a ipecialty W P Buckley Tinner Call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere t1 TAYLOR BROSA o r r1c E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and TroasJ L M WARE General Manager tJ e TUB OO Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT L On the Marketc J The Most Money estern- Cultivators Hardware EPFZON GUARANTY ZE7 It is BEST because W there is no high ratio 3 if for j business on our Books It It requires LESS money to corn plete an Investment inThe Jeffer son than ia any other Company iftnyJtJA trial will proV tlt1I tBllla kI The Jaeee HOME OPPICE No22 N Uppi St INGTONt u fi Clearance Sale I OWEN MCKEERichmond I I I 1 1 71 7I 1 777 AN INVITATION ffi r etonsiI like comfort and ease while driving We have the handsomest stockof Buggies Phaetons ourr reYs Buckboards Traps Car riages Dog Cartstct that has If + ever been seen in Richmond Every vehicle in our shop is made r1ght tt 1L 1 t r ro aI ro ro + 1I + WE KNOW HOW ikWe carry a complEtestockof Trimming Material Iron Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock The gentlemen having A charge of this department have had years of experience in the largest Car + riage Worksin the United States andF5 can furnish the citizens of Madison ffi adjoining counties Vehicles that cannot be excelled in workmanship beauty OtJ5 comfort at prices much cheaper than would be asked elsewhere p + jj + Kentucky Ciriig WoW c J +uJIIII KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests tho food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing exhausted digestive or gans ItJstbelatcstdlscoTereddlgest- ant other preparation can approach it in efficiency It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick ITeadaehc Gastralgia and allothcrresultsofimperfcctdigestion FrlceSOc and tl Idtrgcsteecontalns times email size Book all about dyspcpsianmlledfrco Prepared by E C DeWITT AGO Cblcago For sale by Perry Thomas WILL SEND 300 FREE The GermanAmer lean Doctors the Celebrated Miiwau kee Specialist Will tend 300 Worth of Their New Special Treatment FREE to Each of our Readers WREN experienced phy Mans offer to Rive away 30COO worth of special treatments for diseases of tbe Heart Nerves Stomach Female Uiseaeen Rheumatism am Piles It is evident that they have great faith In their treatments for chronic diseases And when hundreds of prominent people freely tel tify to their unusual skill their liberality Iworthy of fcerioas consideration As all afflicted readers may have 3 00 worth of treatment especially prepared for their case IKEE with full directions we will advise them to write for it at once Address the Oer 8dvmntomsstrictly confidential Plain envelopes use also plain wrappers for the packages contain ing medicine OEBMAM AMERICAN DOCTORS dec9Lv 90 Mason St Milwaukee Wis Patioiio llom iac Insure your dwellings bam and other prop eriy in tne BLUB GRASS IIVSUKANCB COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when lossei occur to other members and no initiation fei charged to become a member of company Th cheapest and most reliable company for th people of our county now operating in thi State and gets cheaper every year falling ti one half after the first rea- rsiFor further particulars call on L P ADAMS u and Collector office in cour house with the County Judge Richmond Ky maj21ly VILEY rTHE TAILOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has jUst received an elegant lot of IMP RTED rABRl From New York and desires to make you an uptodnta SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personallY all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west ol New York Lt TRY HIM f W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY ISfebly PRODUCE JfIII f Having closed out my stock of Groceries I will now devote my entire time to the I PRODUCE I III II III I BUSINESS 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 A L GOT Near T N Depot RICH O DKY octlOtf 6ett IGteNo lacy 51 Frie with Ieath X Xm Itakaqiaflr tup X Soiling Carriages insures satisfaction your money lstld Our complete Illustrated DirectNmany styles or blob grade blankets and hone equipments J lluxiaof earli moll THE COLUMBUS Box 772 Columbus Ohio I- It rt1I1 50 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office front room r4over Joplin s furniture store fe t L P TODD MGR j w jlOnGANIZED I860 3e W w flITS Vice Pres iITHB MUTUo KENTUCKY L12 INAN Inc CO iHome Office Louisville iCy David Merrlnrether Secy Jos Pettnt TreastIt Jas B Steadman Medical Dlrectcr w Henry A Uodge Supt Agencies Kentucky Admitted Assets Pee 31 1OO 3018711 23 riMlAM DtM31 1fU 191509 13 A f Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 1900 773 JIT M Expenditure for ltt 6OI9I1 60 Excess Income over expenditures 1718U 01 Lra Insurance la Force December 31 1SW tff455 1 lfCI 4 J+ H+ KENNEDY Special Agen- ttAmtyRICHMOND KY W r T LAND STOCK AND Clayton Howell sold Ib cattl on Monday Graves at 29 per head Sterling Gazette- A hogshead of ty tobacco sold for 100 at Louisville last ing the highest price yearSGui WW Baldwin cer county sold to Mr Ambach of Baltimore of fine coach horses Georgetown Times R A Dodd of bought last week at from Jessamine county 6000 bushels of wheat per bushel DemocratRyley Collins 8000 bushels of week from J W John Faust Grant Andrew Hampton Woodford Sun The very good mand is helping the ket wonderfully the Eastern dealers 36494 in Chicago largest weeks over a year The largest seed tion ever made at one the government week and before is over nearly packages of garden have been received farmers of every the country The tion for the increased 40000 by at its last session total sum of 170 000 for this purpose There has been ry in the jack market ly and some fancy have been realized owning good Montgomery recently 5yearold jack 16 weighed 1100 pounds 600another for 700 posed of and a sold one for 600 and Owingsville man sold 358 Winchester A large number changed hands at court Mondaygood 120 to 150 common 100 At Falmouth H Wills Surley Fred Broadwell buyers bought 6 to 2125 J Hal of near Paris sold to Geo Harding Maukesha Wisseycn old fine ewes at 20 Wilson Bros six aged ewes at 20 to same 8 year ling H McNeill Laurel 4yearold ram at 30 terday Douglas to Sanford Talbott gelding for 275 nth and Mr John of Columbia S C looking for jacks and Connell Bros Brice Letton farm of near Millersburg cash At McClintock sold to McClelland one pair mules for 275 Citizen E K Thomas sale horns at Kansas 6th inst was one best of American held in years A in which a part of were imported much larger aye probably none in homebred cattle were The produce of Mr great Scotch bull are greatly in I GIRLSAT SCHOOL While they are accumulating on the profound sciences ignorant of own allow disease to fasten the ruinof the general ache headache nervousness disordered or diseased which should have prompt Dr Pierces Favorite be relied upon as a perfect stops enfeebling drains tion and ulceration and weakness Itmakes weak and iick women well There is no alcohol in scription and it is entirely opium cocaine asd all other Your letter jtut received KUfether cf WeSt Sharptown Philadelphia FMBAT express how tbnlrfu1 Iaa to I must confess that m time I have been atic K TtAir found it to be the moat woedi edyfor female trouble IbM Sorry I did not kaew of agoDrAdvker is seatyrr en r ce cent atamp to par expomt wily Addm Dr It V oNY rrd S j high figures Mr cattle averaged 271 L best prices as re the Kansas City as follows 28th Glenwood 350 29th Glenwood 335Lady 23d 420j Fitz 505Noras Secret Royal 375 of Palo Duro 2d Mary of Glenwood report says there were of bulls and cows The Abram Renick of Ky E K Thom Johnson MiddletownKy of Win were represented sales were Fitz 3yearold bull E K Thomas sold Witten Trenton 505 Lady Wishing heifer owned by sold to G M Mo nd Mo Mary of Glenwood owned by E K sold to JG Robbins Ind for 400 Love Letters of A an antedoteTheLove Englishwoman been printed in The last September are published in book the Ess Ess Publish These letters by an American man have womansparkle brightness rashly sug Mrs Allen has world love letters received by her from prominent in and in the South possibility has been discussed in fash drawing rooms United States Allen asserts that are entirely the of her own imagina newspapers of Rich other Southern printed column tin the subject papers of Philadelphia York have followed from the pen beautiful Mrs Willie sure to be of fasci controls tho situation aro hearty and strong are can eat and digest plenty of Dyspepsia Cure digests eat and allows you to eat all you want if you suffer heartburn belching stomach trout IeTthis cant help but do you good sensitive stomachs can take 21command Thomas a billion and a half To h 1with econ Hooray for the next May it be a two Hooray one The country is Twist children ask for given One Minute Cough indorse it highly for quickly cares all coughs and every throat and lung trouble lor grippe and asthma been a wellknown remedy cough Perry Thomas shouldnt future ad import Porto for future in are bilious use those pills known as DeWitts Hieers to cleanse the liver They never gripe Perry has been killed unless the news of his been grossly exag you get theoriginal DeWitts Salve when you ask for it is a certain cure for piles skin diseases Perry adopted in the the government will bean oligarchy run President and half a aders in each house is the last bul deliberation in leg is House having long tobe anything but to register the will McKinley in b is address declared United States was to administer any which it might What is in the wind What new estate are to come into What we to buy Is China to be petitioned has started in early a name for himself in As predicted ago the fight for in thatbody has begun thinks it has run h he will stop it a vote regardless to that he must violate do so curious how unanimous of the country are ling the selfishness fellows in insist such large slices of nd5harbor pork that all c1 riie4 to the really s projects at home i 1 I 1 TDUCKi S 111 farnoua Roist LCofle RBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY The low price at which Arbuckles famous rroasted coffee can be sold is made I possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at B cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You also get with each package a definite part in some useful article Th Full information with each package p1 Save the signatures ICE FOR HEAT It may sound strange to be told that you can keep things from freezing by the liberal use of ice yet it is afact and a fact that shippers are using for the preservation of their perishable goods In summer they use ice for keeping goods cold and in winter they use it for keeping them warm This apparent paradox is easily explained when we know that the temperature is kept from rising by keeping the heat out and kept from falling by keeping the cold out A good nonconductor of cold used in winter will keep out the freezing temperature and ice is such a non condWtor Residents of the perpetually frozen far North use it for their houses and live comfortable within walls oficeCars are now made for the protection of their contents from the cold by using ice in winter They are double lined with four galvanized iron cylinders at each end These cylinders are filled with ice in winter As is well known ice is normally at a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit and changes its temperature veYy slowly that it it is a bad conductor of heat or cold Therefore when zero weather prevails without the cylinders of rela tively warmer ice prevents the escape of heat and so maintain the temperature within the car Without the cylinders the same effect is produced in a very simple inexpensive jnanner the car is simply clothed mice Inzeroweather- a stream of water is thrown on it and as it freezes the vehicle is coated with a non conducting material that re tains the temperature of its interiorWith the cylinders the pro cess is simply reversed in summer as they are filled with icejand salt to take up the heat and keep the car cool Senator Morgan of Alabama has at last given up throughIteoChairmanship and aban doned his sixteen year struggle announcing that he is con vinced that the Republicans do not intend to permit the canal to be built Wes gges ted that long ago- Washington does not like to be rude but if Pennsylvania could findit convenient keep her hoodlums at home at then inauguration the aiLOi city would be very glad in deed These alleged soldiers have always proved ile selves to be the WOTsfcfcoet ol rowdies r A The Weather Bureau re cently denounces the groundhog as a fakir declaring that he was right only once in five times How much oftener does the Bureau hit it even in predictions for one dayahe d to say nothing of those for six weeks to come- Congress was in session for just 197 days counting both sessions In that time nearly 15000 bills were introduced in the House of which nearly 1600 became laws Of these 1250 were private acts mostly pensionbills only 345 being of public interest Riols never freed hungry men nor furnished work for the unemployed Truisms are usually too selfevident to be palatable The pace that kills is not the pace of the printers devil Burlington Route Great Train Service No 41 at 9 am from iSt Louis for Kansas City and entire Northwest to Puget hound and Portland with eonS nections at Lincoln Neb from Chicago and Peoria The Burlington North ern Pacific Express For Denver and the Pacific Coast via Scenic Colorado two fust trains daily from St Louis or Chicago For St Iaul Minneapolis and North west several trains daily from Chicago and St IMuisIJho Finest Trains in World Chicago to St Paul and Min neapolis Tu Omaha Kansas City St Joseph two trains daily from St Luuis or Chicago Ialiforuta Excursions in through tonrist 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order to stop expenses Below ar quotedsome of our prices Ladies Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at S 2 GO i st h 3 00 2 lj- n u n 2 50Ie Ie 1 8T Ie 2 00 1 60- i t 150 100 Mens Fine Shoes worth S 4 00 now go at 3 00 3 50 n ii 2 60- Vc3 00 2 35 I t 20cl 1 75 2 00 i 1 60 Mens Bootees 500cc 3 GO 11 00 i 3 00 L proportionThe Shoes and all other at same cut rates Call early and select what you want we will do the rest Main Street Opp Court House Main Freeman Bros trtr tr LET US FffiUREvITll YOU ON YOUR WANT IN THE DSIC NARROW Wheelsei fJ R PLO WOLOGY Or the Science of Disc Mcchi oldbuUtthe tat half wwiUry rue records of experime ts b the ijouand arri4 DOUGLAS SIMMONSI HARDWAR2 STQ O FAIKING IMPLEMENTS aaciilly jjdj I THE iMONDCUMAX SUPPLEMENT r The RicbmondClimax WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1901 Sheriffs SaleF- OR TAXES 1900 OF Land Town Lots H H Colyer Sheriff of Madison county will offer at public sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Kentucky oniMONDAY APRIL 1st 1901 It being County Court day between the hours of 10 a moo and 6 p m the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the yeas 19011WHITE LIST RICHMOND NO Ayers Mrs Nannie 1 lot 200 Baxter Mrs Rebecca hib 1 Jot 50 Baxter Robt A 20 acres land 110 Baxter John L lot jBarkley John J 1 lot Sq Bolton Mrs Mary lot qI Brooke J 0 nr 3 lots 400 Bush Joe 1 lot iOO Cornelison J Reed 2 lots 0 Columbia Finance S Trust Co Assignee 1 lot Cunningham Pat hrs lot 250 Davis Mrs Sallie lot 350 Dunbau henault d Stone 1 lot 5U Farley Wm L 1 lot 200 Frazee Dr L J admr of J Crati dall L lot OO Gentry Mrs Kate nr 1 lot 0 Garrison Bettie or1 lot 30 II Harrison 0 H nr 10 lots 80 Hacker TT hrs lot 100 Hogg H B agt Fred Miilflnger 1 lot- Jacobs 150 Chas 1 lot 160n Johnson Mike nr lot OO Malory Springs Co 140 acres John Wi lot 500 1500imithWhite Chas W 1 lot- FIJXTOWN OO yo 2 Dozier Win Jr 31 acres 1200 Guess John S 40 acres 200 Harrison and York lotIJer-don J W 25 acres 100 Jones W H 218 acres 4000 Jones Dan Inr 42 acres 1001 King Mrs nr 00 acres oo Parrish Mrs Lou 25 acres 1001 Wed lIe Cyrus 1 acre 3U usios so 3 Aftbill Mrs Judie 4 acres 30 Cotman F M2 acres 50 Noland J B guardian Lanter hrs 30 acres 150 Sexton Arch G 32 acres 250 Shearer Mrs Edith 5 acres 100 ELLISTON so 4 Adams Allie W 5 acres 200 Attains Thos Clabe nr 113 acres 300 Butler John W 125 acres 1201 Bryant Jas and Bettle 17 acres 00 Blftyins Sarah 2 acres 50 Barnes Sam 1 acre 400 Cain Henry 1 acre 50 Finney Mrs Mary B 15 acres 150 Gentry Dave3 acres 100 Grinstead Geo W lot 150 Handy Jas T 20 acres IOU James Miss Annie 1 acre 50 Johnson Lewis 47 acres 500 Johnson Edith hrs 31 acres 200 King Simon and W J 15 acres 110 Lee Mrs Elizabeth 10 acres lit Manpin Mrs Cash 8 acres 411 McLaughlin Andy JO acres 210 Miller John T 77 acres 410 Noland Abe 7 news Ill Pearson Scudder 55 acres 400 Portwood John P 25 acres 201 Prather Mary Eliot 6tt Short John 60 acres 511 Shllet Elliott 7 acres SO Sams John nr 66 acres 411 Taylor Wm W minor 1 lot Todd Mat 1 acre Tribble Sam H 100 acres 4111 YATES so 6 Adams A J 40 acres 111 Alcorn John E 12 acres 100 Barrett Robt 10 acres 60 Ballard Mrs J P 51 acres 182 Black Jas E nr 170 acres 40Clelland W 14 acres 1370 rox Mrs Elizabeth 44 acres 110 Cornelison Robt 6 acres 110 Ellison David 100 acres 310 Estill Johnathan 22 acres 1011 Farlev Henry 20 acres 111 Gentry Dave nr 40 acres 111 Graves Edgar 1 acre 50 Holland Mat 85 acres 260 Hurley W H 82 acres 610 Ingram Hardin 1lot 201 311JonesJones Elizabeth 20 acres 61 Johnson John W nr 157 acres GOt Kindred Serina brs 44 acres 610 Kidwell Mrs Mary J 40 acres 130 Lakes Sanford 60 acres 310 Lakes J M 75 acres 310 Lamb Sylvester 20 acres 110 Lamb Henry 8 acres 61 Lamb Pleasant nr 150 acres 260 Lucas Jas 1 acre 510 Mize Phoebe 130 acres 410 Maupin Julian 145 acres 810 Moore Henry O 20 acres 310 Reeves Lillian 5 acres 60 Riddle Leonard 2 acres 110 Rogers Bettie 50 acres 60 Rogers Chas 100 acres 7C Todd Seth 15 acres 180 Vaughn Mary 7 acres 60 Walden Sarah 50 acres 164 Wesley Mark 60 acres 410 Wilson Fred 40 acres 150 Woodard LewIs 5 acres 40 GLADE so 6 Asberry Elizabeth 4 acres 60 Alcorn Dan 10 acres 210 Ballard Nannie 1 lot 5C Benge Pitman 128 acres 810 Burnell Wm J 1 acre 9C A 10 acres 210 BaUardrGf10 acres 40t Bnrnam Mrs Mary 13 acres 160 Burnam Tom 30 acres 160 Bnrnell Sam 50 acres 260 ennett Mary 20 acres 310- 6 4f I 1 a w Combs Talton n r 2 lots 400 Collins John 10 acres 60 Coyle Thos 6 acres 610 Collins Elam 15 acres 80 Chasteeu Jno 1 lot 150 Deering Jas 40 acres 210 Durham Jas W 40 acres 110 Easley Thos 5 acres 110 Gibson Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 90 Gabbard Mary A 2 acres 20 Gallaway Frank B 54 acres 510 Hunter Heirs 17 acres 160 Hays Philip 50 acres 210 Isaacs Thos 1 acre 20 Johnson Schuyler 16 acres 210 Johnson Beyerley S 7 acres ISO Johnson Malcolm 10 acres 90 Jones G W 22 acres 110 Kindred Reuben 1 acre 810 Lewis Will D 6 acres 260 Martin Mrs Susan J 27 acres 810 Maiden John 20 acres 60 Maupin FC11ot 200 Moberly Allen nr lot 100 Moore Lou t Marv 52 acres 1010 Merrett Andrew J SO acres 90 Norvill Hugh 25 acres 30 Parks Richard 75 acres 810 Pipjr Samuel 265 acres 610 Powell Wm 40 acres 80 Preston D A 1 acre 210 Preston Thoe nr 1 lot 100 Rawlins Cash M 1 lot 400 Ramsey H B lot 350 Ramsey Alex nr11ot ORamsey Albert 1 lot 100 Reynolds Clifton 19 acres f 410 Robert Wm M 21 acresi 3SO Rogers Charley A acres 210 Rogers Felix J 50 acres 110 Scott John 4 acres 130 Settle Geo W 1 lot 300 Shockley Wm 1 lot 40 Shockley Geo nr lot 50 Shockley Thos 1 lot 150 Taylor Lucy 5 acres 110 hacker Geo 2 acres lro Tnrpilt Robt 40 acres 110 VanWinkle Bas B 9 acres 110 Walker Thos H 1 lot SO Warnicn Jno A SO acres 310 Weaver Abe H 10 ecresK- IRKLVILLE 70 so7 Burton Fred 1 lot 800 Gordon Lam 1 acres 90 Morion Nancy heirs 30 acres 310 Layton Jas t1 1 acre no Martin lr Lucy 208 6460 Smith Milton 7 acres 110 Smith R L 25 acres 1010 Smith Dr Eti B nr 35 acres 1010 Smith David J nr 73 1z0 MILLION so 8 Broadilus Mrs Jennie nr 15 acres 160 Br near Thos nr 10 acres 110 Berry man Sam T 80 acres 910 Burton Woods hrs 20 acres 210 Burton Elizabeth 5 ocres 110 Brock Allen 1 lot 100 Bratcher Geo W 52 acres 810 Crews John 1 lot 4n Cotton EIizr49 acres 510 Clark Elizabeth 5 acres 90 Coats J acre 60 Cobb Dock nr 1 lot 210 Denny Joseph 4 acres 60 acre 20 FnlnSallie lira ar14 acres 160 Fain Track 1 acre 60 Harvey Norris 16 acres 110 holiday Jno hrs71 acres 310 Hager Lucian hrs 22 acres 160 Jenkins P PIlot 100 Kidwell Towusend M 2 acres 20 Kidwell Sallie A 1 acre 60 Kelly Nancy 8 acres no Kelly Rebecca 3 acres 110 Land Mrs Salle 35 acres 410 Lowery Win Sr 1 awe 20 Lowery William Jr 3 acres Guilt Samuel Jr 14 acres 4lU Lakes Win 1 acre r1I Million Mary A Sr 35 acres 410 Mitchell P T or lotl 250 Moorse P B 1 lot 200 Moore Clarkev 30 abres 260 Newby Patton E 90 acres 2250 NVvvby Townsend M lot 100 Perkins Drucilla hrs 1 acre Kainey Allen 1 lot SO Senfro Robert 15 acres 110 Sebaetin Rufus 5 acres 110 Taylor James 1 lot 100 1itylor Hiram 14 acres 210 Jno W 4 acres 70 Tudor Wm F guardian Kelly hrs 1 acre- Turner 90 Mrs Bettie 1 acre 20 Turner Mrs Bettie A sister 5 acres 90 VanherKK l A L 2 lots 100 Vincent Louisa 12 acres 110 Williams Howard 1 lot 250 Wheeler Cassius 1 lot 250 Woods Jno 2 acres 20 Weiler Joseph nr 1 lot 30 Wade DHnr 1 lo- tCOLORED 50 LIST RICHMOND No1 Arthur Mitchell lot 250 Barnes Henry 1 lot 100 Barnes Henry and Rebecca 1 lot 100 Barnes Rebecca and McHenry 1 lot 200 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot 400 Bollew Ueo admr Henry White I acre 210 Ballard Wince 1 lot 300 Benna Charley 1 lot 400 Biggeretaff Jim 1 lot 150 Black James 1 lot 100 Blythe Wm hot 200 Breck Burgoinellot 700 Burnam Jobn C 1 Jot 300 Burgin Martha bra 1 lot 350 Burton Steve 1 lot 100 Broaddus John 1 lot 100 Campbell ElderWand M Embryl Ipt 100 Campbell Matt 1 lot 150 Cockrau Sarah lire 1 lot 1 110 Covington Sarah 1 lot 300 25oCrutcherDuncan Ann 1 lot 400 Embry Mariah 1 lot 100 Embry E M 2 lots 600 Estill Robert n r hot 150 Estill Mary 1 lot 700 Fife Sarah 1 lot 200 Fisher Easter 1 lot 50 Francis William 1 lot SO Harris Ben 1 lot 300 Harris Wm 1 lot KO Hill Nathan 1 lot 150 Hockaday Sophia 2 lots 200 Irvine Mariah 1 lot 200 Irvine Joe 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 1 lot200 350 Mitchell Mary 1 lot 400 Margam Ann 1 lot 150 Moss Millie hrs llot 300 Munday Wm 1 lot 140 Noland Allen 1 lot 150 Noland Celia 1 lot 300 Owens Green 1 lot x 250 Parks Georgia Ann 1 lot 300 Parks Shelt 1 lot 80 200Phelpshodeg J Fn r 1 Rice Goo agt Sallie Jarman 1 lot 600 Rhodes Lavenia hrs 1 lot 650 RhodesJames 1 lot ISO ichoolor Bevery I lot 200 stroud John 1 lot 100 Smith Scott 1 lot 300 Smallwood Chas 1 lot 60 Stone Irene 1 lot 200 Fornlin Henry lot 170 Tribble Most 1 lot 300 300rribbleFurner Dan 1 lot 150 Turner Dan lire 1 lot 400 Furner Jerry admr Mat Campbell 1 lot 20 Walker Owen 1 lot 100 Walker Robt 1 lot 300 Walker Tom hrs 1 lot 200 Walker Wallace 1 lot 200 Walker Nancy 1 lot 200 Walker Elias 1 lot 100 West Sarah 1 lot 120 Wells Joe 1 lot 150 White Harris lot 300 White Jas Sr 1 lot SO White Rose Jr 1 lot 100 White Wm 1 lot 140 White Dave 1 lot 200 Winfield Millie l lott 250 Winfleld Dow 1 lot tOO WilliamsLuke 1 lot 500 Williams allie l lot 400 Willis Lizzie 1 lot so Willis Edney 1 lot 200 Woods Mary 4 acres 210 Yates Maggie 1 lot- FOXTOWX 200 No2 Bentley Mary 8 acres S 160 Burgiu Strother 7 acres 110 Carr Henry hrs 7 acres 150 Chenault Sam 2 acres 30 Harris Smith 15 acres 110 Hill Cash 25 acres 570 Jones Perry 20 acree 200 Jones Dave bro and sister 20 acres 210 Langford Amos 4 acres 210 McKenney Jet 5 acres 110 Million Simon 2 acres 60 Million Celia 15 acres 430 Million Mark 2 acres 110J Smith Scott 2 acreS Smith Ed 2 acres 30 Smith John 6 acres 190 Stevens Richs lire 1 acre 60 Thompson Andy bra 12 acres 260 White Robt 4 acres 110 white Andy 5 acres 110 White Harry 4 acres 110 UNION No3 Chenault Harrett 3 acres 60 Chenault John 5 acres 60 Hunter Callie acre 00 turtJ Alice 1 acre 110 Martin Wm 14 acres 160 Miller Woods n r 28 acres 510 Robinson glary 25 acres 160 Shearer Maranda 1 acre 110 Shearer Jack 7 acres 260 ELM8TON No4 Ballew Jamimia 1 acre 60 Blanton Aaron 50 acres 810 Bates Bettie hrs 3 acres 30 Bates Henry 2 acres 60 Ballew Sina 7 acres 160 Ballew Frank 15 acres 90 Bates Steve 23 acres 210 Burton Thus 1 acre 10 Ballew Win acre 40 Cuvin ton Howard 2 acres Covington Ed 4 acres 110 Collins Howard 20 acres 160 Cornelison China 1 acre 30 Davis Caroline acres Estill Sallie 60 Ellin Daniel 24 acres 110 Embry Charley 2 acres 60 Estill Dollie 1 acre 60 Field Ben acre 210 Gilbert Nannie 1 acre 110 Harris Martha 44 acres 310 Harris Fannie 2 acres 60 Harris Emily 47 acres 310 Jackson Hannah 2 acres 30 Kavanaiigh Joe hrs 3 acres 60 Mayo Leando 2 acres 60 Oldham Viney hrs 8 acres 110 Oldham Harrett 6 acres 110 Robinson Ephram 10 acres ICO Royston Woodson 3 acres JO Simpson Mariah 1 acre Warner Allis 4 acres 110 YATES NO 5 Ballew Pollie 11 acres Ballew Frank 7 acres Broaddus Jennie hrs 1 acre Chadwell C C 75 acres 810 Chenault Roy 5 acres ICO Davis Clifton 2 acres 60 Dunson Lucy 80 acres lip Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres Francis Emily 5 acres 60 Gibbs B acres fjl Jackson John 1 acre U Kavanaugh Arch 4 acres W Kavanaugh Jerry 3 acres 60 Moss Minter 2 acres W Manpin Charley 1 acre 60 Oldham Albert 24 acres 130 Parks John 2 acres 60 Simpson Ike 3 acres 60 Tribbe Kittle 6 acres 110 Tribble John Henry 30 acres 160 Walker Bettie 8 acres 110 Yates Taylor 11 acres 110 GLADE XO 6 Adams Henry 1 acre 60 Blythe Sidney 1 acre 210 Bogie Lucinda 20 acres 210 Ballard Howard lot 100 Burnain Alex Jr 2 acres 110 Bronaugh Caleb 9 acres 110 Bowman Cynthia 3 acres 60 Burnam James 6 acres 310 Bennett Wm nr 3 acres 160 Crigler Dave C 1 acre 90 Clark Mrs Mollie 1 acre 60 Denny Amanda 2 acres 60 Digge Bettie 13 acres 160- DieuB Sidney 8 acres 110 Dunson George 1 acre 70 Duneon Wm 15 acres 210 Duett Thos 6 acres 110 Embrv Alcy 1 lot 100 Francis Sam 3 acres 160 Farris Edna 1 lot 50 Farris Millie 6 acres 160 Franklin Charley 1 acre SO Gentry George 1 acre 130 Gentry Joe 21 acres 210 Hauls Wm hrs 1 acre 160 Herd Wm B acres 110 Jenkins Ed 34 acres GO Logan Elijah 1 lot 350 Miller A agt Mary Miller hrs 1 lot 200 Martin Easter 5 acres SCO Martin Ben 4 acres 210 Martin Sarah 4 acres 260 Martin Lewis Sr 3 acres 260 Miller Moses 8 acres 160 Morgan Tobitha 1 lot 200 Martin Shad 4 acres 210 Patton Frank 2 acres 110 Peyton Frank 1 acre SO Parks John F 4 acres 90 Rosa Anderson 2 acres 160 Rhodes Narsis 1 lot 300 Stapp Archie 1 lot 350tSmith Malinda 1 lot 450 Simpson Anderson 1 acre t70 Scott John 4 acres 310 Vaughn Allen 2 acres 70 Tribble Troy 4 acres I 90 Walker John L 1 lot x 100 Walker Spencer 1 acre 00 Walker John 1 acre 60 White Allen 2 acres 110 White Willis 12 acres 160 Willmore Geo 3 acres 260 Walker Peter 9 acres- KIBK6VILLE 100 No7 Brooks Jack 1 acre 60 Bogie Alex 2 acres 70 Bennett Robt 2 acres 110 Campbell Edna 2 acres 110 Dennie Ben 1 lot t 20 Duerson Harry 18 acres 470 Fish Sarinan r 2 acres 210 Haynes Goo and Caroline 75 acres 1920 I Harris Wm hrs 6 acres 410 Martin Dabney 4 acres 210 Million Irvine 1 acre 110 Royston Robt H 1 lot 800 Shearer Dan 1 lot 200 Shearer Crave 1 lot 100 Smith Belle 1 acre 310i Turner Mat 1 lot Turner Chas hrs 4 acres 60 Turner Sam 6 acres 210 Tye Irvine 2 acres 110 MILLION SO 8 Broaddus Maranda 5 acres 40 Green Haden 20 acres 210 H H COLYER 6mar4w Sheriff NEW YORK FASHIONS Fichus will appear upon summer gowns- Pleated whitemousselinede soie embroidered with jet makes a stunning frock Skirts of silk and wash fabrics will be lavishly trim med with lace Muchattention will be be stowed upon belts and sashes Soft pean de soie and figured figurelargelyAll black costumes enriched with bias folds of satin are very smart No matter how plain or how fluffy the skirt its bottom flare is inevitable The waist is exquisitely belted and a dainty outline is indispensable To compass this requires a symmetrical wellfitting corset The R S G is perfect in shape and its wearer needs but to selects her proper size to secure a flawless fit- Muslin fichns trimmeu with lace ruffles are very pretty The most chic bolero jackets are of tucked chiffon Mercerized goods appear among ginghams dimities and other summer weaves Fanciful sleeves are the order of the day Ladies who expect to travel much this summer should pur chase the new trunk to safely accommodate their frilled and fluffy bodices flouncedskirts and fuss and feathers galore All its fine points and exceptional advantages are fully illustrated and described in a handsome book which the Innovation Trunk Co of 213 Fifth Ave New York will forward to all who apply itPanne velvet shirt waists in figured effects or black and white checks are well liked Buttons are very beautiful Among high class specimens are cut crystals jeweled antiques wedgewood girdles with gold or shinestones and elaborate gold and silver models byLordcesse shape and trimmed from throat to hem with hori zontal bands of spangles EVELYN CABLE predicted DayButand it rained In other words the weather mans name would have been mud had not all the Washington streets been paved with asphalt gnashingfrom the torrid south to the frozen norththe River and Harbor bill has failedtalked- to death by Senator now ex Senator Carter of Montana incidentally the expensive ness of Congress has been reduced by 50000000 Printers seldom take coldprobably because they are accustomed to damp heete